Can Things Get Any Stranger?

Can Things Get Any Stranger?

By TLB Contributing Partner: Christina England, BA, Hons

I am beginning to think that the whole world has gone crazy. It is very obvious from my experience here in the UK that the British public like having their lives controlled and regulated by governments and big pharma. In other words, it appears that the UK public like rules.

Even though Prime Minister Boris Johnson has left social distancing and the wearing of masks to our own discretion, the madness around us continues. It is obvious to me that many individuals would prefer to be hit by a car than to pass someone on the pavement, something that I still find to be absolutely unbelievable. Although mask wearing is optional, the majority of the British public would prefer to suffer from breathlessness and panic attacks than to ditch their precious ‘lifesaving’ mask.

In fact, masks are fast becoming somewhat of a fashion accessory, with some of the world’s leading fashion houses deciding to cash in on the latest craze. [1]

However, just how safe are masks? In March 2021, a paper titled Is a Mask That Covers the Mouth and Nose Free from Undesirable Side Effects in Everyday Use and Free of Potential Hazards? was published by the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

The paper, written by Kai Kisielinski et el, stated that:

Many countries introduced the requirement to wear masks in public spaces for containing SARS-CoV-2 making it commonplace in 2020. Up until now, there has been no comprehensive investigation as to the adverse health effects masks can cause. The aim was to find, test, evaluate and compile scientifically proven related side effects of wearing masks.”

The scientists decided that 65 studies met their criteria, and after studying them in depth, they stated that:

“… Our review of the literature shows that both healthy and sick people can experience Mask-Induced Exhaustion Syndrome (MIES), with typical changes and symptoms that are often observed in combination, such as an increase in breathing dead space volume, increase in breathing resistance increase in blood carbon dioxide decrease in blood oxygen saturation, increase in heart rate increase in blood pressure, decrease in cardiopulmonary capacity, increase in respiratory rate shortness of breath and difficulty breathing headache dizziness, feeling hot and clammy, decreased ability to concentrate, decreased ability to think, drowsiness, decrease in empathy perception, impaired skin barrier function with itching, acne, skin lesions and irritation, overall perceived fatigue and exhaustion.”

On completion of their extensive and well-researched paper, the scientists concluded that:

“… In our view, further research is particularly desirable in the gynecological (fetal and embryonic) and pediatric fields, as children are a vulnerable group that would face the longest and, thus, most profound consequences of a potentially risky mask use. Basic research at the cellular level regarding mask-induced triggering of the transcription factor HIF with potential promotion of immunosuppression and carcinogenicity also appears to be useful under this circumstance. Our scoping review shows the need for a systematic review.

The described mask-related changes in respiratory physiology can have an adverse effect on the wearer’s blood gases sub-clinically and in some cases also clinically manifest and, therefore, have a negative effect on the basis of all aerobic life, external and internal respiration, with an influence on a wide variety of organ systems and metabolic processes with physical, psychological and social consequences for the individual human being.” [2]

However, despite this paper and many others highlighting the dangers of mask wearing and the fact that, in July 2021, Mr. Johnson himself stated that face masks are no longer legally required in the UK, except in enclosed spaces, the UK public appear to be clinging to their face masks as if their lives depended on it.

In fact, from my own experiences, the majority of the UK public cannot let go of any the rules and regulations that were put in place at the beginning of the so-called pandemic.

Vaccinations are Not Mandatory in the UK, But …

Although Mr. Johnson has strongly advised that everyone should be double jabbed, he has also made it very clear that in the UK, vaccinations are not mandatory.

However, try telling that to certain club leaders. For example: for the past four years, I have been regularly attending dog training classes with my dogs. I have always believed that it is the owners’ responsibility to have their dogs trained to a basic standard.

In fact, I was looking forward to going back at the beginning of September, meeting up with my friends and continuing with my dogs’ training. However, out of the blue, the owner of the club, who incidentally runs a small club in a village hall, phoned me and asked me whether or not I had been vaccinated.

Due to the fact that I knew that one of the dog trainers had been reading my articles and commenting negatively to them, I decided that she probably already knew the answer to this question, so I simply said no, I had not been vaccinated. I then added that vaccinations are not mandatory in the UK and that I personally believed them to be dangerous and had absolutely no intention of being vaccinated. At this point I decided that it would probably be a waste of time to offer her studies and facts and figures from various reporting systems and reputable sources, so I decided to wait for her reply.

