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2 hours ago, zArk said:

where do you go when you have made the police the focus of your frustration and aggression?

 

the social fabric of law breaks down

 

those rioting young men on the continent are all controlled groups.

 

anyone looking to kick off on the police are at best 'idiots', at worst 'agitators'

 

its not the Police writing the statutes, creating the news programs, making tanoy announcements in supermarkets

 

focussing upon the Police is narrowminded

 

 

 

Well, the police are the front line of defense for the police state, so until they 'choose their side' they are going to bear the brunt of the anger directed at the politicians who hide behind them. But the amount of hate which they are being lambasted with will surely make them wither and die, like the 'the men who stare at goats' or the 'rice experiment' where the loved rice stayed fresh in it's jar but the hated rice turned black and the ignored rice just rotted away.

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11 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

A full wool gown, taking the piss there aren't they. Rainbow coloured sheep's wool. 

 

 

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Baphomet might parachute in for a live sacrifice...would the sheep bat an eye lid.

 

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I expect it to get worse before it gets better

 

they will push their plan to jab everyone

( no jab no job etc)

 i say

stay strong stick to your beliefs if your out of work  or can‘t go to supermarkets YOU can still survive look at all the wars and catastrophes that have been ! People find a way to survive 

 

once the masses realise their power !
the system cant survive without all of us working together !

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4 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

From her speech yesterday, she manages to get in "our friends in Tel Aviv" at about 40 seconds.

 

 

 

 

I find it disturbing the cheers and applause Hopkins gets. She is full of bile and I can't stand the cow. Perhaps the organizers want to lead the crowd and others onto a dead path?!

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6 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

The root of the demographic issues. She always points at Muslims and not the source of the issue.

 

Hopkins is a massive islamophobe with a big mouth. There is nothing she has to say which I wish to hear.

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18 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

This reminds me of Huxley's "Brave New World" - its been a while since I read it, so forgive the lack of detail, but there were basically 'savages' (as the city-dwellers called them), who were 'wild humans' living outside of the ordered and arranged society within the cities. It seems to me how this begins, by ostracising those who refuse the 'jibjabs', and forcing them out of 'society'.

 

They pretty much tell us this is whats going to happen.

My biggest concern is all the people who do not live in our city. Those we lost on the way. Those who decided that it became too much, all this technology. Those who felt obsolete and useless when robots and AI took over big parts of our jobs. Those who got upset with the political system and turned against it. They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/worldeconomicforum/2016/11/10/shopping-i-cant-really-remember-what-that-is-or-how-differently-well-live-in-2030/?sh=35951f6a1735

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54 minutes ago, dirtydog said:

 

Overpopulation does need to be controlled, especially on this small island of Great Britain. Boris Johnson is doing nothing to stop that, in fact immigration under the Tories is higher than ever and has been relentlessly for over a decade. Huge illegal immigration, all approved by the entire British establishment. Even vaster legal immigration, year after year after year. Also we import the sorts of people who have big families and then pay them benefits to breed them. It's a funny kind of population control. 

 

Exactly right, their obsession with depopulation and vaccines and their obsession with immigration is a contradiction. Thing is they want people just not "these people". 

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1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

however i did get to see up close and personal the 2-3000 mostly young people on bikes completely stop the traffic (still dont know what it was about

This ?

 

"The mass ride-out sees young people take to the streets of London as part of a protest against knife crime in the capital which aims to bring young people from different backgrounds together."

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9823631/Shocking-moment-dozens-bike-riders-pull-wheelies-run-red-light-central-London.html

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

I listened to 2 hours of them interviews you posted last night & never really got to the point of contagion myth.

Ebola I knew was a hoax.

