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  1. 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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  2. 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.



    David "population reduction" Attenborough.



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  3. 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;



    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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 36 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

    Just watched Dr.colemans latest video on BNT. It was good but very sad also. I felt for him,very sad to see him like that. 

    Please watch if you havent already.


    He's furious and I don't blame him, I think the frustration and sadness of it all just got the better of him. He's doing his best, the man is a hero.



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  8. 3 hours ago, Morpheus said:

    It's not blind, it's ignorance. Ignorant fuckers.  


    As Einstein once said:


    "Dismissal without research is the height of ignorance."


    And I certainly concur Mr Einstein!


    Well they say ignorance is bliss, but there's nothing blissful about the psychological conditioning and torture they've chosen to partake in. 

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  9. 17 hours ago, Velma said:


    Couldn't have said it better 👏


    11 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Absolutely nailed it.


    Thanks, sometimes I feel more like Captain Obvious though pointing this stuff out! It's all right there in front of people's noses but many seem blind to it. I believe more are starting to see it though.

  10. 34 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:


    If seasonal flu viruses exist, then why not a virus specific to Covid-19?  I don't understand why you think there is a difference in principle.  


    Do you think flu and pneumonia are jealous of covid? "I wish we were that virulent" "yeah, we used to be the big boys but now we're out of work". 

    A virus so virulent they're making adverts saying "act like you've got it". A virus so virulent they have to keep reminding us it "exists" with endless press briefings and charts and lockdowns and mask wearing and social distancing, signs and notices all over the streets. 

    Coming out with phrases like "new normal" "covid deniers" "antivaxxers" "conspiracy theorists". Fines for going out without a good reason.  Police Intimidating old ladies in shops. Surely the virus would be intimidating enough, why the police state tyranny stuff?

    Surely a virus so powerful and virulent that it's killed flu and pneumonia would be self evident. We're being gaslighted the shit out of. We're being threatened. We're losing our jobs. We're losing our businesses. Not because of a "virus" but because of the responses to a "virus". 

    They pulled "covid" out of their arses. It's a con. It's been a con from the start.


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  11. 8 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

    Look into my eyes.... not around the eyes, but between the eyes..... now you're under! Fuckin madness, act like you've got it. Why would you even do such a thing. FML. 🤦‍♂️


    They're basically saying "look, we know it's all a scam and there's actually no evidence for the virus, so just pretend you've got it so we can carry on systematically dismantling the country, your lives, and your freedom".


    A virus so virulent and deadly that they need to ask people to pretend they have it. 

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  12. 38 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

    Yeah I've heard this shit before, however, look around you, does it seem like there's going to be enough people to stop it? Is this truly the awakening?



    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.


    48 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

    Everywhere I look, or the people I speak to are all part of this cult I'm afraid. If we were to be the ones to stop this, I'd see more positive actions, but that's not happening right now and doesn't look like changing anytime soon. Nice sentiment though, just doesn't seem to be applicable in reality. 



    Well we'll see more positive actions when we see more positive actions. There is a kind of limbo element to it, we're still in a bit of a waiting phase, a let's see what happens phase, a let's just get through this next bit phase. That's all coming to an end though, sooner rather than later. I kind of still in that limbo of let's see what happens next, but the time is coming when instead of waiting to see more positive actions, I'm going to have to start doing more positive actions. I'm already not complying to the best of my ability, I've been barred entry to a few places, Cathedrals of all places, God's houses. Well I could have gained entry but I didn't want to give in my details for the track and trace bullshit, so we turned around and walked away. I should have engaged with them more, not confronted them or argued, or reeled off a load of facts, but just gently engage them in a little heart to heart. I haven't really been doing my bit on that front.

    Nothing changes until it changes, and most of the time those changes have to be made and not waited for. Like I said, I'm still not quite out of that waiting part just yet, it's coming though.


    58 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

    Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be enough people with the guts to say no, so yeah, the creator does need to intervene because the flock has lost and are being devoured by the wolves as we speak. 


    I've never liked that whole flock thing. If God made us in his own image, and if we are the flock, then God must be a sheep! I don't think God wants a flock of idiotic sheep. 

    At what point does the creator intervene? What shall we do, just sit here and wait for him to come? I think we need to meet him halfway. If he thought we were just waiting to be saved and doing nothing to help ourselves, maybe he'd wonder whether we're actually worth saving at all. 


