Updated: Oct 17, 2020

Going after politicians and officials will lead to you being next

I don’t hold politicians in high regard. In fact, in my books, I refer to them as turds since they float in what they talk. I met a great many and besides Mr. Mandela, the South African idol, few impressed me in any way. Most were there for their own gain and nothing else. Most were very insistent on their titles being used because they were empty vassals without them. All were failures in their chosen profession, be that law or ultimately politics. They will lie, cheat, and do whatever needed to be elected and re-elected once elected. They are lazy buggers unable to work a full day (making speeches is not working, it is talking crap, mostly). Most belong to secret societies (easy to spot when they make occultic signs and signals including the old and boring Freemasonry handshake). As a breed, well, enough said above. I found they are actually overly sensitive when told what they are and get offended rather easily.

My opinion on how they panicked into lockdowns and breaking economies whilst increasing their own salaries, bars, and acted with supreme disdain outside the rules laid down by them is a matter of public record in my blogs. Yet, it worries me when I see that French police raids taking place “on the homes of leading politicians and senior health officials as part of an inquiry into the government's handling of the coronavirus crisis.” Let me explain why. Negligence and its opposite, intention, have very definite meanings in law. Sometimes “negligence” – that is failing to do something when reasonably expected to do that – can become a criminal act. Let us say that the director of an old age home knows that his elderly flock is vulnerable to Covid-19, as they are, and fails to do anything to safeguard them, then he can be held criminally liable for their deaths. “Intention” is where he acts deliberately whilst foreseeing that his acts might lead to whatever happened. How did these incompetents act? Probably negligently based upon incompetence and a fear of failure. They would rather not try which in itself is an admittance of failure. Of course, the law is complicated and not for sane people, but I am sure that you get the idea of what we are dealing with when looking back at their actions or lack of action. It can be argued in many different ways.

Should it so happens that the officials under investigation started stealing and gave contracts to mates and family members, that is corruption, they should be hauled out of their beds and locked up. And let me assure you that billions are missing and wasted and gone forever. The fact that people died because of the thievery rarely means anything to the perpetrators. We should also not forget how the Israeli and US Intelligence Officials waylaid masks and other equipment to their own countries and they were stupid enough (low standards?) to boast about it. Was that thievery too? Yes. Ironically, France was the victim. Research a bit, it happened more than once. Or the US trying to buy an entire range of drugs in Germany for own and only own use. Yes, we saw the very worst in human behavior. We will leave the toilet paper craze in Britain out of it, for once. And all this was caused by panicking officials and turds. They absolutely deserve whatever is coming if found guilty after a fair trial. No sympathy. Zero.

But my question is this, where does this end? We have already seen enormous job losses and broken businesses with shrinking economies. We have seen how tech companies simply gave private tracking information to the authorities and we have seen the turds begging citizens to inform on their neighbors. In fact, they created a Fascist state and system within months where freedom of movement and association were declared of less importance than the safety of the public. Fair enough, but the death statistics do not add up to justify the “cure” as I mentioned in countless blogs. My fear is that the same police will come after you reading here, including me, should we refuse to download the tracking app, or be vaccinated until proven safe, and or inform upon our neighbors or wear a mask. They will use the same laws on us once done with a few expendables thrown to the wolves. After all, not one important turd died of Covid-19. Not Prince Charles (yes, he plays politics). Not Boorish Johnston who once described Hillary Clinton (2007): “She's got dyed blonde hair and pouty lips, and a steely blue stare, like a sadistic nurse in a mental hospital.” Mind, it is inherently wrong to abuse nurses with the otherwise accurate comparison, nurses do good work. And lastly, Mr. Trump survived too. So it seems that this illness does not bother the powerful much. Nevertheless, the going after the scapegoats reminds me of Anti-Nazi Pastor Martin Niemöller who said after being released from a Nazi Concentration Camp: “First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out – because I was not a socialist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out – because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out – because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me – and there was no one left to speak for me.”

I ask again, what is behind this sudden concern over negligence and incompetence? Why not worry about the economies and the thievery rather? I suspect this is only about new laws to abuse the citizen with. Time will tell.

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