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School today and the lunacy based upon ignorance is hilarious

 

Reading Books used by children must be put in the decontamination cupboard for 72hrs

 

No hot school meals justcrappy pap meals put in paper bag

 

No singing

 

Teachers cant go round the class to look at work

 

Staggered drop off and pick up times

 

Good intentions based upon bad science turn into evil 

 

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A beauty salon that banned coronavirus talk and said Covid-19 does not exist is being investigated by police.
 
Skin Kerr salon in Bootle put posters in its window and posted online stating masks weren't being worn by staff as "you can't catch what doesn't exist".
Merseyside Police said officers would visit the salon on Aintree Road to "remind" the owner and staff of their responsibilities around Covid-19.
The shop window posters and social media posts have now been taken down.
Sefton Council said its environmental health team will also visit and the owners are due to meet with the council on Wednesday.
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Looks like satire and sarcasm are one of the better ways of confusing the youtube ban bots. 

 

Six months later, this pre lockdown video is still right on the money....

 

 

"Additionally, though we recommend taking all the previously recommended precautions, our estimates show there's a 100% chance you will be killed by the corona virus. You're definitely going to die.

 

The only thing left to do is buy a casket now and to get 20% off premium caskets at your local casket dealer, just use the discount code DeadAF. "

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37 minutes ago, Velma said:
A beauty salon that banned coronavirus talk and said Covid-19 does not exist is being investigated by police.
 
Skin Kerr salon in Bootle put posters in its window and posted online stating masks weren't being worn by staff as "you can't catch what doesn't exist".
Merseyside Police said officers would visit the salon on Aintree Road to "remind" the owner and staff of their responsibilities around Covid-19.
The shop window posters and social media posts have now been taken down.
Sefton Council said its environmental health team will also visit and the owners are due to meet with the council on Wednesday.

Shit, sorry Velma, I didn't realise you posted this one too (you did it before me, just 4 minutes))  I posted it over on 'petition to stop mandatory face masks'

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48 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Shit, sorry Velma, I didn't realise you posted this one too (you did it before me, just 4 minutes))  I posted it over on 'petition to stop mandatory face masks'

 

Great minds think in sync! 😀

 

But this response to free speech in Buttle, is real 'thought police' stuff, like in Australia, where it is virtually a crime to say you don't believe in the Rona, or to "incite" others, which "costs lives."

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A man in Australia died from a shark attack a few hours ago. 😞

 

I was hoping that someone would follow up on this to see if the coroner cites cause of death as corona "virus".

 

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/sep/08/man-dies-after-being-attacked-by-shark-off-queensland-beach

 

Hey at least he didn't live out his old days in a hospital and die in a hospital bed. I cannot imagine a shark attack, nor do I want to, but at least he was in the ocean and was doing what he loved surfing.

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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

I don't want to piss on Ian Brown's chips here, but I think he is on the right track.

 

Bill Gates didn't sell computers, but he was behind Microsoft which gave the computer world MS-DOS (pirated from IBM-DOS) and Microsoft Windows.

 

Microsoft Windows was of course an operating system that was so full of holes (security wise) that it was susceptible to 'computer viruses' that could damage your computer files if the system got 'infected'.

 

Microsoft of course couldn't patch these 'vulnerabilities', so they relied on third-party software companies (Norton, Avast, BullGuard etc) to come up with 'anti-virus' software which users had to pay for in order to 'protect' their computers from these nasty viruses.

 

It's never been proven (I don't believe and am happy to be corrected on this) but over the years there have been allegations made that the 'antivirus' software developers were encouraging people to develop 'computer viruses' so they could sell their 'antivirus' software solutions to unsuspecting buyers.

 

Does this sound at all familiar to anybody?

 

Computer viruses.

 

"Antivirus software" = vaccine (for computers / Microsoft Windows)

 

Anti-virus software has to be regularly 'updated' (and paid-for with 'subscriptions') in order to keep your Windows PC 'safe' from 'computer viruses' (developed by anti-virus software manufacturers in order to keep their software model 'viable')

 

Sounding any more familiar?

 

 

So yeah, if it comes to a fight between Ian Brown of The Stone Roses or Bill Gates of Microsoft about who is more medically qualified, neither wins really. But who do you trust more?

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I don't want to piss on Ian Brown's chips here, but I think he is on the right track.

