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4 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Please tell me this is bs.

 

Exclusive poll: Two-thirds of Britons think coronavirus restrictions do not go far enough (Paywalled)
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/09/26/two-thirds-britons-think-coronavirus-restrictions-do-not-go/

 

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I think it is false propaganda.

Either a dubious self selecting sample, or just an outright lie.

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27 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

i got to 3 minutes and just started thinking of Alan partridge 

she is so shamelessly self serving and in love with herself 

 

Have to disagree with this - She did get a few good interviews with some of the guests NOTABLY with the German Doctor whose speech was cut short and Gareth Icke ( GREAT SPEECH from him, by the way in the early part of proceedings - pass that on to him, enjoyed his little bits of humour in with the facts). Perhaps G you should have just watched a little longer. Like you I am entitled to an opinion.

I will review her footage again later - is there more of her available - Been busy catching up with ALL the other streams today. Pity the msm picked up on the couple of little incidents that they always look for.

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5 minutes ago, Concerned Citizen said:

Have to disagree with this - She did get a few good interviews with some of the guests NOTABLY with the German Doctor whose speech was cut short and Gareth Icke ( GREAT SPEECH from him, by the way in the early part of proceedings - pass that on to him, enjoyed his little bits of humour in with the facts). Perhaps G you should have just watched a little longer. Like you I am entitled to an opinion.

 

Are you saying you don't find her insincere self serving in general??

do you find her genuine/endearing

 

i have watched more than three minutes of her to form my opinion

watching more will not change my view of how she comes across

the people who appear in her interviews might be interesting this has nothing to do with her or her personality

i posted a video of her interviewing tyranny sign man the other day he was interesting

she was obsessed with looking at her self in the camera 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Looks like cricket guy knew things were going to get ugly.

 

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People on Twitter are saying you don't wear stuff like that to a peaceful protest, but it just looks like protection to me, it's not for aggression. I don't see a cricket bat, just a helmet in case his head gets caved in.

 

He, according to a short clip posted on YT, was protesting on behalf of cricketers and cricket fans against the loss of a season's sport in solidarity with all sports affected by the needless restrictions.

 

A new ball in the hands of an opening bowler is more dangerous.

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22 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

Toxocologically speaking sunblock is a nightmare. There was a point where they promoted nanoparticles as being great at penetrating the skin, indeed they are,  but do people really want that stuff penetrating the largest organ of their body? 

 

https://www.breastcancer.org/risk/factors/sunscreen

 

I am very fair skinned, so prefer to not spend too long in the sun. But i rarely use sunscreen l, preferring a hat.

Wow...I actually use an SPF 50 on my face as it's raved that if you don't, your skin will age faster. Being a premature ager, I am desperate to hold back the clock 🤣

 

Guess that's that out the window! 

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Just now, serpentine said:

 

He, according to a short clip posted on YT, was protesting on behalf of cricketers and cricket fans against the loss of a season's sport in solidarity with all sports affected by the needless restrictions.

 

A new ball in the hands of an opening bowler is more dangerous.

 

Okay, thanks for explaining. Makes more sense now.

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23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Please tell me this is bs.

 

Exclusive poll: Two-thirds of Britons think coronavirus restrictions do not go far enough (Paywalled)
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/09/26/two-thirds-britons-think-coronavirus-restrictions-do-not-go/

 

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Propaganda.

 

I only rarely read the Telegraph, but I've noticed that there's been a definitive shift from the old 'Torygraph' towards a globalist, NWO narrative. The Guardian has done the same from the other direction. Your choice in the print media - you have no choice.

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3 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

Are you saying you don't find her insincere self serving in general??

do you find her genuine/endearing

 

i have watched more than three minutes of her to form my opinion

watching more will not change my view of how she comes across

the people who appear in her interviews might be interesting this has nothing to do with her or her personality

i posted a video of her interviewing tyranny sign man the other day he was interesting

she was obsessed with looking at her self in the camera 

 

 

 

 

Have to say I have some doubts BUT at least some sheeple might see the light - just hopeful. Have to be that under these circumstances.

I did write to her a week or so ago with some links about pcr etc and did get a reply. Her reply was that she was not able to put my links on her platform - yes, that makes me a little suspicious. Yes I saw your video posting + comment about her previously. I like to think that I am looking at ALL sides of this situation.

 

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25 minutes ago, Concerned Citizen said:

Have to disagree with this - She did get a few good interviews with some of the guests NOTABLY with the German Doctor whose speech was cut short and Gareth Icke ( GREAT SPEECH from him, by the way in the early part of proceedings - pass that on to him, enjoyed his little bits of humour in with the facts). Perhaps G you should have just watched a little longer. Like you I am entitled to an opinion.

I will review her footage again later - is there more of her available - Been busy catching up with ALL the other streams today. Pity the msm picked up on the couple of little incidents that they always look for.

Does Gareth know her? He hugged her and said nice to see you. 

