Let Them Eat Fake

Rob Slane

The Society for Diverting Your Attention From Reality is an ancient organisation, yet it has seen its influence increase almost exponentially in recent years, having successfully infiltrated all corners of society, particularly Government and media. For instance, one its members, The Financial Times, recently reported on the Office for National Statistics’ revised 2020 GDP figures as follows:

“The coronavirus pandemic dealt the UK economy a larger blow than previously estimated, according to official data on Monday that showed the country recorded its biggest fall in growth in gross domestic product since 1709.”

Except of course it wasn’t the “coronavirus pandemic” that dealt this blow. As any schoolboy or schoolgirl sitting a history exam in 100 years’ time will be able to tell you, the shutting of shops, the forced closure of businesses, and the decision to wreck the economy cannot be attributed to the “coronavirus”, since by the reckoning of the UK Government said virus had an Infection Mortality Rate of 0.096%. Thus it wasn’t the alleged Bubonic Plague Redivivus that caused the economic cliff-jump, but rather the mad decrees of that Government, based on the Alice in Wonderland-level nonsense that perfectly healthy people can somehow transmit illnesses they don’t actually have to other perfectly healthy people. (As an aside, I see that certain people called Sunak and Truss, who I had thought were members of the Government that did that stuff to us, were apparently dead against it all along. Who knew?).

Another esteemed member of the Society for Diverting Your Attention From Reality is the BBC. Along with certain other members, it has noticed that there is an unusually high amount of excess deaths, particularly for this time of the year, which requires some kind of explanation. And so in the time-honoured fashion of Society members, it seeks to explain this glaring issue in a number of ways. Hot weather. Ageing population. Frailty after previous Covid infection. Bad health due to excess alcohol consumption and physical-inactivity levels over the past couple of years.

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