Update Recorded Monday, March 23, 2020

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23th March 2020

Londoners have a choice: either practice stay-at-home and/or social distancing or be put in lockdown with possible curfew; Harvey Weinstein tests positive for the coronavirus, so maybe he’ll get a new name and plastic surgery? National Guard in America is being deployed in New York, California, and one other state (Washington) to provide medical facilities; the virus is a money maker for some European countries as they are imposing stiff fines on people caught outside their home without a valid reason; the Pope has reappeared; the evil people most probably will not be brought to account, at least not in public, but maybe some will be disappeared; in Great Britain medical workers and senior citizens are allowed access to the supermarkets at the same time, which is courting a dangerous arrangement as far as spreading the virus to the elderly; this week is the lull before storm, if cases go up there will be more government restrictions enacted, if cases go down government will hopefully relax their bureaucracy.

Simon Parkes: Well hello, here we are again. It’s the 23rd of March and Monday, and we’re hoping this will go out sometime today, didn’t do an update on Sunday. We do need some time away from each other.

Well the weekend in Britain was interesting with so many people really not taking the virus very seriously and, you know, going out and enjoying themselves. The problem with this is that regardless of whether that’s right or wrong that the government has firmly put the ball in the people’s court by saying if you don’t do what we request or ask of you, then we’ll force it through and that’s the problem, that if people don’t social distance, two meters, two yards from each other, then the government’s got as it sees it, absolutely every reason to say well, you can’t do it, so will force the issue. You can expect all parks and gardens and ornamental places in the London area to be closed. They’re already starting it and that’ll be done, can expect a reduction in who’s allowed to use public transport. I can see all nonfood stores being told to close by this Friday, so literally the only shops in Great Britain that will be open will be the doctor surgery, the banks, and shops selling food and pharmacies. There might be a couple of other things that might be open, local town halls and things like that, but basically that’ll be where we’re going with this, that seems to be quite buttoned.

Still reading a huge amount about 5G. I think my point is fairly well made. It’s very clear where I stand. If you were to switch 5G on in a whole row of houses or a whole street, then everyone should get this disease, but that’s not what’s happening because it’s a virus. It is a virus that’s been transmitted. That’s why people are catching it from each other. They’re not catching it from an antenna or an aerial. You know, if you turn 5G on and you bathe 500 people with it, well then you’d expect 500 people to show the symptoms, or you know, 450, but what’s happening is you’re getting three or four in that group. That’s because it’s a virus. It’s a virus created in a test tube, and it passes just like the common cold does, or like the flue does. Anyway, that’s my point.

A few interesting things that have occurred, Harvey Weinstein, he was convicted of sexual assault and sent to prison, surprise, surprise, has developed the virus, so don’t be overly surprised, surprised, if it’s announced that he’s dead from the virus, and suddenly his body is spirited away, so it’s very interesting that he has been reported to have the virus. That’s a very useful mechanism for somebody then to say that he died, and then he was got rid of, but in reality, they just give him a new name and plastic surgery and all the rest of it. I mean he could well have the virus. He did stop off in a New York prison on his way, so it’s conceivable that he could have got it, but it’s also conceivable that people are looking for a way out here, and that’s an interesting point.

Reporting that, you know, New York governor has been successful in lobbying the president for the National Guard. The National Guard are going to be deployed to New York, also California and one other state, and they’re going to provide medical facilities, just as I saw on the M1 in Great Britain a few weeks back now, a great convoy of lorries and people were just telling me oh there’s nothing special in that, that’s normal, but I have enough experience to know the difference between standard troop movements and a medical facility being moved up the road, and that’s what was being moved up the M1. It was a medical facility, and so it’s interesting that in America the National Guard are providing 1,000 emergency beds in a makeshift hospital that will actually be using sports halls, arenas, and their own tented environment. They won’t just be delivering supplies and food, they will actually be, you know, providing service, so the National Guard deployed to New York, so the governor got his wish there finally, and in California and elsewhere. That’s very interesting because when the military become involved, it’s usually a sign that the civilian sector is not going to cope. Now in Great Britain that’s already occurred. You may not have picked up the news, but 1.5 million vulnerable people basically being told you’ve got to stay indoors for 12 weeks, and to make life easier for you, we’re gonna deliver you food, and in many cases the British Army are going to deliver that food to your door. For those people who are very vulnerable in Britain, don’t have anyone to look after them, these food parcels will be free, paid for by the state, by the government. They’ll be very basic I think, but at least they’ll be there for people who just don’t have the ability to either get out themselves or have someone to look after them, so we’re seeing the military beginning to take a domestic role in both countries.

