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10 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Hes just another Farage. Guy behind keep Britain free I believe & not interested in anything 'radical' truthers push like fractional reserve banking. He also has a strict mask policy on his aircraft & for children also hmm..

 

I would never bother voting for him or Farage, as its more of the same.

 

Theres a twat called Paul who tries to expose anyone standing up against government as a freemason including Icke..with real weak evidence. Like pathetic. But twits arnt exactly seasoned truthers & tend to buy any old shit.

Some controlled ops I would focus on, but people Like Dolan or Piers Morgan arnt exactly doing much bad right now.

I have called out Jeremy to Piers, but got no response of course. Is very strange how they both have totally opposite views, but Piers wont say a bad word against his brother..if it was my brother I would publicly shame & disown the commie weasel.

 

We're a product to them.  

 

All these 'movements' are trademarks and businesses.

 

I also find the whole counter-woke and truth culture very 'cringe' and fake.  It's like they are telling us what to think as much as the mainstream are.  It's as if the mainstream have invented what, in their minds, a rebellion would look like and this is it.

 

That video above with the lady interviewer from Keep Britain Free is a case in point.  It's as if the mainstream got together and asked themselves: 'Right, we need a counter-mainstream.  I know, we'll call it Keep Britain Free.'

 

Basically it's for people in that mid-tier of intellect who are just bright enough to realise there is something amiss but lack the intelligence to think for themselves, so latch on to a 'brand' that makes them feel smug and rebellious.

 

It's pure Marcuse.

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Sorry if this has been on this thread already had a quick look - couldn't see it, it's on the main DI site:
https://davidicke.com/2020/10/01/middlesbrough-mayor-vows-to-defy-local-lockdown-measures-yes-come-on/

 

 

The mayor of Middlesbrough has vowed to “defy the government” over the latest coronavirus lockdown restrictions in his town, accusing ministers of “monstrous ignorance”.

On Thursday health secretary Matt Hancock announced that people living in Liverpool, Warrington, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough will be banned from mixing with those they do not live with “all settings” apart from outdoor public spaces. 

The new restrictions will come into force on Saturday morning at one minute past midnight, Downing Street has said. 

But the Middlesbrough mayor Andy Preston said tighter lockdown measures “didn’t make any sense” and would “kill viable jobs and damage mental health”.

In a video message posted on Twitter: he said: “I have to tell you that I think this measure has been introduced based on factual inaccuracies and a monstrous and frightening lack of communication and ignorance.

“I don’t accept this statement at all. I don’t accept the measures. We need to talk to government. They need to understand our local knowledge, expertise and ability to get things done and preserve jobs and well-being.

“We’re really disappointed. As things stand, we defy the government and we do not accept these measures.

“We need to get Covid under control and we need to work with people to find a way of preserving jobs and mental health.”

Read more: Middlesbrough Mayor Vows To ‘Defy’ Local Lockdown Measures – Yes COME ON

 

 

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Not sure ide go that far with Dolan, he seems a half decent guy whos just had enough of the obvious agenda.

 

Hes interested in small business & no lockdown.


The left are the ones right now who seem to be all things authoritarian & corporatist of course.

 

How is a rebellion meant to look like... coz it wouldnt draw much of a crowd as we are seeing with the conspiracy theorist label the media capitalises on. Seems to me the only movement you will get in this country right now is always going to be controlled, coz you get the government you deserve with a dumbed down nation of sheep.

The anticapitalist anarchist far left or the white nationalist far right are totally compartmentalised by the qanon/ziocon or the Marxist Antifa. Never used to be like that. The anti capitalist riots in the city back in the late 90's were a different breed to now.

 

To get any real change now would amount to heads rolling..November the 5th kind of change. Something would have to kick it all off & it wouldn't be pleasant. Thats how I see any change right now in the UK.

 

 

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19 hours ago, Someone2630 said:

Britain has always been "The Proving Grounds of The Mad Overlord". If they get away with it there, it will spread right across Europe.

 

Everyone claims that though. The Dutch, Danes and Swedes are all convinced that they are the 'proving ground.' The Swiss think that they are elite centre of the world. The Americans believe they are the cultural testing ground. Canadians believe they are a soft communism testing ground. But I can see what you're attempting to do here. That is, force the Brits to do all the heavy lifting on behalf of everybody else. But it just doesn't work that way. I'm afraid that men in other countries will have to take on their share of the burden, too. This whole taking the p1ss on the Internet business is a luxury, temporary entertainment phase. Sure, Brits have to make some tough decisions on how they're going to tackle this. But everybody else needs to do the same. You're basically volunteering total strangers in another country to take on the evils of the whole of humanity, and win single-handedly, while everybody else looks on passively while claiming superiority.

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19 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Covid 1984 app.

https://www.covid1984.life/

 

Not sure about this, but interesting. Maybe @EnigmaticWorld or someone techy will know if safe?

 

Technical support, feedback and questions here https://t.me/joinchat/MyCWK

 

 

I'm not that clued up on Android development. Only apps I have downloaded on my smartphone are Steam and Shazam.

