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  1. Another telegram post ...

     

    Here is how to defeat the passports. Step by step.

     
    1. Go get turned down or kicked out of an establishment, restaurant, school, etc document it. 


    2. Call the human rights commission: +44 161 829 8100 (Manchester UK) 


    3. Make a complaint and get a file number. 


    4. Use that file number and make a statement. 


    5. The human rights commission will serve them papers. 


    6. The place that rejected you will think they can win in court.

     
    7. The judge will force them to pay because the human rights commission will remind them no business private or public can discriminate against anyone based on religion, race and yes any health reasons because it is illegal. 


    8. Everyone will overwhelm the places that they will also fight against the passports by allowing everyone inside and not turning anyone away. 
     
    They will have to pay for breaking the law, and they will not be able to handle more than 1 case at a time. 
     
    No protesting needed. No boycotting. There are many systems in place but no education on them.  
     
    If you truly want to be free and not feel like a victim then do these steps and share this. 
     
    Let’s give this a try and see if it works.

     

     

     

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  2. 1 hour ago, Velma said:

    Shouldn’t the efficacy of the vaccine have been established BEFORE it was administered?

     

    It was. But they quoted the meaningless relative efficacy value of around 95% when they should have quoted the absolute efficacy vale which is a factor of 10 lower!

     

     

  3. World War Three: the evidence that Big 4 Mag-Jabbers are deliberately killing Mankind is mounting by the hour.

     

    It cannot be stated too strongly. The deliberate failure to disclose the ACTUAL ingredients of their vials by each Pharmaceutical company that is producing the death-shots self-evidently destroys any and all ‘deals’ they may have made with the so-called ‘governments’ across the earth to allow its emergency usage and indemnify them from any liability for the harms caused.

     

    That fact alone voids any and all agreements and contractual obligations said governments may have made with any or all of the Big 4 Pharmaceutical companies that are producing and pumping out the poison-ladened vials in a deliberate and calculated act of war against Mankind.

     

    There can be no excuse. They either immediately Cease and Desist the mass-mag-jabbing or they will be liable for mass murder.

     

     

    https://tapnewswire.com/2021/09/a-world-at-war-big-4-mag-jabbers-are-deliberately-killing-mankind/

     

     

     

  4. 2 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

     

    I was wondering this is the other, at what point would they say actually these injections are not so good. Would it be 1 million dead? If they had put actual known poison in them, would the police have done anything? To be honest, the corruption is so high up that I don't think even if 1 million died and they had actual poison in the injections would it be any different. The media would still be covering it up, calling it all 1 million suffer short illness.... 

     

    Once the kids of the Police, Armed Forces, MP's and MSM presstitutes start croaking then things may take a turn for the better, but the Elites don't really give a toss about them either, so perhaps not.

     

     

     

  5. Geronimo's unwarranted extermination and a question it raises about Covid.

     

    Turns out they were WRONG and the poor animal never had bovine TB. 

     

    However, this was discovered by AUTOPSY. So, how many deaths have been wrongly diagnosed as Covid when no autopsies have been allowed?

     

     

     

  6. 3 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    And making it personal makes them accountable

     

    Exactly! Bring them out into the open, in the same way that all the protesters show their faces.

     

    Hell, even have a BONFIRE at the end of each protest with the placards! 

     

     

     

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  7. 4 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

    Another thought, (bloody hell, that's two I've had in a week!) ...

     

    I think most of us agree now that peaceful protests are getting nowhere. No one is taking any notice of the placards being hoisted by the masses.

     

    So, short of actually RIOTING, what can we do?

     

    Well, how about this for an idea. Instead of carrying placards with fancy slogans, why not istead carry placards showing the FACES of all of those deemed to be AGAINST THE PEOPLE! For instance, ...

     

    It would have a far greater effect on the people concerned if their faces were being paraded around the streets as being in collusion with the monstrous 'Elites.' I reckon it would seriously put the wind up more than a few of them and make them seriously think about what will happen to them once We The People win out.

