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Everything posted by TheRudeTourist

  1. You’re pretty spot on I reckon. So who do we vote for? What about One Nation?
  2. if Craig Kelly is not one of us and not a good guy, I don’t even know what to believe anymore. I mean I certainly don’t trust him as he’s a politician but he does seem to be all for freedom of choice. There’s plenty who believe David icke isn’t one of us either..
  3. And now the unvaccinated have the same privileges as the vaxxed? Or have they got something else in store ?
  4. What’s really going on in Denmark? Have they really scrapped all restrictions and vax passports?
  5. I like to remain slightly optimistic that we will get through this and it may turn out for the better even David icke has said it himself that we will get through this
  6. It’s the relentless propaganda it’s everywhere
  7. So full of hatred the covid cult
  8. I'm in australia and i feel its going to reach breaking point here eventually, a long way to go yet obviously but a lot of people still believing the jabs will get them their freedom back once they hit their targets, they're in for a rude shock. Even a mainstream media journo who happened to have a severe reaction to the Pfizer pointed that out today that if the governments don't keep their promises there will be many more out on the streets.
  9. You're right in countries like this where you don't normally have a lot of rights to begin with it makes the authoritarian measures easy to implement. I have a lot of contacts in South east asia and it sounds like a lot of people are just lining up for the jab out of desperation so I'd imagine it wouldn't be too hard to bring it into everyday things like going to the shops etc. I like to think people will get through this but how is it going to pan out for these places and is there any hope
  10. I know a lot of the talk is generally about western countries. But what about in countries like Philippines, Indonesia etc.? From what I've seen there has been little to no pushback in countries like this. In Indonesia an activist with large social media following was jailed and force jabbed for speaking out against the tyranny. In Philippines the president told people if they're not jabbed they can't leave the house. All well and good that there is some pushback in some countries but a lot of places around the world they don't have much choice but to comply. Are places like this completely doomed, or is it just going to be a longer road out of it for them?
  11. Indonesia have made it mandatory to be fully jabbed to enter now. I need to get back to see my wife and kids in January. My only hope is if they relax the restrictions once the hysteria calms down a bit over there they’ve got a massive push for the jab at moment, and make it just the PCR test like before. Even though there’s a fair bit of push back here in australia it seems kinda pointless and I feel cornered as other countries are already screwed .. not sure what to do at moment
  12. It's pretty much proven to be a fraud from what I've seen personally and read also. Rebranded cold/flu symptoms, using a test that's not testing for "covid". They can manipulate the tests however they want to suit their agenda by amplifying it to bring case numbers up or down.
  13. My Brazilian friend said it's all political what's happening over there. Like someone else pointed out Bolsonaro called it out for being a hoax, then all of a sudden "cases" and "deaths" exploded. There was some footage where Bolsonaro sent some ministers into a hospital which had supposedly thousands of deaths the previous day and they went in and the hospital was completely dead. Same story all around the world. But at least Brazilians can leave and enter their own country with just a negative test, no quarantining involved. Here in Australia we can't leave without an exemption and to get back in Australians are forced into hotel quarantine facilities for 2 weeks and everyone is told here how "lucky" and "free" we are.
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