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  1. Even ITV is admitting it..
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  2. Revealing television debate
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  3. Dear friends from UK! I would like to let you know that we have huge problems in Poland right now. Yesterday people gathered in Warsaw (capital of Poland) for the freedom march. We had doctors from many countries to talk about the pandemic issues like too much control of government etc. There were doctors from different countries such as: Dr De Klerk, dr N. P. Cancelo, dr Labat i A. Giorgiani. When they started to talk in the city centre, police attacked us. Probably it was created by government and they put someone in the crowd to trigger the police. I will give you some videos of what happened straight after doctors started to talk to the microphone. Today, the day after, there are some groups representing LGBT+ movement and police is doing nothing against them. They are trying to disturb many people that are attending to the church. I am not on any of the sides, however people from LGBT are shouting "wear the masks" and they creating protests, where police is doing nothing, again. The police was really brutal and I will give you few links with videos from there. I was also there. This one is from the mainstream media, but actually you can see a lot of provocation on the run: This is more independent media, it is long, but you can see how brutal police was: Like I said, I was there and we had to run away for many streets, police was chasing innocent people. If there is someone here in Warsaw let me know I could help or meet and talk as well. The situation is at critical moment, as the parliament made a vote that the VACCINATIONS WOULD BE MANDATORY for everyone. Please spread this message, and let me tell you this: All Polish people in UK are supporting you there as well.
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  4. This was the SAVE OUR RIGHTS UK protest march from Hyde Park to various locations; organised by LOUISE CREFFIELD and VINCE DUNMALL, and attended by Piers Corbyn. Piers and Louise at Hyde Park Vince and Piers Oxford Street "Let's Change the Way We Shop" (on Oxford Street shop) Louise in Oxford Street Oxford Circus Westminster Walking towards Trafalgar Square from Westminster
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  5. That's brilliant. Thank you. Another good thing about the inspect tool is that it allows you to edit the files locally. So you can have some fun with gov web pages, like putting on the specs from They Live. :)
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  6. Something is going on beneath the surface,and joining the dots from what happened at the recent protests there is a link which I almost hesitate to mention for being labelled as paranoid but I will put it out there for consideration. The section of 'police' who are antagonistic to the protesters and waging violence included many who did not speak English. During the National Lockdown when the 5g cables were being laid I overheard some of the workmen in conversation.They were not speaking English. I mentioned this to a friend who said that where he lived the workmen were housed tightly together and again seemed not to be from this country. Couple this with the obviously planned illegal invasion,ie all single males with no ties,a secret army who would not hesitate to use force against us and it feels like a net is surrounding us ready to be drawn in. Maybe its crazy but with the 2020 fast becoming a year of infamy...nothing is beyond the realms of possibility with a government that has sold it's people out for a handful of silver.
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  7. A lot of crying by @Lord Humungus calling people the perfect blanket argument, "anti-semites". Don't think you actually know anything about the Talmud or Torah to be honest because if you did you wouldn't be so quick to defend Judaism. In the Talmud, they essentially verbally brutalise Christ, saying that he was tortured and stoned. They also believe that after he died, he went to hell in which he was left burning in boiling excrement. The number one enemy of the Jews in those days wasn't even Jesus, it was the Jews who converted to Christianity, they were essentially hunted down. Why? Maybe they had an issue with the religion. Does this make them anti-semites? That's not even mentioning the paedophillia and Ritual abuse with the Kabbalah or the funding of the trans-atlantic slave trade and buying of slaves because they believe that black people are to live in poverty and be worker bees for the Jews. I don't believe this... They do. Does it make me an anti-semite to point out the scumfuckery they've been doing for generations? Is Paul the Revelator an Anti-semite? What about Jesus? "I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan." You do the deeds of your father.” Then they said to Him, “We were not born of fornication; we have one Father—God.” Jesus said to them, "If God were your Father, you would love Me, for I proceeded forth and came from God; nor have I come of Myself, but He sent Me. Why do you not understand My speech? Because you are not able to listen to My word. You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you shall do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own resources, for he is a liar and the father of it.
