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5 hours ago, Human10 said:

But these faces when I say I don't have a what's up are priceless... 

 

 

When I arrived back in Canada in February... I didn't do Arrivecan ( the track and trace for arrivals in Canada) . The 1st customs guy was getting agitated that I hadn't done it and told me to `go over there and download it`.... I went òver there`and as I had deliberately brought my cheap ass phone with no apps and no space to download anything, it was impossible to do Arrive Can. So 2nd customs guy eventually realized my phone was inadequate and said `well you`ll have to fill out this form``  I said I dont have my glasses, so it might not be a good job``  He slid the form towards me and and said`you`ll have to fill it out``  I did warn him I didnt have my glasses.. I slid it back after a couple of pen strokes and he said `` did you fill it out ( without even looking at it)``  I said I think so and he pointed me on my way. I never had a call regarding my `form` or my ìsolation` and in hindsight I doubt they even know I arrived back ;-)...

 

Moral of the story - They can`t force you to buy a phone that serves their purpose ( not as yet anyway). If you are in a position where they cant do the job as ordered they will have to settle for something else... I think we should always be a wonky cog in their clockwork like system. It seems they can only follow orders as specified...anything different messes up their matrix.  Either that or they can start buying the phones.

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9 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

When I arrived back in Canada in February... I didn't do Arrivecan ( the track and trace for arrivals in Canada) . The 1st customs guy was getting agitated that I hadn't done it and told me to `go over there and download it`.... I went òver there`and as I had deliberately brought my cheap ass phone with no apps and no space to download anything, it was impossible to do Arrive Can. So 2nd customs guy eventually realized my phone was inadequate and said `well you`ll have to fill out this form``  I said I dont have my glasses, so it might not be a good job``  He slid the form towards me and and said`you`ll have to fill it out``  I did warn him I didnt have my glasses.. I slid it back after a couple of pen strokes and he said `` did you fill it out ( without even looking at it)``  I said I think so and he pointed me on my way. I never had a call regarding my `form` or my ìsolation` and in hindsight I doubt they even know I arrived back ;-)...

 

Moral of the story - They can`t force you to buy a phone that serves their purpose ( not as yet anyway). If you are in a position where they cant do the job as ordered they will have to settle for something else... I think we should always be a wonky cog in their clockwork like system. It seems they can only follow orders as specified...anything different messes up their matrix.  Either that or they can start buying the phones.

I predict they will solve such loopholes with the elimination of analog mobile phones. Every new one will have app ability even if user doesnt want it but wants a plain phone. Then the question becomes whether we bring back phonebooths or not 😄 Btw, very well done getting around those mindless rackets...out of likes.

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3 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

I predict they will solve such loopholes with the elimination of analogue mobile phones. Every new one will have app ability even if user doesnt want it but wants a plain phone. Then the question becomes whether we bring back phonebooths or not 😄 Btw, very well done getting around those mindless rackets...out of likes.

 

Next time I`d better send my phone back ahead of me and come back phoneless... 🙃

 

No doubt the customs areas will have booths to do the apps they demand at some point. Or hopefully by then the 99% will have taken back control of their lives. I live in hope... 🔮

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5 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

Next time I`d better send my phone back ahead of me and come back phoneless... 🙃

 

No doubt the customs areas will have booths to do the apps they demand at some point. Or hopefully by then the 99% will have taken back control of their lives. I live in hope... 🔮

I spent 5 decades without any portable phone...and I was happy 😂

 

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5 minutes ago, perpetual said:

'Voluntary'....

This ties in with India as you say below bc they made biometric info voluntary but without it, the can't open a bank account or pay bills etc.

 

 

 

I've always been difficult or weird so nothing new here. 🤣

 

 

 

This should be shared though I don't know how to get the link for it.

It's another focking awful thing. This is just WOW.....and we haven't even got an implant...yet.

I would rather get on a hot air ballon than a dinghy. I've never dreamed of getting in the back of a lorry to go on a holiday but this is now a reality.

 

 

^ that is focking terrible. I hope the guy sue the idiot megalomaniac.

The government won't enforce things but it's in the hands of private companies who end up enforcing.

 

 

 

That guys eyes are maniacal....and his feet are even crazier.  Never trust quarter to three degree feet.  Id be suing the prick for assault. I`m not a violent type but that would cause me to be... very quickly.

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16 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

"You will have no government and you will be happy" 

 

New slogan for "our" agenda 2030.

 

You will govern yourselves and you will be happy.

 

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Could you imagine if the 99% started turning the tables on them? One can dream.

