The country enters 2021 racked by the lying criminality of the goverment and all those whose convergent interests are focussed upon pursuit of the massive confidence trick of the rebranded flu. There has been deceit of the millions of decent people whose trust has been betrayed on a stupendous scale. Let there be no doubt that the rapidly increasing band of citizens understanding the scale and the psychopathy of the perpetrators will continue to grow. We shall prevail and this evil will be brought to the bar of the court and of history.

We “conspiracy theorists” simply look at the facts – no more deaths from all causes than 2019 in the year just past – no virus ever isolated – tests admitted to be unfit for purpose -“cases” that are not cases – NHS never under the pressure alleged, and so on and so on. We simply note that every “advisor” to governments here and elsewhere appears to have been bought by the pharma industry or the Gates organisation and that eminent authorities independent of them have been no-platformed or otherwise ignored. We see that the world media have been paid billions for “advocacy of health issues” over many years and we all were witness to the greatest propaganda drive in history across the globe in the first half of 2020.

We have witnessed and continue to witness:

  • Media promoted mass hysteria
  • Arbitrary and oppressive politic actions
  • Large scale restrictions on fundamental freedoms
  • Censorship and large-scale propaganda
  • Enforced conformity of the media
  • Defamation of dissident opinion
  • Denunciation and informers
  • Dangerous and mispresented human experiments

It does not take a lot of familiarity with European history to find parallels laden with horror.

This piece below by Freddie T. Attenborough published by Lockdown Sceptics puts the position powerfully. Lockdown Sceptics has done a fine job despite staying largely within the obfuscation debate generated by the media to oppose what has been happening, but this piece falls squarely in with the reality of the wickedness of what has been done. I applaud it.

“To mark the last day of 2020, this post is dedicated to all those whose lives and livelihoods have been lost, diminished or tainted by our nascent, deeply illiberal and socially, economically and psychologically destructive lockdown societies; for all those whose jobs and businesses have been destroyed; those whose medical conditions have been left undiagnosed; those whose cancers have been left untreated whilst the Government ‘saves the NHS;’ those whose aspirations have been crushed; whose financial lifelines and supports have been laughed at, ripped up and thrown to the wolves by well-paid, cosseted and conceited scientific bureaucrats; those who’ve seen loved ones die long before their time at the hands of rescheduled and/or cancelled NHS appointments; for those citizens out on the streets exercising their democratic right to protest against lockdown who’ve been roughed up by the police; for the young woman in Victoria State, Australia, strangled to the floor by a policeman for the ‘crime’ of not wearing a mask; for the heavily pregnant woman led away from her home in handcuffs on a charge of promoting an anti-lockdown event on a Facebook page; for all those who’ve been fined for upholding the most basic tenets of any self-respecting liberal democracy – civil society, laughter, human touch, communion; for those whose elderly relatives have been left to die alone in care homes, bereft of the love and attention that would have eased their passing; for the pain and the hurt felt by those who never got to say goodbye to a loved one; for the children who’ve been left psychologically scarred by an education system now in thrall to semi-functional neurotics; for the university students being taught to fear the unknown, to look before they leap, to strip the joy out of life and to replace it with a risk assessment, to cede personal responsibility to Authority and to always value Security over and above Freedom; for all the women trapped at home with abusive partners; for the children who social workers can’t see on Skype video calls; for those whose mental health has deteriorated, who feel irreparably broken, who’ve got to thinking that they’ll never be able to find their way back to who they once were; for the people who lie awake at night worrying about where the next mortgage payment is coming from; to those who, at some point this year, have felt that they’ve had nowhere to turn but The Samaritans; and to all those troubled souls who’ve slipped unnoticed through the cracks of our desiccated society, and then out into one last lonely, bewildering descent into silence.

We won’t forget. We won’t forgive. There will be a reckoning”

Freddie Attenborough -
Blue Tara by Joss Wynne-Evans