The end to facemask nonsense?
Let us hope so, though now that government has arrogated to itself the power to enforce facemask-wearing, the “requirement” can be re-imposed almost at will in the future.
If I recall aright, when I had a Twitter account (before a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018), that idiotic and unpleasant woman blocked me too. after tweeting rudely and wrongly about me.
Exactly. Anna Soubry, once MP for some boring Midlands constituency (should have been “Plymouth and Angostura”!), is a hugely irritating, once hugely overrated nuisance, who is so pickled that she has little chance of being infected.
As to tweeter @SaraThornton1, whoever she is, the clue to her psychology is in that line “he knows I’m upset but couldn’t care less“, meaning “I am a social Stasi operative; I get angry and frustrated when someone does not obey my demand that he complies with what I want him to do…“
In any case, it is now known (from a large-scale study in 2020) that someone would have to travel 11,000 times on railway journeys to be likely to contract the dreaded virus. Any risk (of contracting something (something which is harmless anyway to the vast majority) is minimal.
What strikes me is the politeness, not of tweeter @SaraThornton1 (who strikes me as the sort of rude presumptuous bitch who, in the First World War, would approach young men not in uniform and insult them while giving them white feathers), but of the train passenger that she harassed. Pity that she did not get a sharper and more direct rebuttal.
Regular readers will know that I regard the Labour Party as now having no real purpose, function, identity, or belief. A niche party for the blacks and browns (though the Muslims are now following the white English in jumping ship), and for some public service workers, Twitter twits etc. The marginal victory of Labour at the Batley and Spen by-election (procured by shameless dishonesty and —possibly—interference with the ballot papers), changes nothing. Labour is still doomed.
As those regular readers of my blog will also know, I have little time for the misnamed “Conservatives” either, but it occurs to me that if Boris-idiot were inclined to gamble on a general election now or soon, between now and mid-September would be a very good time to hold one. Labour would probably lose half its MPs.
The “optional” there, though, refers (I think) to the notice, not to the mask itself, so the tweeter is or may be mistaken to that extent.
When I saw the government scientist, Chris Whitty, accosted recently by protesters, I was uneasy, but now that I see that the bastard is still pushing the facemask nonsense, alongside the extreme-Communist woman, Michie, any sympathy that I might have felt has been…muted. Very muted. Bin these idiots. Their interference in Britain’s society and economy will probably never be totally remedied.
The USA, as presently constituted, is not working for most of its citizens.
A rather odd woman, who worked as an NHS doctor for only a few years, and who makes her pre-school-age children wear facemasks even when going for open-air walks. Cruel, in my opinion.
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I had a similar problem (a heated discussion) with a young American black woman when I was in the Caribbean. She, semi-educated, would not accept that white British people had ever been slaves (as well as serfs, indentured labour etc), both in ancient times and more recently (a couple of hundred years ago).
Some blacks want to be “unique sufferers”, just like Jews who think that they (actually, other Jews) were the only ones to suffer in WW2. What they really want is ongoing privilege. The blacks want the same.
That accused woman should have left her comment online. Still, at least she, unlike many, has refused, it seems, to crawl before the enemy.
The accusers should suffer. It does show, though, that Labour’s day is done. They only get elected now via huge online campaigns and via inertia. The recent Batley and Spen result was interesting. Not many, I think, white English voted for Kim Leadbeater, though some obviously did. Most white English abstained from voting, and most of the rest voted Con. The blacks and browns, mostly brown Muslims, voted either for Labour or for Galloway. Labour won narrowly, possibly helped by some shenanigans in or around the counting.