Mad Medical Tyranny

PUBS are set to be shut for FIVE MONTHS with Boris Johnson looking at extending the national lockdown.

Thirsty Brits were today dealt another blow when it was revealed punters may not be back in pubs until May.

Brits were ordered to stay at home until mid-February when the emergency shutdown was launched.

But now Number 10 is said to be looking at March 23 – the year anniversary of the start of the first lockdown – as a more realistic date to end the lockdown

So now we’ve been ordered to stay at home.

So much for being a free country.

It’s now just a complete medical tyranny. It all started with the medical tyranny of the 2007 smoking ban. And it’s just got worse ever since.

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6 Responses to Mad Medical Tyranny

  1. Clicky says:

  2. DP says:

    Dear Mr Davis

    An Englishman’s home is his prison.


  3. jaxthefirst says:

    Am I the only person who, as a smoker, has experienced a certain schadenfreude at seeing the rest of the population – most of whom at best turned a blind eye to the increasing and relentless demonisation and bullying of smokers, and at worst actively and loudly supported it (and all shades of grey in between) – now subjected to the same heavy-handed, accusatory, unreasonable restrictions and regulations as smokers have been for the past 13 years? Does that make me a Very Bad Person? Or does that just make me someone who is relieved that, for the first time in ages, someone other than just us are getting “the treatment?” Or maybe I just feel a bit smug because I’ve had 13 years to get used to it, to organise my life to accommodate or avoid it and to come to accept that there are some things that I just don’t enjoy doing like I used to and that I have to let them go. And, having lost those things and accepted that they’ve gone, there’s nothing that all these new lockdowns can take away from me, because from my life, they’ve already been taken!

    Or is it just me? :(

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