Whitty as dangerous as a virus
Man who caused problems now says we have problems
COMMENT, By Oliver May
IT is one thing to beat you black and blue with incessant, unjustified and untested lockdowns. It is quite another to then go and rub your face in it by telling those who have been harmed by them just how much harm they have done.
But in today's day and age, those abhorrent acts will get you knighted by the establishment – and so it will surprise few to learn that that is exactly what ‘Sir’ Chris Whitty, England's chief medical officer, said yesterday, having crawled out from underneath wherever he has been hiding. So:
Does your child suffer with mental health?
Does your child suffer from vocal ticks?
Is your child behind at school?
Did your business go bust during lockdown?
Yes? Well you can blame Whitty for an extra large portion of that. He was front and centre of Government policy advice, backed by his Sage cronies with an unswerving dedication to allegedly ‘following the science’ and never mind the consequences.
The bare-faced cheek and total lack of self-awareness this man showed yesterday was enough to make anyone boil with rage, spit out their coffee or choke on their ivermectin.
A man who pushed and pushed and pushed and pushed for more and more restrictions.
A man whose doom-laden forecasts were wrong time and time again.
A man surely, who would have locked people in their coffins if he could.
A man happy to see schools closed, gyms closed, happy for people to be driven to drink, to suicide and to all the fast-food restaurants which were allowed to remain open.
That man actually said this:
“I think there is a big worry about the effects on mental health of particularly older people for long periods where people were lonely. The impacts of disrupted schooling on some children is going to be very substantial... the long-term effects of which it will be very difficult to tell.
“It does look as if there's been some impact on some children and young people having eating disorders.”
Dan Wootton, presenter at GB News, was equally apoplectic during his programme last night. He said: “Two years since one of the most catastrophic decisions in recent British history, the decision to lock down the country, to shatter the economy, to end our children's education for months and months on end, to criminalise the very human need to socialise. All done without any cost-benefit analysis of such a decision.
“Well probably the last person I wanted to hear from today was Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty, one of the chief proponents of ongoing misery. He popped up all of a sudden caring about some of the dire consequences of lockdown.”
Wootton went on to read out the quote from Whitty above, before saying: “Damn right Mr Whitty. But we warned you of that. In fact we warned you of that for nearly two years and you pressed for more damaging lockdowns as recently as the December just gone. So this is on you now.”
Whitty is as reliable as Professor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London, who has caused more panic and problems with his catastrophically wrong predictions than even he could ever had predicted.
Whitty should be universally ignored, especially when he weasels his way on TV to start his uniquely disgusting brand of scaremongering by saying this: “Many important areas of public health have either trodden water or gone backwards over the last two years. We do need quite seriously to address them”.
THEY WENT BACKWARDS BECAUSE OF YOU, WHITTY!
And then this: “There’s a high chance that we will all be discussing and I will be discussing with my colleagues, a new variant at some point in the next two years that actually significantly changes our balance of risk. We could well end up with a new variant that produces worse problems than we've got with Omicron and the Omicron problems are by no means trivial.”
Yes they are trivial. It is akin to a common cold. Viruses mutate. He knows this. They mutate to become less deadly but more transmissable. Sadly, Whitty and his toxic words appear to be becoming more frequent and even more deadly.