 

Bill Gates didn't sell computers, but he was behind Microsoft which gave the computer world MS-DOS (pirated from IBM-DOS) and Microsoft Windows.

 

Microsoft Windows was of course an operating system that was so full of holes (security wise) that it was susceptible to 'computer viruses' that could damage your computer files if the system got 'infected'.

 

Microsoft of course couldn't patch these 'vulnerabilities', so they relied on third-party software companies (Norton, Avast, BullGuard etc) to come up with 'anti-virus' software which users had to pay for in order to 'protect' their computers from these nasty viruses.

 

It's never been proven (I don't believe and am happy to be corrected on this) but over the years there have been allegations made that the 'antivirus' software developers were encouraging people to develop 'computer viruses' so they could sell their 'antivirus' software solutions to unsuspecting buyers.

 

Does this sound at all familiar to anybody?

 

Computer viruses.

 

"Antivirus software" = vaccine (for computers / Microsoft Windows)

 

Anti-virus software has to be regularly 'updated' (and paid-for with 'subscriptions') in order to keep your Windows PC 'safe' from 'computer viruses' (developed by anti-virus software manufacturers in order to keep their software model 'viable')

 

Sounding any more familiar?

 

 

So yeah, if it comes to a fight between Ian Brown of The Stone Roses or Bill Gates of Microsoft about who is more medically qualified, neither wins really. But who do you trust more?

 

 

 

It's okay, you're right, besides consoles and tablets they're just an OS developer.

 

I wonder what Richard Stallman makes of this coronavirus and the surveillance state that is being ushered in off the back of it.

 

 

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30 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

Yep, why is bill gates somehow an expert on covid19, and the vaccine?

 

He has been mostly wrong since the start of this covid19, and people are still listening to his words on this?

 

Why?????

 

Just because he sends money to something, does not make him some sort of expert.

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well it seems like the WIRRAL is under threat of lock down, ooh how thoughtful of these parasites.

and i can tell you only reason is people are waking up to the crap.

we had a counselor last week emailing the general public basically full on fear mongering .

And now this week the lock down over peoples heads and you all saw the guy on the train with the over zealous police officer.

they are ramping up the fear here no end. it will end in tears as compliant as people are it will pop but i feel thats  exactly what these cretins want. full on civil disturbances.

i honestly hope it doesn't happen ,but hope they start taking to the streets peacefully  in a large number and show enough is enough.

but we will see.

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I don't want to piss on Ian Brown's chips here, but I think he is on the right track.

 

Bill Gates didn't sell computers, but he was behind Microsoft which gave the computer world MS-DOS (pirated from IBM-DOS) and Microsoft Windows.

 

Microsoft Windows was of course an operating system that was so full of holes (security wise) that it was susceptible to 'computer viruses' that could damage your computer files if the system got 'infected'.

 

Microsoft of course couldn't patch these 'vulnerabilities', so they relied on third-party software companies (Norton, Avast, BullGuard etc) to come up with 'anti-virus' software which users had to pay for in order to 'protect' their computers from these nasty viruses.

 

It's never been proven (I don't believe and am happy to be corrected on this) but over the years there have been allegations made that the 'antivirus' software developers were encouraging people to develop 'computer viruses' so they could sell their 'antivirus' software solutions to unsuspecting buyers.

 

Does this sound at all familiar to anybody?

 

Computer viruses.

 

"Antivirus software" = vaccine (for computers / Microsoft Windows)

 

Anti-virus software has to be regularly 'updated' (and paid-for with 'subscriptions') in order to keep your Windows PC 'safe' from 'computer viruses' (developed by anti-virus software manufacturers in order to keep their software model 'viable')

 

Sounding any more familiar?

 

 

So yeah, if it comes to a fight between Ian Brown of The Stone Roses or Bill Gates of Microsoft about who is more medically qualified, neither wins really. But who do you trust more?

 

 

Exactly, Owl. Yes, this does sound all too familiar. And now that the world allegedly has a "virus", or in other words, the world is raising consciousness and waking up to the atrocities committed by the pedo's, suddenly there is a rapid push to lock everyone down using the far of a "virus" to which third parties will offer a "solution" that being a vaccine.

 

Yes, we have seen this before. Not only in the analogy of Gates' microsoft but also with previous plandemics such as the swine flu of 2010 and then the original swine flu all the way back in 1976 that many young people are not even aware of. That was when david sencer was head of the CDC and during a 60 Minutes interview he admitted that the vaccine released and administered on the naive public was never tested. The result for the population were cases of paralysis and even death.

