There is something rather dreadful about opening the paper each day, from Monday to Saturday, to see what the figures are for deaths from the Sars-Cov-2 virus. I am doing so because I have a need to know, as a Jeremiah prophesying against this misgovernment we are suffering. The man in No. 10 and his cronies will be studying the same statistics each day to calculate how much longer they can afford to wait before bringing back restrictions within our society.
|My thanks to the Guardian newspaper for this brilliant cartoon|
Remember what my blogpost on Saturday 4 September revealed, courtesy of an 'i' article - see this link here:
The 'i' article by David Parsley quoted these words from a 'source':
'The Prime Minister is minded to implement another lockdown or new restrictions only if the figure of annual deaths looks like it's going to go above 50,000. That means deaths from Covid of 137 a day, or just under 1,000 a week'.
Well, yesterday's death toll stood at 140, so we are already in the land of lockdown or new restrictions - and perhaps a return to sanity. But be sure, the man in No 10 will not act until it is way too late to prevent more unnecessary deaths."
I find all this so appalling. That man in No.10, by his actions and inaction, stands responsible for the loss of around 155,000 lives in this country. And now future policies are being decided on the number of bodies being wheeled from the wards to hospital mortuaries, even as we are all encouraged to live life as