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A vaccination programme using vaccines that do not vaccinate is no vaccination programme at all

August 19, 2021 Leave a comment

As one of the few writing about what the Government was getting wrong with its response to the Covid Pandemic since before even the first Lockdown began, the subject of vaccinations and their use as the anchor upon which our ‘freedom’ laid at rest was one that I covered early on.

Given that we are continually told by the media that we are a significant way into a ‘successful’ Covid vaccination programme, it may seem a little odd that my greatest concern now is that the indefinite period of time it would take to create, test and roll-out an effective vaccine – if one could actually be found, then, is the very same one that I have today – some 17 months later, as we are continually bombarded with Government propaganda that keeps telling us that the so-called vaccines that are available, are being rolled out and are the only way.

The dictionary definition of a Vaccine is ‘any preparation used as a preventative inoculation to confer immunity against a specific disease, usually employing an innocuous form of the disease or agent, as killed or weakened bacteria or viruses, to stimulate antibody production.

Yet The injections that we are increasingly being coerced into receiving under the pretence of immunisation are not immunising us at all.

People who have received two jabs are still carrying and spreading the Covid Virus. They are falling ill with it, and in some cases are even dying from Covid after being ‘immunised’ – meaning they have not actually been immunised at all. The latest research released into the mainstream even tells us that those who have been vaccinated can carry the very same viral load as those who have not received any jabs.

What we appear to be experiencing, from all of the ‘Covid vaccines’ that have come to market, is the roll out and use of an injected agent that may only reduce the symptoms of any illness caused to the recipient by exposure to the forms of the Covid Virus that were known at the time the formula in use was created.

Reducing the risk of illness caused by the Covid Virus is of course a worthy aim in itself. As such, there remains significant potential value to the health of individuals from receiving medication of this kind if these ‘medicines’ have been fully tested and all of the potential outcomes are identified and known.

What we are actually being given and what the Government is telling us that we are being given as part of this so-called ‘vaccination programme’ are two very different things. Yet the Government’s ongoing approach and the legislation they are considering using, such as ‘vaccine passports’ and the requirement for health workers to be ‘vaccinated’ makes clear that they see them as being the same thing in every single way.

At this stage, it may be useful to make clear that I am not an anti-vaxxer. I have had two Pfizer jabs myself and did so because I believe that consideration for how the Government Behavioural Science programme has impacted people around me and the people I care about is just as important as how I might feel about all of this if I were able to look at it as if I were living in an isolated bubble and completely on my own.

However, we have been coercively sold the need for everything to hinge around the covid vaccine in the sense of it being a vaccination programme in the established or accepted sense. One that has fitted with the Government’s ‘Zero Covid’ approach, with the whole equation only having real value if both parts work exactly how they should.

With the so-called vaccine not being a vaccine and not doing what a vaccine should do in the accepted sense, it is clear that we are taking part in a vaccination programme using vaccines that do not vaccinate and are as such not part of a vaccination programme at all.

The Government Zero Covid approach is an absolute. With their commitment to it, it necessarily follows that any medical intervention they implement across the population to achieve this outcome safely must provide an absolute solution to the problem in order to achieve that outcome too.

Otherwise, it is regrettably all too easy to conclude that the result or aim that the Government are working towards could never have been the objective of their ultimate plan.

The alternative to this would be that the products the Government has invested so much public money in already are not suitable for the purpose intended. As such, the Government must either end the reliance on the ‘vaccines’ that already exist or come clean and make clear that this focus on a vaccination programme that can never deliver, will continue indefinitely until we reach the point where it does.

The situation that the Government is in and the danger or risk to us they have created is absolutely ridiculous.

Clinging to the wreckage of their flawed policies and committed as they are to the implementation of Vaccine Passports – when the vaccines aren’t actually vaccines at all – piles fuel on to the fires of the conspiracy theorists who are interpreting the chronology of events as all being part of a worldwide takeover or ‘The Great Reset’ under the auspices of the WEF.

The reality is, however, that the highest and most responsible public roles in this Country have been nothing but empty chairs since the beginning of the Covid Pandemic.

Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak and all the other overly ambitious wannabe Ministers and MPs who covet the top jobs – but never the responsibility that it will give them, have been chasing their tails throughout and have been led by a full range of false prophets since this whole sorry saga began.

The whole response to the Covid Pandemic has been delivered on the basis of providing solutions that tackle everything that Covid could be, rather than what Covid is, or what it has already become.

