Rules relaxed but you MUST always live in fear* another scientist says lockdowns catastrophic* PFA vocal on head injury but stay silent on heart issues* permanent emergency in Canada
The Digital Digest
By Oliver May
MOST Covid rules will end on Thursday but today’s press briefing by the Prime Minister and his scientific advisors was the usual concoction of fear and scaremongering. The devil is in the detail.
One of the key points was that there will be no requirement to isolate following a positive test. But Johnson still said: “The pandemic is not over.”
The Government’s chief scientific advisor Patrick Vallance said: “Further variants could be more severe.”
This is based on nothing. All variants so far have been weaker, following the normal path of mutating viruses. But the Government appears keen to continue with the scare tactics.
Chief medical officer Chris Whitty added: “Being vaccinated reduces hospitalisation at all ages.”
Most people do not need a Covid jab because most people are not vulnerable to severe symptoms. There is clear evidence already that natural immunity from previous infection is superior to any protection given by a jab.
Vallance added: “Sections of population are vulnerable at all times.”
And there are now plans for a spring booster for those over 75 and those over 12 who are immunosuppressed.
This really means: Our three jabs so far have done nothing to help and the planned summer one will also do nothing to help. But take it, it is safe and effective.
Johnson also said: “I do believe this is a moment of pride for our nation and a source of hope for all that we can achieve in the years to come.”
What this really means:
We are proud to have crushed the mental health of millions of children.
We are proud to have crushed the economy and puts thousands out of business
We are proud to have caused countless suicides because of our needless and draconian restrictions
We are proud to have killed thousands of elderly in care homes with slapdash medical policies
We are proud to have caused seething division with the public over jabs that do nothing to prevent transmission
We are proud to say we will do it all again.
THE UK Government will never admit they got almost everything wrong in the response to Covid-19.
So it will be left to people such as Professor Mark Woolhouse, an expert on infectious diseases at Edinburgh University, to call them out over it and hope that many of the public start to take notice.
In an interview in Sunday’s Observer, Professor Woolhouse spoke about a quote from cabinet minister Michael Gove at the start of the pandemic in March 2020. Gove had said: “Everyone is at risk.”
But Professor Woolhouse said: “I am afraid Gove’s statement was simply not true. In fact, this is a very discriminatory virus. Some people are much more at risk from it than others. People over 75 are an astonishing 10,000 times more at risk than those who are under 15.”
Woolhouse is about to release a book called “The Year the World Went Mad: A Scientific Memoir.
In it he severely criticises the Government’s response – a response they said they are proud of in today’s press briefing.
Woolhouse says: “We did serious harm to our children and young adults who were robbed of their education, jobs and normal existence, as well as suffering damage to their future prospects, while they were left to inherit a record-breaking mountain of public debt.
“All this to protect the NHS from a disease that is a far, far greater threat to the elderly, frail and infirm than to the young and healthy.”
THE professional Footballers’ Association has accused football bosses of not doing enough to protect players from head injuries – but continue to ignore questions over why there was a 300 per cent increase in heart issues last year.
The PFA call comes after a Leeds player continued in the match against Manchester United yesterday despite appearing to suffer concussion after a collision with Scott McTominay.
The PFA said in a statement: “The injury to Leeds United’s Robin Koch demonstrates again that the current concussion protocols within football are failing to prioritise player safety.”
News Uncut would suggest that the PFA has no right to be concerned about player safety given their continued and shameful silence over the dramatic rise in heart issues suffered by their players.
The PFA have made it very difficult for people not to think that they simply do not care about player safety.
Luckily for them, this is easily rectified: Answer our questions.
ONCE powers are in place, it is very difficult to remove them. That is no more evident than in Canada.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act to use unprecedented power to stop peaceful protests against vaccine mandates. These rules included excessive force, freezing of bank accounts and killing pets. These actions have STILL not been condemned by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Today, Trudeau’s deputy, Chrystia Freeland, said she plans to make the bank seizure powers permanent. Trudeau confirmed that, despite the protestors now being cleared, he will continue with the emergency powers.
No emergency but permanent emergency powers.
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Project Fear has been widely criticised as doing untold damage. So why did the Government choose today’s announcement of the relaxation of rules to include soundbites from Project Fear?
Project fear hasn't gone away because our government have merely given us a reprieve in the face of massive evidence that the virus is now milder and endemic. Their project of digital id is still on the table and they need the populace to remain psychologically compliant ready for the next 'emergency'. Sadly there are so many people still burying their heads up their backsides about what is really happening or have been completely brainwashed. My neighbour was bleating about how she's been offered the opportunity to trial a new app that will tell her if she has covid when she coughs into her phone - I kid you not.