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1 minute ago, wideawake said:

 

I don't watch the Olympics anymore since I woke up but I got a hint to watch that one of 2012 before it aired so I knew something was up but yet dumb as I was, I never figured it out at the time (not many did either). 

Thats so true,i don't think i read or saw anything at the time where anyone had connected those dots of information together.I agree hindsight is a wonderful thing,but in this case its the stuff nightmares are made of in its enormity of scale

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Thats so true,i don't think i read or saw anything at the time where anyone had connected those dots of information together.I agree hindsight is a wonderful thing,but in this case its the stuff nightmares are made of in its enormity of scale

 

Very true. Yet it was in our faces and not one connected the dots that I know as you said or could say what the the program at the time was all about.

Weird to see that happening when we think we're awake and yet miss that kind of obvious warning...

 

 

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29 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Yup,tried a US vpn yesterday and it wouldn't play ,then tried an asian vpn and lo and behold played fine,and thats before the online harms regs in the UK come fully into force

 

I'm dreading the day that happens not particulalrly for me as there are ways and means (for the moment) around that but more for the sheep who will be unaware and initially won't even notice

 

And that is before the next false flag as they call it the "Cyber Pandemic".

Wait for it when they shutdown the internet (it will happen)... info will be few and far between then.

That is why people need to wake up before the cabal shutdown the internet. How will you get real info? You will have to go with your gut instinct and go for it as we've been lied to long enough we should know better.

This is just the beginning, WE ARE AT WAR  and people don't even realize it. 

A little too late to wake up, just might be too late. 

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56 minutes ago, wideawake said:

 

I don't watch the Olympics anymore since I woke up but I got a hint to watch that one of 2012 before it aired so I knew something was up but yet dumb as I was, I never figured it out at the time (not many did either). 

 

Me neither, who could have known except those who orchestrated it, that scene with Bozo on the hospital bed, he wasn't even PM then. And those umbrella scenes, who could have known that they were referring to the umbrella corporation?

 

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Ha lol'z, next spring now...... 😂

 

UK faces 100,000 cases EVERY DAY by July as Indian Covid variant drives up infections by more than a third over last week to 7,738 and Boris Johnson is warned by ministers lockdown rules will remain until next spring.

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5 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

Independent SAGE’s Professor Anthony Costello, from of University College London, said the real number of new infections was likely to be twice the 8,000 new daily cases revealed by tests.

He added: “In a month you’ll be up to 100,000 new cases a day.

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Who'd have thought it.

 

More mathematical bollox.

 

Wankers.

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1 hour ago, alexa said:

 

Me neither, who could have known except those who orchestrated it, that scene with Bozo on the hospital bed, he wasn't even PM then. And those umbrella scenes, who could have known that they were referring to the umbrella corporation?

 

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My kids have been doing some interesting work this year in English, I've seen a theme of maybe hinting at things, maybe my interpretation.

Anyway, 2 have been studying The Tempest, at the same time, one in Secondary, one in Primary, and I thought, mmm!

So in the Opening Ceremony, 2012, near the beginning, Kenneth Branagh comes on in top hat and tailcoat, as Caliban from The Tempest, and quotes the "I cried to dream again" speech.

 

Anyone know why they chose this bit of Shakespeare, it has to be relevant as the rest of it is so creepily relevant??????

 

 

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Ladies and gentleman I am sorry to announce  that it's all Piers Corbyn's fault..!

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/15255216/piers-corbyn-crazed-theories-blame-delay-covid/

 

BRITAIN will pay a massive price for another month without fully unlocking 

One reason we are in this mess is the mind-numbing stupidity of the anti-vaccination conspiracy theorists.

 

Some of these will have had their heads turned by the crackpot ideas of Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Piers and his pals, who spread their deranged propaganda on social media

 

 

So as you can clearly see it's not the governments fault. No no no never was, it's the fault of conspiracy theorists like Piers..!

 

This would be comedic if it wasn't such dangerous propaganda, as the next paragraph subtly calls for yet more controls over output (or dangerous nonsense as they put it.)

