Lockdown [2]

This follows on, strangely, from part one.  A Floridian lady wrote yesterday:

I truly hate these types of signs and the loudspeaker announcements that are similar. “Big brother” telling us what to do, as if we’re small children.

That applies many times more in Brutal Bullyboy Britain. And from Serena:


Why now is one question on my mind and the answer is that one lady in 2000 spoke of the plan being the year 2020.  I do not consider she was debunked at all on the evidence I saw, she still might be but the point is – 2020 is when it came about, set into motion from late 2018.

Another question is why no hostile reaction from more people?  Trafalgar Square was certainly a reaction but I’m speaking of all major town squares in Britain filled on Saturdays?

Answer might be fear of consequences – these bstds above have really got the hooks in now.  Why?  How?  Why not in the 90s?  80s?  Why now?

In 2013, GCHQ received considerable media attention when the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden revealed that the agency was in the process of collecting all online and telephone data in the UK via the Tempora programme.[5] 

You’ll recall the Guardian ran with that one, one of their last acts on behalf of the people but now the MSM is completely owned by the very forces pushing all this.

Perhaps people were totally unprepared, not for a virus but for such a massive overreaction by govt on the strength of something planned in October 2019 [only discovered later].

A tweet I just saw:

Nikki:

I’m in a pub. First time in about 6 months. The owner was just telling me he had a drone flying over at 3 minutes past 10 the other night.