Partygate Marks End of Trust in Politicians, As Deliberate Needless Fear-Mongering Exposed…

Partygate Marks End of Trust in Politicians, As Deliberate Needless Fear-Mongering Exposed…

Editor writes…

Once again, Neil Oliver speaks the truth about this contrived pandemic and all that goes with it.  He’s made the point before – and he’s in a minority of one, as far as I can tell – that those who condemn Boris and his staff for their “hypocrisy” by breaking the Covid rules and ignoring the restrictions, are missing the real point.  Totally.

That they may be hypocrites is neither here nor there.  Who cares? We’re all hypocrites in one way or another, so you are ๐Ÿ˜€ No, that’s not the issue. The real message of Partygate and all the rest of the rule-breaking by the “great and the good” reveals something much more important than the hypocrisy of individuals.  It reveals that those engaging in these events know perfectly well that there was and remains nothing to fear, nothing to worry about, just as Matt Hancock and his girlfriend knew perfectly well that their illicit clinches were nothing to worry about – at least, not until their respective spouses saw the video.

Several key questions remain:

  1. When will the majority of the population grasp the fact that there is nothing to fear from the Covid virus that requires the removal of our freedoms and a switch to dictatorial governance, and that the people peddling the propaganda know this? Have known it all along?  When will they ditch their idiotic masks and stop co-operating with this nonsense?
  2. Will politicians ever regain the trust of the people?
  3. When will Churchmen take the lead in waking up the population to the fact that our freedoms come from God, not from any Government, and Partygate proves it, so to speak?
  4. Add your own questions and thoughts in the comments below…

Comments (38)

  • Lily

    I think anyone who still trusts politicians needs their head examined. It’s absolutely correct to say that the real lesson to be learnt from the Downing Street parties is that those organising them and attending knew fine well that there was no need for the lockdown and rules. People are still complying, though – and no matter what happens, the majority will continue to be terrified. Talk of a “screw loose aboot the hoose” cannot be exaggerated, LOL!

    January 16, 2022 at 4:58 pm
    • Margaret Mary


      I think anyone who still trusts politicians needs their head examined.”

      I couldn’t agree more, LOL!

      January 17, 2022 at 6:09 pm
  • Josephine

    Ask anyone what they think about Partygate and they say “Boris is such a hypocrite” or “bunch of hypocrites”. They don’t see the wood for the trees, that if any of those Downing Street people believed for a minute that the lockdown was necessary to stop the spread of a deadly virus, they would not have even thought of attending a party. It’s so obvious.

    January 16, 2022 at 5:25 pm
  • Nicky

    These people in the video just prove that the majority of the British people are shallow, unable to think in any depth. They’re all saying the same thing i.e. “one rule of them, another for us” to explain the parties, nobody saying that it’s obvious the Downing Street staff knew that there was no need for those rules, in the first place! Future generations will look back on this in sheer amazement. How could we have been so blind and so stupid?

    January 16, 2022 at 6:04 pm
    • Laura


      I met someone today wearing a mask who agreed that the real issue about Partygate was that the party-goers obviously didn’t believe in the need for the restrictions. When I asked why she was still wearing her mask then, she said due to work. The bosses require it, so that’s how they’ll keep this thing going.

      January 16, 2022 at 7:49 pm
  • Margaret USA

    Just wondering: Is the Magna Carta still being taught to students? If not, maybe it ought to be again.

    And on our side of the pond, we need to re-read the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and probably the Federalist papers.

    O Mary, conceived without sin, Patroness of the United States of America, pray for us who have recourse to thee!

    O Holy Apostle Andrew, Patron of Scotland, pray for the Scottish people!

    O Holy, Glorious and Victorius Great Martyr George, Patron of England, pray for the English people!

    O Holy David, Enlightener of Wales, pray for the Welsh people!

    January 16, 2022 at 7:12 pm
    • Laura

      Margaret USA

      I don’t know anything about the history teaching in British schools but if they teach about Magna Carta I imagine it would be watered down to equate to things like BLM marches etc.