She explained to me that whilst she respected my views on vaccination, by not being vaccinated, I would be putting everybody else at risk. Puzzled, I asked her how exactly would I be putting the other members at risk, if everyone else in the class has been fully vaccinated.

Without hesitation, she stated that even though they had all been vaccinated, they were still able to contract the virus.

I proceeded by asking her the following question: so, are you telling me that the COVID-19 vaccinations do not actually work?

Obviously unable to answer my question, she then decided to change the direction of the conversation and replied: of course, you are welcome to come to the class, if you agree to take a lateral flow test each week, to prove that you are virus-free.

Looking back, I should have added that if I had to prove that I was virus-free, then all of the others needed to do this action as well, to prove to me that they were also virus-free. However, I just said that I did not have to prove anything to her or anyone else. I told her that she would be losing me as a member of the club as I would be taking my custom and my dogs elsewhere, which is exactly what I have done.

The crazy thing is, the very next day, they held a pet sale in the same village hall. The hall was packed, and no one was asked to wear a mask or to social distance. In fact, for the sale, I did not have to prove my vaccine status, or take a test of any kind to enter the hall.

To make matters worse, this was not the only headache that my dogs have recently caused me to suffer during this time of masking madness.

The Insanity of Visiting a UK Doctor

As this article is about my own experiences, of living in the crazy world of COVID, I thought I would give readers an insight to the difficulties I faced when going to see a doctor recently.

A few months ago, I was about to take a plate to the kitchen when I fell over one of the dogs and hit my head on the side of the door. After assessing the damage, it soon became obvious the cut was exceptionally deep and I was going to need treatment and possibly stitches.

I decided to go to the doctor and get their advice. Well, as most of you are aware, seeing a doctor in the UK is near on impossible. I rang the bell and a receptionist spoke to me through an intercom system. I explained what had happened and she said that she would send someone out to see me.

About ten minutes later, with me freezing cold from sitting outside, a receptionist opened the door, and at arm’s length passed me a COVID questionnaire and retreated back inside. I looked at my bemused friend, shrugged my shoulders and began to wade through a heap of questions. When I had finished, I rang the doorbell and handed it back to her. She asked me to wait and told me that she would send someone out to see me.

I would just like to add that this whole bizarre episode took place outside in an entrance lobby, just off the main car park.

A while later, another receptionist, not a doctor or a nurse or even a visiting paramedic, came out to see me. However, unlike the previous one, this one was dressed in what I can only describe as a beekeeper’s outfit. She took my temperature and cautiously began to assess my injury. After putting a huge dressing on my wound that made me look like something from the house of horrors, she informed me that I had to go to the hospital and sent me on my way.

When I finally arrived at the hospital, I was met by at least ten receptionists, all wearing masks and sitting behind a large plastic screen. I went up to the desk and was told to log on a computer and sit in the waiting room. Confused and wondering why they continued to employ receptionists if they no longer were there to log in patients, I dutifully logged in and sat down.

I noticed that, despite Mr. Johnson relaxing the rules surrounding face masks and social distancing in July 2021, many of the patients continued to wear face masks and the hospital had continued to enforce rules surrounding social distancing.

Despite these events, the rest of my treatment went well. I was not asked to wear a mask, no one else took my temperature, I was not asked to take a test and I was not asked whether or not I had been vaccinated. I received six stitches by a lovely, friendly doctor who appeared to be as bemused by the situation as myself.

From my experiences, it appears that no one really knows what they are doing. Guidelines are blurred and very few people in authority in the UK have really listened to the advice that Mr. Johnson gave in his July speech.

He stated that:

We must be honest with ourselves, that if we can’t reopen our society in the next few weeks, when we will be helped by the arrival of summer and by the school holidays, then we must ask ourselves: when will we be able to return to normal?”

Johnson warned that a further delay would “run the risk of either opening up at a very difficult time when the virus has an edge” or “putting everything off to next year.”

GBN senior digital producer Carl Bennett, who reported on Mr. Johnson’s speech, stated that:

Under the Prime Minister’s plan for step four of the road map:

  • There will be no limits on social contact, meaning the end of the orders such as the “rule of six” and restrictions on guests at weddings and mourners at funerals.

  • Legal requirement to wear face coverings will be lifted, although guidance will suggest people might choose to do so in “enclosed and crowded places.”

