Monday, 14 June 2021

One last heave

COVID-19: PM to plead for 'one last heave' to freedom as he is set to delay lockdown easing by four weeks

Concerns over the Delta variant means last remaining restrictions are expected to stay in place until the middle of July.

I wonder how many people think it will work out that way? Far too many is my guess. It is more likely that we are being lied to and manipulated for some other purpose which isn't difficult to guess.


Sam Vega said...

He may be telling the absolute truth. The last remaining restrictions might go, once they have been replaced by other, new restrictions.

I reckon that if you wash your hands a lot, wear a mask, drive a Tesla, get some jabs, take the knee, and rip out your gas boiler you should get along fine.

Woodsy42 said...

I thought it was already demonstrated that if you were carrying a BLM or XR banner you were immune to transmission of the virus?

Doonhamer said...

Are they using the NATO alphabet, or the Greek alphabet?
By missing out Bravo and Charlie, or Beta and Gamma variants they are leaving a bit of uncertainty.

Scrobs. said...

I'm pretty certain that all the covids have been caused by wind farms, the Labour party, Harrabin and co at the BBC, and a new 'president' of the US, who is still floundering around in Dublin, after getting lost...

Ed P said...

As long as you're sitting down, you're safe, as the nasty nasty things hover 4' off the floor. But don't forget to put on your badge of compliance before standing up.

A K Haart said...

Sam - yes, I'm not sure how he'll do it but one way or another there will be restrictions we didn't have before the pandemic.

Woodsy - that's right, maybe some kind of armband would work too.

Doonhamer - if they use the NATO alphabet they might end up having to use India. That could create even more uncertainty.

Scrobs - I think Greta may have caused one too, but only a small one.

Ed - so if we all go around on our hands and knees we could be safe. In one sense that does seem to be the general idea.