J’accuse


“J’Accuse…!” was an open letter published on 13 January 1898 in the newspaper L’Aurore by the influential writer Émile Zola. In the letter, Zola addressed President of France Félix Faure and accused the government of anti-Semitism and the unlawful jailing of Alfred Dreyfus, a French Army General Staff officer who was sentenced to lifelong penal servitude for espionage. Zola pointed out judicial errors and lack of serious evidence. The letter was printed on the front page of the newspaper and caused a stir in France and abroad. Zola was prosecuted for libel and found guilty on 23 February 1898. To avoid imprisonment, he fled to England, returning home in June 1899.


I am no Zola but I have the ability as a freeborn Englishman to condemn the British Establishment and Administration of breathtaking incompetence and maladministration, I went the opposite way to Zola crossing the channel as soon as Priti ‘PR’ Patel announced her infamous fourteen day quarantine rules for anybody returning to the U.K. from overseas for no other logical reason than she wanted to make ‘ a splash’ on national television, after being deliberately being kept off following allegations of her bullying in her department


Here goes add your own as you see fit;

J’accuse Johnson and cohorts of panic

J’accuse Parliament of not holding government to account

J’accuse Hancock of introducing a police state

J’accuse Government of Fraud in that every death is being recorded as Covid related

J’accuse the ‘lockdown ‘ of being a destructive failure

J’accuse Government of terrorism against the young

J’accuse the Civil Service going absent without leave while their unions demand full pay

J’accuse the destruction of whole sectors of industry for no logical reason

J’accuse the Government for the untold and early deaths from treatable cancers , heart disease and suicide

J’accuse Government increasing public debt to levels not seen for three hundred years

Finally, J’accuse Government of the loss of Freedom and Liberty built by countless generations in the cause of a failed response to a public health NHS crisis hoping that a vaccine will be found , when the reality is that after eighteen years no vaccine for SARS has been found.


Johnson and Hancock , in the words of both Cromwell in 1653 and Leo Amery in 1940 ‘’You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!”


We can no longer afford this level of attrition by the public sector against the private sector , nor should we endure it.

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