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9 hours ago, Prometheus said:

Protests should arrange their own security to deal with trouble makers that the Police don't have too and also to deal with the Police should they act unlawfully and deal with over-zealous and violent (scared) officers that need to be restrained but are supported by their own kind.

 

 

  • Responsibility, Security, Legality

 

- I wonder how that sounds in Latin?

 

The responsibility lays with an individual who gets arrested unlawfully to take MET to court for assault, kidnap and false imprisonment AND get compensation. If you don't, you are agreeing with their action. Yeah you might as well let them walk all over you.

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Exactly what I have said all along. It's not about money or rich vs poor these days, not when they control the money supply. It's about power. It's not a class struggle anymore, it's those who want to be free vs those that want the world to themselves, with the exception of a few serfs to man the machines. They don't need as many people about with automation anyway, hence why they can crash economies and not have to worry about the economic impact.

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

Comes back to my earlier post to odds that we now have to question if these protests are controlled opposition and the people that organise them are fuckin shills. Question everything they say.

These protests are just the act of walking in ever decreasing circles as the walls close in. Not one of those same old faces on stage is proposing a means to break through the wall.

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I think everyone that has been watching this crap closely since Wuhan is a bit burned out and was looking for a miracle strategy today. While I am seeing a lot of defeatism today on alternative social media, did today's protest at least give some a morale boost? Once people lose hope, then we're done I guess. Did it keep some peoples spirits up?

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53 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Not that that I'm advocating anything dodgy, but just making our voices heard until they respect our right to be left alone.

Let’s not beat around the bush, it’s going to get a point where the unvaccinated are seen as ‘fair game’.

 

We’re about a month or two away from being placed in the same bracket as paedos.

 

Thankfully, your average jabbed moron is a twerp who’ll do nothing but run their mouth - even when their masters try coaxing them into attacking.

 

As a guy who has trained in martial arts since age four, I will be exercising my right to self defence.

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11 minutes ago, ar55 said:

Let’s not beat around the bush, it’s going to get a point where the unvaccinated are seen as ‘fair game’.

 

We’re about a month or two away from being placed in the same bracket as paedos.

 

Thankfully, your average jabbed moron is a twerp who’ll do nothing but run their mouth - even when their masters try coaxing them into attacking.

 

No reactions, but probably true. The only exception is your average football hooligan types I guess. They're the men in society with the testosterone, the ones that in the old days would be the warriors. They're distracted by trivial things like TV though, and have been separated from the brains in society.

 

On 7/20/2021 at 12:54 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

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36 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Not sure we have time for the long game.

Doesn't feel like we have, 16 months have passed and during that short period so much ground has been lost. Have we been demoralised to some degree much like our vaxed fellow citizens? Day after day of relentless propaganda and waves of soul destroying rules and laws. We need something to boost our morale, a small victory of sorts to give us a bit of hope.

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Perhaps protests in and of themselves aren’t the answer to the main problem, but as they are getting bigger and bigger, perhaps people - especially those who know it’s bs - but are hesitant to do anything about it because they feel they’re in a minority, or other reasons, can see the movement growing and will start to come around; especially as the governments are getting more draconian each week.

 

Critical mass is needed, lots of it lol; and so every bit helps; gather more and more to the cause.

 

It would be good though to get thousands to do what xr did; just need the sheer weight of numbers.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

I think everyone that has been watching this crap closely since Wuhan is a bit burned out and was looking for a miracle strategy today. While I am seeing a lot of defeatism today on alternative social media, did today's protest at least give some a morale boost? Once people lose hope, then we're done I guess. Did it keep some peoples spirits up?

Yes its given me hope that I'm not alone. I find solace and sanity here but there's nothing like feeling the energy of the crowd and being around like minded people.

There were kids playing in the fountain in the sun whilst we sang, I took a friend who did not have a clue about anything and they had their eyes opened. It was great to see David and Gareth in person.

I know people are criticising it all but for me it definitely gave me a boost and hope!

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17 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

I think everyone that has been watching this crap closely since Wuhan is a bit burned out and was looking for a miracle strategy today. While I am seeing a lot of defeatism today on alternative social media, did today's protest at least give some a morale boost? Once people lose hope, then we're done I guess. Did it keep some peoples spirits up?

 

I think they are worthwhile. There is often a lot of criticism, of people in public eye who speak out because they don't have the perfect background, or because they have been in the public eye they inevitably have links to some of these satantists. Or about the protests because them in on itself doesn't change things.

 

I'm of the opinion, you do what you can, when you can, by whomever you can. These are tools in the toolkit. No one tool is perfect....

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5 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

No reactions, but probably true. The only exception is your average football hooligan type I guess. They're the men in society with the testosterone, the ones that in the old days would be the warriors. They're distracted by trivial things like TV though, and have been seperated from the brains in society.

 

The jabbed moron is fairly ineffectual as a single unit but as a group I fear could be incredibly dangerous. I never forget that they are psychotic and are still operating under a spell. They could be capable of anything given the appropriate trigger. 

The legions of those still wearing a mask are the ones to be wary of....they are voluntarily displaying cult membership and will defend the cult come what may.

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10 minutes ago, ar55 said:

Protests are 100% the answer.

 

The elite are desperate to make it seem as if a tiny minority are against the jab.

 

Massive protests show people this is not the case.

For now it's all we have.

I think the fighting stage may well become inevitable though. Either that or they leave us alone to form our own society, which is what I see happening in the short term.

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