By Jacqui Deevoy
Enraged, as most people are, by the sight of murdering Midazolam Matt masquerading as a celebrity and joining that godawful TV show, I checked to see who he’d be ‘working’ with.
Can’t say I recognised most of them – I’m not one for soaps (or any mainstream TV) – so seeing the shiny faces of Hollyoaks and Corrie ‘stars’ beaming out at me from various online news articles didn’t help.
One face was familiar though: Boy George, big news and big-hatted) back in the 80s when I was working on Just Seventeen magazine, and big again these days, having appeared as a jesting judge on the tedious BBC talent show The Voice and now on the abomination of a show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Stuff happened to the Boy in between the teen scene and the Senior Railcard (I’m not mocking – I have one myself), something involving him chaining a Norwegian escort to a wall (the charge was assault and false imprisonment), for which he was given a 15 month jail sentence (but served only four). He later reinvented himself, bought some even bigger hats and bounced back!
George actually comes across as a good guy – I actually identify with him (WITH him, not AS him – although I DO favour a big hat and lashings of eyeliner) but only because we were born the same year – in the same month in fact – and have very similar Irish immigrant working class backgrounds. We both grew up on council estates, we both have a twinkle in our eye and a droll sense of humour and we even have a few old friends in common. That’s probably why, out of all the contestants in the latest I’m A Celebrity… I chose George. He was a grown up, he was sensitive and sensible, he’d understand.
What he needed to understand was how Matt Hancock isn’t an affable, bumbling public schoolboy, nor is he a genuinely nice guy who made a few mistakes. I wanted BG to understand what this man has done over the last 32 months; I want George to see the adulterous former Health Monster for what he actually is: a calculating psychopath, who implemented the orchestrated culling of the elderly during the never-to-be forgotten days of the Covid plandemic.
I wanted George to know about my film ‘A Good Death?’ (produced with Ickonic Media) which investigated euthanasia in care homes and hospitals during 2020 and 2021. I wanted him to know that, as filmmakers, we’d looked into Matt’s many misdemeanours and had come to the conclusion that he was complicit in mass murder, had blood all over his already-sticky little hands and that he needed to be held accountable. Being held accountable, however, didn’t mean him being paid an alleged £350,000 to entertain the masses doing bushwhacker trials in the Australian jungle.
Sadly, I didn’t have George’s personal email address to hand so I decided to write to his agent. Here’s what I wrote:
I hope you don’t mind me contacting you.
My name is Jacqui Deevoy: I’m a freelance journalist and filmmaker, writing for national and international newspapers and magazines for over three decades.
Boy George and I have past mutual friends and although I chatted to him once, many years ago, at the opening of Taboo in the West End, I don’t know anything about him apart from how he’s portrayed in and by the media.
I’ve just heard he’s going to be appearing on I’m A Celebrity alongside other celebrities including former Health Secretary Matt Hancock. Last year, I made a documentary, exposing Hancock as one of the main perpetrators of the biggest crime against humanity – namely the culling of the elderly.
I know I’m A Celebrity is supposed to be a fun show but I also know that George has a serious side and would perhaps appreciate having the information contained in my film in his possession.
Below is a bit about the film and a link to the full version.
I’m not looking for publicity and I’m not asking for anything from George – I just want him to know the truth about Hancock before entering the jungle with him. All I’m asking of you as his agent is that you share this email with him at the earliest opportunity. Thanks.
A Good Death?
I produced my film A Good Death? in 2021 with Ickonic Media. Each year, tens of thousands of elderly patients are quietly euthanised in NHS facilities. In hospitals, care homes and hospices, behind closed doors, their deaths are hastened in what appears to be a caring and humane way. Not all of these people are terminally ill but the majority of them are classed as ‘old’. The film explores the well-documented practice of euthanasia – illegal in the UK and carrying a life prison sentence – and asks how it’s become so widespread and acceptable. Why are those who are so often nowhere near the end of their lives regularly being given killer ‘cocktails’ of drugs that are used in many US states for executions? A Good Death? investigates.
good-death-documentary-about- involuntary-euthanasia-with- midazolam.html
Journalist, author and producer
I sent that email last week. To date, I’ve had no reply. I wonder if Boy George will ever get to see it. I’ve a feeling he won’t. A clue might be if we see him pulling out of the show or maybe starting a campaign to oust Hancock at the earliest opportunity. Or perhaps he’ll just do what the majority of the square-eyed mesmerised mainstream hypno-box watchers do: turn a blind eye and carry on. Watch that space. Or rather don’t. To be honest, I’d rather stick pins in my eyes.