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On 12/1/2021 at 6:40 AM, spideysensei said:

Here's how my day went regarding masks

 

Boss: as you know spidey, masks must be worn in shop again (holds shitty disposable nappy about to hand it to me)

Me: not for me thanks i'm exempt according to gov guidelines

Boss: we need to see proof or a reason for exemption

Me: no, you don't. it's all there on the gov website. have a look for yourself

Boss: ok i'm going to need to call HR about this. i'll talk to you in a minute

 

10 minutes later...

 

Boss: ok i've got hold of them and it looks like i'll be needing a reason for exemption

Me: no, you don't, unless [store name] rules supersede gov rules, and if so i'll need it in writing for poss legal case in future

Boss: *sigh* ok i'll have to call HR again

 

Another 10 minutes later...

 

Boss: ok it turns out you were right

Me: i know, it's amazing how many people just dont read the gov website and go off of opinion or media, also how come i have less rights than customers whom we are told not challenge their medical status
Boss: blah blah company staff policies blah blah keeping customers safe blah blah fucking blah

Me: mhm, see you later then

 

Job done. No mask bullshit. Only sodding member of staff not to do so as i predicted.

 

 

 

 

The fucking man, love this.

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11 hours ago, Incontinentia_Buttux said:

I am tempted to enter a supermarket with a pair of women's knickers on my head.... Surely they would be as much use as any other form of mask.  And would look no more ridiculous either.  Surely they wouldn't insist on me taking them off and risking spreading the "covid"....?

 

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Small acts create ripples, never forget this. Most of my fellow staff were unmasked today. Had a conversation with one where i informed her on her rights, exemption rules etc. I said i'm not special, everyone is exempt as per the very definition laid out in the gov guidelines, and you're not required to give one damn reason to anyone.

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FYI  @SoundOfSilence

 

This was in Belgium....but

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You might also be interested in this one as well.

https://www.jonathanlea.net/blog/do-the-government-have-the-legal-authority-to-enforce-mask-wearing/

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23 minutes ago, DaleP said:

FYI  @SoundOfSilence

 

This was in Belgium....but

 

You might also be interested in this one as well.

https://www.jonathanlea.net/blog/do-the-government-have-the-legal-authority-to-enforce-mask-wearing/

This is a very different scenario to standing up in court and saying that you do not consent to the law and are not bound by it.

 

By the way, I am not even sure that the the actions of the UK government as set out in the second article are lawful.

 

Cabinet cannot make law without it going through the parliamentary process.

 

Regulations are permitted without going through parliament. Though regulation making power must be set out in the primary legislation. For example if the primary legislation says that the government can mandate masks and the Mask Fuhrer can regulate as to the design of the mask. Then the Mask Fuhrer's mask requirements would not need parliamentary approval.

 

But that does not seem to be what is happening here.

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6 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

This is a very different scenario to standing up in court and saying that you do not consent to the law and are not bound by it.

 

6 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

By the way, I am not even sure that the the actions of the UK government as set out in the second article are lawful.

The govt action is/was not lawful.

 

6 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

Cabinet cannot make law without it going through the parliamentary process.

Have a read under "A Change in the Law?" in the 2nd link.

" s.45R(2) states that the Government can create law without the need for it to be ‘laid and approved’ by Parliament by ‘reason of urgency’.[6]"

 

This is a bit like the other link I gave you the other day that the govt can overrule the decision of the Court.

Anything to usher in what they like, they will bend the rule anyway shape or form......

 

6 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

Regulations are permitted without going through parliament. Though regulation making power must be set out in the primary legislation. For example if the primary legislation says that the government can mandate masks and the Mask Fuhrer can regulate as to the design of the mask. Then the Mask Fuhrer's mask requirements would not need parliamentary approval.

 

But that does not seem to be what is happening here.

 

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1 minute ago, DaleP said:

 

The govt action is/was not lawful.

 

Have a read under "A Change in the Law?" in the 2nd link.

" s.45R(2) states that the Government can create law without the need for it to be ‘laid and approved’ by Parliament by ‘reason of urgency’.[6]"

 

 

I did read it.

 

I am not sure that government has the power to do that for the reasons I gave.

 

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On 12/14/2021 at 7:30 PM, SoundOfSilence said:

I did read it.

 

I am not sure that government has the power to do that for the reasons I gave.

