Care Minister Gillian Keegan told SKY’s Kay Burley this morning, that getting jabbed and taking the subsequent booster jabs is “your social responsibility.” Keegan’s statement echoed that of former Prime Minister Tony Blair. Speaking on the same programme yesterday, Blair said that having a jab is a”civic duty.”
Keegan told Burley:
“It’s a social responsibility to get the vaccine. That’s the most important thing to do. Get the booster and then behave sensibly!”
In other words, the vaccines and boosters will never be enough. Behave sensibly equates to keeping your distance from people and continuing to wear face coverings in certain settings. It never ends. Johnson said in the Summer that the success of the vaccine roll-out meant that life would quickly return to normal. I called bollox then and I call bollox now. Life is never going back to normal.
Speaking to the BBC earlier this week, Professor Adam Finn of the JCVI told the BBC that the jabs and boosters have a “modest” effect on preventing covid infection and passing it on. I wonder if they’re explaining that to people at the jabbatoirs?
“Madam, just before I administer this jab, which was rushed into production and has no long-term safety data, let me tell you that it has a modest effect on preventing infection and transmitting the virus. Still want it?”
It is farcical to claim that it’s socially responsible to have one. Mark Bajerski got it in one, when chatting with me on the radio show in the week. He said, “they’re normalising insanity.”
Indeed they are.