What does Boris Johnson want to ‘build back better’?
The catchy ‘build back better’ phrase seems very popular. A search on Google shows the extent of this coincidental chorus. If there were a real pandemic, would everything be as organised as it appears to be? Would people need forcing to isolate and keep their distance from others? We’d be naturally terrified of strangers and wouldn’t need police fines to enforce the hastily concocted laws. A real threat would automatically achieve what the government are attempting to do by spending millions of pounds in advertising – ‘hands, face, space’. Who benefits from this propaganda onslaught? The very people that have been repeating government statements for decades….
…The media barons and their well paid shills.
The government have more than made up for the reduction in advertising revenue for mainstream media by spending huge sums of money stating the obvious, even without the current health threat. TV and newspapers have previous form on being extremely useful to all the previous administrations, Conservative or Labour. Prior to the Iraq war, we were being brainwashed into believing that Saddam Hussein had nuclear weapons along with claims he could attack UK forces with only three quarters of an hour warning. It was years later before I found out there had been years of sanctions that had deprived Iraq of vital basic medicines and that it had resulted in thousands of them perishing, including many children. The shocking media claim of 45 minutes was referring to British troops in Cyprus and it was over a decade later that they had to admit Iraq had no WMD at all.
…Or this one:
…And there were many more examples of journalists who either ignored the propaganda their colleagues were spouting or actively supported these ludicrous claims. All were UK government inspired lies.
This is Blair’s Oscar winning performance for anyone with a strong stomach.
You’ll note during this statement he never mentioned years of sanctions which created the miserable conditions the Iraqis were subjected to, which had nothing to do with Saddam and everything to do with the kind of policies which are now inflicted onto Syria. Blair, having taken up the position of Middle East peace envoy has hands soaked in Arab blood. That doesn’t bother the dodgy sheikhs who waited until after he left office before rewarding him with £ millions for ‘advising’ them.
I only vaguely recollect the BBC support for the (then) Labour government but since have learnt through my own research that they were as instrumental in the deception as any good propaganda department would be.
Johnson has been sacked from numerous jobs for lying to the extent his position became untenable. He had a poster on the side of his Brexit bus claiming that the NHS would be £350 million a week to the good after the UK left Europe…
…Well, he didn’t say that in so many words but he certainly implied it.
The very same people who insisted that Saddam Hussein was an imminent threat were also at the forefront in demonising Jeremy Corbyn. They convinced many that he was an antisemitic racist, even though he is incapable of such sentiments. Every interviewer was aggressive towards him, despite him having such a placid demeanour, every newspaper headline was at best distortion and at worst outright lies.
Maybe I’m being too cynical but…
… I’m struggling to have any faith in organisations, political parties and individuals that have a history of deceptions. These weren’t routine examples of ‘spin’ which many politicians rely on to varying degrees. They were outright lies, which resulted in the deaths of many innocent people. Not only that, in Iraq the nightmare continues to this day, along with the newer but almost equally devastating political and military assault on Syria.
Anyone putting their trust in these compulsive liars needs to look again. They couldn’t care less about the average person:
Dominic Cummins was eventually dismissed from Boris Johnson’s inner circle but not before he embarrassed the government by ignoring restrictions he was probably involved in creating.
Neil Ferguson resigned from SAGE because he flouted rules by meeting up with a married woman. He’s been quickly reinstated into a different advisory group, probably on a generous salary. On top of all this, he has a catalogue of prediction failures in the past.
Chris Whitty was a director and principal investigator of an organisation granted over $40 million from the Gates foundation
Sir Patrick Vallance has a reported £600,000 invested in a vaccinations company.
Priti Patel, instructing everyone else to behave responsibly, had to resign because she broke ministerial rules by having meetings with the murdering Zionist criminals occupying Palestine.
There has been a devastating effect on the elderly and vulnerable resulting from Covid-19.
These proven liars are now the loudest voices who are insisting that a lock down is the only option. Accurate mortality figures are now becoming much more difficult to ascertain. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has been a reliable source for years but I find their website almost impossible to negotiate. This could be down to my inability rather than a more complex site.
So far as the Covid testing is concerned, the PCR test was not intended to be used in the way it has been, the inventor of the procedure himself said this before he sadly passed away in August 2019. The positive test numbers are therefore meaningless. Various statistical reports on mortality do indeed point to high numbers but they have a tendency to go back only 5 years. Shouldn’t statistics be compared with as much historical data as possible to reveal the most accurate representation? A report by Full Fact – not exactly a pro conspiracy organisation, seems to have a projection pointing to 2020 having the most deaths in a single year since 1985. I won’t dispute this but the differences in population numbers between 1985 and 2020 will be significantly higher.
These are the very latest release of general mortality numbers in the UK and Northern Ireland. If we ignore the spike in the middle of last year, the rest of the graph would look unremarkable. Certainly not a graph depicting a pandemic. It indicates that only England experienced increases in the last few days. Removing the cause and concentrating on the numbers, it would appear that last winter resulted in fewer deaths than normal and could account for the current higher figures. Fluctuations are normal.
The very high figures from mid 2020 appear to be extreme so that would suggest something unusual was occurring. The response to it by the Johnson government has not been inspired by concern for public health. Elderly Covid patients were returned to care homes at the beginning of the crisis which exposed thousands of the most vulnerable in society to further danger. This Conservative government (and many in the Labour Party) are con artists with posh voices. The only time they really worry about us is when they are vying for votes.
The margin by which the Conservative Party won the last election and Keir Starmer being leader of the Labour opposition have enabled the sort of corruption ‘the elite’ could only dream of. This crisis has allowed cronyism to flourish to unprecedented levels. Byline Times have revealed the shocking truth of Conservative donors and even close relatives of Ministers profiting from this catastrophe.
The reaction to a real pandemic wouldn’t be ‘what’s in it for us?’ … But Johnson and his unscrupulous friends have shared vast sums of money which the tax payers will be forced to pay back.
The virus is very real but so is the rampant corruption which Johnson has taken to new levels. If we don’t start calling them out on it and stand up for our rights, ours and many future generations will pay the price.