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7 minutes ago, vinny79 said:

So this is great

 

all the evidence we need surely for any secondary school etc?

 

 

And not just schools,reading through the updates mention is made of lack of risk asessments from the school and government,Surely thats applicable to all mask wearing ,everywhere

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1 hour ago, FrankVitali said:

 

 

Yeah mate, well its getting me more madder all the time. Every day that goes by I am having more and more disregard for anyone else.  Long lost any fear of anything.

 

I am at the point of always being ready for a fight. A flick of a switch away from going full Ronnie Pickering if anyone starts.

 

Everyone needs to be like this and a lot of you are. Those still building up courage just start being cock of the walk. You are IT and no-one else is above you.   Think of nature and the world and the universe. We are a species on this great Earth and we should not be ruled or ordered about by anyone else.  Fuck em.

 

Plenty caffeine and the odd bit of speed helps too.

Ronny who? 🤣

 

I totally agree with you mate. I've just done the same as you at my local Tesco. Just walked in like a boss and away I went. Two hired guards at the door said jack to me as I waltzed straight in and declared nothing to no one. I didn't even get any scornful looks from any normies either. 

 

It's as you say, you need to own it, give a look that no one is going to stop you and I promise no one will say jack shit to you. Get some self respect, hold your head high and remember you're not alone. I feel ya brother. 👊😎

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10 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Ronny who? 🤣

 

I totally agree with you mate. I've just done the same as you at my local Tesco. Just walked in like a boss and away I went. Two hired guards at the door said jack to me as I waltzed straight in and declared nothing to no one. I didn't even get any scornful looks from any normies either. 

 

It's as you say, you need to own it, give a look that no one is going to stop you and I promise no one will say jack shit to you. Get some self respect, hold your head high and remember you're not alone. I feel ya brother. 👊😎

Love it.

It's not like we need anybody's approval right?

If that's what we need, we've had it!!!!

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26 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Britain’s most senior police officer has said she hopes shoppers who refuse to wear masks will be “shamed” into compliance. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick told LBC

 

 

It worked for the mask brigade already.

 

 

 

That's double standards from the Met Police Commissoner, how about shaming and taking action against the majority of London police officers who don't wear masks in cars and vans (up to 7 in a van) or in groups of up to a dozen or so, when they are away from the public gaze.   The reality is the police only put on their 50p masks for show purposes only. 

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 A work colleague of mine has been chosen out of the censes to a interview, with the usual scare mongery of the £1000 fine.

 

what do you make of that........

 

hes a sheep by the way....wish id av done mine now, if i knew i could win a fuckin interview

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1 hour ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

The judge has now made a decision in the crowd-funded case 'Stop Masks in Schools'.

 

It has been decided that children should not be forced to wear masks at school and cannot be excluded from education if they do not. Nor does a medical exemption need to be shown.

 

Furthermore, the court noted that neither the school nor the UK Government has adequately assessed the risk to children from wearing masks at school all day including any potential physical and pscyhological harm that may be caused.

 

https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/stop-masks-in-schools/

 

 

il be using this information in a letter im going to put to all schools  in my area this week.

 

thank you for sharing.

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35 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Ronny who? 🤣

 

I totally agree with you mate. I've just done the same as you at my local Tesco. Just walked in like a boss and away I went. Two hired guards at the door said jack to me as I waltzed straight in and declared nothing to no one. I didn't even get any scornful looks from any normies either. 

 

It's as you say, you need to own it, give a look that no one is going to stop you and I promise no one will say jack shit to you. Get some self respect, hold your head high and remember you're not alone. I feel ya brother. 👊😎

 

ABSOLUTELY.

 

THEY DONT NEED TO NAME AND SHAME ME SON.........IM THE ONLY PERSON WHOS FACE THEY CAN SEE....AND THEY CAN SEE QUITE CLEARLY......THERES A GUY THAT DOESNT GIVE A FUCK WHAT YOU PEOPLE THINK   

 

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4 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

Violence is not the answer. It will bring bloodshed to innocents.  Violence has its place, but only when immediately necessary in my opinion...and requires more than a kitchen knife. How do you suggest a disarmed people fight those with arms a plenty...