The Prime Minister’s questions at the conference he does, there’s a very interesting journalist who asked him a question and said Prime Minister, you’re consistently said that Great Britain is about two weeks or so behind the Italian model, and he said that this journalist said that he looked at the figures and where Britain was at the time of the question, it was about two days ago, he said that if you were to take back two weeks and compare it with Italy, Great Britain actually had more deaths than Italy, and the implication being that two weeks’ time we will overtake the deaths in Italy, and I mean Italy hasn’t reached a 1000 deaths a day yet. I think its highest was 750 a day and we dropped back, yesterday it was 654 I think, but the implication is that deaths in Britain could reach 1000 a day. This is the problem I think for, not just the government, but democracy, because you’ve got these medical experts telling you this is going to happen, and you’ve got the military then saying, well you want us to do this, but we can’t do it unless you do that. So both the doctors and the military are saying in order to hit the model or hit the targets you’re giving us, we need you to push this society into much more lockdown state, and it’s interesting that in Great Britain the opposition party, the Labour Party, which is usually the party of freedom, you know, and TV establishment, it’s actually calling on the government to take more stringent measures. I never thought in my lifetime that I would ever see that, where the Labour Party is actually calling on the government to reduce the human rights of the British population. I think that just shows you what strange times we’re living in. Certainly in most European countries now, if you go out without a valid reason you will be fined, and talking about in I think in France or Italy something like you get fined 15,000 euros if you are repeat offender, just break the bank won’t it? So again, it shows that, you know, there’s money to be made out of pain. There’s money to be made out of disease, and everything comes back to the Babylonian’s spell, so if people don’t do what you ask of them, then fine them, fine them, and we make money on it. Okay, there’s a bit of humor in that, but it’s interesting how the money comes back.

I went to London for that special meeting that I did very briefly mentioned sometime about, and I thought that the congestion charge or the pollution charge, whatever they call it, was just a tax system only operated Monday to Friday, and I went down on Saturday, and I just got hit with a bill for 80 quid, which I’ve paid. I genuinely thought that, you know, this charging system was only Monday to Friday, and of course it isn’t, so there’s always money to be made in times of adversity. This is just very strange, so I think the important thing is that on a world stage there is a great deal of opportunity for anyone who’s with the good side to stop operating under this confusion and to try and take out, as again it’s a bit of a harsh word, but try to engage with elements which are pretty, poor, pretty evil.

The Pope has now come back into the public eye. I never for one moment thought he had the coronavirus, but he’s resurfaced I think because he’s obviously been assured that he’s okay, and that he can, you know, take the public place again without fear of being arrested. Always these talks about the Pope is, you know, going to be arrested or served with this warrant. That’s all nonsense, truly that’s nonsense, because if the Pope is, like he would have been served with this notice. It would have been done. A lot of people who get excited about things, and I can’t blame them because they’re a pretty evil bunch of people out there, and when we, you know, see any opportunity or hope that these bad people are going to be brought to account, then you know, we will, we’ll go with that, but what I have learnt over the last few months is that public hearings, public court cases, are not the way they wanted to go. Yes, there might possibly be some televised court cases at some point, but the real key makers, the real people at the top who are labeled as very bad people, they’re never ever going to be taken through the courts. It’s not the way that they’re going to do it, you know, that’s just the way it is, and I’ve had to accept that. So be very wary of people who tell you that this person’s got an arrest warrant against them, or you know, this, that, and the other, and you know, these people are very very powerful.

These evil people are very powerful, and anyone who can bring on an arrest warrant must have done so through the civilian courts. There isn’t a single civilian court in any country that would sanction an arrest against someone of a very high position. They just won’t. Remember that the courts are placed in there not to protect you or I, the small person, but they’re there to protect the system, and the elite, and the people in power. That’s what the court is there for, to make sure that the ordinary people don’t overturn the judgements, or the lifestyle, or the freedoms of the elite who have a completely different way of the world than we do. So I’m afraid that’s just nonsense. What’s more likely to happen is that somebody will just be... its boots on the other foot now. Somebody might become a suicide or retire from public life or just disappear or die of the virus. That’s far more likely than public hearings with court cases, so it’s very difficult then for those of us who are seeking the truth to try to pick up when this is occurring. If there’s no public confirmation of this, we can only go by what we’re hearing privately, and so it’s nigh on impossible for anyone to ratify it, to check it out. All we would get perhaps, is that individual is disappeared, and if that happens that’s good enough evidence. If a key person suddenly withdraws from public life, I think that’s all the information that we need to understand what’s occurred. So my message really I think is if we value liberties in Great Britain... which cat is that? That’s the white cat. If the whole thing falls down, it’s done it already once. He’s had everything off the table. If we really value the liberties and we don’t want the system, the state, to have any excuse to go in and take away our freedoms, as little as they are, then we better, you know, practice this social distancing. We better go out and just keep distance. If we don’t act in a reasonable way, then we are just playing into the hands of those who are pushing for martial law.

