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  1. Police now provoking crowds in Bristol, mentioned dogs and horses would be used if crowd not dispersed then started shoving crowd with their shields. Calming down a bit but will kick off if they do that again I think. Noticed the officer who started this grinned when someone called him out for not wearing a mask.
  2. police claimed officers had broken bones after the protest last weekend, then backtracked a few days later and admitted that wasn't true
  3. I think some are wearing them to stop themselves being identified.
  4. 100s of protesters currently heading into Bristol city centre, police trying to divert away them away from the central police station, blockades of riot vans in place. I'm not in the centre but live nearby, helicopters currently overhead.
  5. I also don't now know anyone who is against getting the vaccine.
  6. I have had Guillain-Barré like symptoms since being ill last spring, initially acute pain in feet, spreading into legs and into one side of my face at first. Pain was severe in feet and legs for a few months, easing over time. After neurological symptoms were reported as a side effect during COVID-19 vaccine trials I made an informed decision not to have the vaccine and that has only been reinforced by what I have learned since. I would hope this decision is respected if I am ever questioned.
  7. Just noticed today on facebook, sheeple starting to put rainbow frames around their profile pictures that say 'I've had my COVID vaccine', or 'I'll get my COVID vaccine'.
  8. Harris seems much more prominent than any US VP there has been in my lifetime. There has been a lot of reference to Biden & Harris, maybe to prepare people for this just being Harris. There wasn't reference to a Trump & Pence administration or even Obama & Biden. There is very much an impression Biden needs propping up.
  9. With this in mind I asked my friend if she knew which of the vaccines she would have, they just responded to say they didn't know. I got the impression this didn't concern them.
  10. I first heard of David Icke through a close friend a number of years ago. Over the past year it feels that our views have been diverging. This friend had the view COVID-19 was a hoax, they were not going to have the vaccine etc. Now their views about this have changed and they are getting the vaccine as soon as they can and don't want me visiting them until they have the vaccine. We live some distance apart now. Have others had similar experiences?
  11. I have been feeling like I have been subjected to an astral attack for a few years now. I experienced several months of quite severe fatigue last year, feeling of heaviness, pains throughout my body. There are two individuals in particular I feel causing this. I distanced myself from one and felt better then another seemed to take over what the other started, I distanced myself from them as much as I could, felt better briefly, and then the former re-engaged and that really had quite an impact. I took a change of direction in my career a few years ago which put me in a situation where I feel so much negativity, towards me and also in the environment generally, like I have never experienced before. I feel like I have become connected to some really toxic networks which I am trying to move away from but I feel my prospects are quite stifled. I will see a job I seem to be a good fit for, I engage with the contact who seems very positive and I am encouraged to apply. I then get ghosted. How did you overcome your situation? Apologies I am a bit vague in the detail I give, I am just conscious of not giving so much information that I could be identified.
  12. He left hospital this morning and returned to Windsor Castle https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56413762
  13. A few days ago the University of Manchester was criticised for their 'inclusive language advice'. I know that in this sector this language has been 'normal' for some time now. The eyes of the people are just being opened more to the reality of the current situation. What may be perceived as the new normal in many respects is really not that new. We are subject to continuous change, but not always for the better. Some changes might be temporary but will have a lasting effect. Facemask wearing in supermarkets etc. may at some point cease to be mandatory but I am sure there will be some who are so conditioned to wearing these masks that they just won't stop or may keep wearing them as a result of sustained fear.
  14. They even bully their own. A relative of mine was bullied out of the police, it really affected him, he has since had a job which involves driving and lone working.
  15. I think articles such as that this one by the guardian are just scare mongering tactics try to and get more people to take the vaccine.
  16. Nationwide increased the interest rate for their 1 yr cash ISA from 0.25% to 0.4% this week. This rate is still half of what I get with them currently, but at least its moving in the right direction.
  17. Lloyds banking group plans to buy and rent out housing stock across the UK, and aims to have tenants by the end of the year: https://www.ft.com/content/0f4f74dc-7e32-448d-9eb0-9fb264a3c8c7 The chilling words of Klaus Schwab come to mind when reading the above - 'You will own nothing and be happy'.
  18. What you describe is typical of social media - facebook and linkedin feeds for example. Forums are quite different, and I personally prefer the forum format.
  19. I just posted about this as a new topic earlier. I had a letter about the 2021 census today, there is a code in the letter taking you to an online form. There are many questions, asking for a lot of personal info. I have not completed a census before, seemed to be an unnecessary level of info requested. Even questions addressing gender change. I was born female, and I'm still female. It seemed possible to skip questions, I didn't fill out the box detailing what I did in my job, was enough to be asked where I work and what my job title is without giving more info. The letter states the census must be completed by law or you could be fined up to £1,000. After completing my section I gave nothing other than names of others in my household then logged out, that being the only way to not give further details. Expect I might be pestered to give more details. Back in 2011 I was in a student accommodation block, I don't know what information was collected about me at that time if anything.
  20. I had a letter today from the Office for National Statistics regarding the 2021 Census. I have previously just put names of the household on a paper form. This letter has a code and it takes you to an online form. This questionnaire requests a lot of personal information, information I am not comfortable giving and I question what is done with this. There was a box asking me for details of what my job involves even, I found I could go to the next page leaving that blank. I don't like this obsession with collecting personal data the government and other organisations have. The letter states, 'you must complete the census by law or be fined up to £1,000'. What really is the legal position here? What can actually happen if this isn't completed? I answered questions about myself then logged out at the point I was being asked personal questions about others in the household.
  21. This person almost did drive me to suicide a few years ago. I have noticed that others deal with them by treating them like they are more important than they are, this person likes to be made to feel important and he rewards those who just seem to submit to them. If you please this person they will give you opportunities and more responsibility, otherwise you get treated as I have. I think those who are in their favour may copy their behaviours in future when they are in a similar position, and the cycle continues.
  22. I have a chronic respiratory illness. When I need to go into my workplace facemask wearing is compulsory, there seems to be no exception. Yet people harp on about being kind. The same people also try and make others feel guilty if they don't wear a mask.
  23. Hello, I have been watching the weekly David Icke Dot Connector videos for several months now and thought I would take a look at the forum. I felt been feeling increasingly concerned about what I have been reading in the news. I am a woman, not a womxn. I won't be adding a line to my email signature stating my preferred pronoun. I won't be getting the COVID-19 vaccine, I have concerns about unknown effects on fertility and deaths resulting from vaccinations. I feel light headed after wearing face masks for even a short period, yet feel I have to wear them in a supermarket to get into the store and so that I do not get abuse from other customers. I feel facemasks are more more likely to cause illness than prevent you getting ill. I feel quite isolated due to the views I have.
  24. Had the chimneys swept about 5 years ago after opening up fireplaces, also smoke tested. Living room one would easily fit a dog grate, just has a decorative surround in place at the moment, could fairly easily be put back into use. I foresee future issues when we are having to depend more on electricity as opposed to gas central heating.
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