Other was just about test fraud.

ah David takes as a given that the listener already knows that there is no scientific proof of contagion or infection or transmission

and so embarks on a study of the studies and practice of those proclaiming the infectious myth

he needles out oddities and inconsistencies in their work

has guests on who qualify the problems with institutions and medical practice

 

like in that audio he mentions 'visiting a cave' being a tick box for ebola

he mentions that many ebola cases had no virus cultured

he was saying the facts dont match the narrative

the narrative is constructed to perpetuate the infectious myth

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10 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

Exactly right, their obsession with depopulation and vaccines and their obsession with immigration is a contradiction. Thing is they want people just not "these people". 

 

Is it really a contradiction though? South Korea and Japan's fertility rates are screwed because of the degeneracy the elites push there. Us Europeans obviously don't have many kids these days, and we take in many that do, but that's only because they're weaponized against us. What happens when we have been brought to our knees though? They can start to target the other groups, and there will be no Westerners that believe in human rights to stand up for them, surely? I think they need to target the most developed nations before the others can fall.

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3 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Is it really a contradiction though? South Korea and Japan's fertility rates are screwed because of the degeneracy the elites push there. Us Europeans obviously don't have many kids these days, and we take in many that do, but that's only because they're weaponized against us. What happens when we have been brought to our knees though? They can start to target the other groups, and there will be no Westerners that believe in human rights to stand up for them, surely? I think they need to target the most developed nations before the others can fall.

 

Japan and SK don't need to have the high population levels they currently have, and nor do we. A lower birth rate is only a temporary problem which will resolve itself with a generation or so, ie. 'the ageing population' and allegedly not enough younger people to pay and care for them. So what, we import millions of people who are hopelessly incompatible instead, and are usually net tax burdens, and think that will solve the problem do we? And just ignore that the immigrants will also get old and make the eventual problem even bigger. 

 

Japan and SK are right to resist multiculturalism and mass immigration which have been a disaster for the West. They need smaller populations in future in order to provide enough power and food for them to keep the lights on and feed themselves. More mouths to feed and more power generation is a far more serious and permanent problem than the temporary and perfectly manageable one of the 'ageing population'. 

 

The UK should have no more than 15-20 million people, not 70m and counting. Even 15-20m would make us more densely populated especially in England, than most other countries in the world. To keep deliberately increasing it sharply each year even while we need to import food and energy, and making that problem bigger each year, is absolutely criminal. And we were never asked if we wanted it to happen (because they knew we'd say NO). 

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1 hour ago, dirtydog said:

 

Overpopulation does need to be controlled, especially on this small island of Great Britain. Boris Johnson is doing nothing to stop that, in fact immigration under the Tories is higher than ever and has been relentlessly for over a decade. Huge illegal immigration, all approved by the entire British establishment. Even vaster legal immigration, year after year after year. Also we import the sorts of people who have big families and then pay them benefits to breed them. It's a funny kind of population control. 

Overpopulation could be an illusion.

Official estimates range from 80% to 98% of the land has not been built on...roads/pavements count as being built on....gardens parks and the like count as unbuilt on.So there is probably a little bit of space left before the 'no vacancies' signs go up

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Seeing people on telegram questioning the organisation of yesterday's protest. Following questions are who funded the stage, big screen etc. How were they allowed to pitch up and do that event in Westminster of all places when there's a ban on protests?

 

Seems people are getting concerned about the organisers being shills and directing people away from the real issues. A comment made was that none of the speakers have a leaders speech, zero direction, just at the same old freedom chants with zero calls on how to do it. 

 

Seems people are wising-up to the controlled opposition as well. 

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DARE YOU, CALL FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST POLICE?

 

We can all see where these Protests are heading. Black people in the U.S.A got there a little quicker but the English will soon figure it out.

 

Its heading for Violent Protests, direct action, mobs rampaging ans burning the streets, militant movements and plenty of MI5 undercover Cops feulling the violence and organising the riots in the same way they'd catch terrorists by supporting their radicalisation and terror acts from funding their cells to supplying the bombs themselves.

 

This is exactly what they want, the terrorist laws that where the seeds of our future legal enslavement will then be revised to include all that stand against the Government Pigs and their Police Dogs.

