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4 hours ago, Liberty said:

Love this stuff. It’s also on a par with what kary Mullis said that you can find anything if you magnify it. Also

reminds me of Russian dolls where you get one doll smaller or bigger than the last.  
 

we’re programmed to see beauty through 3.14. The golden ratio. 

 

The Micro & the Macro, this has always fascinated me.

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/14/has-pandemic-eroded-right-to-dissent-sarah-everard-vigil

 

This one is equally depressing, all about how BLM, climate change and anti abortion protests are being unfairly clamped down upon,  yet not one mention in the article about the protests against lockdowns and covid restrictions. 

All protests are equal, yet the dear guardian has spoken and some are more equal than others.

 

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3 hours ago, Human10 said:

We should be isolated from these idiots for our own good. We should have own country, perfectly island... - Wouldn't be probably to big... Anticovidistan 😋

 

There is an island if you don't mind living with lepers, anythings better than living with zombies.

 

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The remote Kalaupapa peninsula on the Hawaiian island of Molokai housed a settlement for Leprosy patients from 1866 to 1969. When it was closed, many residents chose to remain. Over the years, more than 8,000 leprosy patients lived on the settlement.

 

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The French are reluctant to get the mighty jab that felled Marvelous Marvin.. can't think why:

 

https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-france-faces-challenge-to-persuade-millions-of-vaccine-sceptics-to-take-jab-12241898

 

She tells us: "I have never, ever been scared of COVID. I know for a fact that it's simply a nasty flu and that's not what scares me."

 

She states she will not have a coronavirus vaccine and when challenged that could put others at risk she says: "If one uses the logic that the vaccine is effective, how does an unvaccinated person affect the life of a vaccinated person?

 
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In our time we are labelled anti-masker and anti-vax never anti-covid because the masses must see us as accepting covid but not complying with safety measures. Making it easier to challenge our mental sanity. Who in their right mind would question the rules knowing a deadly pathogen lurks everywhere?

 

Of course we don't want masks or vax mainly because we deny the claims of pandemic. But because of the absence of an anti-covid label this leaves the nearsighted sheep thinking we are nuts not to comply.

 

Ok, now lets go back to 1918 and the recorded mass illness then. The people could see the dead bodies and death all around yet they say there were anti-maskers. No anti-vax as far as I know. Meaning the protests against masks were done in the presence of a verifiable deadly threat. What am I missing here? 

 

Were people discovering that bacterial pneumonia was the really big killer and like everything being labelled covid everything was labelled flu back then using the same mediatic fraud they use now.

 

Were the mask protests of 1918 against bacterial pneumonia? Were they poisoning people with vax back then too? Were the public able to see that?

 

Perhaps this is why they waited 100 years almost to the day and waited until they had screwed up peoples heads with mkultra type indoctrination did they dare kill people this way wholesale again?

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https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/soham-child-killer-ian-huntley-20146217

 

Reverse psychology for the masses, increase the takeup of the voodoo juice by letting them  know that a notorious killer has got his..

 

Incidentally, while we can be 100% sure that Bliar is a killer, that isn't the case here...

 

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Document:Who_Really_Murdered_Holly_Wells_and_Jessica_Chapman%3F

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On 3/12/2021 at 8:34 PM, Edgecrusher said:


I don't have kids, and am self-employed (I've only worked 3 months of the last 12, it's been out of my hands).

I don't know how anyone that is "awake" is managing with kids through this, and trying to do a job if they can. I just have no idea what I'd do about them going to school - it's just not straight forward for people is it to home school.

I hear stories of people living with partners that are proper sheep... How the f*** would you cope with what's going on just a personal level.

Just that from just leaving the school to car would be doing my head in.

I don't know how people on here with kids are doing it.

 

I have 2 children under 6, work on 'frontline' NHS and a Bame. So wow, I'm public enemy number 1 atm.

 

It can be done. I'm at my wits end but it can be done.

 

Stay strong and converse with like minded individuals. Its the only way to stay sane.

 

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Had cause today to give a relative a straight talking to. Do we know what Stockholm Syndrome is? Similar to this is a kind of delusion where the individual is afraid to challenge what's wrong. So, to justify not making that stand, the individual seeks to make excuses for those in the wrong, even supporting their conduct. So, those of us who protest, I was told, are criminals. So, I laid it on the line. Made it clear what I thought of people who are too weak to defend either themselves or others. There are those who really believe in fascim and others who are simply too lacking in backbone to face reality. So, they make excuses for abuse to justify to themselves their lack of basic guts to stand up. And that's what I said. I say it quite often now. In fact, I told one female cashier in a supermarket I thought the constant loudspeaker broadcasts were pretty pathetic. The messages go on and on about "all being in this together". For some reason, the woman seemed taken aback. I probably appeared a bit bottled up.
Some people I know are genuinely scared and often hyperchondriacs. That I understand. However, not standing up for basic personal freedoms and making excuses - that irritates me. I must say my comments touched a nerve or two.

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4 hours ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

 

This video has been approved by The Ministry Of Truth.