 

The app itself may be okay, but it's hard to say until somebody goes through the source code. I would be concerned about whether Google keeps a record of apps that people install on Android, but maybe they don't for unsigned apps.

 

I will give you a shout if I find more info on it.

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6 minutes ago, DerProfessor said:

 

Everyone claims that though. The Dutch, Danes and Swedes are all convinced that they are the 'proving ground.' The Swiss think that they are elite centre of the world. The Americans believe they are the cultural testing ground. Canadians believe they are a soft communism testing ground. But I can see what you're attempting to do here. That is, force the Brits to do all the heavy lifting on behalf of everybody else. But it just doesn't work that way. I'm afraid that men in other countries will have to take on their share of the burden, too. This whole taking the p1ss on the Internet business is a luxury, temporary entertainment phase. Sure, Brits have to make some tough decisions on how they're going to tackle this. But everybody else needs to do the same. You're basically volunteering total strangers in another country to take on the evils of the whole of humanity, and win single-handedly, while everybody else looks on passively while claiming superiority.

You are mis reading what I'm trying to say. Britain is a small island. The British people have always been tolerant, without going to the extremes (like Sweden, who will probably be an Islamic Caliphate first.

 

The Cabal (and you'd better believe that these is one) has always been (the country of democracy law and order, tolerance and they "freed" all their African Colonies (that they couldn't afford to keep as polo grounds) and they have always been the champions of democracy, the ideal system of Government and as the British Empire was vast, they take 1st place.

 

The USA is too big to be a role model and their way of Government is incompatible and none of the other countries are championed in the eyes of the world as the UK with it's "Westminster Government" which has been held up as THE ideal for many years.

 

What a brilliant plan to test things out in the UK. If the British accept it (like Poll Tax) then many other countries would feel that they can do the same, holding up the UK as the perfect example.

 

It worked OK until Brexit and Treason May and all her sordid bullshit. Now, once Boris is kicked out or strung up, the UK will be the laughing stock of the world.

 

I went out to me local garage this morning and people were actually laughing at what a cunt Boris is for trying to bankrupt his country and behave like a dictator. He's a JOKE! Unfortunately, he's taking the UK with him.

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8 minutes ago, Someone2630 said:

I went out to me local garage this morning and people were actually laughing at what a cunt Boris is for trying to bankrupt his country and behave like a dictator. He's a JOKE! Unfortunately, he's taking the UK with him.

 

But this is precisely what I mean. People are too focused on the UK. There is always some schadenfraude going on here, as many people overseas resent having to learn English as their second language or as the language of business; they dislike Anglo-Saxon cultural influences and associate us with unpopular US foreign policy etc. Personally I'm disgusted by that. I mean, when the new 'arrivals' are going beserk in some small town in Belgium, how is Britain's decline going to help them? It's just a pathetic attitude to be honest. Everybody wants to be an observer on the outside claiming they have the answers, when really they are just some lone snivelling coward like anybody else.

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

I've done a little research. Simon Dolan lives in Monaco and is a multi millionaire.

 

I've no problem with that, but IF he's asking people to help him with legal costs to take on the Government, then that's a bit rich! pun intended.

 

One of the UK government's main defences to Simon Dolan's case is that he does not have "victim status" regarding the human rights breaches of lockdown. He does not live in England but was making the claim due to his impacted business interests. This was a weak argument for claiming victim status and would have failed (indeed, Dolan's legal team did concede this point).

 

This is where the crowd funding was crucial to be able to bring the claim in the public interest. There is already legal precedent for a claimant to establish sufficient interest to bring a case where it represents "many individuals who have contributed financially". See paragraphs 237 to 240 of the statement of grounds at pages 84-85, including citation of the relevant case law, via the link below:

 

https://static.crowdjustice.com/group_claim_document/Statement_of_Facts_and_Grounds_-_Written_Submissions_of_the_Claiman_69dBeCS.PDF

 

Therefore, I have no conflict with Simon Dolan's wealth vs crowd funding for the legal fees. Without crowd funding, the case would not possibly succeed.

 

1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

In this interview (two days ago) he says from 8 minutes "everything will get back to normal" in the UK in October or November!

 

He if really believes this, then why is he mounting a legal challenge against the government?

 

This may be a rhetorical question but, having watched that part of the video, he doesn't say that getting back to normal will definitely happen in October or November. He says "I don't know if it will be in October or November or whenever, judicial review or no judicial review. Whatever the case says, we will get back".

 

I think he may hold genuine hope that his case, which is due to be heard October 29th, could be successful and will help us get back to normal - perhaps sooner rather than later. Even if it is unsuccessful, the campaign itself may have created enough publicity and pressure to help turn the tide back towards something more normal.

 

If the case is successful, it would set another legal precedent against future lockdowns and make it harder for the government to try this sort of thing again. It is worth pursuing for that reason even if things have returned to normal even before the case is concluded. Indeed, this was part of the reason for the first judgment against Dolan's team - the judge found that many of the arguments were academic and didn't even bother to look at them because, at that point, many restrictions had been lifted.

