At a crematorium service in Milton Keynes, a son moves his chair next to his mother to comfort her at the funeral of her late husband, and a member of staff says they’ve “been told” and asked to separate. It really does highlight the cruel lack of humanity and decency in the way in which we’re forced to live our lives today.
Every family member in that room should have moved their chairs at the same time and ignored that staff member. We have got to stop bowing to this nonsense. They are trying to remove compassion from our souls. It will never happen. Compassion, Love for one another makes us human.
For many years, historians have wondered how the German people became so easily compliant with Naziism. Now we know - it’s not just the German people, it’s any country that imposes strict measures and allows its people to become mini dictators - including the U.K.!
Vanessa Beeley: "When a son comforts his mother at his father's funeral and crematorium staff berate mourners for violating Covid19 social distancing - we know we have tipped off the precipice into an Orwellian dystopia of fascism & inhumanity. When will people decide enough is enough?"
Peter Hitchens: "Grotesque, unconscionable, cruel and unbelievable. These are the horrible things people do when they think they are doing good. I really do not know why we put up with this. Where is the Opposition? Where is Parliament? Where are the BBC? Where are the courts?"