25 June 2021 - 5:28 pm
Well that didn’t take long did it? Hancock refuses to resign, says sorry for “breaching social distancing rules” and Boris Johnson “considers the matter closed”.
This should not be a surprise to anyone with a memory that goes back further than this morning’s breakfast. Of course there would be no consequences. There were none for Neil Ferguson, and while Dominic Cummings ostensibly looks like he got the sideways promotion to street hobo that is all part of the script. They are not the only ones, but they’ve been the highest profile Government types.
The speed of this though, how quickly the Government has just swept this away and allowed Hancock to request his “privacy” does seem like more evidence of what many have suspected all along. Hancock is not your average Government MP. He acts and has always acted like he’s bullet proof. No matter what happens, what gets said by who, how pathetically transparent his on-screen crying act was, who’s wife he’s “working” with, what “rules” he breaks, within days and this time hours it’s as if it never happened. Ferguson had to lay low for a bit, Cummings had to give a press conference and while nothing much happened after that, for Ferguson it’s just normal service resumed and Cummings is now playing his strategic part in another psychological operation to implant in the minds of the gullible that the Government wasn’t harsh enough, for Hancock within a day from the highest focal point in Government we have the State’s equivalent to Divine Forgiveness and that’s it.
He’s not going to be the only politician involved with the World Economic Forum (WEF) for example, but he most certainly is involved with them. He’s been involved in the push for digital everything, including contracts with Amazon connecting Alexa to the NHS. He attends the WEF yearly meetings and has committed the UK to be part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. He is extremely well connected with the Globalist types that have been using the COVID “pandemic” scam to enrich themselves and push their technocratic cyber-futures onto us all whether we like it or not.
Hancock appears to be protected from on high, or at least that’s how he’s behaving. Of course they look after their own, at least while they’re useful.