I want to know about censorship in the UK, because that’s the true virus — that’s a true pandemic. That will spread. And that’s deadly.
So I saw this, and I was appalled:
West Midlands Police could enter homes to break up Christmas dinners if families breach lockdown rules - with the West Midlands crime commissioner also predicting potential riots.
Mr Jamieson told The Telegraph : "If we think there's large groups of people gathering where they shouldn't be, then police will have to intervene. If, again, there's flagrant breaking of the rules, then the police would have to enforce.”
Well, we know that’s not true. The police allowed thousands of protesters in the UK to march with Black Lives Matter. The police regularly allow Antifa riots in the UK.
But Christmas dinner? Nope.
The idea that "we can carry on as we are" and have a normal Christmas "is wishful thinking in the extreme", a Government scientific adviser has said.
These people are nuts. They’re out of control.
I think we have all learned, over the past few months, who amongst us, if we had been in occupied France, would have joined the resistance and who amongst us would have joined the Vichy occupiers.
I’m not comparing public health bureaucrats to the Nazis. I’m talking about the reduction in civil liberties, and how quickly people adjust to that; and how some embrace it, and champion it. And love it.
So that’s the cops. And in their defence, they’re following the insanity of their politicians, like Humza Yousaf.
The justice minister in Scotland is Muslim activist who introduced a bill that would make it illegal to insult people, tell jokes and have memes on your computer, if they're deemed "hate crimes." He even says "hate speech" in homes "must be prosecuted."
TONIGHT I'll tell you more about Scotland's frightening new hate speech law.
My friends, that's the UK. Busting up your Christmas dinner with police. Prosecuting you for what you say at home with your family and friends.
Here in Canada, I think we’re maybe five minutes behind them, don’t you?
NEXT: Sheila Gunn Reid was in court today, as we challenge the Alberta government's attempt to censor one of our billboards. She joins me to talk about what happened.
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