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I should be more clear on vaccines definition (I mean those who are taking the current unapproved/untested/unknown substances) not those who might have taken usual childhood immunisation injections and some recommended to travel abroad in the past. (Before normal leisure travel was made impossible)  

 

That reminds me I might be due a Tetanus.

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4 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

I posted similar on the shedding thread earlier,  I have a Christmas tree at the bottom of the garden might pick some needles later to try out.

I would use fresh needles and from an area cats and dogs cannot wee on.

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3 minutes ago, Woodsman said:

I would use fresh needles and from an area cats and dogs cannot wee on.

It's a big old tree about 30 foot high so no worries there.

I can start marketing it as shedding  remedy! Lol.

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4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

This is modern britain, mate, naebody works anymore

 

The nurses dance in empty hospitals, the teachers punt children back into their homes so that the parents have to teach them, the journalists just rehash whatever government propaganda they are sent over the wire, the politicians have handed over the reins to a small bunch of applied psychologists in the sage team and the rest of science don't even work things out themselves anymore from empirical evidence they just use 'computer models', the traders use 'algorithmic trading', the police don't pursue real crimes but instead watch the world through CCTV and the army sit at computer screens waging 'cyber warfare' against their own people

 

The only people who work these days are the tradesmen building and fixing everything and the drivers moving everything around and soon they will be replaced with robots and driverless cars

 

Humans are becoming obsolete in modern britain....

 

forgot to mention that manufacturing is done offshore in china and according to a story in the daily mail today it seems we don't even dispose of our own waste and instead export it to turkey where much of it is simply dumped

 

We have become a country built on thin air....a perception of value

 

But you can't eat a perception. At some point reality is going to bite us in the ass unless we start re-engaging with what is real and tangible and stop engaging with things that are meaningless BS

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This Is A Frequency War.

https://stateofthenation.co/?p=62203

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR SYMPATHETIC REACTIONS TO VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS

Submitted by CK

At the end of the discussion between Dr. Carrie Madej, Dr. Christine  Northrup, Maureen McDonnell, Dr. Larry Palevsky and Dr. Sherri  Tenpenny on mamm.org, 4.23.21, Dr. Madej said "this is a frequency  war". Without controlling person frequency exposure, one is subject to  the "default program"; constantly being exposed and reacting to  whatever level of emf, microwaves, etc. that is being directed at you. [As I understand it, strong gamma radiation impacting this planet is a major and generally unacknowledged effect on human health and well being currently. . If  the problem is adverse frequency exposure, the answer is beneficial  frequency exposure. Although the jury is still out as to how this  sympathetic transmission is occurring, the answer is still accessing and  exposing our bodies to frequencies known to heal....Rife frequencies.

 

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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

This old boomer tart with her husband and grand daughter had a go at me for not wearing a mask. I swear these fucking boomers should be ashamed of themselves. 

 

well they have to get back to their nice holidays abroad don't they?

 

They think our struggle for freedom is a big inconvenience that is stopping them enjoying wine in the sun and that the sooner we all accept a jab the sooner they can book their next flight

 

little do they know the elites have no intention whatsoever of returning the world back to normal

 

They need a serious perception adjustment......they are living in a reality that is now gone

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20 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

forgot to mention that manufacturing is done offshore in china and according to a story in the daily mail today it seems we don't even dispose of our own waste and instead export it to turkey where much of it is simply dumped

 

We have become a country built on thin air....a perception of value

 

But you can't eat a perception. At some point reality is going to bite us in the ass unless we start re-engaging with what is real and tangible

It's like a lot of countries though. Some Europeans have some industry left Germany and Italy for example.

 

America has its own oil no? Selling it all off to China. 

 

UK has been finished for a long time now. It is literally a place built on blood and toil of our ancestors past and recent. There's old mills and old industries in nearly ever town but a lot of the buildings still remain to remind us of a bygone era. A relic. 

 

Best advice I ever had was to get myself a trade. There will always be demand. Sadly I didn't take it. 

 

Alan Watt said in a talk they planned to deindustrilise Britain way into ww2 once it was over. And didn't think on telling the public about it or letting them have their say. And of course the telivision took off back then and by the time of the coronation most people owned televisions killing the community spirit. 