 

Microsoft couldn't patch the viruses, or wouldn't. They could have offered a program that the user could install that would patch the virus, but they didn't want to spend the money.

 

I also found it very odd how Steve Jobs suddenly died and he was only in his 50's or 60's. I wonder if he knew something and or if he was being stonewalled by gates and other's in the NWO faction.

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I don't want to piss on Ian Brown's chips here, but I think he is on the right track.

 

Bill Gates didn't sell computers, but he was behind Microsoft which gave the computer world MS-DOS (pirated from IBM-DOS) and Microsoft Windows.

 

Microsoft Windows was of course an operating system that was so full of holes (security wise) that it was susceptible to 'computer viruses' that could damage your computer files if the system got 'infected'.

 

Microsoft of course couldn't patch these 'vulnerabilities', so they relied on third-party software companies (Norton, Avast, BullGuard etc) to come up with 'anti-virus' software which users had to pay for in order to 'protect' their computers from these nasty viruses.

 

It's never been proven (I don't believe and am happy to be corrected on this) but over the years there have been allegations made that the 'antivirus' software developers were encouraging people to develop 'computer viruses' so they could sell their 'antivirus' software solutions to unsuspecting buyers.

 

Does this sound at all familiar to anybody?

 

Computer viruses.

 

"Antivirus software" = vaccine (for computers / Microsoft Windows)

 

Anti-virus software has to be regularly 'updated' (and paid-for with 'subscriptions') in order to keep your Windows PC 'safe' from 'computer viruses' (developed by anti-virus software manufacturers in order to keep their software model 'viable')

 

Sounding any more familiar?

 

 

So yeah, if it comes to a fight between Ian Brown of The Stone Roses or Bill Gates of Microsoft about who is more medically qualified, neither wins really. But who do you trust more?

 

 

 

I worked in a computer store. Its well known, John McAfee even renounced the business ages ago. Bill Gates went the distance and became a cunt and a shill. 

 

One Love as the Stone Roses used to say. One heart one soul. There won't be another one. 

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13 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Britain could be put under a CURFEW with businesses shuttered from 10pm in a bid to drive down cases after move worked in Belgium
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8712081/Britain-CURFEW-businesses-shuttered-10pm.html

 

Just another day upping the anti of tyranny. It's diabolical what they are doing and if people still can't see how ridiculous it all is then there is no hope. 

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8 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

Oxford University vaccine trial paused after participant falls ill

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-54082192

 

Yeah read that story earlier, no surprise there really. Also as long as these trials keep failing the longer the lockdowns et-cetera goes on until people get so sick of this, they will run screaming for their dodgy vaccine. 

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Coronavirus: Social gatherings of more than six people to be banned in England from Monday

The legal limit will be reduced from 30 in the prime minister's biggest coronavirus crackdown since lockdown rules were eased

 

A ban on groups of more than six people gathering in homes, parks, pubs and restaurants in England is being imposed by Boris Johnson in the biggest coronavirus crackdown since lockdown rules were eased.

First offenders will be fined £100, which will double on each further repeat offence up to £3,200, the prime minister will announce in a bid to stem an alarming surge in COVID-19 cases in the UK.

 

"We need to act now to stop the virus spreading," Mr Johnson will declare at a Downing Street news conference, coinciding with a new government advertising campaign entitled "Hands. Face. Space.".

"So we are simplifying and strengthening the rules on social contact, making them easier to understand and for the police to enforce," the PM will announce.

"It is absolutely critical that people now abide by these rules and remember the basics - washing your hands, covering your face, keeping space from others, and getting a test if you have symptoms

What are the new rules?

 
  • From next Monday, any gathering of more than six people in England will be illegal, unless it meets one of a limited list of exemptions
  • This applies to gatherings both indoors and outdoors
  • The new rule does not apply to households or bubbles of more than six, or gatherings for work or education
  • Weddings, funerals, and organised team sports carried out in a COVID-secure way are also exempt
  • People will at first be fined £100, but this will double on each further repeat offence up to £3,200

The full list of exemptions will be revealed by the government before the law changes on Monday.

 

I guess the lockdown protests were having an effect that they didn't like then  and word of mouth was spreading. It will be like whats going on in Australia soon in the UK. 

 

 

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