Whilst a working, fully tested, fully researched and fully immunising Covid Vaccine should always have been a part of any long-term government plan, the reality at the beginning of the crisis was much then as it is now. The focus should be on doing everything to maintain normal life and the real economy throughout the UK, by making the response to illness and the support of those who become ill the very best that it can be, rather than making a virus that by its very nature is subject to continual change the god around which all thoughts on life must operate.

The choices the Government have made can only reflect a deliberate choice (conspiracy) or reflect that those making the decisions are doing so because they are incapably stupid (In the circumstances might be classed by some as insane).

There really is no conspiracy at work on the scale that a great many people who share the view that this Government must go, so ardently believe. The conspiracy that does exist is the way that our political system and access to the seats that are available for MPs to sit in our Parliament are being controlled by just 3 Political Parties. It literally means that the ideas and aims of just a few are being rolled out, repackaged and continually resold to us as if we are participating in and being cared for within a real democracy, when it would be accurate to use dictatorship as the better-informed name.

You cannot fix a problem until you have identified and accepted the real cause. What we are going to witness time and time again, often and as the coming weeks and months unfold, is crisis after crisis. Because we are being led by people who are unfit to lead us. People who can only be replaced by other people who are just as unfit to lead us. All because we will not collectively accept that it is only by creating an alternative to these people and the political machines that enable them that we will be able to finally unleash the yoke of government by stupidity and assume the rightful power to define life and ways of living that are fair and in the interests of everyone involved.

‘Fake it ’til you make it’ is no way to lead a Country and we are now on the brink of seeing our financial and economic system implode

August 9, 2021 Leave a comment

Politics has for a long time relied on the occurrence of unforeseen events to let blagging politicians get themselves off the hook for problems they created that would otherwise be exposed and visible for the whole world to see.

When Covid arrived on the political scene, the scramble to cover up and utilise the dubious promise of an umbrella to hide all previous sins appears to have been too good and opportunity for our political classes to miss. In fact, so much so, the chronology of events makes me wonder if Boris rubbed his hands together at the first emergency Cabinet Meeting and declared ‘ladies and gentlemen; go ahead, go and do your absolute worst’.

Ok. So, the reality might not have been quite like that. Let’s give them the benefit of the doubt here and say the response might not have been conscious or openly calculated at all.

The reason I say this, is because of how important it is to understand just how politics works in the minds of those who supposedly lead us. Especially when there is an entire Parliament full of MPs who should never have been elected and are incapable of really leading anyone. So, at the first sign of a crisis, they are inclined to reach out for any dead horse and flog it in the hope that it will work.

No, I realise that some of you reading this blog are convinced that there is a much more sinister plan at work that underpins everything during the Covid Pandemic that the Johnson Government has done. But we really do have a Government constructed of politicians who are so stupid, unread and inexperienced, that they will willingly embrace any philosophy or set of ideas that any overconfident SPAD or advisor confidently convinces them will work – that is, if they hadn’t found the same textbook first.

Oddly enough, the point I’m going to focus on here is not about the misuse of statistics and behavioural science to manipulate and coerce people to doing whatever or politicians so ruthlessly want. Enough has and will be said about that elsewhere.

No, the area of policy that I want to think about more clearly, is the financial remedies that our Chancellor Rishi Sunak invented. The printing of non-existent money to back the whole lockdown policy up. And the disastrous time bomb waiting to go off that has been building in size for decades but was turbocharged the moment that the Chancellor and the Johnson Government began its massive cash giveaway.

Contrary to the thoughts of many, the events of the past 18 months really are not isolated, other than there being the all-covering veil of a Viral Pandemic underway. The focus that Covid has been given created a cloud of fear and misdirection that has allowed an inept and irresponsible Government to hide or avoid many other troubling public policy issues as if they have simply been removed from the frame.

But money, the way it is created, legislated, revered and actually worshipped – like it is a god, isn’t just a problem making the rich even richer, whilst making life increasingly hard for the middle classes and poor. It is also the elixir of extended political life and longevity of power for gutless politicians with little or no wherewithal who believe there are no problems that cannot be solved if you just produce the public cheque book and don’t give a shit about the real cost.

In the decades up to the beginning of the Covid Pandemic, the recycling of this particular idea and the philosophy that underpins government economic thinking has been quite incredible. Based on flawed neoliberal thinking and the post 1971 FIAT money regime – where FIAT literally means ‘let it be done’, the bizarre approach to money and governance that ‘it will be this way because we say so’ has grown and grown in popularity with the political classes and has appeared to work effectively for 50 years. Incredibly, it even failing to be derailed when private banks that had been let loose from legislation as part of the same ‘free market’ thinking were bailed out with public money following the 2008 Financial Crisis – simply because politicians are so invested in the idea that the system cannot fail and therefore must be ‘helped’ to work.

