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22 minutes ago, Coldrum said:

Looks like the lady in green , went down on the ground twice , 

Interesting facebook comment https://t.co/OesuTQMpUR?amp=1

 

Covid world weirdness for sure.

 

If she was a provocateur, she sure likes to be thrown around & the pig that tried to pull the chair away from her could have easily broke her neck.

 

So much video of evidence of how the police deliberately sabotage these protests, purely for the media.

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11 hours ago, Athenry04 said:

Utter fucking cunts, the dibble don't yet realise they'll be thrown on the bonfire, same as the rest of us. FTP.

 

Absolutely, they are pussies (pardon my French) and I have no sympathy for them at all. Choose your side! Because it's their kids who are going to be deprived of anything resembling a normal life and they are enforcing it! I think this is all a set-up to make police look out of their depth and to create a demand for more “fire-power” to ensure the rules are obeyed, to protect public health, blah, blah, blah...but it's their jobs that are on the line if they are replaced by more force.

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Dave Gill

🚨🚨🚨SHARE WITH EVERYONE!🚨🚨🚨

KNOW THE TRUTH OF THE FAKE NEWS AND SEE EXACTLY HOW IT WORKS!

LAST VIDEO IMPORTANT TO SEE HOW THE POLICE AMBUSHED THE PEACEFUL PROTEST AND WERE THE MAIN CAUSE OF THE PROBLEMS SHOWN ON MAINSTREAM MEDIA WHERE THEY BLAME THE PROTESTERS!

Please read before sharing.

Same lady

2 separate incidents

1st incident (2 videos) - The police ambushed during the PEACEFUL protest for no particular reason, as no crimes had been committed. They then pulled an “old lady” off her chair while she was dancing, (making herself known to the police? Also, how did the man filming know that they were going to do something to her before they did? 🤔) The police officer then pulls the chair from under her. After being thrown off her chair she then decides to go towards the officers (why?) and you can clearly see the police officer leans from where he is and makes an effort to grab hold of her arm (as if he recognised her) and drags her towards him. She’s then punched and attacked and then thrown to the floor. 🤷🏽‍♂️

So why, after being attacked like she did would you then do this?

2nd Incident - After being “attacked” she then decides to push her way through a crowd of people (different incident than the other video of the chair) and charges towards a different officer (who also seems to recognise her 🤔) He doesn’t react straight away but then throws her to the floor when he does decide to react just like the other officers did, they then leave her there and act as if nothing happened, waiting for a reaction from the crowd.

This is the same lady in both incidents.

Why is she charging towards the police?

Because she is an actress used by the police to cause riots in situations where they need an excuse to enforce restrictions. (Like peaceful protests of truth tellers who “won’t do as they’re told” 😂)

Usually these actors run towards the police, the police treat them like they did in the videos, this then cause the people they are trying to control react out of anger, therefore giving the government a reason to enforce further restrictions.

It’s a tactic called;

Problem

Reaction

Solution

Problem - People talking truth and THE POWERS THAT BE don’t want YOU to hear, what the truth is, no socialising making sense?

Reaction - They then use a paid actress to charge towards the police so she can be attacked and causes a riot between THE PEOPLE and the police out of anger.

Solution - THE POWERS THAT BE can then enforce tighter restrictions on the people and blame THE PEOPLE for the reason for these restrictions.

These ACTORS are paid to cause a problem.

It’s also known as getting ORDER OUT OF CHAOS.

They create the CHAOS and that way they get ORDER they knew they’d get by causing it.

This will not be shown on the news.

This is used to manipulate what you are shown in the media.

Understand that the police will use these tactics to cause problems to enforce the laws they already wanted to begin with but didn’t have a reason to.

They use this “old lady” actress to manipulate your emotions to incite anger.

Don’t fall for their games anymore.

YOU KNOW THEIR TACTICS!

Last video shows how the police AMBUSHED the peaceful protest and caused the violence.

Don’t believe the FAKE NEWS who say it was the protesters!

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36 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Covid world weirdness for sure.

