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  1. 25 minutes ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

    I was watching an interview with Gareth Icke at the London rally and he and a lady were saying "where are all the men ?" This had been mentioned before -why aren't men standing up for women and children against the police

     

    Isn't this the era of "Me too" and "toxic masculinity", and divorce laws which greatly favour women and oppress and criminalise men? Isn't this the era of hookup culture where women are encouraged to be "empowered" by sleeping around with as many men as they can? Isn't this the era where normal interactions between men and women are viewed as sexual harrassment? 

    Western women threw men under the bus a long time ago when they chose feminism that told them it was bad to be a wife and mother, and that they can "have it all". 

    Maybe the men no longer give a shit. Maybe they no longer think women are worth fighting for. 

     

    It's all by design. Drive a massive wedge between men and women, and destroy the family. Divide and rule in every facet of our lives. And it's worked as well. Marriage rates have tanked, birth rates have tanked. Western men have been undermined and disempowered for decades, and it's only getting worse.

     

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  2. 6 minutes ago, Number6 said:

    Right on cue, more tyranny. I don't know what can be done, looks like the evil twats are going full steam ahead with there diabolical scam. 

     

     

    As far as tyranny is concerned the Russians have got previous. Now they're on board with the cabal salivating over the potential for a global electronic/medical/economic gulag system. They haven't won yet, but as the saying goes shit's getting real.

  3. 1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

     

    Precisely.

     

    And people like my beloved old mum soak it all up like a sponge and repeat it to everyone they speak too. 

     

    "Oh do be careful, the Indian strain is spreading like wildfire all around us", *tremble* - even knowing what my opinion is. 🙄

     

    Give me strength!

     

     

     

     

     

    I've been out and about and looking all around me since March last year and I've seen no evidence of a "virus". All the supposed vulnerable older folks in our street, pootling around on their mobility scooters, are still with us as well. You'd think there'd be bodies being taken out of houses,  ding ding "bring out your dead", but no, nothing. 

     

    All the supposed outbreaks and death tolls always seem to happening everywhere but our immediate vicinity. Mind you they showed a map of Britain on the news with some red bits on, that seems to count as evidence for some people.

     

     

     

     

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  4. If June the 21st is "Freedom Day" then what are all the other days?

     

    Why are people even waiting, open up now, open up everything. If people give their freedom away to someone else or something else, like a government, to give and take away as that other sees fit, then people are not free at all.

     

    Every day is freedom day, and has been since the day we were born, express it, live it. I am free, you are free, we are all free.

     

     

     

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  5. 20 hours ago, perpetual said:

    But surely we can't just erect a log cabin anywhere? The landowner might not like you living there.

    However, you can buy a fairly good garden shed from Argos 😄, the one people use it as an office space in the garden.

     

    I'll know I've made it in life once I get a good shed of my own. 😁 I could just be a hunter gatherer, and build temporary shelters out sticks and leaves and wander the wilderness until the robot dogs catch up with me.

     

     

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  6. 31 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

     

    Haha I thought that was brilliant tbh. Scouse humour, they know how to have a laugh at themselves.

     

    I see your point but she's not going to be a serious political commentator and I imagine she knows it. Fair play to her I say.

     

    She's not a Scouser, I thought she sounded more Manc, turns out she's from Clitheroe, Lancashire.

     

    It's a funny rant but the message might sort of get lost in the language she used. I don't know if she's necessarily controlled opposition, maybe she's more useful opposition, like they could give her airtime and people might end up associating her language and that with "dissenters" that kind of thing. I might be reading too much into it though.  

  7. 6 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    I also still have have the sense to accept that things may well indeed get better. But yeah today, just had to consider that perhaps we are already living in what we thought we were walking into, without realising it.

     

    I think we're still in the infancy of it, we're in it but it's only the beginning. They don't have the numbers of goons to truly enforce the "rules" at this stage, they seem to be concentrating on intimidating old ladies and beating up gym owners at the moment. It may very well get worse before it gets better. But who knows what the future will bring, things can turn very quickly. I'm still optimistic that people won't take much more tyranny, and freedom will prevail.