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  8. Non-conpliance and exchange of information - first and foremost.
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  9. Craig Murray - Ex British Ambassador - Whistle-blower... Finally gets time away from Political Court Trials and Protests to focus on Convid1984; Covid-19 and the Political Utility of Fear October 25, 2020 Craig Murray The true mortality rate of covid-19 remains a matter of intense dispute, but it is undoubtedly true that a false public impression was given by the very high percentage of deaths among those who were tested positive, at the time when it was impossible to get tested unless you were seriously ill (or a member of society’s “elite”). When only those in danger of dying could get a test, it was of course not at all surprising that such a high percentage of those who tested positive died. It is astonishing how many articles are published with the entirely fake claim that the mortality rate of Covid-19 is 3.4%, based on that simple methodology. That same methodology will today, now testing is much more widely available to those who feel ill, give you results of under 1%. That is still an overestimate as very few indeed of the symptomless, or of those with mild symptoms, are even now being tested. The Guardian’s daily graphs of statistics since January 1 illustrate this very nicely. It is of course not in fact the case, as the graphs appear to show, that there are now vastly more cases than there were at the time of peak deaths in the spring. It is simply that testing is much more available. What the graphs do indicate is that, unless mortality rates have very radically declined, cases tested on the same basis they are tested today would have given results last spring of well over 100,000 cases per day. It is also important to note that, even now, a very significant proportion of those with covid-19, especially with mild symptoms, are still not being tested. Quite possibly the majority. So you could very possibly double or treble that figure if you were looking for actual cases rather than tested cases. I do not believe anybody seriously disputes that there are many millions of people in the general population who had covid and survived it, but were never tested or diagnosed. That can include people who were quite badly ill at home but not tested, but also a great many who had mild or no symptoms. It is worth recalling that in a cruise ship outbreak, when all the passengers had to be compulsorily tested, 84% of those who tested positive had no symptoms. What is hotly disputed is precisely how many millions there are who have had the disease but never been tested, which given the absence of widespread antibody testing, and inaccuracies in the available antibody tests, is not likely to be plain for some time, as sample sizes and geographical reach of studies published to date have been limited. There is no shortage of sources and you can take your pick. For what it is worth, my own reading leads me to think that this Lancet and BMJ published study, estimating an overall death rate of 0.66%, is not going to be far off correct when, in a few years time, scientific consensus settles on the true figure. I say that with a certain caution. “Respectable” academic estimates of global deaths from Hong Kong flu in 1968 to 70 range from 1 million to 4 million, and I am not sure there is a consensus. It is impossible to discuss covid-19 in the current state of knowledge without making sweeping assumptions. I am going here to assume that 0.66% mortality rate as broadly correct, which I believe it to be (and if anything pessimistic). I am going to assume that 70% of the population would, without special measures, catch the virus, which is substantially higher than a flu pandemic outbreak, but covid-19 does seem particularly contagious. That would give you about 300,000 total deaths in the United Kingdom, and about a tenth of that in Scotland. That is an awful lot of dead people. It is perfectly plain that, if that is anything near correct, governments cannot be accused of unnecessary panic in their responses to date. Whether they are the best responses is quite another question. Because the other thing of which there is no doubt is that covid-19 is an extremely selective killer. The risk of death to children is very small indeed. The risk of death to healthy adults in their prime is also very marginal indeed. In the entire United Kingdom, less than 400 people have died who were under the age of 60 and with no underlying medical conditions. And it is highly probable that many of this very small number did in fact have underlying conditions undiagnosed. Those dying of coronavirus, worldwide, have overwhelmingly been geriatric. As a Stanford led statistical study of both Europe and the USA concluded The study concludes that for adults of working age the risk of dying of coronavirus is equivalent to the risk of a car accident on a daily commute. I should, on a personal note, make quite plain that I am the wrong side of this. I am over 60, and I have underlying heart and lung conditions, and I am clinically obese, so I am a prime example of the kind of person least likely to survive. The hard truth is this. If the economy were allowed to function entirely normally, if people could go about their daily business, there would be no significant increase in risk of death or of life changing illness to the large majority of the population. If you allowed restaurants, offices and factories to be be open completely as normal, the risk of death really would be almost entirely confined to the elderly and the sick. Which must beg the question, can you not protect those groups without closing all those places? If you were to open up everything as normal, but exclude those aged over 60 who would remain isolated, there would undoubtedly be a widespread