Wednesday 8 July 2020

WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD CUMMINGS? - A short blogpost and one vital video

I was shocked this morning. That doesn't happen often. But when I opened Steven Walker's SKWAWKBOX, read its message, and watched the video, my mouth did open and my jaw fell a little. Yes, I was shocked.

First, here is the man we should be concerned about:

This man is hungry for power. He is narcissistic. Compare Johnson and Trump. His name is Cummings. 

And here is the message and the video:

'Extraordinary warning to UK's head of military - that an unelected adviser will go to war on armed forces
(Tuesday 7 July - 22.05)

Video from a meeting of the parliamentary Defence Select Committee has emerged showing Tory MP and committee member Mark Francois threatening the chief of the UK's armed forces that Dominic Cummings will 'sort you out'.
That's an unelected adviser - and one only recently disgraced in the eyes of much of the population - essentially going to war on the armed forces personnel of this country - and
Francois shows no sign that he is being anything less than serious:
This is a clip that in all likelihood will become a definitive moment in the history of excessive and anti-democratic power in the UK.'

Am I afraid of the big bad Cummings? No. But I am very afraid for the future of our country. Please do whatever you can to spread the word about what fearful things are happening in our land.

This is writing on the wall that requires no additional material. The more that watch this the better.


  1. I have always seen Boris and Cummings as a 2 for 1 deal - or buy one get one free..
    I do not remember any of the coverage prior to the election saying that if Boris won Cummings would also move in rather like the Downing Street cat. Lean mean and ready to prowl ..

  2. Did anyone actually vote for this package deal?
    All that is needed in the horror story are the 3 witches stirring the pot - hubble, bubble, toil and trouble .. have these characters been cast in this pantomine yet?

    1. I've boiled the story down to two witches, cross-dressing, in chapter two of my next literary venture: 'Dying to Know'.