No rest for the wicked

And I must have been very, very wicked. I’m going to be working on books all through November. In addition to the Christmas anthology I have at least four other books in the line (my own will have to wait for December) plus an update to one of Mark Ellott’s – although he has taken care of the new cover which does take a lot of work out of my hands. His neice has been making his covers and she’s really very good at it.

Even so, it’s impossible to avoid the madness in the world today. The Covid game is crumbling, people who have accepted three jabs and still caught it anyway are now being told they need a fourth. I have received an invite, well, more of a summons, to go for a booster shot. I don’t know what it’s supposed to boost since I haven’t had the first one yet.

If they knew me at all, which they don’t since they don’t see me unless I’m at Death’s door, they’d know that sending me an ‘appointment’ with time and date, an option to phone up and change it but no option to say ‘no thanks’, will only end one way. I’ve ignored it. I will not be phoning in and I will not be summoned by some medical despot who thinks they can just boss me around. If they turn up here to stick things in me, I have a collection of things to stick in them in return. Some of which can be applied from quite a distance away.

I really can’t fathom how they have persuaded people to take three shots of some experimental potion within a year, and then, when they still catch the thing it’s meant to protect them against, the answer is to squirt more of it in. How many times will it take before people start to wonder if this stuff is doing anything useful at all?

Side effects are becoming clearer by the day. Oh they deny them, Dr. ‘Haw Haw’ Hillary on TV pretends everything is fine and rosy while young people drop with heart problems and blood clots. Well, it was a blood clot that killed my father. Long before vaccines, nothing to do with that – but if I’ve inherited a genetic predisposition to blood clots I am not taking anything that could increase that risk.

That’s just my opinion, of course. Anyone who wants the stuff can get it. I’m not taking it.

Well, but doesn’t that mean I’m going to be excluded from society? No nightclubs or football grounds for me – and soon no public transport of any kind either?

Pah. The smoking ban excluded me from society over a decade ago. I haven’t been in a night club in 40 years, have no interest in football, and really don’t like to be in crowded places. Public transport? Out here there isn’t any. I’ve been eligible for a free bus pass for over a year and haven’t bothered applying. Because there are two buses a day here, one at about 6 am and one coming back about 6 pm. Not, you might say, particularly convenient. So I can have a free bus pass, but can I have a bus? Ah… no.

Australia, especially Victoria under the iron fist of Kim Jong Dan, is now refusing to allow the unvaccinated to even claim unemployment benefits. Rather like the UK’s NHS – you pay in or they arrest you, but try to claim the service you’ve paid for and you won’t get it. Government policy based on the business model of the Kray twins there.

It gets worse. The UK government are setting up to criminalise the words I have written above. Any deviation from their narrative and you’ll go to jail for two years. For disagreeing.

All the restrictions on the unvaxxed are irrelevant. You might think, with your perforated arm, that you can be smug and look down on those of us who refuse to play this silly game. There are more shots coming – miss one and you’re back to the ranks of the unvaxxed. You might be twenty shots in but the moment you say ‘no more’ you’re one of us again. You get on this train, there’s no getting off. It doesn’t stop anywhere. The only way out is to get thrown onto the tracks at full speed.

Let’s say that, as unvaxxed, I have to walk everywhere and forage for berries and insects to survive. You think it’s going to be better if you take the shots? Then you haven’t been paying attention to the progression from Covid to the Church of the Green God.

‘You will own nothing and be happy’. They really mean it, you know. It’s not just words.

You will not be driving an electric car. Nobody will. You might get the first one but when the battery dies, it has a trade in value of zero. You have nothing to use as a trade in and will likely be charged for disposal of the highly toxic and potentially explosive battery. Or you can buy a new battery for much more than the car will be worth by then.

You will not have public transport because you will have no business going anywhere. You walk to work or work from home.

You will eat synthetic meat and mashed insects. Hunting your own food will be illegal, even picking a blackberry will be seen as stealing because you don’t own any land. The billionaires own it all.

