USA: Mob Rule ‘New Normal’ – Could This Happen In Increasingly Secular UK? 


Quite openly now, some Americans appear to be of the opinion that they hate Trump more than they love a peaceful, ordered, law-abiding lifestyle.  Ridiculous calls to defund the police and abolish prisons underline this lunacy.  There’s clearly – it seems to me – a demonic input here.  

However, shouldn’t we be sitting up and paying attention in the UK? One doctor interviewed on TV this morning, divulged the fact that those in the health advisory business awaited with bated breath to see just how compliant the people of the UK would be under lockdown and continuing restrictions.  They were, apparently, amazed.  Little wonder, as the majority were, indeed, compliant.  All talk about “blind faith” and “unquestioning obedience” – once applied sarcastically to religious people, specifically Catholics – were now applicable to… well…  just about the entire population. 

With talk now of a second (and more) wave of the virus, with the possibility of more lockdowns, whether local or national, that blind faith just might, who knows, give way to a lot of questioning and, albeit belated, fact-finding, which may lead to civil unrest across the four nations…

But here’s a thought: both the SNP Government in Scotland and the Westminster Government in England were very sympathetic to the thousands who turned out to support the Black Lives Matter protests – where neither social distancing nor face-mask rules were enforced; with the police generally turning a blind eye to all that “keep safe” stuff.  So, what do you think – might we find ourselves in an equally lawless situation, as lockdown frustrations boil over, not least when people begin to feel the financial pinch, and perhaps find themselves unemployed?  We all sincerely hope not, I am sure, but is it a possibility?  And if so, who will the politicians (and the clergy)  support – the police or the protesters?  

27 responses

  1. I’m not sure that sort of mob violence would happen here in the same way it is happening in the USA. I don’t think it would but I didn’t think a lot of things would happen here, such as lockdown LOL! There would be no question of doing away with the police and prisons – that’s sheer madness. So, although it’s true that we’re getting more and more secular, I don’t see that sort of mob rule happening here. It’s obvious that it’s the opposition to President Trump that is pushing the violence and that is a scandal. So much for respecting the democratic vote of the people.

    I watched this video today and thought I’d post it on the blog – it’s a bit long (around 50 mins) and I don’t usually watch that long but I found this really held my attention.

    • Fidelis,

      Very educational – and entertaining! A bit long, as you say, but worth the time spent viewing. I was only surprised that he failed to give the numbers when he spoke about Japan, and that is curious because they are striking: out of a population of 126 million, less than 1,000 Covid deaths.

    • I watched the video and it’s very good indeed. There’s not a lot of new information in it but he puts everything together to make it clear what is going on.

  2. The difference between the present anarchist uprisings in both the U.S. and the UK and riots of the past is that this time the orchestration is by high financial/political figures backed by the media. This is real deep state subversion and it will be allowed to occur whenever and wherever these evil puppet masters decide.

    The present uprisings in the U.S. are designed with the specific end of ensuring Trump is not re-elected come November. The same demonic forces are behind the fake Covid-19 crisis. The end game? Re-establish their global Socialist grip which was slipping as a result of Trump’s 2016 election, the UK’s Brexit, Orban’s election in Hungary, Bolsonaro in Brazil, not to mention anti-liberal numbers surging in Germany, Poland and a few other countries. Once re-established, the NWO will be imposed ruthlessly. At least that’s what they think!

    • When I heard the news that there are more restrictions being imposed across the north of England because of a claimed rise in infections, I immediately thought that there will be civil unrest on the streets – the northerners are not wimps, and I can’t see them taking this quietly. It’s like a constant threat hanging over us – if there are more cases (according to “the scientists”, believe it if you will) then we can be placed under house arrest again and again, at any time. Since there has been such an obedient attitude until now, that’s what the Government will expect to continue.

      I was reading one of the reports on MSN this evening and reading the comments underneath was really depressing. People saying that they knew it was too soon to come out of lockdown, people deserve all they get for breaking the rules, blah blah. They’ve totally bought into the propaganda. It’s worrying to see how gullible people can be. I don’t know what it will take to waken them up. Any time I quote stuff from the blog, I’m told I’m a conspiracy theorist. I now tend to avoid discussing it with people I sense are “on message”. There’s just no point.

