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  1. Almost a month after the European Union approved the first safe and effective vaccine against COVID-19 developed by BioNTech and Pfizer, thousands of Europeans have taken at least their first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine. Other world countries, including Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain have started vaccinating their citizens, while others are set to roll out vaccines soon. With millions of vaccines already purchased and agreements on their purchase on the way, the world is set become COVID-19 immune by 2023, by which time, many hope life will return back to
  2. I consider it self-evident that we live in an elitist society, and I consider it remarkable when people are determined to believe otherwise, or to claim that this has occurred by accident. Those that busy themselves with their everyday lives and don't question anything, I understand. Those that are apologists for the indefensible, while not benefiting from it directly, I don't understand.
  3. We don't know how this is going to play out yet, so I would advise people to be vigilant of all possibilities, but reluctant to jump to any conclusions. I've saved this document: https://ec.europa.eu/health/sites/health/files/vaccination/docs/2019-2022_roadmap_en.pdf This comfortably predated Covid BTW. This document makes pretty grim reading, with plans to plans for a "Commission proposal for a common vaccination card / passport for EU citizens". But it might not be mandatory. It might be possible to travel without it. Exceptions mig
  4. I'm struggling to see how this would change my life…
  5. This only scratches the surface of the true psychological and emotional consequences of what is occurring, but it does give some indication. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/stories-55326874
  6. Other European countries have been openly fascist / authoritarian, or have been occupied, etc. That's the difference. People in Britain broadly still have a positive view of the UK's institutions and establishment because its never been openly fascist. And because Britain has never been occupied in recent years, and there hasn't been any form of war within the borders of the UK in recent years, there is this general feeling that Britain is enduring and based on dignified values. The older generation in particular still think of Britain as "the country of long shadows on county [cr
  7. One of the things I say quite often to my friend, who is very much awake, is that you have to remember...you don't consume any mainstream media, so you're not getting that perspective whatsoever. And then, on top of that, you consume tonnes of alternative media, books, etc. The average person is the polar opposite of that, so it's not that surprising that they cannot reason properly, even if they come out of education with any ability to do this. I haven't actually seen any of the films you mentioned yet, but I love Century of the Self, also by Adam Curtis, so I can recommend that
  8. On the topic of dictatorships and living under them, I've considered this previously and essentially discovered that Britain is the only country in Europe that hasn't either been occupied, lived under open dictatorship, or had a war within its borders in living memory. France was occupied by Germany, and has a bloody history of civil disobedience anyway. Germany shouldn't need any explanation! Plus, Germany was partitioned by the Berlin Wall just 30 years ago. Belgium, Poland, and the Netherlands were all directly involved in the Second World War.
  9. It began in earnest when someone mentioned Building 7 to me, in roughly February 2002. I always questioned things before that, but this cemented my worldview. I had digested tonnes of media coverage on 9/11, and I had never even heard of the 'collapse' of a third building. That was an eye-opener, and probably changed my life. Having said that, I wouldn't really say that I'm into conspiracies, I just realise that the social conditioning that most of the population absorbs and, to some extent, accepts, bears little or no relation to reality. I largely realised that before 9/11, but t
  10. Check out this video. This was produced at least 10 years ago, I remember writing about it at the time. Maybe it dates back to 2008 or 2009. You will notice the similarities between this and the BBC article.
  11. I can give you one piece of advice. Get everything in writing. I assume what you've stated in the OP was conveyed verbally. There are very strict laws about discrimination, and you simply cannot discriminate openly against someone for having a disability or medical condition. Of course, in practical terms you can easily discriminate against them, not least by not hiring them in the first place. You just can't say that you're doing it! If you are 100% certain that you have a valid medical condition, and you've made it 100% clear that you will work and will be cooperative in any reas
  12. Before the Covid thing happened, I used to say to people...I don’t know why zombie movies and zombie media are so popular. You don’t need to watch zombie films; the dead walk among us every day. Do you think the Covid situation has strengthened or weakened that impression?
  13. I don't agree, actually. I think they will get a 75% uptake quite easily. We will have to wait and see what happens after that, but I don't think there will be any problem in getting 75% of people to be vaccinated. I think actually you will see in the media people complaining because they can't get access to the vaccine, or can't get access fast enough.
  14. They think that it protects them from contracting a virus. When I was walking my dog yesterday, I noticed that several children at a local school were wearing masks outdoors; obviously their parents had told them to do so. The fact that it's almost impossible to contract a virus in the open air, and that masks provably provide no protection anyway, just hasn't registered with many people.
  15. I'm not sure if I posted this before, but you can see an important document here: https://ec.europa.eu/health/sites/health/files/vaccination/docs/2019-2022_roadmap_en.pdf This includes: This pre-dates Covid, you can read some spiel about it here: https://www.europeanfiles.eu/health/european-commission-roadmap-on-vaccination I have no problem with any of this whatsoever, as long as we retain the right to choose. If you wish to 'educate' people on 'hesitancy' that's fine with me. It's when we are told "y
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