To anyone who takes these things completely at face value – as the political classes have done – and says to themselves ‘it worked for 50 years, so it cannot possibly go wrong’, there clearly was no limit to what solutions could be conjured up in a crisis and sold publicly as beneficial to all. Whereas what politicians have really been doing with all this invented money – and particularly since the Pandemic began – is place massive bets on everything coming right if enough money is thrown at the problem for long enough. They literally believe that what they are saying, rather than what they are doing, will ultimately prove to be the truth, by faking it until they make it be so.

The money that the Government has been using to prop up non-existent jobs through a continually extended furlough scheme; the money it has used to underwritten crippling loans to businesses that will never be able to afford them, and the money it is now fire hosing at every public policy it thinks will get it out of trouble and win votes is all created – just like successive governments have been doing for decades before.

The money they are using simply doesn’t exist. Yet the politicians are so drunk from drinking at this poisoned well, all they can think of doing is printing even more.

Yes, there really is a philosophy behind all of this that the economists and academics that our politicians listen to insist really works.

You may even be thinking that if this is all true, what is the problem if it works?

The problem is that it doesn’t. It is imagination, dreamworlds and a visit to fantasy land writ large.

Whilst it is certainly true to say that neoliberalism has worked out well over 50 years for the few, it really hasn’t been working out very well for the majority of people. And if the economy were to be viewed as an engine – as it very often is, then just like keeping your foot down on a red-lining engine might see it keep going for longer than expected, the question is always when, not if the engine will blow, and when it does, it will be the whole vehicle that breaks.

Rishi Sunak, Boris Johnson, this Government and the whole Parliament that has enabled them, have literally gone too far with a very dangerous approach to money and economics. One that may have been good whilst it lasted but is about to blow up and create a financial disaster of such epic proportions that not even the WEF are going to know how to pick up and rebuild the pieces so that they can press ‘restart’.

The public debt that is a real legacy of the Johnson era is simply too big for all of us to be expected to pay off this time. No amount of clever accounting and rebranding in terms of future GDP or other ways of calculating national economic output will make this ridiculous level of debt go away.

And Boris & Co. haven’t even done this on their own. Governments right the way around the world have been doing exactly the same things for all this time and have also gone into overdrive to finance an overkill response to a flu-like virus that was never necessary, could and should have been handled very differently and has now made it inevitable that we cannot go on as we have been.

We must rethink everything. And for us to get there, we are about to experience an incredible period of financially derived pain.

If you take the time and watch all the media available to you closely, the signs of what is coming are already beginning to unfold. But they are being covered by the mainstream media only in isolation – that is if they are even being covered by them at all.

The USA economy and the US Dollar’s collapse as the World’s Reserve Currency are looking increasingly likely to be the point where this dreamt up system can no longer function and the whole economic system explodes.

But that’s not to say that it couldn’t all kick off in the UK first. And stories like energy price hikes this autumn that they are that massive financial upheaval for us all is queued up and is about to start.

The biggest problem that we face today, isn’t finding a way to take a foot off the gas and calm the engine. Johnson and all of his chums have already driven the vehicle to the point of destruction and the momentum their policies have created will take this all over the point which was too far.

The problem we have is that when the engine blows, the wheels fall off and everything crashes – as we can now be almost certain that it will, we will still have the same politicians or politicians who will behave just like them left in charge.

The emperor has no clothes. You’ve seen what Boris and this whole sorry excuse for a Parliament did with their response to Covid. Just wait until the real trouble starts.

If you are worried about WEF taking control, why passively help them when you could be working to stop them and remove any Government stooges they might have?

We are living through and experiencing highly emotive times. Many of us are looking for explanations and even causes to blame for all the things that we are having to deal with.

In these circumstances it becomes a little more easy than it should to give credibility to the most obvious explanations, when we might help ourselvesand what we may see as our cause, by stepping back and having a look at the explanations that we may have overlooked. It’s worth doing, because conditioning or what we have learned to consider normal has given us a default understanding of certain things, leaving us with no discernible choice.

The way that the Covid Pandemic, or rather the Government handling of it has all rolled out, has been pernicious from the beginning. The effects of the decisions they have taken have been increasingly harder to deal with as it has become clear to many of us that policy is being enacted not through necessity, but because of what appears to be a political choice.

We grow up with what feels like a pre-programmed respect and deference for People in positions of responsibility, whether they are a GP, Dentist, Community Leader, Councillor or an MP. So when it comes to the Government and living through a time of national crisis that we today know as the Covid Pandemic, it is very easy to believe and even feel confident that there is genuine and thought out purpose to everything that those leading the Country do.

