When the food dries up?

Should I return to work? Or stay at home and starve?

News bulletin! People are dying every day! But I’m not scared. I am disappointed. They shoot horses, don’t they?

In a world of considerable technology and easily attained knowledge, it never ceases to amaze me how, so-called University graduates in abundance, even the clergy and the general population are still looking to a higher authority for guidance of how to live, even worse, how to think for themselves.

Have you failed to understand why? Maybe this information will help:

You won’t find this news reported on the MSM such as the BBC, SKY News the Guardian et al. Why?

Because of death, nothing hits human emotion more than the end of a loved one’s life, especially if that loved one is a baby, a child or an elderly relative. So the meme goes, death drugs and rock and roll sells newspapers, magazines, movies which all increase circulation and viewing figures. The hard truth is that we are mortal beings, regardless of age. During this pandemic have you noticed politicians, MSM  neglected to inform the public that a percentage of the population died of other ailments detrimental to human life?

We may question but before we do can we suggest a fact-based credible answer? I say not. In all the interviews given by newscasters armchair politicians and professors of the medical world that adorn social media, I haven’t once witnessed a solution to the problem of how to deal with the so-called Coronavirus pandemic. In other words, flu with an added core of genetic material (how did this originate?). The onus is on the microbiologists.

Did you know that In 2019, there were 496,354 deaths registered in England alone, a decrease of 9,505 deaths compared with 2018 and the lowest number recorded since 2016? The end of year age-standardised mortality rate for 2019 has also statistically significantly decreased to 919.8 deaths per 100,000 population from 956.3 deaths in 2018. This sharp decrease in the annual mortality rate in comparison with 2018 was driven by the statistically significantly lower mortality rates from Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 2019 and Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2019 in comparison with the same quarter from 2018.

  • Figures are for deaths occurring on each day rather than deaths registered, up to 31 December 2019.

Source: Office for National Statistics – Quarterly mortality report


So, returning to my opening questions. Should I return to work? Or stay at home and starve? All through this fiasco let me ask you how you feel about the key-workers who have supported you in your endeavour to sit on your back-side all day long?

Yes, you clap for them every Thursday come shine but not rain. They are the ones who can think for themselves; otherwise, they wouldn’t work, and they are the people who are selfless citizens of this United Kingdom.

They are the people who still pay their taxes, money which is paramount for allowing you to remain in the relative safety and comfort of your home. What happens when the money tree has had it’s Autumn? We starve. Think about it while you can still think for yourself!

Published by Baz Baron

Naturally I'm a lovely person to know, but as D'Arcy says 'My good opinion once lost is lost forever.'

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