So if your job or business is under threat from the latest delay, you know whose crazed theories are to blame.

 

Interestingly they won't and don't mention a single of his claims in their 'article'.

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7 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

BS overdrive. Who can still believe this stuff.

 

Boris Johnson warning: UK faces 100,000 Covid cases every 24hours by July - new statistics

BORIS JOHNSON has been warned the UK faces 100,000 Covid cases every 24 hours by July due to the rising number of cases of the Delta variant.

Around 90 percent of new infections are now the Delta variant - which was first recorded in India. Cases are reportedly doubling every nine days and has put the June 21 'Freedom Day' at risk.

Independent SAGE’s Professor Anthony Costello, from of University College London, said the real number of new infections was likely to be twice the 8,000 new daily cases revealed by tests.

He added: “In a month you’ll be up to 100,000 new cases a day.

"If the Government takes a gamble and let's rip like Tory backbenchers want, the NHS will be overloaded.

Mr Johnson is set to delay the ending of lockdown until July 19 to allow more people to be fully vaccinated against coronavirus, according to sources.

Cases of the mutant Indian strain have surged by 240 percent in the last week, prompting concern in Downing Street.

Under plans drawn up to be announced on Monday, a two-week review will be included meaning Covid restrictions could be dropped on July 5 if hospitalisations stay down.

Any delay will also give more people in their 40s a window to get their second dose of the vaccine and for it to take effect before restrictions are fully lifted.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1449130/boris-johnson-news-covid-announcement-june-21-lockdown-reopening-uk-covid-cases-deaths

Sorry but I don't get it. He says that hundreds of thousands of cases will swamp the NHS unless they all get jabbed. Isn't the majority already jabbed, does the jab not work, and if it does, is he only counting cases or are there more unjabbed than they told us about? Plus the NHS was never overloaded, most hospitals were empty. There were maybe a few ICU wards crowded because, lets face it, they only ever have a handful of beds. Also they had enough time to get in shape in case any new virus suddenly emerges again.

Or what else did they do during the months of thumb twiddling, nothing? Which seems strange.

 

Something doesn't add up.

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

How can I they get away with printing such 💩!

 

If that isn't incitement to violence against an individual, I don't know what is.

Its disgusting. 

As a people we are being turned on each other.

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

Its disgusting. 

As a people we are being turned on each other.

Yeah I saw it subtly suggested in an article the other day (sorry can't remember where) that people who don't take a vaccine are going to be blamed if the waiting list for an operation or nhs treatment is too long.

 

More lockdowns: people who don't take a vaccines fault

Grannys dead: people who don't take a vaccines fault

Economy in the shitter: people who don't take a vaccines fault.

You've got a bad cold :people who don't take a vaccines fault

Etc etc etc.....

 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Nonononono said:

Sorry but I don't get it. He says that hundreds of thousands of cases will swamp the NHS unless they all get jabbed. Isn't the majority already jabbed, does the jab not work, and if it does, is he only counting cases or are there more unjabbed than they told us about? Plus the NHS was never overloaded, most hospitals were empty. There were maybe a few ICU wards crowded because, lets face it, they only ever have a handful of beds. Also they had enough time to get in shape in case any new virus suddenly emerges again.

Or what else did they do during the months of thumb twiddling, nothing? Which seems strange.

 

Something doesn't add up.

 
 
 
" 70,741,984 jabs have been administered across the UK, including 29,450,653 2nd vaccines." 
 
that's a lot of injections, still they push the panic buttons. If they have been injected why are they so scared. It was only last week they were saying vaccine has been PROVEN to cut transmission. 

 

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6 minutes ago, Itsa said:

Yeah I saw it subtly suggested in an article the other day (sorry can't remember where) that people who don't take a vaccine are going to be blamed if the waiting list for an operation or nhs treatment is too long.

 

More lockdowns: people who don't take a vaccines fault

Grannys dead: people who don't take a vaccines fault

Economy in the shitter: people who don't take a vaccines fault.

