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Following an announcement earlier this afternoon, the government has updated its guidance on "face coverings in education".

 

From May 17th, it will no longer be recommended that children wear masks in school - neither in the classroom or communal areas. There remains the chance that face coverings may be reintroduced for children in schools in the event of new Variants of Concern or localised outbreaks.

 

I just hope that the mask wearing hasn't become too much of a habit, psychological crutch or trend that those in schools choose to continue to wear them.

 

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/984846/FINAL_Face_coverings_in_education_guidance.pdf

 

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1 hour ago, ally_uk said:

So Boris announcements back to normal soon chaps get the cigars and brandy out no more lockdowns we can rejoice normality is being restored....

 

The doomsayers wanting another lockdown can bore off...... 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Following an announcement earlier this afternoon, the government has updated its guidance on "face coverings in education".

 

From May 17th, it will no longer be recommended that children wear masks in school - neither in the classroom or communal areas. There remains the chance that face coverings may be reintroduced for children in schools in the event of new Variants of Concern or localised outbreaks.

 

I just hope that the mask wearing hasn't become too much of a habit, psychological crutch or trend that those in schools choose to continue to wear them.

 

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/984846/FINAL_Face_coverings_in_education_guidance.pdf

 

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Great news!!

Was this because of the court case last week?

Like you say, I hope that people won't just keep it up out of habit.

 

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3 hours ago, skitzorat said:

Chief of Defence Force Air Marshal Kevin Short told Morning Report anyone who wouldn't take the vaccine would have their employment reviewed.

That's a violation of the Nuremberg Code. The vaccine is experimental and nobody - under military of civilian law, can be compelled to take it. The Air Marshal is bluffing. No matter what the 'fact checkers' may say, no human being may be compelled to become part of a medical experiment.

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8 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

Great news!!

Was this because of the court case last week?

Like you say, I hope that people won't just keep it up out of habit.

 

 

I think the court case last week would certainly have had a bearing on this especially as it was pointed out that no risk assessment had been completed.

 

To continue recommending face coverings in schools, the Government may not have been able to avoid undertaking a risk assessment. This could then have exposed the entire policy and proved pretty damning if it was found, after the event, that their recommendation had caused harm to children. Better to just drop it under the guise of their "road map to freedom" meaning that they also get to play the hero.

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24 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

I think the court case last week would certainly have had a bearing on this especially as it was pointed out that no risk assessment had been completed.

 

To continue recommending face coverings in schools, the Government may not have been able to avoid undertaking a risk assessment. This could then have exposed the entire policy and proved pretty damning if it was found, after the event, that their recommendation had caused harm to children. Better to just drop it under the guise of their "road map to freedom" meaning that they also get to play the hero.

Yes true.

Way too much to expect any honesty.

At least the kids won't be muzzled any longer.

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Just now, Pina Colada said:

I wonder how many snuffed it after having the death jab though?

 

I know of someone with blood clots in the lungs! He was fit and healthy before, don't know if he had a jab, but I guess so!

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12 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

That's a violation of the Nuremberg Code. The vaccine is experimental and nobody - under military of civilian law, can be compelled to take it. The Air Marshal is bluffing. No matter what the 'fact checkers' may say, no human being may be compelled to become part of a medical experiment.

Unofficially, we are at War.  And unforttunately, we're trying to sneak into that 500,000,000 figure, whilst the foolish perish

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22 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

Great news!!

Was this because of the court case last week?

Like you say, I hope that people won't just keep it up out of habit.

 

 

Well the whole point of this is to train people to react how they want. There are examples of places in the States like Florida, where the mask idiocy has been lifted and yet people, still wear them. It's training, just like Pavlovs Dog experiment, just human version.

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1 minute ago, RobinJ said:

 

Well the whole point of this is to train people to react how they want. There are examples of places in the States like Florida, where the mask idiocy has been lifted and yet people, still wear them. It's training, just like Pavlovs Dog experiment, just human version.

Yes, you're probably right.

People have already got way too used to it.

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Just caught the dreadful Tom Bradby on ITV attempting to terrify viewers (for his editor/paymasters) by saying that 2 people are dying with Covid every minute in India. Sounds awful but works out at less than 3,000 a day, which is fantastic news for 1.4bn population India when compared with peak death UK. Must try harder with the scaremongering Tommy and ITV, you bunch of disingenuous shysters

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1 hour ago, Martin1234 said:

I'm wondering if the case numbers will suddenly start to pick up in a couple of weeks and everything will be whipped away from us again.

