‘If an Enemy Were to Inflict Such Damage on the United Kingdom, They Would Be Destroyed.’
"I am 80, and it is no business of the Government to tell me whether or not to kiss my grandchildren"
Text that follows is a letter to the editor received by The Telegraph.
Does no one in the Government hear the screams and whimpers of this tormented nation, amid the unemployment, the loneliness, the heartbreak, the fear, the poverty, the despair, the cruelty caused by blind deference to unproved theories?
If an enemy were to inflict such damage on the United Kingdom, they would be destroyed. Who will call this Government to account?
It is as if someone who, to kill a hornet, sets off a bomb in a house – and in the ruins says it was the only way.
Covid may be here to stay. There are many unpleasant diseases. Mortality is 100 per cent in the long run.
I am 80, and it is no business of the Government to tell me whether or not to kiss my grandchildren, or whom I may invite into my house.
It is time to dismantle the grisly apparatus of anti-social distancing and to pick up the pieces of life. Where are you, parliamentarians? People of Britain, reclaim your freedom.
Source: The Telegraph