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I will be using this thread to alert forum users to instances in which companies behave in hostile or abusive ways to non mask wearers or anyone who challenges the official narrative on covid 19 in any way. Please feel free to add your own contributions to this thread, and may I make the suggestion that wherever possible, we refuse to buy from companies which engage in this kind of behaviour, whilst also making the company aware that we are boycotting them.

 

To begin with, here is culprit one, TK Maxx, who, in their Ayrshire branch, had the police remove a family of non mask wearers from the shop. They all had hidden disabilities - not that it matters.

 

I contacted them to tell them I wouldn't be using TK Maxx shop any more, and would tell everyone I know to do the same.

 

https://www.facebook.com/665113411/videos/10157862135198412/

 

 

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ASDA: 

 

https://www.facebook.com/DMFEnglish/videos/10158143713484209

 

This time the culprit is Asda Dundee, refusing entry to non mask wearers. Boycott the cunts if you can, email them, let them know, use another supermarket if you can. We need to voice our perspective if we think it is worth having.

 

We need to speak our truth, stand up for our truth. 

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I'll never buy another copy of the Manchester Evening news again, nothing but fear, fear and chastising of anyone offering alternative viewpoints. I think they're owned by the same phalluses that own OK magazine, so their journalistic integrity has long since departed.  Their FB page seems to be full of full on sheep, and I suspect some are plants (although the public are so brain washed, they wouldn't need them). It's just constant fear porn day after day... I hope they go bust, should this ever end.

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The latest in a long line of despicable, Fascist, Nazi pigs is 'Qantas', an airline who may very soon have to change their name to 'Cuntas'.

 

Here is a handy link for providing them with feedback. It goes without saying that telling people who are trying to destroy freedom that their behaviour is deplorable is the morally correct thing to do.

 

https://www.qantas.com/gb/en/support/contact-us/customer-care-feedback-form.html?int_cam=contact-us-feedback

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53 minutes ago, Ethel said:

The latest in a long line of despicable, Fascist, Nazi pigs is 'Qantas', an airline who may very soon have to change their name to 'Cuntas'.

 

Here is a handy link for providing them with feedback. It goes without saying that telling people who are trying to destroy freedom that their behaviour is deplorable is the morally correct thing to do.

 

https://www.qantas.com/gb/en/support/contact-us/customer-care-feedback-form.html?int_cam=contact-us-feedback

 

Couldn't agree more, though it seems to have had the effect of actually waking a few people up.

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I’ve finally boycotted Tesco. I had a unpleasant experience recently when visiting my local Tesco. I walked towards the entrance and they have those silly traffic lights installed now. The light was at green so I continued to go in only to be stopped by a fat bastard Covid Marshall who asked if I was a member of staff or nhs and I replied I was just a customer.
 

He told me to get the the back of the queue which was almost a mile long and to wear a mask but I told him I was exempt but he wouldn’t listen and told me to get the mask on and get to the back of the queue. Needless to say I took a tantrum and shouted at him that all this is a load of bloody bollocks and I walked away very angry.
 

Fortunately, I managed to get my shopping elsewhere which was at Lidl and the atmosphere there was like night and day. I really don’t need this shit from Tesco as going to the supermarket is a stressful experience for me at the best of times as I suffer anxiety and panic disorder.

 

I wish I had a megaphone with me so I could of told the sheep lining up wearing masks lining up in the queue outside that if the government told them to shop in the nude they would probably do it. I despair now with the public obeying to all this crap and it’s getting me down. I wonder what the late great George Carlin and Bill Hicks would of made of this farce.

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40 minutes ago, Artmuzz said:

I’ve finally boycotted Tesco. I had a unpleasant experience recently when visiting my local Tesco. I walked towards the entrance and they have those silly traffic lights installed now. The light was at green so I continued to go in only to be stopped by a fat bastard Covid Marshall who asked if I was a member of staff or nhs and I replied I was just a customer.
 

He told me to get the the back of the queue which was almost a mile long and to wear a mask but I told him I was exempt but he wouldn’t listen and told me to get the mask on and get to the back of the queue. Needless to say I took a tantrum and shouted at him that all this is a load of bloody bollocks and I walked away very angry.
 

Fortunately, I managed to get my shopping elsewhere which was at Lidl and the atmosphere there was like night and day. I really don’t need this shit from Tesco as going to the supermarket is a stressful experience for me at the best of times as I suffer anxiety and panic disorder.

 

I wish I had a megaphone with me so I could of told the sheep lining up wearing masks lining up in the queue outside that if the government told them to shop in the nude they would probably do it. I despair now with the public obeying to all this crap and it’s getting me down. I wonder what the late great George Carlin and Bill Hicks would of made of this farce.

 

I haven't been to a 'big supermarket' or any other big store shopping for months now, can't be arsed dealing with the aggro. Thankfully where I live I have a number of small independent supermarkets and convenience stores within a short walking distance, none of which have silly traffic lights, or long queues to get in, and I've never been challenged for not wearing a mask.

