The speakers of both houses of Parliament will lead a one minute’s silence at noon tomorrow to mark a year since the beginning of the first lockdown and to remember those who have lost their lives to coronavirus.
This will be followed by a vigil tomorrow evening at 8pm when the public is expected to stand silently in their doorways and hold lit candles, phones and torches in a “beacon of remembrance.” Pass the sick bucket please.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle, Speaker of the House of Commons, said:
“None of us has escaped the ordeal of Covid-19, from the shock of having our liberties taken away, to the heartbreak of losing someone we loved.
So, a year on, it is right that we take a moment to reflect on what we as a nation have been through; that we pay tribute to the many lives lost and the families that mourn them, and we say a big ‘thank you’ to our NHS staff who have worked so tirelessly on the front line caring for people in need.”
Programming the public into believing that we are at war and that we are all in it together is an important part of the covid psyop. Collectively, we should grieve the fallen and celebrate the soldiers on the NHS frontline. It’s bollox, all of it, but it’s effective bollox.
Boris Johnson is a despot who has turned the UK into a police state. He has turned the country into what NHS Pathologist Dr. John Lee described today as “a bleak unnatural land where all our ordinary freedoms are locked away.”
His tyranny has destroyed far more lives than any number of viruses put together ever could. He has presided over a children’s mental health epidemic. He has imposed a death sentence on hundreds of thousands of people whose treatment was cancelled or suspended to free up beds for Covid-19 patients. There is a cancer epidemic now.
He has condemned seniors to die alone and confused, locked away in care homes. He has plunged millions of people into poverty that they will never escape from. I am boiling with rage as I type this.
I should stand with that useless barrel of monkey spunk tomorrow at noon? Absolutely not. I’ll be cranking up my Panasonic hi-fi separate system at 11.55 am.
I’ve got Slayer and Testament on standby. I’ll be opening all my windows and my doors and making some noise for the real victims of this scamdemic.