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The delusion is strong here, no?

About measles:

And third, since 2017 we have had governments that have sided with the totally selfish. We have only had to see their attitude to Covid, which is now one of outright denial and refusal to accept the need for vaccines to appreciate that.

Neoliberalism kills. It’s as simple as that.

Umm, what?

23 thoughts on “The delusion is strong here, no?”

  1. This from the lickspittle ‘Pilgrim Slight Return’

    I’ve adapted it:

    Agreed.

    I see how MMT ‘faith based’ ideology works in other policy areas.

    Last night I watched C4 news with a segment about what is going on outside places where Quantitative easing is taking place.

    Some of the MMT advocates and partisans of ‘Progressive Economics’ they interviewed were extremely scary people. It was a toehold into a very dark world where opinion trumps fact.

    Cunning trumps reason seemingly every time, turbo charged by emotion. It’s like talking to a brick wall.

    It’s a heady brew.

    As you say – utterly unable to recognise his own delusion – given the cost and damage of lockdown and the number of people killed by the COVID vaccine there’s a strong argument for charging him as an accessory to mass murder.

  2. We have only had to see their attitude to Covid, which is now one of outright denial and refusal to accept the need for vaccines to appreciate that.

    I am prepared personally to pay for and administer whatever jabs the silly cunt wants.

  3. @Rupert

    Remember, Lefties project. What they accuse you of doing is in fact what they are doing

    Hitler suggested this as a strategy in Mein Kampf.

  4. Bloke in the Fourth Reich

    It’s true tho. Here in the Reich, there was a bill laid before parliament that would have required everyone in the country to have covid vaccinations.

    Every 90 days.

    91 days, your pass is expired, you need a new vaccine before you can do anything.

    Forever.

    The neoliberal fascists in charge of the country (SPD and greens) were unable to get this bill through parliament. Therefore they are neoliberal fascists who deny the need for vaccines.

  5. Martin Near The M25

    What’s he talking about? They’re not stopping people getting vaccines. They can’t give them away. Or is it the voluntary aspect he objects to?

  6. “They’re not stopping people getting vaccines.”

    Actually they are. You can’t get a covid vaccine in the UK now unless you are over 65, have some illness that means you are especially vulnerable to covid, are a healthcare worker and a few other categories (such as carers and people living with a sick person who can have one). The broad mass of the under 65 public can’t get one, not on the NHS at least, not sure if you could privately. By a complete accident (most likely) they’ve landed on what the strategy should have been from the start. Or they know what the problems with the vaccines are and are trying to wriggle out of giving them without actually saying they are stopping them because they are dangerous.

  7. Actually a bit of googling suggests that you can’t currently get a covid vaccine privately (legally at least), though that may change this year. At the moment its NHS only.

  8. 23 August 2021: “The UK has now ordered more than 540 million doses of eight different Covid vaccines.”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-58307215

    That sounds expensive. Good job there are no downsides to Government printing as much money as it wishes and spending it as it likes.

    Still, it’s quite the climbdown: to go from ordering enough vaccine doses to inject every adult, child and baby in the UK eight times over, to the position outlined by Jim above.

  9. Paul – Still, it’s quite the climbdown: to go from ordering enough vaccine doses to inject every adult, child and baby in the UK eight times over, to the position outlined by Jim above.

    Yes, it’s quite the change in tone since a Kurdish man called Nadhim Zahawi was on telly every day threatening to exclude British people from normal society.

    It sounds mental to even say it, but that happened and the majority of the population was happy to go along with it.

    Fannies by Gaslighting.

  10. One has to conclude that the authorities now know very well the dangers of the vaccines. Their actions make it clear that they consider that not only does the vaccine have no positive impact on the under 65s, it must have an active detriment, otherwise why stop people from getting them voluntarily? Its obvious that there are plenty of people under 65 out there who would happily jab themselves every 6 months until kingdom come, but the authorities now won’t let them. It can’t be money, most of these jabs have already been paid for, as Paul mentions above, and anyway its not going to be that many doses. So it can only be because they consider any benefit is outweighed by any harm.

    Similarly they steadfastly refuse to release healthcare data that they 100% have that would prove once and for all how effective and safe (or not) the vaccines are. There’s only one reason to not release that data, and thats because they know it shows the exact opposite of what they have been saying for the last 3 years. And that tallies with the above decision to withdraw the vaccines from c.80% of the population. And it tallies with their behaviour over the AZ vaccine which was completely withdrawn due to safety risks, but done so entirely in secret – one minute they were jabbing away happily with the AZ vax, and the next they weren’t but no-one ever said why that was. Again, it can’t have been money – the AZ was cheaper than the mRNA ones and easier to store and distribute, so there was only one reason to withdraw it, it was dangerous.

    By their fruits ye shall know them…….

  11. @Jim

    You can’t get a covid vaccine in the UK now unless you are over 65…

    Primary jabs: 6 months to still alive
    Booster jab: 5yo to still alive

    NHS: 75 not 65

    Ask for a private prescription, go to pharmacy and buy. Go back to Dr and pay for jabbing or go home and jab yourself

    Actually a bit of googling suggests that you can’t currently get a covid vaccine privately (legally at least)

    Nope, still allowed. What’s your source

  12. Jim

    Like Pcar would be interested in your source. Klaus Schwab and co are looking to reduce the global population by 5 billion and vaccines that kill are an essential pillar of that so removing them is a big step.

  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-67013322

    Pfizer and Moderna both said to be investigating getting permission to supply their vaccines privately in the UK in 2024. The article definitely states they are only available via the NHS booster programmes currently.

    https://www.scotsman.com/health/private-covid-vaccine-uk-4449952

    Definitely states the covid vaccines are not available privately in the UK, only via NHS.

    Now it might be the case some dodgy doctors are supplying them privately, but its not legal.

  14. @Jim

    I put more trust in the BNF COVID-19 vaccine than msm:

    Booster programme
    Should be offered provided that there has been an interval of at least 3 months from the previous dose, to the following individuals:
    – residents in care homes for older adults;
    – all individuals aged 75 years and over;
    – individuals aged 5 years and over who are immunosuppressed

    No mention of “NHS only, No private”

    Anyone have access to MIMS for their take?

  15. Well I personally know of a 65 year old who was offered and took a booster jab, so its definitely not restricted to the over 75s.

    Here’s the gov.uk site saying exactly what I’ve stated:

    https://healthmedia.blog.gov.uk/2023/08/08/covid-autumn-booster-vaccine-2023-everything-you-need-to-know/

    Over 65s can get vaccine boosters.

    It may still be possible for under 65s to get a primary vaccine jab, ie if you are unvaccinated you could get your first 2 jabs. But if you are jabbed already, you don’t get any more.

  16. @JIm

    One bit of government contradicing another – no surprise

    BNF is the UK drug bible all medical workers must adhere to, be they state or private: dentists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists…

    On 1st and 2nd jab, BNF says yes. Still pushing them for pregnant women in addition to boosters. Killing babies is a good way to reduce population and state costs as is killing the elderly

    Who is this fool that wanted aother jab? Labour voter?

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