 

As I don't drive, I did used to do 'big shops' online with both Tesco and Asda for home delivery, but as soon as the second lockdown kicked in, strangely all the delivery slots became 'unavailable', unless you want to book a delivery about six weeks in advance 🥴

 

I get home grocery deliveries from Iceland now - no problems with getting delivery slots either, most of the time I can get delivery the next day, and delivery is free if you spend over £35 (unlike Tesco or Asda who charge between £2.50 and £6.00). Now Iceland offer larger multipacks of beer 🍻 I have no need to use Tesco or Asda at all.

 

So bollocks to them.

 

"Big shop" delivered by Iceland, any other bits and pieces I need I get from local independent shops, who are more deserving of our custom.

 

I find it absurd and crazy that shoppers will happily queue for ages in all weathers just to enter a big supermarket. Just shows how programmed some people are sadly.

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13 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I haven't been to a 'big supermarket' or any other big store shopping for months now, can't be arsed dealing with the aggro. Thankfully where I live I have a number of small independent supermarkets and convenience stores within a short walking distance, none of which have silly traffic lights, or long queues to get in, and I've never been challenged for not wearing a mask.

 

As I don't drive, I did used to do 'big shops' online with both Tesco and Asda for home delivery, but as soon as the second lockdown kicked in, strangely all the delivery slots became 'unavailable', unless you want to book a delivery about six weeks in advance 🥴

 

I get home grocery deliveries from Iceland now - no problems with getting delivery slots either, most of the time I can get delivery the next day, and delivery is free if you spend over £35 (unlike Tesco or Asda who charge between £2.50 and £6.00). Now Iceland offer larger multipacks of beer 🍻 I have no need to use Tesco or Asda at all.

 

So bollocks to them.

 

"Big shop" delivered by Iceland, any other bits and pieces I need I get from local independent shops, who are more deserving of our custom.

 

I find it absurd and crazy that shoppers will happily queue for ages in all weathers just to enter a big supermarket. Just shows how programmed some people are sadly.


Yeah it’s absolutely crazy that shoppers do queue and was so angry I was tempted to get a megaphone and tell the sheep what I think of them. Another thing is that I was baffled and very angry that the Marshall had everyone queuing outside even though the traffic light was at green which I pointed out to him angrily. Maybe he was colour blind or thought he would take the piss.

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3 hours ago, Artmuzz said:

Another thing is that I was baffled and very angry that the Marshall had everyone queuing outside even though the traffic light was at green which I pointed out to him angrily. Maybe he was colour blind or thought he would take the piss.

 

Give someone a little bit of power and it soon goes to their heads. If the light was on green, then its also sad that no-one in that queue was brave enough to just go ahead and walk in.

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Guys check out a video on YouTube AYE JOE NADA  is the channel I’m not a YouTuber I have no subs I just uploaded the video there to expose the tyranny of the shopkeeper who rang the police and mimicked the person for having a medical exemption  businesses  like this need exposing and educating I tried to upload here but I don’t now how to  add the link etc cheers . 

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In Max Igan's most recent video, he mentioned United Airlines asking a family to leave the aircraft because a two year old child refused to wear a mask. The usual applies. Write to them, boycott. I am British, so I probably never would use them anyway, but I'll email them just the same to let them know that I think their behaviour is sickening.

 

 

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Today I entered a Sports Direct store in Ireland. I intended to purchase a voucher at the till , clerk asked me for my exemption letter when I told him I was exempt. Left the store without purchasing the voucher. I was too angry to ask to speak to the manager and accuse them of acting illegally, discrimination etc

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11 minutes ago, owen said:

Today I entered a Sports Direct store in Ireland. I intended to purchase a voucher at the till , clerk asked me for my exemption letter when I told him I was exempt. Left the store without purchasing the voucher. I was too angry to ask to speak to the manager and accuse them of acting illegally, discrimination etc

 

They wouldn't care anyway. It is a psychopathic mindset which they borrow from their masters. It's best not to react around these types. They take any show of emotion and use it against you. The better solution is to never use them again, if at all possible, and also tell them in writing you will be doing this. 

 

It's not that one person, or a hundred, or even a thousand can affect a company like Sports Direct; it's more of symbolic thing, speaking your truth and standing up for it even in the face of overwhelming odds. 

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A lot has happened since I started this thread, and I am kind of at the point now where the idea of boycotting any business has become mostly arbitrary, because there are now businesses openly seeking to exclude non mask wearers, irrespective of the reasons. 

 

Like this shop in Gloucester: https://www.facebook.com/14Gifts who are openly stating that they can and will refuse entry to the maskless. This, apparently, is something which they are legally 'allowed' to do because they are a private enterprise and not an essential service selling food, either. This could just be the beginning. We are apparently on the cusp of yet another one of society's mass scapegoatings, as the human race once again fails to take a long hard look at it's quite considerable unconscious and see the stagnant malevolence which is festering there.

 

I will not be adding to this thread again. I see no point; this is a spiritual war, and each of us who sees this needs to go in the way, searching within for the answers. I am now fully convinced that doing the inner work, combined with non-compliance, is the only thing which is going to 'save' us, because nothing we have done so far to arrange external conditions is having any impact - the situation is only deteriorating. 

 

EDIT: In the ultimate irony, the shop's 'slogan' appears to be "Enlighten yourself with the dark". Synchronicity indeed.

 

 

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