I previously explained that "our democracies" are a farce; that we actually live in Rothschildland, and that the core of our failure is our blind trust in central banks. These central banks are not neutral, but are actually the tools of people who are devious, ambitious, and controlling. The social evils that confuse you, that you think are emergent problems that are hard to understand, are actually created by these central banks. They are a strategy toward a "world order" by creating problems and herding people into solutions. I explained how, in order to understand what's going on, you have to embrace the opposite of everything you believed formerly. I provided starting points to keep yourself informed when everything around you is a lie.

Today, Bob Moran, the excellent cartoonist, wrote the following for The Conservative Woman:

TOWARDS the end of 2020, editors of major UK media outlets were summoned, one by one, and not for the first time, to individual briefings at Downing Street.

Apparently, all the meetings followed the same format. Each editor was shown into Boris Johnson’s office, where Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance gave a presentation about how a devastating next wave of ‘Covid’ was going to kill 500,000 people and cripple the NHS.

The usual bogus decontextualised data and ludicrously misleading graphs were waved in their faces. Then the two witch-doctors slithered out of the room and Johnson instructed the editors to get behind a winter lockdown.

At this point, one editor decided to interrogate the Prime Minister. He said something along these lines: ‘Come on, you know as well as I do that all of that was complete nonsense. No country on Earth experienced half a million deaths in the first wave and they’re telling us to expect it in a second wave? There’s no justification for another lockdown – why are you doing this?’

Boris Johnson adopted a haunted and helpless expression, gestured towards the door through which Whitty and Vallance had just exited and said: ‘I’ve got to do what they tell me.’

I heard this story in early 2021 from a colleague at the Telegraph. I won’t name the editor it refers to, but I will say it was not a Telegraph editor. I can’t prove that it happened although I have no reason to doubt its veracity.

Related – an old Soviet joke:

A Russian and an American get on a plane in Moscow and get to talking. The Russian says he works for the Kremlin and he's on his way to go learn American propaganda techniques.

"What American propaganda techniques?" asks the American.

"Exactly," the Russian replies.