 

Gun lobbies and fake mass shootings have been trying to remove weapons from people while the police and armies have no end of supply. I believe this has been deliberate.

 

 

 

The only country in which violence might achieve anything is America because the population has access to military grade firearms but even then I'm not sure if it's a good idea. Who would you target ??

The police ?? Army ?? What will that achieve ?? Attacking for example The White House would be a disaster - thousands of troops, armoured cars, helicopters etc. machine guns and rifles are no match for that.

Only thing I can think of that might achieve anything is storming and occupying major news media buildings - CNN, NBC etc.

But for now it's not an issue, practically everyone in America with a firearm has too much to lose - Family, home, job, money in the bank, a still relatively comfortable lifestyle compared to many places in the world. Really think it's time to risk getting killed or a lifetime prison sentence ??

Intuition is telling me violence is not a good idea especially if you live outside America, now that might change as the situation gets worse, but for now stick to peaceful protest.

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1 minute ago, GOYK said:

il be using this information in a letter im going to put to all schools  in my area this week.

 

thank you for sharing.

I dont ever rememer hearing of personal interviews in past census's,i'm not saying they didn't happen but not unsurprising especially given the thirst for information every government department seems to have now

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1 minute ago, GOYK said:

 

ABSOLUTELY.

 

THEY DONT NEED TO NAME AND SHAME ME SON.........IM THE ONLY PERSON WHOS FACE THEY CAN SEE....AND THEY CAN SEE QUITE CLEARLY......THERES A GUY THAT DOESNT GIVE A FUCK WHAT YOU PEOPLE THINK   

 

🤣🤣🤣

Right on brother! 👊😎

 

Yeah fuck em. I just smile at people, kill em with kindness, move out the way of people. No hassle. 

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Just now, whatthefoxhat said:

I dont ever rememer hearing of personal interviews in past census's,i'm not saying they didn't happen but not unsurprising especially given the thirst for information every government department seems to have now

no i never knew either...interesting stuff.....there 35yrs and 30 yrs of age with 2 kids....this tells you everything.

 

wish it was me, fuck me id have some fun with that

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1 minute ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

 

The only country in which violence might achieve anything is America because the population has access to military grade firearms but even then I'm not sure if it's a good idea. Who would you target ??

The police ?? Army ?? What will that achieve ?? Attacking for example The White House would be a disaster - thousands of troops, armoured cars, helicopters etc. machine guns and rifles are no match for that.

Only thing I can think of that might achieve anything is storming and occupying major news media buildings - CNN, NBC etc.

But for now it's not an issue, practically everyone in America with a firearm has too much to lose - Family, home, job, money in the bank, a still relatively comfortable lifestyle compared to many places in the world. Really think it's time to risk getting killed or a lifetime prison sentence ??

Intuition is telling me violence is not a good idea especially if you live outside America, now that might change as the situation gets worse, but for now stick to peaceful protest.

It'll instigate itself when the time is right ,when that time is is anyones guess but when it does it'll be at the exact time its needed and not before

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8 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I'm still waiting for someone to point me to examples of tyrannies removed with peaceful protest and a collective 'just saying no'

 

I do think its time for people to start accepting that 'they' will not be removed with anything other than extreme violence and as to ''its what they want'' its quite simple you either fight or you die early anyway i don't think there is anyone that uses this forum important enough to be allowed to survive if mass depopulation is really high on 'their' agenda ,i could be wrong,but even having an alternative view is slowly but surely being turned into a criminal offence with a whole scale of sliding penalties from death at the extreme end (look to China for that one ) to having your government handouts severely curtailed.

 

I would love to be proven wrong on everything but looking at the bigger picture (admittedly my world view is skewed and limited to what i can still find online) i really do think this summer is the only chance anyone is going to have to reverse this situation after that it doesn't really bear thinking about it's not going to be pretty thats for sure

 

4 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

Violence is not the answer. It will bring bloodshed to innocents.  Violence has its place, but only when immediately necessary in my opinion...and requires more than a kitchen knife. How do you suggest a disarmed people fight those with arms a plenty...

 

Gun lobbies and fake mass shootings have been trying to remove weapons from people while the police and armies have no end of supply. I believe this has been deliberate.

