Our Governments have declared war on us

Our Governments have declared war on us by Dr Vernon Coleman

The absurd and pointless sanctions imposed on Russia will cause far more deaths in the UK and the EU than the fighting in Ukraine will kill.

The huge rise in energy costs is going to force millions to turn their heating off. Economies which were struggling to recover from the pointless and destructive lockdowns will slide back into a long-term prescribed decline. The widespread and massive increase in prices will result in roaring inflation, interest rate hikes and massive, unending poverty.

And, I repeat, the sanctions imposed on Russia will cause more deaths in Western Europe than they will cause deaths in Russia and they will cause more deaths in the UK alone than the so-called war in Ukraine will cause in that country.

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It’s war.

But the war was declared on us by the people whom the innocent and the naive think of as running our governments. Actually, the conspirators declared war on us years ago. And the people whom we think are in charge are controlled by the billionaire conspirators.

Covid was merely the most notable salvo in a war we are destined to lose unless we can learn to pull together and ignore the propaganda and the treacherous mainstream media. If we do lose, it will be because we are divided, obsessed with trivia, don’t follow the big picture and are constantly weakened by the incessant whining and aimless chuntering of the trolls.

Just look around at what is already happening.

Inflation is about to fly into the stratosphere.

Innocent and ignorant people assume that inflation is something that only really affects countries such as Argentina or Zimbabwe. It doesn’t. Inflation in Germany was a major contributory factor behind World War II, and in the 1980s inflation in America went over 20%. In the UK, interest rates hit 17% and home buyers were delighted if they could borrow money at a mere 15%. I suspect that if inflation got anywhere near to that level there would be ten million British families finding themselves on the street – homeless and penniless.

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