That’s an understatement! One only need look at the over the top hysteria regarding the IC Moron virus.
What’s odd about this pandemic is that so many of the elite don’t seem to want this to end.
Opposition politicians and front bench Tories salivating at the idea of more restrictions, the media, who have been signed up to the cosy coast consensus since day one and – based upon their questions at those enraging press conferences – always want measures to be longer, harder tougher.
And sage scientists, especially their paramilitary wing, independent SAGE, who would likely lock us down forever. These people have got a taste for control and they don’t want to give it up. I’m honestly thinking that there is a master plan to keep this going forever.
You have Professor Sara Gilbert, creator of the Oxford vaccine who has warned the next virus could be worse than the current one. So we are now worrying about a virus that doesn’t even exist yet. What other things that don’t exist, should we be worried about? The Loch Ness Monster? The simultaneous orgasm? Tottenham winning the Premier League?
I really enjoyed the GB news breakfast show this morning, presented by the brilliant Isobel Webster and our brand-new super signing Stephen Dixon. Except I nearly spat my cornflakes out when they interviewed this prize numpty.
A professor of yes, you guessed it behavioural science, who thinks that children wearing masks is good training for the future.
State sponsored damage to children, now cemented by scientific opinion. So the narrative is clear. This isn’t a conspiracy, it’s policy. Masks forever, lockdowns every winter, work from home orders as standard. Socially distanced forever. Medical passes for access to basic services and freedoms. And the state injecting your body, whenever they see fit. There is a whiff of evil about behavioural science.
For two years we have been nudged, prodded, cajoled, bullied, gaslit, silenced and shamed by these white-coated covid evangelists. Susan Michie, sage advisor and member of the Communist Part, a woman so left-wing she makes Jeremy Corbyn look like Norman Tebbit, influencing our pandemic response.
Danger, peril, risk are the very essence of life itself. Covid is now an industry, and the media, politicians, scientists and of course pharmaceutical companies are active participants in it. Well it’s time to say well it’s time to smash their business model.
Predictions about the virus have so often been wrong throughout the pandemic – but this junk modelling has shaped policy and wrecked and cost lives. And yet the likes of Professor Neil Ferguson, who couldn’t predict that night follows day, is back, like a particularly stubborn case of chlamydia. Him and his buddies are now predicting up to 10,000 hospitalisations a day from omicron.
Now let’s hope that doesn’t happen – of course anything is possible. Except this doomsday scenario appears to be stretching it, given that there are no reported cases of a death anywhere in the world from Omicron.
The infection fatality rate from Omicron is currently smaller than xxxx. So why this perpetual pessimism? Because the pandemic is now an industry. There have been protests once again all over the world against Covid passports, including in the capital London
The public have had enough.
We will except, wretched as it is, that this virus isn’t going to go anywhere. It will infect who it wants to infect. Virus gonna virus. And it looks like Omicron will get in more people than Mick Jagger in his heyday.