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4 minutes ago, Concerned Citizen said:

Have to say I have some doubts BUT at least some sheeple might see the light - just hopeful. Have to be that under these circumstances.

I did write to her a week or so ago with some links about pcr etc and did get a reply. Her reply was that she was not able to put my links on her platform - yes, that makes me a little suspicious. Yes I saw your video posting + comment about her previously. I like to think that I am looking at ALL sides of this situation.

 

Imo Anna Brees is not to be trusted.

 

Ex BBC and ITV journalist asking for donations and not asking the right questions about corrupt Government and Big Pharma.

 

In this video (August) she says "it's good to see people following the rules and trusting the Government!"

 

 

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Took the train in to Charing x for the demo. Sat behind a couple of girls/women aged around early 20s. Wearing masks. Near the end of the journey, one started to complain to the other about a mutual friend. She said he was a bio-med student who refused to wear a mask on trains. She said she'd reprimanded him, saying that he, of all people, should be acting responsibly. There's still a lot of work to do.

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20 minutes ago, pete675 said:

 

Propaganda.

 

I only rarely read the Telegraph, but I've noticed that there's been a definitive shift from the old 'Torygraph' towards a globalist, NWO narrative. The Guardian has done the same from the other direction. Your choice in the print media - you have no choice.

 

Definitely seems fishy.

 

Where I live plenty of people think this corona crap is bollocks, but I can't speak for people everywhere. I know some here think society is a lost cause, but there are pockets of sanity, although it might differ based on location and demographics. There are still plenty of people where I live that don't wear masks too. All the places where people can talk with others about what is going on in their communities are being targeted though, like pubs for example. That's the worrying part.

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Disgusting behaviour by the police FORCE. Shame on you

 

Shame on the Daily Mail too for reporting she fell over. She was assaulted by the Government's swine.

 

 

 

 

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"A woman falls to the ground near policemen as officers moved in to disperse protesters in Trafalgar Square, London today"

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8775451/At-15-000-people-cram-Trafalgar-Square-Not-Consent-rally-against-lockdown.html

 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Exclusive poll: Two-thirds of Britons think coronavirus restrictions do not go far enough (Paywalled)
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/09/26/two-thirds-britons-think-coronavirus-restrictions-do-not-go/

 

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Almost two-thirds of people believe the Government's latest Covid-19 restrictions do not go far enough, a poll reveals.

A survey of more than 2,000 adults found that 63 per cent believed that the measures taken last week fell short of the action that should have been taken.

Some 51 per cent of respondents favoured closing gyms and beauty salons now to lower the rate of coronavirus infections.

The findings chime with internal polling that has led ministers to believe that the priority for many members of the public is to see the pandemic brought under control.

However, they contrast with concerns raised by many Conservative MPs about the extent of restrictions.

One senior Tory claimed that the public had been driven to backing "authoritarian" measures having been made "fearful" by government warnings about the threat posed by Covid-19.

Boris Johnson faces a rebellion over the Government's approach to the pandemic, with MPs expressing concern that ministers are introducing curbs to basic freedoms without Parliament having a sufficient say.

The ORB International survey was carried out after Boris Johnson announced a raft of new measures including a 10pm curfew on pubs and restaurants, a 15-person cap on weddings and a return to working at home for office workers, which are likely to remain in place until March, a year on from the start of lockdown.

 

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Of 2,087 people surveyed by ORB last week, 83 per cent said they were worried about a second wave of Covid-19 "hitting the UK hard".

Asked whether the measures taken last week went far enough, 63 per cent said they did not, while 24 per cent indicated that the restrictions were sufficient.

Some 51 per cent said that the Government should close gyms and beauty salons - some of the last venues to re-open following the lockdown - while 34 per cent disagreed.

Only 13 per cent of respondents said that they believed the spread of the virus in the UK was under control - a drop from 33 per cent in late May.

 

Meanwhile, fewer than a third (28 per cent) of respondents strongly agreed that their colleagues and friends were following the rules on wearing face coverings, while some 12 per cent suggested that their acquaintances were largely failing to abide by the rules.

Only 31 per cent of respondents said the Government was handling the pandemic "well" compared to 63 per cent who disagreed.

On Friday, Sadiq Khan, the London Mayor, raised the spectre of further potential restrictions in the capital, after the city was added to the national Covid "watch list".

Amid rising infections across the UK, 620 new cases were confirmed in London on Friday.

In a televised address on Tuesday night, the Prime Minister said the latest national measures were necessary to prevent a second national lockdown which would involve school closures, saying: “We must do all we can to avoid going down that road again.”

The ORB survey was carried out online on Wednesday and Thursday.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Looks like copper punched in stomach first

 

YES - I watched it LIVE on Sat. She was AGGRESSIVELY PUSHED / PUNCHED to the ground in my opinion. She did NOT fall as msm report.

THIS will be picked up by UK column news I am sure BUT it needs to be SHOWN to those sleeping sheeple!!! I try to do my bit but friends!!!??? etc just have had enough of me telling them "the facts". Keep trying though!

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