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Freedom has Gone in the UK By Richard Miller (London)

     The UK has passed the Coronavirus Act, which gives extraordinary power to those who rule us.

     Here are some notes I received about this by email:

“Forced detention and isolation can be of anyone, including children, and for any amount of time. Authorities can FORCEABLY take biological samples from your body. There’s no clear access to legal rights from as-yet unidentified isolation facilities. Powers last up to 2.5 years. Lockdown powers could prevent protests against measures. State surveillance safeguards weakened. Protections from forced detainment and treatment under Mental Health Act lowered. Cremations can be enforced against personal and religious wishes. Changes to the court system. Registration of deaths. No inquests into suspicious deaths! No requirement for any medical certification for burials or cremations! It also indemnifies the health service should they fail for whatever reason to provide care. The most frightening part. Only one medical 'officer' is required to sign off COMPULSORY TREATMENT ORDER which means... in the real world you can be forced to accept medication. Or held down and injected with whatever is seen fit. THAT is the biggest and worst threat to your own freedoms. … Local Authorities will now be exempted from compliance with their duties under The Care Act 2014. Schedule 11.”

     That sounds like something out of the movie, A Clockwork Orange (1971). The establishment argues that the crisis is of such a severe existential level that these extraordinary measures are needed. Yet, they were not done in 1918 when a much more severe flu swept through the world killing many more than died in World War I. The danger is that the cure is worse than the disease, and freedom may never be seen again. Generations will grow up accepting that being a meat robot is all there is. How convenient for the ruling elites who seek to destroy freedom and agency at the best of times!



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