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1 hour ago, Kala Namak said:

Well there is video footage of him being "taken away" by the police twice, once at Hyde Park and once at Trafalgar Sq, I presume after the second one of those detentions, he was kept in custody for 22 hours. I'm just a bit puzzled as to the order in which those events happened. Was it Hyde Park first, then released, then Trafalgar Sq, or vice versa.

 

 You must know the order, if you followed the story?

 

Can you put up the link to video footage of him being arrested at Trafalgar Square please, because I haven't been able

to find that to date. Only footage I've found is the arrrest in Hyde Park.

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8 hours ago, Jaquiby said:

Just seen on the Jeremy vine show. They put a clip on of Trafalgar square, showing the police backing off from protesters, saying the police were attacked and hurt, the panel agreed and said the police have enough to deal with. Then started laughing at the fact that right said fred were there. They moved onto how to do a Long distance hug, and if you measure your arm and do the elbow greet, you might not be distanced enough.

Get me off this planet, I've seen enough.

Beam me up Scotty.

 

Reminds me of the edited riot footage the audience are shown in 'The Running Man'. How close to the mark is that looking now? Sure that's set around 2020.

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Something I've been reflecting on over the last few days is something that I've always suspected to be the case.

 

The police would ultimately do anything. Yes, okay, the British police are not as bad as the US police. But if it came down to it, they would do whatever they were told to do. There's nothing that they wouldn't be willing to do, if it was communicated through the media, and they were told that it was the law. 

 

I know this because of the situation with students right now. But that's just the start of it. There could be some extreme draconian measures, something Stasiesque (arguably what is going on now is already Stasiesque), and they'd just comply with it completely without question, and believe that they were doing the right thing. There is nothing that they wouldn't be willing to enforce, they would never, ever rebel, or have a crisis of conscience.

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1 minute ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

 

Reminds me of the edited riot footage the audience are shown in 'The Running Man'. How close to the mark is that looking now? Sure that's set around 2020.

They can edit anything now to look the way they want it to. Saw the running man years ago but can't remember much about it. I don't believe anything on the news or wot daily tv put out now. Just turn it off instead. I doubt everything after this, even history, what's been shown to us to make us believe it's the truth. If they can do this with corona what about the past.

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Regarding the Tory back bench rebellion, Steve Baker MP - one of the MPs involved - has been sporting a t-shirt which states that "2020 is the new 1984".

 

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Here is an interview from a couple of weeks back with BBC Radio 4 where Steve Baker says that "it's now time for us to start living like a free people, not subjecting ourselves to constantly shifting legal requirements which I think now no one can understand."

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jack said:

Apparently lots of businesses are telling their staff not to bring their phone to work because of track and trace.

 

Hearing stories from company emails inc Major fast food takeaways, police, NHS,dentists, engineering firms etc.

 

What we are seeing is that there is flaws in everything, this is the way!!!!

I'm glad that UK businesses are seeking to follow the Mandalorian. I couldn't think of a better core message than "This is the way!" Awesome. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Velma said:

Tears of a clown.

 

All she wanted to say was send cash in an envelope.

 

And she will be appearing on ITV's This Morning for a chat.

i was wondering did she start crying then think i need to record this

or was she already recording and tears spontaneously occurred

or was she so distraught that she has been crying for hours and was going to record anyway

so many possibilities 

however she seemed to wipe them away and recover in a well timed manner

or maybe i am just too cynical 

 

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