outbreak of coronavirus among the adult population, but with few serious health outcomes. The danger lies almost entirely in spread to the elderly and vulnerable. The danger lies in 35 year old Lisa catching the virus. She might pass it on to her children and their friends, with very few serious ill effects. But she may also pass it on to her 70 year old mum, which could be deadly. We are reaching the stage where the cumulative effect of lockdown and partial lockdown measures is going to inflict catastrophic damage on the economy. Companies could survive a certain period of inactivity, but are coming to the end of their resilience, of their financial reserves, and of effective government support. Unemployment and bankruptcies are set to soar, with all the human misery and indeed of deleterious health outcomes that will entail. There is no social institution better designed than schools for passing on a virus. The fact that schools are open is an acknowledgement of the fact that there is no significant danger to children from this virus. Nor is there a significant danger to young adults. University students, the vast, vast majority of them, are not going to be more than mildly ill if they catch coronavirus. There is no more health need for universities to be locked down and teaching virtually, than there would be for schools to do the same. It is a nonsense. The time has come for a change in policy approach that abandons whole population measures, that abandons closing down sectors of the economy, and concentrates on shielding that plainly defined section of the population which is at risk. With this proviso – shielding must be on a voluntary basis. Elderly or vulnerable people who would prefer to live their lives, and accept that there is currently a heightened risk of dying a bit sooner than might otherwise be expected, must be permitted to do so. The elderly in particular should not be forcefully incarcerated if they do not so wish. To isolate an 88 year old and not allow them to see their family, on the grounds their remaining life would be shortened, is not necessarily the best choice for them. It should be their choice. To some extent this selective shielding already happens. I know of a number of adults who have put themselves into voluntary lockdown because they live with a vulnerable person, and such people should be assisted as far as possible to work from home and function in their isolation. But in general, proper protection of the vulnerable without general population lockdowns and restrictions would require some government resource and some upheaval. There could be, for example, a category of care homes created under strict isolation where no visitation is allowed and there are extremely strict firewall measures. Others may have less stringent precautions and allow greater visitation and movement; people should have the choice, and be assisted in moving to the right kind of institution for them. This would involve upheaval and resources, but nothing at all compared to the upheaval being caused and resources lost by unnecessary pan-societal restrictions currently in force. Temporary shielded residential institutions should be created for those younger people whose underlying health conditions put them at particular risk, should they wish to enter them. Special individual arrangements can be put in place. Public resource should not be spared to help. But beyond those precautions to protect those most in danger, our world should return to full on normal. Ordinary healthy working age people should be allowed to make a living again, to interact socially, to visit their families, to gather together, to enjoy the pub or restaurant. They would be doing so in a time of pandemic, and a small proportion of them would get quite ill for a short while, and a larger proportion would get mildly ill . But that is a part of the human condition. The myth that we can escape disease completely and live forever is a nonsense. Against this are the arguments that “every death is a tragedy” and “one death is too many”. It is of course true that every death is a tragedy. But in fact we accept a risk of death any time we get in a car or cross a road, or indeed buy meat from the butcher. In the USA, there has been an average of 4.5 amusement park ride fatalities a year for the last 20 years; that is an entirely unnecessary social activity with a slightly increased risk of death. Few seriously want amusement parks closed down. I genuinely am convinced that for non-geriatric people, the risk of death from Covid-19 is, as the Stanford study suggested, about the same as the risk of death from traffic accident on a daily commute. The idea that people should not commute to work because “any death is a tragedy” is plainly a nonsense. The problem is that it is a truism of politics that fear works in rendering a population docile, obedient or even grateful to its political leaders. The major restrictions on liberty under the excuse of the “war on terror” proved that, when the statistical risk of death by terrorism has always been extraordinarily small to any individual, far less than the risk of traffic accident. All the passenger security checks that make flying a misery, across the entire world, have never caught a single bomb, anywhere. Populations terrified of covid-19 applaud, in large majority, mass lockdowns of the economy which have little grounding in logic. The way for a politician to be popular is to impose more severe lockdown measures and tell the population they are being saved, even as the economy crumbles. Conversely, to argue against blanket measures is to invite real hostility. The political bonus is in upping the fear levels, not in calming them. This is very plain in Scotland, where Nicola Sturgeon has achieved huge popularity by appearing more competent and caring in managing the covid-19 crisis