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6 minutes ago, LightandLove said:

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!

Appreciate what you're saying and can sort of understand but I'm getting concerned by the pace. We may have unity and togetherness as we are rounded up and shipped off to the gulag but by then it's too late.

I really do fear the incoming next wave attack, it's going to be fast, powerful and knock us off our feet before we have chance to mount any sort of defense.

 

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The fact that David Icke keeps giving speeches at these London protests makes me very suspicious. I'm not saying he doesn't speak a lot of truth but surely he realises his presence is counterproductive given his public reputation (admittedly undeserved in many ways). Fair enough speaking once or twice, but not every time and he certainly shouldn't have wanted to be the 'headline act' at any of the protests.

 

Same goes for many of the other speakers. They seem to invite no ( or very few) scientists or doctors (apart from the German Dr who was arrested last year). And Piers Corbyn seems to be there to discredit those questioning the climate change official narrative.

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What I think we need is someone from the Nationalist community, the minority community, the Christian community, Muslim etc, to lead all those in each community as one body of people united against the tyranny. We may all have our ideological differences, but the main threat is the digital prison they're building around us. It could also be a way to bring those groups together for the benefit of all. Unfortunately I think the feds would be all over such a movement before it got off the ground.

 

Edit: I know some might ask why we need to do that, but people are looking for leaders.

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3 minutes ago, Outsider said:

Appreciate what you're saying and can sort of understand but I'm getting concerned by the pace. We may have unity and togetherness as we are rounded up and shipped off to the gulag but by then it's too late.

I really do fear the incoming next wave attack, it's going to be fast, powerful and knock us off our feet before we have chance to mount any sort of defense.

 

I know what you're saying and it feels like the attacks on the unjabbed are stepping up, its funny I even joked this afternoon and said we'll all be rounded up and taken to the gulag - used that exact word too.

 

 

I know on a personal level the battle has started, I've been getting daily harrassment and coercion to get the Jab from my boss and am now classed as a risk and my jabbed colleagues have to stay away from me. Theres so much more going on but just to say I've started fighting back with info and research to counteract their 💩 but its been a lonely fight, today helped me find a bit more strength. 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Captainlove said:

I see alot on here moaning, mostly keyboard warriors, we do need to take things up a few levels,Protesting does nothing,where are the real physical warriors to lead us into battle?

Find it hard to get any info here in Kernow about like minded people or pro active groups. Even though protest in  Truro was nice the speaker preached to the choir. Seemed more a group masterbation session rather than a protest. No one walking by seemed to stop.

About time at the very least people people stopped filming when the coppers arrest someone and help them instead.

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1 hour ago, Outsider said:

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.

Thats the correct approach.

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12 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Find it hard to get any info here in Kernow about like minded people or pro active groups. Even though protest in  Truro was nice the speaker preached to the choir. Seemed more a group masterbation session rather than a protest. No one walking by seemed to stop.

About time at the very least people people stopped filming when the coppers arrest someone and help them instead.

Agree with you. I went to a freedom group locally,they were all nice people but didnt really seem up for a fight. I might be wrong.

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1 hour 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.

The elites dont care a monkeys about protests. There were the coal miners,they still closed the pits. There was the poll tax,still brought in a tax under a different name. The many protests against wars,made no difference they still went to war.

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Speaking to my lady now, and though she agrees with me on many things, her attitude is very much what can I do about it.

In my opinion what we can do from an individual point of view is to(as many have said), be as independent of the system as possible and to spend not one second more with idiots and drainers of energy.

My logic with her was that we can grow as much food as possible. Establish if possible contacts with others who grow their own. Barter is now an option etc.

I have a huge stock of fire ready wood. Now I can boil rain water, heat food, resolve hygiene.

it may be that when things go really tits up, that I only have enough to to survive independently for a few months. But it might buy me more time for a true resistance to arrive.

 It’s regardless a good opportunity to remove all the pointless crap from our lives.

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48 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

The fact that David Icke keeps giving speeches at these London protests makes me very suspicious. I'm not saying he doesn't speak a lot of truth but surely he realises his presence is counterproductive given his public reputation (admittedly undeserved in many ways). Fair enough speaking once or twice, but not every time and he certainly shouldn't have wanted to be the 'headline act' at any of the protests.

 

Same goes for many of the other speakers. They seem to invite no ( or very few) scientists or doctors (apart from the German Dr who was arrested last year). And Piers Corbyn seems to be there to discredit those questioning the climate change official narrative.

(In case it isn't clear) I wasn't replying to your earlier comment @Mr H or anyone else on this thread. But interested to know what other people here think. I also noticed some of the anti-David Icke stuff on twatter you mentioned.

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7 hours ago, Mikheil said:

The new super draconian lockdown isn't far away. I make my own beer and wine, so I really don't give a shit. If you can't / wont learn how to make your own, I suggest you stock up, because the new super lockdown will stop ALL sales of booze. :I makes people behave irresponsibly" will be the reason.

