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  1. I do know what we are dealing with. I am on this Forum. I can see it. I can hear it. What else is there to see, hear or understand? It's clear. Or maybe you subscribe to some deeper conspiracy theory and you think I'm not surmising some other-worldly wavelength of enlightenment? Let's say (just for argument's sake - this is just an example) you think the world is run by Satanic paedophiles in league with Common Purpose. This may well be true, and for all I know or frankly could care, it is true, but my reality will be the same whether it's true or not. Whether the rulers ar
  2. Then why don't they insist that I always wear a mask when other people do? I'd rather you didn't try to initiate a discussion by insulting me and talking down to me in a condescending way. Please don't presume to tell me what I do or don't understand. It's not that I'm overly-sensitive, but I'm a mature man with quite a lot of experience. I'm not a school kid in your geography class. Please engage with me in a collegiate way. I'm not saying I am perfect in the way I speak to people - I'm only human like you - but I do try and engage with people as peers, rather tha
  3. They're too smart for that. I think it is much more likely that they will make it officially compulsory and, as you say, pull all the levers to cajole, coerce and persuade, but when it boils down to it, they don't need to enforce it down to the last man. They don't really care about people like us. They know there's a hardcore of dissenters and they will have done the calculations and decided that, when it comes to the crunch, as long the PR is handled correctly, they'll be maybe a few hundred thousand of us, at the most. That's tiny. Why waste the resources on us? They'll select out a f
  4. I'm starting to believe they may make vaccination officially compulsory. Until now, I've dismissed the idea for various reasons I won't go into here. I've changed my mind for various reasons, including that there is a definite undertone of compulsion to what they are saying about this vaccination and, frankly, the whole thing in the media has a loony cultish quality to it. This country has seen this before: in 1939/40, when an unpopular war was thrust on the British people and they succumbed and it came to be regarded as a cause of national salvation. It is apparent to me from day-to-day e
  5. Personally I would argue they are Leftist, regardless of the label they attach to themselves.
  6. The way I would put it is that the ideas are less important than who is pushing them. I watched The Wave film yesterday and while I don't agree with what the film says about Nazi Germany, as I view the Nazis more favourably than most, I agree with the film's general message that authority can be abused and that people should retain their individuality and scepticism. I am familiar with Germany as a country and there is something in the culture that enabled an extreme authoritarian sort of movement to arise there that perhaps would not exist, or would not be as effective, in, say, Britain. I
  7. Popped into the supermarket. Don't go often, maybe once a month. Last time a goon clocked me and I told him I was exempt and walked on. As usual, only 3 or 4 of us were without masks. Today, for the first time, I was collared by a fellow dissident. An unmasked woman comes up to me and says : "You're only the fourth person I've seen today without a mask". Says she has asthma but never wore an exemption pendant/lanyard until today, under pressure from her conformist husband who insists she wear it. She asked me what I am exempt for and I told her I am not, I just thi
  8. It's not Nazi Germany, it's Leftist Germany. The Nazis would never have done this. They were nationalists who cared about the German people.
  9. Some people genuinely do believe there is a lethal virus pandemic that justifies these measures, but I think a significant proportion of people don't believe it necessarily, rather they believe in or accept the virtue of social conformity as a good in and of itself.
  10. Exactly. The general point made by the film is valid, though.
  11. Does this sound familiar? "It's taken over Mr Ross. There's no room to be yourself or what you really believe." "And all the kids in school are scared, they're really scared, not only to say anything against the Wave, but what might happen to them if they don't go along with it." "Kids are actually spying on each other. Some of them, are even using The Wave as an excuse to beat up on other kids." "You can't carry on a conversation without worrying about who's really listening to you."
  12. I may have been misunderstood, though I also see what you're saying. My point is that the comment is 'stupid' because it is self-contradictory. A large proportion of the population realise that the authorities have wildly overreacted but at the same time they comply anyway because they think conformity is a good in and of itself. Imagine walking round in a mask not because you think it is necessary, but because everybody else does.
  13. Please define the terms 'racist' and 'xenophobic'. I'd like to know the benchmark I am being measured against in your holier than thou mind. When you say, 'I am here for truth not X view I find disagreeable', I know straight-away you are slippery. As slippery as an eel. A career in Parliament would be your speed. Or perhaps a Ford Kia showroom on commission, with an annual bonus. You're wasted here. And while you're strutting around being morally superior, please stop to explain to us dullards the impact of mass immigration on: - the environment;
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