Britain and France each have populations of around 67 million. Yet the reported rate of deaths “with Covid-19” in Britain, which was about the same as the French rate at the end of November 2020, trebled in December and January while the French rate remained about the same. Why?
Seriously, what else does the Telegraph mean when it complains that the rate of vaccine refusal among healthworkers in London is twice the average?
But funnily enough the Financial Times, a newspaper aimed not at the mass market but at the richer part of the business class, tells the truth, which is that a negative test result will be just as acceptable as vaccine certification for entry purposes.
This idiot wants us all to have “a day off” on the day that the pandemic-themed restrictions are supposed to end.
Never mind that Britain has never been part of the Schengen zone and generally speaking a country can’t issue a document that guarantees entry into another country, nor that the right of “habeas corpus”, which the English national myth used to describe as guaranteed by the Magna Carta, seems to have been torn up.
Yet the Black African countries are called “high risk”, whereas the white-majority United States isn’t on the “lock-up” list at all. Why’s that?
Food purchase will depend on prior vaccination? What do you mean that’s not about freedom? You get injected and then the health helpers give you a freedom passport! Slavery is freedom!
When have innocent people been locked up and made to pay a large sum for their own detention? Did Hitler do anything like that? Did Stalin? And many of the rooms at Travelodge hotels don’t even have windows that open. How does that sound, during a pandemic?
This is the first article in a series that tests readers’ understanding of what Britain is really like.
US president Donald Trump has tantrums. When he can’t get what he wants, he does the equivalent of going red in the face and screaming. That includes when he’s jealous. Two recent examples.