Now martial law in this instance might be great because it might give the good guys the time to run around and do what they need to do, but we’ve got to trade that off against the system’s understanding of what they gain out of it. In other words, if we are all put into some sort of martial law for twelve weeks, it might be very tempting at the end of that twelve weeks to extend it, and extend it and extend it, so let’s not give them that opportunity. Let us be much more sensible.

Now the other aspect I want to talk about, supermarkets in Great Britain and so mostly about Britain because why not? I talk about America or a lot. The problem with Great Britain is that we tend to react very quickly. That’s what British people do. They come up with a good idea, they react on it, and so at the moment most supermarkets between nine o’clock and ten o’clock in the morning or eight o’clock and nine o’clock have been opening for senior people, retired people, old people, vulnerable people, but they’ve also been letting in the police, the doctors, the nurses, and what’s happening is that nurses are working with these patients and then they’re going in, in the morning or what have you, into these supermarkets with 70–80–90-year-old frail people, and if one of those nurses has got the virus, which is highly likely, they’re going to pass it to the very group of people that they are supposed to be protecting. So the government needs to step in, and I would suggest that all nurses are given priority for home delivery. In other words, if you’re a nurse, a doctor, you should have priority, and there’s ways of checking it because you’ll have an identity card from the hospital you work at. Which cat is that? Now that’s the kitten-cat, Eric. If you have, you know, you’re a legitimate emergency worker, then the supermarket should be delivering to your door. You shouldn’t have to go out for goodness sake. If you’ve been doing twelve-hour shifts trying to save lives, and you then got to fight your way through half empty shelves at the supermarket, what’s that all about? So, you know, this is where we’re not very good as a nation at joining the dots up. It’s very easy for a fascist state or a communist state, that’s why China did so remarkably well, because they just went in and imposed their will, and the public just shrugged their shoulders and took it. Now in democracies they’re not so good at doing it so really, you know, the emergency workers should be receiving their food to the door. They don’t need to then go out to the supermarket, because many of these hospital workers are gonna have this virus. Have a case at the moment in Britain of a mum, a nurse, are three children, [mum] thirty-six years old, been working hospital for fifteen years, and is seriously ill with it. Of course Britain declared its youngest death from the virus, eighteen-year-old, so you know, it is serious. It is a virus that’s spread, and as unfortunately and sadly as it spreads more and more people will know of somebody who’s contracted it and has got it.

Please try and refrain from going to parties, groups. Just be more sensible. Do not give the government the excuse it needs to say “nobody out of the house unless you’ve got a piece of paper saying you can go out.” That’s not the way the British people are. We’re not like that. We are an island. We’re very credibly proud, very resilient, and even during the Second World War nobody did that to us. The only time anyone did it was Adolf Hitler and that must because airplanes were dropping bombs on us, so we would go and hide in the house, and when the bombs finished falling we’d come out again. This is peacetime and we were looking at the situation where we are told to stay in our houses and a curfew being put on. So let’s not give the government the opportunity to do that.

All right that’s it so far. This is the lull before the storm time This week is the crisis moment. I know the doctors and politicians aren’t telling you that. I’m telling you it is. This is the week where we will see what happens to a number of infected cases and the number of deaths. Now if they shoot up dramatically, then we can expect a lot more bureaucracy on top of us. If this is curved, this graph as they’re calling it, is much more gentle, then you’ll see the government easing off quite considerably. I think most of you in Great Britain have seen a huge increase in police officers on the street. I can’t go out. I don’t go out much, but when I go to the supermarket, what-have-you, there are police officers nearly everywhere, and the reason for that is they’re worried about looting. It won’t be long before somebody drives a digger through a supermarket to raid the shelves, not just to steal cash machines, but to actually start stealing from the shelves, and you know, that is a real possibility if the situation deteriorates. Okay, that’s it. Speak to you tomorrow. Take care.

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