Good evening, I’m still reporting on the coup.
Got your Quax Passport yet? No matter if you are headed out to see rock legend
Eric Clapton live in concert.
Clapton was one of the least rebellious of the rock super-stars, whereas British
Prime Minister Boris Johnson had the reputation of being a super rebel. But now
the roles have been strangely reversed.
On Wednesday, Clapton announced that he will refuse to perform at venues
where proof of jabrolation is required for entry.
The announcement was in response to the British PM requiring Quacx passports
for certain indoor events.
“Following the PM’s announcement on Monday the 19th of July, 2021, I feel
honour bound to make an announcement of my own:
During his announcement on Monday, PM Boris warned:
“I would remind everybody that some of life’s most important pleasures and
opportunities are likely to be increasingly dependent on [flaxacation].”
But Clapton has seen the light as the result of two rounds of serious side effects
from Quacxes. He now sides with the Swedes who wisely chose the natural
immunity road, in response to the drumbeat of fear of the double-death virus. The
Swedes never locked down and so their national economy has gone chugging
along unimpeded by the worldwide scare.
According to Thursday’s Epoch Times, Clapton explained what happened in a
statement in May:
“I took the first jab of AZ [AstraZeneca] and straight away had severe reactions
which lasted ten days, I recovered eventually and was told it would be twelve
weeks before the second one.”
Six weeks later, he was talked into taking the second AZ shot. The reaction was
“… my hands and feet were either frozen, numb, or burning, and pretty much
useless for two weeks, I feared I would never play again, I suffer with peripheral
neuropathy and should never have gone near the needle. But the propaganda
said the [quacx] was safe for everyone.”
According to Rolling Stone magazine, Clapton does not have any shows
scheduled in the UK until May 2022 – probably enough time for all this to subside
once again. However Clapton does have shows in North America starting in
Clapton shows start in Texas and wend their way across the Southern U.S. Sept.
I’m still reporting from just outside the one-time citadel of world freedom. Good