At last the Government has agreed on a coherent message for this pandemic. They are stating clearly: “It’s YOUR fault.”
You WON’T do as you’re told, so now they will fine you and ban you and we can’t have nice things.
Boris Johnson makes statements such as: “We gave you clear instructions all along.
“We told you to shake hands with infected people and never shake hands, to stay at home under ALL circumstances except for driving to beauty spots to check your eyes, to never go out but you must go to the pub, and you’re STILL not doing it right.”
Seventy per cent of people say they can’t afford to self-isolate as there’s no protection for anyone whose employer insists they come into work, and no protection of their homes if they can’t pay the rent.
So the rules are simple. You MUST stay at home, and if you’re thrown out of your home because you didn’t go to work, you MUST still stay at home, even though you haven’t got a home.
So you MUST break into someone else’s home and stay there, and having no work is no excuse for not going to work.
If you’d got a job as a lighthouse keeper, you could have lived and worked in the same place, but you were too fussy so it’s YOUR fault.
Between January 6 and 14, 3,934 cases of companies breaking the rules were reported, but the Health and Safety Executive only took action in 81 of them – and that action has been “a warning”.
But the Government has introduced an £800 fine for anyone having a house party.
The reason is that if you force hundreds of people to spend every day together in an office or warehouse, that makes no difference to the virus.
It’s a party that causes the problem because the virus spreads through dancing.
It hears drum and bass and it can’t help diving about, and viruses are notoriously bad movers so they bump into everyone and that’s how it’s carried.
It thrives on wine in a plastic cup, it gets tiddly, trips up and lands on the other guests. It meanders round the house looking for Doritos and salsa dip, wiping itself on everyone’s hair.
But in an office or warehouse, the virus gets bored with spreadsheets and forklift trucks, so it goes to sleep and causes no trouble. So we mustn’t blame employers.
For example, the BBC news website quoted a woman who works for a private healthcare firm that insisted staff went to the office, which she described as “so small, so it is impossible to socially distance”.
So she caught the virus – and says: “No one was told to isolate.”
What’s she moaning about?
She works for a private healthcare firm, so the employees should be expected to spread disease so that her company can sell more cures. That’s just good business practice.
So remember the rules – STAY at Work, LOSE your Home, It’s YOUR fault, then we will defeat this virus.