‘They’re Going to Starve Us and Freeze Us to Death’

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from 21st Century Wire:

Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA

On July 1st 2020 (over two years ago) a video appeared on my YouTube channel with the title ‘They’re going to Starve Us and Freeze Us to Death.’

The video was, of course, taken down within hours and was permanently banned.

I thought you might like to read the script. It explains what I was thinking over two years ago…

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UK government policies have plunged millions into fuel poverty (Image Source: Open Democracy)

Have you noticed how the unelected intellectual terrorists leading the way in the coronavirus hoax are keen on phrases to describe what they’re doing to us, and what they want to do next, when they’ve got us all neatly tied up and terrified?

I should explain, by the way, that I am perfectly serious in describing the proponents of the coronavirus hoax as terrorists.

Terrorism can be defined as using intimidation and violence in the pursuit of political aims.

Well, governments everywhere have been certainly using intimidation to pressurise us into being scared of their fashionable version of the flu bug. And if someone threatens to send uniformed men round to arrest me if I don’t obey their stupid rules then as far as I am concerned that is violence.

To get back to the phrases they have adopted to describe the world they want us to live in. First, there’s the new normal, of course, which should be the new abnormal because it bears absolutely no resemblance to anything I am inclined to accept as normal. I have nothing but contempt for people who are so supine that they willingly wear masks when popping to the shops or who would rather step off the pavement and be run over by a number 29 bus than risk sharing space with another citizen. I’ve been retired from medical practice for years and I took my name off the medical register a long time ago but I am thinking of putting it back on so that I can certify as insane anyone who wears a mask or does the social distancing dance on the pavement or in a shop. Masks dehumanise us and take away our human qualities. One of the saddest sights I’ve seen recently was that of two Ferrari racing drivers standing side by side, proudly wearing their masks. Oh, please. I can’t see Fangio, Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorn or Gilles Villeneuve wearing silly masks.

‘Excuse me,’ I will say, standing outside one of the new vaccination centres that they will soon be building on every street corner, ‘why are you wearing a mask?’

‘Gtrjsghe kehek mumble mumble,’ they will reply through the requisite number of layers of material, too stupid to know that all masks have pores big enough to let through any imaginable virus.

And then I’ll pull out a mental health act form and sign them up for a long, paid holiday in the loony bin. Another one bites the dust.

Then there is the green recovery which sounds far less fun than the pink recovery which I intend to promote when I have a spare minute or two, and no more meaningful than the purple with yellow spots recovery. I have never had much faith in green recoveries since a racing car team painted its car green and claimed it had done so in order to make clear its green credentials. How a car driven round and round in circles and using up a gallon every three miles can ever be green is beyond me. Still, racing car people live in a world of their own. I see that the Mercedes formula one team is painting its cars black this year in some sort of show of solidarity with black people though it seems to me to be more akin to virtue signalling via a paint job guaranteed to gain some publicity. I’m not sure what good a new paint job will do to improve people’s lives in Africa though I suspect it may all be something to do with the fact a young fellow called Lewis Hamilton who drives one of these things is very outspoken about black issues and what needs to be done. I’d have more respect for Hamilton’s views if he hadn’t buggered off to Monaco or Switzerland as soon as he started earning enough money to pay decent amounts of income tax and make a real contribution to the world. You can’t expect to have a voice in social affairs if you don’t contribute meaningful amounts of tax. Mind you, Hamilton also claims to be keen on environmental issues and yet spends his life flying around the planet in order to drive cars round and round in circles. But then all celebrities live on a different planet to the rest of us. Hamilton would gain a little admiration and respect if he gave half his annual salary to poor people in Africa – in lieu of paying British income tax.

And, of course, there is the global reset which basically means allowing a bunch of bossy fascists to decide what is good for us, what we should eat, what we should do with our lives and, in due course, what we should think and what we should believe in.

There is a war going on for control of the world, our lives, our minds, our souls and our destiny.

Talking of souls, I am very suspicious, by the way, of the various religious leaders who seemed surprisingly keen to shut down their churches, cathedrals, mosques and synagogues when the flu first arrived a few months ago. Why did they not feel that their congregations might need a little solace at a time like this? Most congregations have been happily practising social distancing for years so even if there had ever been any theoretical risk, there had never been any practical risk. Was it just simple cowardice and irreligious self-preservation which led to the betrayal of millions in their time of need, or were they helping to soften us up for a new world in which traditional religion is considered inappropriate and possibly even illegal.

We aren’t going to be allowed to have any choice in these matters because these unelected folk (most of whom none of us has ever heard of) know better than we do what we want. There was a time when the people used to vote and choose politicians according to their promised policies. Of course, it was understood that the politicians would lie and that very few of their promises would be kept; but there was a semblance of democracy in the whole business, and politicians knew that if they lied too much they would not be given power at the next elections. But the unelected ones who seem to have given themselves the power to decide our future for us seem to want to take control with no mandate from the people. Prince Charles, Bill Gates, George Soros and a variety of characters at something called the World Economic Forum have taken upon themselves the authority to decide what is good for us. In my view, these people are morally empty; corruption is burnt into their empty souls. A bunch of people who probably think they are all doing the right thing for the right reasons but who are all doing the wrong thing for the wrong reasons.

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