 

We should really try to make the distinction between Legal and Lawful i think. It took me awhile to really wrapped my mind around it. Everything that the corporation of the government is about legalize things. Legal relate to rules inside a corporation and imply to have signed a contract with the other entity(business, corporation, commercial agreement between two people). It imply to have an inform consent, a full comprehension of the contract. A business and a employee have a contract. Starting at the moment the employee signed the contract stating that he/she will conform to the rules of the business. Where i live the Government legalize/rules are called law but they are not. Something lawful and unlawful is about righteousness(Do no arm). Our judiciary system is based from the common law(maritime laws(commercial)) and the rules of civil procedures. Which do not apply to we the people.   **i am not completely sure about the exact way it's work, i resume it in the way i think it work.**

 

But the notion of consent have been hijacked. Do they have right to do arm?! Ultimately Yes they have?! Are they morally wrong to do it? Yes. But they have no or little moral compass. They hijacked the notion of consent trough out the generations making ourselves believing that we should obey rules written by entities who look to manipulate and exploit. They do not even follow their own rules and procedures. If too many peoples become aware that something is wrong they write another rules to serve their agenda.

 

We know what they are doing is wrong. They know the freedom they have. They have the freedom to take our freedom if they succeed at making us believe that words on paper overpass our deep moral empathy compass and discernment. They will not stop for words on paper. They never did in facts. We should try to stop relying on rules and "laws" written by the same entities that do arm to people. Like if they were some sort of magical formula, that as soon as we know they are doing arm and that we point those words to them, they were suppose to stop or dissolve into the ether. At some point some of them will have to get punch in the throat. But it can be a great starting point to wake up some people.

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Don't be a Dick' warns Lancashire County Council as controversial new poster targets unmasked shoppers

 

A new poster campaign launched by Lancashire County Council has caused a stir after it told those refusing to mask up in shops, "Don't be a Dick

 

Angry backlash - what some people think about the new Council poster

"What a cheap school yard bully campaign. You can make this point without being vile about someone's name," said one critic.

"Great message to send out, let’s start calling people names if they don’t do what you want. Very professional," added Samantha McIntyre.

"Most pathetic and divisive post I’ve seen in a while and it comes from our very own County Council," said Lancs musician Andrew Gilmour.

"Wow. Calling people a dick? Aren't you meant to be professional as your a council?," asked another. "Obviously Dick is short for Richard. But its the context it was written in."

 

 

https://www.lep.co.uk/health/coronavirus/dont-be-a-dick-warns-lancashire-county-council-as-controversial-new-poster-targets-unmasked-shoppers-3498413

 

 

I don't think the cuntcil has any powers to fine any one!

 

 

 

 

 

May be for a repost. @GarethIcke

 

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17 hours ago, Mr Chinnery said:

Don't be a Dick' warns Lancashire County Council as controversial new poster targets unmasked shoppers

 

A new poster campaign launched by Lancashire County Council has caused a stir after it told those refusing to mask up in shops, "Don't be a Dick

 

Angry backlash - what some people think about the new Council poster

"What a cheap school yard bully campaign. You can make this point without being vile about someone's name," said one critic.

"Great message to send out, let’s start calling people names if they don’t do what you want. Very professional," added Samantha McIntyre.

"Most pathetic and divisive post I’ve seen in a while and it comes from our very own County Council," said Lancs musician Andrew Gilmour.

"Wow. Calling people a dick? Aren't you meant to be professional as your a council?," asked another. "Obviously Dick is short for Richard. But its the context it was written in."

 

 

https://www.lep.co.uk/health/coronavirus/dont-be-a-dick-warns-lancashire-county-council-as-controversial-new-poster-targets-unmasked-shoppers-3498413

 

 

I don't think the cuntcil has any powers to fine any one!

 

 

 

 

 

May be for a repost. @GarethIcke

 

 

Beyond pathetic.....who put that shit together?.....The office junior?

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One thing I have noticed as a regular commuter by bus, is that since 'face coverings' became mandatory again (because that worked so well last time around), I'm still seeing a fair few other passengers not wearing them, which I do find quite pleasing.

 

Even the one jobsworth bus driver, who did used to challenge people as to why they weren't wearing one, isn't bothering to ask anyone anymore.

 

Perhaps there is a turning point on the horizon, or maybe I'm being too hopeful?

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6 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

One thing I have noticed as a regular commuter by bus, is that since 'face coverings' became mandatory again (because that worked so well last time around), I'm still seeing a fair few other passengers not wearing them, which I do find quite pleasing.

 

Even the one jobsworth bus driver, who did used to challenge people as to why they weren't wearing one, isn't bothering to ask anyone anymore.

 

Perhaps there is a turning point on the horizon, or maybe I'm being too hopeful?

 

No you're not.

I was sitting in a Lidl car park waiting for the wife today and to keep myself amused I counted people going in and of the 42 I saw it was 24 masked and 18 with birth faces.

