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2 hours ago, perpetual said:

I haven't slept...the video keeps replaying in my mind....

 

I hope the GP finds out what flat worm that is so that we can find remedies. At this minute, I feel the need to de-worm myself. 🤮 I think we are all infected. Do you think sauerkraut would do it? Though I don't like going through bloody headache again......

 

Parasites suck.

 

You could try some diatomaceous earth? I use that to worm my cats. Works every time. 

Also works well on humans :D

 

 

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8 hours ago, The Illuminator said:

Video no longer available. I wonder why?

 

FFS - thanks for pointing this out. YouTube is getting beyond ridiculous. How on earth can a video of people marching be against their community standards?!

 

Here is the video again from another channel which is still up for now.

 

It can also be found on BitChute here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/hR7JknhkrThW/

 

 

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3 hours ago, perpetual said:

I haven't slept...the video keeps replaying in my mind....

 

I hope the GP finds out what flat worm that is so that we can find remedies. At this minute, I feel the need to de-worm myself. 🤮 I think we are all infected. Do you think sauerkraut would do it? Though I don't like going through bloody headache again......

 

 

I have never worn one of these stupid masks, so should be OK😷

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

COVID-19 creates a boom in biometric adoption
https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2021/04/23/biometric-adoption-boom/

 

'COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to digital, creating a boom in biometric adoption. Sixty-two percent of survey respondents said that their company has increased the prioritization of technology that supports remote onboarding and authentication due to the pandemic. To this end, 45 percent said that their use of biometrics has grown in response to COVID-19.'

 

Will Covid-19 certificates trigger biometric digital identity roll out?
https://wrenchinthegears.com/2020/04/08/will-covid-19-certificates-trigger-biometric-digital-identity-roll-out/

 

 

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‘A One-World Digital Identity Is in The Works’
https://truthtalk.uk/2021/a-one-world-digital-identity-is-in-the-works/

 

Chinese government biometric surveillance intensifying amid pandemic response
https://www.biometricupdate.com/202011/chinese-government-biometric-surveillance-intensifying-amid-pandemic-response

 

Amazon One lets you pay with your palm

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Amazon wants its palm recognition technology in stores, stadiums, and office buildings

By Tom Warren@tomwarren  Sep 29, 2020, 4:44am EDT
 

90.0.jpeg Amazon One reader.  Amazon

Amazon is unveiling its own palm recognition technology today that will be used initially to turn your hand into a personal credit card inside the company’s physical retail stores. Amazon One uses the palm of your hand to identify you, using a combination of surface-area details like lines and ridges, alongside vein patterns to create a “palm signature.”

At first, this palm signature will be used in Amazon’s own Go stores in Seattle, and the company also plans to add Amazon One to other Amazon stores in the coming months. Amazon One usage will eventually extend beyond just palm-based payments. “We believe Amazon One has broad applicability beyond our retail stores, so we also plan to offer the service to third parties like retailers, stadiums, and office buildings so that more people can benefit from this ease and convenience in more places,” says Dilip Kumar, vice president of Amazon’s physical retail business.

 

 

Apparently your info is in the cloud? :classic_unsure:☁️

https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/29/21493094/amazon-one-palm-recognition-hand-payments-amazon-go-store

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8 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

Amazon One lets you pay with your palm

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Amazon wants its palm recognition technology in stores, stadiums, and office buildings

By Tom Warren@tomwarren  Sep 29, 2020, 4:44am EDT
 

90.0.jpeg Amazon One reader.  Amazon

Amazon is unveiling its own palm recognition technology today that will be used initially to turn your hand into a personal credit card inside the company’s physical retail stores. Amazon One uses the palm of your hand to identify you, using a combination of surface-area details like lines and ridges, alongside vein patterns to create a “palm signature.”