    I don't have all the answers, I'm going through this shit along with you and everyone else, and it might just be the hardest thing we've ever had to face in the history of our species, but I know this, I want to stand up and face it like a man. I have choices, I've been cynical in the past, and I've been negative and all that crap, but since this started and in recent months I've chosen to be more positive and hopeful, it's a personal choice for me, I think it's the only choice, but I still have a lot of work to do on myself, I'm not bouncing around like some hero, it's often a struggle, but I want to do the right thing, and face it with the right attitude. 

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  13. 1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

    I feel ya brother, I feel exactly the same. I've never been into religion, was a staunch atheist, but all of this has made me believe there has to be a creator, because the only way out of this is divine intervention, otherwise we're fucked. 👍


    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, I've tried, I couldn't get past all the begats in Genesis. But I feel there is something within us that shows us the way, and shows us the truth, I feel it vibrating inside me sometimes. I think that knowing, that intuition is God, the creator, the source, whatever you want to call it. 

    Showing our faces when many others are covering theirs is God working within us. Not submitting to evil is God working within us. Not giving in to fear is God working within us. Seeing through the lies and propaganda is God working within us. Asserting and expressing our freedom is God working within us. I feel God is working within us in lots of ways. None of this is easy, sometimes it's scary and confusing, sometimes it's depressing, sometimes it's enraging. The sheer scale of the evil and deception and psychological warfare being waged against us is astonishing, but we're still here standing against evil, we're still free, we're still human, and we're showing the fearful and the misled the right path, even though they're still resisting and seemingly fighting against us. I won't give up on them yet, I feel the time will come sooner than we think that the tide will turn and people will see through all the bullshit and see the truth and reality of what's been orchestrated against us.

    We're standing up, and God is standing with us. I know all this is easy to type, things are easier to say than to do, and I don't think we've yet come to the most difficult stage of this bullshit, not by a long shot, but I feel optimistic and hopeful that we will get through it and remain free. I've prayed for strength and courage a few times in the past year, and I will do again. We're right, we're doing the right thing, and that in itself gives me strength. 




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  14. 2 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

    We have been locked down for almost 1 full year and these idiots are still suggesting we should lock down for longer. The virus is not even that bloody serious. It is driving me up the wall these bloody pointless lockdowns. 


    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.

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  15. 16 minutes ago, Noctua said:

    Me neither, but I have a lot of friends in the hospitality business and they are only too aware that this is a lockdown.  They have lost their jobs, their businesses, their future and desperation is too kind a word for how they feel.


    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. 




  16. 1 hour ago, Mr H said:

    I noticed today boris says we're only gonna come out of lock down at Easter now. This is just continual bollox now - seriously how can people believe a word this guy says? People need to start setting their own dates for when they take themselves out of lockdown. By their own admission, the "vaccine" or treatment as I would call it, doesn't even prevent the spread of the disease, so realistically you can forget about coming out in easter if you are looking for others to let you out. Ain't going to happen! 


    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. 

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  17. 17 minutes ago, DarianF said:

    It's easy, once you've disarmed your population.


    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 left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?... The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If...if...We didn't love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation.... We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

     Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn , The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956


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  18. 3 minutes ago, DarianF said:


    It's easy, once you've disarmed your population.


    2 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:


    Whatever the truth of that story, I think the Germans will OD on all this before the tide turns - if it ever turns.


    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.

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  19. Just now, DarianF said:


    It's easy, once you've disarmed your population.


    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.

  20. 17 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

    Germany to repurpose refugee camps to detain people who repeatedly flout Covid rules by going out when they should be quarantining




    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?



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  21. 19 hours ago, Brad the lad said:

    I have a Scottish 'mate' who posted on his Facistbook account the word..........Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeedom followed by a photo of his jab pass/card he owned.


    What an insult to the word. If there is an ounce of truth in the William Wallace story then he must be turning in his grave.

     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!"

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  22. 55 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

    End of day of people don't want to be in a shop or public space with people who are not wearing masks then they have the option to order food online from their website or not go out at all and just live inside with a bag over their head. 


    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. 

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  23. 5 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

    We hold the fucking key to our freedom.


    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. 


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  24. 2 hours ago, Velma said:

    Hancock said it was 'impossible to know' when restrictions could be eased. 'We will keep the restrictions in place not a moment longer than they are necessary, but we will keep them in place as long as they are necessary,' he said. 



    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. 



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