As the months have passed, what were coincidental mutterings about a ‘Great Reset’ coming from the World Economic Forum (WEF) at the start, picked up considerable credibility as an explanation for what was happening. Especially when the Johnson Government’s ardent misuse of Behavioural Science to control and manipulate everyone became very clear. And then the goalposts that Boris and his Ministers insisted were set in stone over vaccinations and data monitoring began to more at just about every turn.

I refer to this unhelpful intervention by the proponents of an exclusive club for people who think they are better and know better than anyone as a coincidence, because that really is all it need ever be.

Like most political conjecture wrapped up and sold as a policy proposal or plan, there is nothing so certain as the uncertainty of a successful outcome, and you can be sure that politicians and people with a public platform who know what they are doing will get in the way, if there is a way that they can.

Right now, because of their behaviour and commitment to very questionable ideas like Vaccine Passports and how it could lead to extensive personal data monitoring, it is very easy to believe that Boris and the ambitious zealots surrounding him are and have always been committed to a much bigger idea or ‘thing’. A thing that could easily be a ‘new world order’ along the impractically idealistic lines that the WEF suggest.

For the sake of argument at this point of my blog, let’s say that there really is a grand conspiracy and that the WEF leadership either created and spread Covid or used the opportunity it presents to take over the World. Doing so under the veil of protecting us and therefore making the whole thing resemble the creation of tyranny – all ushered in voluntarily, with our collective consent and therefore by choice – by the back door.

To do this, they would have to rely on us all being completely asleep and doing nothing to stop them. We would literally have to proactively fail to take any opportunity that we have to change the direction of the UK, so that we don’t arrive where they want us to be without even realising we had acquiesced and effectively made the passive choice to be where they wanted us to be.

If all of this is real – as I know many people genuinely believe it to be, it is very important to understand that attacks on those we blame on social media, public demonstrations and belittling anyone that we perceive to be against us is not helping our cause in any way. But it is playing right into their hands.

For better or for worse, we do have the benefit of a political system in place. For as long as that political system is still functioning, we have to let go of the arguments over who or what is right and making others wrong. We must remember that there are rules – or even a game to be played – that has to take place within an ecosystem that has rules that may seem archaic – but are nonetheless there. And that despite the heavy-handed and controlling way that the Government has been and still is behaving towards us, we do have a very meaningful choice.

The choice that we have – and it’s a good one – is to step up and do something constructive and proactive, rather than shouting and screaming in fear of what we think is coming, all because the government has pulled out a metaphorical gun.

No. I understand that talking to others online on social media, sharing our collective pain and then getting on a bus to march the Streets of London make us feel like we are doing something. But as soon as each of these acts of ‘defiance’ is over, we look up, we look back, we see that everything remains exactly the same. It’s just a different day.

This is how it will be again and again – not because we do not mean it. But because we are collectively failing to engage effectively and meaningfully with all the things that we must. That is of course, if we want to head off the looming disaster and ongoing enslavement that we are scared of and can accept that to change what others do, it is first necessary that we ourselves make a change.

Whether Boris the buffoon is just a puppet for a very sinister master, or the very stupid, ambitious and self-serving incompetent as I most respectfully believe him to be, making the choice that I am suggesting here will deal with either the WEF plan or remove this rancid political culture – irrespective of which future we are confident it is most likely to be.

The choice that we must make to take back control of our lives and put government and public services into the hands of people who actually care, is to look at all this in a different way, to think and believe that we are the political alternative to all of this. We must prepare to fight the next General Election together as that political alternative, and we must do everything necessary to build a grassroots-up rather than top-looking-down political movement that works for and embraces everyone, never questioning our ability to turn out when that Election is called and win.

If your car breaks, you take it to a mechanic. It’s vital to apply this practicality to winning a political fight too.

Having numerous well-meaning journalists, celebrities and other public figures heading up different movements that are developing in deceptively big echo chambers online may be resulting in lots of followers and a feeling that something is happening. But the egos, different personal agendas and failure to engage and work with others – ‘because they know better than anyone else’ is a guarantee that whatever they do independently will suffer from a failure to launch. It will mean that WEF and Boris (or others) as the perpetual world kings will remain our only choice.

Together, we must coalesce around a new movement. One that really does turn the concept that is todays British Political System on its head.

We need to build an organisation that generates its hope, purpose, momentum and strategies from the centre of each and every community, not just from an office in Westminster where real people have no influence, no power and therefor no choice.