At first, this palm signature will be used in Amazon’s own Go stores in Seattle, and the company also plans to add Amazon One to other Amazon stores in the coming months. Amazon One usage will eventually extend beyond just palm-based payments. “We believe Amazon One has broad applicability beyond our retail stores, so we also plan to offer the service to third parties like retailers, stadiums, and office buildings so that more people can benefit from this ease and convenience in more places,” says Dilip Kumar, vice president of Amazon’s physical retail business.

 

 

Apparently your info is in the cloud? :classic_unsure:☁️

https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/29/21493094/amazon-one-palm-recognition-hand-payments-amazon-go-store

 

I can just see it now ' Rich kids gets their hands chopped off' 🤚

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8 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Only one way to eliminate that double think..

 

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It's the same with everything, they know instinctively that they are being fed bull, but STILL believe the main thread of the narrative.

"Yes, it makes no sense, BUT there must be an actual virus, look at all the deaths."

"Yes, obviously, the passports from the pilots could not actually have really been rescued from the twin towers, but there were planes, right, that caused them to collapse?"

"Yes, obviously Bliar was lying about WMDs, but Saddam was a huge personal threat to us, right?"

Etc.

 

There's no hope for 'em.

 

 

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Speaking of Satanic rituals..

 

Oxford University epidemiologist Carl Heneghan said that there is no evidence that face masks help to keep pupils and teachers safe in the classroom.

Heneghan told Julia Hartley-Brewer;

“What I would say to people is, in the absence of evidence, if you think they should be wearing them, go and talk to some children. That’s what I’ve done. And I’ve said, what’s the reality on the ground? What’s it like for you in class? How does it feel?

And I can tell you they hate them. They find it really difficult. They don’t adhere to the guidelines. So for instance at the end of class they go into their pocket. They pull them out. That’s a dangerous issue with co-infections and the potential of that to stay infected for a period of time.”

Heneghan went on to say that medical interventions must be backed by hard evidence that the intervention will work. He said;

“That’s all I ever do is say, where’s the evidence to inform what we do and if it’s lacking, you have to come down on the side of not intervening.

Now one of the key problems we’ve got when we intervene, is it becomes incredibly difficult to roll back interventions. And that’s what we are saying. That’s the great problem now, the just in-case approach. That’s not how to perform in healthcare.”

 

https://richieallen.co.uk/heneghan-no-evidence-facemasks-keep-kids-teachers-safe/

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4 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Speaking of Satanic rituals..

 

Oxford University epidemiologist Carl Heneghan said that there is no evidence that face masks help to keep pupils and teachers safe in the classroom.

Heneghan told Julia Hartley-Brewer;

“What I would say to people is, in the absence of evidence, if you think they should be wearing them, go and talk to some children. That’s what I’ve done. And I’ve said, what’s the reality on the ground? What’s it like for you in class? How does it feel?

And I can tell you they hate them. They find it really difficult. They don’t adhere to the guidelines. So for instance at the end of class they go into their pocket. They pull them out. That’s a dangerous issue with co-infections and the potential of that to stay infected for a period of time.”

Heneghan went on to say that medical interventions must be backed by hard evidence that the intervention will work. He said;

“That’s all I ever do is say, where’s the evidence to inform what we do and if it’s lacking, you have to come down on the side of not intervening.

Now one of the key problems we’ve got when we intervene, is it becomes incredibly difficult to roll back interventions. And that’s what we are saying. That’s the great problem now, the just in-case approach. That’s not how to perform in healthcare.”

 

https://richieallen.co.uk/heneghan-no-evidence-facemasks-keep-kids-teachers-safe/

I'm so worried for all the children whose parents rather than them are submitting to this, they are the ones ultimately kowtowing to this tyranny, and offering up their kids as sacrifices.

 

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6 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

I'm so worried for all the children whose parents rather than them are submitting to this, they are the ones ultimately kowtowing to this tyranny, and offering up their kids as sacrifices.

 

 

Stockholm syndrome for real.

Cling to the fiction instead.

 

 

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