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7 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Good luck with the non-compliance angle, unfortunately the sheep will always comply. 

 

I agree with you though, don't engage with the system and it all ends. Getting enough people to do that is a different kettle of fish. 

Remember, at the next election, VOTE LABOUR, maybe SIR Keith Starmer will be even worse than Teflon Tony.  Doesn't matter what their policies are, who cares. "Our family allus votes Labour." That seems to be the attitude of most of Britain. 

 

So far UK leaders (and I say that with tongue firmly in cheek) have been a joke.

 

  • John Major, who looked like he was about to burst into tears and his balls might have been visible with an electron microscope.
  • Teflon Toni, the grinning fool that started all the shit in the Middle East with his buddy Dubya
  • Gordon Brown, whose handwriting was worse than a 6 year old.
  • David Cameron, who likes sticking his dick into pig's mouths
  • Treason May, whose husband makes millions out of killing people
  • Bojo the clown, who makes a bigger arsehole of himself with each passing day.

To date, it's not a very good record! I do hope your next pick will be better

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I've already posted about this in the 'Come Together by Region?' thread in the Solutions forum.   But now here is the advert for the big event on the 29th August. It would be great if as ma

Summary meeting with MP.   Big sign on door saying have to wear a mask. Reptilian brain nearly kicked in and panicked - temptation to go to the store and buy one. Managed to keep it together

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1 hour ago, sb123 said:

Has anybody seen these bellends doing the rounds on Facebook. Commenting on news articles. Combatting ‘disinformation’.. lmfao

 

virtue signalling at its finest

 

 

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The absolute irony that sticking two pencils up your nose and wearing your underpants on your head like Blackadder is about as effective as a porous piece of cloth over your face for blocking out Covid, or any other virus.

 

#wibble

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3 hours ago, Someone2630 said:

YES, YES. YES!

Just as a side note: i know the mps and talkradio getting on the governmemrs back is a response to the angry voices of the public and social media outof control. Its not becauae the system is wonderful and designed to prevent tyranny

 

Heard alot of mps speaking out against gulf war 2 but it still happened 

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47 minutes ago, Someone2630 said:

Remember, at the next election, VOTE LABOUR, maybe SIR Keith Starmer will be even worse than Teflon Tony.  Doesn't matter what their policies are, who cares. "Our family allus votes Labour." That seems to be the attitude of most of Britain. 

 

So far UK leaders (and I say that with tongue firmly in cheek) have been a joke.

 

  • John Major, who looked like he was about to burst into tears and his balls might have been visible with an electron microscope.
  • Teflon Toni, the grinning fool that started all the shit in the Middle East with his buddy Dubya
  • Gordon Brown, whose handwriting was worse than a 6 year old.
  • David Cameron, who likes sticking his dick into pig's mouths
  • Treason May, whose husband makes millions out of killing people
  • Bojo the clown, who makes a bigger arsehole of himself with each passing day.

To date, it's not a very good record! I do hope your next pick will be better

How about no one votes? I've suggested something similar earlier in this thread. Getting absolutely everyone to abstain would be extremely difficult. But no votes means no government. 

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9 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

How about no one votes? I've suggested something similar earlier in this thread. Getting absolutely everyone to abstain would be extremely difficult. But no votes means no government. 

Every politician also gets to vote and they all vote for themselves, so there would be votes and they might have to toss a coin to see who gets to fuck over the public for the next four years.

 

How about a FULL general strike, close down the power stations - stock up on candles. and food. Block all the roads with trucks and tractors, shut down the trains, buses and taxis. shut down EVERYTHING.

 

They would certainly take notice.

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We need a big movement like the Yelllow Vests that unites both sides of the political spectrum, something they can't just dismiss as far-right.

 

Edit: Without all the destruction though as that will be used against us.

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6 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

How about no one votes? I've suggested something similar earlier in this thread. Getting absolutely everyone to abstain would be extremely difficult. But no votes means no government. 

