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Professor Lockdown and the hypocrisy of the elites

The people never agreed to this naked power grab

16 May 2020

9:00 AM

16 May 2020

9:00 AM

No one should be surprised that the Imperial College’s ‘Professor Lockdown’, (Neil Ferguson) has been exposed as a practitioner of the elites’ fundamental rule  ‘Do as I say; not as I do.’

In flagrant breach of the very lockdown he advised, he arranged secret assignations with his mistress.

When this was exposed, he resigned  as a principal government adviser, but  not before the British government had  acted on his warning of half a million deaths from the Wuhan virus as did the US on his warning of 2.2

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