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16 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Amnesty for Covid Fines.

It would be better to pardon and return the 120,000 Covid fines than fine yet more partygoers.

20 Jun 2023
 
 
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On the 23rd March 2020, Boris Johnson announced to the nation in a severe, wartime-style address that we must stay at home and that the police would have powers to enforce the rules. The speech was littered with threats of power, penalty, danger, death.

 

Nobody was in any doubt that we were not supposed to go to parties.

 

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People are understandably angry about the gross hypocrisy on display at the ‘Jingle and Mingle’ Christmas party at Conservative HQ, in the latest episode of the ‘Partygate’ scandal. There are two points I think are more important in the bigger picture.

 
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The first point is what it means that people ‘in the know’ were breaking the rules.

 

Let us quickly set aside the idea that they thought they were operating within the rules. The rules did change fast and they were confusing, but socialising indoors was not allowed. We knew it. The police knew it. The 120,000 Covid Fixed Penalty Notices attest to it.

 

Were the powers proportionate? Well, that’s something that lawyers, scientists, ethicists and everyone who had to live under the damn rules has been pondering. I say no. I always said no. Lord Sumption said no, so I think I am in very good company.

 

And it turns out that those in government did not act as though the rules were proportionate because they did not obey them. They did not seem to feel that their lives were in mortal danger. You might say they had done a reasonable job of assessing their own risk.

 

Long before lockdown, it was understood that Covid was nasty and dangerous but that the risk was highly related to age, obesity and other clinical factors. A WHO report as early as mid-February 2020 set this out. There were still unknowns but the risk factors were understood earlier than most people like to think.

 

These partygoers were not in fear of their lives, nor was Boris Johnson and nor was Professor Neil Ferguson, who earnt himself the moniker ‘Professor Pantsdown’ for travelling across London for illicit nookie. Despite being the one who predicted that hundreds of thousands of people could die, he was content to ‘risk’ the lives of two families by travelling to meet his extra-marital lover. Why? We can assume he understood the risk. That is the key to this story.

 

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The risk was exaggerated and fear was amplified to induce us to follow the draconian, cruel and un-evidenced rules which had devastating consequences for peoples lives, mental health, education and the economy.

 

That doesn’t mean it was right that the partygoers broke the rules and tried to get away with it. People are right to be angry about the hypocrisy and double standards.

 

Many of us didn’t have parties for our children. My sons 16th birthday was attended by no one outside of our little household during that interminably grim third lockdown. Wedding receptions were cancelled. Hell, weddings were cancelled! Funerals were miserly affairs. Fathers weren’t at births. The casualties go on. So to see people tipsy and twirling around does stick in the craw.

 

It’s easy to push for justice, retribution and punishment when you are angry. But, if you’re angry about people dancing at parties and getting away with it, then aren’t you also angry that two students were fined £10000 each for organising a snowball fight in Leeds in January 2021? People were fined for cups of tea with neighbours, going for walks and sitting on benches. They were fined for perfectly normal human behaviour. It was disproportionate.

 

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The fine for 'recklessly' leaving self-isolation was £4,000. That would have been a staggering 16-week salary for someone in the bottom fifth of earnings. These were the worst fines this country has known since the Dark Ages.

 

A report by the National Police Chief’s Council found that compared to the population, fines were more likely to be issued to men, to those aged 18-24, to those from ethnic minority backgrounds, and to those living in areas with higher levels of deprivation. Three quarters of FPNs were issued to white people but, proportionately, people from ethnic minorities were 2.3 times more likely than white people to receive an FPN in England and 2.8 times more likely in Wales.

 

No sane, just or compassionate society should tolerate the unfairness.

 

Which brings me to my second point: rather than seek retribution for revellers what about amnesty for all Covid lockdown rule breakers? The cases still in the courts could be cancelled. Fines could be returned. Didn’t everyone suffer enough during that terrible time?

 

After the Second World War, Winston Churchill resolved to have a ‘bonfire of state controls’ and ID cards were scrapped. We have an opportunity to consider the sort of society we want. We do not want to be left altered for the worse with biometric monitoring and vaccine passes for travel. Equally, do we want to be the kind of country that punishes people for going to parties?

 

We need a bonfire of cruelties and injustice, and pardons for all.

 

 

 

The stoopid Covid pass is still going by the way, but the good news is that it is part of the NHS app - which doesn't work, no-one seems to have ever got beyond the opening screens.

 

So if you are one of the fully vaccinated and boosted but somehow still alive, you have no chance of showing your 'status' 

 

Ferguson of course has two opinions - his own and his 'professional' one as a minion of the Gates-funded Imperial College.

 

Imperial /Gates College let this obnoxious scrote keep his post, but get rid of an honest man like Nick Kollerstrom.

 

Says all you need to know about present day academia. 

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6 hours ago, Captainlove said:

After much pondering and research i have come to the conclusion that the jabs are maybe accelerating peoples illness and disease. I believe they have been harvesting peoples DNA with nasal swabs and companies which want your DNA sample so you can find out where you originate from im sure you know the ones. I now know a fair few people who have got more ill, faster in the last two years,when before they were carrying on fairly well. I think they used the DNA to find weakness in the person. Of course not everyone has a DNA swab but i guess most jabbed people did.

