It's the biggest medical crime in history, involving mass murder, fraud, and billions of pounds in stolen money, and what are the Metropolitan Police investigating? If Boris had birthday cake or not.
Cressida Dick, a well-known Common Purpose Graduate announced last night that partygate had become a 'criminal investigation' and her officers would be investigating whether Downing Street had broken Lockdown rules. Did Boris have cake? What flavour was it? Did it have candles? Were drinks involved? These questions are to be investigated by top Detectives from the Met and if found guilty the punishment will be about as severe as a parking-ticket.
Yet the real crime, the faking of a virus to sell us the 'cure' continues undetected. Boris Johnson, if not its orchestrator, is certainly an accomplice in the crime. A crime that has killed an estimated 20,000 people in Britain, destroyed thousands of businesses, robbed millions of people of their freedom and all so that drug companies can plug the billion dollar hole in their finances.
Compare these two headlines:
BBC: "The Metropolitan Police has launched an investigation into parties held in No 10 during the coronavirus pandemic"
The Daily Expose: "Crimes Against Humanity Filed With The International Criminal Court"
The top story is designed to detract from the bottom one.
Crimes Against Humanity
The team who are fighting for justice on behalf of us all state that:
“The seriousness and extent of the crimes committed in the United Kingdom, highlighted by the scope of people that these crimes affect, that these crimes continue to be committed, the wide range of perpetrators, the recurring patterns of criminality and the limited prospects for accountability at the national level, all weigh heavily in favour of an investigation”.
Those Named in the Case at the Hague:
Meanwhile the Metropolitan Police are investigating:
If social distancing and lockdown rules were infringed.
If a Birthday Party took place.
"the most serious and flagrant type of breach" where there was evidence and certain criteria were met, including:
there was evidence that those involved knew, or ought to have known that what they were doing was an offence
where not investigating would significantly undermine the legitimacy of the law
Now, tell me, which one should be investigated?