Jump to content

Leaderboard

Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 10/28/2020 in all areas

  1. I'm old. I'm happy to live a sedentary life, therefore “lockdown” hasn't affected my life one iota, apart from the inconvenience of doing basic things, like shopping. I haven't observed their rules anyway and still go wherever I want, unmasked. Although, I know elderly people whose life revolved around various activities, which gave them a motive to get up in the morning and go out. Whether it's bowls or darts, swimming or singing, they have been denied these small pleasures. Not to mention being forcibly parted from family, friends and aquaintances. Many of them now live in fear, because they
    9 points
  2. Plus one Velma. I think we are a similar age. The younger generation, my son included on the whole don't have a problem with not having face to face contact and socialising in person. On the whole, they are happy with virtual friendships. It worries me that some of the younger generation working from home or unemployed at home will become very lonely and depressed. Although I need to respect I am of a different generation to my son, I believe there has been an agenda for a long time to distance social contact. Human beings thrive imo when
    5 points
  3. This has got to be some sort of fucked up dream I'm in. There is no way this shit can be real.
    5 points
  4. How i'm reacting when the gestapo tries that mandatory vax bs.
    4 points
  5. IS THIS FILMING FOR A NEW DOCTOR WHO SERIES? THE BUDGET MUST HAVE GONE WOKEBROKE! "DIS-CRIM-IN-ATE! DIS-CRIM-IN-ATE!"
    4 points
  6. Hello, covid megathread. I'm new :) After reading you guys "success stories" of no-mask life, tonight I finally got brave and walked around the supermarket without a mask on. I was pretty nervous, and I had the mask in my hand the whole time, but every now and then I would see another unmasked shopper and it would inspire me to continue. Up until tonight I'd been a reluctant wearer of the mask, "mouth only" cos it was frickin hard to breathe and it steamed up my glasses if I wore it "properly" - and I only wore it not cos I think it's saving my life or saving grannies, but cos I
    4 points
  7. Well it finally happened. Masks are now mandatory where I work, correction, where I worked. I was told last night by managment that face masks were now mandatory in common areas of the factory. All the usual shit "you have to wear them when walking here, but don't have to wear them if you are doing this, blah blah nonsensical horseshit! My reply was "I don't have to wear a mask anywhere as they are harmful to my health" (I can't breathe wearing them) This was followed by a reply from what I can only describe as a spineless programed sheep (aka shift manager) as "well you are put
    3 points
  8. I listened to Neil Oliver, the archaeologist and historian, who seemed totally disgruntled by the encroaching police state and wondered how we can ever get back from this? But he made a good point, in that we are being systematically demoralised, deliberately by these bizarre restrictions, until we are too weak and browbeaten to resist. What he didn't say is that this tactic is to make people beg for the vaccine, just to get their damn life back. Although, we know that won't happen, because governments never relinquish power and one vaxx will never be enough.
    3 points
  9. something is happening........& getting bigger .....
    3 points
  10. Boris tells people to get on yer bike and Starmer runs them over, that's teamwork!
    3 points
  11. Eastern Europe is one of the next big targets for the culture war. Look how the MSM treat Poland, Belarus and Hungary at every opportunity. They seek to destroy any hint of tradition or self-determination. They must comply to the progressive globalist faith or pay the price. This is a whole lot bigger than abortion.
    2 points
  12. It does. I have just finished reading both 'Circumcision: The Hidden Trauma' by Ronald Goldman and 'Birth Trauma And The Dark Side Of Modern Medicine' by Jeanice Barcelo. The second one in particular is the most difficult book to read I have ever encountered. At one point, when I was reading a description of the actual circumcision of babies, how they do it and the reaction of the babies, I felt close to vomiting/fainting. That was from reading about it. There are fully grown adult medical students who have fainted or been sick before when witnessing the procedure. Je
    2 points
  13. You're another "sleeper" account. You joined the forum 10 days ago, but all of your comments are today, mostly this thread about the Jewish, Zionist Rebel Media. Anyone can click on your profile to see it.
    2 points
  14. Rebel News are an Israeli organistation to promote hatred against Muslims. I want controlled immigration but Rebel Media are controlled opposition to stir up hatred against Muslims and other immigrants instead of hightlighting the bleeding obvious. Elite Jews want the destruction of Europe how we know it. Avi Yememi is Rebel Media's voce in Melbourne. He's a Jewiah Nazi
    2 points
  15. some people need more to be conviced or are new to the conspiracyes and simply don't know how things work in rabbit hole be nice to them
    2 points
  16. Exactly what they are like. They are the orthodox Branch. The type with rainbow flags in their windows cowering behind the mainstream media seeing what level restrictions their postcode is. Absolutely state of em.
    2 points
  17. When is enough going to be enough for these tyrannical c**ts. The mainstream media was and still are complicit in this nonsense. I saw that hideous little creature kay burley with her stupid little annoying voice in a snippet asking for more lockdowns. Then you get the pure gaslighting "so we should let it rip". You know what if i put myself into the patadigm of the official narrative. Yes. Let the effing thing rip. Its not a plague. Its not killing people it is supposedly killing elderly 85+ and already dying old people. So we should just let them die? Y
    2 points
  18. Why isn't there a holocaust memorial being built by the british parliament to memorialise the millions of white russian christians that were slaughtered by the sabbatean-jewish, marxist bolsheviks? oh yes its because they were white and are therefore expendable according to the swine behind the new world order
    2 points
