The investigation found that Hancock and other British politicians were more concerned about saving face than with doing the right thing for the British people. Even after it became obvious that lockdowns and mask mandates were based on pseudoscientific lies, Hancock et al. dug their heels in and kept the ruse going.
At one point, Hancock was vying for Donald Trump's title as "father of the vaccine," the so-called "Lockdown Files" show. Hancock was desperate to be known as "Mr. Vaccine," even though Trump infamously claimed responsibility for them under his Operation Warp Speed scheme.
Hancock also criticized his covid "vaccine" tsar for expressing "wacky" views that he described in one message as "totally unreliable." Meanwhile, Hancock was working behind the scenes to "frighten the pants off everyone" about covid to keep the masses obedient and in line. (Related: The similarly revelatory Twitter Files show that politicians in the United States were doing many of the same things as they pushed to turn the country into "totalitarian state territory.")
In one correspondence, Hancock was chatting with his media adviser Damon Poole about how to trick the British into obeying their covid mandates.
"We frighten the pants off everyone with the new strain," Hancock wrote on Dec. 13, 2020, adding that Tory MPs were "furious already about the prospect" of lockdowns happening, especially over Christmas.
"Yep," Poole responded. "That's what will get proper behviour [sic] change."
"When do we deploy the new variant?" Hancock then asked in return.
"Been thinking about this and think we need to be more cautious," Poole responded. "The strain that is. Think you made the point earlier, but we need to keep schools off paperwork / agenda."
That planned Christmas lockdown ended up being announced on December 19, just days before millions were readying to visit their friends, family members, and other loved ones in celebration.
About a month later, Hancock was discussing further covid measures with Cabinet Secretary Simon Case, including "more mask wearing ... in all settings outside home."
Case was arguing in this correspondence that "the fear / guilt factor" was "vital" in achieving more lockdown compliance.
"Basically, we need to get compliance up," Case wrote, adding that some measures such as a ban on fishing "will be parodied galore if it looks like we have suddenly decided fishing is the first step towards tier 5!"
"I honestly wouldn't move on any small things unless we move on a lot," Hancock wrote. "The only big reamaining [sic] things are nurseries and workplaces."
"I agree – I think that is exactly right," Case responded. "Small stuff looks ridiculous. Ramping up messaging."
In early 2021 after these and other discussions were had over WhatsApp, Hancock was caught in photos violating his own social distancing rules in order to pursue an extramarital affair with UK Department of Health employee Gina Coladangelo, who at the time was earning £15,000 a month in her position.
At the time when this affair occurred, both Hancock and Coladangelo were married, but have since left their families to pursue a long-term affair with one another.
Another scandal known as "Partygate" that occurred when then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson was caught partying it up at 10 Downing Street in violation of the rules ended up forcing Johnson into resignation as well.
"'Proper behavior change' ... that's what they wanted all along: control," one commenter wrote on a story about these scandals and the rest of the UK Lockdown Files revelations.
"The easiest way to get the masses to comply with their madness was through fear," added another in affirmation.
The endgame is for the government to control everything about a person's life, for which covid helped to significantly ramp up that agenda.
"They want you to have no independence at all," someone else wrote.
"They want to control even the use of your electricity with the flick of switch. Lights on, lights out, heat on and off through the grid. Extract information about all of your behavior. Control your movement, the number of miles you can travel and where and for how long – all controlled through a database. EVs are great and all but just imagine being restricted to recharge anything, a cap, like a credit limit."
Others noted that many of the war criminals in World War II were hanged following their convictions, and that the covid criminals deserve the same.
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