 

Very slickly produced and convincing to anyone still fast asleep, if I had seen this pre 2001 would have been taken right in TBH.

 

It's interesting how they direct people to a propaganda website, instead of documents like these. We don't want people reading the fine print, do we?

 

1. https://www.tga.gov.au/sites/default/files/auspar-chadox1-s-covid-19-vaccine-astrazeneca-210215-pi.pdf (TGA - Therapeutic Goods Administration, Australian Government)
2. https://www.fda.gov/media/144413/download (FDA - Food and Drug Administration, US Government)
3. https://www.fda.gov/media/146305/download (FDA - Food and Drug Administration, US Government)
4. https://www.fda.gov/media/144637/download (FDA - Food and Drug Administration, US Government)
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One more comment. Very often life is reduced to very basic rules of natural selection. I have an interesting dvd documentary about how animals survive in the wild. Big cats, bears, wolves. The leopard is probably the most aggressive cat and grizzley the most dangerous bear. So, the point is sometimes civilization in our tribal communities (cities) breaks down. In such a case life is reduced to a fight. You can no longer get by being understanding or reasonable. This will be taken as weakness. For example, soon we may casually enter a supermarket and someone will demand to test you. Trying to be reasonable in such a situation sets us up as a victim. I think too much has changed the last year to assume the law offers protection. Same thing happened on HMS Titanic. You're in the freezing Atlantic and the lights have all gone out. People are screaming. In the movie, Jack Dawson and a mob of poor working classes batter the gates down and break out of the lower decks (steerage). It became just a struggle to survive. Factors you need are intelligence, aggression, organization and a bit of street-wise awareness. This is not a time for either being understanding or being defeatist. Basic law of evolution is the strongest survives. Applies to all of us. What bothers me is when people state it's hopeless and we're all doomed and protesters will be shot. Not the language of those who seek to come out on top.

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7 hours ago, Dekka said:

Thanks. I didn't know that. The pollution just adds to the pollution. The problem with chemical legislation is that it allows companies to do their own (minimal) testing before putting a new one on the market. Years later, it's proved to be toxic and banned but Big Chem already has the near-identical replacement on the market. Du Pont lost their case re Teflon - but it took 27 years and millions of dollars to (not entirely) prove they were guilty. But of course Teflon pans are still everywhere, just the new slightly different formula.

 

The amount of chemicals in everything these days is staggering. As for the fluoride, most people think of water and toothpaste. However, there are many other sources ( http://fluoridealert.org/issues/sources/ ).

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3 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

One more comment. Very often life is reduced to very basic rules of natural selection. I have an interesting dvd documentary about how animals survive in the wild. Big cats, bears, wolves. The leopard is probably the most aggressive cat and grizzley the most dangerous bear. So, the point is sometimes civilization in our tribal communities (cities) breaks down. In such a case life is reduced to a fight. You can no longer get by being understanding or reasonable. This will be taken as weakness. For example, soon we may casually enter a supermarket and someone will demand to test you. Trying to be reasonable in such a situation sets us up as a victim. I think too much has changed the last year to assume the law offers protection. Same thing happened on HMS Titanic. You're in the freezing Atlantic and the lights have all gone out. People are screaming. In the movie, Jack Dawson and a mob of poor working classes batter the gates down and break out of the lower decks (steerage). It became just a struggle to survive. Factors you need are intelligence, aggression, organization and a bit of street-wise awareness. This is not a time for either being understanding or being defeatist. Basic law of evolution is the strongest survives. Applies to all of us. What bothers me is when people state it's hopeless and we're all doomed and protesters will be shot. Not the language of those who seek to come out on top.

 

All this time, no one has asked me to take a Covid test and I never have. But I know the day will come when some bastard in some specific context - for work or whatever - is going to come at me with one of those nose swab things. And then the shit is going down. It will take at least 5 or 10 cops to hold me down before any bastard even gets close to me with one of those. Although I am impressed so far how long I've gone without the situation, because I know a lot of other people who have been forced to do it. Maybe I've just been lucky.

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1 hour ago, DarianF said:

 

All this time, no one has asked me to take a Covid test and I never have. But I know the day will come when some bastard in some specific context - for work or whatever - is going to come at me with one of those nose swab things. And then the shit is going down. It will take at least 5 or 10 cops to hold me down before any bastard even gets close to me with one of those. Although I am impressed so far how long I've gone without the situation, because I know a lot of other people who have been forced to do it. Maybe I've just been lucky.

I think they don't know they rights. Children in my daughter's school thought this is mandatory despite head teacher wrote letter to parents with bold font it's not and we are foreigners - not like them... WTF happened to people? 

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6 minutes ago, Human10 said:

I think they don't know they rights. Children in my daughter's school thought this is mandatory despite head teacher write letter to parents with bold font it's not and we are foreigners - not like them... WTF happened to people? 

 

Most people have no idea about informed consent:

 

"Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information. The consent should, where appropriate, be express and may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without disadvantage or prejudice." http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID=31058&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html

 

I think that's the biggest problem of all.

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