Alleged Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson finally climbed down off the fence and made a decision: face coverings would be compulsory in shops from July 24th. This would help reduce transmission of the Coronavirus. Most understood this and moved to comply, but, inevitably, there were those who saw the move as another opportunity to score More And Bigger Attention Grabbing Benefits For Themselves Personally Now.she has told readers not yet asleep “Compulsory face masks are proof the British bulldog has become the scaredy-cat of Europe”.
So desperate is the Tel, in fact, that Ms Pearson’s latest rant has been classified “Premium”. Sadly, however, she has managed to miss the fact that other European countries have already made face coverings compulsory. And as Steve Garelick has asked, “why does the Telegraph care about Europe [when] they have just spent the last few years begging the Country to leave the EU”. Indeed. But on to that column.
This is bullshit. Face coverings are now a fixture of hairdressers. Including here in Crewe. Along with disposable gowns which are binned in front of the customer. But, having set her fictional scene, Ms Pearson then goes for The Full Dishonesty.
Have another go: “data released on Monday showed that Wales and Scotland saw no Covid deaths in the past 24 hours while England recorded just 11, 10 of them from previous days: one death from that wicked Covid in almost the entire United Kingdom”. Yesterday’s data records “Number of additional deaths on Tuesday 14 July 2020 … 138”.
Meanwhile, ignore idiots who rant in the Telegraph. I’ll just leave that one there.
Wednesday, 15 July 2020
Allison Pearson Dishonesty Unmasked
Posted by Tim Fenton at 10:15
Labels: Education, Environment, Health, Politics, Press and Media
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Yet again Britain having a pathetic little tantrum over nothing. The wearing of masks in certain situations has been commonplace in parts of Asia for years. Much of the rest of Europe has also just managed to get on with it without complaining.
It's nothing to do with this mythical 'bulldog spirit' (pass the sick bucket), it's called common sense and compassion for your fellow man. But then again the media rabble don't have any of that do they?
Yet another in the oakshitt mould. Libertarian all the way excepting where the values of what they refer to as wokism are involved.
Entirely "logical" the gammonette is "given a berth" at the Torygraph.
Both are far right shithouses.
"Masks suppress human interaction" do they though?
I'll tell you what definitely does suppress human interaction, death. As all those who've lost friends and relatives to this pandemic will confirm.
If she'd been around during WW2, she'd have been horrified by people being fined for not carrying gas masks in public.
I think a full covering cloth sack is more apt for the telegraph "journalist'
Ihave a great idea, there is a number of deserted Hebrebdian islands off Soctland's West coast, let's offer the Libertarian rightwing commentators the chance to put into practice their libertarian toxic views.
Hopkins,Farage,Pearson, Grimes,Foods and the loathsome face nappy Toby Young.
They wouldn't last a week before wanting to come back home.
So saw this KBF hashtag all over the place, especially on Pearson's replies and had a bit of a look. Apparently is some rich guy called Simon Dolan who sued the government over the lockdown via a crowdfunded legal campaign. He's apparently worth £200 million and mainly lives in Monaco.
Looking at some other replies on Pearson's twitter and there's a fair few QAnon types, links to a video from a Scientology lawyer and a peculiar number of seemingly ordinary people who suddenly and inexplicably become 100% obsessed with Covid scepticism so much that their entire twitter output has consisted of nothing but said dubious ramblings for months.
I smell a giant PR campaign on behalf of some rich shits.
ARP warden:"Oi! Turn that bleedin' light out!"
"Don't you tell me what to do! I'm British!"
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