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  1. 4 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    Never forget the UK government can only ever call on 450,000 armed forces ,police and other assorted traitors to protect them,and they can never muster that number in one place at one time (there is the thorny question of UN 'peacekeepers' but thats another debate)


    Here in Ireland we have an army of only 10k personel and 17k guards (Police) with a population of well over 5 million.


  2. Just now, zarkov said:

    Think your right.

    & we can adapt if thats the direction they wish to pursue.

    Like in Northern Ireland.


    At the start of the troubles in 1969 the IRA had a few dozen members and a small handful of arms. Ten years later the had become arguably the most succesfull guerilla army of that era with around 10k members millions of supporters and enough determination and firepower to keep 10's of thousands of British army troops being needed to to try and keep them in check.


    Not saying that's the way to go, but the (so called authorities) could do well to remember that if they lose the support of the General population their days are numbered, and current police tacticts seem to be pushing people in that direction.


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  3. 30 minutes ago, zarkov said:



    How to negotiate with oppression ;)




    This is whats going to happen eventually, the people are going to start fighting back.

    Though the Police might have the upper hand with training and weapons, they could never ever hope to beat the public on numbers.


  4. 39 minutes ago, northern star said:


    I agree. Sometimes repetition is a good thing given the speed the thread moves at, plus it re-enforces the strength of our convictions. Plus the sheer size of the thread - 4million views now - makes it a tour de force.

    I get highly suspicious of people coming on here telling people to stop posting info based only on the fact that some of the info is repetative.

    That fact that this thread has had 4 million views shows that there is many new people checking out the forum to find out alternative view points, and many will have never came across some of the info on here. 

    With that in mind, keep posting is what I say.

    That Troll done a good job the other day, getting the thread shut down for several days, surprised the Mods fell for it.

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  5. 3 hours ago, zArk said:

    To protest


    One can write to their MP

    Not perform an act

    Not join in

    Not purchase something specifically


    Protesting isn't limited to walking around a city banging a drum


    Disagreeing in conversation with a Covidian 


    Telling the school head it's all bolox and you're not part of the lunacy 



    Imo find your own way 





    For me the protest was about making up the numbers and finding likeminded contacts.

    Succesful on both counts.

    What now? that's the real question.

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  6. 19 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

    Suggestion for a meme:

    A map of the world 2030 with each country a different dystopia.


    UK: The Prisoner/1984

    USA: Brave New World. "Muh freedums"

    OZ: Hunger Games

    Canada: Fahrenheit 451.

    France: Gattaca.

    Germany: Truman.

    China: China.

    Israel: They Live.

    Russia: THX1138.



    Ireland : Island (Aldous Huxley 1962)

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  7. 50 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:


    Is anyone in the police and the military questioning why they are enforcing these strict lockdowns because a of deadly virus, yet are given pound shop masks?  If I believed there was a deadly virus I would want a full protection suit or I am going on strike.



    I honestly believe it must be something they are doing to them in training. Some sort of subliminal messaging technique coupled with hypnosis.

    I have came across some guards though who have told me they do not want to be doing this, and that there is many in the force who feel the same.

    Fear of losing their job, home, pension would also be a contributing factor.

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  8. 15 minutes ago, DarianF said:

    Did anyone really believe they would stop at just forcing aged care workers to be jabbed? Now, prepare for every work sector to fall like dominoes...


    Vaccination requirement likely at Australian workplaces at high risk of COVID-19 transmission, experts say


    Here in the Western hemisphere for the Globalist elites it's a race against time until the flu season.

    Austrailia being in it's own region has to push now as it's winter there now.

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  9. 3 minutes ago, DarianF said:


    Alexander’s Injuries Part 1



    Alexander’s Injuries Part 2



    But to be fair to modern leaders, I heard a rumour once that George Bush strained his shoulder on a Florida golf swing during the Iraq War. That's some serious shit. It required ice.

