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On 7/6/2021 at 3:54 PM, Sarah Connor said:

Thailand has gone full tyranny since this plandemic. You can get one year in prison for not wearing a face mask

 

DON'T GO TO THAILAND!

I guess prisons are full. :D

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Yeah I did hear before that on the racist ranking Thailand is usually pretty high up on the list as being one of the most racist countries in the world. They hate foreigners and make it difficult for them to settle unless you marry and hire a load of Thais.

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My first advice is flee the UK. If you cannot, scout out your shire and make a list of 4-8 places to hide. Stash food and supplies underground there, and develop criteria by which you decide to flee to this or that depending on time of day. Do not travel with gps or cellphone. Learn how to use hand to hand tactis and diversionary tactics in tight situations. When asked if you are vaxxed by an unknown always say yes.

 
(I didn't write this but good ideas) I can't flee the uk as no passport its expired.
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There is no need to flee the UK.

 

No need to seek out risky third world countries. They will ALL soon be going down the tyranny route, no exceptions.

 

There will never be forced 100% vaccination drive. That is why they are leaving some loopholes and encouraging news reports about vaccine components to be released ad nauseum

 

If they force vaccinate 100% to kill, what was the point of trying to kill with vaccine, when they can just as easily put something in the water supply?

 

Their story is the same--divide and rule, divide and rule, on and on--

Always order out of chaos--always two groups fighting.. 

Unless they leave enough unjabbed alive, how will they sow the divisions and blame for what is on the way ...how will unjabbed be blamed for variants when they have forced it on everyone and have no excuse to blame the unjabbed..?

 

Now because most dummies have eagerly taken it, they need more people on the unjabbed team. So if you are on the unjabbed side, you are safer. Thank the morons who took the jab..

 

Now as for escape---there will never be any problem of basic food or water, even if you do not take the vaccine or jab or whatever you want to call it.

 

There will just be some drama about different shops or hours or something for those without vaccine cards.

And some shaming and news media ranting and panel interviews.

 

Drama..

 

In developed countries, somewhere down the road, when boosters will be mandated, they will make reservations for the unjabbed. 

 

Food will be allowed through different shops and just as they always do 'historically', the scarce things will be made available through bootleggers, smugglers and stuff..

the crime syndicates will continue working albeit in different areas of business.

 

Both jabbed and unjabbed will get the same basic money to spend.

 

With the jabbed in tiny city centre containments being given the illusion of more freedom and access to better life because maybe they will have garbage collection and the unjabbed may not. That is it.

 

 

Again no forced vaccination while holding you down.

 

Remember, they need the unjabbed to continue the drama and the blame game. Ie. they are safe.

 

There is no need to run anywhere.

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4 minutes ago, m754 said:

There is no need to flee the UK.

 

No need to seek out risky third world countries. They will ALL soon be going down the tyranny route, no exceptions.

 

There will never be forced 100% vaccination drive. That is why they are leaving some loopholes and encouraging news reports about vaccine components to be released ad nauseam

 

If they force vaccinate 100% to kill, what was the point of trying to kill with vaccine, when they can put something in the water supply?

 

Their story is the same--divide and rule, divide and rule, on and on--

Unless they leave enough unjabbed alive, how will they sow the divisions and blame for what is on the way ...how will unjabbed be blamed for variants when they have forced it on everyone..?

 

Now because most dummies have eagerly taken it, they need more people on the unjabbed team. So if you are on the unjabbed side, you are safer. Thank the morons who took the jab..

 

Now as for escape---there will never be any problem of food or water, even if you do not take the vaccine or jab or whatever you want to call it.

 

There will just be some drama about different shops or hours or something for those without vaccine cards. And some shaming and news media ranting and panel interviews. Drama..In developed countries, somewhere down the road, when boosters will be mandated, they will make reservations for the unjabbed. 

 

Food will be allowed through different shops abd just as they always do, the scarce things will be made available through bootleggers, smugglers and stuff..the crime syndicates will continue working albeit in different areas of busiess. Both jabbed and unjabbed will get the same basic money to spend. With the jabbed in tiny city centre containments being given the illusion of more freedom and access to better life.

 

 

Again no forced vaccination of holding you down. Remember, they need the unjabbed to continue the drama and the blame game. Ie. we are safe.

 

There is no need to run anywhere.

 

Time to hold fast. Hold ground and fight from wherever you are. Even if it's from the arsehole of the world. They'll be coming for us no matter where we are.

 

 

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1 hour ago, DarianF said:

 

Time to hold fast. Hold ground and fight from wherever you are. Even if it's from the arsehole of the world. They'll be coming for us no matter where we are.

 

 

 

 

You post very nice video clips, many of them quite inspirational.

 

Fight or rather flight (which is the topic of this thread), may not be the best way to go about it. Those are panic reactions. If they own the world as we know it, there will be no escape. And we are already a slave to the systems they have put in place. The Hollywood movies that program us for a fight response have done this deliberately. 