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  8. 9 minutes ago, JayneDough said:

    That's where I am and where I am staying. It's 4 degrees here right now, fire is crackling and warm, absolute peace outside buried deep in this snow cabin...but honestly how long will the peace last...I am at the heart of an Oath Keeper central and everyone around here is kind of scary militia...

     

    Sounds like a pretty good place to be.

     

    6 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    I'm just saying right, we've been locked up for a year. Listen to the idiots van tam and the like. They're saying don't go and book a summer vacation. What does that mean? We're gonna be locked up until the summer? What happens i the summer? Gonna say, oh NHS NHS overwhelmed bolloxx lets just have a short lockdown for winter..... this is a very plausible scenario imo...and a wholly unacceptable one. 

     

    They're telling us even WITH the vaccines we still have to be locked down..... 

     

    They've given us the information - no attempt at hiding it. We can be in denial if we like...but yeah.......seem to be more intelligent to use the information given and take action

     

    Hums Great Escape music! :) 

     

    You've just got to do what's right for you really I suppose. If you have the means to get somewhere better, then go for it if that's what you want to do.

    I'm stuck here in England, I don't have the finances to leave the country, so whatever the future brings I'm here to stay for better or worse. Shite state of affairs but it is what it is. I sort of like the idea of being with my people and making a last stand against tyranny though. 

  9. 9 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    I also had a bit of a freak out today. Up until now I have been asking the question, are we moving TOWARDS a totalitarian state. Today the question struck me, am I in a totalitarian state already and I'm in denial?

     

    What kind of restrictions quantify being in such a state? I would argue the ones we have today, qualifies us.

     

    I also look at history in Nazi Germany - to those that had the intelligence and foresight to realise their predicament and get the fk out when they got the chance whilst the others stayed with their heads in the sand. 

     

    Do I need to get the fk out as soon as a travel window opens? Or am I over exagerrating?

     

    In all honesty, I'm not to sure, but I have to seriously consider this now.

     

    8 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

     

    Where do you go though ?

     

    I thought the same thing. The tentacles of the cabal reach all around the globe, no nation is getting away unscathed really. You could buy some time by going somewhere with less restrictions, but I think the places with the least restrictions would be what are considered 3rd world places.

     

    I've often thought about just pissing off into the deep woods and living off fish, plants, and squirrels. A log cabin in the woods sounds very good to me, but it's not too realistic at the moment.

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  10. 3 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Finnish public increasingly ready to get vaccinated against Covid-19, reveals survey
    https://www.helsinkitimes.fi/finland/finland-news/domestic/18656-finnish-public-increasingly-ready-to-get-vaccinated-against-covid-19-shows-survey.html

     

    Wtf Fin bros? I thought you had the most geniuses per capita, or am I being gaslighted and your intelligence is why you're being culled?

     

    Why even "report" that? Why even do a "survey"? Why even say it? Basically it's bullshit, "see, everyone wants it". I think they pull most of these supposed surveys out of their arses. 

  11. 2 minutes ago, Fluke said:

    Sorry to drone on but on the title of this topic I agree it does. All part of the psychological war on the population. The infantilisation of adults, the artifical fakeness. The worship of the rich and material goods. Which by the way, i don't have a problem with people having wealth they have worked hard for. 

     

    I walk around in my town and people have the same driveways trying to keep up with mrs jones at number 127. Cutting down trees and plants and having paving slabs and cosplay driveways instead. Same cars. Same looks. Same clothes. Same walk. Young ladies looking like sex robots. Not knowing the difference between reality and their iphone. 

     

    If you turn on the tv you realise you are hated. Whether its the news, soaps, global warming, people are bad. Charities pulling on your heart strings. We have been primed for this.

     

    And most people don't and won't realise. No respect for our heritage, history, or interest. And if you bring any of it up you are negative. 