  19. It's most likely from Kaunas University of Technology website, uploaded in 2017. https://en.ktu.edu/people/klaus-schwab/ https://en.ktu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2017/10/K.Schwab.jpg
    2 points
  20. They must be looking for the flu which has vanished off the face of the earth this year I have no idea why,thats the only explanation I can give. As There has been a 98% plummet in flu infections this year. https://www.rt.com/op-ed/504625-covid19-flu-disappeared-replaced/
    2 points
  21. Homepage: https://youtube-dl.org/ Download latest version: https://youtube-dl.org/latest And if you're using one of many Linux distributions then it's most likely in their repositories to install.
    2 points
  22. The world is mad and not becoming better. I don't like this PCR test being given to people, it is just a very bad detection for RNA which is also the same for RNA fragment that is old dead virus. This means people who have had sars-2 in the body and created antibody for this (fragments virus) are being positive for covid19 when they are healthy. My advice to all members who wish to make some difference is to post the link to friends and family I show below from Dr Michael Yeadon - https://lockdownsceptics.org/lies-damned-lies-and-health-statistics-the-deadly-danger-of-
    2 points
  23. Great flip flop. A couple of days ago you were saying 'Jews don't run shit' and calling people 'anti-semites'. Seems you're trying to regain the trust you lost.. Don't trust this guy folks.... he did this to a member on Truth-Zone, told him what he wanted to hear and tried to gain trust.... then turned on him and started sendiing scripts to harvest IP addresses. This guy is a Fed.
    2 points
  24. My nieces and nephews - all 18,19,20,22 years old- seemed so alive on social media. I saw them in person a few Christmases ago and all four of them sat there like lemons with nothing to say. None of them had any conversational skills whatsoever. None of them had a sense of humour in the flesh, though were full of banter online. After numerous efforts to engage them I suggested they should all go into the garden and communicate with me via Facebook, which they nervously laughed at. Seen them all once since then but it was clear they never forgave me for a light hearted observation.
    2 points
  25. 2 points
  26. For the people dressing up as keep left bollards and traffic cones...
    2 points
  27. Second wave lampshade Fuck me these names just keep getting sillier. I think we should have a circle-jerker lockdown to tackle the spread.
    2 points
  28. I have a similar dilemma Clansman. I work for a local authority, and a month ago they mandated mask wearing in the office. My job involves visiting people in their homes, and for the few minutes i am with them, i am willing to wear a mask. But for me it stops there. A manager has told me that if i can't wear a mask in the office, then i can't do my job. I won't voluntarily leave, and am documenting my distress with the occupational health department. I've just had a session with a 'counsellor', over the phone, and she gave me the shpiel about wearing one fo
    2 points
  29. Yep, been to Napoli once, it's an odd place. Luxury and squalor in close proximity. But you have lots of people there with absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain from not taking this crap anymore.
    2 points
  30. Finalmente gli Italiani hanno ancora le palle. This from my wife from a place about 12km away. Finally, the Italians still have balls.
    2 points
  31. I have translated it into English and uploaded it here ... available for 30 days: https://ufile.io/x0iv7qkf 2014 document on effectiveness of masks and hand washing with various studies in bullet point ... concludes that hand washing more effective than masks and also that people don't obey the rules unless a great sense of danger which reduces the effectiveness of any method.
    2 points
  32. The Tesco Manager in this video, who tried to prevent this man from entering the store for not being appropriately dressed, eventually has to admit that clothes are essential. Edited to add: @alexaliterally just beat me to it (by a matter of seconds) with her pictures of this guy.
    2 points
  33. I still very clearly said ‘I’ when the one time I referred to myself and never used ‘me’ or ‘I’ when referring to myself so confusion only comes from not reading a post right. I am grateful that the option is there for me should an awful situation arise where there would be no other way out. My partner also supports this as he recognises me as human with rights to my body and also understands that there are some situations where we would have to. There sort of debates did always seem pointless to me really, people are usually extremely pro or against and savagely so. Ev
    2 points
  34. It's important that we learn from the past so we don't fall into the same trap. I thought I would make a separate thread about the Holodomor/Volga famine as I don't want to post content in the food shortages thread that is too depressing. The Bolshevik Revolution: Darkness Descends https://www.bitchute.com/video/M5Q8tr1vOjvo/
    1 point
  35. https://www.google.com/amp/s/ascensionavatar.wordpress.com/2020/07/27/whitney-webb-isabel-maxwell-israels-back-door-into-silicon-valley/amp/ Whitney Webb is a shill most likely but this rhetoric is bang on: By moving in “the same circles as her father” and vowing to “work only on things involving Israel,” Isabel Maxwell became a pivotal liaison for the entry of Israeli intelligence-linked tech firms into Silicon Valley with the help of Microsoft’s two co-founders, Paul Allen and Bill Gates. Isabel would also head an Israeli tech company that “protects children online,”
    1 point
  36. Absolute nonsense. Sorry, but has to be said.
    1 point
  37. I was watching some video of a guy showing the stark emptiness of central London and filming all the shops and units all over the West End that are closed for good. Empty arcades, shops boarded up, desolate tube and train stations. The place looks like a Sunday morning around 7:00am only this was video'd last Tuesday during peak hours. Only now do some people realise how much these cities and expensive real-estate are actually worth. They have no value -they provide no value. It's just the collective deluded inertia that keeps them going at the pace it has been accelerating at for more t
    1 point
×
×
  • Create New...