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Turbulent TimesWe are at an extremely perilous and fragile moment in time of our country’s history and have been since mid-March of 2020. However, while some of the damage done to our economy and to our physical and mental health will indeed be permanent, I have still not lost faith that we can create a future of hope and glory for our children and grandchildren and learn from our most serious mistakes.

MindI am glad to introduce myself as a young adult autistic programmer from Hertfordshire – and it is my unwavering conviction that we must end this government’s insane and tyrannical approach to the coronavirus and free the good British public to live lives of joy and prosperity.

IcebergDue to suffering from high-functioning autism, the multifaceted trials and tribulations of our brutal and unwarranted regulations depress me more than a lot of people – particularly in that they constantly change. It is important though that this is far from the only reason I wish to change the course of this real runaway train. This fascist leadership does not help people with autism, but it really impacts just about everything pertaining to our society in a profoundly negative way – from the jobs lost, to the explosion of problem drinkers, to the proliferation of domestic abuse, and to the cancelled and postponed physical and mental health interventions.

Chris WhittyEvery small gesture – from smiling and saying ‘hello’ to passing Britons on the streets, to going maskless and getting a rush of clean, fresh air at the supermarkets – edges us closer to the collapse of this wicked regime. So I propose this to the people – if we can successfully encourage shops, pharmacies, schools, and other outlets of interaction to cease physical distancing and mask requirements, we’ll be making great strides to improve the mental health of many, and a critical mass of dissent will send our corrupt leaders packing. Implore them to see that ‘social distancing’ is a grave abuse of human rights and that it goes against our very mojo and spirit as human beings.

Once we’ve accomplished our tough task of restoring the old normal, or at least something sufficiently close to it, no future government should ever get to abuse our constitution and laws in such an abhorrent way. The margin of time is closing in on us, but the moral compass and British psyche are both hopefully on our side. Thank you.