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Talk Radio - Ian Collins - phone in on the reintroduction of masks. Started with five minutes debate between Prof David Livermore and Dr Bharat Pankhania. I must say the comments are much more balanced than they used to be?

I'll post some of the commentary later ...

 

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https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/cyprus/coronavirus

 

As of 8 July 2022, the use of a face mask is compulsory in all indoor venues and on all public transport for everyone aged 12 and above. Failure to comply with restrictions may result in a €300 fine

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/cyprus-face-masks-travel-rules-b2118195.html

 

Cyprus to bring back face masks one month after dropping them

 

The new ruling follows a spike in Covid-related hospital cases on the island

 

Tourists travelling to Cyprus will now have to wear face masks indoors just a month after the nation dropped the rule, the health ministry announced on Wednesday.

Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantela announced the new ruling after a cabinet meeting. The reintroduction of face masks in Cyprus comes after a surge of Covid cases. The island reported 10,879 new cases for the week ending 1 July, just as the summer tourist rush began

 

https://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/cyprus-brings-back-indoor-mask-wearing-amid-covid-86315859

 

Cyprus brings back indoor mask wearing amid COVID-19 surge


Cyprus has brought back compulsory mask-wearing in all indoor areas for everyone age 12 and over amid a surge of COVID-19 infections

 

The measures take effect on Friday. The government said mask wearing isn't compulsory at home, for family members inside a vehicle, during meals, athletes, cooks during grilling and for people with ailments and deformities that make it difficult for them to wear a face mask.

 

 

 

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Hello,

 

We all know about the Rockefellers, NWO, CIA, NSA, IRS, FBI, the Police, major industry sectors, the Department of Justice, Congress, the White House, and much more engaging in these clandestine activities against the population while attempting to brainwash the same population to side with them. 
 

We all know about the narrative they’re attempting to push onto us, and if you’re here like me, it doesn’t work. We’re too smart for the Agents. 
 

We understand that masks are a part of this narrative, some say it’s an insignificant part of this narrative and should be dismissed. 
 

However, I got to thinking and if any of you would like to correct me or provide some feedback on this idea, feel free. 
 

Yes we all deny masks because of their insignificance and unreliability, and the fact that it is not needed. 
 

What if I said maybe masks are to be taken advantage of? While the sheep use it to shield themselves from a mild flu, we on the other hand will be using it for security and privacy.

 

Think about it. All these agencies under the NWO plus the emergence of AI based Facial Recognition Technology fall onto the very same agencies that follow the directives of the NWO and other clandestine leaders of industry and nations. 
 

Perhaps it is best to not only blend in with the crowd, but to remain anonymous to the very agencies that seek our downfall. How do you know that when you get your groceries everyday, the measurements of the distance between your eyes, the bone structure of your face, your ears, your hair, the measurements of your nose and mouth are all recorded documented and sent to these agencies.

 

I believe they will start tracking us from our faces, build a repository for many years, then once we deviate in anyway by expressing our valid viewpoints to the masses, we get apprehended during our daily routine and maybe killed during the chain of custody or in prison. Perhaps they can label us as domestic terrorists just as an excuse for federal agencies to work with state agencies to apprehend us as soon as possible. 
 

In these dire times, we need to think about our futures and what that may look like. We should be careful but not afraid. As long as these precautions are prepared for, there is no need to look behind your back because you will be undetectable walking in the crowd of sheep. Only you know you aren’t. 
 

Thank you, please send any feedback

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I'm sure ai can id by Al sorts of ways ,gait ,brain waves etc it's when "they" then want to start inputting thoughts ,perceptions that we entering new territory although some could  argue this been going on for long time by various methods even advertising ,masks seem to induce subservient mind set more susceptible to manipulation

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6 hours ago, Daniels said:

you will be undetectable walking in the crowd of sheep. Only you know you aren’t. 

Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and just on one point to be brief for now ... and with all due respect to you, I believe the cameras know you even with a mask.  But yes, we do stand out in a crowd.

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On 7/3/2022 at 9:58 AM, Useyournous said:

There was a man in the veg section at Lidl yesterday walking around blasting off big sneezes everywhere (must have been about 5 times) and it's in my nature to be disgusted at this which I kind of was but I mainly found it amusing because of masked people scurrying. I must have been caught in his line of fire but I've not even got a sniffle. I did not buy any veg though! 😂

 

That will be hayfever. 

Mines fucking awful right now.


Been getting through Piriton like sweeties.

 

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Excellent article from The Conservative Woman by Michael Fahey...