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On 12/17/2021 at 6:48 PM, Mr Chinnery said:

Don't be a Dick' warns Lancashire County Council as controversial new poster targets unmasked shoppers

 

A new poster campaign launched by Lancashire County Council has caused a stir after it told those refusing to mask up in shops, "Don't be a Dick

 

Angry backlash - what some people think about the new Council poster

"What a cheap school yard bully campaign. You can make this point without being vile about someone's name," said one critic.

"Great message to send out, let’s start calling people names if they don’t do what you want. Very professional," added Samantha McIntyre.

"Most pathetic and divisive post I’ve seen in a while and it comes from our very own County Council," said Lancs musician Andrew Gilmour.

"Wow. Calling people a dick? Aren't you meant to be professional as your a council?," asked another. "Obviously Dick is short for Richard. But its the context it was written in."

 

 

https://www.lep.co.uk/health/coronavirus/dont-be-a-dick-warns-lancashire-county-council-as-controversial-new-poster-targets-unmasked-shoppers-3498413

 

 

I don't think the cuntcil has any powers to fine any one!

 

 

 

 

 

May be for a repost. @GarethIcke

 

 

Don't be a dick, say no to council tax... stop paying out large amounts for not very much in return.

 

Don't be a dick - spend your money on something useful, don't waste it supporting fat bastard sleazebag councillors!

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hello everybody

 

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so far i have been disobeying the mask-mandate because i believe that it is psychopathic to muzzle a dog, let alone a person.

 

also, i believe we have to take a stand now and start breaking the rules.

 

however, my situation dictates that i feel i have to comply with the mask-mandate in order to do what i need to do with the bigger picture in mind -- i can't see another way.

 

my compromise, at this point, is to write "MIND CONTROL" on my face mask, so that at least i am still making a statement, but without breaking the law.

 

australia is now a techno-fascist police state. the normies are oblivious and will defend the oppression of the human spirit because they have none (spirit). one normie worked up into a fit of rage at me when i was doing my xmas shopping unmasked. idiot.

 

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have a great day everybody

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hello everybody

 

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re: my current solution to the mask-mandate

 

in the end i threw my face-nappy in the bin. the reason i had one in the first place was because i used to work at the airport and at that time i was not prepared to risk the fine given the police presence.

 

i have decided i am going to break the law on this one because if we do not stand up to these bullies now, we are toast. however, i am going to be careful about where i go, being aware that pushing your luck is always foolhardy. for example, yesterday i purchased my groceries online in order avoid having to go inside the supermarket: we need to be strategic about how we go about our civil disobedience.

 

as we all know, the "pandemic" is a psychological operation and the impositions and rules are designed to condition us to be compliant and silent: what message is being communicated to your subconscious mind when you wear a face-nappy? remember that mind-control is the illuminati's method-of-operation.

 

those of us who know the game have a responsibility to set an example for the normies to follow. because the normies can not think for themselves, they must be shown what to do. they will follow somebody, so if we do not plant the idea in their obtuse normie brains, that you do not have to do what you are told, they will just do whatever the illuminati mouthpieces tell them to do.

 

the walls are closing in and everybody needs to begin to fight back against fascism. remember that the unvaxxxed are the "jews" and that life is only going to get harder for the unvaxxxed. we are about to find out what we are made of, everybody, so take advantage of the opportunities you have now to prepare for what lies ahead.

 

moving into the new year, i have decided to shift my focus to living my own life in a spirit of love and freedom, and to pay less attention to what "the borg" -- the mind-controlled -- are doing. to use a sporting analogy, i believe that we should concentrate our focus on what we are doing and worry less about the opposition. the illuminati will continue to ramp-up the fear propaganda, so in a sense, paying attention to them is playing into their hands.

 

i am sharing this for a reason: that reason is to win the information war. i am not using this platform to make friends or be sociable. no offence everybody, my focus is on my contribution to the information war: posting what i believe people need to hear, rather than what people want to hear. being a private person who hates conflict, i find this to be stressful; if i could, i would retire to a deserted island, a modern-day robinson crusoe, out-of-range of the nutcase normies.

 

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have a great day everybody

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  • 3 weeks later...

A random thought that doesn't necessarily help our cause but one that has just pinged into my head (that's often what happens with me): There must be quite a lot of people who have enjoyed the masks because of their negative self image. Our society has hideous perceptions on how people should look so for example, people with a beautiful and individual facial difference could have well enjoyed the rest from people's rude eyes training on them like a sniper. However beautiful people are, there's always some ignorant pig who's going to psychologically punch them in the face. However, that rest from stares will only go towards enhancing the stares again when the masks totally go. 

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