      • Lily

        Just wait until the financial consequences of this blind obedience begins to bite into their everyday lives, you’ll see the revolt then! The evil people running this world always overplay their hand and end up turning the masses against them. This Covid con is another example of their arrogance and it will come back to haunt them big time. Just wait and see.

      • Lily,

        I’m actually surprised to read that about the MSN comments – I’ve been noticing recently that more and more comments under news reports are showing some increased awareness. So, that’s a disappointment.

        I agree about the stalwart northerners, though. I used to live in the north of England – both east and west – and they take no prisoners, so it will be interesting to see if they obey these new restrictions.

    • Athanasius,

      I read a commentary a few days ago, on the alleged USA polling favouring Biden, and, as we might guess this is just not true. Just as in 2016 when the polls favoured Hillary Clinton (and look what happened!) so it will be in November – the reality is more likely to be a landslide for Trump. Who – with even a modicum of intelligence – could watch those riots and listen to the local politicians (and Democratic Congressmen) defending them and NOT vote for Trump? When the message is, vote for Biden and live without police and prisons, I would wager that the only votes Biden will get will be from criminals, wannabe criminals, and those who are a few sandwiches short of a picnic.

      • Editor

        The Democrat plan is to force mail-in voting for the entire country under the pretext of protection from Covid-19. If that goes ahead then the fraud will be massive and Trump will be out of office. Let’s hope they don’t get away with this push for mail-in votes. I’m still convinced this is why the SNP keep being re-elected here in Scotland, given that just about everyone I speak to hates them.

    • Athanasius,

      Looking at your list (Trump’s election, Brexit, Orban’s election in Hungary, Bolsonario in Brazil etc) every one of these things is reported here in the UK as a bad thing. People have been given only one viewpoint to consider, very biased reporting, and so when, e.g. Orban is mentioned it’s always in passing, as an example of a bigot, a racist etc. The people in the UK are really brainwashed and even those who think they are using the internet to check things, don’t know where to look so they keep getting the same propaganda.

      I think the problem is that yes, there may be uprisings here in protest at the ongoing restrictions and maybe a second lockdown but those doing the protesting may be the same people who belong to anarchist groups, looking for trouble, and so those protests could be written off. I don’t think there is any organisation at present opposing the restrictions which is big enough and financially strong enough to spark huge peaceful protests. I hope I’m wrong.

      • Josephine,

        The reason there won’t be big organisations funding protests in the UK, is that the UK is already a left wing country. People think the Tory Party is right wing but all the political parties in the UK are basically left wing. They’re all cultural Marxists, which is why there is agreement on all the PC issues, from abortion to trans rights, and so on. It’s also why there is so little fightback against the lockdown, and being “banned” from doing things we’re always done and being made to feel we ought to wear face masks etc.

        The UK population will just drift further and further into this kind of authoritarian government, IMHO.

      • Josephine

        I agree with most of what you say. However, when the money starts to dry up the people start to get restless! Remember the poll tax riots? That’s as nothing compared to what we’ll see when jobs are lost en masse and State benefits are cut. There is a whole lot of trouble yet on the horizon and I think it’s trouble that the wicked orchestrators of the fake pandemic have neglected to consider. They’re over-playing their hand as usual and it will come back to bite them.

  3. This is the announcement from the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock on Sky News. Watch for the language – he is “banning” not asking or suggesting. Banning households from meeting indoors, those who live in the north of England for now, based on the “data” (which we have to take on trust). but. They’re not banned from meeting in pubs or restaurants, though, so they’re keeping the economy in mind. What this is about is the government stamping its tyrannical mark on the country – keeping us alert to the fact that we can be banned from doing things that we’ve always done, at the whim of government. Watch for Nicola following suit.

    • Josephine

      I am now fully convinced that Hancock is a puppet of Bill Gates and big pharma, bought and paid for!