 

I doubt if things will remain open until end September. The new 'wave' and the next variant is already on its way.

 

Mask up and be prepared for the entire country grinding to a halt. 

I make my own booze too. I don't drink a lot nowadays but I refuse to pay the price for it. Keg of wherry lasts me months, I do 30 bottle wine kits as well.

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9 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

The elites dont care a monkeys about protests. There were the coal miners,they still closed the pits. There was the poll tax,still brought in a tax under a different name. The many protests against wars,made no difference they still went to war.

It’s not the elite protests should be targeting - it’s the masses.

 

The elite need the masses on side; protests challenge the elites’ narrative.

 

If they weren’t fussed about protests they’d allow the press to report on them.

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1 minute ago, ar55 said:

It’s not the elite protests should be targeting - it’s the masses.

 

The elite need the masses on side; protests challenge the elites’ narrative.

 

If they weren’t fussed about protests they’d allow the press to report on them.

Sorry history says otherwise.

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6 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Speaking to my lady now, and though she agrees with me on many things, her attitude is very much what can I do about it.

In my opinion what we can do from an individual point of view is to(as many have said), be as independent of the system as possible and to spend not one second more with idiots and drainers of energy.

My logic with her was that we can grow as much food as possible. Establish if possible contacts with others who grow their own. Barter is now an option etc.

I have a huge stock of fire ready wood. Now I can boil rain water, heat food, resolve hygiene.

it may be that when things go really tits up, that I only have enough to to survive independently for a few months. But it might buy me more time for a true resistance to arrive.

 It’s regardless a good opportunity to remove all the pointless crap from our lives.

Yes this maybe a way forward,but we will need to unite and push back.

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6 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Sorry history says otherwise.

History has never seen what we’re currently living through.

 

Coal mines cannot be compared to this - they impacted a minority; this impacts everyone.

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2 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Yes this maybe a way forward,but we will need to unite and push back.

I agree. Just don’t know the right way to go about it.

imo protests should be held outside media and government office not in big squares and marches.

 Surely the MSM can’t ignore a protest if it stops them getting in/ out of the  the building.

Also the risk of people involved in protests or groups would be impossible to trust as how do you know the people you organise with are who they claim to be?

 

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5 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

The elites dont care a monkeys about protests. There were the coal miners,they still closed the pits. There was the poll tax,still brought in a tax under a different name. The many protests against wars,made no difference they still went to war.

The miners did fight though and they are not forgotten by many of us.

They lost because the government and the media closed ranks and made them villains

This time around we might be spread over a wider area but we are bound by a common loyalty to a cause and that could be our advantage. 

I went to a stand in the park and there wasnt many of us but we were all very different in every way possible.

I am sure it is a big worry to them that they do not have an easily defined target

 

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6 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

I agree. Just don’t know the right way to go about it.

imo protests should be held outside media and government office not in big squares and marches.

 Surely the MSM can’t ignore a protest if it stops them getting in/ out of the  the building.

Also the risk of people involved in protests or groups would be impossible to trust as how do you know the people you organise with are who they claim to be?

 

Yes thats always going to be a problem of infiltration.

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4 minutes ago, TerryH said:

The miners did fight though and they are not forgotten by many of us.

They lost because the government and the media closed ranks and made them villains

This time around we might be spread over a wider area but we are bound by a common loyalty to a cause and that could be our advantage. 

I went to a stand in the park and there wasnt many of us but we were all very different in every way possible.

I am sure it is a big worry to them that they do not have an easily defined target

 

I remember the miners fighting back they were brave,but as you said were destroyed by there own unions.

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UK Conservatives boycott party conference over imperious vaccine passports
https://reclaimthenet.org/uk-conservatives-boycott-party-conference-over-imperious-vaccine-passports/

 

'Key conservative legislators in the UK have confirmed they will not attend the official Conservative Party conference, and instead attend a rival conference in Manchester. The move is in protest of the Conservative-led government’s plans to introduce vaccine passports.'

 

“We can never recover from the pandemic under the shadow of exclusion and authoritarianism. There is a fine line between nudge and coercion and that line has now been crossed with serious consequences.”

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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

UK Conservatives boycott party conference over imperious vaccine passports
https://reclaimthenet.org/uk-conservatives-boycott-party-conference-over-imperious-vaccine-passports/

 

'Key conservative legislators in the UK have confirmed they will not attend the official Conservative Party conference, and instead attend a rival conference in Manchester. The move is in protest of the Conservative-led government’s plans to introduce vaccine passports.'

 

“We can never recover from the pandemic under the shadow of exclusion and authoritarianism. There is a fine line between nudge and coercion and that line has now been crossed with serious consequences.”

 

I saw this this morning but didn't get around to posting it.

 

Makes me wonder how many MP's and staffers have been double-jabbed.

 

Maybe all this VaxPass stuff is simply more fear-mongering as MP's who haven't been vaxxed will also be locked out of the same places as us.

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