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21 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Out of reactions, but I agree.

 

I do prep and keep myself fit too, it's just switching off from things that I struggle with. I really have to push myself these days to work on my creative hobbies. It's not that I no longer enjoy them either, I just get that feeling that there's no point investing too much time in something when the world is turning into hell. I really need to stop thinking like that as creativity is part of what makes life interesting, and what sets humans apart from the animal world. I'm sure that's what the tyrants want too, to kill the human spirit.

I have been trying to rebuild my model railway,But just cant motivate myself to do it.

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18 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Out of reactions, but I agree.

 

I do prep and keep myself fit too, it's just switching off from things that I struggle with. I really have to push myself these days to work on my creative hobbies. It's not that I no longer enjoy them either, I just get that feeling that there's no point investing too much time in something when the world is turning into hell. I really need to stop thinking like that as creativity is part of what makes life interesting, and what sets humans apart from the animal world. I'm sure that's what the tyrants want too, to kill the human spirit.

 

I feel exactly like you, sadly, I don't feel like doing anything I used to enjoy anymore, maybe it's b/c we are all in more of a survival mode at the mo.

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11 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

I feel exactly like you, sadly, I don't feel like doing anything I used to enjoy anymore, maybe it's b/c we are all in more of a survival mode at the mo.

 

Yup.

 

10 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Catherine Austin Fitts on James Delingpoles plogblast 

interesting if anyone has the time.

https://delingpole.podbean.com/

 

 

I watched this a couple of days ago, definitely worth a listen.

 

Video mirror here:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Q9PJBP07hJpT/

 

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It never fails to amaze me the mindset of some people. So I had a meeting for a course I'm on with 3 other people virtually. She said one student made a good case for being against not having the vaccine. But then another person came back and said "but do you get your cat's vaccinated"? Apparently they were all laughing for 5 minutes. 

 

Just another case of someone with sense being laughed at by the sheepy sheep. Spastics everywhere. 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Out of reactions, but I agree.

 

I do prep and keep myself fit too, it's just switching off from things that I struggle with. I really have to push myself these days to work on my creative hobbies. It's not that I no longer enjoy them either, I just get that feeling that there's no point investing too much time in something when the world is turning into hell. I really need to stop thinking like that as creativity is part of what makes life interesting, and what sets humans apart from the animal world. I'm sure that's what the tyrants want too, to kill the human spirit.

Mate i have been working out last few weeks again and it's  been the best thing I've done. I feel full of testorone feel like I did 10 years ago.

 

Feeling that ache in the morning whilst blending a protein shake with 4 raw eggs then a steak and spinach breakfast can't beat it. Rating 5000 kcal is a bit of a struggle when you are wirey chap like me though.

 

 

Walking in the woods is good too. I have a new contract which I'll be working constantly 7 days a week soon so I'm making the most of it. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Mate i have been working out last few weeks again and it's  been the best thing I've done. I feel full of testorone feel like I did 10 years ago.

 

Feeling that ache in the morning whilst blending a protein shake with 4 raw eggs then a steak and spinach breakfast can't beat it. Rating 5000 kcal is a bit of a struggle when you are wirey chap like me though.

 

 

Walking in the woods is good too. I have a new contract which I'll be working constantly 7 days a week soon so I'm making the most of it. 

 

 

 

Good to hear!

 

It was getting in a routine that was the hard part for me. I work on a computer at home, so I once had to constantly remind myself to get out and get a bit of exercise each day. Once you make it a habit it's not so bad though, but fostering that habit to begin with is the difficult part. Patience and determination is key too as a lot of people will give things up quick if they don't see short-term gains.

 

It wasn't really an issue when I was young as I was playing footy all day on the football pitch on my council estate with my pals, so the exercise came naturally, but it definitely takes some will power to begin a routine as an adult.

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Good to hear!

 

It was getting in a routine that was the hard part for me. I work on a computer at home, so I once had to constantly remind myself to get out and get a bit of exercise each day. Once you make it a habit it's not so bad though, but fostering that habit to begin with is the difficult part. Patience and determination is key too as a lot of people will give things up quick if they don't see short-term gains.

