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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

 

I haven't watched TV from an aerial on my own since the year 2000. I only watch tv series and films with no adverts. Not watched the news since then either. I can only imagine how bad the propaganda is. Listening to some of the things my family comes out with, I came to the conclusion that the propaganda was thick. 

Same here with the tv choice. Adverts really piss me off, always have. Plus they have the unintended consequence of guaranteeing that I will never buy their crap!

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Thank you, B&M!

 

My wife and daughter are the shoppers in our family but today I dragged myself over to the local B&M store for some dog food and treats (much cheaper there) and a few other bits and pieces.

 

I walked in without a mask and withour sanitising my hands. Loads of zombies still in there with their muzzles on BUT not one member of staff, young or old, was wearing one! In fact, I felt as if I and the staff were the only 'normal' folk in there and the rest were just masked apparitions.

 

Well done B&M for restoring my confidence in human nature.

 

 

 

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Hey CDC, some food for thought...

 

CDC you should create an International Emergency Disease Taskforce to help Governments Police forces deal with dissenters on a local level. Like a Federal Covid Cop for when the Carrot is no longer an option and the Stick has had to get very very big indeed.

 

Covid Police... coming soon, to a Town near you.

 

C.D.C = Covid Disease Conspirators

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1 hour ago, webtrekker said:

Thank you, B&M!

 

My wife and daughter are the shoppers in our family but today I dragged myself over to the local B&M store for some dog food and treats (much cheaper there) and a few other bits and pieces.

 

I walked in without a mask and withour sanitising my hands. Loads of zombies still in there with their muzzles on BUT not one member of staff, young or old, was wearing one! In fact, I felt as if I and the staff were the only 'normal' folk in there and the rest were just masked apparitions.

 

Well done B&M for restoring my confidence in human nature.

Noticed the same in supermarkets. Masks on staff definitely on the decline.

Shoppers still self flagellating though. (midlands)

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10 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

 

Thinking about this though, it's obvious that our police and military have never had to take action against their own friends and family. What will they do when faced with that situation?

 

This scenario is in fact our only hope.

I've said it myself on here  many times.......these grunts have wives, sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters.

When it becomes obvious to them that their actions are affecting the lives of their loved ones, let's see if they want to carry on being the protectors of the parasites.

 

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3 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Where I live it's about 75% maskless outside and 50% in supermarkets.

 

Yeah, I think the tide is definitely turning.

 

Probably a lot of folk took to wearing masks because they felt the odd ones out, the black sheep of the family, whenever they entered a store. Now though, as more people ditch the muzzles, the muzzled are becoming the black sheep and will eventually change their attitude.

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Volunteers are going to be coming door to door with tests in my town. A great opportunity for the scum of the earth to feel all yummy and glowing inside knowing that they are now efficient, superior citizens who get things done and get their photo in the local rag. They can forget bullying that kid at school, Knocking off with their friends husband and nearly knocking down that old man driving back from the pub. A HOLES!!! 😡 I'm going to start breeding a nice writhing pot of maggots near my front door.

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58 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

20mph is the speed limit already decided for driverless vehicles operating off motorways,thats the reason they have suddenly started this push for reduced speed limits,and have you noticed that during the deadliest pandemic known to humankind the increase in cycle lanes has been phenomenal,my local council were blatting the fucking things down as fast as they could as early as may last year

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Thank you for the information. 

 

Yes, it's the same in London with the cycle lanes quickly rolled out, for example making 2 lane roads into a single lane, with all those skinny bollards, during The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse pandemic.  On top of that, most bus lanes have been designated from peak hours operation to 24 hours a day.

 

Also to mention councils were busy putting all those plastic blocks and barriers in the roads, to widen pavements for social distancing.  Anyone who was an independent thinking observer could see they were theatrical props to give the illusion of an emergency. 

 

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Where I live it's about 75% maskless outside and 50% in supermarkets.

From what I've seen, it's >90% mask less outdoors, around 20-25% mask less in supermarkets.

Went to Morrisons late one night, all shelf stackers mask less, till workers wearing masks

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1 hour ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

This scenario is in fact our only hope.

I've saaid it myself on here  many times.......these grunts have wives, sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters.

When it becomes obvious to them that their actions are affecting the lives of their loved ones, let's see if they want to carry on being the protectors of the parasites.

 

 

May have to wait a while though as you know they recruit from the low end of the scale.

Kinda makes me wonder how they managed to reframe them in the first place lol

 

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5 hours ago, Dazzer said:

My mrs is from Poland and she got back last week after a visit to her parents. Her father has the TV on most of the day and she said the propaganda on every channel is incredibly strong, so much that she said she'd probably take the jab if she lived there and she could see why people have been coerced into getting it. Incredible. 

Like many on here I guess we don't have our TV on much, half an hour of cartoons for my boy before he goes to bed and maybe if there's a decent footy match on, nothing else. 

My parents live in Poland and my dad somehow knows all the plan... I don't know how he sorted this out. Probably he's just smart... Works and live with young people... Doesn't have time to watch TV. My mom prefers Investigation Discovery and History Channel. At the other hand my partner's family is fully converted to covidianism :D

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I'm thinking of sending this email to all of my local MP's ...

 

 

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Dear Mr. XXXXXX,

 

In light of the recent requirements to show my vaccination status to keep my job, enter premises, travel abroad and so forth, I would politely request YOUR vaccination status in order that I can make informed decisions in who to support in my local area in any forthcoming elections.

 

I'm sure you understand the need for this request and will have no hesitation in supplying an answer to it, just as we (the People) have to supply our vaccination status on demand to others.

 

I am copying this email to other Party members in my area to achieve a balanced view.

 

Thank you for taking the time to read this and I eagerly await your response.

 

Regards,

 

YYYYYY.

 

Does anyone have any further suggestions, or better ways of wording it?

 

 

 

 

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A rubber dinghy to exit Oceania?

 

No Covid jabs, no flying younger Britons are warned

Rates of vaccination those aged in their 20s and 30s have slowed

 

Young adults were today warned that they will be grounded in Britain if they do not get the Covid-19 jab.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps stressed that people who do not get inoculated will be unable to fly to most, if not all, countries.

He highlighted Britain’s world-leading vaccine roll-out, which has so far seen nearly 90 per cent of adults get the first jab and more than 70 per cent fully jabbed.

But he told Sky News: “Within the 20 and 30-year-olds, it’s fewer. That’s partly, of course, because they have been offered it more recently.

“But they will need to get vaccinated if they want to travel internationally again.”

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/no-covid-vaccine-no-flying-air-travel-young-warned-b948438.html

 

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