You have no money. It’s just numbers on a screen and you will buy what your masters approve of, no more. Step out of line and your numbers are deleted. Eventually, your food will be delivered based on what your masters deem are your requirements.

There is a hope that this will fail, of course. The house of cards around Covid is trembling and I think it will fall. So it’s time to ramp up the climate fear. Again.

This time, there is a problem. It has become clear to many, many people that the government and media are lying to us and have been for some time. Trust in government, media, medics, police, even science, is collapsing. People are getting very, very angry.

So these people who are villified for driving a Nissan Micra and buying an occasional burger while mumbling through a mask are now treated to the sight of COP26. Hundreds of private jets, the posh gits all feasting on fancy food and patting each other on the backs, unmasked, 85-car motorcades, cars lining the streets of Glasgow with their engines running so those ‘important people’ can be ferried around in comfort and safety… and none of them need worry about the vaccine passport rules imposed on the rest of Scotland.

Well sure, a lot of people have nothing now. Do you really think they are happy?

Are they happy to hear Jeff Bezos declare that his little jolly into space made him realise how fragile the planet is? This wasn’t a mission to discover anything. It didn’t advance scientific knowledge one iota. It was a dick in a dick-shaped rocket pumping out CO2 so he could literally look down on us all. It acheived nothing more. It demonstrated that the rich can go into space for a look around, while the rest of us won’t be allowed to go into the local pub unless we obey their commands.

Boris told us that the world is going to fry if we don’t give up everything and live as 13rth century peasants. Well, ‘we’ doesn’t include him and his ilk, naturally. He’s getting a priivate jet from Glasgow to London rather than mix with the hoi polloi.

And of course let’s not pass over Jug-ears himself, the Prince who has people to dress him in the morning. He’ll be Charles III before too long and he is quite clearly determined to end the monarchy just like Charles I, and for the same reasons. The mood in the country – in the world – suggests he’s going to meet the same ending as his predecessor. This time there is unlikely to be a Restoration. This time is the proverbial ‘it’.

These people have really misjudged the mood of the people. We are mightily pissed off. For reasons too numerous to list – but the sight of the rich twats at COP26 telling us how we little people must suffer so they can continue living the high life might be the lit match in the boiling fat that’s been coming for some time.

‘You will have nothing and you will be happy’ they say. They are missing the point. They have failed, in their caviar-driven limousines, to see what they are really imposing on us all.

‘You will have nothing left to lose’.

This is always where times get interesting.

28 thoughts on “No rest for the wicked

  1. Excellent polemic there leggy.
    Will post links elsewhere.

    Just ordered another 2 tattie boxes of split logs for warmth when the grid goes down this winter, lots of instability I hear with the extra bird blenders adding stress.
    As the last proper cold snap was 2010 with a temp inversion over NW europe for a month & temps In tay valley @ -15 for 3 weeks, we are well overdue another Arctic blast in NE scotland.

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  2. Since I retired I’ve wanted to live long and claw back what I’ve paid in over the years: my mum’s family have been long-iived and I’m happy to fall in with that. Now I see that I have another ambition: to live long enough to see the hypocrites liars and shysters in Hellyrood and Wastemonster brought down by those who pay their wages.

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  3. I think a few demands should be made of the great Church of Climatology. The first, which won’t be approved, is to open source all of the climate change models. This will be denied immediately but this denial will immediately annoy the huge and aggressive Open Source community, who will see it as impertinent and disrespectful of the Great Stallman et al.

    I am not particularly bothered with the denial of open sourcing the climate change models; what I would like to see is code reviews done under heavy NDA protection, so that the actual modeling code cannot be disclosed without dire consequences. You see, I still remember reading the computer code released from the UEA Climate group, and I remember how bloody terrible it was. I also remember their shoddy data management practises, but even discounting those, the computer source code was absolute shite.

    The thing is this: we are being asked to trust self-taught programmers’ coding and spend billions on the outcome of this mostly self-referential group. It all needs reviewing. Urgently.