 

1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

Hes just another Farage. Guy behind keep Britain free I believe & not interested in anything 'radical' truthers push like fractional reserve banking. He also has a strict mask policy on his aircraft & for children also hmm..

 

Simon Dolan's mask policy on his flights, if true, does cause a conflict for me. Do you have a source for this oddsnsods?

 

It seems strange as his legal team have been vocal about face coverings on social media, have emphasised exemptions and also wrote to Cressida Dick after her abhorrent encouragement of people to shame non mask wearers.

 

https://static.crowdjustice.com/group_claim_document/Letter_to_LBC_radio_re_Cressida_Dick.pdf

 

He also speaks against masks in the video that GR posted above - from around 11:00.

 

Could it just be a policy on paper to satisfy the health and safety Jobsworths rather than something stringently enforced on his flights?

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6 minutes ago, DerProfessor said:

 

But this is precisely what I mean. People are too focused on the UK. There is always some schadenfraude going on here, as many people overseas resent having to learn English as their second language or as the language of business; they dislike Anglo-Saxon cultural influences and associate us with unpopular US foreign policy etc. Personally I'm disgusted by that. I mean, when the new 'arrivals' are going beserk in some small town in Belgium, how is Britain's decline going to help them? It's just a pathetic attitude to be honest. Everybody wants to be an observer on the outside claiming they have the answers, when really they are just some lone snivelling coward like anybody else.

So you just pop into this forum and start calling people a snivelling coward. 

 

I'm sure this is going to gain you a great deal of credibility.

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Just now, Someone2630 said:

So you just pop into this forum and start calling people a snivelling coward. 

 

I'm sure this is going to gain you a great deal of credibility.

 

Not you personally. I'm trying to explain the general position that outsiders have when commenting on the UK's internal problems. It's like they are demanding that you take personal effective action against the most powerful forces in the world, while they do nothing. But then act is if they are superior. It's just silly.

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10 minutes ago, DerProfessor said:

 

Not you personally. I'm trying to explain the general position that outsiders have when commenting on the UK's internal problems. It's like they are demanding that you take personal effective action against the most powerful forces in the world, while they do nothing. But then act is if they are superior. It's just silly.

When the "Most powerful forces in the World" are just a tiny fraction of the total population, I can't agree with you.

 

Take a look at the Yellow Vests, none of the police violence has stopped them. They are at it every weekend, even now with all the new draconian Macron measures.

 

Macron is as bad as Boris, but people in France are standing up against him week after week. His political career is OVER, so is Boris', but the damage they will do in the meantime is unthinkable.

 

Look what bitch Merkel has done to Germany and the people let her get away with it.

 

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6 minutes ago, Someone2630 said:

When the "Most powerful forces in the World" are just a tiny fraction of the total population, I can't agree with you.

 

Take a look at the Yellow Vests, none of the police violence has stopped them. They are at it every weekend, even now with all the new draconian Macron measures.

 

Macron is as bad as Boris, but people in France are standing up against him week after week. His political career is OVER, so is Boris', but the damage they will do in the meantime is unthinkable.

 

Look what bitch Merkel has done to Germany and the people let her get away with it.

 

 

The Yellow Vests are a Soros-backed false flag organisation. It's more convincing in the French context, because they have more nationalistic thinking on the left (the unions give the mob of French rural society a bit more protection against Paris). The conditions are slightly different.

 

Anyhow, I've studed human psychology deeply enough to know that this whole problem is not a UK-centric issue. It appears to be true that around 70% of people (in any country) have no internal monologue, meaning they outsource their decision-making to the collective. I always knew my intuition level was way higher than average, but I've still been shocked by the cultural changes in recent years and how people meekly accepted everything.

 

Seriously, though. Do you want to tell me that Belgians are 'awake?' I can imagine it's a nicer place to live at the moment, but I really can't see Belgians as more awake or switched on with regards to the bigger agenda.

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5 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Thanks for this odds.

 

Regarding the masks on flights, the Jota website does make a point of mentioning exemptions which includes by reason of age:

 

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Regarding the Tweet, Simon Dolan has replied to this himself. His explanation for delivering masks are that they are medical PPE for the NHS. He also says that he is paying himself for the gap between the crowd-funding monies raised and the actual legal costs.

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1 minute ago, Jack said:

 

 

A grovelling apology. But ultimately unneccessary.

 

What 'mild symptoms'? (did she cough a couple of times?)

 

There was probably nothing wrong with her. People are just over-reacting to the slightest of 'symptoms'. Most people are 'testing positive' despite not being ill.

 

"Self-isolate" = "self-imprisonment"

 

Oh and in case anyone hasn't noticed, she can't resign because that would mean a by-election would have to be called, and thanks to the Coronavirus Act, all elections are suspended anyway. That's handy.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Sexpistol50 said:

It wouldn't surprise me if they have complusary CCTV cameras in peoples homes to monitor people in the near future, I can see council and housing associations doing this .They will use Covid as an excuse. 

Who needs privacy? 

 

Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/11/shopping-i-can-t-really-remember-what-that-is/

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