    Andrew fought in the Falklands war, and Harry in Afghanistan.


    Just sayin

  10. 1 minute ago, webtrekker said:


    In times of old the King accompanied, and fought alongside his soldiers. The cowardly scum we have now wouldn't be seen within 1,000 miles of a battle. One of their favourite pastimes is watching drones on a large screen killing children and innocent bystanders.





    I know.

    And could you imagine todays 18-20 something safe space/PC types being sent to fight in trench warfare or them trying to organize a defence against a Jihadist proxy army like Syria has had to deal with.

    It doesn't bear thinking about.

  11. 11 minutes ago, DarianF said:


    Pushback? I doubt it. Surrounded by submissive, compliant, brainwashed sheep who actually beg for more slavery... hard to imagine any kind of real resistance forming. I think we're right fucked this time mate. It's a walkover.

    Surely it's different in rural Austrailia?

    Was thinking people over seas who support the Austrailian people should start protesting at Austrailian emmbassies, boycott Austrailian goods etc.

    We have it pretty bad here in Ireland still, but whats happening in Austrailia has gone beyond the beyonds.

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  12. 18 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:


    This reminds me of Huxley's "Brave New World" - its been a while since I read it, so forgive the lack of detail, but there were basically 'savages' (as the city-dwellers called them), who were 'wild humans' living outside of the ordered and arranged society within the cities. It seems to me how this begins, by ostracising those who refuse the 'jibjabs', and forcing them out of 'society'.


    They pretty much tell us this is whats going to happen.

    My biggest concern is all the people who do not live in our city. Those we lost on the way. Those who decided that it became too much, all this technology. Those who felt obsolete and useless when robots and AI took over big parts of our jobs. Those who got upset with the political system and turned against it. They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages.



  13. 2 hours ago, Bullion said:

    What you mention is a funny conundrum because most people are aware of the way the governments rip off people/families who die without a will, yet they believe the same governments care about keeping them safe from covid, go figure. For this reason I think dying intestate would be rare nowadays so I hope the greedy governments will still ‘allow’ the purchase of housing for those who are left to toil the earth for ‘them’. They do like collecting taxes and rates from us so I’m crossing my fingers.

    People have very short memories. I mean this is the same Tory party that brought in a sweeping range of austerity measures that killed an estimated 120k people.


    We are now to believe that these same politicians are doing all this because they care about the well being of the elderly and vulnerable.

    The fact is that they have went along with these policies and that this will only mean a massive reduction in tax revenues being collected and a whole new range of austerity measures being brought in to pay for it. This tells you only one thing, that there is something very sinister, well planned and organised going on, and that the little people are going to come out of it far worse than most of them would have thought possible.


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  14. 10 minutes ago, ar55 said:

    Protests are 100% the answer.


    The elite are desperate to make it seem as if a tiny minority are against the jab.


    Massive protests show people this is not the case.

    For now it's all we have.

    I think the fighting stage may well become inevitable though. Either that or they leave us alone to form our own society, which is what I see happening in the short term.

  15. 42 minutes ago, elongated1 said:


    ...and I see opposition posing as activists even more. lol


    Not so much here in Ireland.

    To be fair, Antifa tried their hand but were sent packing in the early days.


  16. 1 minute ago, Gee said:

    Watched this protest and as I said before with a past protest, the people are being entertained, which is a distraction. These shows are embarassing.

    Lots of networks of resistance being set up as likeminded people get together with these events.

    They are serving a great service to humanity, if you ask me.


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  17. 14 minutes ago, Anders said:

    BBC news on anti-lockdown protest in London:


    Traffic Report: "A3212 London - A3212 Whitehall in Westminster closed in both directions from Trafalgar Square to the Parliament Square junction, because of a demonstration."

    Surprised as RTE gave the Irish protest a fairly decent report especially when you compare their past record on reporting  on these events.

    Down played the numbers, but that was to be expected.


    Maybe the heat is getting to them?


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