It seem a very curious thing that every ambulance on the streets these days feels the necessity to travel at high speeds with their sirens blazing. It is almost as though they are under instructions to do so.
Can this really be?
Why not; anything seems possible now.
With the global lockdown destroying the livelihoods of millions, suicide and domestic violence rates soaring, child hungry rising out of all proportion; and for what? A virus that the World Health Organisation’s own figures state has a 99.6% recovery rate.
So what is the justification for the censoring and arrests of doctors and health care professional for questioning state sanctioned ‘health’ guidelines, the implementation of curfews in France and Spain, the locking down once more of Wales, Italy, and others countries; travel restrictions between provinces in Spain, Italy and France and the systemic removal of civil liberties and right long enshrined in many constitutions around the world?
Not a rising death rate, no; but a rising case rate. A case rate based upon a test that detects that someone’s immune system has reacted to any infection and so maybe or maybe not the famous virus (that incidentally has yet to be isolated). So while the number of cases continue to rise as more and more tests are carried out, the number of deaths remain static at their very low level. This can be seen very clearly of this graph on the infection rate in Wales used to justify the oddly named Friday 23rd October 2020 ‘Fire Break’. The number of death associated in someway with the virus is in yellow.
So, perhaps the question is that if we are now living with an apparently non-lethal virus and the powers that be, at best are trying to save face and at worst are using this situation to concentrate power in the hands of the already rich and powerful; how long will the average person on the street allow themselves to be dictated to about who and what is essential in their lives?
Then what will the authorities next response be? Will the screaming sirens no longer be those of ambulances but of police cars and riot vans?
With the recent police actions at the anti-lockdown protests in London, Paris, Naples, Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Melbourne and others, perhaps we are already seen this change……