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15 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Has anyone 'normal' done the 2 home tests a week yet

 

This guy was asked to take a test in his local shop.

(I'm joking, apparently they gave his wife hassles over masks)

 

 

Rightfully pointing out all the non essentials on show & what a danger they could be to granny.

 

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3 hours ago, Bullion said:

Get drums of diesel now before the ban kicks in. During one of our lockdowns I bought my daughter the new Honda RS and have just been told that Honda is reducing its dealerships in Australia and that by mid next year they probably won’t have a presence in Oz at all. Great isn’t it.....first Ford went, then Holden, Honda soon. Will they release a covid friendly solar powered car soon, so driving will no longer be a joy

 

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Apparently Musk has made a Tesla truck. I wonder if it has any four wheel drive use out bush. If you could take out bush and power it fully off solar, it might be an option. But I think they would have tracking built into it. I only trust older cars.

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40 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Has anyone 'normal' done the 2 home tests a week yet

 

This guy was asked to take a test in his local shop.

(I'm joking, apparently they gave his wife hassles over masks)

 

Forgive me, but am just enjoying a moment imagining this is my local Sainsbury's.

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1 minute ago, Pina Colada said:

Forgive me, but am just enjoying a moment imagining this is my local Sainsbury's.

Same here..they made our lives resemble a cheap horror movie, this the part where the public rises.

 

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

Same here..they made our lives resemble a cheap horror movie, this the part where the public rises.

 

I can't pretend to myself anymore that shopping is not highly stressful, as it's designed to be, especially the dirty looks from the militant sheep who are clearly triggered by my lanyard.

I might put a one hour sheep baa playing on my phone as I go round...

 

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Just now, Pina Colada said:

I can't pretend to myself anymore that shopping is not highly stressful, as it's designed to be, especially the dirty looks from the militant sheep who are clearly triggered by my lanyard.

I might put a one hour sheep baa playing on my phone as I go round...

 

I try to avoid going as much as I can.

Used to buy stuff from the market to support the small traders there and it was always cheaper, but even the market has been decimated. Twenty stalls a couple of years ago is now down to about five selling tatty used toys and cooked sausages.

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3 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

I try to avoid going as much as I can.

Used to buy stuff from the market to support the small traders there and it was always cheaper, but even the market has been decimated. Twenty stalls a couple of years ago is now down to about five selling tatty used toys and cooked sausages.

Similar in our local town, no joy at all. Even 6 years ago was still vibrant, but gone downhill in last 5, now a waste of time!!

Although the farm shops are still good round here anyway.

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7 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

Similar in our local town, no joy at all. Even 6 years ago was still vibrant, but gone downhill in last 5, now a waste of time!!

Although the farm shops are still good round here anyway.

I'm  lucky to have an allotment as the farm shop is long gone.

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4 hours ago, Saved said:

I remember that being posted on here right at the beginning. They would come for our pets.

 

It makes sense in their twisted world as pets are often the only source of giving and receiving love for so many people.

 

They HATE love.

 

 I predicted Covid cats and dogs as the next move a couple of weeks ago.

 

Solzhenitsyn commented that the Soviet authorities /Cheka/NKVD were very anti-dog. The reason? Dogs were loyal to their owners, not to any twists and turns of a looney ideology that might turn the dog owner into an 'enemy of the people'.

 

A tory government introducing all the major features of communism under the cover of a fake epidemic.. who'd have thunk it?

 

The pre-Stalin USSR was, however, very keen on political correctness, abortion, feminism etc.

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, pete675 said:

 

 I predicted Covid cats and dogs as the next move a couple of weeks ago.

 

 

I'm still wondering how they manage to stick one of those cotton buds up a cat's nostril?!

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4 hours ago, zArk said:

 

i find the idea of body tissue being able to float through the air, be breathed into the lungs, then somehow intelligently cause menstruation very very very far fetched.

i do though recognise the fact that women do sync menstrual cycles and the moons cycle is not a coincidence. There is a  biological / energy link undeniably

 

yet that biological / energy link would require 2 women who are able to menstruate , 1 vaccinated 1 not and why would a vaccinated womens energy dominate the normal womens energy?

 

I don’t think it would. Lots of things can disrupt menstrual cycles, stress being one of them and something we’ve all had a bucket load of one way or another.  

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Bit of a bugger about the pets...i had my eye on them as a valuable source of protein in the coming food shortages

 

First we had covicat...then we had covimink...then we had covidog.....and we are back to cats again....pretty obvious domstic pets were on their hitlist....their food can be better utilised feeding humans...oh and by the way purina now offer a ''green'' petfood with no animal protein in it whatsoever...its got bug protein in

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2 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

Thanks zArk for digging this up.

 

Whilst Jacques Attali denies making the statement, it would be nice to know exactly what he did say to Michel Saloman, which was later published in L'Avenir de la vie, to be able to see if it bears any resemblance to what has been attributed to him.

 

I will also be mindful to take anything from Michael O'Bernicia with caution. I certainly view his private criminal prosecution with some scepticism, although mixed in to the papers and the information on his website are some very good points too. 🤔

 

As one friend of the late Phil memorably commented, he would say that wouldn't he.

