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The online harms regs were always a given from day one,no amount of petitions (god how i despise online petitions) no appeals from any group or otrganisation was ever going to change that,this is just the rubber stamp procedure

 

What no one is talking about though is what are we going to do when they do come for sites like this? and they will thats also a given

 

Maybe someone far more versed in the witchcraft of the intricacies of the www would care to comment?

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25 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

It was covered here last year, but it's good to see again as there are plenty of new members.

 

There are the same set of wrong'uns in positions of power connecting everything like a malevolent spider's web. Shelob's web.

 

Thanks. I hadn`t seen it before... I must have missed it or was before I joined. But yea, it really is a cesspool of rotters behind this BS.

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https://globalnews.ca/news/7872638/quebec-to-do-away-with-curfew-as-province-unveils-covid-19-reopening-plan/amp/

 

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"Too harsh!" 🤣 

 

Wasn't even justified to begin with. People racing home before the 8:30 pm curfew. Merchants losing hoardes of potential customers that would normally order stuff until 3:00 am. For no good reason. And now we are plagued by a fully functional lockdown/curfew system they can roll out on a moment's notice provided they have a dreamy narrative for the slumbering masses. I reflect on how it feels inside to hear news of the curfew ending and I resist to be suckered into another promise from compulsive liars. I can also imagine the relief felt by many oblivious to the fact its far from over. These next broken promises will devastate them and they may even develop homicidal hatreds of those they perceive are the cause or more likely the culprits the media will point out to them. For now let them bask in the paradise lost. 

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THREE people have died in Scotland from adverse side-effects of coronavirus according to the latest official statistics from the National Records of Scotland (NRS). The figures show the underlying cause of three deaths has been adverse effects of Covid-19 vaccines.

 

Meanwhile, the latest figures from the NRS show there were six fatalities where coronavirus was recorded as an underlying cause between May 10 and May 16, a drop of one on the previous week. The data also shows that post-coronavirus conditions, including long Covid, were mentioned on 11 death certificates in the period from March 2020 to April 2021.

 

So, that’s an average of one death every day from vaccines in Scotland; 16 in May alone and if you add the 11 whose deaths were recorded as ‘Long-Covid’ the previous month, but probably vaccine-related, these unnecessary deaths start to mount up and the statistics don’t even include severe disability or injuries.

 

North Lanarkshire recorded three of the deaths, Glasgow saw two, and Perth and Kinross recorded one. This means deaths occurred in three of Scotland’s 32 counties, but Pete Whitehouse, NRS director of statistical services, said: “Last week there were no registered Covid-19 deaths in 29 of Scotland’s 32 council areas.”

 

All the recent deaths have been from murder by vaxx.

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2 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I'll bet the comment was only amended because it's not legal to do what they're advocating. But no doubt someone is working on changing that as we speak!

 

Not the 1st post they made, they retracted either.

 

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Ran a few errands at the big box hardware store in the nearest town and they were busy as hell. Essential sales only restrictions had been lifted the day before. Those clerks were flying back and forth tending to the volume of clients requiring non essential stuff. They appeared to be in a state of shock. Weeks upon weeks of empty aisles and cordonned off shelves. From ghost store to full capacity overnight. A sight to behold. More clerks than I have seen in months yet non available for a question. Our masters are giving us a little window to peer into what once was. Still masks everywhere and the sanitizer dispensers still standing guard by the door.

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17 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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https://globalnews.ca/news/7872638/quebec-to-do-away-with-curfew-as-province-unveils-covid-19-reopening-plan/amp/

 

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"Too harsh!" 🤣 

 

Wasn't even justified to begin with. People racing home before the 8:30 pm curfew. Merchants losing hoardes of potential customers that would normally order stuff until 3:00 am. For no good reason. And now we are plagued by a fully functional lockdown/curfew system they can roll out on a moment's notice provided they have a dreamy narrative for the slumbering masses. I reflect on how it feels inside to hear news of the curfew ending and I resist to be suckered into another promise from compulsive liars. I can also imagine the relief felt by many oblivious to the fact its far from over. These next broken promises will devastate them and they may even develop homicidal hatreds of those they perceive are the cause or more likely the culprits the media will point out to them. For now let them bask in the paradise lost. 

