Boris is silent in Chequers, and not one Minister dares to discuss openly the release of the lockdown, despite the evidence growing that its effects will be catastrophic. The Ministers who have been given the role of working out the release strategy cannot be named ‘for security reasons’. This is yet more evidence that Boris’ ‘illness’ was an assassination attempt – either poisoning or a 5G hit.
FRONT BENCH today
Raab and the Government’s advisers are likely to come under further pressure today for refusing to discuss how the lockdown might be eased. While other European countries have been open in their planning while under lockdown, the UK government has taken the line that it will distract the public from the “stay at home” message.
There are, though, questions over whether the Government actually has a plan yet. The Guardian reports that the absence of Boris Johnson has meant that a coordinated central strategy has been delayed, with ministers working on their own theories in isolation.
There has also been criticism of the secrecy around the “Sage” group of advisers, whose membership the Government is keeping secret for “security reasons”, and what factors it is taking into consideration. That follows a report from the Resolution Foundation that the economic fallout from the lockdown could be far worse than ministers are expecting.
Who are they afraid of? Who are the killers?
Boris must now be well aware of what is intended for him by these enemies of the state. And so will the others in cabinet be. It would be nothing new in Britain for politicians to be terminated when they oppose war or other Illuminati programmes – Robin Cook, John Smith and more recently Michael Meacher. Another possible under Thatcher was Airey Neave. The Brighton Bomb nearly removed her and Normal Tebbit, with her key enemies staying in a different hotel, obviously well aware. Political murder of Prime Ministers and their key advisers in modern times is unfortunately nothing new.