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3 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

'm not really much of a gold bug as its mostly out of my reach. For most people it is too expensive and doesn't come in small enough sizes to actually trade for day to day goods in a black market economy

 

I think gold will have a barter value and gold coins will always take up less space per value than silver,which has remided me i DO have some gold left albeit in the form of ladies watch dials that weigh 0.2 grammes each,lovely swiss hallmarks as well,i had a phase of buying rolled gold for the price of silver pre covid and i used to refine it at home but got shot as soon as i could

 

Bic lighters and candles will have a price far exceeding gold one day

 

Precious metals will be useless, or if of any actual use, they will be a dangerous liability unless you are armed to the teeth because you will be robbed.  The bartering will be over food, skills and manual labour.  The more you have of those three, the more secure you will be, save that stores of food, if known, could bring about the same problem as a hoard of metals.

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1 hour ago, zarkov said:

"Apathy" I reckon.

Psychological trauma. Over a year of being bombarded with propaganda, threats, 'science' and bloody experts has turned the average person into a hollow shell of a human being. I have noticed that empathy is in very short supply, having been replaced by hostility, especially towards those of use who have resisted.

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4 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Further to my financial thoughts one that keeps coming into my head is the fact that should there be a mass die off in the comming weeks and months the amount of people dying intestate will increase exponentially as the age range goes down,younger people are far less likely to have made a will People finding themselves in the position of having had a relative in such an unfortunate position will then have the increased hassle of fighting the state for what is rightfully theirs and given their ability to dance roughshod over minor legal technicalites will see the biggest property and asset seizure in favour of the state since communism was invented

 

Intestacy is just rules for the distribution of property without a provable will.  It has nothing to do with seizure by the state.  If you mean seizure by the tax authorities due to lack of planning, this may happen but it is possible for administrators of an intestate estate to get round this by putting assets into trust and/or varying how the intestacy rules are applied.  Most people would just sell the assets anyway.

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Just now, Ergo Storm said:

 

Precious metals will be useless, or if of any actual use, they will be a dangerous liability unless you are armed to the teeth because you will be robbed.  The bartering will be over food, skills and manual labour.  The more you have of those three, the more secure you will be, save that stores of food, if known, could bring about the same problem as a hoard of metals.

 

That's why people need to band together where possible. When times get really tough, it isn't just the government that will be feared. Neighbour will turn on neighbour.

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2 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Tesco is like 50/50 maskists now even in air strip clownworld central where I live. Im wondering whats changed with the virus. Does it only come out when its raining, as they seem to wear them more often then. I seriously doubt these people have wised up atall so not kidding myself.

Honestly think it changes depending on day, time etc. Been on maybe 1 in 100 masked, next time just me and my lady massless

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Just now, Ergo Storm said:

 

Intestacy is just rules for the distribution of property without a provable will.  It has nothing to do with seizure by the state.  If you mean seizure by the tax authorities due to lack of planning, this may happen but it is possible for administrators of an intestate estate to get round this by putting assets into trust and/or varying how the intestacy rules are applied.  Most people would just sell the assets anyway.

Rarely, in my experience, have I seen an estate escheat to the state.

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32 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Giant Red Pill

On a timeline to fuckville!

https://www.bitchute.com/video/3ZnQjwAqUZHY/

 

 

 

I think that guy sums it up nicely.

 

When we call people 'sheep' it's important to remember they aren't as soft as sheep, just that they tend to stupidly follow the leader. Many of these 'sheep' are as hard as nails and will tear apart anyone in their way once they finally realise the full truth. As the guy says, distance yourselves.

 

This shit was never about the wu-WHO-JEW-mu-flu!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Psychological trauma. Over a year of being bombarded with propaganda, threats, 'science' and bloody experts has turned the average person into a hollow shell of a human being. I have noticed that empathy is in very short supply, having been replaced by hostility, especially towards those of use who have resisted.

I agree completely and out of likes -  though was summing up in response to DaleP's earlier post

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

Pfizer and BioNTech are planning to seek FDA approval for their COVID-19 vaccine in children aged five to 11 'in the coming weeks'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9977965/Pfizer-planning-seek-approval-COVID-19-vaccine-children-aged-five-older.html

 

The stipulation is that the benefits of vaccines for children must outweigh risks of covid19 and we know there is no risk to children, who have not sickened or been hospitalized throughout the so-called pandemic. It can’t be justified on health grounds, period.  So, they proposed the “greater good” scenario, to “protect others” which they know does not meet the criteria either and is illegal. Now Whitty, clutching at straws, claims it is for their “mental health” but not all children have issues with their mental health, even after the psychological abuse inflicted by lockdowns. Neither does the vaccine improve overall well-being, it is supposed to prevent a disease. So, that won’t fly either.

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The first stage of grief is always denial, and my goodness are the jabbed in denial today.

 

What a lot of venom I’ve had from those whom I usually have a cordial back and forth with.

 

They seem to be spooked by the Government now blatantly going against the science.

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1 minute ago, ar55 said:

The first stage of grief is always denial, and my goodness are the vaccinated in denial today.

 

What a lot of venom I’ve had from those whom I usually have a composed back and forth with.

 

They seem to be spooked by the Government now blatantly going against the science.

Well in Austria they announced that unvaxxed have to wear masks in shops whilst the vaxxed can go without. 

 

Not sure if it's to 'show the unvaxxed how life can be' or show the vaxxed who the enemy are, maybe a bit of both. 

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