Monday 3 August 2020


Time for an update on the distressing story of just how bad our misgovernment has become.

First, in case you have missed it, a chance to hear the incoherence and intellectual meltdown of a minister of state in this government of toadies, cobbled together by Johnson and Cummings. My thanks as ever to SKWAWKBOX:

According to Hancock:
  • there has to be a border to the lockdown areas, but the virus doesn't care about borders
  • the virus spreads in gardens but not in parks
  • homes are a dangerous source of viral spread, but indoor workplaces are ok
  • travel outside the lockdown zones is ok, but it's also not ok
  • the government's law on lockdown and its guidance on lockdown say different things, yet Hancock uses them interchangeably - but it's all 'really clear'
  • you can go to the pub where strangers are sitting, but not with friends or family from a different home
This is not satire. Listen for yourself.

And again, in case you missed it, here's another example of how the BBC becomes ever more exposed as an establishment prop, beholden to those in power. They did at
least remove this creation of theirs after a cascade of mockery and alarm - but who are the guys in the organisation giving the instructions to produce this propaganda for the Johnson/Cummings show?

Broadcaster with supposed commitment to impartiality published video showing Tory Chancellor as superhero 'on a mission to save the economy' - but quickly deleted it

But when its toadying content led to widespread comparisons with North Korean state propaganda, the BBC panicked and deleted both a tweet and an article on its website containing the embarrassing nonsense:

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