 

I don't see how it can be stopped. Making a terrorist out of your political opponents is as old as it is painfully effective in the final stages of assuming complete power and totalitarian control.

 

Except this time its the whole World and not just a Nation.

 

When will people finally understand and see. Well, they will manage it so that they won't show their final hand until they've imprisoned enough dissidents that when they realise they must resort to the most serious action..... There won't be nearly enough of them left.

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2 minutes ago, TerryH said:

Overpopulation could be an illusion.

Official estimates range from 80% to 98% of the land has not been built on...roads/pavements count as being built on....gardens parks and the like count as unbuilt on.So there is probably a little bit of space left before the 'no vacancies' signs go up

 

It's not an illusion, you just have to open your eyes when you go outside, especially in England. I don't mean 'we literally cannot possibly squeeze another person in' though, which perhaps is your definition. England is one of the most densely populated places on Earth and the quality of life here is less than it should be because of that. We need space to grow food and for drainage amongst other things, you know, to stop homes flooding and the like. The 'no vacancies' sign should have gone up in the 1950s, then Britain wouldn't have turned into a shithole. 

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6 minutes ago, TerryH said:

Overpopulation could be an illusion.

Official estimates range from 80% to 98% of the land has not been built on...roads/pavements count as being built on....gardens parks and the like count as unbuilt on.So there is probably a little bit of space left before the 'no vacancies' signs go up

 

It's not just about space though. It's about how much people consume in my opinion. America alone consumes about a quarter of the world's resources. The elites want the green spaces while everyone else lives in modern megacity favelas.

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Overpopulation is very real, however because the elite comprise about 1% of society, they then see 99% of the population (being poor people) as the obvious problem.

 

Common sense really... Ha! 'common'...

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2 hours ago, Morpheus said:

What do you think the answer is? I'm not sure myself, but I always wonder what people mean by mass non-compliance? 

 

If that is to work it requires huge numbers to be effective, but what does it entail? Everyone to stay at home and just say no to anything? It needs a framework that's for sure. 

Out of likes.

There seems to be many posters dissing (is that a word?) the protests but none of them are coming up with an alternative.

As for staying at home to protest, isn't that what they want, hence the lockdowns?

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Just now, Dazzer said:

Out of likes.

There seems to be many posters dissing (is that a word?) the protests but none of them are coming up with an alternative.

As for staying at home to protest, isn't that what they want, hence the lockdowns?

I appreciate the sentiment but that's not what I said. 

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1 hour ago, Michael said:

 

In Australia they arent even creative anymore.

They dont even try to hide what they are doing.

If you lock down a city because of 1 death, than that already tells all you need to know.

Its mind boggeling that not all citizens simply go out there and put an end to this.

Its ridicolous.

1 death,....its like a bad written novel from a guy that was bored and wrote a book.

How obvious does it need to get?

Does a nuclear bomb need to detonate for the sheep to awaken or what?

Said the same the other day about Australia, the place has to be one of the hardest hit with lockdowns but the seem to be doing nothing. I wonder if it's about travel, as in it's such a remote place that people are ok with just staying put. If you compare Europe people are constantly moving from country to country with work and travel. 

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The world's population is around 7,800,000,000[3] and Earth's total area (including land and water) is 510,000,000 km2 (197,000,000 sq. mi.).[4] Therefore, from this very crude type of calculation, the worldwide human population density is approximately 7,500,000,000 ÷ 510,000,000 = 14.7 per km2 (38 per sq. mi.).

 

However, if only the Earth's land area of 150,000,000 km2 (58,000,000 sq. mi.) is taken into account, then human population density is 50 per km2 (129 per sq. mi.). This includes all continental and island land area, including Antarctica.

 

Furthermore, if Antarctica is also excluded, then population density rises to over 55 people per km2 (over 142 per sq. mi.)

 

That's like one person per 20 metres, so yes it's over populated and that's not taking into account Fat people...

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