Covid 19

Our freedom is so precious, yet we have taken it for granted. Our freedom is so valuable, yet so vulnerable. The restrictions on our freedoms by the Government during the Covid pandemic amounted to a major erosion of our rights and civil liberties.

Many people were affected in a lot of different ways since the initial lockdown in early march 2020 and this will no doubt echo well into the future.  We lost a dear family member in 2020, like many others around the country who had to feel the unnecessary heartbreak of being unable to visit loved ones during their last moments due to the restrictions imposed by the then Health Secretary Matt Hancock and those within Boris Johnston’s government and shadow government that voted for and stood behind these draconian measures imposed on the Great British public.

During that time an irregular reality that was created by social media, legacy media who through constant reinforcement of the repeated covid narrative expertly controlled from Government behavioral nudge units has convinced/forced/coerced/shamed quite a few people into taking an experimental drug that for many it has caused problems later down the line and they regret the decision’s made.

The censorship & suppression of alternative viewpoints/treatment suggestions that could have helped and now we know would have helped is beyond reproach.

We will campaign relentlessly to protect our civil liberties and freedom of speech. We must be able to debate, test and challenge different views, consensus thinking, scientific theories and the establishment approach in a respectful way.

Further, conducting a total lockdown in unison with the other western countries all controlled by the central banks using the guise of the emergency powers act brought in during a so called global pandemic which allowed Government to loan from the Bank of England £500 billion with interest attached. 

This eye wateringly staggering sum has caused very little public debate nor has been fully and openly costed for public scrutiny,  currently the BoE interest rate sits at 3%, this is expected to go up again,  as per usual it will be the British taxpayer that picks up the bill for the repeated mistakes of elected politicians.

If any laws have been broken, they should be held accountable to the full extent of the law.


You have a choice; you can stand on the sidelines & moan about everything that is wrong with the Country & the dire state of current politics, or, you can get involved and help us to make the changes we all need....

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