than Boris Johnson – which may be the lowest bar ever set as a measure of political performance, but it would be churlish not to say she has cleared it with style and by a substantial margin. But when all the political gains are on the side of more blanket lockdowns and ramping up the levels of fear, then the chances of measures tailored and targeted specifically on the vulnerable being adopted are receding. There is also the danger that politicians will wish to keep this political atmosphere going as long as possible. Fear is easy to spread. If you make people wear face masks and tell them never to go closer than 2 metres to another person or they may die, you can throw half the population immediately into irrational hostility towards their neighbours. Strangers are not seen as people but as parcels of disease. In these circumstances, asking ordinary people to worry about political liberty is not fruitful. But the new five tier measures announced by the Scottish government yesterday were worrying in terms of what they seem to indicate about the permanence of restrictions on the, not really under threat, general population. In introducing the new system, Nicola Sturgeon went all BBC on us and invoked the second world war and the wartime spirit, saying we would eventually get through this. That of course was a six year haul. But what really worried me was the Scottish government’s new five tier system with restrictions nominated not 1 to 5, but 0 to 4. Zero level restrictions includes gatherings being limited to 8 people indoors or 15 people outdoors – which of course would preclude much political activity. When Julian Assange’s father John was visiting us this week I wished to organise a small vigil for Julian in Glasgow, but was unable to do so because of Covid restrictions. Even at zero level under the Scottish government’s new plans, freedom of assembly – an absolutely fundamental right – will still be abolished and much political activity banned. I cannot see any route to normality here; the truth is, of course, that it is very easy to convince most of the population inspired by fear to turn against those interested in political freedom. What is in a number? When I tweeted about this, a few government loyalists argued against me that numbering 0 to 4 means nothing and the levels of restriction might equally have been numbered 1 to 5. To which I say, that numbering the tiers of restriction 1 to 5 would have been the natural choice, whereas numbering them 0 to 4 is a highly unusual choice. It can only have been chosen to indicate that 0 is the “normal” level and that normality is henceforth not “No restrictions” but normal is “no public gathering”. When the threat of Covid 19 is deemed to be sufficiently receding we will drop to level zero. If it was intended that after level 1, restrictions would be simply set aside, there would be no level zero. The signal being sent is that level zero is the “new normal” and normal is not no restrictions. It is both sinister and unnecessary. It is argued that only Tories are worried about the effect on the economy in the face of a public health pandemic. That is the opposite of the truth. Remarkably, the global lockdowns have coincided with an astonishing rate of increase in the wealth of the richest persons on the planet. That is an effect we are shortly going to see greatly amplified. As tens of thousands of small and medium businesses will be forced into bankruptcy by lockdown measures and economic downturn, their assets and their markets will be snapped up by the vehicles of the super-wealthy. I am not a covid sceptic. But neither do I approve of fear-mongering. The risk to the large majority of the population is very low indeed, and it is wrong that anybody who states that fact is immediately vilified. The effect of fear on the general population, and the ability of politicians to manipulate that fear to advantage, should not be underestimated as a danger to society. There has been a substantial increase in human life expectancy over my lifetime and a subsequent distancing from death. That this trend should be permanent, in the face of human over-population, resource exhaustion and climate change, is something we have too readily taken for granted. In the longer term, returning to the familiarity with and acceptance of death that characterised our ancestors, is something to which mankind may need to become re-accustomed. In the short term, if permanent damage to society is not to be done, then the response needs to be less of an attack on the entire socio-economic structure, and more targeted to the protection of the clearly defined groups at real risk. I greatly dislike those occasions when I feel compelled to write truths which I know will be unpopular, particularly where I expect them to arouse unpleasant vilification rather than just disagreement. This is one of those times. But I write this blog in general to say things I believe need to be said. I am very open to disagreement and to discussion, even if robust, if polite. But this is not the blog to which to come for comfort-reading. https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/10/covid-19-and-the-political-utility-of-fear/
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  10. Now that I think about it, it's almost as though he was using David Icke, although that may be an unpopular opinion. Think about it: he gets millions of hits to his website off the back of "I defend free speech", whilst simultaneously remaining on okay terms with the establishment by claiming that he "doesn't agree with all of David's views". It's rather cunning actually. He has interviewed a variety of guests so wide as to appeal to many different demographics, not just the conspiracy researchers. I rather think he is a game player, which I can't really be bothered with. That being said, I could be wrong.
