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  1. One thing that irks me about Icke's coverage of this farce is that he repeatedly evokes Nazism, when he of all people should understand that this is a deliberate means of conflating oppressive, murderous state-delivered authoritarianism with the ultimate bogeyman that is white supremacy. It really is a most blatant example of Communist sleight of hand.
  2. I'm convinced that a big reason why Britain hasn't seen the same level of enforcement as its Commonwealth counterparts is because it would bring the police into direct conflict with the very sizeable, and also very united, Muslim communities. I wonder if it's a similar situation in Sweden.
  3. The real version of what I posted above is that masks are going to be optional, apparently. Should be an interesting test of how far towards collectivism they've truly managed to push us. Judging by my personal experience, I doubt many will comply outside of the shrill minority. Wee Jimmy to keep them mandatory in Scotland, though.
  4. Story was a fake, sorry. Edited.
  5. I hope he didn't mean the mainstream press.
  6. It would also be contentious, as there'd no doubt be a big, sanctimonious response from the left, but I just don't think a repeat of what's gone before is going to make much of a difference. I only learned about that statue, and its creator, on here a couple of months ago. Even though I've been interested in 'conspiracy' research since I was a teenager, I'm still occasionally shocked to discover that the rot goes even deeper than I thought.
  7. I think occupying the BBC would be far more effective than another protest march, which the BBC would only ignore. They are the first domino that has to fall.
  8. Unfortunately, it sounds as though @Liberty is in an even tougher spot than you or I. I'm lucky to be a in a position where I have a few years to decide how to go about easing my little girl into navigating the world without allowing her to be sucked into the Plato's Cave unreality, whereas you're already much further down that road, albeit still very much in the parent-child stage. Liberty's daughter is presumably a young adult, and while I would normally agree 100% that there should be no need for someone of that age to go full Icke, I'd say that the risk of her being coerced into accepting the injections is enough to force her mother's hand. I think you're doing right by your boy, by the way. I only disagree slightly on this matter because I remember how important my social life was to me in my late teens / early twenties, so I can well imagine the pressure these kids (and they are still kids) must be feeling.
  9. I have a four-month-old daughter (our first), and I increasingly find myself wondering what fresh hell I've brought her into. It sounds as though you've reached the point where it's time for your daughter to make the red/blue pill choice (sooner than would be ideal, but needs must). I've read your posts with interest, and I would say (with all my four months' experience of parenting - ha!) that she needs to hear the full truth about how the world really works, from the theatre of politics and existence of cults / secret societies, to the alchemy of creating war, famine, currency and debt out of thin air. I've found that the biggest stumbling block is people's inability to grasp the extent to which evil stalks this earth. They're unable to see the danger at hand because they don't understand that not only are they not in Kansas anymore, they were never there in the first place; it was an illusion. Daunting as it must seem, the good news is that you have the truth on your side.
  10. I feel like my generation (mid-late '80s onwards) was the first to experience the normalisation of perpetual adolescence. The extent of it only really hit me when I began to wonder why, seemingly all of a sudden, virtually every major film release was a comic book adaptation.
  11. It'd be quicker to just say who they don't stand with.
  12. I don't really have a suggestion as to why 2008 happened when it did, but I think the reason it didn't usher in the revolution that we're seeing now is because the smartphone wasn't advanced/ubiquitous enough at the time. My dad didn't even have an email address back then, but nowadays he's right up to date with the latest Samsung model, streaming apps, etc. People today are more tech-savvy in their 60s than they were in their 40s, all because the smartphone has made the internet accessible to anyone and everyone, which seems to have been the vital step towards pulling us into a curated sub-reality. It's also possible that the Long March wasn't quite complete yet, whereas I couldn't name a single institution or industry that hasn't been fully subverted at this point.
  13. As much as it all looks hopeless when viewed through the lens of the MSM, I do get the impression that many of the middle-class Marxists have started to question their worldview in light of what's happened over the last 15 months. I try not to miss an opportunity to ask my self-styled socialist friends if they're enjoying their first taste of relentless 'big government' overreach, and it does seem as though the wheels are finally turning in regard to what this agenda they've been supporting actually is.
  14. After getting his second dose, my dad came in and gave me £50. Can't figure out if it's the injection warping his brain, or if they kept him and sent back a clone.
  15. I've felt for a while that something has changed in the government's attitude towards brown people, to the point where I suspect they're not too far away from the sort of overt vilification that whites receive in the mainstream. It's pretty obvious from TV, film and advertising what the Briton of the future is supposed to look like.
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