Lockdown? Shout It From The Rooftops, It’s Bollocks

Today we welcome back a contributor from way back, in the days when Boggart Blog would score between 20,000 and 30,000 page impressions per day rather than the couple of thoussand we get on out main site now. Let’s hope Fatsally can bring back some of those readers, though I doubt that even her talent can get us off the Google shit list. (BTW she’s not fat and is not named Sally.)

Shout It From The Rooftops, It’s All Bollocks

by fatsally, 1 May 2020

Surely I can’t be the only one who thinks all of this is a load of bollocks?
I really want to shout it from the rooftops. When I am out walking and people step out into the road to avoid me 20 yards away. or they clamber up grass verges on footpaths. Or I stop at a convenient place to let them pass and they cross the fucking road?

The government have done a superb job of scaring the shit out of the sheep. Don’t go out or you willl die! Don’t get within 20 metres of another human being or you will die. If you go out the NHS will die!!!!

An older woman was circumnavigating when she stumbled in a pothole in the road. She was alright but as I pointed out to her, better to take your chances than break an ankle when no one will be able to come to your aid, apart from dialling 999, in case they die.

And of course who wants to go to hospital for anything because then you will surely die, unless you are PM when you will get special treatment as a precautionary measure.

I passed two people sitting on a garden wall, obvs visiting relatives who were sitting on their patio (should you have been doing that?). They had their backs to me but stood up to move as I approached. Oh oh, where to go? Closer to the old people? I pointed out to them they were plobly safest staying where they were as they had their back to me so not really likely to inhale anything.

Likewise the people who pass you jogging or cycling, gone by so quickly, is it a problem? And if you do catch something if you are fit ish and well you are most likely going to be ok, after all how many members of government got it and which one was it that ended up severely ill? The fat bastard that’s who.

Of course there are pluses to social distancing, particularly supermarket wise, no decisions to make on which queue will be quickest, or lurking to see which till will open first, no trolleys to the back of the legs whilst queueing, no next customer jockeying to be next to the till whilst you are trying to put your pin into the card machine and no cashiers having long conversations with the customer in front even though said customer has paid.

And there are drawbacks to lockdown, the self appointed would be vigilantes who don’t see why you should be out when they are out. The drivers who seem to think the roads are their personal driveways, no rules apply, the dog walkers who don’t see the need to pick up the dog poo, well no ones supposed to be going out are they, so what does it matter?

And then of course there is the government and its “Following the science” whilst leading the country to an early grave, the economy, the mental health issues, the domestic abuse, the people too scared to seek the medical help they need.

And the mixed messages????

What good is a test to see if you have the virus? If you don’t have it today it doesn’t mean you won’t have it next week.

A test to see if you have had it or are immune to it would be a much better use of resources, would it not?

And all this shite about a vaccine?

Is a vaccine the answer? Given that one has to receive an annual vaccine against the flu then plobly not the answer everyone is hoping for. Even with the vaccine 1400 people die of the flu every week during the flu season so how good is a vaccine for this type of virus?

And of course viruses mutate, so by the time the vaccine is ready, will it work?

And everyone needs to bear in mind that you could be hit by a bus, or a driver doing 50 on the wrong side of the road, slip in a pile of dog poo and bang your head causing fatal internal bleeding or even fall of the roof whilst ranting at this load of bollocks.

MORE ON LOCKDOWN:
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Panfdemic of Pandemics
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The Coronavirus Response Is The Biggest Assault On Freedom Since World War 2
Scientist who convinced Boris lockdown was the only way to beat coronavirus criticised many times for flawed research
Coronavirus deaths: Are The Authorities Deceiving Us?

One thought on “Lockdown? Shout It From The Rooftops, It’s Bollocks

  1. Some one had to say it!

    We are only in lock down because the government has got no balls and wants to stay in power. At first we where going to go with heard emunaty, but suddenly changed stance to lock down. We are going to get COVID 19 at some point so might as well get it over and done with! Only the high risk should be in lock down and then it should be there choice.

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