      January 16, 2022 at 7:47 pm
  • RCAVictor

    Mr. Oliver is the most eloquent voice of truth I have come upon during the entirety of this nightmare. He hit on a key point, among other things: the attack on the family. As we know from Our Lady’s revelations at Quito and Fatima, Satan’s final attack will be against the family. That is because the family is the cornerstone of civilized society, not to mention being the domestic church. Destroy the family and you destroy civilized society – and sanity.

    Sanity has been replaced by insanity: the depraved lust for power. It’s really appalling how well-coordinated this attack has been.

    January 16, 2022 at 7:25 pm
    • Laura

      RCA Victor,

      I agree about Neil Oliver being an eloquent voice of truth in this pandemic, yet you won’t see him on the BBC! They are so busy peddling the lies coming from the “experts” that it would be anathema to them to interview Neil Oliver or anyone remotely of the same mindset. Anyone who doesn’t just shut up and accept the propaganda is a conspiracy theorist according to them.

      January 16, 2022 at 7:41 pm
      • westminsterfly

        If Nadine Dorries gets her way, the BBC’s days are well and truly numbered (and no, I’m not a Tory, I just approve of Nadine’s contempt for the BBC, being as it has nothing but contempt for the licence paying British public, unless you fall into one of it’s PC categories).

        January 17, 2022 at 9:55 am
      • editor


        I suppose we ought to wait to see with what Nadine Dorries plans to replace the licence fee. I can’t see us getting off the payment hook entirely.

        January 17, 2022 at 12:55 pm
    • Margaret USA

      RCA Victor,

      I just read that the perpetrator who took hostages in a TX synagogue and then killed was a British citizen according to the FBI. Thank God those poor people are ok.

      Here’s hoping that they’ll finally close the southern border. ๐Ÿ™

      Margaret ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

      January 16, 2022 at 8:16 pm
      • editor

        Margaret USA,

        That “British citizen” has been named as Malik Faisal Akram, which doesn’t have quite the same British ring to it as “Charles Smith”… ๐Ÿ˜€

        January 16, 2022 at 8:29 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      Yes, Neil Oliver is in a class of his own. I’ve never heard him say anything I disagree with (except he puts “Britishness” before his “Scottishness”. That’s a pity.

      January 17, 2022 at 6:07 pm
  • editor

    Hi folks,

    Slightly off topic, but I thought I would run this past you all…

    There are increasing calls for people who refuse the vaccine, like myself, those of us who do not want to participate in the medical (and social control) experiment, to be denied NHS help if and when we fall ill.

    Now, I’m all for that, as long as we have our payments INTO the NHS returned to us. That would allow us to explore private medical health insurance.

    If there is a good lawyer reading this, who may think that this is a possible class action suit, please speak up. I would gladly make this claim alone, but class action suits are probably more successful and even my unworthy, albeit glamorous self, photographed, in sombre mood, in the High Court in Glasgow may not be quite as successful ๐Ÿ˜€

    If you know a lawyer who wants to be in the running for top Scots lawyer of the century, get him/her to email [email protected] or forever hold his/her peace ๐Ÿ˜€

    January 16, 2022 at 8:27 pm
    • Reap what you sue

      I don’t know any lawyers but from what I hear, you will never get any Scots, or even UK, lawyer to go it alone on something as big as that. I think it should happen – if we are not going to be entitled to use the NHS because we won’t take the injection, then we are definitely entitled to our money back. It says on the tin, pay your taxes and you will be looked after. If the arrangement changes, then we get our money back, but I think only individuals who can afford to take the case to court, will stand a chance. You’re unlikely to find a volunteer lawyer to stick his neck out for this. Too afraid of possible failure. The “let me fight for justice” types are only to be found in the TV movies.

      I’d love to think such a court case could take place but the cynic in me says no way.

      January 16, 2022 at 10:05 pm
      • editor


        Oh, well, it was just a thought ๐Ÿ˜€

        If the authorities DO try to refuse me treatment due to my (non) vaccination status, I definitely will investigate how to get my money back. I’ve been paying into the NHS for many years now, and – thank God – have not had much occasion to use it.

        In other – very much related news…

        I’ve recently had two very good experiences with those bad capitalist private companies whose Customer Services Departments have gone way up and beyond the call of duty to provide me with improved service, so I’m not going to be accepting our socialist NHS taking my money and refusing to provide any necessary service that I may seek in my later life, and all because I refuse to take part in a medical experiment.