     

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    You could almost feel their arses twitching!!! 🤣

     

     

     

     

    Should have added: 'A picture paints a thousand words.'

     

     

     

  8. Another thought, (bloody hell, that's two I've had in a week!) ...

     

    I think most of us agree now that peaceful protests are getting nowhere. No one is taking any notice of the placards being hoisted by the masses.

     

    So, short of actually RIOTING, what can we do?

     

    Well, how about this for an idea. Instead of carrying placards with fancy slogans, why not istead carry placards showing the FACES of all of those deemed to be AGAINST THE PEOPLE! For instance, ...

     

    It would have a far greater effect on the people concerned if their faces were being paraded around the streets as being in collusion with the monstrous 'Elites.' I reckon it would seriously put the wind up more than a few of them and make them seriously think about what will happen to them once We The People win out.

     

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    You could almost feel their arses twitching!!! 🤣

     

     

     

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  9. 3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

     

    doctors and politicians and police and media people should have been the first people to roll up their sleeves

     

    With regard to the Police, this Open Letter was presented earlier this year by 43 branches of the Police Federation and, as far as I can ascertain, no headway has yet been made ...

     

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    Open letter to the Government over police officer vaccines

    9 February 2021

     

    All 43 branches of the Police Federation of England and Wales are calling for frontline police officers to be prioritised for the Covid-19 vaccine.

     

    They have released the below open letter to the government in Westminster and the Welsh Parliament in the wake of disappointing comments by Health Secretary Matt Hancock on Monday, in which he was unable to offer any guarantee that police officers would be immunised in the first wave or even beyond that.

     

    The letter is as follows:

     

    Open Letter to Government on behalf of the Police Federations of England and Wales

     

    Police officers feel betrayed by the lack of action from the Governments of England and Wales to protect them from exposure to this deadly virus.

     

    At the daily press briefing on Monday the Health Secretary made clear that officers will not be included in the first phase of the Covid vaccine roll out. He could not even offer a guarantee beyond that, only that frontline officers will be ‘considered’ for vaccination in the next phase. This is not only unacceptable to our members it is also a dereliction of both Governments’ duty.

     

    It shows that warm words and platitudes mean very little from Government.

     

    Guidance from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation states that:

    Frontline health and social care workers at high risk of acquiring infection, at high individual risk of developing serious disease, or at risk of transmitting infection to multiple vulnerable persons or other staff in a healthcare environment, are considered of higher priority for vaccination than those at lower risk.

     

    The risks presented to our members show that this guidance applies to them. The nature of policing means our members are not always able to mitigate the risk of contracting and spreading this deadly virus. They often have to get up close and personal in many situations, which means the risk is ever present.

     

    One in three officers have reported being threatened by somebody claiming to have Covid. The level of incidents of people weaponising the virus – by coughing or spitting at them – has increased considerably during the pandemic. On behalf of the Government, police officers are putting their lives on the line every day and run a very real risk of becoming infected and exposing colleagues, family members as well as the public.

     

    This seriously threatens the resilience of the police service if officers are off sick or required to isolate, taking them away from their duties.

     

    This is not about police officers jumping the queue and never has been. It is about the duty of care that Government has to protect those who protect society. Thanks to the success and speed of the vaccination programme we know it would take less than a day to vaccinate the entire police service in England and Wales if the political will is there to do it.

     

    Police officers have done everything asked of them, now it is time for Government to step up and protect those who have been on the frontline throughout this pandemic. Anything less would be a deep betrayal and will not be forgiven or forgotten.

