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COVID-19 Conspiracy

just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you

this man is not running the country

After an initial period of believing everything the government said about the alleged coronavirus pandemic I became suspicious because nothing seemed to really make sense.  The numbers just didn’t add up ~ and the official story just goes on being a classic model for black propaganda.  In historical terms this virus is not that serious ~ if you don’t believe me the just look up the Spanish Flu epidemic.

Life went on as normal during the Spanish Flu ~ something the government is determined will not happen during the months and years that COVID-19 can be used as an excuse to grab draconian powers over the general population.  But why?

The answer is in the people concerned and became obvious when, out of the blue, Boris Johnson announced that wind farms could power every home by 2030.  So why the sudden ambition to make the UK the world leader in green energy?  And, why his sudden pledge at the UN biodiversity summit to protect 30% of UK land for nature as a ‘boost for biodiversity?

The main suspects are;

  • Professor Neil Ferguson, the government scientist who’s deeply flawed computer model predicted megadeaths if the UK and the USA didn’t go into immediate lockdown.  The philandering adulterer has a lot of previous when it comes to destroying society due to his erroneous predictions on the spread of infectious diseases.
  • Antonia Staats is Neil Ferguson’s adulteress mistress and a rabid green campaigner on such issues as catastrophic anthropogenic climate change.
  • Boris Johnson, the UK Prime Minister has no previous when it comes to climate change, (previous record in speeches), in fact his previous statements on the subject are all over the place.  Historically the position of the Conservative Party on man-made global warming is that it’s a load of bull crap.  So why the sudden change?
  • Carrie Symonds, is Boris Johnson’s girlfriend.  She is a staunch campaigner on green issues, most specifically for Oceana, a non-profit group focused on influencing governments’ policy decisions aimed at preserving and restoring the world’s oceans.  Oceana specifically promotes offshore wind farms, exactly as Boris Johnson has just committed the UK to make massive investment in.
  • Matt Hancock, is the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care.  He knows bugger all about health and social care, having read Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Oxford.  From 2014 to 2015 Hancock was a Minister of State for Energy, supporting the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change on such issues as carbon capture and renewable energy deployment.  He is very much in favour of green energy and reducing the UK’s carbon footprint.
  • Zac Goldsmith, Minister of State for Pacific and the Environment, and his connections pull all of the above together.  He previously worked for The Ecologist magazine.  Amazingly, (not), he is a huge fan of green energy.  Zac is the son of billionaire Sir James GoldsmithThe Goldsmith Foundation focuses on such issues as climate change and the rainforests.

The more we stay at home the lower England’s carbon footprint will become.  Is this just a coincidence?  BTW, there is no such thing as a coincidence.

Some say that we should all stay at home to Protect the NHS and reduce the spread of COVID-19.  And that we should avoid all but essential international travel.  All I know is that the government’s regulations have little to do with the coronavirus, and a hell of a lot to do with the extreme green agenda.

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jack collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

 

the real reason behind coronavirus lockdowns

Scenes on Sunday ~ Sea

I must go down to the sea again
to the lonely sea and the sky

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jack collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

Scenes on Sunday ~ Desert

when you’re in the desert, you look into infinity

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jack collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

big wide horizons out there

Scenes on Sunday ~ Oludeniz

some places were made for relaxing vacations

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jack collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

a nice pool helps when it’s 100 in the shade

Sick Flights

sometimes air sickness isn’t about a bumpy flight

My flight back from my vacation in Turkey was terrible, not because it was a bumpy flight, but because there were so many sick people on the aeroplane. Before we took off a whole family was deplaned because they were too ill to  travel, much tears and consternation.

They had been sitting just across the aisle from me.

Several other people were very sick for the whole 4 hour journey, and one middle-aged woman fainted and had to be given oxygen.

As I’ve been ill since I got back to the garret, I ‘m wondering if the trip was such a good idea, after all.

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Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

but Turkey is a great place for a sunshine vacation

Another Vacation Over

there’s no place like home

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Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

 

I’m exchanging all that for this

similar but a lot colder

Scenes on Sunday ~ Oludeniz

the paragliders are out in force today, squadrons of them

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Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

Orville and Wilbur might approve, but you will never get me up in one of those things

Vacation Mornings

it’s so quiet you can hear the sunrise

Saturday morning after the Friday night partying here, and only me and a few determined German joggers and powerwalkers are out and about.  They never look as though they are having fun.  Mayhap ‘fun’ is verboten.

The bread delivery man and street-sweepers are out and about too.  Only a Mediterranean people would think it a good idea to have a couple of guys with a dustpan and brush each set off to clean up a whole street.

And now it’s coffee time.

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Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

a few short hours ago this street was jumping

Busy Doing Nothing

sometimes I sit and think deep thoughts, and sometimes I just sit in the sun

day trips on one of these weird boats are fun

There are endless vacation activities here.  Boat trips with swimming out at the islands, boat trips to the mud pools or butterfly valley.  Parasailing and parascending behind a speedboat, if you’re brave.  Horse riding, jeep safaris, quad biking, scuba diving……

Personally, on this vacation I’m doing none of those things.  Fun acrivities are so much more fun if you have a close friend to share them with.

So today, it’s pool time for me.

There’s still the fabulous food.

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Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

Who dares gets a brilliant ride

Peace and Quiet

it’s so serene here by dawn’s early light

Nobody around at 07:00 except for the bread man, a few determined runners, the cats and dogs, and me.  I like early mornings.  Everyone you might meet is so much nicer at that secret time of day.

I also like a very early morning coffee, and I’ve found a place that does a good take out brew.  ’twas easy, because it was always going to be right next to the cab rank.

On my way back to the hotel the first paragliders came in.  They like the still early morning air and clear skies.  (and no, you’re not getting me up there, not without some moral support)

I have no big plans for today, except for time by the hotel pools.  Reading, sunbathing, swimming, daydreaming…….

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Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

It really is that gorgeous here

 

 

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