Is the rise of the Technocorporacratic State now unstoppable?
As the start of returning to some kind of normal, the prime minister will join an international conference today, and describe the hunt for a vaccine as ‘the most urgent shared endeavour of our lifetimes – it is humanity against the virus“, adding “only a mass-produced vaccine will defeat it”.
So once Boris Johnson has – by talking utter claptrap – finally declared himself firmly on the globalist Big Pharma enforced vaccination team, I really do think it’s time to stop the data analysis paralysis and move on towards what active, thinking people can do to resist what’s coming next.
It is a sad statement on BoJo that his opinion of ordinary people is so rock-bottom, he is sure they will believe that a coronavirus with a global death rate of 0.03% is about to become the agent fauchage of Homo sapiens. Even sadder is the reality that he is almost certainly correct.
We have now reached that point in the history of the species where everything – global economics, insane debt levels, democracy, police powers, personal liberty, universal suffrage – is up for a rethink, and probably a reset. Some of what’s suggested will be a good thing, but most of it won’t.
The unelected State has proved across the planet – at least to its own satisfaction – that you can fool most of the People all of the time. European élites have shown that they can get the citizenry to jump through hoops, keep them under house arrest, and achieve roughly 90% obedience. In both Britain and France, we have the political Executive in bed with GSK and Sanofi respectively – and daily increasing evidence that a corrupt technocracy is now firmly in control: Macron himself is an Enarque, and Sir Mark Sedwill is still there, our Martin Bormann waiting for a supine Hitler.
The social debate is now being teed up for the idea of obligatory vaccination. I use the word ‘social’ there because from here onwards, very few discussions are going to involve what normal people think of as politics. If the last four years – and the associated gyrations of Labour, LibDem and Tory – have taught us anything, it is that Party politics are no longer of any relevance beyond the temporary need for herd-like obedience to be tied to some element of the ideological divide – the Left’s hatred of Johnson, the Right’s fear of letting the Corbynistas anywhere near power, the Left’s belief that the NHS is a deity, the Right’s certainty that Britain’s economic independence is in existential danger….and so forth, ad nauseam.
The House of Commons is about to become a mini European Parliament, nodding in fear and out of duty to every last idiotic analogy designed to justify the unacceptable.
Predicting the order of play at this stage would be a mug’s game. But most of the constituents of democracy and liberty in reverse are reasonably predictable.
On May 11th last year, the UK website Politics Home ran a lead piece confidently asserting that ‘Sir Mark Sedwill faces the axe as Cabinet Secretary if a Brexiteer wins the race to become Tory leader, PoliticsHome has learned. The Whitehall bigwig, who is also Theresa May’s national security adviser, is unpopular with a number of high-profile Conservatives. They include Boris Johnson and Michael Gove’.