‘Covid’ Ops: It's going to be a bumpy ride

Eyes wide shut to all the fake news

‘Covid’ Ops: It's going to be a bumpy ride
From Wuhan to Hollywood: join the dots

If I’m being honest I’ve completely lost track of how long UK citizens have been in lockdown as a result of this “Covid” operation perpetrated by our lords and masters.

A quick Google search reveals Boris Johnson made his proclamation on 23 March, so that makes it around a fortnight that everyone in the country has been bombarded by the propaganda sweeping the airwaves. Save lives, stay indoors, protect the NHS… but the government is doing far too little, far too late to manage the needs of front-line workers caught up in this phoney state-orchestrated malarkey.

Personally it’s not changing my schedule a great deal, since the beginning of 2020 the storms and grey skies had been more than enough to keep me bottled up in my cocoon.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m angry about what I perceive to be a totally unnecessary loss of freedom, but the effects on me personally are nothing like those being experienced by people in all walks of life across our nation… and many others whose politicians and science experts have taken them down similar paths.

I miss my Tuesday night poker in my local pub, I miss the odd journey to the city centre to catch the football televised at a favourite watering hole... but other than that my groundhog day began at the turn of the year.

I’m a pretty solitary person by nature, I enjoy a beer, or 10, every once in a while but have never been one to drink much at home. That’s why I miss poker and an occasional excursion to the smoke, that’s the perfect amount of socialising for me.

Until a week ago I’d hardly heard of Jeffrey Epstein, Kabbalah and David Icke, who was a distant memory from the early days when he was a BBC sports presenter. I wouldn’t describe myself as much of a reader either, documentaries are more my genre.

I’ve always enjoyed sci-fi movies and historical works covering the last two centuries as well, but I’m really not interested about the gossip surrounding those who star in them.

I’d confess to having a huge distrust of any politicians, no matter what their party affiliations and the pre-Christmas Brexit election is the first time I’ve voted in 20 years... perhaps the third time in my lifetime.

I’m certainly not someone who’s seeking enlightenment but my nature and journalistic background compel me to search for answers and from the moment Wuhan was locked down my sense of smell went into overdrive.

It was clear that whatever was causing the problem there was going to spread to the rest of us, flights from China arriving in London, New York, Paris, Rome; thousands of people trotting the globe every day... what the hell did the authorities think was going to happen.

Then as one domino after another toppled in the name of “saving lives” the smell got stronger and stronger and soon our freedom was lost.

I’m not one to turn to social media on a personal level, as a business and propaganda vehicle I recognise its uses, but a few things caught my eye. A Facebook post ushered me towards Icke, which led me to a Terry Wogan interview and now I’m in over my head… the dots are all joining up but this machine that’s in motion is now virtually impossible to stop.

Alas my digital footprint is so miniscule I present no threat… our dependence on social media has become so powerful and concentrated in the hands of so few that once the panic button was pressed there was no going back.

I’m convinced an Event 201 simulation in October last year was the precursor to test the immense power these people hold over the information we are fed and now we’re experiencing the full brunt.

It’s the intelligence services and wealthy oligarchs spreading the fake news, with dissenting voices being lost amidst the piles of panic and propaganda controlled by the powerbrokers at Microsoft, Instagram, Twitter, Netflix, Zillow and a whole host of financial conglomerates and media outlets trapped within this web of deceit.

The shots are all being called from the top on a need-to-know basis with each cog in the wheel fed just enough information to get the task done, all quite oblivious to the greater scheme of things.

After a couple of days of delving into the companies who hold our destiny in their hands I stumbled into the world of Kabbalah, Zoroastrianism and other ancient belief systems still practised around the globe… way too much for any one person to get a clear grip on.

From what little I can decipher from the mainstream media it’s Kabbalah that seems to have taken hold in the United States, who knows what other ancient practices have attracted the elite elsewhere.

Some very powerful people could hold such beliefs, with Hollywood potentially a vile den of iniquity for some of our planets biggest celebrities and the puppet masters who control their careers.

The sordid behaviour of Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein appears to be the tip of one hell of an iceberg that respects no borders... the US Virgin Islands the harem of the unholy. Stay with me, it’s going to be a bumpy ride!

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Steve Harrison
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