Why is it that in the UK, which initially implemented the regulations and programmes of biosecurity under the most right-wing Government in living memory — a cabinet of criminals led by the serial liar, Boris Johnson — the accusation made against anyone who questioned the official justifications for our unquestioning obedience was that you are a “Right-wing conspiracy theorist”?
Typically, when a Western government and its media want to dismiss or delegitimise criticism of its actions, it does so by calling those who question their authority “Loony Lefties” (in the UK) or “Commies” (in the USA). This time, however, the “loonies” are officially “Right-wing.”
It’s true, of course, that the governments in power and parties in opposition that enforced or voted for masks, lockdown restrictions and “vaccine” mandates with the greatest zealotry and violence, and are now pushing hardest for the roll-out of Digital Identity and Central Bank Digital Currency, have identified themselves to their electorates as “Left-wing.” These include the governments of Justin Trudeau in Canada, Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand, Pedro Sánchez in Spain, António Costa in Portugal and, in opposition parties, Keir Starmer in the UK, where the always obedient trades unions have also supported the lockdown of businesses and “vaccine” mandates for the workers whose rights they are supposed to be defending. In doing so, the Left hasn’t hesitated to align itself with the Right-wing and anti-working-class governments of first Boris Johnson and now the globalist puppet Rishi Sunak in the UK, the Gilets jaunes-mutilating Emmanuel Macron in France, Giuseppe Conte and the former EU banker Mario Draghi in Italy, Sebastian Kurz and Karl Nehammer in Austria, and Viktor Orbán in Hungary.
All these governments, officially on both the Right and the Left of the almost closed Overton window of Western politics, as well as nominally liberal and conservative governments in Germany, Poland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland and Greece, continue to describe those who oppose the regulations and programmes of biosecurity as “Right-wing conspiracy theorists.” And this accusation isn’t limited to governments and media aligned across the political spectrum of the West but is also made by transnational organisations of global governance, including the United Nations, the European Commission, the World Health Organisation and the World Economic Forum. Why?