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  1. There will (hopefully) always be food transport moving internationally to try and hitch a ride on. I've thought about it but I'm not sure emigrating is the solution as I still love this country.
  2. FFS, just when you think some common sense is starting to prevail... Thankfully I drive but if they make it mandatory at work, does anyone know somewhere to buy dissident style masks? I'm thinking something along the lines of the attached image, or I'll just go with a Swedish flag. I work for a Swedish company so should get away with it.
  3. I can see how being under lockdown people could get antsy, then when something provocative happens it more readily triggers a reaction. The irony is that protests should have been happening more during the lockdown for obvious reasons. There has been vandalism around London too but it's not being reported in the news, I'd imagine to not encourage others to do the same. To that extent at least we're not like the US media trying to instigate even more violence, clearly to try and push it to the point of using militarised police. I work near London city and the park I walk round at lu
  4. Speaking of beauty in the world, nice haircut David! #bringbackthemullet
  5. They do seem to love rubbing it in our faces, dropping blatant 'clues' so those who know the agenda get the middle finger while those who don't know the agenda obey as usual. I was talking about this with someone I work with who is on the fence, how if all of this does turn out to be a Gates depopulation agenda and we fall into a dystopian culture of lockdowns, big pharma vaccines, tracking, mass poverty etc... that it could not have been more obvious. We joked that it's basically like living in the Simpsons with the evil Mr Burns conspiring away rubbing his hands together.
  6. Yes it doesn't even test for a specific virus, let alone the quantity. Yet another scientist spinning in their grave because their work is being horrendously abused by corrupt science.
  7. Also interesting to note that Kary Mullis told Albert Hofmann (the man who allegedly discovered LSD) that LSD helped him develop the PCR test, for which he won a Nobel prize. Baring in mind he didn't develop it to diagnose a virus. Some other interesting facts about Kary Mullis: Mullis was quoted saying "the never-ending quest for more grants and staying with established dogmas" has hurt science. He believed that "science is being practiced by people who are dependent on being paid for what they are going to find out," not for what they actually produce. Mu
  8. Another more detailed look at the PCR test in this paper: Flaws in Corona Virus Pandemic Theory An excellent article by John Rapporport - Corona: creating the illusion of a pandemic through diagnostic tests (or lack thereof)
  9. I'm not sure if this is the quote you're looking for but I found this: “Kary Mullis… is thoroughly convinced that HIV is not the cause of AIDS. With regard to the viral-load tests, which attempt to use PCR for counting viruses, Mullis has stated: ‘Quantitative PCR is an oxymoron.’ PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers. Although there is a common misimpression that the viral-load tests actually count the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all; they can only de
  10. The censorship has already started... we'll be going that way eventually. If this site and forum were Tor friendly I'd be there now, along with any other site that I use and is set up for it, even if you have nothing to hide it's none of anyone else's business what you look at online and most if not all clearnet sites legally have to cooperate with the authorities should they request.
  11. Something you may find interesting is the molecule psilocin (the active metabolite in psilocybin (magic) mushrooms) is structurally similar to DMT, which is the active alkaloid in the Ayahuasca brew, along with harmala alkaloids which are necessary to make DMT orally active via MAO inhibition; otherwise your body breaks down the DMT and it doesn't cross the blood/brain barrier. Many consider mushrooms to be nature's pre-packaged orally active DMT as you don't need to combine them with an MAO inhibitor and not only is psilocin's molecular structure similar to DMT but the effects are also. This
  12. Yes Human Race Get Off Your Knees is the only book I've read of David's so far, although it is 690 pages so quite comprehensive. I believe it was the first book he spoke about the moon-matrix, although much of it from what I can recall was pointing out Rothschild Zionism in great detail, something I recently noticed was missing from the earlier work that I've come across. At least in Secrets of the Matrix (DVD 2004) which is over 6hrs of material I don't recall David mentioning Zionism. I can't remember exactly when I first heard of David Icke but it would've been around 10 years a
  13. I think that people can convince themselves of almost anything being for 'the greater good' (the greater good) or that a lot of people will sell out for a certain price. With the amount of unemployment already upon us, let alone what's to come, there will be plenty of people willing to track and trace in the name of protecting us all and some will probably enjoy it. I'm infuriated at how the chief medical officer for the government has come out saying how deadly this disease isn't in reality, yet the contact tracing surveillance is still going ahead, they're still talki
  14. The hackers 4 bullet points are simply ridiculous. The first, that Mikovits is 'bat shit crazy' is just a personal attack and doesn't refute what she says about Fauci's corrupt nature. The second point that Bill Gates doesn't need more money - this clearly isn't just about money it's about control. The third, that masks aren't going to kill you. Well, there isn't any evidence that they save lives either. We do know they can reduce oxygen levels and have caused a fatal car accident and lung damage in another person. I drive past an older man this morning jo
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