You've got a bad cold :people who don't take a vaccines fault

Etc etc etc.....

 

 

 

 

I don't  mention my own status to anyone now.

A lady I know, we were talking and she said "don't say anything to anyone if they ask, it's going to get bad for us in the winter. They will be out for us."

 

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http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=235871

"Skull and crossbones sign given to unvaccinated in rural India."

Police in rural India have made some citizens who have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus wear signs with a skull and crossbones, the universal symbol for danger

 

"In modern contexts, it is generally used as a hazard symbol that warns of danger, usually in regard to poisonous substances, such as deadly chemicals."

 

The vaccinated should be the ones wearing this sign?

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

Ha lol'z, next spring now...... 😂

 

UK faces 100,000 cases EVERY DAY by July as Indian Covid variant drives up infections by more than a third over last week to 7,738 and Boris Johnson is warned by ministers lockdown rules will remain until next spring.

DM

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2 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

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The short answer, no.

 

The long answer is, there has been a four week extension added to 'Freedom Day' in order for SAGE to analyse the data from the Delta Variant. Come July 19th they will determine that the data suggest 'unlocking' would cause an upsurge in 'cases' and a Third Wave. So, to be on the side of caution, they will continue to impose restrictions, indefinitely.

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1 hour ago, Pina Colada said:

My kids have been doing some interesting work this year in English, I've seen a theme of maybe hinting at things, maybe my interpretation.

Anyway, 2 have been studying The Tempest, at the same time, one in Secondary, one in Primary, and I thought, mmm!

So in the Opening Ceremony, 2012, near the beginning, Kenneth Branagh comes on in top hat and tailcoat, as Caliban from The Tempest, and quotes the "I cried to dream again" speech.

 

Anyone know why they chose this bit of Shakespeare, it has to be relevant as the rest of it is so creepily relevant??????

 

 

Apologies for quoting my own post.

 

Anyway, have been doing some digging on this.

 

The 2012 Opening Ceremony, supposedly showcasing the Best of British, but actually presenting a series of breadcrumbs leading up to their apocalypse.

 

The Tempest is basically "a crew of men are shipwrecked on a magical island and tormented by an old man and his slaves."

 

Not very relevant at all.

 

But Act 5 Scene 1, "Oh brave new world, that has such people in it."

 

So Branagh did the Caliban speech from The Tempest in the Opening Ceremony- why?

 

Caliban is also a Marvel character, and that's where things get interesting.

 

"As a result of Apocalypse's bio-engineering, Caliban possesses superhuman strength. He can sense other mutants" (other people jabbed with the death jab???)

 

Caliban became 2 of the horsemen of the Apocalypse, Death and Pestilence- 

 

Are they saying that the bio-engineering (death jab) is 2 of the horsemen of the apocalypse all rolled into 1?

 

I think the Marvel films are much more than their face value of comic book entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

Ha lol'z, next spring now...... 😂

 

UK faces 100,000 cases EVERY DAY by July as Indian Covid variant drives up infections by more than a third over last week to 7,738 and Boris Johnson is warned by ministers lockdown rules will remain until next spring.

DM

 

We are still in THIS spring! Why don't they just say another fucking year! Pardon mon French.

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2 hours ago, Pina Colada said:

My kids have been doing some interesting work this year in English, I've seen a theme of maybe hinting at things, maybe my interpretation.

Anyway, 2 have been studying The Tempest, at the same time, one in Secondary, one in Primary, and I thought, mmm!

So in the Opening Ceremony, 2012, near the beginning, Kenneth Branagh comes on in top hat and tailcoat, as Caliban from The Tempest, and quotes the "I cried to dream again" speech.

 

Anyone know why they chose this bit of Shakespeare, it has to be relevant as the rest of it is so creepily relevant??????

 

 

 

The poem I don't know what to make of that, but the Tempest is about a storm isn't it ? Maybe they knew a storm was brewing.

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