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  11. Oh yes mate : ) It is like, I have never agreed to Ytubes consent popup. I just won't (the stubborn twat that I am) What I do is remove it. So everytime I go to a YT vid I get this type of thing (and this video creator hasn't read the headings of the document fields, which makes us look a bit silly): All I do is inspect it: and then scroll up a bit in the inspector and delete the node: That 'consent - bump' is always just above the green 'css - build - shady' delete that and watch the vid, read the comments, save it if it is of worth. Yes it takes 10 seconds but I will not consent to any of their shit EVER.
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  12. Cheers, man. I use browser dev tools quite regularly for work, so am familiar with the nesting. Mainly troubleshooting CSS errors. Never thought to check the seed thing of vids. That's a good tip. Will try it out. If we all build an offline archive, we can ensure the knowledge and info survives.
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  13. Masks are a non-essential good
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  14. I have never worn a face covering in any shop and do not intend to. However I do limit the number of shops I now visit and do a mass shop to minimise the number of these psychologically oppressive missions,as I now think of them. I say "exempt" if reminded to wear one and can put up with other customers freakishly cowardly looks,but the worst part is the tannoy system in the shops reminding 'me' to cover up. This is psychoterrorism at its finest and what gets me is the deliberate lack of information out there to let people know of the exemption rules. Almost no-one knows the facts and wear their muzzle from fear of fines,which is crazy. People should never fear the 'gubmint',it is they who should fear the people. Unfortunately the veil has been removed,they(the nwo satanic tyrants)are out in the open,even as many are in denial through wilful ignorance to avoid facing reality. The oppression is increasing exponentially,like the proverbial frogs in the boiling water we will all wake up at some point,but the nwo know this and frankly don't care now. When will the last of the sleeping masses awaken? At the very latest will it be when family members are isolated via military escort or when they are shackled in trains heading for their final "shower"?
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  15. for me it was very clear several months ago when multiple countries started acting like synchronized swimmers and the media started talking in ww2 propaganda slogans the printed propaganda posters sprung up everywhere all over the world using the same rhetoric in multiple languages along with the same graphical illustrations even stevie wonder could see this has been planed for a very long time i remember watching the propaganda on tv during the first gulf invasion all terrestrial tv channels simultaneously broadcasted the story of babies being pulled out of incubators and being stamped to death these monsters are capable of anything the truth holds no value to them
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  16. Agreed. We might have a bit of banter on here about "sheep", but I don't think that will help our cause calling the public that in real life. I think there are probably a lot of people that know things are not right, but they're just not as far down the rabbit hole as some of us here. My family and pals are not buying this crap anyway, but maybe it's because they can see how much it has been tearing me up, I dunno.
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  17. Most people begging say the phrase, "Can you spare any change?" I've often felt this statement really means more than just money. Change the way we interact with one another and treating each other like our brother and sister. Change the world.
