Sue Woollcott – written evidence (CIC0380)
House of Lords Constitution Committee
Inquiry into the Constitutional Implications of COVID-19
- After 65 years of being a lawful, thoughtful, mostly kind and hard-working woman, in March I suddenly found that the civil and human rights I had enjoyed were removed from me. I protested against this – for myself and for all people. I thought I would be joined by hundred of others because it was obvious to me that what was happening was wrong and dangerous. I have been fined for my modest protest.
- I have written to my MP (respectfully) four times and have been ignored. I approached Amnesty International but found they were not interested. THIS IS A CRIME AGAINST ALL PEOPLE and we have no redress. There does not seem to be proper procedure going on in Parliament.
- The was that 'information' has been conveyed to people has been through a media using the language of fear repeated over and over and over (brainwashing)
- Nearly everyone I know is fairly certain that the threat was made up – and the most obedient of people are beginning to say – no one is sick, no one is dying,