Schools nationwide in Lockstep with continuation of Lockdown Drills – Why? Hugo Talks

Reasons given in letter to parents from The Hamble Sch0ol in Southampton are tenuous.

The “rules” prevent parents from coming to school or speaking to their child on their phone.

Parents not allowed to contact the school.  All doors locked; no one allowed in or out except emergency services.


What is behind this?


7 Responses to “Schools nationwide in Lockstep with continuation of Lockdown Drills – Why? Hugo Talks”

  1. nixon scraypes says:

    A nearby primary school recently installed heavy duty, automatic, intercom controlled steel gates. The latest development is a big yellow defibrillator! Kids these days eh? In my time, if we had a heart attack, the teacher just told us to stop being silly, gave us the cane and we were fine ten minutes later.

  2. danceaway says:

    What you are seeing is so so sinister, nixon scrapes. Hugo Talks stops short of doing too much speculating, but I think he has a good idea and it is hideous. What he does say, though, is take your children out of school!! They are not safe, for any number of reasons!

  3. sovereigntea says:

    Over an extended period most schools have been equiped with perimeter fences & access control systems. This is driven by central govt “safeguarding” policy.
    Partly a cash cow & partly a sinister psyop inducing fear & compliance. £billions must have been spent.

    The majority of systems would if push came to shove be easy to defeat (wirecutters for instance).

    Why ?

    Given the current political climate might this be part of the state a US proxy preparations for war ?

  4. ian says:

    I personally know 4 primary school teachers. Not one has a clue about life, and all 4 are up the head teacher’s arse. I’m sure that if they’re told to jump it’ll be the old joke, how high.

    • sovereigntea says:

      Carreer path in many cases

      Attend school pass exams >

      higher education degree pass exams >

      teaching certificate / training pass exams >

      become a teacher.

      In many cases never having left the cosseted world of education.

  5. sovereigntea says:

    Safeguarding Responsibilities in Schools

    Section 175 of the Education Act 2002 sets out a requirement for schools – including nurseries, early years, and further education providers – to make arrangements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Furthermore, the educational standards board Ofsted place safeguarding at the centre of any inspection.

    School Security. You must have thorough security procedures and systems. This includes gates and railings to prevent strangers from entering the grounds, CCTV where appropriate, and policies for child collection. For example, if another family member is coming, use a secret word that only you and the family member know. You must also implement thorough security checks on your computer systems. These should prevent anybody from accessing your systems and confidential information, and stop dangerous people from potentially contacting your students.

  6. Aldous says:

    There are still a few idiotic businesses displaying ‘please wear a mask before entering’ that seem intent on financial suicide.
    I (and most) simply ignore going in them.
    The harm this lockdown crap and nonsense has done to our toddlers and young ones is incalculable.
    I still see brain-dead morons walking (and driving) about wearing these awful duckbill masks where they resemble Donald Duck.

    Q: What’s the difference between a piss-poor flying duck and a Covid-jabbed commercial pilot?
    A: A duck can actually fly.