        Seems clear – “my body, my choice” only applies if I want to murder an innocent baby…

        PS – for the record, the “fight for justice” types, be aware, are ALSO found in John Grisham novels ๐Ÿ˜€

        January 16, 2022 at 11:42 pm
    • gabriel syme


      I think the increasingly vicious attacks on those who decline the vaccine are a way for politicians to divert attention from themselves and their decision making.

      Did you hear that, in Canada, the deranged Justin Trudeau had decried unvaccinated people as “racists and misogynists”.

      Truly unbelievable, especially from a man who has been photographed in “blackface” several times. Its interesting, though, to see how they believe they can provoke a desired public reaction and whip up anger, simply by deploying certain buzzwords. No doubt some of the bovine public did respond in the desired way.

      These unhinged political attacks on unvaccinated people increasingly resemble the attacks on Jews in 30s Germany.

      The great irony is that the despicable Trudeau is (of course) a great proponent of abortion and “my body, my choice” – but not when it comes to vaccines.

      January 19, 2022 at 10:11 am
  • Lily

    I can’t think of any solicitors who would take on such a case but I think it would be a winner. It would put and end to the threats of no health treatment for the unvaxxed if we were to get back the thousands we’ve paid into the NHS, The contract is, we pay into the service and the service treats us when we need it. If the government is going to break that contract, there must be a good chance of winning the case.

    January 17, 2022 at 2:32 am
  • Josephine

    Look who’s talking about big issues of trust and integrity… Nicola Sturgeon seems to have no self-awareness at all.

    January 17, 2022 at 1:51 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      Nicola Sturgeon lives in a world of her own. She has her own groupies and isn’t aware that the majority of people in Scotland have no time for her.

      January 17, 2022 at 6:06 pm
      • Marsaili Brigid

        I donโ€™t know why journalists are so soft with her. Sheโ€™s allowed to talk unchallenged and is only interested in advancing her one party state and totalitarian control of the population.

        January 18, 2022 at 9:57 am
      • Laura

        Marsaili Brigid,

        It’s a mystery to most of us in Scotland how the journalists do not question Sturgeon in any depth. She is let off the hook, all the time. Piers Morgan was the worst, on Good Morning Britain. He positively gushed when interviewing her, saying he admired her for coming out every day at her briefing and keeping the Scots informed. He seemed totally unaware that she was giving only her version of the information. He didn’t notice her dictatorial tendencies either. Some day, she will fall off her pedestal, and will be exposed for her deceit, and that will show the journalists’ incompetence up for what it is.

        January 18, 2022 at 10:33 am
    • gabriel syme

      Sturgeon is a rank hypocrite (what else is new?) – she didn’t call for Green MSP lapdogs to resign their leadership roles, when they were caught breaking the rules in an Edinburgh pub.

      January 19, 2022 at 10:06 am
      • Michaela

        gabriel syme,

        Sturgeon seems to manage to avoid all serious consequences, even when her incompetence is exposed in Parliament. Today, there is a report showing how little she cares about people, even those who worked for her and subsequently died under circumstances that require investigation.

        January 19, 2022 at 10:48 am
    • RCAVictor

      RE why “journalists” are so soft with your Head Fish and give her nothing but softball questions, the answer is that “journalists” are a charter members of the one-party state of totalitarian control, the bullhorn that barks, in this case, all the requisite fear-mongering propaganda necessary to keep the sleeping giant asleep. If it walks like a fifth column, talks like a fifth column, and acts like a fifth column, then…..

      January 20, 2022 at 4:30 pm
  • Marsaili Brigid

    Itโ€™s astonishing that anyone is still complying with these restrictions. It is now more than obvious that we have been lied to from the start and there have been so many things that just donโ€™t add up. Hereโ€™s another courageous priest who has been censored by YouTube, but thereโ€™s a link to the website with the unedited version.

    January 18, 2022 at 9:14 am
    • editor

      Marsaili Brigid,

      Very good homily by Fr Dufner but shocking that it is so blatantly censored by YouTube. I don’t know why they feel the need to do that, because the overwhelming majority of people in the western world have followed “the science” to the letter, and everyone denounces the “conspiracy theories”.

      Q Do you remember the last “conspiracy theory”?