 

I would not be surprised.

bringing in masks in the height of last summer was cruelty to people, they are quite unscrupulous.

 

was watching a great vid earlier on ukcolumn news.

the icebucket challenge of 2014 was an early psyop, I remember people saying "its for charity" at the time but they never knew which charity when I  asked them.

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

Just caught the dreadful Tom Bradby on ITV attempting to terrify viewers (for his editor/paymasters) by saying that 2 people are dying with Covid every minute in India. Sounds awful but works out at less than 3,000 a day, which is fantastic news for 1.4bn population India when compared with peak death UK. Must try harder with the scaremongering Tommy and ITV, you bunch of disingenuous shysters

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10 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

Just caught the dreadful Tom Bradby on ITV attempting to terrify viewers (for his editor/paymasters) by saying that 2 people are dying with Covid every minute in India. Sounds awful but works out at less than 3,000 a day, which is fantastic news for 1.4bn population India when compared with peak death UK. Must try harder with the scaremongering Tommy and ITV, you bunch of disingenuous shysters

https://www.hindustantimes.com/health/the-top-10-causes-of-death-in-india/story-lFLxCFVHmF7svw2RKCl70K.html   2 and 6.  no healthcare for poor besides morphine end of life

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8 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

I would not be surprised.

bringing in masks in the height of last summer was cruelty to people, they are quite unscrupulous.

 

was watching a great vid earlier on ukcolumn news.

the icebucket challenge of 2014 was an early psyop, I remember people saying "its for charity" at the time but they never knew which charity when I  asked them.

 

 

 

Yep. And theres other such trends doing the rounds on the likes of tiktok and other social media for the normies often young subjects to share. Sometimes dangerous crazes.

 

 

A burlesque is a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects. The word derives from the Italian burlesco, which, in turn, is derived from the Italian burla – a joke, ridicule or mockery.

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2 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Yep. And theres other such trends doing the rounds on the likes of tiktok and other social media for the normies often young subjects to share. Sometimes dangerous crazes.

 

 

A burlesque is a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects. The word derives from the Italian burlesco, which, in turn, is derived from the Italian burla – a joke, ridicule or mockery.

 

They have hit on a deeper cultural narrative there.?

All the little crazes of the last few years that everyone just jumped onto..

 

Over the course February 2013, the Harlem Shake exploded into mainstream media worldwide, with countless celebrities, sport teams, corporations, politicians, and activists contributing their own takes on the Harlem Shake.

 

The "Momo Challenge" is a hoax and an Internet urban legend that was rumored to spread through social media and other outlets. It was reported that children and adolescents were being enticed by a user named Momo to perform a series of dangerous tasks including violent attacks, self-harm and suicide.

 

Psyops? looked at from this  POV yes I would say.

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26 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

Yes, you're probably right.

People have already got way too used to it.

It's second nature to most now, no different than putting on your pants in the morning, or brushing your teeth. 

Strange why the young humans have been told they can remove them but the older humans must remain covered....even the 2 jab gang (who have achieved the absolute pinnacle of safety) must remain masked.....junk logic 

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2 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

They have hit on a deeper cultural narrative there.?

All the little crazes of the last few years that everyone just jumped onto..

 

Over the course February 2013, the Harlem Shake exploded into mainstream media worldwide, with countless celebrities, sport teams, corporations, politicians, and activists contributing their own takes on the Harlem Shake.

 

The "Momo Challenge" is a hoax and an Internet urban legend that was rumored to spread through social media and other outlets. It was reported that children and adolescents were being enticed by a user named Momo to perform a series of dangerous tasks including violent attacks, self-harm and suicide.

 

Psyops? looked at from this  POV yes I would say.

Ah yes i remember that creepy momo shite. I was still on FB at the time. 

 

I just think a lot of the trends the youngsters jump on online are designed to humiliate. 

 

Theres one called the bugs bunny challenge which i saw from mistakingly pushing the "explore" option on themtube. Lots of them look underage and these girls are putting their bums in the air to a creepy voice saying "bugsbunny". 

 

I mean i played chicken on the m25 back in 1999 so i cant talk we all do retarded shit when we young but its clear they are subverting the youth. But haven't they always? 

 

Anyways sorry for going off topic might be worth creating a thread i believe it all ties in. 

 

I think thomas sheridan hit the nail on the head when he said a lot of the establishment are getting sexually aroused by the lockdowns and rules. These people are perverts and there is definately some sexual bondage aspect involved. 

 

 

 

If they do ease the mask rules i bet you any money a lot of people are going to be donning the face nappies still.

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