My letter to Scott Man MP for Cornwall North
Dear Scot Thank you for your reply. The point is that this is happening at all in the UK. I go every month to collect a prescription and the Launceston Surgery is always empty. One couldn’t find a seat in there before March. Where have all the sick people gone, I wonder? I went to Derriford in May and it was deserted. There’s mass demonstrations each week that go unreported on the MSM. I sense D notices in operation. I don’t understand why you voted for this second travesty on our democratic rights on Wednesday, given your personal feelings as you expressed your own misgivings regarding the Lockdown. Or am I missing something. We need to start living again. You know as well as so do the stats from the SAGE advisors are inflammatory and designed to scare us. Stand up for us Scott, please and vote NO next time.
Dear Alan, Thank you for highlighting my reservations, it was a horrendous decision to take with incomplete data. I will not vote for another lockdown and will ensure we come out of this into regions as we were before. Best Wishes Scott
Please keep writing to your MP. I've been writing to him since `March and his replies have always been the standard party line. Finally he has changed his mind and hopefully he will stay true to his word. Change will only come about from inside; it will have to be a political change. We need more and more Politicians to wake up if we want to reclaim our freedoms. This is just the Lockdown we are fighting; there are many more battles of all sorts to fight. Please, please do not engage with the Police in any kind of violent confrontations when we demonstrate. We've done well so far holding our tempers but we are starting to crack. We must hold firm; bullies hate it when you're nice to them! We will alienate the public and we need them on our side if we retaliate. The Police are beginning to make fools of themselves now and people are not stupid and they will see it eventually. But we have to be cool. I claim this letter from my MP as a victory of sense over madness.