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  4. Quote “I really can’t fathom how they have persuaded people to take three shots of some experimental potion within a year, and then, when they still catch the thing it’s meant to protect them against, the answer is to squirt more of it in. How many times will it take before people start to wonder if this stuff is doing anything useful at all?”

    This is my experience from a family whose grown children are divided about “the shots”. Simultaneously, one vaccinated family got Covid – barely. One unvaccinated family got Covid – suffered greatly and frighteningly and are still getting over it. And you wonder if this stuff is doing anything useful at all? C’mon!

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    • My mother and I (both unvaccinated and content with said decision) got covid two months ago. The worst symptoms for myself were a bit of brain-fog and a wretched cough that appeared after our time in quarantine was up (it took a month and a half to shift). The problem that my mother had (and still has) is swollen legs due to blood clots caused by the spike proteins in covid, again appearing post-quarantine time (during covid it was fatigue and a slight cough). The end result of being treated (twice) in hospital for said water retention is to find that she’s allergic to most commonly prescribed blood-thinners. She’s still running the gauntlet of anti-coagulation clinics (yes, plural) prescribing stuff that makes her come out in a rash.

      The saying that ‘cleverness is knowing that a tomato is a fruit and wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad’ applies: making the body’s cells generate spike proteins is technically very clever (although I wonder how the spike protein production rate/quantity is controlled/terminated) but applying this indiscriminately en masse is unwise (read f*cking stupid), especially in the middle of a transnational epidemic.

      We remain comfortable with being unvaccinated given that the side effects (or primary modus operandi) of the clot shots mean that my mother would be dead and I’d really be struggling. I attribute my mild symptoms to being dosed up to the 11s with Vits C&D and Zinc.

      Yes I watch the mainstream media – but only to see what they’re omitting/distorting. It’s a pity that the enmentovirally-freundly lampposts aren’t strong enough to be Musso-gibbets. As for restrictions on the unvaccinated, I can live without foreign travel for some time to come and without Andrew Lloyd-Webber musicals (or musicals in general, No Wicked for the rest) in perpetuity.

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      • Quote – “clot shots mean that my mother would be dead and I’d really be struggling.” or maybe not. For me, it matters not if you chose the shot or not the risks seem the same, hence ‘vaccine passports’ are an illogical idea! What about the people – millions! – who have already HAD Covid? What passports for them?

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          • Given that the Blair person/organisation for global change had infiltrated the Department of Health (during Handycock’s time) with the aim of selling said passsport technology, we are only dealing with coincidence theory now.

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          • I believe ideas of how we are going to be controlled by invisible powers intent on removing every freedom, all our money, by destroying us, the people, via vaccination or other foul plot IS a conspiracy cult. Why the hell would you WANT to destroy your cash cows? I don’t believe a faceless planetary demon (Bill Gates or other) is out to do that.

            I am far more disturbed by real things happening, like the demands of Extinction Rebellion, Insulate Britain, Climate Change and Zero Carbon expectations. THAT will affect us all.

            I believe WE won’t let vaccine passports happen. We, the people, will stop them.

            QR-coded Digital ID Vaccine Passports are a conspiracy theory? Yes. They are not being rolled out to shackle us, but because they appear easier to put in place rather than the old fashioned non-technological certificates – paper. The idea is not new, it’s been done before in many countries. Just the technology is new. However, it won’t work. It won’t work because modern-day people are affronted by it. Not everyone has a new smartphone or even a smartphone, or even a phone!

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            • Hi Elizabeth.

              “ but because they appear easier to put in place rather than the old fashioned non-technological certificates – paper. The idea is not new, it’s been done before in many countries. Just the technology is new”

              Taking the many various past vaccines into account, which one ever required QR-coded Digital ID Vaccine Passport to enter Tesco’s to buy a pint of milk, or enter a pub to but a pint of beer?

              Another question, Scott Morrison the Australian premier, threatened the entire Australian nation with QR-coded Digital ID Vaccine Passports in Mid April 2020, six months before a vaccine was even developed by scientists, how did he know about QR-coded Digital ID Vaccine Passports six months before those scientists had even developed a valid vaccine?

              Maybe he is simply Psychic?

