‘Telling families who they can see is some dystopian nightmare’

November 10, 2020

NOT ACCEPTABLE: “In which world should it be allowable that you can’t see the people who brought you up, cherished you, looked after you, gave birth to you? The State should not be able to stop you seeing your closest family members. It’s like some dystopian nightmare.” – Former Cabinet minister and MP for Tatton Esther McVey.

COLLATERAL DAMAGE: ” We have to learn to live with it and not to hide in fear of it but actually to stand tall and confident and to face it. Let’s face it, if you have a sick economy, you have sick people. If you have a dead economy, sadly you have dead people.” – Chairman of the Reform Party Richard Tice speaking on the reality of lockdowns on the population.

FEAR PORN: “A lot of us want to safeguard our constituents and our country but I want to do so with pragmatism and common sense and not out of fear. We’ve had fear and doom, gloom, death, destruction rained down on us every single day. Television, news, here, every single day. Where’s the hope for goodness sake?” Richard Drax, MP for South Dorset, addressing his colleagues in Parliament after voting against the second lockdown.

 

 

 

SOME voices speaking out against the second lockdown who are usually perceived to have hearts of stone have proven to be the more compassionate on highlighting the human collateral damage being caused to their constituents.

Whilst most MPs decided to abstain or vote for the second lockdown, 34 Tory backbenchers, four Ulster Unionists and one Independent MP, decided to vote against it and they included MP for South Dorset Richard Drax, former Cabinet minister Esther McVey and getting out of the present lockdown is a key aim of the new Reform Party, formerly the Brexit Party.

Its chairman Richard Tice spoke to Juliet Hartley-Brewer on Talk Radio and said they are going to follow the lines ploughed by the Great Barrington Declaration, pioneered by Oxford professor of immunology and epidemiology Dr Sunetra Gupta, and said that is where the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies and the Department of Health should be heading.

‘Barrington Declaration was Government’s original plan’

“It is effectively the sort of approach that has been successfully adopted in Sweden and is now not seeing a second wave or a surge in cases or deaths. We believe that is right way and what you do is focus protection on the most vulnerable, those who need shielding in a concentrated way.

“Let’s remember this was the original strategy of the Government, to build up a level of immunity through the population. You cannot eliminate this virus.

‘Without investment there is no public services’

“We have to learn to live with it and not to hide in fear of it but actually to stand tall and confident and to face it. Let’s face it, if you have a sick economy, you have sick people. If you have a dead economy, sadly you have dead people.

“If you don’t have a healthy economy, you don’t have any money to invest in our wonderful doctors and nurses who provide the front-line services. It is as simple as that.

Mr Drax quoted from an open letter sent by 400 health professionals to the Belgian health department and said their national media in a recent Parliamentary speech on the recent restrictions and how they needed to have a major rethink, as they did here in the UK. He was one of the 39 MPs who voted against the second lockdown.

‘What are we doing to our country?’

“If we lock the country locally or nationally again, will the virus disappear? As it clearly does before popping out to strike us down at 10pm.

“What are we doing to our country? Lives and livelihoods ruined, families town apart, our economy falling into an abyss and students wondering where they go for Christmas, curfews and restrictions. A major rethink is needed and fast before we do irreparable harm.

‘We know the daily fear, where is the hope for goodness sake?’

“A lot of us want to safeguard our constituents and our country but I want to do so with pragmatism and common sense and not out of fear.

“We’ve had fear and doom, gloom, death, destruction rained down on us every single day. Television, news, here, every single day. Where’s the hope for goodness sake?

“Let’s stand up as a country and fight this. We have never ever laid down before in the face of disease or war. Let’s together, fight this, and get our country back on its feet. “

‘State has no right to stop you visiting close relatives’

Speaking on Instagram, former cabinet minister Esther McVey said this: “Since March, in one way or another we’ve been in lockdown, and that means some people haven’t been able to see their mums, their dads and really close family members and that really is not acceptable.