 

Not that I agree with theft though. If somebody has earned their wealth through honest work then that's fine, but the ones that have gained their wealth through exploitation and swindles shouldn't be tolerated.

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11 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

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Could you imagine if the 99% started turning the tables on them? One can dream.

 

Not that I agree with theft though. If somebody has earned their wealth through honest work then that's fine, but the ones that have gained their wealth through exploitation and swindles shouldn't be tolerated.

My gut tells me that the nations of the world will breakup into fragments and new colonies will establish themselves with their own interpretation of laws and armies and police. A form of technocratic fuedalism. Many traditional methods will be brought back into fashion. Divisions will harden and conflicts between districts will be frequent. A total breakdown of traditional governed socieities replaced with warlord tyrannies and more fear. Then with time the districts will merge and we will be back to pre covid in 50 years. I really hope I am wrong. Nobody has shown me a convincing canvas with a world in harmony and peace that sounded believable. Maybe this chaos is as good as it gets for humans, again, really hope I'm wrong.

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After 10 years of this covid madness the old normal will be remembered like a lost paradise, which it wasn't 😁 Its all relative I suppose. When Ginghus Khan is ruling our district Justin Trudeau and Trump will seem like cute poodles by comparison. But then again, we will be tougher and we will be happy.

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5 minutes ago, serpentine said:

So millions of UK citizens have had experimental drugs pumped into themselves at great effort and expense and nothing fundamentally changes.

 

Usually someone would resign at this point.

 

 

 

Something has changed, the value of the pharma stocks. Someones going to get a promotion. The only ones resigning are those flying out to warm climates to enjoy those awesome stock earnings and bribery money.  

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4 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

My gut tells me that the nations of the world will breakup into fragments and new colonies will esrablish themselves with their own interpretation of laws and armies and police. A form of technocratic fuedalism. Many traditional methods will be brought back into fashion. Divisions will harden and conflicts between districts will be frequent. A total breakdiwn of traditional governed socieities replaced with warlord tyrannies and more fear. Then with time the districts will merge and we will be back to pre covid in 50 years. I really hope I am wrong. Nobody has shown me a convincing canvas with a world in harmony and peace that sounded believable. Maybe this chaos is as good as it gets for humans, again, really hope I'm wrong.

 

I think eventually the conflict will end, but only because people will lose their humanity as they become one with machines. That being said, I guess someone could argue that we'll just be in conflict with whoever controls the machines. Like you, I hope I'm wrong though.

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4 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I think eventually the conflict will end, but only because people will lose their humanity as they become one with machines. That being said, I guess someone could argue that we'll just be in conflict with whoever controls the machines. Like you, I hope I'm wrong though.

I have a theory that the human operating systems are like computer systems as they contain inner clocks and a permanent memory (ram) and a hardwired memory (rom). The way I imagine it most the time we operate out of ram but when the need to snap out of some spell arises we can reboot from rom to our fundamental operating system..our humanity in other words. My reasoning is that operating systems of all kinds have some form of reset button. Why not humans? 

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6 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

I have a theory that the human operating systems are like computer systems as they contain inner clocks and a permanent memory (ram) and a hardwired memory (rom). The way I imagine it most the time we operate out of ram but when the need to snap out of some spell arises we can reboot from rom to our fundamental operating system..our humanity in other words. My reasoning is that operating systems of all kinds have some form of reset button. Why not humans? 

 

That's an intriguing theory, especially the reset bit. Makes me think about MKUltra style experiments where they rebuild peoples minds, but certain triggers might make them revert to the hardwired memories.

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This is true except where people have the attention spans of ferrets on a double capuccino. Time has shown us 911 was an inside job yet most find comfort in the sanitized reports. Time will prove covid to be as big a lie if not bigger but people will dance to the official tune and applaud the heros that saved humanity with strict measures and those good folk fallen so we could tune a perfect vaccine. Many of you will no doubt sit in disgust as these future memorials are played out. Like the 911 memorial to the fallen. Hollow and insincere but full of praise.

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10 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

That's an intriguing theory, especially the reset bit. Makes me think about MKUltra style experiments where they rebuild peoples minds, but certain triggers might make them revert to the hardwired memories.

Wasn't that idea portrayed in the Robocop movies? His memories kept flashing back despite the biotech's best efforts at burying them. 

 

Humans, if history has any validity, are resiliant entities having survived hell-and-high-water and thrived. Maybe, after all, the birth-death process could be that reset button I seek. Every single one of us, new tech longevity excluded, will be dead in about 100 years. 

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