              Scott Morrison let that proverbial globalists cat out of the bag way too early, it is little wonder that at the latest pointless circus of World globalists useful idiots meeting the rest of the globalists useful idiots gave him the cold shoulder.

              As LI would strongly suggest, this is simply yet another globalist useful idiot finding out what happens to useful idiots when they are no longer useful.

              It has been said that Australia will be the first country to fall to those globalist psychopaths, personally, I still stand by that. Look at what is occurring to poor Australia presently.

              Australia is lost.

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              • “Taking the many various past vaccines into account, which one ever required QR-coded Digital ID Vaccine Passport to enter Tesco’s to buy a pint of milk, or enter a pub to but a pint of beer?”

                Good point!

                But that is not happening here.

                “Another question, Scott Morrison the Australian premier, threatened the entire Australian nation with QR-coded Digital ID Vaccine Passports in Mid April 2020, six months before a vaccine was even developed by scientists,”

                I would assume all governments have a crises plan. This is probably in most governments’ crises plans. None are psychic They simply have a worst-case scenario picture. Vaccines were expected and a Passport seemed like a good part of the plan.

                I don’t believe you, or any other conspiracy theorist could do any better trying to run a country or negotiate globally than the leaders you sneer at. Okay, it’s corrupt, it’s flashing power, the top leaders are elected remember and the rest are all out to further their careers. What team would you collect around you, if you got elected? What would your policies be? Would you run your country without any contact with any other country seeing you disapprove of globalism.? Or would you be forced to accept that this is a small planet consisting of many countries with whom you’d need to cooperate, trade, assist, negotiate?

                There are no “evil globalists” to insult and call idiots. There are simply leaders, people who have become current leaders good, bad, and indifferent trying to do their job. How would you do better?

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                • Good morning Elizabeth.

                  It is a bit early, getting ready to earn the state even more tax!

                  Off the top of my head, and before the first coffee kicks in, I would start with less government, not more.

                  Less tax, not more.

                  Oh, and disband the HoLs.

                  😁

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                  • Ooo nooo! They got you! Explains a lot. The frisson of fear and disgruntled vibes you listen to is addictive. It’s delicious. Pumps hormones.

                    You probably enjoy Dell Bigtree et al too.

                    PS I don’t think our Parliament is full of thugs, thieves or criminals as you posted. And if you didn’t vote, you got exactly what you deserve too. Its so easy to criticise – another addiction that pumps a thrill. Dissatisfaction feels so good and is so bad for people’s health in the end.

                    Get happy.

                    “Always look on the bright side of life!”

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                    • “And if you didn’t vote, you got exactly what you deserve too.”

                      But not what I didn’t vote for, no matter who you vote for, you get exactly the same.result. Which actually accounts for not very much. Voting for them only achieves one thing, all you do is to encourage them.

                      Stop it, it gets you nowhere, nothing, ever changes, nothing, diddly squat, nada, zero. You have tried voting for them, it gets us absolutely nowhere, now, try not voting for any of them, it’s pointless.

                      Would that be Dross #1 the Conservatives or dross #2 The Monster Raving Looney Labour Party?

                      No one, not even me, deserve any of them to be perfectly Frank.

                      Personally, I don’t want any of the same, I want none of them, ever again.

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                    • Not voting is not an option. Better to spoil your vote! A spoiled vote is an act of protest, whereas not voting means you have made yourself worthless. And that would be a shame.

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      • Quote – ‘cleverness is knowing that a tomato is a fruit and wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad’ – slightly off-topic I know, but if you dip slices of a good tomato in sugar, I find it tastes rather like melon – so try sweetening tomato and then try it in a fruit salad!

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  5. A bit off topic perhaps, new topic being “horror” stories. Not an *raging* aficionado, but some are better than others. Over the decades one sticks in my mind. Various parties wander on to some estate, and get captured and put in a dungeon. Every now and then, the proprietors come down and cut their limbs off for banquets. They’re particularly concerned that their meat is well hung. Story told from POV of a meat.

    Ring any bells? Author, title?

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