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  1. @Beaujangles Thats Canada, I’m in the U.K. dealing with the legal system here which is quite precise about the face coverings issue. I’m not going to kid myself pretending I have a disability to get out of it like a school kid.
  2. Where is the exemption that says you don’t have to wear it if you don’t like it? It’s not about feeling guilty at all, it’s about not being forced to be a liar to falsely claim something that is written into that law. By claiming a false exemption you are still validating that law you see. I resist the mask all the time, I make it known. I’d have more respect for someone who stands up and says “I won’t wear a mask because it’s BS” than someone who says “I won’t wear a mask because [insert false exemption here]”. I wish I could just outright refuse but personal
  3. Disgusting. The police are getting more and more aggressive this year. It won’t be long before one of them snaps and kills. It’s like they are on drugs or something with the level of aggression they show sometimes. check out Crimebodge’s latest:
  4. My first thought was Cyprus due to the Russian, Turkish, Greek, British interests in that area. And the RAF air base.
  5. I won’t be turned into a liar in order to avoid the mask nonsense. That might sound a bit soft but I believe that we’ve got to retain our self respect and for me that means being morally in the right. Unless I’m with my son, I don’t have an honest exemption. I tell people that I hate wearing the mask and I ensure that no MF will make me wear one in a situation where it isn’t legally required. I argue against them all the time. I won’t put one of those ridiculous lanyards or passes on either.
  6. Police brutality against ex-servicemen on Remembrance Sunday. We’ve lost our minds as a nation - or rather the police have lost their minds... https://youtu.be/JuJ7JeU79UY
  7. What was the original reason, comfort or the principle of wearing one? If it was comfort then, yeah, you are probably better off with that stupid visor but if it was for the principle then you are no better off. I wear one in shops because it’s the law but I refuse to wear them where it isn’t law. It’s surprising how many places are creeping towards the assumption you should have one on all the time e.g. primary school playground, on the high street etc.
  8. Just read the legislation links I’ve provided above. It’s crystal clear that you aren’t required to prove exemption or use those stupid sunflower lanyards or print off those even stupider cards. All you have to do is say “I am exempt from wearing a face mask and you cannot discriminate against me under the Equality Act”. No proof is required.
  9. That’s interesting - thanks. Makes total sense that we are being softened up to feel like restrictions, food shortage, military in communities is a normal thing. I genuinely think a lot of people got sick in March/April (my family and friends included) but I remember very fine powder everywhere and my air quality monitor in my garden was showing some really bad pollution. For this lockdown I don’t remember the same poor air quality and I don’t personally know anyone who has got sick. Already people are so accepting of the restrictions and seem to be welcoming mo
  10. @DarianF - Schools are getting creepy. There is a widespread power grab at schools where the aim is to destroy any sort of family values and weaken the parent-child relationship under the pretence of “safeguarding”. Safeguarding Safe Guarding Guard Safe The Guard is Safe You’re Safe with the Guard sick.
  11. The refusal has to be discriminatory under the Equality Act (https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/15/contents) for it to be unlawful. For example, discrimination based on one of the acts protected characteristics (race, religion, disability etc.). I’m sure there are many many cases of refusal of entry based on disability because the act has been around a long time. What hasn’t been tested in court as far as I know is the face mask exemption in the Coronavirus legislation (https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/pdfs/uksi_20200791_en.pdf) because that is too new. It would ha
  12. Just a reminder of the life we’ve lost: I miss the freedom to be in a crowd and not see face masks and not have to see all the rules and regulations everywhere when you go in a shop or on public transport. Feel free to add your own losses in.
  13. Ok, I thought he was referring to English law. For English law, you can be exempt if the requirement to wear one is in breach of the equality act: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/pdfs/uksi_20200791_en.pdf
  14. I’m more worried about the army coming into my son’s school, issuing him with a barcode, forcibly testing him and securing him somewhere if they decide he tested positive. it’s happening in Liverpool and they are the testbed for a national roll out.
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