Britain Temporarily Loosens Lockdown Rules, Unclear If Other Countries Will Give Summer Break

What is that man doing on that aerobics team? Is he a tranny?

We’re at the point now where going outside to a park is accepted as a privilege, and not a basic human right.


It’s being dubbed Happy Monday, with open-air swimmers donning their wetsuits for the first time in months and rusty golfers doing their best to get their drives down the middle of the fairway.

England has embarked on a major easing of its latest coronavirus lockdown that came into force at the start of the year, with families and friends able to meet up in outdoor spaces and many sports permitted once again.

And, as if right on cue, the weather is turning, with temperatures rising to levels more akin to southern Spain at this time of year.

Under Monday’s easing, groups of up to six, or two households, can socialize in parks and gardens once more, while outdoor sports facilities can reopen after the stark stay-at-home order, which has seen new coronavirus cases fall dramatically over the past three months, officially ended.

After months of being cooped up at home, many people are relishing the prospect of being able to to enjoy their outdoor sport of choice, from tennis to open-air swimming. Organized team sports, such as children’s football clubs, can start up again too.

This is something that I had supposed would happen all over during the summer – that they’d ease restrictions and give people a breather, before coming back at them with “oh new strain, the vaccine doesn’t work anymore.”

However, it looked and still looks like some countries won’t be giving this break. It’s possible that the UK could revoke it at any time.

This whole thing is just a game. They can get as many or as few “positive tests” as they want at any time. That’s the way the PCR test works – they can adjust the number of cycles they put the same through. They’ve been doing that. You can look it up. The New York Times did a big article on PCR and the cycles in August of last year. That’s a good place to start if you haven’t been following this and you’re interested.

The Times concluded that 90% of the positives at that time were false positives. Then that topic of discussion dropped out of the news cycle. But you can go and look at see that they regularly change the standards for the number of cycles the PCR uses, which itself changes the number of positives.

But really, at this point in the game, is there anything stopping these government health agencies from simply releasing totally fake numbers, based on nothing? The entire health service, and the entire government apparatus for that matter, has become a black box.

Whatever. It’s all fake.

What is actually happening is a psychological warfare operation, where they are training people to live as totally controlled units in a machine.

That is what the QR code “vaccine passport” is about. It’s not actually about tracking you, because they can do that in a bunch of different, easier ways. It’s about getting you to personally submit to being tagged and tracked like an animal.

At the same time, there is a point at which people are just going to start snapping left and right and going nuts, so they’re monitoring that, and keeping you from getting to that point.

They want to keep people totally on edge, feeling fear and loathing, but they don’t want people killing each other or building bombs or whatever other nutzo actions.

They want to keep people’s mental health state in the orange.

Maybe in that chart, they’re okay with them being in the red. But they do not want totally unhinged mobs.

The UK has been experiencing heavy rioting, and not the government-endorsed sort, so it’s sensible that they’re giving people a breather.

They claim to have vaccinated nearly 90% of people over 50, but the Washington Post just published an article about a UK study published in The Lancet that says that even if everyone is vaccinated, you still have to do all of these measures. Basically the current position is that vaccines don’t change anything. That is before they start adding the “mutant variants,” which they are already adding.

India just found a “double mutant variant.”

That picture of that bitch on the news really sums it all up, doesn’t it?

The variants aren’t real either, they’re just messing around with the testing. You can’t really see a virus very well with an electron microscope. Here’s an article about the use of electron microscopes in viral detection, but they basically conclude that though you can see something there, you can’t identify much about it. (Some people claim that at least some of what is seen on the microscopes and identified as viruses are actually just pieces of broken cellular material.) But the way they are tested for it is by testing pieces of genetic material, using the PCR test.

The inventor of the PCR test, Cary Mullis, did say that it couldn’t be used to identify infection. But he also denied the connection between HIV and AIDS, and attempted to debate the right honorable lord protector of our bodies Anthony Fauci on the matter. So he was clearly a complete kook.

“He doesn’t know anything about anything. Nothing. And I’d say that to his face. The man think you can take a blood sample and put it in an electron microscope and if it’s got a virus in there you’ll know it. He doesn’t understand electron microscopy, he doesn’t not understand medicine, and he should not be in a position like he’s in.” -Kary Mullis, Inventor of PCR test and Nobel Laureate 

It’s on video.

Thankfully, he died in 2019, so he’s not able to go out there and spread his anti-Fauci, anti-science materials.

Fauci, may peace be forever upon him, is the greatest genius. He even predicted in 2017 that the Trump Administration would face a surprise outbreak.

Master of the Universe right there, folks. Predicting the future.

Ah, but what are you gonna do?

I don’t have any desire to be Mr. Bad News, any more than I have a desire to be Dr. I Told You So, but the fact is, this mania isn’t going to end. You do need to remember that, and if you’re given a breather, you need to use it wisely.

As I always say, if you get an opportunity to physically move out of the city, you should do it. I’m not familiar with all of the European countries, but certainly in America (where things are going to be a lot worse, generally), moving 30-40 minutes out of the city is something you can easily do and keep your job in the city.