 

It wasn't really an issue when I was young as I was playing footy all day on the football pitch on my council estate with my pals, so the exercise came naturally, but it definitely takes some will power to begin a routine as an adult.

Its interesting that we forget how to live as we grow from child to adult.

As a child I thought adults were nut jobs for the most part. The impression of western society.

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I went out to a pub today and everyone was injected there as far as I am aware, I was like the only one. It is going to be interesting when we go back to work and so on and all these unvaccinated people are perfectly fine and don't get sick, while over time we watch as all these vaccinated people start suffering weird issues. Shedding risks aside, which is very concerning for the unvaccinated. These vaccinated are having so many health issues it is not a joke. 

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11 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Its interesting that we forget how to live as we grow from child to adult.

As a child I thought adults were nut jobs for the most part.

 

I thought adults were boring and old fashioned, but now as an adult myself, I'm becoming old fashioned. lol

 

2 minutes ago, wingwang said:

 

People do try to scratch off stickers they don't like. Here's a picture I posted on here a while back...

 

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Oh I know, pal, it's just the razor blade bit that seems sketchy. As others have said, it makes no sense that those that are fighting for freedom would put blades under stickers when that would create a negative image of us.

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Sorry can't find the post who posted this link. I find it hilarious that their biggest concern is that it could impact vaccine hesitancy and we can't have that... So let's make some BS study that will say there is no impact and there is no reason not to get the vaccine. 

 

https://nypost.com/2021/09/07/nih-to-study-how-covid-19-vaccine-impacts-menstrual-cycle/

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I thought adults were boring and old fashioned, but now as an adult myself, I'm becoming old fashioned. lol

 

 

Oh I know, pal, it's just the razor blade bit that seems sketchy. As others have said, it makes no sense that those that are fighting for freedom would put blades under stickers when that would create a negative image of us.

 

One of the things most commonly used to remove stickers from surfaces is a razor blade or a stanley blade.

Were dealing with numpties LOL 

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Events list September. Anyone doing that long line across the country thing on Saturday? 

 

10 SEP – London, Finchley & Golders Green,10am, A Stand At Your Local MP

11 SEP – Darlington Rally, 2pm, with David Clews

11 SEP – Newcastle, 2pm For Freedom We Rise

11 SEP –  Hold The Line Humans, Across the UK (see list), 12pm

18 SEP – Manchester, 12pm, Discuss action against Vaccine Passports

18 SEP – World Wide Demonstration, London

19 SEP – Essex, Lake Meadows, 2pm, A Stand in the Park

19 SEP – Kent, Dane Park, 2pm, A Stand in the Park

19 SEP – Surrey, Stoke Park, Guildford, 2pm, A Stand in the Park

25 SEP – Brighton Freedom March, 12pm

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22 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I thought adults were boring and old fashioned, but now as an adult myself, I'm becoming old fashioned. lol

 

 

Oh I know, pal, it's just the razor blade bit that seems sketchy. As others have said, it makes no sense that those that are fighting for freedom would put blades under stickers when that would create a negative image of us.

 

 

wouldn't you see the razor blade shaped lump under the sticker, id think it would be pretty obvious to most people.

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Out of reactions, but I agree.

 

I do prep and keep myself fit too, it's just switching off from things that I struggle with. I really have to push myself these days to work on my creative hobbies. It's not that I no longer enjoy them either, I just get that feeling that there's no point investing too much time in something when the world is turning into hell. I really need to stop thinking like that as creativity is part of what makes life interesting, and what sets humans apart from the animal world. I'm sure that's what the tyrants want too, to kill the human spirit.

Yes there is definitely a subdued creative  energy all about us so I looked into the power of Crystals and all I can say is for me personally when I wear Amythyst, Rose Quartz, Orgone and Black Tourmaline my energy feels uplifted, calm and motivated and I seem to be able to negate energy vampires. 

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