lockdown

Germany to ban large events until end of October (after which they plan another lockdown) – on and on it goes as always planned

A ban of large events, including fairs, will be extended in Germany until at least the end of October due to the coronavirus pandemic, broadcaster n-tv reported on Wednesday. It cited a document prepared for a meeting of Chancellor Angela Merkel and the premiers of the country’s 16 states. Separately, the chief executive of software…

Billy Te Kahika and the launch of a new political party in New Zealand in response to One-percent lockdown tyranny – excellent speech

Speech starts in English at 2.31 The first public meeting of our freedom and democracy movement, the New Zealand Public Party.

Lockdown Regime Deaths: The True Cost of LOKIN-20

The Lockdown regime, ushered in by the UK government on March 23rd and enacted into Law on March 25th, appears to have led to the premature deaths of tens of thousands of people in the UK. In my previous post LOKIN-20 The Lockdown Regime Causes Increasing Health Concerns we discussed the likelihood that the Lockdown would cause…

UK economy shrinks record 20.4% in April due to lockdown

The UK’s economy shrank by 20.4% in April – the largest monthly contraction on record – as the full impact of lockdown was felt. The monthly decline was outlined in figures reported by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The fall is three times greater than the decline seen during the whole of the 2008 to…

Zoos, safari parks and drive-in cinemas among English businesses reopening on Monday after insane and disastrous lockdown

Boris Johnson will set out details on Wednesday of which sectors of the economy will be allowed to resume on June 15, including the reopening of zoos and drive-in cinemas in England. Britain has already begun slowly opening for business after shuttering large swathes of the economy and ordering citizens to stay at home on…

Tony Blair calls for new ‘digital ID’ so people can prove their coronavirus ‘disease status’ alongside test and trace programmes as world eases out of lockdown

People will need a new form of ‘digital ID’ so they can prove their ‘disease status’ as the world moves out of lockdown, Tony Blair has said. The former Prime Minister said that only if people can show easily whether they are clear of coronavirus will industries like international travel be able to restart. Speaking at the virtual CogX…

COVID–19: The Big Pharma players behind UK Government lockdown

“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family tradition, national patriotism, and religious dogmas”. Dr George Brock Chisholm, who served as the first Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) from 1948 to 1953 In Part One of Who controls the British Government response to…

Isle of Wight MP Bob ‘the sausage’ Seely the latest hypocrite to break lockdown rules while imposing them on everyone else

Just a few weeks ago Isle of Wight MP Bob Seely was all over the national media after the Island was chosen to trial the Coronavirus Contact Tracing App, but he has now been outed for breaching lockdown rules by attending a barbeque at another person’s house. After The Guardian broke the story on Friday, Bob Seely admitted visiting a Seaview property with…