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  1. I do look around, all the time, there's more than enough people to stop it. I believe this is truly the awakening, because it has to be. The control freaks aren't fucking around anymore, they're all in on this, it pretty much feels like their final roll of the dice, they've placed their last bet and put everything on this, the wheel is still spinning though, and they're desperate and sweating. Crap analogy but it's the best I can come up with at the moment. Well we'll see more positive actions when we see more positive actions. There is a kind of limbo element to it, we'r
  2. Maybe we are the divine intervention. The way out of this could well be up to us. That doesn't mean we're on our own, maybe God will work through us, through our action. Sitting and waiting for God to just swoop in and solve it all is like asking your dad to beat up the school bully, when the more realistic solution is our dad showing us some moves, encouraging us, giving us the strength and courage to stand up and fight, knowing that he cares and wants us to learn to take care of ourselves. I believe God wants us to be strong and courageous. I'm not religious, I've never read the bible,
  3. What virus? They're using masks, social distancing, notices and signs in the street, news stories, charts, and "lockdowns" as "evidence" for a virus. If all of the above bullshit disappeared tomorrow, the "virus" would disappear along with it.
  4. I understand that if it's corporate hospitality, hotel chains, restaurants, and that sort of thing, that those people are following the orders of those above them, and I feel for them. The corporate big business chains are toeing the party line and the top dogs of those companies are already rich I would imagine so have nothing to lose and are part of the so called "great reset" they're trying to implement. If I had an independent business, I would have kept it open, at least until a time I was unable to, due to possible loss of custom, not threats by cowards in costume.
  5. I've never been in lockdown, and nobody has ever stopped me from going out when I wanted. I've never worn a mask either. It really is that easy, there is no lockdown, and there never has been.
  6. True. It's easy to think about what could and should have been done after the fact.
  7. The camp story reminded me of a Solzhenitsyn quote I read; “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing
  8. But "camps" again, in Germany? I thought they still had guilt about the WW2 concentration camps. I think most of these stories are just bullshit to scare the population into compliance. "ooo if we break the "rules" they might put us in a camp". It's still relatively early days with this whole thing, although they have been escalating in increments, camps would be a major escalation and another big overreach, that would probably wake even more people up.
  9. You can kill a man with other things besides guns. Sounds a bit harsh and dark, and I'm generally a laid back easy going man, but no one is taking me to a fucking camp.
  10. Detaining free people living their lives is basically kidnapping and false imprisonment. Are they going to go around to people's houses and snatch them up in the middle of the night like in the Soviet Union under Stalin?
  11. Why didn't he ask himself why his freedom was taken away so easily and so quickly in the first place, and why he needed an injection and a card to get it back. Actually his freedom wasn't taken away, he gave it away. "Mooooorrrooooooon!"
  12. But then they'd miss out on a good virtue signalling opportunity, and the validation (negative reinforcement) of the groupthink that they're doing the right thing and "doing their bit to beat the virus". I feel a lot of these people want to be seen out and about masked up. If they went out tomorrow for a good virtue signal, and everyone was normal and wasn't wearing masks, the spineless jellies would take theirs off immediately and without hesitation.
  13. Exactly. We do and we always have held the key to our freedom. The power is ours, not theirs. The choices are ours, not theirs. Most of us on here have realised this long ago, but this is the year the rest of the world realises this simple truth too. I feel it inside, I feel it shaking the core of my being.
  14. That's the thing though, they are not keeping any restrictions in place, WE are! until the day we don't keep them in place, which is coming soon I feel.
  15. ^^^ WTF is that evil sick shit? Very disturbing.
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