I've been learning new skills though and been doing construction jobs. I'm actually a qualified chippy and could have been a really good bricky if I'd have started as soon as I left school because I was bloody good at it. 

 

I'd encourage those that don't probably (doesn't apply to anyone here above 40) but to get yourself a decent drill and toolset. Learn the basics of electric circuits etc. Progressing for yourself and the future is going to be a combination of adapting, software coding, but also old fashioned getting your hands dirty. 

 

Any spare time you have is worth investing on learning how to be sufficient. Stocking up. Don't have to go mad. Put a few tins here and there a side. Worse comes to the worse you save money. Storing food can be an investment for hyper inflation or worse case scenario would be food shortages. Don't have to go shouting at everyone in your family about it, or go on some "mad" American doomsday prepper mode. Then you have a backup and you feel like you are taking power back for yourself. 

 

Our grandparents did it, or parents and probably majority still alive. They were rationing way Into the 1950s. Seemed to have much more self sufficiency back then, and community. Less domesticated. Nowadays nobody even looks at you if you live on the same street. All scrying into their devices. Lovely ain't it.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

This cunt is one of the SAGE guys making fraudulent models, you can email him here [email protected]

 

About Me

Here,have a list of all of the shower of bastards and the edu establishments the majority are from,pay particular attentuion to SPI-B thats the psychowarfare committee

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/scientific-advisory-group-for-emergencies-sage-coronavirus-covid-19-response-membership/list-of-participants-of-sage-and-related-sub-groups

 

And if you really want to sicken yourself further go back to the new years honours list and see how many of the weasels got awarded gongs for their 'service during the covid crisis',sickening absolutely mind blowingly vomit inducing

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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

This old boomer tart with her husband and grand daughter had a go at me for not wearing a mask. I swear these fucking boomers should be ashamed of themselves. 

Take video footage, post on here, and we can all have a laugh at their expense?

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1 hour ago, Woodsman said:

That reminds me I might be due a Tetanus.

 

It might be worth having a listen to Dr Susan Humphries who suggests washing the wound out and avoiding the tetanus injection entirely.

 

I work with my hands and have more cuts, scrapes and nail jabs then you can shake a stick at. I will never get a tetanus jab ever again

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4 minutes ago, Fluke said:

It's like a lot of countries though. Some Europeans have some industry left Germany for example. America has its own oil no? Selling it all off to China. 

 

UK has been finished for a long time now. It is literally a place built on blood and toil of our ancestors past and recent. There's old mills and old industries in nearly ever town but a lot of the buildings still remain to remind us of a bygone era. A relic. 

 

Best advice I ever had was to get myself a trade. There will always be demand. Sadly I didn't take it. 

 

Alan Watt said in a talk they planned to deindustrilise Britain way into ww2 once it was over. And didn't think on telling the public about it or letting them have their say. And of course the telivision took off back then and by the time of the coronation most people owned televisions killing the community spirit. 

I've been learning new skills though and been doing construction jobs. I'm actually a qualified chippy and could have been a really good bricky if I'd have started as soon as I left school because I was bloody good at it. 

 

I'd encourage those that don't probably (doesn't apply to anyone here above 40) but to get yourself a decent drill and toolset. Learn the basics of electric circuits etc. Progressing for yourself and the future is going to be a combination of adapting, software coding, but also old fashioned getting your hands dirty. 

 

Any spare time you have is worth investing on learning how to be sufficient. Stocking up. Don't have to go mad. Put a few tins here and there a side. Worse comes to the worse you save money. Storing food can be an investment for hyper inflation or worse case scenario would be food shortages. Don't have to go shouting at everyone in your family about it, or go on some "mad" American doomsday prepper mode. Then you have a backup and you feel like you are taking power back for yourself. 

 

Our grandparents did it, or parents and probably majority still alive. They were rationing way Into the 1950s. Seemed to have much more self sufficiency back then, and community. Less domesticated. Nowadays nobody even looks at you if you live on the same street. All scrying into their devices. Lovely ain't it.