 

Are people really stupid enough to wear masks again? Yes, they are

 

Every morning, with six-wheeled precision, at the very same hour and the very same minute, we get up, millions of us, as though we were one. At the very same hour, millions of us as one, we start work. Later, millions as one, we stop. And then, like one body with a million hands, at one and the same second according to the Table, we lift the spoon to our lips. And at one and the same second we leave for a stroll and go to the auditorium, to the hall for the Taylor exercises, and then to bed.  

 – We, by Yevgeny Zamyatin (1924)  

 

THIS is what I read when sitting in the dentist’s waiting room last week. Tina and I had been there the previous week for a hygienist’s appointment and everything seemed relaxed; neither receptionist was wearing a mask, though the magic Perspex screen was still in place.  

 

But this time was different. Like some slasher killer from a movie back for a terrible sequel, the masks had returned and so had the instructions from the stony-faced receptionists to wear one; we declined.  

 

Taking our seats, we watched as each person offered one of those grubby things took them without question. One man put his on, looked at us and promptly took it off, as did a woman who arrived later.  

One of the receptionists instructing people to put on a mask removed her own probably three or four times in the time it took for Tina to see the dentist, which made me wonder why she insisted on other people wearing one. But hey-ho, I’ve become accustomed to hypocrisy from those in positions of power, no matter how little of it they have.  

 

I had wondered whether we’d see this again. When masks were first introduced, the majority of people wore one. Supermarkets, businesses and health organisations all insisted that you muzzled up before even stepping through their doors.  

Most people wrongly believed that a mask would stop a virus – infinitesimal in size compared with the gaps in fabric – from reaching you, and these people didn’t need encouragement to don one. They were more than happy to do it ‘for the good of the nation’. The hive mentality was well and truly alive.  

 

We’ve had a year of freedom from these daft restrictions, but I had a sneaking suspicion that once the media got bored with Ukraine and Brexit, they’d return to the fearmongering of Covid. Over the last few weeks, you’ll have heard about rising cases. Junior health minister Lord Kamall warned in the House of Lords this week that restrictions could be re-introduced. 

 

These are cases, by the way, not deaths. There aren’t people collapsing in the streets or hospitals. A few people are testing positive and that’s enough for the hacks to declare that we might be entering another wave, serious enough for masks to be reintroduced I don’t think any party would be stupid enough to force future lockdowns, but I’m never surprised by the idiocy of government.    

 

My gripe here isn’t with the media hysteria. Crikey, we’re used to that, having had years of it on Covid and Brexit. No, my issue is with people and their willingness to follow every rule, no matter how stupid it is.  

 

I could understand the mob mentality back in the days of pitchforks and torches. The people then were not educated and had to rely on the wisdom and knowledge of smarter men. Today, practically every one of us in the Western world has knowledge and information at our fingertips and we can access it pretty much whenever we want. So how can people still be manipulated like the mobs of old?  

 

Maybe it’s because we exist in the age of convenience. Yes, we have the tools to access whatever we want to, but for the most part, we don’t. People tend to prefer to have all their information come from only a few sources, so they don’t have to think too much.  

 

We have a nanny state that is constantly telling us what to eat, what to drink, how to act and think. Crikey, we’re having a few hot days at present because, you know, it’s summer and it’s supposed to be hot, and we have various people across the media telling us that we need to drink water and stay in the shade. If people don’t know what to do in hot weather, there’s no hope for them.  

 

What I’m trying to say, in a roundabout way, is I’d hoped that by now the population would have realised that serious issues, like the rising cost of living, were caused specifically by lockdowns and by their subservience to rules that made no sense.  

 

Would our government have kept us locked down for so long if most of us had dispensed with silly face coverings? I’m not so sure, so when I see masks being offered and taken without question, it makes me worried – because if enough places start doing this again and enough people accept their rules without question, God knows where we’ll end up.  

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1 hour ago, HAARPING_On said:

Excellent article from The Conservative Woman by Michael Fahey...

 

Are people really stupid enough to wear masks again? Yes, they are

 

Every morning, with six-wheeled precision, at the very same hour and the very same minute, we get up, millions of us, as though we were one. At the very same hour, millions of us as one, we start work. Later, millions as one, we stop. And then, like one body with a million hands, at one and the same second according to the Table, we lift the spoon to our lips. And at one and the same second we leave for a stroll and go to the auditorium, to the hall for the Taylor exercises, and then to bed.  

 – We, by Yevgeny Zamyatin (1924)  

 

THIS is what I read when sitting in the dentist’s waiting room last week. Tina and I had been there the previous week for a hygienist’s appointment and everything seemed relaxed; neither receptionist was wearing a mask, though the magic Perspex screen was still in place.  

 

But this time was different. Like some slasher killer from a movie back for a terrible sequel, the masks had returned and so had the instructions from the stony-faced receptionists to wear one; we declined.  

