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Started this because Shadowmoon and Numnuts suggested it!

Think they are trying to see if there is any subtle/non subtle build up of infrastructure etc related to controlling the masses in line with what’s going on. Maybe you’ve seen unusual build up or upgrade of an area building or what not that looks like it’s being prepared for illogical purposes.

 

Hope Shadowmoon and Numnuts will comment to clarify what they are looking for. Could of pasted their posts but thought it might be bad form to do so!

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Here’s something quite interesting that I’ve picked up on in the last week...   I travel to work on the train (Northern Fail) and I’m sure people are aware there are various intrusive  “COVI

There is an 'Army Reserve Centre' on Stoney Lane in Sparkhill, Birmingham, that I travel past every day going to and from work.   https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.4516247,-1.8731167,18.25z

Seeing 100s of people every day wearing face masks will always be an unusual sighting for me. Seeing the news dominated by this unescapable 'pandemic' will always be unusual.   It's all unus

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This is a good topic!

 

I’m always looking out for this kind of stuff going on. I’ve not seen any yet though but I’m expecting there to be some local military camps set up whilst they do the testing and the “assisting to isolate” otherwise they’ll spend all their time driving back and forth from their bases

 

Ive not seen the “lab vans” yet where these new tests will be conducted from when they arrive in your neighbourhood but am keeping an eye out for those too. I’m expecting it to be a “don’t come to us, we’ll come to you” system if they are planning to test whole cities at a time.

 

Im sure the emergency morgues will be back, our local one was a park and ride which was empty due to the stay at home order.

 

As for the likely protests and mass civil disobedience - no idea, I’m sure they have contingencies but they won’t tell us for obvious reasons.

 

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There is an 'Army Reserve Centre' on Stoney Lane in Sparkhill, Birmingham, that I travel past every day going to and from work.

 

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.4516247,-1.8731167,18.25z

 

There's not usually a  great deal going on there, and apart from a couple of admin staff I can see in offices through the front windows, the place is mostly deserted. But as I go past on the bus, I do 'keep an eye out'...

 

Couple of mornings ago though, I did curiously observe a number of people in 'workout gear', running up and down the main yard towards the front gate and back.

 

Then this morning, I did note that one of those huge marquees/gazebos has been erected just behind the building on the right (if you look from the street) very similar to the one at the 'Covid Testing Site' further up the road off Alfred Road.

 

The recent news that Birmingham is one of the areas announced as where 'mass testing' is going to take place fills me with concern.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-54887469

 

We already have non-uniform RAF personnel 'assisting' with doorstop testing throughout the city. I was wondering how long it might be before Army reservists get called into action to 'assist'...

 

Some 'fun' bits of trivia that some might find interesting...

 

This Army Reserve Centre is right next door to the Anderton Park primary school that became the focus of protests against LGBT teaching last year.

 

There is an NHS medical centre right across the road, which closed in January 2020 for 'renovation and extension work' and has recently re-opened following completion of the work. (If you look on Google Street View it has been extended into the derelict 'Volvo Parts' store you can see on the corner).

 

There was a planning application submitted to the council to erect a 5G mast on the pavement outside the Army Reserve Centre.

(Actually on further checking in order to provide a link, the planning application was refused back in June, so well done there!)

 

I will continue to keep an eye out on this place, as my intuition has been giving me funny signals for some time now...

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I said this somewhere else a couple of weeks (days? i dont know time is morphing) that the 'camps' for refusniks dont need to be buit in the UK as we already have the country littered with Minstry of Defence properties under care and maintenance orders....consider one such plaqce RAF Machrihanish....i had the misfortune to stay there about 10 years ago when the company i worked for leased a barrack block as it was cheaper than finding local accomodation for us...the place is huge....wee nippy could use it for the whole of Scotlands refuseniks...Penally camp in Tenby (Wales...another place ive had the pleasure of staying at) used recently to house Nigels rubber dinghy rapids warriors...ship them out to hotels and bingo...a ready made refusenik camp...also consider the Ministry of defence police are on an active recruitment drive at present covered recently by UK column news where successful applicants will be given training in firearms and crowd thuggery...i wondered why they were actively recruiting mid 'pandemic'...I think i know now

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Perhaps I am being cynical. But its quite ironic they are referring to silicon valley in the title and it was a former police station.

 

And there will be a "co-living" space to help with the growing house crisis. 