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  18. on a positive note I am not a fan of banning useless things shallow people might find engaging however this example below seems fully justified
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  19. I had a bad vision a few days ago. It is that, every single thing we know, we have been taught. And I thought then, what if EVERYTHING taught to us has been a lie? From growing up, you know.. An analogy, and I do hate this, but flat earth. Now I am pretty darn sure the earth is round, but why do I think that? I have no first hand experience of that, I am just reliant upon others knowledge. I believe the earth is round, because that's what 'they' tell me. What happens when you go to Antarctica and face this wall of ice. I don't know, because I haven't had the opportunity of going there and doing that. Does earth run out, or not? Does space exist, I don't know. I've only been taught that it does. Do you see what I mean guys? Now reapply what I've said above to literally everything we believe as humans to be true. No, really think about this. Peace. e2a: Mods please do what you want with this post. Not a fcking clue. Deep in thought right now and a bit confused. Just wishing everyone well.
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  20. Just remember that the easily led will always follow the crowd, but this goes in both directions. The more inspiring and passionate leaders we have on our side, the more the slightly less "big thinkers" you might say will join the cause. The situation might look hopeless from what you see on the street but Internet comment sections are full of people calling out this scam, when the vast majority were for it back in March. We've seen with the Great Barrington Declaration that even a crooked media has to report such things when they are public enough. This is what we need, more doctors, scientists, business owners and the general population grouping to rise up and say their piece. Think tanks, meetings and small acts of rebellion every little helps. Even if it feels like you can do nothing, you can do a lot, by even just talking to people you know who may be becoming a little bit doubtful and referring them to the likes of Mike Yeadon or Ivor Cummins. And there's no stopping anyone handing out leaflets, starting small demonstrations or getting a guitar out and writing some anti-lockdown music, because God knows there hasn't been enough. Now is the time, we've all got to get out of our comfort zone because we are heading for a world where me writing this comment on an Internet forum is probably going to be an arrestable offense.
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  21. There are loads of videos of empty testing sites been floating around last few weeks in the UK. Yet we are told hundreds of thousands of tests a day. That is a blatant scam. Then the test itself we know is a total scam. The admissions to hospital is a scam, as they test anybody who go's in & then label them a covid case. Anyone who dies after being tested positive for any reason is listed as a covid case. So all you need to do is test lots of old people or very sick, get a few positives false or real..you are bound to get a few deaths so can keep scam going. The death certificates are a scam. The hospitals are not full. Theres been nobody collapsing in the street & all the countries surrounding Wuhan China didnt suffer hardly any deaths. HongKong, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan..................??? They have found covid1984 in the shit from March 2019 if im correct also. Then they have these long covid BS & also ther Kawasaki they tried to blame..which from what I see, looks more like radiation burns. Which a lot of people complained during lockdown were feeling burning sensations to their skin everynight, including myself. Not sure about the 5g but they were up to something & its got fuck all to do with flu. Dunno what dark winter they have in store, but I agree with GR listening to Gates megalomaniac chuckling to himself about a second pandemic. Extremely disturbing & 500,000 people demanded he be investigated...yet not a word from Trump about it.
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  22. ziggy Have you tried the ‘ if I have to pretend your masks work , you can pretend I’m wearing one ?!
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  23. Being a man, I've only had middle aged Karens challenging me when not wearing a mask. One bint followed me around tesco express trying to dictate to me and i completely ignored her which she hated. Suck on that. Then you have the Karens in the queues who turn around and see you not wearing a mask like every other lemming, and they shake their head at me slowly. I respond with a jack nicholson grinning head nod very slowly (look up the gifs of this and you'll see what I mean haha). I urge everyone to do this... Like this lol-
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  24. some people would rather check out than admit that conspiracy theorists have been right all along They can't be humble and say 'hey man, i'm sorry for treating you like shit for so many years and calling you a 'tinfoil hat wearing nutjob'....alienating you, isolating you, silencing you at every turn and gaslighting you'....no....many would rather check out altogether or just simply passively sleep walk into their technocratic enslavement...its sad they tried to break my spirit but in the end they will break long before i ever will, because it was me that was strong all along. Strong enough to stand on my own two feet in my truth while they just towed the line
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  25. Why can't Muslims take a job? Everyone gets the piss taken out of them. Why are Muslims so sensitive? Honestly that religion is a cult... Don't care if people think I'm islamophobic maybe I am scared of their ideology....