 

Taking our seats, we watched as each person offered one of those grubby things took them without question. One man put his on, looked at us and promptly took it off, as did a woman who arrived later.  

One of the receptionists instructing people to put on a mask removed her own probably three or four times in the time it took for Tina to see the dentist, which made me wonder why she insisted on other people wearing one. But hey-ho, I’ve become accustomed to hypocrisy from those in positions of power, no matter how little of it they have.  

 

I had wondered whether we’d see this again. When masks were first introduced, the majority of people wore one. Supermarkets, businesses and health organisations all insisted that you muzzled up before even stepping through their doors.  

Most people wrongly believed that a mask would stop a virus – infinitesimal in size compared with the gaps in fabric – from reaching you, and these people didn’t need encouragement to don one. They were more than happy to do it ‘for the good of the nation’. The hive mentality was well and truly alive.  

 

We’ve had a year of freedom from these daft restrictions, but I had a sneaking suspicion that once the media got bored with Ukraine and Brexit, they’d return to the fearmongering of Covid. Over the last few weeks, you’ll have heard about rising cases. Junior health minister Lord Kamall warned in the House of Lords this week that restrictions could be re-introduced. 

 

These are cases, by the way, not deaths. There aren’t people collapsing in the streets or hospitals. A few people are testing positive and that’s enough for the hacks to declare that we might be entering another wave, serious enough for masks to be reintroduced I don’t think any party would be stupid enough to force future lockdowns, but I’m never surprised by the idiocy of government.    

 

My gripe here isn’t with the media hysteria. Crikey, we’re used to that, having had years of it on Covid and Brexit. No, my issue is with people and their willingness to follow every rule, no matter how stupid it is.  

 

I could understand the mob mentality back in the days of pitchforks and torches. The people then were not educated and had to rely on the wisdom and knowledge of smarter men. Today, practically every one of us in the Western world has knowledge and information at our fingertips and we can access it pretty much whenever we want. So how can people still be manipulated like the mobs of old?  

 

Maybe it’s because we exist in the age of convenience. Yes, we have the tools to access whatever we want to, but for the most part, we don’t. People tend to prefer to have all their information come from only a few sources, so they don’t have to think too much.  

 

We have a nanny state that is constantly telling us what to eat, what to drink, how to act and think. Crikey, we’re having a few hot days at present because, you know, it’s summer and it’s supposed to be hot, and we have various people across the media telling us that we need to drink water and stay in the shade. If people don’t know what to do in hot weather, there’s no hope for them.  

 

What I’m trying to say, in a roundabout way, is I’d hoped that by now the population would have realised that serious issues, like the rising cost of living, were caused specifically by lockdowns and by their subservience to rules that made no sense.  

 

Would our government have kept us locked down for so long if most of us had dispensed with silly face coverings? I’m not so sure, so when I see masks being offered and taken without question, it makes me worried – because if enough places start doing this again and enough people accept their rules without question, God knows where we’ll end up.  

What you say is true, It will be those wankers that keep following everything the goverment says that will take us over the cliff to destruction.

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Found on Jim Crenshaw's Bitchute Channel,a video from Renaud B exposing the unhygienic manufacturing process of maskmaking.

 

Enjoy a few stills:of note is the date of filming,22/02/2020 - almost like they knew they would soon be needed.

 

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As with pretty much all videos I questioned whether some of the mask clips were meant to antagonise us, or to reveal a truth? Anyway, I read somewhere that masks are treated with a 'disinfectant', and when I warn people about masks I try to gently tell them that they don't know what chemicals and plastic fibre particles they're breathing in, so they have to balance the risks for themselves. 

 

One young shop assistant genuinely thanked me for my concern. 

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I saw Nanci Pelosi with a pair of panties on her face, and all of the people with her, including one whare it went down to the lower neck. What a sick sight. 

 

I started to think at the start of all this that it would be very easy to play a recording when you can't see someone's lips moving, that also might come in handy if a clone was used, especially if they don't look exactly right. 

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In USA, very sad that the woman working there thought it neccesary to bring the baseball bat out.  I think this guy and girl obviously went in there to cause some upset or to try and educate the shop owner that what she is doing is not legal.
On the sign at the front of shop says 'No maskholes, masks only, vaxxed only.
https://www.brighteon.com/dd01ff51-5802-4b3d-baf4-4688f6d1e75d

 

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The “Unvaccinated” Question – Revisited

https://off-guardian.org/2022/08/09/the-unvaccinated-question-revisited/

Let me get this right. In Germany they want to force the unvaccinated to wear face masks so everybody can all tell who they are... But in the meantime, the sheep are still wearing their masks which will confuse the issue.

 

And I thought the Germans were clever.

 

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