  4. Here’s a comment from Brendan O’Neill of Spiked Online – on the button…

    “Lockdown has become a way of life. It was presented to us back in March as a temporary measure – three weeks – designed specifically to prevent the NHS from becoming overburdened. It wasn’t about preventing all Covid cases, which would be impossible, or about putting life on hold until Covid had disappeared entirely, which would be ridiculous. It was a brief pause to normal life to free up hospital beds.

    Yet now, four months later, life still hasn’t returned to normal. Parts of northern England have had new restrictions imposed. Pubs are quiet. Travel is limited. It’s ‘the new normal’, we’re now told. We have sleepwalked into a situation where normal life is being suspended until Covid has been eradicated. This is deeply concerning. The economy, people’s livelihoods and health itself will be seriously damaged by this creeping institutionalisation of the lockdown mentality. We cannot hide away from Covid, just as we cannot hide away from other risks and ailments. Life must go on. Where are the leaders who will make this case?”

    Well said.

    Today, for the first time, I was asked why I wasn’t wearing a mask. As I began to say “I’ve….” the woman jumped in, anticipating that I was about to say “I’ve got an exemption”. I replied that yes, I do have an exemption (and refrained from adding, so would most people if they read the Scottish Government list, which includes “would cause me undue distress to wear a mask” 😀 )

    I then added that I would not be wearing one anyway, because I’m rebelling at this removal of my personal freedom to choose to wear what I want to wear, and pointed out that she would be wearing her mask for a very long time. To which she replied “as long as it keeps me safe”.

    Didn’t seem to realise that nobody guaranteed that she would be safe. She’s allegedly keeping OTHERS safe. Just think of that. When was the last time you went to your doctor with an ailment and he/she offered you a prescription which wouldn’t help YOU but might protect other people… DUH!

  5. This is a Daily Mail article reporting the campaign against face masks

    The woman who says she’s wearing a face mask because she doesn’t fancy going into lockdown again, doesn’t realise that she is helping to get us back into lockdown! Once the Government is certain that we will continue to be obedient little sheep, we’ll be back into more restrictions. The fact is, this isn’t going to end. One way or another, they will keep us suppressed for as long as possible, if not forever. Didn’t Tony Blair say only last week that we had to live like this “for the foreseeable future”?

  6. Dear Editor,
    You are on the right track.
    In the U.S. Dr (Scarf) Blix and Dr Fauxchi are now recommending welders helmets and goggles to protect you from Wuhan Flu.
    On the bright side Dr Scarf says you (ladies) can decorate the helmets with pretty glitter, beads and ribbons!
    How jolly. I can just see the Archbishop wearing one.
    Maybe our own Dr RCAVictor will send you one for your birthday.

    • Patrick,

      I always have to suppress a smile when I see the various mask designs – they’ve really become a fashion item.

      In fact, passing a shop yesterday, where they had a sign up advertising face masks, with a variety on display, I was tempted to go in and ask if it is possible to try some on, before I finally decide on a particular design. The thought came partly for the sake of causing mischief, but also to test (excuse the pun) to see if they would actually allow that – and thus render the whole idea even more worthless than it is already. I might yet do that. So, do, please and thank you, stay tuned 😀

    • Crofterlady,

      That’s amazing. What a “coincidence” – can it be that the Simpsons have had contacts in high places, and we had no way of knowing that – until now?! This is definitely one occasion when a WOW! is in order!

      Many thanks for posting.

  7. I meant to post this latest nonsense, earlier today; slipped my mind thanks to The Simpsons!

    Driving back from the city centre earlier today, I came across, as per usual, a diversion sign. There’s always some reason for causing mayhem on the roads. This time, I had to smile. It was the equivalent of a hollow laugh. A narrow (?) smile…

    As I sat at the traffic lights, just before entering the motorway, I saw it. A large sign which dominated all the roadside cones and paraphernalia – a sign which read: NEW ROAD LAYOUT FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING…

    I couldn’t believe it. How on earths can cars “socially distance”? And why? Can the virus be transmitted from one car to another? Will we see new slogans indicating concern that cars might clog up the NHS wards? How more ridiculous can things get?

    That is, self-evidently, a rhetorical question. Who on earth could possibly foresee the (likely) answer?!

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