 

If she was a provocateur, she sure likes to be thrown around & the pig that tried to pull the chair away from her could have easily broke her neck.

 

So much video of evidence of how the police deliberately sabotage these protests, purely for the media.

 

Maybe she's a time-traveller from the 1950's but women of a certain age don't dress like that anymore; a two-piece, knee-length, green tweed suit, with wooly stockings, fur-trimmed ankle boots, a huge head-scarf, dark glasses and a stiff red wig!

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12 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Yeah, dodgy AF! Undercover officer in drag?

🙄🙄🙄 It is NOT an undercover officer. That was an older woman, and the police WERE being heavy handed. When they came and stormed the speeches at Trafalgar, they arrested the German doctor and then it all went a bit mad. The protestors went off to march through Central London and then to Hyde Park. When we were in Hyde Park, they started on a guy playing guitar and proceeded to kick him and taze him. I went up to the riot police and asked them wtf is going on and one of them shoved me backwards. They also attacked my brother for no reason and my cousin, who were trying to help from stopping protestors getting angry and attacking the police back! So don't believe the people crying crisis actor etc. The police ARE bullies and WILL attack you for NO reason.

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2 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Maybe she's a time-traveller from the 1950's but women of a certain age don't dress like that anymore; a two-piece, knee-length, green tweed suit, with wooly stockings, fur-trimmed ankle boots, a huge head-scarf, dark glasses and a stiff red wig!

And jumping up and down on a folding chair ...

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3 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Maybe she's a time-traveller from the 1950's but women of a certain age don't dress like that anymore; a two-piece, knee-length, green tweed suit, with wooly stockings, fur-trimmed ankle boots, a huge head-scarf, dark glasses and a stiff red wig!

Wow are you really judging someone on what choice of clothes they are wearing? So that makes her an agent? Ridiculous. I saw loads of people there dressed oddly. That's just their style, who tf cares. A lot of eccentrics there, doesn't make them agents jeez. 

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Just now, Yasmina said:

Wow are you really judging someone on what choice of clothes they are wearing? So that makes her an agent? Ridiculous. I saw loads of people there dressed oddly. That's just their style, who tf cares. A lot of eccentrics there, doesn't make them agents jeez. 

If anything an agent is not going to stand out. 

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This is fucked

 

Following discussions with Public Health England and Manchester City Council, we have agreed to introduce a 14-day self-isolation period in our student accommodation at Birley and Cambridge Halls due to an increase in positive cases of COVID-19.

We have shared the following updates to our students:

UPDATE 26 September – to directly affected students

Dear student

We wanted to update you following the introduction of the 14-day self-isolation period on Birley and Cambridge Halls.

As you know, this was a decision taken in conjunction with Public Health England and Manchester City Council, and was taken on the basis of the latest data. With more than 100 students testing positive for COVID-19 in the halls, the decision was deemed necessary to prevent the spread of the virus to other students, staff or the local community.

We appreciate your many concerns about the impact of this isolation period and we are working hard to put plans in place to help you in the coming days.

We can confirm the following:

  • Food deliveries – we have been working with the PHE and City Council to put in place systems to help you receive food deliveries above and beyond what has previously been communicated to you  on our Self-Isolation page.

We can now confirm we have partnered with ASDA Hulme and details of the service they are offering for this weekend have been communicated separately by our Residential Services Team. We will provide updates for the service for Monday onwards as soon as ASDA have released details.

In addition should you have family or friends nearby who wish to deliver food to you this can be facilitated. Please just contact the reception in your halls.