 

The point is to take the protests and the fight the other way. Learn from the other side. 

 

 

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Read this thread with interest especially how rapidly things have changed since it was first brought into being,countries previously touted as safe havens have all fallen in one way or another to the covid lie,i truly believe no country on earth at this present moment can offer anything other than temporary respite.

Personally speaking im at the lowest ebb possible at the moment less than a pound to my name,a potentially very serious health issue around the corner,a house about to be repossesed and about to lose everything i own (i seek no ones sympathy nor emapthy,im just stating facts) so any kind of independent living outside the system is appealing but i'm fully aware that it will be only temporary,have a look at rewilding uk,also take a closer look at the new legislation that has virtually banned wild camping,the powers that shouldn't be have invested time money and effort into ensuring that living outside of the system,in the UK at least, is going to become more and more difficult and guessing here there will be more draconian measures in the pipeline to stifle it completely.

Private property is also to become a thing of the past with the murmurs already apparent about new 'green standards' becoming applicable which will price many people out of private home ownership

Whats left ?

Stand and fight or commit suicide by jab ? the end result of either is very likely to be the same !

Decisions decisions

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''Both jabbed and unjabbed will get the same basic money to spend.''

 

You will have to be part of the system to get that same money,opt out of the system and life will become increasingly difficult ,It wasn't that long ago that Spain made sunlight harvesting illegal (supposedly by mistake,which i don't believe for a minute) how long before rainwater catchment is declared illegal or a health hazard with accompanying penalties for rule breakers ? how long before that cosy log burner is declared illegal on pollution grounds,again, with penalties for rule breakers ? how long before your neighbour gets a few social credit points added for reporting the fact that you have turned over your lawn to growing spuds which is now against the law ?

It might seem i'm all doom and gloom but look on the bright side,at least in prison you get 3 square meals a day,no bills,tv to rot your brain further and all the c*** you can handle whether you like it or not !!

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On 8/7/2021 at 4:14 AM, m754 said:

 

 

You post very nice video clips, many of them quite inspirational.

 

Fight or rather flight (which is the topic of this thread), may not be the best way to go about it. Those are panic reactions. If they own the world as we know it, there will be no escape. And we are already a slave to the systems they have put in place. The Hollywood movies that program us for a fight response have done this deliberately. 

 

The point is to take the protests and the fight the other way. Learn from the other side. 

 

 

 

Fight when there are no choices left but to do that.

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6 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

''Both jabbed and unjabbed will get the same basic money to spend.''

 

You will have to be part of the system to get that same money,opt out of the system and life will become increasingly difficult ,It wasn't that long ago that Spain made sunlight harvesting illegal (supposedly by mistake,which i don't believe for a minute) how long before rainwater catchment is declared illegal or a health hazard with accompanying penalties for rule breakers ? how long before that cosy log burner is declared illegal on pollution grounds,again, with penalties for rule breakers ? how long before your neighbour gets a few social credit points added for reporting the fact that you have turned over your lawn to growing spuds which is now against the law ?

It might seem i'm all doom and gloom but look on the bright side,at least in prison you get 3 square meals a day,no bills,tv to rot your brain further and all the c*** you can handle whether you like it or not !!

 

Sorry for my post. Perhaps I wrote in an over-optimistic way. I could not delete the post or edit it later... What I wrote was based on observations of the situation in countries such as the UK and in third world countries. I have a feeling that UK etc will probably never go in the direction of 100% tyranny, so it is better not to run away from them. As for governments making sunlight or rainwater use etc. illegal, that would be just so they can make you sign up for government support program that will pay some money, and let  one have the right to live in the wild. They will keep control over the 'off grid'' people as well, just as for the city people who are jabbed, while giving the impression that they are not part of the system. There are enough crazy rules even now about using wood in the forests, or where one can camp etc., so it will be just an extension of that. They want to play cat and mouse games, psychological torture etc., never complete killing, from what I observe, they are a sick bunch of people. The situation in third world countries will be worse in fact. Therefore it might be wiser to stay in the UK..

But just my thoughts and I might be wrong..

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On 8/6/2021 at 5:46 PM, m754 said:

There is no need to flee the UK.

 

No need to seek out risky third world countries. They will ALL soon be going down the tyranny route, no exceptions.

 

There will never be forced 100% vaccination drive. That is why they are leaving some loopholes and encouraging news reports about vaccine components to be released ad nauseum

 

If they force vaccinate 100% to kill, what was the point of trying to kill with vaccine, when they can just as easily put something in the water supply?

 

Their story is the same--divide and rule, divide and rule, on and on--

Always order out of chaos--always two groups fighting.. 

Unless they leave enough unjabbed alive, how will they sow the divisions and blame for what is on the way ...how will unjabbed be blamed for variants when they have forced it on everyone and have no excuse to blame the unjabbed..?

 

Now because most dummies have eagerly taken it, they need more people on the unjabbed team. So if you are on the unjabbed side, you are safer. Thank the morons who took the jab..

