“The rules are simple: once you go in, you don’t come out.”
This is a great time to watch the educational documentary Escape From New York and prepare for what’s coming.
Britons could face a £5,000 fine if they leave the UK without a reasonable excuse under new coronavirus rules coming into force next week.
The legislation for restrictions over the coming months, as the Government sets out its road map for coming out of lockdown, was published on Monday.
The new laws come into force on March 29.
International travel is already banned under most circumstances in the current lockdown, but according to the new laws non-essential foreign travel will be banned until June 30.
The law says no-one may “leave England to travel to a destination outside the United Kingdom, or travel to, or be present at, an embarkation point for the purpose of travelling from there to a destination outside the United Kingdom” without a reasonable excuse.
It suggests anyone who breaks such rules could face a £5,000 fine.
According to the legal document: “The Regulations also impose restrictions on leaving the United Kingdom without a reasonable excuse (regulation 8).”
There is also a £200 fixed penalty notice for failing to fill in a travel declaration form – giving person details and reason for travel – for those planning to leave the UK.
“Because I am a free adult person” should be considered a reasonable excuse, but here we are. You cannot leave your home if they don’t allow you to, and you cannot leave your country if they don’t allow you to.
This was on the rulers’ schedule from the start. It was easy to see this coming when they started talking about immunity certificates last year.
The plan is that no one can move around unless the government authorizes it or supervises it in some capacity.
They’re building a total control grid.
They want to keep track of everyone in real time, with the pretext that they need to know who enters into contact with whom “because these viruses just keep popping out of nowhere!”