 

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.kentonline.co.uk/dartford/news/amp/bid-to-create-mini-silicon-valley-232840/

 

"We are making sure everything we do is Covid compliant," he added.

The developers are currently seeking further approval from the council for some tweaks to their plans which would see the courthouse behind the old police station building turned into a "co-living" space.

The co-living concept has been billed as a potential solution to the urban housing crisis of high rents and social isolation and are already popping up in parts of East London.

Sanmi envisages that this area would primarily be targeted at graduates and young millennials aged between 18 and 30.

The former North Kent Magistrates Court and police station is set to become co-working spaces. Picture: Steve Crispe The former North Kent Magistrates Court and police station is set to become co-working spaces. Picture: Steve Crispe

It would consist of short-stay housing in which tenants share communal living facilities such as kitchens, as well as having access to common areas hosting events and activities. Other common features include gyms and cinema rooms.

The chief executive hopes this will provide a space for graduates and entrepreneurs to bounce ideas off each other while having easy access to a co-working space next door.

"Our ecosystem is the unique selling point of this space," Sanmi said, adding it would provide a support system similar to that found at university.

"We are trying to bring into Dartford something unique."

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13 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Perhaps I am being cynical. But its quite ironic they are referring to silicon valle in the title and it was a former police station.

 

And there will be a "co-living" space to help with the growing house crisis. 

 

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.kentonline.co.uk/dartford/news/amp/bid-to-create-mini-silicon-valley-232840/

 

"We are making sure everything we do is Covid compliant," he added.

The developers are currently seeking further approval from the council for some tweaks to their plans which would see the courthouse behind the old police station building turned into a "co-living" space.

The co-living concept has been billed as a potential solution to the urban housing crisis of high rents and social isolation and are already popping up in parts of East London.

Sanmi envisages that this area would primarily be targeted at graduates and young millennials aged between 18 and 30.

The former North Kent Magistrates Court and police station is set to become co-working spaces. Picture: Steve Crispe The former North Kent Magistrates Court and police station is set to become co-working spaces. Picture: Steve Crispe

It would consist of short-stay housing in which tenants share communal living facilities such as kitchens, as well as having access to common areas hosting events and activities. Other common features include gyms and cinema rooms.

The chief executive hopes this will provide a space for graduates and entrepreneurs to bounce ideas off each other while having easy access to a co-working space next door.

"Our ecosystem is the unique selling point of this space," Sanmi said, adding it would provide a support system similar to that found at university.

"We are trying to bring into Dartford something unique."

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That is a remarkable coincidence, but in Halifax, West Yorkshire, they are doing the exact same thing with the former County Court: Co-living spaces.

 

Something fishy about it, and it would be worth seeing the transactions of ownership on these buildings, just to see where the money is going for former public buildings in prime locations...

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Another one that struck me yesterday ...there is a gunshop local to me and yesterday i cycled past it and noticed a sign in the window....''gunroom now only open by appoinment'' ....which struck me as odd- normally you would just walk in and admittedly the company is also a locksmiths so non essential shops n'orl that ...now is that the proprietors choice or is that an edict from police/government ?. I can imagine the police with their current regard as anyone not ''one of them'' is an enemy issuing an edict such as that....anyone have any similar experiences ?

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In sunny Southern California, here. From the day Biden was declared winner by the MSM, the amount of ambulances/paramedic trucks trolling with sirens blaring...mostly during lunch and dinner hours while diners are "safely" eating outdoors...has increased their pre-lockdown routine from before.

 

That and an increase of the CHP SUV trucks presence on city street, as before, as well. The sheriff's departments are supposed to patrol the city streets, CHP is supposed to patrol the highways/freeways.

 

Not sure it was anything other than a coincidence but, week leading up to the election, the post office here kept "accidently" flying the state flag upside down. Once in a week would be a mistake...five times? I took a mental note of it, then when the news of election fraud came out, made me go, "Hmmm!?!"

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On 11/1/2020 at 4:42 PM, Bombadil said:

Centres to house them or help them?

 

Return of the workhouse but re-branded for the 21st century. So described as something like "affordable housing" where "tenants" get UC/UBI and "credits" as a "reward" for taking weekly "COVID tests" aka having a long cotton bud shoved down their noses and throats by an army bloke, and doing "community work." 

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23 hours ago, CitizenX said:

 

That is a remarkable coincidence, but in Halifax, West Yorkshire, they are doing the exact same thing with the former County Court: Co-living spaces.

