Politicians Will Not Give Up New Powerseditor
Is Neil Oliver right? Have the politicians come to the point where they will not give up their newfound power over us all? Is this IT?
Now, to be clear, since the above interview took place, Sturgeon has backed away from extending the vaccine passports to pubs, restaurants and cinemas, but there’s no guarantee that this won’t happen in the future. She has that power. The key question is, should she have that power? Isn’t it time to restore the “old normal”?
Last word goes to James over on the YouTube platform, where he writes…
Very disturbing that our political and religious leaders haven’t spoken out about Austria’s mandatory vaccine policy. And very telling.
And so say all of us… I hope!
Here she is again – can’t let go of that power even though it means disappointing children at Christmas. They love to perform for an audience of parents and other family members, so this is very sad (to say the least)
From The Scotsman newspaper
Only half of Scottish schools have any active Covid cases, while “very few” have enough to be classified as an outbreak, MSPs have been told. The recent figures have been revealed as First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed in the Scottish Parliament that guidance has been issued to schools banning nativity plays and Christmas concerts with a live audience.
I’ve just seen this and can’t resist posting it. Hilarious opening paragraph…
ONE of the funnier comments I have seen about Austria’s reversion to fascistic form was from Konstantin Kisin of Triggernometry fame. Asked what he thought of the Vienna government’s decision to make vaccination compulsory, he said he respected ‘their right to re-enact their history and traditions’.
LOL! That is very funny!
The two men in the interview, Dan and Neil, are absolutely correct. The politicians are onto a good thing here, they can tell us all what to do, where and when, and are obeyed by the majority, without question. Since people enter politics to get into power, why would they give up this increased power? It’s like expecting somebody who won the lottery to hand back their winnings! It won’t happen. As has been said on this blog for a very long time now, this is for keeps. We are being ruled by diktat and as long as there’s no serious rebellion against it, it will continue.
I don’t actually blame the politicians any more – I blame the people who are wearing the masks and taking the jab. It’s their fault.
It’s also the fault of the pope and bishops who are failing to announce that we should not be terrified of death – unless we’re not living in accord with God’s law.
I completely agree – Nicola Sturgeon and the rest are not going to give up these new powers. That is obvious. I think they’re a permanent part of law now, if I’m not mistaken, the supposed “temporary” powers. They were never going to be temporary.
As is often said on this blog, and by Neil Oliver, unless we take back our freedoms ourselves, we can kiss them goodbye.
The forced removal of people from their homes in Australia, will soon be happening here. That’s where I differ from Neil Oliver. He thinks people in Britain won’t stand for the kind of enforcement happening abroad. I think they will. I see the deferential attitude playing out all the time. People just can’t believe that the politicians here would behave like Hitler, even though it’s actually happening in front of them!
I agree with you that Neil Oliver isn’t right about the people in Britain not standing for enforcement – I think they will. Not everyone, like now there will be a minority (maybe quite a lot) of people who will try to fight back but the majority will continue like sheep just doing what they are told. It really is frustrating trying to make people see that this is not about a virus any more, if it ever was.
I agree that the politicians won’t give up their powers. In fact, I think they’ll add to them and maybe start with this man’s suggestion that the unvaccinated be fined £1,000.
This is how they will get us to the internment camps, under guise of quarantining, as I’ve been reading on the Australia thread. This is how they’ll do it.
I think Neil Oliver is as eloquent, intelligent and perceptive, in his own realm, as Abp. Vigano is in his realm. As a bonus, he has a Rasputin-like intensity in his gaze which is almost hypnotic!
To answer Editor’s question, politicians (and let’s not forget bureaucrats, esp. “public health bureaucrats”) will not only NOT give up their illegally seized powers, they will be seizing new ones regularly. That’s because they are doing the bidding of the Satanists who are pulling their strings.
Commentators keep talking about the mass psychosis of those who obediently wear masks, lock themselves down, socially distance, and get the poison jabs and endless boosters. But what about the mass psychosis of those giving the orders? A smaller group, to be sure, but much more dangerous.
One hasn’t First to ask How that Horrible Wummin Sturgeon is going to Lockdown Scotland. One surely has to ask First how this Useless who as Neil Oliver says is devoid not only of Principles but of Morality got to where She is in anyhow.
Being devoid of morality and principles is the first requirement for being a stooge of the New World Order. Second requirement: love of money. Third requirement: love of power.
I’m quite surprised at the order you put things in, because I would imagine that love of power is first, because that leads to losing a sense of right and wrong in order to achieve it, and everything else would follow from that.
They even say that it is the power that is in play when sex attackers strike. It’s the power over the woman they are assaulting that they crave, apparently.
RCA Victor, Lily, et al…
Whatever the actual order of it all, it amounts to one massive DIS-order, but notice how it all quietly disappeared during COP26. There was no mention of the virus at all, not in my hearing, and nobody, but nobody, appeared in masks or with vaccine passports in hand. On the contrary, I lost count of the number of private jets parked just about in my backyard…
Yet today, we have Nicola Sturgeon warning that the situation is “precarious” – giving us a detailed list of what we must do if we are to enjoy Christmas (with no guarantee that it won’t be cancelled at the last minute, Santa eat your heart out!)
A few days ago someone said (to moi) “I can’t wait for this to be all over and we can live as we used to do”…
I didn’t have the heart to say “dream on…” And not just because it’s not great grammar to finish with a preposition 😀
This has just arrived in my inbox – the promised legal action, at last…
The above link leads to the original source, which is The European Union Times, where the comments are very interesting…
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