  • All remaining businesses will be able to reopen, including nightclubs, while capacity caps will be lifted and bars and restaurants will no longer be restricted to table service.

  • The Government will no longer instruct people to work from home.

  • The “one metre plus” rule on social distancing will be lifted except in specific circumstances such as at the border, where guidance will remain to keep passengers from red and amber list countries from mingling with other travellers.

  • The limit on named care home visitors will be lifted but infection control measures will remain in place. 

  • There will be no compulsory use of Covid status certification – so-called domestic vaccine passports – although firms will be able to voluntarily use the system.

  • The gap between vaccine doses for under-40s will be reduced from 12 weeks to eight, meaning that all adults will have the opportunity to be double-jabbed by mid-September.” [3]

However, from my own experiences, the UK public do not appear to know whether they are coming or going. Whereas some businesses have tried to go back to some kind of normality, others have continued to have employees work from home and make everything as difficult as they can for everyone.

It is a Mad World

For the past two years, doctors have been diagnosing patients over the phone, with very few patients being able to see a doctor in person, even after Mr. Johnson eased the restrictions. This can be exceptionally dangerous, and it also can put the lives of thousands at risk. In recent months, this blanket refusal to see patients in person has also led to a growing number of patients losing their lives. [4] [5]

It is not only the doctors who have refused to have patients in their surgeries. Vets have even been seen euthanizing desperately sick animals in car parks rather than having the animals and their owners in their surgeries.

In fact, I myself have witnessed animals being examined in car parks and vets discussing clients’ private and confidential financial arrangements in public.

All of this madness has been going on since the Prime Minister relaxed the rules. If these circumstances are not bad enough, it appears that this state of affairs is going to get even worse in the UK in the coming weeks, as we brace ourselves for a difficult winter and new rules and regulations being put in place.

The Liberty Beacon would like to know exactly when people are going to wake up and acknowledge exactly what is going on around them. The way I see it is this: if we do not begin to take responsibility for ourselves and stop following senseless rules and regulations, this situation will only get worse.

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References:

  1. Womens Designer Face Coverings & Face Masks
  2. Is a Mask That Covers the Mouth and Nose Free from Undesirable Side Effects in Everyday Use and Free of Potential Hazards?
  3. Covid: Boris Johnson sets out plans for Freedom Day lifting of England’s lockdown
  4. Mum, 34, tragically dies of cancer after being ‘denied face-to-face GP appointment’
  5. Woman demands all patients see GP in person after deadly cancer misdiagnosed over phone

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Note from Christina:

Please visit my new facebook page Arlos New Beginning, where you can follow my little foster dog Arlo’s, journey to his new life.

Arlo is a little dog that I am fostering. He is under a year old and completely unable to walk, due to severe birth deformities. I am fostering him from Hessa’s Homeless Hounds in Hertfordshire.

We need to raise around £12.000 ($15.900) to enable him to have the surgery that he so desperately needs, to free him from pain and get him on his feet for the first time in his life.

If you enjoy reading my articles/work then please consider donating through my fundraiser, where you can read his full story.

Or through my PayPal christina128@live.co.uk

Thank you.

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About the Author: Christina England, BA Hons, Research Journalist and Author

Christina was born and educated in London, U.K. She left school to work in a children’s library, specialising in storytelling and book buying. In 1978, Christina changed her career path to dedicate her time to caring for the elderly and was awarded the title of Care Giver of the Year for her work with the elderly in 1980.

After taking an A Level in Psychology and a BTEC in Learning Support, Ms. England spent many years researching vaccines and adverse reactions. She gained a Higher National Diploma in Journalism and Media Studies in 2010 and in 2016 she gained a BA Hons degree in Literature and Humanities. She currently writes for VacTruth, Health Impact News, GreenMedInfo, The Liberty Beacon, Vaccine Impact and Medical Kidnap on immunisation safety and efficacy.

She has co-authored the book – Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine Induced Encephalitis – Are Parents Being Falsely Accused? with Dr. Harold Buttram and Vaccination Policy and the UK Government: The Untold Truth with Lucija Tomljenovic PhD, which are sold on Amazon. She also compiled the book Shattered Dreams: The HPV Vaccine Exposed

Her website is Parents and Carers Against Medical Injustice

Image Credit: Photo in Featured Image (top) – by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

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