 

Something fishy about it, and it would be worth seeing the transactions of ownership on these buildings, just to see where the money is going for former public buildings in prime locations...

 

 

This is suspect indeed. There's also plenty of empty warehouses and abandoned Victorian hospitals they could "reclaim" too. 😟

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One thing I have noticed over the past 2 weeks are what I can only describe as Fake Roadworks.

 

There are various road closures or temporary traffic lights in place on stretches of roads where sections are barricaded off but with no obvious work being done.

 

Some of the areas affected have had nothing done for at least 5 days, and it is baffling why this has happened simultaneously across the area I live in (West Yorkshire).

 

Anybody else notice the same thing? 

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On 11/11/2020 at 11:09 PM, magu said:

normally you would just walk in and admittedly the company is also a locksmiths so non essential shops n'orl that 

Surely locksmiths must be essential   ?  they are  Key workers.........

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1 hour ago, CitizenX said:

One thing I have noticed over the past 2 weeks are what I can only describe as Fake Roadworks.

 

There are various road closures or temporary traffic lights in place on stretches of roads where sections are barricaded off but with no obvious work being done.

 

Some of the areas affected have had nothing done for at least 5 days, and it is baffling why this has happened simultaneously across the area I live in (West Yorkshire).

 

Anybody else notice the same thing? 

 

I have in the past seen these things.

There's sometimes one on a corner nearby.

For days nothing happens then the next day all packed and gone..

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the traffic light system rolled out at many petrol stations & supermarkets is interesting , not sure anybody has posted about it yet but sure to be linked to the track & trace app soon.

 

a lot of new anpr cameras gone up recently too almost cutting the urban area into wards.  they used to be just on arterial roads in & out of town & motorways etc

 

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, suspicioustimes said:

the traffic light system rolled out at many petrol stations & supermarkets is interesting , not sure anybody has posted about it yet but sure to be linked to the track & trace app soon.

 

a lot of new anpr cameras gone up recently too almost cutting the urban area into wards.  they used to be just on arterial roads in & out of town & motorways etc

 

 

 

 

 

Aint the supermarket car park cameras linked to the  ANPR  system already ?...i know of two in my home town that are 

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Recently in my town they have been replacing the street lamps. I could be over thinking it but I thought fuck it I’m going to ask them what they are doing. Apparently they are converting them to energy saving bulbs, I questioned as to why they need to replace the whole top of the light and why it’s now got an aerial on top they couldn't come up with any reasonable answer. I’m convinced it’s do with the 5g rollout which is coming soon 

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6 hours ago, magu said:

Aint the supermarket car park cameras linked to the  ANPR  system already ?...i know of two in my home town that are 

 

 

not sure if the supermarket ones are linked to the council operated ones but wouldnt surprise me , i meant that theres many more anpr's up at random spots around the area in general compared to before - now splitting the area along the different areas/estates sorta thing.

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Here’s something quite interesting that I’ve picked up on in the last week...

 

I travel to work on the train (Northern Fail) and I’m sure people are aware there are various intrusive  “COVID” announcements whilst on the station and platform, one in particular from a man with a very “plummy” sounding voice which starts with the phrase “Hi there, just  quick reminder of the COVID restrictions in place...” blah blah etc. All very pleasant and a mention of exemptions where applicable.

 

Well this week the same plummy voice has a new announcement and he’s sounding very much more stern, and not informing us but telling us, “YOU MUST WEAR A MASK THAT COVERS YOUR FACE AND NOSE AT ALL TIMES ON THE STATION AND PLATFORMS...FINES ARE IN PLACE FOR NON-COMPLIANCE...”

 

This is definitely coercion in place here, no doubt by design under the Biderman principles to ramp up the fear and keep the population in check...

 

RESIST and remember you are operating under common law here in the UK... they cannot enforce it.

 

You are a living man or woman

You do not consent

You do not contract

You do not understand (stand under)

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On 11/16/2020 at 11:53 AM, suspicioustimes said:

a lot of new anpr cameras gone up recently too almost cutting the urban area into wards.  they used to be just on arterial roads in & out of town & motorways etc

 

Interesting you mention that. West Midlands Police recently put up a link on their Facebook page to a survey asking for peoples' opinions.

 

 

 

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Thanks for taking part in our poll on automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology. We won't share your personal details but we'll use your answers to help with our programme to replace our aging network of cameras with the latest models and increasing the coverage of the secure scheme.

 

Can't even spell 'ageing' correctly...

 

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