Why the Jubilee Nonsense Upset Me

The Jubilee nonsense which filled four early days of June in the UK made me feel very uncomfortable. The royals are supposed to be apolitical. But they are not.

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when we have been repeatedly betrayed by the royal family?

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when the royal family publicly encouraged people to accept a dangerous, experimental jab that doesn’t work?

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when the royal family supports the absurd cult of global warming – when it is clear that the global warming cultists are the most dangerous terrorists in the world and are calling for policies which will result in hundreds of millions of deaths?

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when hundreds of millions are dying in Africa because of sanctions brought in by the political establishment and, presumably, endorsed by the royal family?

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when the royal family (which has chosen to be political) does not criticise a Prime Minister who lies and cheats and ignores the rules he has introduced for the rest of us?

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when the royal family does not criticise a government which is responsible for the fact that hundreds of thousands of elderly and frail and poor people will die of hunger and starvation before Christmas?

How could people cheer and wave flags and hold street parties when the royal family says nothing about the fact that there is effectively now no health care in the UK (unless you are a member of the royal family, of course)?

So I didn’t cheer and I didn’t wave a flag and I didn’t attend a street party.

And I have no respect for those who are so ignorant and so stupid that they did.

Vernon Coleman’s page book Covid-19: The Greatest Hoax in History was banned four times. But it is now available as a paperback and an eBook. If you’d like a copy please go to www.korsgaardpublishing.com.