     

     

     

    Out of likes, but spot on.

  12. 13 minutes ago, alexa said:

     

    Didn't Bill Gates fund the Guardian news paper ?

     

    https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2010/sep/14/about-this-site

     

    This website is funded by support provided, in part, by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The journalism and other content is editorially independent and its purpose is to focus on global development.

    All our journalism follows GNM’s published editorial code. The Guardian is committed to open journalism, recognising that the best understanding of the world is achieved when we collaborate, share knowledge, encourage debate, welcome challenge and harness the expertise of specialists and their communities.

     

    The Guardian’s award-winning global development site was launched in 2010 to provide special focus on the millennium development goals — the eight targets set in 2000 by the United Nations Millennium Declaration with the aim of improving the lives of the world’s poorest people by 2015. The site has gone on to produce news, features, debate, multi-media and photography from journalists, experts and people around the world.

    It is made possible by part-funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The site is editorially independent of any sponsorship.

     

    The only restriction to the Guardian’s coverage on this site is where the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is prohibited under US law from directly funding or earmarking funds to: (a) influence the outcome of any domestic or foreign election for public office; or (b) support lobbying or other attempts to influence legislation (local, state, federal, or foreign). This means any communications to the public in which a view is expressed about a specific legislative proposal, and the recipients of the communications are urged through a ‘call to action’ to contact government officials, must provide a reasoned, objective consideration of facts and issues in a full and fair manner that enables third parties to develop their own positions on any legislation that may be discussed.

     

    Unless otherwise stated, all statements and materials posted on the website, including any statements regarding specific legislation, reflect the views of the individual contributors and not those of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation nor the Guardian.

     

    🙄 Yeah right, do they believe their own bullshit? 

     

     

     

     

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  13. 6 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

    Anyone remember the Tanzanian President who sent samples from a goat and a papaya to the WHO and both came back positive for CV? Well Bill and Melinda certainly do. They have paid for a hit job on him in the form of an op-ed piece in the Guardian. Check this out. Oh, and by the way, Bill Gates's worth is about twice that of the GDP of Tanzania.

     

    https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/feb/08/its-time-for-africa-to-rein-in-tanzanias-anti-vaxxer-president

     

    Was always going to happen.

     

    It's amazing how that one "journalist's" opinion, fits in with the globalist agenda. A supposed "freelance" writer calling for Africa to "rein in" the Tanzanian President, using all the usual agenda words like "anti vaxxer" and "conspiracies" etc. That article is the words of the cabal. 

    Newspapers aren't even fit to wipe your arse on.

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  14. I've just been to the cash machine outside tesco, and the woman before me walked off and left a tenner in the machine, so I shouted "excuse me", she turned around and looked at me and I pointed at the tenner in the slot, she said "awww thanks love! my head's just fell off lately". I just smiled at her. She was wearing possibly the thickest mask I've seen so far, some pink designer thing. 

    I feel a bit annoyed with myself for not at least planting a seed and telling her masks are causing a multitude of health problems, like poor concentration and that, but in the moment coupled with introversion all I did was smile. Well at least she saw my face and my smile, that might be enough of a tiny seed to maybe get her intuition going or something. 

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  15. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    David attenborough leaves his climate change lane to have a pop at 'anti-vaxxers'...

     

    Q-Could it be that 'manmade climate change' and vaccinations are just two different aspects of the same plot.

     

    A-YES and they both involve population reduction

    Sir David Attenborough blasts ‘ignorant’ anti-vaxxers but says most people know the Covid jab is a ‘great triumph of medicine’

    • The broadcaster, 94, said he thought anti-vax sentiment was from ignorance
    • Natural history legend Sir David admitted he understood fear of the unknown
    • But he insisted people should trust medics and their 'great triumph of medicine’

    By Dan Sales For Mailonline

    Published: 09:20, 4 February 2021 | Updated: 09:44, 4 February 2021

    Sir David Attenborough has hit out at coronavirus anti-vaxxers, branding their views ‘an ignorance of medical fact’. The natural history broadcaster, 94, said he thought it could be borne from people mistrusting what they did not understand.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9222865/Sir-David-Attenborough-blasts-ignorant-anti-vaxxers.html

     

    David "population reduction" Attenborough.

