Recently UK's Media Minister John Whittingdale had said, "Quarantine rules do not apply to important people." To which the news anchor Kay Burley responded, "Are you saying that people who want to go on a holiday are not important?" Click Here. Its funny because Kay Burley had been suspended for 6 months for breaking lockdown rules for her Birthday party in December 2020. Click Here.
Few days back UK Health Secretary, Matt Hancock was caught kissing his girlfriend at work place (both are married separately and have children) in violation of Covid-19 restrictions. He apologized to the people after those kissing pictures were published in a news paper. Mr. Hancock, who runs a Genome Maping company, was one of the strongest advocate and the driving force for 'strict covid19 restrictions' and lockdowns. He had once even gone to the extent of telling people not to hug their own family members.
It seems that hypocrisy runs deep in the upper echelons of Covid-19 policy makers. Last year the most infamous 'scientist' Neil Ferguson had to resign after he was caught meeting his girlfriend breaking lockdown rules. They both too were married separately and have children.
Hypocrisy was at its peak during the G7 summit. The 'elite' were seen enjoying barbecue at the beach, mingling freely, chit chatting and having drinks together when the cameras were not rolling. And when they stood up for the cameras, they were following social distancing with masks covering their faces.
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After seeing these pictures common sense asks us, aren't they scared of the covid19 variants? Do they only intend to scare us?