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15 minutes ago, Simple Actions said:

Harrass them too in a very discrete and annoying way but it 'won't even scratch Their surfice' i imagine. 

I believe the only solution will be for you to get a non smart phone, an older phone and change number. 

If you are afraid of ''being put on a list'' as a result of you rightfully speaking your mind, then whats the point of anything? Keep your true self and primal roots on top! 

The next time they text me they have initiated exactly that. 

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7 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

That might be right, but my understanding was that the pet chips cost a few bob & come in syringes if fluid, ready to inject. You still might be right though.

 

Just for fun I checked that number from scanner on www.petmicrochiplookup.org and it says:

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The Microchip is distributed or manufactured by: HomeAgain, A lost pet's best chance

For more information please call: 888-466-3242
or visit: http://www.homeagain.com/

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Fluke said:

The next time they text me they have initiated exactly that. 

Yes indeed. I know also as my own experience, its quite a hassle on having to change numbers and / or phones just to avoid ''stuff'' but in the end...it was the only way. Even so i still use an iphone 5 which i managed to avoid certain System updates in which i still have some control over it. But an old Nokia 3310 does the job ;)

 

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Just now, Simple Actions said:

Yes indeed. I know also as my own experience, its quite a hassle on having to change numbers and / or phones just to avoid ''stuff'' but in the end...it was the only way. Even so i still use an iphone 5 which i managed to avoid certain System updates in which i still have some control over it. But an old Nokia 3310 does the job ;)

 

I would play naive and troll the f out of them, but the number they gave me was 119 and i dont want to waste time if Richard down the road has cut his hand off with an angle grinder. Or some old buggers having a heart attack. 

 

I will think of something ;)

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4 minutes ago, Fluke said:

I would play naive and troll the f out of them, but the number they gave me was 119 and i dont want to waste time if Richard down the road has cut his hand off with an angle grinder. Or some old buggers having a heart attack. 

 

I will think of something ;)

hahahahah.... spot on! 

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1 hour ago, octoplex said:

 

Good questions. I intend to write a dedicated post on this topic soon, but for now, here are some ideas on how to stop acquiesing:

 

1. Stop visiting any shops that require you to wear the uniform of oppression. There are many wholesalers online who will sell you much better fruit, vegetables, and other food, and deliver it to your home. It's cheaper and potentially more efficient to do this anyway (no open-front freezers, lighting, heat, and staff costs like in a supermarket.) 

 

Summary: Defund all retail outlets that are violating the nuremberg code by forcing a medical intervention on you (masks).

 

There are good independent online specialist retailers which I use.   However, I very much believe it is very important to use cash as much as possible and not electronic payments, which give no privacy and total, instant control of your money.   Any physical shop or business that has gone cashless does not get my custom nor ones that are all Covidian. 

I don't wear a mask in shops.  I also prefer to use the smaller independent shops instead of the supermarkets that are very much pushing the COVID rules.

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According to this article by America's Frontline Doctors (whose website recently had to be rebuilt after Amazon pulled the plug on hosting it), a court in Lisbon was forced to provide verified data on Covid mortality following a citizen's petition.

 

It was found that, of the 17,000 deaths in Portugal supposedly from the disease, only 152 could be verified as being due to Covid rather than other causes.

 

https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/frontlinenews/lisbon-court-rules-only-0-9-of-verified-cases-died-of-covid-numbering-152-not-17000-claimed/

Lisbon court rules only 0.9% of ‘verified cases’ died of COVID, numbering 152, not 17,000 claimed

I think we can conclude that it is very likely that the same magnitude of deception is being committed across the globe with the PCR testing regime lying at the heart of the matter and key to unravelling the fraud.

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11 hours ago, Morpheus said:

The fight or flight mode of our brains is controlled by the reptilian part of the brain, not the ego. The R complex is the building blocks of our brains, but it's not the ego. Fun fact, when the R complex is activated it sends oxigenated blood away from your brain and torso straight to your arms and legs. Makes sense if you need to run or fight. 

 

Mate. Too many slob slave drones wouldn't know what flight or fight is unless their black mirror told them.

 

Society has been dumbed down so much. 

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Just now, shadowmoon said:

Has anyone noticed food shortages/empthshelves yet in supermarkets?

I have heard it discussed, but I only try to go once a month now as is so annoying.

Not particularly where I am (East Anglia, UK) but I have noticed unusual price rises on various food items

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Have to agree with Hitchens here & what I stated previously about how pathetic this country is.

People thinks its hilarious tho, but the jokes on you as always. Why they use all these slimey politicians & their dramas.

Yes Britain is one big soap opera.
When psychopath Hancock blatantly lied & contradicted himself on countless occasions..specially on Vitamin D the media & sheeple slaves of this country didnt bat an eye lid.

This is the most blatant crony scumbag the countries seen & even once when he was trying to deny this fact, he had a photo of a pub in the background belonging to him & his mate "The Cock Inn", he gave a nice government contract too.

 

 

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Hmmmm, beware of ditching shops for online food sales. That will create even more reliance on the internet. I tend to blame the Gates internet experiment as the cause of closed shops, closed offices, closed businesses and dumbed down education. Internet was great when it started but now used as social control too much. Next step will be online store deliveries of food and resulting unemployment.

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38 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Driver shortage sounds complete bs.

I’m not so sure about that . It’s affecting the hospitality market that I work in. Booze suppliers/wholesalers are struggling to find drivers so much so that some are turning away new business because they are struggling to deliver to exiting customers. 

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24 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Hmmmm, beware of ditching shops for online food sales. That will create even more reliance on the internet. I tend to blame the Gates internet experiment as the cause of closed shops, closed offices, closed businesses and dumbed down education. Internet was great when it started but now used as social control too much. Next step will be online store deliveries of food and resulting unemployment.

I was ordering food online before this plandemic started because we don't have a car. F Tesco pissed on their old customers who had subscriptions for boomers who first time in their entire life placed online order... Never ever will shop again with these scums. 😕

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13 minutes ago, Sidlittle said:

I’m not so sure about that . It’s affecting the hospitality market that I work in. Booze suppliers/wholesalers are struggling to find drivers so much so that some are turning away new business because they are struggling to deliver to exiting customers. 

Surprisingly Iceland never had problem with this... I remember worst BS when Royal Mail said they had crisis when everyone was placing online orders. They did some reductions and my friend couldn't manage with all the letters and said to be prepared for the delays. WTF even it was? 🤣

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