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  26. @Steph sounds buddhist... also sufi and many philosophies coming from india
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  27. In September, Robert Odeck of the Observation Deck Youtube channel interviewed "J" who has a numerology background and who claims to have decoded the front page of the Economist magazine above. "J" believes that asteriod 18VP1 may bring chaos in the final quarter of 2020 - he thinks that this coming weekend (closest to Halloween) could be particularly pivotal. You may wonder how this relates to coronavirus but some pandemics throughout history - e.g. Justinian's Plague and the Black Death - have been linked to asteroids and other unusual celestial phenomena. The interview also links in with Robert's previous video ('1666 vs 2020 Part 1') which covered the theme of the 1666 Great Fire of London and the great reset which took place after the devastation of the plague and the fire. I posted Part 1 in the Great Reset thread.
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  28. What's the betting if it was mandated to wear a tied hanky on your head and rolled up trousers in the shop we would see a lot of this: A Gaggle of Gumbies!
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  29. Yeah, I think the reality is that most people do not look beyond the very mainstream narratives and took it in good faith that we need to be ultra cautious of this deadly virus going around. It worked well. But we need to remember the other projects of these groups: social justice, globalism, jacked up carbon taxes, all deeply unpopular with the majority and the direct cause of the Trump election and Brexit, which were protest votes against this crap more than anything. The Great Reset is in the same vein.
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  30. Interesting how it is only Western Europe which is being removed in Time Magazine by the 'Great Architects.'
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  31. Perhaps because you are aligned within yourself and have charisma and just don't realise it? People like that can sometimes be left out or nobody sits next to them because their energetic field radiates that subconsciously people think you aren't alone when you are. Sorry if a bit esoteric. But I think there are some truths to these. These sort of situations bother me too as I am sensitive. However it seems you dodged a bullet. Do you know her? Perhaps she was trying to make you feel like that on purpose. Either way it's a shitty thing to do and infantile on her part. I find these situations funny now. Slightly less severe ones when you are with someone and they meet someone they know and they don't bother to acknowledge you or say hi. I always say hi. They probably think it's a sign of weakness or something I just laugh at myself now. Rude buggers. But after the first encounter I usually treat them how they treat me. No resentfulness. @allymisfiti think you know that's not true. I've seen your picture. I remember my mates teenage sister called me ugly and something awful. It was very bruising and at a younger man at the time it was kind of soul destroying. I don't know what it is with teenage girls but they go through a horrible stage. But then I think all teenagers do. Hormones and what not.
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  32. A quite brilliant speech by Robert F Kennedy. Quite moving https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xaui8nZ-140&t=243s
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  33. Your words mate, lets just look at the username you decided to use! You telling me that isn't childish? But of course you didn't address any point I made, just became offended or tried to portray such.
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  34. Sure with so much emphasis on environment these days, wrapping goods in all this wasted plastic wrap is not good for the environment. You know why the large supermarkets have had to do this because it never made any sense that smaller shops were forced to close but larger supermarkets were allowed to stay open. Often when they are selling the same products. Of course it is still possible to buy all those products online and have them delivered. If someone is in a shop already it is not going to make much difference if they pickup a non essential item while they are there doing essential shopping. Even if someone went out only to purchase a non essential item, it wouldn't make a big difference as most people are there shopping for so called essential items.
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  35. Popped into the supermarket. Don't go often, maybe once a month. Last time a goon clocked me and I told him I was exempt and walked on. As usual, only 3 or 4 of us were without masks. Today, for the first time, I was collared by a fellow dissident. An unmasked woman comes up to me and says : "You're only the fourth person I've seen today without a mask". Says she has asthma but never wore an exemption pendant/lanyard until today, under pressure from her conformist husband who insists she wear it. She asked me what I am exempt for and I told her I am not, I just think the whole thing is a load of rubbish and refuse to wear a mask, and she agreed. She then called people who wear masks 'weirdos', and I smiled and quickly walked off, realising we were being listened to. A mask-wearer was close by. It's the first time in my life I've felt normal, but the incident makes me realise that we are the normal ones, everybody else are the weirdos.
