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  1. It's interesting that surgical masks are turquoise - the colour of the throat chakra, which is said to be the centre of our energies of communication, articulation and free speech. The muzzle is so symbolic of as well as being a practical way of suppression of free speech, that I have been mulling over whether perhaps this choice of colour is not a coincidence. 

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  2. It was a bit bleak walking the streets of London yesterday, all the YOUNG people walking around in surgical masks. I had to think to myself for a second, are they mandatory in public places in London? And the compliance on train stations, almost 100%. I do feel sorry for them though. 


    Let's all take one minute each day to send our love to these people, including the politicians and law enforcers, that they may awaken.


    Forgive them, for they know not what they do.  

  3. Well, they should have stopped it happening in the first place then. I am proud to have been there today, David did a thumping good speech, then shortly after the German guy started speaking, it seemed like a punch-up started IN the speakers' tent. I kept hearing that it was the Met that went in first. I was worried about David for the rest of the day, but it seems that Gareth has said he's OK. I loved the march down to Hyde Park, although it was a real anti-climax when we got there. I'll be interested to see the numbers, but I was disappointed not to see more. I think we need to change tack; maybe go straight to the park next time, where far more people can be accommodated - Trafalgar Square is not quite the asset we've made it out to be - it's too small!

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  4. Well, I watched the Boris announcement and it had little substance, and was laced throughout with threats, politely put yes, but threats all the same.


    The focus was clearly around non-compliance which gave me a warm feeling that we are starting to be heard, my friends. I know it.


    There was the implication that we should just give up our freedoms as if they are going to be given back in six months, and that we should all just change our lives because some bloke says so, and that we will just swing back and forth, in and out of lockdown, up and down, round and about, doing all these stupid arbitrary things, until "the science" saves us.


    Freedom isn't something that should ever be given up, indeed, in such times, a free and clear mind is more vital than ever. And if we have that, we cannot help but come to our own conclusions.


    Anyone can make Rules and Laws and try and impose them on anyone. We need to catch ourselves if we try and do that to anyone. Sometimes I think life is kicking back at me for all the times I've tried to control others. So we live in this world guided by (and in fear of) arbitrary laws, as if to deny that LOVE is not what should be guiding us!


    But my biggest point, to close here, is that we are all going to have to be strong when, in doing what we KNOW in our HEARTS to be right, others accuse us of being wrong, even of putting lives in danger!! This makes me emotional😢.


    Let's break the cycle of imposition and acquiescence and let's start to take our world back.



  5. 3 hours ago, Number6 said:

    Coronavirus: Social gatherings of more than six people to be banned in England from Monday

    The legal limit will be reduced from 30 in the prime minister's biggest coronavirus crackdown since lockdown rules were eased


    A ban on groups of more than six people gathering in homes, parks, pubs and restaurants in England is being imposed by Boris Johnson in the biggest coronavirus crackdown since lockdown rules were eased.

    First offenders will be fined £100, which will double on each further repeat offence up to £3,200, the prime minister will announce in a bid to stem an alarming surge in COVID-19 cases in the UK.


    "We need to act now to stop the virus spreading," Mr Johnson will declare at a Downing Street news conference, coinciding with a new government advertising campaign entitled "Hands. Face. Space.".

    "So we are simplifying and strengthening the rules on social contact, making them easier to understand and for the police to enforce," the PM will announce.

    "It is absolutely critical that people now abide by these rules and remember the basics - washing your hands, covering your face, keeping space from others, and getting a test if you have symptoms

    What are the new rules?

    • From next Monday, any gathering of more than six people in England will be illegal, unless it meets one of a limited list of exemptions
    • This applies to gatherings both indoors and outdoors
    • The new rule does not apply to households or bubbles of more than six, or gatherings for work or education
    • Weddings, funerals, and organised team sports carried out in a COVID-secure way are also exempt
    • People will at first be fined £100, but this will double on each further repeat offence up to £3,200




    If there are so many new cases, why is the deaths graph flat? (Rhetorical question)


    Are hospital admissions up?


    If people don't recognise the tyranny in this, I'm sorry but there's something wrong with them. Tell them so.


    They have no power over us if we are not afraid. Death isn't the end, and even if it is, then none of this matters anyway.


    Whether the legal limit is 6, 10, 30 or whatever, our numbers in the Square are going to be a little bit higher.

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