 

'From Dictatorship to Democracy' is widely considered to be an authority on non-violent revolutions. It was originally written in 1993 by Dr Gene Sharp, an American Political Scientist, at the request of a prominent Burmese democrat exile. The pamphlet was surreptitiously handed out among political dissidents the world over. I have linked to a pdf version below.

 

http://www.engaged-zen.org/PDFarchive/From_Dictatorship_to_Democracy.pdf

 

Dr Sharp concludes that non-violent means are far more effective for opposing dictatorships. He also gives examples of where this has worked. From page 11:

 

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Since 1980 dictatorships have collapsed before the predominantly nonviolent defiance of people in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia and Slovenia, Madagascar, Mali, Bolivia, and the Philippines. Nonviolent resistance has furthered the movement toward democratization in Nepal, Zambia, South Korea, Chile, Argentina, Haiti, Brazil, Uruguay, Malawi, Thailand, Bulgaria, Hungary, Zaire, Nigeria, and various parts of the former Soviet Union (playing a significant role in the defeat of the August 1991 attempted hard-line coup d'état).

In addition, mass political defiance has occurred in China, Burma,and Tibet in recent years. Although those struggles have not brought an end to the ruling dictatorships or occupations, they have exposed the brutal nature of those repressive regimes to the world community and have provided the populations with valuable experience with this form of struggle.

 

And from page 23:

 

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Recent history shows the vulnerability of dictatorships, and reveals that they can crumble in a relatively short time span: whereas ten years—1980-1990—were required to bring down the Communist dictatorship in Poland, in East Germany and Czechoslovakia in 1989 it occurred within weeks. In El Salvador and Guatemala in 1944 the struggles against the entrenched brutal military dictators required approximately two weeks each. The militarily powerful regime of the Shah in Iran was undermined in a few months. The Marcos dictatorship in the Philippines fell before people power within weeks in 1986: the United States government quickly abandoned President Marcos when the strength of the opposition became apparent. The attempted hard-line coup in the Soviet Union in August 1991 was blocked in days by political defiance. Thereafter, many of its long dominated constituent nations in only days, weeks, and months regained their independence.

The old preconception that violent means always work quickly and nonviolent means always require vast time is clearly not valid. Although much time may be required for changes in the underlying situation and society, the actual fight against a dictatorship sometimes occurs relatively quickly by nonviolent struggle.

 

He devotes some discussion to whether violent means can succeed and, similar to what Beaujangles has pointed out, he concludes that this is striking a dictatorship where it is strong rather than at its Achilles heel. Nor does he endorse military coups. From pages 13-14 he says:

 

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What is to be done in such circumstances? The obvious possibilities seem useless. Constitutional and legal barriers, judicial decisions, and public opinion are normally ignored by dictators. Understandably, reacting to the brutalities, torture, disappearances, and killings, people often have concluded that only violence can end a dictatorship. Angry victims have sometimes organized to fight the brutal dictators with whatever violent and military capacity they could muster, despite the odds being against them. These people have often fought bravely, at great cost in suffering and lives. Their accomplishments have sometimes been remarkable, but they rarely have won freedom. Violent rebellions can trigger brutal repression that frequently leaves the populace more helpless than before.

Whatever the merits of the violent option, however, one point is clear. By placing confidence in violent means, one has chosen the very type of struggle with which the oppressors nearly always have superiority. The dictators are equipped to apply violence overwhelmingly. However long or briefly these democrats can continue, eventually the harsh military realities usually be-come inescapable. The dictators almost always have superiority in military hardware, ammunition, transportation, and the size of military forces. Despite bravery, the democrats are (almost always) no match.

When conventional military rebellion is recognized as unrealistic,some dissidents then favor guerrilla warfare. However, guerrilla warfare rarely, if ever, benefits the oppressed population or ushers in a democracy. Guerrilla warfare is no obvious solution, particularly given the very strong tendency toward immense casualties among one's own people. The technique is no guarantor against failure, despite supporting theory and strategic analyses, and sometimes international backing. Guerrilla struggles often last a very long time. Civilian populations are often displaced by the ruling government, with immense human suffering and social dislocation.