      A That vaccine passports would be introduced.

      As if ๐Ÿ˜€

      PS There were a bunch of doctors and nurses and even an MP visiting Downing Street this week to hand in a petition against compulsory vaccination for medical staff… Silly sausages. Wait till they find out it’s just a conspiracy theory! They’re going to feel SO stupid!

      January 18, 2022 at 7:42 pm
  • editor

    Today, folks, I visited an establishment where I was asked if I’d like to take a mask (declined) and pointed towards hand sanitizer (declined) but said I would gladly accept an invitation to any parties being planned. That did raise a smile, so all is not lost in the Sense of Humour Department ๐Ÿ˜€

    January 18, 2022 at 6:51 pm
  • mary

    Here is a clip for your enjoyment. Isn’t the Dutch Prime Minister a slimeball . The woman in the background clearly is enjoying it.

    January 18, 2022 at 9:52 pm
    • editor


      “For our enjoyment”? That is one of the most hilarious parliamentary exchanges I’ve ever seen! Utterly priceless!
      Thank you SO much for posting – it has made my day!

      January 18, 2022 at 11:39 pm
  • gabriel syme

    Yes the scaremongering is ever more obvious. Politicians lack the courage to make form decisions, their main concern is “covering themselves” and the easiest way to do that is keep everything locked down.

    Look at this analysis, comparing ‘actual vs modelled’ data for the recent wave of infections:

    The model data is being described charitably as “too pessimistic” rather than “scaremongering rubbish”.

    In Scotland, the SNP regime has been caught several times now manipulating data, deliberately using old data and even unlawfully withholding data in order to prop up its covid measures. And do not forget the irresponsible speech of Sturgeon and others, about a “tsunami” of infections etc. All rubbish. Eg:

    The ease with which this SNP regime routinely breaks the law is of huge concern to me.

    It seems clear we have moved past whatever genuine health concerns there were (and, overall, these were also much milder than forecast) into a stage of political scaremongering and manipulation.

    I had to take one of my children for a covid test recently, as they had a temperature and cough. Obviously “just a wee bug” of the kind small children pick up, but of course in this brave new world we had to go for tests etc.

    We went to the testing centre at Broadwood Stadium. I have to say the people working there were very helpful and kind, however I had to marvel at the set up they worked in.

    It was like the scene of a science fiction movie, completely over-egged as if to play the situation up.

    More road cones than you could shake a stick at. All manner of warning signs with “keep your windows closed!” and other panicky messages, stark flood lighting like stalag 17, masked and gloved people milling around in fluorescent clothing etc. We even had to activate our hazard lights on the car, as we drove through it – as if to contribute to the hysteria. Had I witnessed people in space suits or HAZMAT uniforms, I would not have been in the slightest surprised.

    Quite a change when I needed a covid test, about 18 months ago – I had to sit in a large car park briefly and swab my nose – then drive off. Much less drama and sinister glamour.

    January 19, 2022 at 10:04 am
  • editor

    Here’s a conversation worth hearing – given the facts about the number of deaths caused by Covid, was the last two years worth it?

    What? Questioning the death count? Isn’t that the stuff of conspiracy theories? Gosh, Shock-Horror!

    January 19, 2022 at 11:59 pm
  • Lily

    This is an excellent example of a journalist doing what a journalist is supposed to do.

    January 20, 2022 at 2:01 pm
  • RCAVictor

    I love this guy:

    January 20, 2022 at 4:33 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I think if he cuts his hair by around 10 miles, he’d reduce his “stress”!

      I’m increasingly dubious about these claims to “stress” – apart from these poor (obviously stressed out) travellers…

      January 20, 2022 at 7:39 pm
  • editor

    The easing of restrictions in England seems to have struck a nerve with – not to mention the consciences of – some of the ever-so-pro-restrictions media buffoons, led by Jeremy Vine… Here’s Mark Dolan of GB News (who publicly cut up his mask on talkRadio) taking the mickey. Enjoy!

    January 22, 2022 at 5:02 pm
  • Theresa Rose

    Neil Hudson is in discussion about “A Terrifying Fact of the Vaccine”. He says that it is a Political Agenda not a Science Agenda. No wonder it is all about being controlled by the global elite.

    January 23, 2022 at 3:23 pm

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