     

    John Apter, National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales
    Andy Roebuck, Chair of Avon & Somerset Police Federation
    Steve Bozward, Chair of Bedfordshire Police Federation
    Liz Groom, Chair of Cambridgeshire Police Federation
    James Thompson, Chair of Cheshire Police Federation
    Mike Reed, Chair of City of London Police Federation
    Glen Teeley, Chair of Cleveland Police Federation
    Paul Williams, Chair of Cumbria Police Federation
    Tony Wetton, Chair of Derbyshire Police Federation
    Andy Berry, Chair of Devon and Cornwall Police Federation
    Anna Harvey, Chair of Dorset Police Federation
    Andy Jackson, Chair of Durham Police Federation
    Gareth Jones, Chair of Dyfed-Powys Police Federation
    Laura Heggie, Chair of Essex Police Federation
    Steve James, Chair of Gloucestershire Police Federation
    Stu Berry, Chair of Greater Manchester Police Federation
    Steve Thorpe, Chair of Gwent Police Federation
    Zoe Wakefield, Chair of Hampshire Police Federation
    Geoff Bardell, Chair of Hertfordshire Police Federation
    Pete Musgrave, Chair of Humberside Police Federation
    Neil Mennie, Chair of Kent Police Federation
    Rachel Hanley, Chair of Lancashire Police Federation
    Adam Commons, Chair of Leicestershire Police Federation
    Phil Clark, Chair of Lincolnshire Police Federation
    Tony Fairclough, Chair of Merseyside Police Federation
    Ken Marsh, Chair of the Metropolitan Police Federation
    Andy Symonds, Chair of Norfolk Police Federation
    Nick Hawe, Chair of North Wales Police Federation
    Rob Bowles, Chair of North Yorkshire Police Federation
    Sam Dobbs, Chair of Northamptonshire Police Federation
    Jim Gray, Chair of Northumbria Police Federation
    Mark Petrovic, Chair of Nottinghamshire Police Federation
    Steve Treharne, Chair of South Wales Police Federation
    Steve Kent, Chair of South Yorkshire Police Federation
    Phil Jones, Chair of Staffordshire Police Federation
    Darren Harris, Chair of Suffolk Police Federation
    Melanie Warnes, Chair of Surrey Police Federation
    Daren Egan, Chair of Sussex Police Federation
    Craig O'Leary, Chair of Thames Valley Police Federation
    Simon Payne, Chair of Warwickshire Police Federation
    Sarah Cooper, Chair of West Mercia Police Federation
    Jon Nott, Chair of West Midlands Police Federation
    Brian Booth, Chair of West Yorkshire Police Federation
    Mark Andrews, Chair of Wiltshire Police Federation

     

     

     

     

  10. Australian PM slammed for flying to see kids on Father’s Day while more than half the country’s fathers remained in lockdown

    Australia’s prime minister, Scott Morrison, has come under fresh scrutiny after flying on a private jet from Canberra to Sydney for a Father’s Day visit whilst the majority of Australians were locked at home.

    Morrison flew from Australia’s capital, Canberra, to Sydney at the weekend to visit his family for Father’s Day, which is celebrated on the first Sunday of September in Australia. Health authorities had given him an exemption as an “essential worker.”

     

    Morrison posted a photo of himself and his kids holding a white dove on Father’s Day, captioning the image as from earlier this year. But the fact the PM did not disclose that he had travelled to Sydney has caused critics to accuse him of dishonesty. 

     

    Australia has closed its borders during the pandemic – both from international travel and domestically between regions.

     

    A Canberra radio host said they were displeased at Morrison’s “perceived lack of honesty.”

     

    One Twitter user said, “If the Queen could sit alone at her husband’s funeral in solidarity with others separated from their families, surely Scott Morrison could have FaceTimed his kids on Fathers Day.

     

    Australia’s opposition Labour Party condemned the prime minister for his actions, with Labour MP Bill Shorten saying, “You can't have one rule for Mr Morrison and another rule for everyone else."

    "It's not that he doesn't deserve to see his kids, but so does every other Australian. And I think when your people are doing it tough, you've got to do it tough too," he added.

     

    https://www.rt.com/news/534159-scott-morrison-fathers-day/

     

     

     

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  11. Just another thought going through my mind ...

     

    For around 100 years the whole financial system has been propped up with Fiat currency, ie. money printed and distributed with no backed up gold reserves. Money from 'thin air,' so to speak.

