Here is the British kingdom’s list of “high risk” countries, from which it has begun to lock up every traveller who arrives in England:
● Black Africa: Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Cape Verde, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
● Latin America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela.
● Indian Ocean: Mauritius, Seychelles.
● Others: Portugal (including Madeira and the Azores), United Arab Emirates.
The listed countries are today being called “high risk” in the Guardian (“non-profit”), in the Independent (oligarch-owned), and in the regime’s own media (the BBC). The truth is that the list has nothing to do with the “risk” of infection. That is a vile lie. It is propaganda. It is Daily Mail heaven, which is heaven nowadays for the entire mainstream media. It is a dogwhistle. It is saying that if you are a black person who recently entered the country, or you like to go where there are lots of black people and you thought everything would be hunkydory when you got back, then you are a security risk, a danger to public health, a dirty bastard, and you should be locked up for the national public good, where no decent person will want to listen to you complain.
No? Well take a look at the reported deaths “with Covid” per 1 million population in the African countries on the list:
Cape Verde 248
South Africa 801
As you can see, there are 15 African countries listed. Eleven of them have rates below 150 per million. The top three have rates of 801, 540, and 248.
Now look at the figure for the United States, the British poshboys’ “head office”:
United States 1497
So the United States has a reported Covid death rate that is higher than in every single African country on the list, and more than TEN TIMES HIGHER than the rates in 11 of those countries. Yet the white-majority United States, from which I would hazard a guess that more passengers arrive at British airports every day than from all the African countries on the list combined, is not on the list. Why’s that?
Talk about “data experts”, eh?
Note that the usual term in English for a list of banned entities is a “blacklist”. But the media have been told to call this particular “banned” list a “red list”, where the colour red stands for danger. It is true that many countries on the list are outside Black Africa, including all 13 countries in South America. (They too all have lower reported death rates than the United States.) Nonetheless it is remarkable that as far as I am aware no newspaper has yet used the term “blacklist” in connection with the British regime’s “lock ’em up” list. Such is the double channelling of the messaging in the era initiated by Brexit and Trump. It must be exposed. It must be called what it is.