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It’s amazing how so many people genuinely believe this is over.

 

One of Nicola Sturgeon’s chief medical advisors said this a month ago:

 

"If we look at the government's language - it's kind of, let's open now, allow people a bit of normality, and then get ready to put back in restrictions in several weeks."

 

Judging by that quote, other country’s are saying similar.

 

It'll be interesting to see how they reel people back in, however. 

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11 minutes ago, ar55 said:

It'll be interesting to see how they reel people back in, however. 

Same as last time ,Fear wether it be fear of an unseen enemy or fear of an invisible disease they will convince the public they are under attack and to paraphrase Hermann Goering ''it works the same in any country''

 

"Naturally, the common people don't want war..." - Debate ..."Naturally, the common people don't want war..." - Debate ...

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1 hour ago, pete675 said:

 

Maybe the ptb want some youth-enasia?

 

The alleged pandemic has highlighted the crucial difference between people with sense and people with no sense. Nothing to do with education - I know some older people with a very basic education who have seen through the con.

 

Conversely, some with PhDs ( from institutions that are part of the Russell Group of Shite) have be proved themselves to be - how shall I put it politely - utter fuckwits.

 

In one case I know of, insisting that unfortunate workmen follow 'full Covid protocols' (whatever they may be) when fitting a new washing machine.

I have had similar experiences of supposedly highly educated people buying into the covid lie completly and people who struggle to get the right answer to 'how many socks in a pair' seeing right through it

I personally think their intellect,in the case of the intelligentsia, is strangling them in a ''i'm far too clever to be taken in by propaganda'' kind of way and i live for the day when their world comes crashing down around them and thy realise just what mugs they have been

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2 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I have had similar experiences of supposedly highly educated people buying into the covid lie completly and people who struggle to get the right answer to 'how many socks in a pair' seeing right through it

I personally think their intellect,in the case of the intelligentsia, is strangling them in a ''i'm far too clever to be taken in by propaganda'' kind of way and i live for the day when their world comes crashing down around them and thy realise just what mugs they have been

I believe you're born with the ability to think critically or you're not like other traits that are in the minority, and mostly much less useful or even detrimental. I don't believe that has anything to do with upbringing nor education

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8 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Same as last time ,Fear wether it be fear of an unseen enemy or fear of an invisible disease they will convince the public they are under attack and to paraphrase Hermann Goering ''it works the same in any country''

 

"Naturally, the common people don't want war..." - Debate ..."Naturally, the common people don't want war..." - Debate ...

 

"In a democracy the people have some say in the matter through their elected representatives, and in the United States only Congress can declare wars."

- Goering

 

What happens when congress has a disproportionate amount of people that hate you? Probably what we're seeing now.

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1 minute ago, oddsnsods said:

Thanks for the link,i had never heard of the fact he was a member of the small hat tribe,but fits in neatly with ''the greatest story never told' which i watched recently and which gave me a different view to the one i have had indoctrinated into me for decades

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4 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Thanks for the link,i had never heard of the fact he was a member of the small hat tribe,but fits in neatly with ''the greatest story never told' which i watched recently and which gave me a different view to the one i have had indoctrinated into me for decades

 

Dennis Wise obsesses a bit too much over certain things and doesn't really like to admit that certain folks had their tentacles in Germany too, but I believe it's still worth listening to all sides of the story. Europa The Last Battle might connect some more dots for you.

 

 

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''Naturally the common people dont want total control,neither in Russia nor in England nor in America nor for that matter in Germany.That is understood. The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.That is easy

 

All you have to do is tell them that there is a deadly virus killing millions and they can carry it with no symptoms and pass it on to others, then denounce anyone who provides evidence to the contrary and denounce anyone who voices concerns over the government mandated ''cure''.Denounce them for putting the country in danger ,denounce them for killing their own relatives ,make them the enemy of their own kind

 

It works the same in any country

 

 

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Dennis Wise obsesses a bit too much over certain things and doesn't really like to admit that certain folks had their tentacles in Germany too, but I believe it's still worth listening to all sides of the story. Europa The Last Battle might connect some more dots for you.

 

 

Thats on my to watch list,i did start to watch it a couple of weeks ago but fell asleep about 15 minutes in (early hours documentary fest,i sleep rarely) think i'll go find it on bitchute and watch later so ty for the reminder

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19 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Thanks for the link,i had never heard of the fact he was a member of the small hat tribe,but fits in neatly with ''the greatest story never told' which i watched recently and which gave me a different view to the one i have had indoctrinated into me for decades

 

Well its the same now, with Conservative politicians demanding we all put a place at the table for an Afghani migrant. Explains the politicians during World war 2 in Britain also, how they LARP I think you call it. Churchill for example.

The lot of them full of shit on all sides at our expense.

 

 

 

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We have carefully reviewed clinical trial data for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in over 2000 children aged 12 to 15 years of age and have concluded that that the benefits of this vaccine outweigh any risk and that it is effective and acceptably safe in this age group.

 

How can they say it outweighs the risk when covid poses such a low risk to that age group. It is obviously fraud this. 

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