 

 

 

Agree with everything you have said there,i made a career out of being a jack of all trades and master of none and like to think i have a decent amount of knowledge for most situations but i will add keep away from prepper forums,they dont like to talk about the human factor in a shtf situation and would prefer to crow about what they have pickled/preserved/stored this week,that could well be there undoing in a real life shtf moment

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Just now, Macnamara said:

 

It might be worth having a listen to Dr Susan Humphries who suggests washing the wound out and avoiding the tetanus injection entirely.

 

I work with my hands and have more cuts, scrapes and nail jabs then you can shake a stick at. I will never get a tetanus jab ever again

Ha you and me both,i bet you are familiar with the contractors plaster,bit of rag and some insulating tape

 

And i have just been putting some paperwork n shizzle in order before i leave it with someone i trust and came across my vaccine records cards and tetanus is on there and i had a thought i might need one then realised i've got so much carp in me already from cuts and scrapes i dont think anything could survive,dont thi nk i'm going to be needing my rabies,yellow fever etc ever again nor the follow up shots and if anyone would like to call me an anti vaxxer please feel free

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1 minute ago, whatthefoxhat said:

shtf situation and would prefer to crow about what they have pickled/preserved/stored this week,that could well be there undoing in a real life shtf moment

Agreed. Most of them a barmy some of them are okay. I follow most of them like I watch Alex Jones. For entertainment video. Although I don't completely dismiss everything they say. The Angry prepper seems alright. He has got that New York cocky swagger straight talking built like a shit house. 

 

I have heard about shtf will have to check it out thanks for the tip bud 👍

 

Sorry guys won't go off topic again.

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1 minute ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Ha you and me both,i bet you are familiar with the contractors plaster,bit of rag and some insulating tape

 

yes and duct tape works well as a joint or tendon support too :)

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5 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

 if anyone would like to call me an anti vaxxer please feel free

 

I'm an anti-vaxxer for sure unless anyone can convince me that it is a good idea to inject aluminium, mercury derivatives and formaldehyde into your muscles

 

pretty sure those are all substances hazardous to health and if onsite would fall under COSHH regulations

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27 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Best advice I ever had was to get myself a trade. There will always be demand. Sadly I didn't take it. 

 

It's not too late to pick up skills but the question is what is going to be useful moving forward into the 'fourth industrial revolution'

 

The elites would tell you not to bother and to instead just fall back on universal basic income which they'll give you once you have got your vaccine passport stamped

 

So i guess there is little point preparing for their 'new normal' when we try to gain new skills and should instead just plan for our own parallel economy where we can barter skills and goods outside of the usual channels

 

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Alan Watt said in a talk they planned to deindustrilise Britain way into ww2 once it was over.

 

yup and the planners behind the EU were working to make each country into a cog in a machine so that each became a one trick pony unable to be independent

 

But lets consider that we were once an agrarian economy running on horse power, wind power and water power and that was just 300 odd years ago. However we didn't have as many mouths to feed then so would need some creative solutions to turn urban spaces into growing areas whether they be areas on the ground or vertical gardens in high rises and so on but essentially when all is said and done survival boils down to one key thing: FOOD

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13 hours ago, epsom said:

You CAN’T take your mask off on transport, shops or other venues

""It will remain a legal requirement to wear a face mask in shops, public transport and other indoor public settings, with offenders facing a £200 fine.

This might be axed from June 21 but we don’t know that yet. Exemptions remain for under-11s and people who have a medical reason, as ever.""

 

THAT'S IT FOLKS----STILL THE SAME FOR SHOPS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT---until 21st June--(what year?)😏

 

They're not going to let the mask insanity go away it's such a big part of the whole psyop. There's just over a month to go before June 21st for the media and 'experts' to push the Vindaloo variant as an excuse to stop the easing of restrictions.

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3 hours ago, SimonTV said:

Once again chest pains and scratchy cough from going to the weekly shop. Walked past this one unhealthy whale of a human and she blew on to me through her mask, she was definitely shedding big time. I could feel the spike-protein-radiating off her, I got light headed and couldn't focus for a second. These disgusting mask wearers want to end up in hospital, all they need to do is blow on to me one more time. 

Whale of a human 😅

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2 hours ago, Fluke said:

 

Looks like a few posters here last year called it to a T if this goes ahead. Even if it doesn't they obviously want this scenario. 

 

 

Yeah, just been reading what Andrew Lloyd Webber said on the radio today, the melted rubber faced gimp.

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