I maybe wrong here but its a working idea that seems possible.

 

 

What the medical folks who are speaking up are saying is that if you have a comorbidity (pre potential for a disease) such as a heart or cancer issue, the jab is accelerating it and turning it into severe illness or death.

They already know that certain ethnicities are prone to certain illnesses too, so jabs could be pre targeted in areas of high ethnic races etc to make them more "effective" at finding that underlying issue. 

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5 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Most likely part of the plan

Plenty of big businesses are on the brink of collapse too. They need to make everyone desperate enough to agree to all their idiotic plans of totalitarian control. 

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55 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

My neighbour who is jabbed to the hilt has been Dx with Lupus a month ago so i was told today. Could this be jab related? She was ok otherwise than some headaches.

Yes, definitely. Vaccines in general are immunosuppressive. 

 

But maybe we criticise the Conjob vaccines too much. After all, they are 100% effective and confer 100 % immunity. 

 

100% effective at giving Big P-harma huge profits, and also conferring on the drug companies 100% legal immunity against deaths and injuries.

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3 hours ago, Captainlove said:

My neighbour who is jabbed to the hilt has been Dx with Lupus a month ago so i was told today. Could this be jab related?

 

how can we know without a full investigation of this subject?

 

But instead of that we are seeing a cover up by the establishment and by the corporate media neither of which will turn over that rock

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I noticed this last night, which reminded me that the inquiry was live on BBC, haven't heard Whitty's name for a while, I remember how bad it was to see him every day. That alone should have been enough to end lockdown and the daily broadcasts!

 

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That also reminds me how Boris and 'all that lot', tried to destroy weekends, evenings, and any other 'traditional family time', with announcements and votes, or anything else they could think of ... because it was of such vast importance. 

 

It's infuriating to hear that Boris didn't want to go along with it all, or that he was scared because he was ill. Talk about theatre. That man is part of the people who are part of the problem, and he must feel very proud of his huge achievements and his target to paralyse the country for the best part of 7+ years. 

 

These bastards, the worst things that they do to chip away at the spirit don't even get a mention in the main. The news is so trivial. 

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2 hours ago, Observations said:

I noticed this last night, which reminded me that the inquiry was live on BBC, haven't heard Whitty's name for a while, I remember how bad it was to see him every day. That alone should have been enough to end lockdown and the daily broadcasts!

 

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That also reminds me how Boris and 'all that lot', tried to destroy weekends, evenings, and any other 'traditional family time', with announcements and votes, or anything else they could think of ... because it was of such vast importance. 

 

It's infuriating to hear that Boris didn't want to go along with it all, or that he was scared because he was ill. Talk about theatre. That man is part of the people who are part of the problem, and he must feel very proud of his huge achievements and his target to paralyse the country for the best part of 7+ years. 

 

These bastards, the worst things that they do to chip away at the spirit don't even get a mention in the main. The news is so trivial. 

 

Re Witty's comment: So much for 'following the science' then. That was obviously all bollox.

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7 hours ago, Observations said:

I noticed this last night, which reminded me that the inquiry was live on BBC, haven't heard Whitty's name for a while, I remember how bad it was to see him every day. That alone should have been enough to end lockdown and the daily broadcasts!

 

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That also reminds me how Boris and 'all that lot', tried to destroy weekends, evenings, and any other 'traditional family time', with announcements and votes, or anything else they could think of ... because it was of such vast importance. 

 

It's infuriating to hear that Boris didn't want to go along with it all, or that he was scared because he was ill. Talk about theatre. That man is part of the people who are part of the problem, and he must feel very proud of his huge achievements and his target to paralyse the country for the best part of 7+ years. 

 

These bastards, the worst things that they do to chip away at the spirit don't even get a mention in the main. The news is so trivial. 

 

The media either gas lights constantly or outright lies. The media and these government crooks live in another world than reality. 

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8 hours ago, Observations said:

I noticed this last night, which reminded me that the inquiry was live on BBC, haven't heard Whitty's name for a while, I remember how bad it was to see him every day. That alone should have been enough to end lockdown and the daily broadcasts!

 

20230623_102437.jpg.a36177719dc1e7ce290c150d1f5cfd35.jpg

 

That also reminds me how Boris and 'all that lot', tried to destroy weekends, evenings, and any other 'traditional family time', with announcements and votes, or anything else they could think of ... because it was of such vast importance. 

 

It's infuriating to hear that Boris didn't want to go along with it all, or that he was scared because he was ill. Talk about theatre. That man is part of the people who are part of the problem, and he must feel very proud of his huge achievements and his target to paralyse the country for the best part of 7+ years. 

 

These bastards, the worst things that they do to chip away at the spirit don't even get a mention in the main. The news is so trivial. 

 

The buck is being passed around quite frequently, it'd seem. What a surprise ! Still what else would one expect from these clowns.

 

Never mind !

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19 hours ago, SimonTV said:

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Or... it is further evidence that proves they are correct. 

 

that wnkr has been on here reading my posts.

 

their behaviour shows they knew

 

a) it wasn't deadly

or

b) it did not exist

 

its the only logical conclusion you can make after they shut down the country through fear.

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