 

Now as for escape---there will never be any problem of basic food or water, even if you do not take the vaccine or jab or whatever you want to call it.

 

There will just be some drama about different shops or hours or something for those without vaccine cards.

And some shaming and news media ranting and panel interviews.

 

Drama..

 

In developed countries, somewhere down the road, when boosters will be mandated, they will make reservations for the unjabbed. 

 

Food will be allowed through different shops and just as they always do 'historically', the scarce things will be made available through bootleggers, smugglers and stuff..

the crime syndicates will continue working albeit in different areas of business.

 

Both jabbed and unjabbed will get the same basic money to spend.

 

With the jabbed in tiny city centre containments being given the illusion of more freedom and access to better life because maybe they will have garbage collection and the unjabbed may not. That is it.

 

 

Again no forced vaccination while holding you down.

 

Remember, they need the unjabbed to continue the drama and the blame game. Ie. they are safe.

 

There is no need to run anywhere.

 

I am broadly of the same view and have expressed similar on here.  It is refreshing to read some grounded common-sense amid all the doom-mongering.  It is still depressing, but it is what it is.

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On 4/12/2021 at 4:23 AM, Seeker said:

Mexico looks one of the best options, just getting there that’s a problem. I’m considering Bulgaria, how do you feel about here? Most have refused the vax there, big open rural country too so easy to be self sufficient 

I moved to Bulgaria  seven years ago and I'm still here. For a small sum, you can get a big detached village house with a huge garden that has a couple of barns in it - and a whole bunch of fruit trees and grape vines. We grow lots of food - but be warned, you'll find that easy until you have to harvest and preserve it. The water goes off all the time where we are, so I fitted a 4,000L supply with a pump. Most places have wells in the garden. You get four very distinct seasons; it's crazy hot and dry through summer and crazy cold through the winter.

I don't wear a mask in supermarkets and no one ever hassles me about it. In smaller shops, most people are glad that you don't wear one because they feel obliged to do the same if you do.

Hard language, they like paperwork for just about any task, drive any car/contraption in the villages with no tax or insurance - even while drinking a few beers if you like, quiet roads and very helpful neighbours.

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@Truthspoon

Do you know Blue City? If anyone likes cat and colour blue....this will be very good for you.

Can you imagine you buy a house there and suddenly paint it with pink? lol

 

One thing I've noticed is that the video was uploaded in April this year.....NOBODY wears a mask there.

Interesting history about Jewish/Muslims.

 

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On 8/19/2021 at 10:55 PM, elongated1 said:

@Truthspoon

Do you know Blue City? If anyone likes cat and colour blue....this will be very good for you.

Can you imagine you buy a house there and suddenly paint it with pink? lol

 

One thing I've noticed is that the video was uploaded in April this year.....NOBODY wears a mask there.

Interesting history about Jewish/Muslims.

 

 

 

Yeah, Chefchaouen, I've been there.... also I believe Sting bought a house there.... it's a nice place set in the most lush and green part of Morocco...

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7 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

Yeah, Chefchaouen, I've been there.... also I believe Sting bought a house there.... it's a nice place set in the most lush and green part of Morocco...

 

I think I've got a spirit from Morocco right now. Suddenly, I am being influenced.

I would loved to have visited Marakesh and this place but I guess that will never happen now. Such as life.

 

 

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1 hour ago, elongated1 said:

 

I think I've got a spirit from Morocco right now. Suddenly, I am being influenced.

I would loved to have visited Marakesh and this place but I guess that will never happen now. Such as life.

 

 

 

If you're based in the UK flights used to be incredibly cheap...You could fly to Marrakesh on Easy Jet and Fez with Ryan Air. I used to fly back and forth between Morocco and England for about 30 quid a time.....


But obviously now with coofageddon who knows....

 

I want to get back out there one day....try surfing in Essaouira.... Jimi Hendrix used to hang out there....

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One question I have, at some point the governments will want the covid jab mandatory, to enter shops, restaurants etc. If we move to another country, then we will need a visa, that will need updating either every year, or after 5 years. Is it possible that a visa or permanent residency can be rejected based on not being vaccinated? If so then escaping the UK will have been 1 step forward, 10 steps back

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On 7/22/2021 at 1:01 AM, Mr H said:

Yeah I did hear before that on the racist ranking Thailand is usually pretty high up on the list as being one of the most racist countries in the world. They hate foreigners and make it difficult for them to settle unless you marry and hire a load of Thais.

I'd argue about the racism in Thailand thing. I lived there in the outskirts of Bangkok for about two years, the only westerner in the area, and never got any trouble. In fact it was a pretty damn safe place to be, no funny looks, no hassle, no overcharging. Compared to the UK, young people had very high moral standards and respect for their elders.  If you've never lived there, you're subject to the ideas of others who may have brought negativity on themselves. There's a lot of BS about life in Thailand.

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