 

Yes, that would excellent and maybe to be on the safe side, people should go and vote, but put NONE OF THE ABOVE or SIUYAWTSDNS on the ballot paper, so the TPTB can't say it is just voter apathy.

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19 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

...people should go and vote, but put NONE OF THE ABOVE or SIUYAWTSDNS on the ballot paper, so the TPTB can't say it is just voter apathy.

When you register to vote what you are actually doing is entering into a contract under the 'Representation of the Peoples Act'. Once contracted under this act then further acts and statues become legally binding. NEVER contract with government by registering to vote and never vote. With no contract with government you remove their power.

 

 

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On 5/16/2020 at 2:48 PM, Orange Alert said:

 

How comes none of the cops don't social distance or wear masks with this so-called COVID-19 mass killer going around.  One rule for the prisoners and another for the guardians.

Because the virus is is scam.

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On 9/27/2020 at 11:38 PM, oz93666 said:

 

All this maybe true ... But I think the issue is ... is she paid by the controllers to knowingly infiltrate and misdirect the movement?? I think that's what the term "Shill" implies .

 

Or is she a young woman , with here own interest in making a career and name for herself , just blundering around? 

 

Does it matter if she is  mercurial regardless?

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

How about no one votes? I've suggested something similar earlier in this thread. Getting absolutely everyone to abstain would be extremely difficult. But no votes means no government. 

 

 

Agreed, but judging by the state of  the majority of a brainwashed public, I'm thinking if we cant get them to stop wearing a mask....trying to stop many voting may cause them to self combust.... but on the other hand.... 🤔

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

How about no one votes? I've suggested something similar earlier in this thread. Getting absolutely everyone to abstain would be extremely difficult. But no votes means no government. 

I prefer spoiled ballots. Just scrawl a nice big "TRAITORS" across the whole thing. They still have to count spoiled ballots in the tally and it stops them simply dismissing people who don't vote as "voter apathy" when really it is voter disgust.

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4 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Christ if trick or treating is the only thing that's pissed you off about all of this then we truly are doomed. I do dig Thundercats though, I have the power! 😉

 

If Covid had emerged pre 2015 then I would have been going berserk but I'm much more of a calm person these days, and much of that is down to the wonderful Chief Fortuity. I struck up a rather beautiful friendship with the Chief in the warm spring of 2015 after crossing paths with him in one of the more sinister corners of 4chan. Initially we clashed after he posted a very offensive, photoshopped picture of Cliff Richard, a table leg smoothed in peanut butter, and a Tory MP, but we soon put that behind us and embarked on one of the most brillaint relationships I’ve ever been part of. Through the teachings of the Chief, a general calming has descending upon me in recent years, helping me to become a rather more benevolent, forgiving person. I can even forgive you for confusing He-Man with Thundercat in that last post of yours, whereas 5 years ago I would have felt the urge to remove your shoes so I could beat you about the face and neck with them.

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41 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

We'd have to have a man (or women, or whatever) at every polling station in the country advising the electorate to write traitors on their voting slip.

 

That would be hilarious. 🤣

 

haha That would be a bit like jury nullification .... judges and lawyers are not allowed to tell the jurors they can return a not guilty verdict regardless of the coercion of a judge or Crown. ...BUT if they should find  out about it themselves they can come to whatever decision they choose..

 

Canada - Jury nullification is the Canadian criminal justice system's dirty little secret. ... Accordingly, our law strictly prohibits either the trial judge or the lawyers from telling jurors about the ultimate power that they always in fact possess to nullify a prosecution by simply returning a not guilty verdict.Jan 23, 2007

 

 

UK... Blythe's 1998 case is a clear-cut example of jury nullification, or jury equity, as it is sometimes known in the UK. ... The jury may acquit the defendant entirely, or return a guilty verdict for a minor, often nonsensical, subset of his charges.
 