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  36. We can only wish the penny drops!!! & the lights turn on.... i wouldnt hold your breath though.....ee-aww
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  37. Apologies for not responding earlier.... Anything goes... It's a thread about Freemasonry. From my experience they seem to have an unnatural prediliction for setting people up with underage sex blackmail... That's one of the reasons I never joined..... I suppose there are people out there who would love to have sex with a 15 year old Japanese school girl, for instance, which was what was offered to me..... these people end up ruling the world which probably explains why we live in a world which is just about to destroy itself. https://www.truthspoon.com/p/escape-from-city-of-paedophile.html They seem to go to a lot of trouble to compromise you before they will let you into their secrets..... but I discovered their secrets anyway by connecting directly to the source.
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  38. My experience is that I began to wake up in 2005,when circumstances gave me the opportunity to look into 911 which although I naively believed the narrative at the time (propaganda was something only Russia did!)but I had an urge to look into it. This led to various rabbitholes from 2012 to False Flags etc and I remembered DI as a snooker commentator who had been vilified for his views so I watched many of his yt videos and things began to make some kind of sense. I don't blindly accept everything he says:I don't believe any one person has the full picture but he is one who has a large piece. The only thing I do know for certain is,as he says,"the mind is like a parachute... ...it works best when it is open"
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  39. Well there's people who believe in Flat Earth and that there is no Space ...!!! Are you going to try to respond and understand them too ?? Don't give attention to any of it , it is all a blight on this forum ... But to answer your question it is understandable that people like us who now understand the authorities they have previously trusted , politicians , doctors , media are all a lie , are now suspicious of EVERYONE ... It's an occupational hazard of being a truther!
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  40. Who's been talking dirty about Mr Crowley while I've been sleeping ??? Yes It's true ... I am the successor to Crowley .... He laid the foundation for a new religion , Thelema destined to guide humanity into our new paradise reality .... he was the first prophet , the "Great Beast" ... I am the second , the "Red Beast" .... It's a bit similar to Christianity where the head is the pope ... and there have been a long line of popes..... "Pope Pius IX " ... "Pope John III " etc So there will be a long line of Beasts . Each new Beast clarifies and expounds the Thelemic doctrine .... I had known from an early age my destiny ... and bought every Crowley book there was , immersed myself in his teachings .... What effect did this have? ... Did I start sacrificing children and other depraved things ??? ... No I devoted myself wholeheartedly to Yoga and personal development (intellectual and spiritual) ,and seeking communion with my Holy Guardian Angel to have greater clarity on my purpose in life and how to realize it ....because , believe it or not , that is what Crowley's teachings advise. So within 6 years I had absorbed all his information , discarded his books and developed my own ideas ... Make no mistake ....Crowley was not one of the good guys ! He did rape torture and eat small children .. ( not something to joke about) ... he has incurred a VERY heavy Karmic debt . Those behind the creation of Thelema were the dark fallen Angels and malevolent ET's who control all things here ... their goal was to corrupt humanity into deeper depravity with this new religion ... But rules dictate , for something like a religion , and for it to take off , it has to have balance of dark and light ... So there is plenty of dark in there , and plenty of light , you can take what you want ..... It's the same with christianity and all the rest of the religions .... So what new insights have I brought to Thelema ??? It is the cult of bliss and ecstasy realized through tantric sexual union and the path of Yoga .... Those on this path must perfect their Yoga .... all postures , but particularly for the male , this one ..... This is the preparation for divine union .... For many reasons Zero Gravity is required to optimize sexual union ..... This is the paradise which awaits humanity , But first we have to get the Dark ones off our backs , unless we do that , all will be lost and humanity destroyed ..... So this is the message I have for you all at this critical time ..... Re energize your believe in God/Creator /Divine Realm ... Pray that this higher forces unite with humanity in healing and forgiving the Dark ones oppressing us , that they depart and leave us in peace .... I'm more than happy to answer questions , keep them precise.
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