The “queen”, the billionairess who has also been a lifelong poster girl for other big business interests than her own, reckons the current lockdown in Britain might be a bit on the pinko liberal, wishy-washy, trendy-teacher, “too much carrot and not enough stick” side.
If you read the body text of that article in the Independent, it doesn’t actually say that. It doesn’t attribute the idea that the lockdown is “too lax” to the monarch. It attributes it to a behavioural psychologist (yes) at UCL, called Susan Michie, who sits on SAGE. But the headline (always more important than the body text) reads as follows: “Covid news — live: Queen vaccinated at Windsor Castle and fears lockdown ‘too lax’ to beat variant”.
“Queen vaccinated at Windsor Castle and fears lockdown ‘too lax’ to beat variant“.
How does that read?
Meanwhile, outside the immediate world lived in by her majesty, her family, her archbishops, her stockbrokers, her art treasure custodians, and even her lords and ladies in waiting, 44 branches of Poundland are closing, leading to large-scale price inflation for many among the poorest in Britain.
Michie advises the WHO on “Covid-19 and behaviour”. I wonder whether she was involved in Event 201.
She also chairs the UK Food Standard Agency’s Social Sciences Advisory Committee. Read that and think about it, anybody who thinks it’s insane to believe food shortages are coming.