Even when successful, guerrilla struggles often have significant long-term negative structural consequences. Immediately, the attacked regime becomes more dictatorial as a result of its countermeasures. If the guerrillas should finally succeed, the resulting new regime is often more dictatorial than its predecessor due to the centralizing impact of the expanded military forces and the weakening or destruction of the society's independent groups and institutions during the struggle—bodies that are vital in establishing and maintaining a democratic society. Opponents of dictatorships should look for another option.

 

One of the key steps in overcoming the dictatorship is to identify its weaknesses. In my view the Achilles heel of our current oppressors lies in the Covid narrative itself which is so full of holes, unlawful and unscientific that it shouldn't be difficult to disprove if only most people were operating out of common sense rather than fear and ignorance. Exposing the flawed narrative therefore needs to be central to the plan.

 

The Appendix from page 75 presents nearly 200 methods of non-violent action which includes communications and public demonstrations such as processions, public speeches and assemblies. Strikes, boycotts, non-cooperation and withdrawal from the social system are other methods also suggested among others. It is suggested that, the more such methods are employed, the greater the chances of success in bringing down the oppressors.

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1 minute ago, Morpheus said:

Right on brother! 👊😎

 

Yeah fuck em. I just smile at people, kill em with kindness, move out the way of people. No hassle. 

im the same buddy, im not a dick with these people, im kind, polite, i talk......i think they struggle with this more.

 

iv always wanted to be stopped tho, but its never happened , not once,neither to my wife......all the way through this. not once, 

 

''why is this guy so normal, does he know theres a deadly virus''

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12 minutes ago, GOYK said:

 A work colleague of mine has been chosen out of the censes to a interview, with the usual scare mongery of the £1000 fine.

 

what do you make of that........

 

hes a sheep by the way....wish id av done mine now, if i knew i could win a fuckin interview

 

I am sure that would be an interesting interview.

 

 

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1 minute ago, GOYK said:

no i never knew either...interesting stuff.....there 35yrs and 30 yrs of age with 2 kids....this tells you everything.

 

wish it was me, fuck me id have some fun with that

Surprised at the fine thing as well,love to see some documentation regarding that,Big Brother commands you attend an interview to tell him about your shopping habits what tv you watch your religious denomination etc and if you dont he will fine you a grand,forget the fact you may have a life to live and far better things to be doing than attending census interviews big brother COMMANDS

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2 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

 

'From Dictatorship to Democracy' is widely considered to be an authority on non-violent revolutions. It was originally written in 1993 by Dr Gene Sharp, an American Political Scientist, at the request of a prominent Burmese democrat exile. The pamphlet was surreptitiously handed out among political dissidents the world over. I have linked to a pdf version below.

 

http://www.engaged-zen.org/PDFarchive/From_Dictatorship_to_Democracy.pdf

 

Dr Sharp concludes that non-violent means are far more effective for opposing dictatorships. He also gives examples of where this has worked. From page 11:

 

 

And from page 23:

 

 

He devotes some discussion to whether violent means can succeed and, similar to what Beaujangles has pointed out, he concludes that this is striking a dictatorship where it is strong rather than at its Achilles heel. Nor does he endorse military coups. From pages 13-14 he says:

 

 

One of the key steps in overcoming the dictatorship is to identify its weaknesses. In my view the Achilles heel of our current oppressors lies in the Covid narrative itself which is so full of holes, unlawful and unscientific that it shouldn't be difficult to disprove if only most people were operating out of common sense rather than fear and ignorance. Exposing the flawed narrative therefore needs to be central to the plan.

 

The Appendix from page 75 presents nearly 200 methods of non-violent action which includes communications and public demonstrations such as processions, public speeches and assemblies. Strikes, boycotts, non-cooperation and withdrawal from the social system are other methods also suggested among others. It is suggested that, the more such methods are employed, the greater the chances of success in bringing down the oppressors.

March straight into, the bbc, itv  and sky...that would send a message. march straight to chris whittys front door...that would send a message.  

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Not going to happen. My friends and family might not agree on everything, but they're not total cucks. They will laugh in your face if you try pushing that shunning shite around here.

 

Then, you would just lie about it, "Have you had your vaccine pal?" - "Aye mate, I've had four jabs now and a booster...."

 

 

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