 

Dunno about Canada but restricting the rights of peoples movement in their home country is unlawful in the UK & under international law.

These tyrants need to pay for their crimes.

 

Its Quite suffocating living amongst mental slaves who couldn't care less about other peoples livelihoods but only themselves.

Unless they are told to by the Media virus clergy.

 

"I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude."

 

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11 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Dunno about Canada but restricting the rights of peoples movement in their home country is unlawful in the UK & under international law.

These tyrants need to pay for their crimes.

 

Its Quite suffocating living amongst mental slaves who couldn't care less about other peoples livelihoods but only themselves.

Unless they are told to by the Media virus clergy.

 

"I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude."

 

legalized weed keeps this country up north pretty low frequency, obedient type people most our masses are... 

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18 minutes ago, TwopackShugar said:

legalized weed keeps this country up north pretty low frequency, obedient type people most our masses are... 

 

Ive found that a lot with lethargic weed chuffers...house is on fire & they are enjoying the smoke.

 

Saying that my brother bought me a catapult to go hunting rabbits with, so maybe he is thinking about survival.

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15 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

I like the quiet of liberty. Hope to see it in my lifetime. Freedom without tumult. 

 

You have to fight for it, no tyrant is going to give it up protesting. Hence the media blackout we have now.

 

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2 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Not the 1st post they made, they retracted either.

 

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I was reminded of that tweet retraction too - notice they didn't publicly announce their backtrack this time though...

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49 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Dunno about Canada but restricting the rights of peoples movement in their home country is unlawful in the UK & under international law.

These tyrants need to pay for their crimes.

 

Its Quite suffocating living amongst mental slaves who couldn't care less about other peoples livelihoods but only themselves.

Unless they are told to by the Media virus clergy.

 

"I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude."

 

 

 

unless you hadn't noticed they already stopped people travelling between regions at times.

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6 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

I was reminded of that tweet retraction too - notice they didn't publicly announce their backtrack this time though...

 

 They definitely fail big at public relations.

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Just now, eddy64 said:

 

 

unless you hadn't noticed they already stopped people travelling between regions at times.

 

No they told you that & the sheep obeyed, but none of it is lawful or out trumps your right to roam or human rights laws or even your fucking passport you carry.🤦‍♂️

 

Under freedom of information to the CPS its been proven every case has been thrown out of court to do with the Corona act as unlawful.

Handcock threatening 10  YEARS prison & all the quarantine baalshit everything.

That as the obvious point I was making Eddy.

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Freedom of movement, mobility rights, or the right to travel is a human rights concept encompassing the right of individuals to travel from place to place within the territory of a country,[1] and to leave the country and return to it. The right includes not only visiting places, but changing the place where the individual resides or works.[1][2]

Such a right is provided in the constitutions of numerous states, and in documents reflecting norms of international law. For example, Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserts that:

  • "Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state."
  • "Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country."[3]

Some people and organizations advocate an extension of the freedom of movement to include a freedom of movement – or migration – between the countries as well as within the countries.[4][5] The freedom of movement is restricted in a variety of ways by various governments and may even vary within the territory of a single country.[1] Such restrictions are generally based on public health, order, or safety justifications and postulate that the right to these conditions preempts the notion of freedom of movement.[6]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_movement

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6 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

No they told you that & the sheep obeyed, but none of it is lawful or out trumps your right to roam or human rights laws or even your fucking passport you carry.🤦‍♂️

 

Under freedom of information to the CPS its been proven every case has been thrown out of court to do with the Corona act as unlawful.

Handcock threatening 10  YEARS prison & all the quarantine baalshit everything.

That as the obvious point I was making Eddy.

 

well most people won't want the hassle of being arrested by the police even if they are in the right according to the law.

 

crimebodge on youtube shows that half the time the police dont know what the law is theyre supposed to be enforcing.

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 They definitely fail big at public relations.

because they're blue-blooded psychopaths who think it's both not required and beneath them to bother getting the right sales man to pitch to us... just look who they choose as the Jab Salesman - Fucking Kill Hates! the most dishonest, seedy looking pharmaceutical representative on the planet!

 

Who cares about P.R. - let Kill do that work so he can get his sick kicks...

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