5 Responses to “UK: 10 Years! / Lockdown News Roundup”

  1. ian says:

    Don’t get too optimistic about people waking up Hugo. Whilst I’m quite sure that well spoken well dressed types who look like bosses, teachers, politicians, who are awake, can get through to some, I can assure you ordinary, working class guys struggle. Perhaps I am really bad at it, but I have an extremely poor record. I attempted to waken a guy once, who I thought had a spark of interest. It backfired and he called me names and told people at work that I was a conspiracy nut etc etc. He went to live in NZ. A couple of years later, he sent me a drunken email saying how I was right and he was sorry. Nice, but. It’s hard to deal with.

    • Alan Vaughn says:

      “Don’t get too optimistic about people waking up Hugo. Whilst I’m quite sure that well spoken well dressed types who look like bosses, teachers, politicians, who are awake, can get through to some, I can assure you ordinary, working class guys struggle.”

      Hear! Hear!
      That’s been my experience too ian. If you really want to be reminded of just how hopeless the situation we’re in really is though, try to wake up a Filipino. Not sure who they worship more, God (nearly all are devout Catholics), or Rodrigo Duterte (I call him ‘Jew-dirtbag’): their tyrannical President who oppresses them possibly worse than Xi Jinping does his regime’s prisoners on ‘the mainland’ to the north.

      • Tapestry says:

        Duterte is still immensely popular. He closed down the media channel ABC by removing their licence. He fought off the CIA-backed Maute rebellion in Mindanao and gave full support to the army and air force. His anti-drug gang killing campaign was fully supported by the ordinary people who suffered the most from the drug gangs and addicts afflicting all their communities. Filipino middle class snowflakes were a bit embarrassed by what they call extra-judicial killing, and the CIA hated a good drug business being sent to the wall. Many see him selling out to China but unlike America who did nothing, there are now some good city roads which have ended terrible road congestion and improved life for millions of people – us included when we go there. As usual don’t follow main media which tells you nothing of his achievements – only giving him the Donald Trump treatment. Duterte’s daughter Sarah will be standing in the next election to continue the Duterte formula. I am sure the people won’t want the Yellows back. They seem to be more aware that COVID-19 is a scam there than they do in the UK by the way. Their lockdown is mostly coming to an end and life is returning to normal as it is in China. One advantage of a Christian country (mostly) is that they believe God is helping them, and they are less dependent on TV and politicians/Royals than British people. They are not all Catholics. Many, maybe one third are protestant. That is one side effect of the US occupation. Their weakness culturally is that they adore celebrities who are hired by the pharmaceutical companies to push drugs and vaccines. Child trafficking is a big problem from the country too. With leaders like Duterte not afraid to take on big money, there is still hope. Filipinos have amazing courage and stand together as families, communities and as a country.

  2. Aldous says:

    Hancock! Handjob more-like. Hands above the sheets and preferably wearing boxing gloves to double ensure the out and out tosser doesn’t go blind.

    I wish the hateful prepubescent-looking thing would stop sporting that hateful ‘bling’ accessory in its Savile Row lapel. NHS? A lot like the America Murder, I mean Medical Association methinks.

    Rumour has it that Doctor Matt Nutjob had aspirations to be a comedian before becoming Dr Death but everyone just laughed at him…they’re not laughing now!

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