     

    quote-instead-of-controlling-the-environ

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  16. 25 minutes ago, AnarchicBreeze said:

    The pot banging for the NHS was perverse enough - thank you NHS... for withdrawing general healthcare and causing more deaths and suffering than covid.

     

    And now the brainwashed Muppets will be clapping for Captain Tom with Jobbling Johnson leading them. Clapping for this poor guy who died after getting his jab and becoming another elderly death to add to the quadrupled death rates of the elderly since vaccine rollout. People clapping for the murder of our old people is sick and twisted 

     

    I typed in winter deaths into google and the first result was this;

     

    https://www.ageuk.org.uk/latest-press/articles/2018/november/response-to-new-excess-winter-death-figures/

    Response to new excess winter death figures equating to 379 older people a day

    Published on 30 November 2018 11:31 AM

    New figures released by the ONS today show that over the winter of 2017-18 there were nearly 46,000 excess winter deaths among people aged 65 and over. Excess winter deaths compares the number of deaths between December and March to those during the rest of the year.

    Responding to the new figures, Age UK's Charity Director Caroline Abrahams, said:

    “Last winter there were nearly 46,000 excess winter deaths amongst people aged 65 and over – a shocking 92 per cent of all excess deaths – equating to 379 older people a day. These distressing figures are now the highest we’ve seen in over 40 years.

    A toxic cocktail of poor housing, high energy prices and ill health can make winter a dangerous time for many older people, and tragically it is the oldest old and those who are the most vulnerable who particularly suffer the consequences.

     

    They care about old people though, "save the elderly". "stay safe". They've never given a shit about old people, ever. So it's incredible how people have been sucked in by the brazen lies and propaganda of the government and the scumbags behind them. 

     

     

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  17. 9 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

    He has more rights to the title of Honorable than any of the flakes in parliament or the judiciary pandering to these maniacs.

     

    He deserves a monument or shrine named after him. He has been blowing the whistle for so long and so hard I would not be surprised if he grew a third lung along the way. The man is legend. 

     

    Spot on.

     

    9 hours ago, Saved said:

    Powerful. A man with facts and compassion. I'm glad he didn't re-record it.

     

    He's not just an old man in a chair saying things, he's living this, and feeling it. I'm glad he didn't re-record it as well.

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  18. 18 minutes ago, Athenry04 said:

    I feel just like he does at the end there, probably for the first time I literally feel that all hope is gone. I've spent months being as positive as I can, trying to inform and cajole people with little truth nuggets, but i felt his frustration at the end. We're more then likely fucked.

     

    I was tearing up a bit myself at the end, but I've still got hope. Hope is never gone. Feeling like hope is gone would be music to the control freak bastards ears, they can fuck right off. 

    Seeing Dr. Coleman like that just makes me more determined, I'll never yield to those evil scumbags that are orchestrating all this fake pandemic bullshit, and I'll never give up hope to them, they'll get nothing from me, because they are nothing. The so called elite, the rich and "powerful" are nothing without us. 

     

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  19. 23 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

    As the supply lines for food become backlogged and food shortages are declared shoplifting will be a crime of terrorism against the people and either result in a tenner or a shoot on sight sentence. Same will apply to merchandise which, like in the Soviet era, will become scarce and treasured. At that point only a really stupid person would openly criticize the Checka equivalent that will rule us then with their terrifying secret police. Party is just beginning. These guys have plenty of experience running regimes of total oppression even in pre digital days. Days when men killed with guns not syringes and tasers.

     

    That reminds me of a Red Dwarf episode "...she was stealing an apple of the people".

     

     

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