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  1. It's going to be back to bread and butter for most of us I guess. Phone books, landlines, email addresses and these 'Stand Up X' gatherings as small local networks. To put a positive spin on things, lets just hope the above timeline does not play out and instead enough people wake the f**k up, to put an end to this madness.
  2. @lake @Basket Case this is my fear. the web is almost a last bastion of free speech and freedom for many people like us. If they then turn the internet into a reflection of the 'real world' i.e. an extremely heavily censored reality where you can only access a very few select websites (almost like a companies intranet firewalled portal). Where do people like us go for comfort (as sad as it sounds). The ramifications of this will be unreal levels of isolation, and will send many of us, almost schizophrenic with nothing to soundboard our internal thoughts with.
  3. When there is nowhere left to socialise, due to the decimation we see unraveling before us. We will fall back onto the digital world in order to network. This forum, whatsapp, telegram and other mediums that can be shut down in a click of a finger. I will personally suffer greatly if they begin policing the internet as they have done the ‘real world’. As I only know a couple of people in my physical circle who are open to any kind of rational discussion, this will double down on the isolation and dislocation. Is it time to start learning how to access the deep web now, while I still can?
  4. thank you very much for that. I shall look into the suggestions and read up on them a bit!
  5. Thanks for the pointers, i’ll look into that. Having been there a few times recently i’d say there’s no hope in the youth of today. They are hopelessly addicted to smart tech and are distracted by a monumental rat race. Any dissenters are nipped in the bud. My chinese friend who’s the meekest and mildest person you could meet had his WeChat profile suspended for a week for criticising the government. WeChat is a government owned app that they use to pay, socialise, date, maps, chat etc on. So he quickly had to get in line before his lifeline was taken of him.
  6. it could indeed. As soon as i get more confirmation. All cash is being withdrawn! (not that it’ll be worth anything mind you )
  7. Loosing count now of how many people have said that. Wow!
  8. I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction for any videos which look at how the chinese model of control came about? It's easy to find content on their current overzealous and invasive 'security measures' they impose on their population. However i'm interested in how they managed to get over a billion people into total servitude. Here in the UK we are heading for this way of life at an incredible rate of knots, so i'm intrigued how it was first implemented, how it is maintained and how it links up with the greater picture of Rothschild's banking etc. I've tried to look for such content before, however have greatly struggled, any help would be massively appreciated!
  9. @Basket Case just out of interest what is the expiry date? i only ask as many are reporting their bank cards expire in 2022. which goes hand in glove when things will be cashless/mandatory vaccine will be in place (on the armageddon timeline).
  10. very similar to my set up. did you have a slightly strange tang to it, within the first few runs?
  11. hi @zarkov thanks for the reply. how would i go about getting a ozonator? and how does it work in conjunction with the distilling process?
  12. Thanks Oz, it's just a cheap table top one off ebay. i think the taste is from the heating element. i have some of the charcoal t-bags now
  13. I’ll be honest I hadn’t heard of Carl Vernon prior to Covid. What do people make of him? I personally enjoy his content and basically use him as my daily news. As he highlights the insanity we see being rolled out in 2-3 minute videos. I must admit his content does get a bit depressing and disillusioning after a while though (i’m not shooting the messenger).
  14. Hi Folks, I’ve recently started using a water distiller and was wondering what other people’s experiences have been? I’m finding the water tastes like kettle water, once its cooled down. Or the taste of drinking water from the hot tap. I’m just wondering if that’s a normal aftertaste ? (Obviously that would make sense considering the whole machine is like a giant kettle).
  15. If being ‘alternative’ is now going to become popular, i’m all for it. We all know she’s a sorry excuse for a pied piper (if that). But at least we know once your thinking changes and your 3rd eye opens. We know people will learn to only use her as a stepping stone into this sphere, rather than seeing her as gospel. I take what David say’s with a pinch of salt sometimes especially when he totally censors himself about WWI/II.
  16. @Persephone took it for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome which I've had for 15 years - made no difference over the course of a few months. Also smoked CBD leaf cannabis (without THC) made me a little light headed, but nothing more. Sorry, but I can't recommend. I have also tried pure cannabis oil, but all that did was give me a crazy trip which almost me do something really really stupid, so this wasn't an option moving forwards.
  17. Mate, can i just say your exemption card gave me the biggest laugh i’ve had all week
  18. @Fluke thank you friend. It's very worrying and disillusioning isn't it... The worst thing is, i can quite easily see non compliance being met with terrible retaliation and violence. Having witnessed snatch squads at recent protests picking off the speakers, i fear that we could endure this same fate on a daily basis when the going gets really tough. The sad thing is, i'm not a violent person or enjoy conflict whatsoever. I have to pump myself up just to go about my daily business, having every tom, dick and mohammed giving me weird looks when not wearing a mask in shops etc. Yet sadly I can only see this situation ending up in some form of violent oppression/resistance for those of us who don't toe the line. I really hope enough people manage to urgently wake up. Todays news is a huge kick up the backside for some people and I know a few who have just today at least admitted they smell a bit of a rat. We desperately need strength in numbers at this stage...
  19. Although todays news here in the UK does not surprise me. When you hear it spoken and put firmly into action there is something really eery about it coming to fruition. I've just listened to Boris's speech and some of the stuff he said was beggars belief. Street 'enforcement marshals' for COVID No more than 6 people gathering or fines and arrest imposed A huge emphasis on 'enforcement' by the police and extra funding so it seems If you are tested and show 'negative' you can go 'back to normal' and do 'normal things' Essentially it seems those who do not buy into this hoax, will now be increasingly marginalised and ostracised. I note the 'rule of 6' comes about when protests are really starting to take off now and gaining some great momentum. What a great way to be able to beat people into submission than make such gatherings illegal and allow the psychopaths to let rip. Now they've done the field testing in broad strokes, it seems they are going to unfold this new lockdown far more individually and penalise those who will not toe the line. Anyone else experiencing a bit of a sinking feeling? this could get very ugly....
  20. Well said. It should be benefited to everyone.
  21. @Smokestack Lightnin' although i thought your comment was a little abrupt, which is unneeded here as we are hopefully all singing of the same hymn sheet. What I will say is I totally understand and agree with your points and rationale. Just wished someone such as Crimebodge opened himself up a bit more to at least making reference to the fact this corruption is 'by design' and can be traced back to the wasps nest (for lack of a better phrase). I just think he's a bit too focused on getting a 'one up' on fairly low level stuff (which i totally get). But some of his followers take this too literally and essentially believe they can change the culture of these foot soldiers by doing 'audits', which generally come to nothing and just gets them on police watch lists.
  22. @Ecki Divad thank you for that very well written comment. Sadly i'm out of 'hearts' for today. All I would add to that is although i don't expect him to be going after the royals and the MPs. He himself has gained a huge following of generally speaking 'angry young men', with little direction. I'd love it if he advocated the Stand Up X rallies and how much police abuse has gone on during COVID. All he seems to want to do is get a 'one up' on the police by splitting hairs on infractions of their own policies they will continuously break. I'm extremely aware of police corruption having been a victim myself. I have also witnessed horrendous corruption during these recent protests, and it would be greatly appreciated if he could put his energy and efforts into highlighting as much. And also direct his followers into this arena too. Nether the less, i think he's got tunnel vision and is too busy trying to spot minor breaches and infractions to fuel this 'got one over on you' mentality.
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