 

While the alleged Attali statement did seem more than a tad too accurate, I feel it does express what the 'elites' are thinking.

 

In any case, judging from Jacques' actions and other writings, I'd bet my bottom dollar (or franc) that he's a grandee of Grand Orient.

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15 hours ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

Vaccination is and has always been the most sophisticated weapon of mass destruction ever devised.

 

It is unbelievably clever to get people to voluntarily line up for poisoning or sterilisation.

 

Study the history to date and you will feel sick.

 

So many epidemics caused, so many people killed, so massive a cover up.

 

Florence Nightingale knew what a fuckwit fraud Pasteur was.

 

There are no boogy-boogy germs wafting around trying to eat our insides - only toxins in many and various forms that when built up too much in our systems have to be expelled. I include EMR in the category of toxins.

 

 

Until 2019 life expectancy was continuously rising... People had good reason to trust health care... We're running like these blind chickens with weaken legs.

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3 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Whilst Jacques Attali denies making the statement, it would be nice to know exactly what he did say to Michel Saloman, which was later published in L'Avenir de la vie, to be able to see if it bears any resemblance to what has been attributed to him.

As soon as one exceeds 60/65 years, man lives longer than he produces and it is therefore dear to society. Hence I believe that in the very logic of industrial society, the objective will no longer be to extend life expectancy, but to ensure that within a specific lifespan , people live as well as possible but in such a way that health expenses will be as low as possible in terms of costs for the community ”.

A few lines later, he writes: " Indeed from the point of view of society, it is much better for the human machine to stop abruptly rather than to deteriorate progressively ". And to add: "I, for my part, as a socialist, objectively against extending life because it is a lure, a false problem ".

 

At that time, the question of euthanasia was not yet addressed. It is the journalist who launches the subject, in the following question: " The world to come," liberal "or" socialist ", will need a" biological "morality, to create an ethics of cloning or of euthanasia, for example, ”he reminds us.

 

Euthanasia will be one of the essential instruments of our future societies in all cases. In a socialist logic, to begin with, the problem arises as follows: socialist logic is freedom and fundamental freedom is suicide; consequently the right to direct or indirect suicide is therefore an absolute value in this type of society.

In a capitalist society, killing machines, prostheses which will make it possible to eliminate life when it is too unbearable, or economically too costly, will emerge and will be common practice. I therefore think that euthanasia, whether it is a value of freedom or a commodity, will be one of the rules of future society , ”imagines Jacques Attali in 1981.

 

Contacted by CheckNews, the essayist formally denies "having promoted and promoted euthanasia for people over 65" , and claims to have won all defamation cases against those who accused him of defaming the euthanasia. His lawyer, Maître Georges Kiejman, confirms that " Jacques Attali won the case which attributed to him an opinion favorable to the euthanasia of the elderly " and indicates that he " pleaded and won " several defamation lawsuits for his client (without remembering his they all concerned euthanasia, the trials going back some thirty years).

 

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3 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Mass genocide of the elderly & why we had so many deaths this time last year.

 

 

Wouldn’t be surprised if the police look into this.  The woman she is talking about could be done for manslaughter or murder if she is feeding people who end up choking to death. If that what she ‘thinks’ is happening it needs to be reported. 

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24 minutes ago, Liberty said:

Wouldn’t be surprised if the police look into this.  The woman she is talking about could be done for manslaughter or murder if she is feeding people who end up choking to death. If that what she ‘thinks’ is happening it needs to be reported. 

Can you share next vid? I'm blocked on Twitter... 🙄

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Starve you for your safety.

 

Cambodia closes markets to curb COVID-19, thousands plead for food

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/cambodia-closes-markets-curb-covid-19-thousands-plead-food-2021-04-24/?taid=6083df4a5a988d000166877e&utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter

 

Population 16 million. 61 deaths blamed on covid.

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3 hours ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

Im in Australia and this worries me , one of my adult children is already feeling pressure about this in his job ,he posts a lot on Facebook about the virus hoax and everyone knows his views . I feel that this cant be legal ,its coercion to threaten dismissal if you dont have the jab ,perhaps they need reminding of the Nuremberg  Code . I f you have genuine concerns for your health you have a right to refuse and to know who is going to take responsibility for vaccine injury if your employer insists you have it .

The rumblings of revolt started when they tried to make the flu vax compulsory for aged care workers some time back, so I would hope there’d be a bloody uproar if they tried this “compulsory” crap now, especially since there seems to be no urgency with the vax rollout here. No one I speak to mentions it at all, just busy getting on with our lives. Many people have mentioned that they’re ‘so over COVID’ and tune out when anything comes on the tv or radio about it. I think people can only absorb so much before it becomes mundane and boring, it has been dragging too long without any big aftershocks, I thought these dipshits running this show knew all about human psychology and the concept of the ‘novelty wearing off’..... even I know attention spans are extremely short and nowadays we need constant new entertainment to keep people interested.

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