In an NHS hospital NO!

In a barbaric fascist state?


That leaves us with the question?

Why does a British prime minister perceive the Saudis as more important than British citizens?

Or could it be that he is afraid of losing his head. A Charles I moment?

The barbarism of one country is substituted for the barbarism of another without a breath.

What does that say about the UK and what does it say about its PM?

And what does it say about the importance of masks?

Over to us dear friends as ever was.

Douglas James


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