Australia - . ... Jury Nullification -Jurors cannot be punished for deciding one way or the other, even if their conclusion does not appear to reflect the state of the evidence.Apr 14, 2016
 
 
The Supreme Court has ruled that while the power of jury nullification exists, state courts and prosecutors are not required to inform jurors of this power. Accordingly, judges around the country have routinely forbidden any mention of jury nullification in the courtroom.Feb 27, 2019     LOL
 

Same with voting.  People get a choice on ballot papers.... but truthfully they can choose to reject all. Maybe a stamp stating 'Reject all Nominees' should be made available. lol

If only people knew the power they really have!!!

 
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5 hours ago, sb123 said:

Has anybody seen these bellends doing the rounds on Facebook. Commenting on news articles. Combatting ‘disinformation’.. lmfao

 

virtue signalling at its finest

 

 

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Okay I’m starting a new movement to respond to people spewing the government bullshit. When anyone states the party line, say C**T

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4 hours ago, Illmatic said:

 

The absolute irony that sticking two pencils up your nose and wearing your underpants on your head like Blackadder is about as effective as a porous piece of cloth over your face for blocking out Covid, or any other virus.

 

#wibble

 

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3 hours ago, Morpheus said:

How about no one votes? I've suggested something similar earlier in this thread. Getting absolutely everyone to abstain would be extremely difficult. But no votes means no government. 

Unfortunately they get a vote as well (mp + mates), so they get in anyway.

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Some more on Vallance, GSK and chums that may not be so generally well known:  

  • GSK has worked regularly with the massive PR firm Burson Cohn & Wolfe. 
  • BC&W also represents the world's largest flame retardant producers. 
  • GSK together with Imperial College set up the Engineered Medicines Laboratory in 2015. Imperial is currently trialling its new coronavirus vaccine. 
  • Imperial College also has a long history with BC&W.
  • Imperial's fire science lab has played a major role in blocking changes to the UK's furniture regulations which would lead to the removal of flame retardants in sofas and mattresses. 
  • Vallance is also Chair of the Grenfell Inquiry Scientific Advisory Group which at a meeting on 23 October 2019 (minutes here), recommended nothing much needs to be done about flame retardants where the fire is concerned, even the massive amounts that were burned in internal products.
  • Tony Blair was a leading lobbyist for the Furniture Regulations, stating that we must have chemically treated furniture as soon as possible. He was (probably still is) close mates with the CEO of BCW (Burson Marsteller as it was known then). The Regulations instantly created a £300m per year market for flame retardants.
  • Another member of SAGE, friend of Vallance and Chief Scientific Advisor to MHCLG is Professor Alan Penn. At a recent virtual conference about Grenfell toxicity, Penn answered my questions somewhat oddly by praising the effectiveness of flame retardants. When questioned about this by myself, firefighters, cancer research professionals and green industry representatives in follow up correspondence, he was unable to provide any proof for his claims and is now refusing to answer at all. Details of the Grenfell toxicity scientists here. 
  • A recent report by the European Food Standards Authority (confirmed by other studies) reveals that the high levels of PFASs chemicals (man-made from a variety of products/sources) in all of us greatly inhibit the effectiveness of vaccines, i.e. no chance of zero covid by vaccine. Many flame retardants contain PFASs.

Also: 

  • GRENFELL INQUIRY TOXICOLOGY REPORT – in the control of Professor David Purser who has a long history of colluding with the flame retardant industry.
  • GRENFELL INDEPENDENT EXPERTS PANEL – Chaired by Sir Ken Knight, who also has a long history of flame retardant support and was hugely responsible for blocking changes to the Furniture Regs. He has also just been appointed Chair of a new British Standards committee which will have overall control of fire safety, including Grenfell matters.
  • DAME JUDITH HACKITT – spent most of her working life in the chemical industry, mostly for Exxon Mobil which amongst other things makes flame retardants.
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8 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Musk is either a blatant mouthpiece, or he is blackpilled on AI and decided to join the dark side like Odds said.

 

Zuckerberg seems artificial though.

 

Who can tell? That's the point.

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