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Boris Johnson caught lying about UK “Passports”

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Boris Johnson caught lying about UK “Passports”
The Duran: Episode 935

Covid certificates on the cards for use in England since December

Covid certificates on the cards for use in England since December

A government-commissioned report in December examined how Covid certificates could be used to decide whether people should be allowed into sports events, pubs and other crowded spaces, months before ministers publicly confirmed the plan.

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Declan
Declan
April 8, 2021

Why can’t you guys do some alt tech exclusives where you can speak freely? I love the show but am tired of the self censorship.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
April 8, 2021

The government setting itself up for a major crash sounds about right to me. Britons will moan and grumble and complain and go along with things to a certain extent, but governments in the past have gone a bridge too far and pushed people over the edge into the good-and-angry zone. An example was Maggie Thatcher’s dreaded poll tax. Boris should be very careful not to create a tinderbox moment like that, which he could well do if his government’s cumulative authoritarian policies start adding up.

Greg
Greg
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
April 9, 2021

People use Thatcher’s poll tax debacle as an example of the Brits’ ability to rebel when they strongly disagree with an aspect of government policy. And perhaps the impending war on Iraq is another example of mass discontent. But I’m hard pressed to find other examples. We aren’t the French, who will take to the streets over the rise in price of a bottle of milk. Sadly, that isn’t the British way. I’ve found it dismal the way that most Brits are placidly swallowing the whole three act play of covid restrictions. I fully expect them to accept covid passports,… Read more »

FlorianGeyer
FlorianGeyer
April 8, 2021

Those whom control the money in any situation are able to control the figureheads of any country and business etc. Those whom control the money also use blackmail and threats and simple bribery to control their targets. Boris has more skeletons in his cupboard than most, so has he been compromise, together with the corporate classes and media as well as many of the UK political elite. Boris seems to have surrounded himself with rather a motley crew of ‘yes men and women’ . The IMF can effectively shut any member country down and we have also seen several presidents/prime… Read more »

Stan
Stan
April 9, 2021

The great political smell of bollocks

Guy
Guy
April 9, 2021

Boris Johnson lie ,really ! Preposterous they say .

Falcone
Falcone
April 9, 2021

With Boris parroting Klaun Schwab/Davos Crowd Mantra “Build Back Better” one may wonder whose side is he really on. Schwab and ilk control with money. Boris has a number of mouths to feed. How is he able to do this on a PM’s salary.

Why is Hancock delirious about a “new ” drug when a number of already proven Covid-neutralizing drugs/supplement protocols are available (HDQ and Ivermectin, etc). Why do we need injections anyway for an illness with a 0.03% death rate?

How does mRNA gene therapy fit with a doctors first sentence of the Hypocratic Oath?

Greg
Greg
Reply to  Falcone
April 9, 2021

Most countries are in lockstep with the Great Reset. As you say, with the low death rate it’s preposterous that our society has been placed in the deep freeze in the way it has. The covid passports are one more example of a totally unscientific rationale being used to radically change society. The vaccine companies have admitted that the vaccines won’t necessarily stop anyone from contracting covid. They have also fessed that they also won’t prevent anyone from transmitting covid if they have it. These two facts alone reveal that passports are really only about social control. What other utility… Read more »

Greg
Greg
April 9, 2021

I’m a Brit, living in Mexico. Six months ago my passport expired, but I discovered that the online system for renewing passports – which was fast and efficient for my partner when he used it pre-covid, had ceased to operate. Or rather, I received a message that I was welcome to apply but the passport authorities couldn’t say when it could be renewed. That was a flag to me that they were planning to change the system, and that proof of receipt of a vaccine would be part of that new system. They have indeed been planning all this. The… Read more »

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