Crippen’s feeling worried about a second pandemic wave

I don’t know about you, but I don’t think we’ve seen the back of this pandemic.

Here on the Island, the towns and beaches have suddenly exploded with people, quite a lot of them completely ignoring the social distancing rule. And when you take the initiative and create a space between yourself and another person, you’re the one viewed as being anti-social!

And as for me wearing a face mask and disposable gloves … well!

It worries me that this government seem to be focussed more on the economy than on people’s lives. And considering what’s happening with the dropping of most services and support for disabled people, and disabled children in particular, it seems as though we’re all being viewed as disposable cannon fodder in this current war.

Dominic Cummings has made his feelings clear about those of us he feels are a drain on society (see my previous Blog) so it doesn’t take a big leap to imagine him manipulating what appears to be aimless blundering by this government when it comes to safeguarding it’s citizens, and using this pandemic to rid themselves of those of us he identifies as being the ‘useless eaters’.

But don’t get me started on that again!

Description of cartoon for those using screen reading software

Several disabled people are on a beach looking out to sea. Racing towards them is a tsunami wave identified as the Covid 19 second wave. On the beach along side of them is Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings. Boris is saying: “So you reckon lifting restrictions on just the disabled then Dom?!” Cummings replies: “That’s right Bojo – it’s the last chance we’ll have to thin them out more!”

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by A6er on 19/06/2020 at 13:23

    Reblogged this on Tory Britain!.


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