  • Laundry – the laundries in Cambridge North and South, Dale, Warde and Naylor are open for you to use as and when required. Student Living will provide sanitising stations in each laundry. We appreciate the laundry at Vine and Dunham Halls is outside the compound, but Student Living are working on a rota to allow access. We will update you about the rota system as soon as we can.
  • Rubbish disposal – Please bag up your rubbish and take it to the bin store in your compound on a regular basis.
  • COVID-19 testing – we appreciate some of you may need to take a COVID-19 test. Unfortunately due to the self-isolation you will not be permitted to travel to the local testing centre on Denmark Road. We are working with the local health services to put another testing system in place and will update you as soon as this is confirmed.
  • Financial support - if you need financial support during the self-isolation period, please contact our helpline on: 0161 247 1045 to enquire about Crisis Support.  Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.  All students who have needed to apply for Crisis Support are also encouraged to seek help from the Students' Union Advice Centre.

We appreciate there have been concerns raised by some of you about media filming and photography of your private accommodation. The University has asked any media present to not film or take photographs into private living spaces. While media outlets are free to film in public spaces, if you have concerns about this affecting your privacy, please feel able to ask anyone doing this to stop. To make a complaint, you can do so via the IPSO website (if it concerns a regulated newspaper or magazine) or Ofcom (TV or radio).

Your welfare is our primary concern.  As a reminder you MUST:

  • Remain in your room/flat and self-isolate for the full 14-day period
  • NOT leave your accommodation, including for study, part-time work or socialising, unless there is a medical emergency
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  • log your absence via the Attendance portal or MyMMU app, and complete our COVID-19 Reporting Form when prompted

If you need advice or support, please use the contact details listed in the message we sent to you on Friday.

While you are allowed – and encouraged - to use the courtyard spaces at the Halls we must ask that you are considerate of your fellow students and local residents and ensure noise is kept to a minimum please. The same applies for when you are in your flats.

We appreciate this self-isolation period will present difficulties for you, especially coming so soon after your arrival at the University.  We are here to support you, and our staff are working hard with local partners to make this period more manageable for you.

We will keep updating you on a daily basis.

UPDATE 25 September

Students affected

Following discussions today with Public Health England and Manchester City Council, we have agreed to introduce a 14-day self-isolation period in our student accommodation at Birley and Cambridge Halls due to an increase in positive cases of COVID-19.

As a resident of those Halls you MUST:

  • Remain in your room/flat and self-isolate for 14 days
  • Return to your room/flat immediately and self-isolate for 14 days, if you are not currently there
  • NOT leave your accommodation, including for study, part-time work or socialising, unless there is a medical emergency
  • Read the latest information on what self-isolation means

Your wellbeing is our top priority. In line with PHE guidance, your flat/house is your ‘household’ and this is where you should remain as you self-isolate, preventing the risk of spreading infection to others, including members of your family.

We are working with the local health authorities to support you. You will no doubt have a number of questions, and we will provide further information to you over the weekend.

Your teaching will move on line over the 14-day isolation period. We will provide more details about this on Monday.

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WOW, didnt they introduce fines if you are caught not self isolating??

 

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You will be updated separately about any impact on the delivery of your teaching, such as a move to online provision.

We must also remind you of the following:

If you think you have COVID-19 symptoms, please:

  • Self-isolate for 14 days
  • log your absence via the Attendance portal or MyMMU app, and complete our COVID-19 Reporting Form when prompted
  • Get a test immediately 

If you test positive for COVID-19, you must complete our COVID-19 Reporting Form (which you can access when you log your absence). If you have already completed the Reporting Form to advise us about your COVID-19 symptoms, you will need to complete the form again to let us know that you have tested positive. 

If somebody you live with tests positive for COVID-19 or NHS Test and Trace contacts you, you must self-isolate for 14 days. Please log your absence via the Attendance portal or MyMMU app, and complete our COVID-19 Reporting Form when prompted.

 

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53 minutes ago, Jack said:

I think she's legit, hardcore grannie.

She does like being thrown around though- is it the same guy throwing her?

She looked like she just wanted her hat and scarf back bless her. Probably understandably confused at the massive overreaction of the police

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8 minutes ago, Saved said:

Looked through all my footage and it's no surprise she looked familiar as there must have been a hundred or more over 65yrs women with scarves and shawls - only one in green clothing with red hair and it wasn't the one in the video.

Phew thanks !!!

I'm not the antichrist now 🙂

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