This can all be done much more easily than you might think. It just takes the commitment that you might already be showing to bring truth and light to all of this darkness the Government is creating. You can use and contribute your energy and channel it into talking up, taking part and supporting this new movement for change in every way you possibly can. A serious and inclusive political movement that is something new, something good and something that has you, the people you care about and the communities you love, right at its heart.

PLEASE look beyond your anger with the Johnson Government. It is justified and it is very real. But it can be put to a much better use. A use that will help us all to deal with the fallout that the Johnson Government and many Governments before this one have caused. But above all, it will give us back the power of choice.

A New Party For All. Are you ready to make that call and start right here?

Best wishes to all.

#anewpartyforall

Show people a genuine alternative to this Government and System. Then they will join a movement for change

August 24, 2020 1 comment

I’ve written about the current trend for the anti-lockdown, anti-mask and anti-social distancing activist ‘networks’ to be looking at conspiracy theories to explain coronavirus and all of the policies that are hurting us as part of the Government’s reaction and handling of the pandemic.

What some anti-lockdown activists believe to be the deliberate creation of a worldwide reset as a step to creating a new world order, can and in time will be explained by political stupidity on a level so breath taking, it does feel very plausible to believe there are genuinely malevolent forces at work.

The trickle of growing support for a popular uprising against the Government is not demonstrating the interest nor commitment from their fellow Countrymen that activists believe should now exist.

But what these same activists don’t understand as they complain that numbers are being held back; calling people stupid and sheep for obeying the law, is that people generally follow their gut feeling on the political options they understand to be available unless they have been directly touched or hurt by public policy at a personal level.

The choice of what happens next for people right now appears to be between a growing tin foil hat brigade that just wants to stop everything the Government is doing without any plan for what comes next, and a Government that may be getting things wrong, but was nonetheless elected and put in its position only last December by electoral vote and democratic choice.

The sense of fair play that the British People still possess is not one that will be overcome by anger and sabre rattling by either a conscious or voluntary choice. This applies even when there is growing discontent, belief and people know that something is fundamentally wrong with the system and what the politicians we have elected have done and continue to do.

There is no doubt that we need an alternative to the Johnson Government and the political system that it represents.

But the future of this Country is much more likely to turn out well for everyone if the change we desperately need comes about by democratic choice.

The British Electorate want to be spoken to, respected as and above all treated as adults by all politicians and the government of the day.

People across this Country haven’t been respected by the political classes as they should be for a very long time and Brexit and Boris’ general election victories were both direct results of this fact. Yet political egos are still getting in the way.

What the Electorate will not knowingly and deliberately do is jump from one form of establishment stupidity to another.

People will not believe that you will be able to govern better or lead them just because you say you know what’s right when you also don’t have a track record of governing. It simply doesn’t have any appeal to the masses on the basis of being a logical choice.

The status quo and whatever the incumbent regime or way of doing things is, will always prevail when the choice is so simple – no matter whether the challengers are fundamentally right or wrong.

To a normal voter looking at the situation as it is now, they see on one side a group of established politicians offering £cash giveaways with the perceived security of things continuing how they always seem to have been. On the other, a group that is growing, but only offers the ability to stand up, protest and basically say no.

We’ve been here before with Brexit, through the electoral relationship with UKIP and the Brexit Party.

The public want things to change, but only if they can be sure they will stay the same.

Activism against this inept Government might well represent the true zeitgeist. But as with Brexit before, the players in this political game will not be changed until you can carry the crowd and get them interested in developing a different set of rules.

People want to know and be able to visualise how their choice of who to support politically will affect them.

The new message has to reach people at a very personal and material level if they are to drop their support for this failed way of doing government and take a leap of faith and considerable risk on backing something that has no track record, no credentials and above all is completely unknown.

Yes it helps to have momentum in the way that #ForgottenLtd, #ExcludedUK, #NoMasks and keep Britain Free (#KBF) have got. But it will all add up to nothing and will be of no benefit to anyone if that momentum is not harnessed and put into a form that connects with people in a way that will allow it collectively to do some good when the time comes.

The focus must move from obsessing over the hardship and pain that this ridiculous Government has caused, to creating the comprehensive solution that will not only challenge this Government to change direction, but provides an alternative that is ready to step in and take over when the Government and this political cult falls, then begin what will be the very arduous process of putting everything right.

Saying no to everything the Johnson Government is doing is justified. But saying no and shouting about it takes no preparation. It doesn’t equip anyone or anything to win what is a very important and high stakes game.

Show people a genuine alternative to this Government and the broken political system. That is the time they will join the movement for change and adopt wholesale change as their cause.

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