Anne Marie Waters 

Sunday December 20th 2020


For most people, Christmas 2020 will be an odd affair.  Yesterday, Boris Johnson announced that the relaxation of the unfathomably confusing ‘rules’ for Christmas will no longer be relaxed.  We’re not allowed to spend Christmas with other households after all – the only exception being Christmas Day.  In the South-East of England, there’ll be no relaxation at all.

Due to a new strain of COVID-19 reportedly being far more infectious than the last, the South-East of England has been plunged to a new level of restriction – Tier 4.  This will effectively mirror the full national lockdown we experienced early in the year, and will mean yet more financial and economic disaster for the capital and its surroundings.  It is a sad end to a very sad year.

Our perception of time is usually a bit off kilter, but this year feels both ridiculously short and torturously long.  The year started with hints of a dangerous virus emerging from China, which many didn’t take seriously at the time.  Most of us would certainly have to admit that we wouldn’t have predicted what was to come.

I remember the real starting point of this for me.  In the early part of the year, I was involved in a employment case and helping out (as best I could) Damien Ryan (a teacher in trouble for holding incorrect views) at a hearing in Coventry.  Myself, Damien, and others were staying at a hotel in the city when the true scale of this began to become evident.  I remember sitting in the lobby of the hotel watching a sombre Rishi Sunak tell us they were locking down all businesses, but he had a furlough scheme in mind that would keep everyone afloat.

Now, here we are near the end of 2020 and Sunak has announced that this scheme will carry on until April next year.  It seems incredible now to think this would last so long, and the cost is nothing short of eye-watering.

But finances are of little concern to 1,000s who have lost loved ones, and the even higher numbers who have lost livelihoods, homes, and hope.  In 2021, that hope must be restored.

COVID-19 isn’t a British story of course, the whole world has felt the impact.  But there are events from 2020 that also had a detrimental impact on the British people; events that should never have happened and which were under the total control of the British government.

I am referring specifically to the mass illegal immigration that continued unabated all over the country throughout 2020.

This story has continued for some years now.  We’re told that desperate “refugees” and “asylum seekers” need our help.  But this year even the UN admitted that this wasn’t the case, and that only around 1 in 5 of those arriving even had a chance of meeting the definition of either “refugee” or “asylum seeker”.  In other words, illegal immigrants pretending to be refugees continue to arrive in huge numbers and scandalously, are housed in hotels while permanent homes are prepared.  Meanwhile, 10,000s of Brits continue to sleep rough – no hotels or homes for them.

This all happened despite the Tories’ promise that immigration would reduce.  They were lying.

Across the pond, 2020 brought an even bigger shock – the apparent defeat of President Donald Trump to the Democrat Joe Biden.  Despite testimony from several people that they had witnessed what can only be described as cheating, the mainstream press called the win for Biden almost immediately.  The press has paid little to no attention to the high possibility that this election was rigged.

In an article on December 17th, the Washington Examiner reported the following:

Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro published a lengthy report Thursday outlining several examples of voting irregularities that are “more than sufficient” to swing the outcome of the election in President Trump’s favor.

The 36-page report “assesses the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by examining six dimensions of alleged election irregularities across six key battleground states” and concludes that “patterns of election irregularities … are so consistent across the six battleground states that they suggest a coordinated strategy to, if not steal the election, strategically game the election process in such a way as to … unfairly tilt the playing field in favor of the Biden-Harris ticket.”

The six dimensions of voting irregularities in the report include: outright voter fraud, ballot mishandling, contestable process fouls, equal protection clause violations, voting machine irregularities, and significant statistical anomalies.

The idea that the most powerful office in the world can be stolen, and the press refuse to examine the claims, is yet another frightening reality we’ve had to face in 2020.  For his part, President Trump has advertised a protest in Washington DC on January 6th.  It “will be wild” he said.  At least we know he hasn’t lost his spirit for the fight!

It’s that fight we must take with us in to next year.  Never has the distance between the people and the governing elite been greater, and never have the lies been more extraordinary.

In 2021, we’ll carry on fighting lies with truth, and we’ll carry on believing in the value of truth.  It will save us in the end.

All in all, it’s been a very tough year, and we know that this will continue in to early 2021.

A global pandemic and economic shut-down, people locked in to our homes, unprecedented and unimaginable government control, illegal immigration, and potentially the greatest election fraud ever carried out, have characterised this year like no other.

What’s more, it isn’t over yet.


Anne Marie Waters 


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