     

    However, with so many elderly people living way beyond their 'three score and ten' we're now at the point that there's nothing to back up the huge demand on pensions and the whole house of cards is about to collapse. Hence the need to .......................

     

    KILL OFF ALL THE ELDERLY!

     

    This would allow them some breathing space, but eventually the whole system has to collapse anyway.

     

     

     

     

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  12. Long-Term Dangers of Experimental mRNA Shots

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    So, you’re going to get alpha-synuclein drawn into misfolded spike proteins, turning into a mess inside the dendritic cells in the germinal centers in the spleen. And they’re going to package up all this crud into exosomes and release them. They’re then going to travel along the vagus nerve to the brainstem and cause things like Parkinson’s disease.

    So, I think this is a complete setup for Parkinson’s disease … It’s going to push forward the date at which someone who has a propensity towards Parkinson’s is going to get it.

    And it’s probably going to cause people to get Parkinson’s who never would have gotten it in the first place — especially if they keep getting the vaccine every year. Every year you do a booster, you bring the date that you’re going to get Parkinson’s ever closer.”

     
     
     
     
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  13. 12 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

    Petition: Repeal the Coronavirus Act

    The powers given to the UK Government under the Coronavirus Act have gone on too long and has greatly affected many people’s lives and the economics of this country. The restrictions that have been put in place under these powers should be ended by repealing this Act in its entirety.

     

    Come on folks. We may be between a rock and a hard place (sorry for the Americanism) but at the very least we should all sign this Petition.

     

    Read more about it and sign it here -

    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/592632

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Petition status at 3:30pm today ..

     

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  14. 8 minutes ago, sambaking7 said:


    Being delusional doesn’t help either. We need to be realistic and accept that too many people have happily bought into this nonsense, and nothing can be done to change their stubborn mind.

     

    The only solution to this is when they make it mandatory to have the jab to earn a living and buy food. Then many of us will be forced into meeting up and creating our own communities instead of talking about it.

     

     

     

    At least do yourself and everyone else a favour by signing this Petition -

     

     

     

     

  15. Petition: Repeal the Coronavirus Act

    The powers given to the UK Government under the Coronavirus Act have gone on too long and has greatly affected many people’s lives and the economics of this country. The restrictions that have been put in place under these powers should be ended by repealing this Act in its entirety.

     

    Come on folks. We may be between a rock and a hard place (sorry for the Americanism) but at the very least we should all sign this Petition.

     

    Read more about it and sign it here -

    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/592632

     

     

     

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  16. 1 hour ago, sambaking7 said:


    The only people who have any chance of being hung, is us, the refuseniks.

     

    You are living in fantasy land if you think the criminals are going to be brought to justice. 
     

    We are in the very, very small minority. 

     

    Defeatist attitudes like that do nothing to help. Maybe we should all just top ourselves now, eh?

     

     

     

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  17. On 9/4/2021 at 10:53 PM, whatthefoxhat said:

    Found this as well,should be sent to every newspaper journalist,every tv station director/s and every other media whor pushing this genocide

     

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    Nice idea, but there's going to be hundreds of thousands, if not millions, to hang.

     

    Here's another idea, don't know if it's been tried before ...

     

    Strip them naked, shuffle them into large rooms, 100 at a time (tell them they're just going for a quick shower!), then flood the rooms with a gas, say, Zyklon B (old school, I know, but I'm very much a traditionalist).

     

    Would that work?

     

     

     

  18. 6 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:

     

    I always thought he was innocent.  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    That was before he asked me to tie his kangaroo down.  I did what I was told and Rolf showed me his didgeridoo.  Or that's what I thought it was at the time.  He did say, 'Can you tell what it is yet?'  I said: 'No Rolf, it's too small'.

     

    In other news: A 3-legged man nicknamed 'Jake' was seen chasing Two Little Boys as the Sun Arose this morning. He's been arrested and will appear soon in The Court Of King Caractacus.

     

     

     

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