On the 1st March, 2021 the Prime Minister and Health Secretary of the UK, Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock will beg MP’s to renew the Coronavirus Act that grants the government the power to cast dictatorial tyranny over the people they are meant to serve.
The Coronavirus Act first came into force in March 2020 and enabled the dawn of “Stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives”. The act has to be re-approved by MP’s every 6 months and was last voted on in October with a 306 majority in favour of passing the draconian powers. Matt Hancock said at the time that the powers were “still needed to keep people safe,”.
However, a smidgen of hope appeared for those who believe the draconian measures need to end, in January as MP’s were asked to vote retrospectively on the Prime Minister’s announcement of a third lockdown. Two MP’s submitted letters of no confidence in Boris Johnson and anger erupted among Tory backbenchers. They demanded the Prime Minister to outline exactly how he plans to return the UK to normality in the coming months. But the smidgen of hope was dampened as following a four hour debate, MP’s voted in favour of the third lockdown by 524 voted to just a measly 16.
But by mid January, MP Steven Baker wrote to colleagues and said Boris’s position would “inevitably be on the table” unless he sets out “a clear plan for when our full freedoms will be restored. There is no reason to think there will be any real resistance in Cabinet to the argument for greater and longer and more draconian restrictions on the public. This could be a disaster”.
This has left Mr Johnson in a precarious position as the group of one dimensional scientists he now serves will be ordering him to keep the country in perpetual lockdown. We already know this thanks to the Chief Medical Officer, Chris Whitty’s statement that they “may have to bring in a few restrictions next winter.”
The problem for people who are tired of living under dictatorial tyranny is that even though Tory backbenchers are starting to speak up, Labour are in full support of the draconian measures and have even stated the Government should bring in even tighter restrictions. So there is little hope that the extension to the coronavirus act will be voted down in March.
The Health Secretary has also told us there is no end to lockdown in sight as he stated it is still a “long, long, long way” before alleged coronavirus cases are low enough for lockdown to be lifted. But we know cases will never come down as long as they carry on using the PCR test to determine them at over 35 cycles. You can find almost anything you want to when running the test at this high cycle rate, even if it isn’t really there.
So as March arrives we can probably expect a lot of noise from the Tory backbenchers but Boris and Hancock will not be turned as they beg MP’s to carry out the orders of the one dimensional, doom-mongering scientists who are now really running the UK.