“In which world should it be allowable that you can’t see the people who brought you up, cherished you, looked after you, gave birth to you? The State should not be able to stop you seeing your closest family members.

“It’s like some dystopian nightmare. So what I’m saying to Government is, we need to lift the lockdown. We cannot keep everybody locked away from their lives and their livelihoods. Come on, start working how to get out of the lockdown. “

  • THE transcription is based on Richard Tice’s interview with Juliet Hartley-Brewer on 2 November and should be viewed and read as such.

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Oscar Talks November 12, 2020 at 11:55 am

Yes, I was pleased to see Richard Drax’s name among those Tory “rebels” who voted against lockdown.
There was another by the name of Huw Merriman (I think it was) who said some encouraging things in a speech in the House of Commons while the disgusting Matt Hancock visibly scowled at him.
So there are one or two respectable ones, Charles Walker and Desmond Swayne have stood up and stood out, but sadly they are not enough in number unless the idea builds momentum and spreads to some of the others who are largely Blairites and other leftists dressed in a cloak of being “Conservative”. We need a paradigm shift in the mindset of the UK population, but people are waking up and cottoning on so I am confident this culture war can be won.

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CCD November 12, 2020 at 11:56 am

Locking down is meant to cause catastrophic rates of poverty

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Marina Knife November 12, 2020 at 12:08 pm

Why are people surprised … HOW DO YOU THINK NWO
one global government – one global judiciary – one global tax combine
is going to be achieved? Firstly get them used to credit – issue credit cards in a decade or so people will be so used to building their lives on credit & loans

Hey Presto! Pull the plug on them …The DEBT TRAP
The middle class have preened and thought themselves, so much better than the working class.
“Oh they’re trying to destroy the middle class”

Yes & how did the acquisitive middle class enthuiastically help them.
the credit class middle class? Not traditional & cultured middle class WITH VALUES. People have been churning out information ON AGENDA 21/30
for 40 + years definitely since the internet & mobile cell phones
became standard retail products

Agenda 21 are the reasons they are driving people into smart cities
killing off local, especially rural economies. Oooh I luv m’ ALEXA” – “MY HEATING IS BLUE TOOTH” –

400, 000 Countryside Alliance supporters marched in London, more than 100,000 that marched across the country – *** NOT IN LONDON*** against the Iraq War. And Who got the publicity? Suburbia and urban metro smug-bugs actually believed press hype it was a march “for” fox hunting. Hunting; the same morons wasted over 768 hours of House of Commons debating sessions on anti-fox hunting – the fallacy of the “anti-toff” BBC bigrade. It was about people’s right to farm & not have their communities destroyed by urban sprawl.
But successive generations in their spurious ‘superiority’ out of a Basil Brush level ignorance and BBC representations of the ‘country bumpkin’ believers – who actually believe they discovered ‘health food’ and ‘alternative medicine’.

Food is a tool in a war so its distribution. Watch what happens in the planned 29 November truckers strike in the USA. Wait for the results.

How long do the suburbanites and urbanites think they will last without food being delivered? Add in: Enforcing central finance dependence – in other words bankrupting all going concerns other than corporates and globalist-controlled entities

Haven’t people noticed ever tightening restrictions for decades stricter planning regulation – homogenised town & cities shopping malls filled with same old chains. All the same the world over – same architecture – even size and choice of brick colour.

Majority were so confident & quick to ridicule & label people “conspiracy theorists” – “Tin foil hat wearers” – a resurgence of the usage came in the 1980s – along with “GLOBAL VILLAGE” the real give-away – “PERSONNEL” changed to “HUMAN RESOURCES”

Every dumb Tom Dick and Harry was yelling ‘tin foil hot’ seemingly unaware that the phrase was coined by the Pentagon and CIA a counter the national disbelief of the official story of ‘The Magic Bullet’!.

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Drou Etna November 12, 2020 at 7:08 pm

We just need someone with charisma and a rallying slogan – not Nigel Farage.

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