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3 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

I think people might be be right when they call us stupid Britbongs.

First of all, speak for yourself 🤣 and secondly, who are THEY? 

 

Mind you, no one exactly likes us on the continent and we have done ourselves no favours, but a minority of idiots don't represent us all. They're stupid people everywhere, not just on these shores. 👍

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4 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

First of all, speak for yourself 🤣 and secondly, who are THEY? 

 

Mind you, no one exactly likes us on the continent and we have done ourselves no favours, but a minority of idiots don't represent us all. They're stupid people everywhere, not just on these shores. 👍

 

Just banter I hear a lot from other anons, but to be fair, they talk shit about most Western nations because all of our countries are going to the dogs. I don't take it too personally, I'm not like most Anglos anyway. I don't worship Churchill or anything.

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There is no end to this. It will be younger children next.

Pupils could lose out on face-to-face lessons if they don’t get vaccinated, warn ministers

"Parents have been warned by ministers that children could lose out on face-to-face learning unless the vaccine take-up improves.
Nadhim Zahawi, the Education Secretary, and Sajid Javid, the Health Secretary, have written a joint letter to parents, urging them to get their children vaccinated.
The letter explains that keeping children in school is a priority for the Government, but they need parents’ help to ensure pupils “are able to stay in face-to-face learning”.
Mothers and fathers should encourage their children to “come forward for the Covid-19 vaccine”, the letter said, adding that this is “one of the best things young people can do” to protect themselves and those around them.
Their intervention comes as vaccine take-up among 12- to 15-year-olds appears to have stalled in England, with just over one in ten (11.6 per cent) of the age group vaccinated. Meanwhile, in Scotland 36.3 per cent of the same age group has been vaccinated.
Mr Javid and Mr Zahawi’s letter has been sent to secondary schools to circulate to parents."
 
 
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2 hours ago, Observed said:

But this is the type of friend who nags and pushes and prods all days about pro vax! I don't even wanna argue because they are too far gone. But how do I argue when they insist on arguing.


I just say, it doesn;t sit well with me having Aborted fetal tissue injected into me as it's against my moral viewpoint.


That and the fact that we have no mid/long term safety data for a vaccine that does not even seem to work.

 

They never ever come up with a decent retort to the above, well at least so far in my experience.


 

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25 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

There is no end to this. It will be younger children next.

Pupils could lose out on face-to-face lessons if they don’t get vaccinated, warn ministers

"Parents have been warned by ministers that children could lose out on face-to-face learning unless the vaccine take-up improves.
Nadhim Zahawi, the Education Secretary, and Sajid Javid, the Health Secretary, have written a joint letter to parents, urging them to get their children vaccinated.
The letter explains that keeping children in school is a priority for the Government, but they need parents’ help to ensure pupils “are able to stay in face-to-face learning”.
Mothers and fathers should encourage their children to “come forward for the Covid-19 vaccine”, the letter said, adding that this is “one of the best things young people can do” to protect themselves and those around them.
Their intervention comes as vaccine take-up among 12- to 15-year-olds appears to have stalled in England, with just over one in ten (11.6 per cent) of the age group vaccinated. Meanwhile, in Scotland 36.3 per cent of the same age group has been vaccinated.
Mr Javid and Mr Zahawi’s letter has been sent to secondary schools to circulate to parents."
 
 

 

This is a bluff.

They need kids to attend school physically in order to sufficiently indoctrinate them.

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2 hours ago, Observed said:

But this is the type of friend who nags and pushes and prods all days about pro vax! I don't even wanna argue because they are too far gone. But how do I argue when they insist on arguing.

Have you made a will ? is the first thing i'd ask

Then launch into 'well you've taken a gamble with your life the same as me but if you are wrong you die,whereas me, if i have got it wrong by being not jabbed i get a dose of a flu like illness with a 99%+ chance of surviving;

If that doesn't work follow ziggys instructions

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2 minutes ago, mrspotatohead said:

SIGN THIS FWIW!
 

Referendum in the United Kingdom to abolish the Coronavirus Act:

 

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/597665

 

 

Have a look how they use the data by MP,they also filter out by country,amount of votes each mp gets etc

Now imagine that being used or sold to the highest bidder or perhaps the names and addresses of ''GASP'' domestic terrorists being passed on to each mp who can then circulate them to whoever he/she/they/it see fit for a little visit at some pre determined point in the future by the mind police,especially if that mps constitents didnt vote tory

 

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/597665.json

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31 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Just banter

I know, just teasing you for the generalisation.

 

But it's a pretty sad indictment of the world when they have preconceived ideas of what people are like just because of where they're from. 

 

I mean, I don't have preconceived ideas about anyone until I meet them. To elaborate I don't think Russian's are sneaky, or Italian blokes will steal my wife. Or that Irish people dance like River dance, eat potatoes and drink Guinness. Or that Scottish people are overly tight, eat haggis, deep fried mars bars and drink iron bru.

 

Many people from those places may actually do these things, but would I have such preconceived stereotypes of people for it not being shown on TV or movies? Socially made constructs of the matrix that we could do with out. Huge swathes of people from a multitude of countries don't meet the typical stereotype, yet people have these perceptions of each other. Question is, where do they come from and why? You know and I know, but it's bollocks, people are people, wherever they're from. 👍

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3 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

I know, just teasing you for the generalisation.

 

But it's a pretty sad indictment of the world when they have preconceived ideas of what people are like just because of where they're from. 

 

I mean, I don't have preconceived ideas about anyone until I meet them. To elaborate I don't think Russian's are sneaky, or Italian blokes will steal my wife. Or that Irish people dance like River dance, eat potatoes and drink Guinness. Or that Scottish people are overly tight, eat haggis, deep fried mars bars and drink iron bru.

 

Many people from those places may actually do these things, but would I have such preconceived stereotypes of people for it not being shown on TV or movies? Socially made constructs of the matrix that we could do with out. Huge swathes of people from a multitude of countries don't meet the typical stereotype, yet people have these perceptions of each other. Question is, where do they come from and why? You know and I know, but it's bollocks, people are people, wherever they're from. 👍

 

Yeah, I just laugh at it.

 

Americans get called silly 'burgers', with Canadians it's stupid 'leaf', with Brits it's 'britbong', etc.

 

But even though dissidents banter about eachothers nations, I think most agree that we're all getting screwed by globalists. It's just a way to cope and pretend that things are worse abroad.

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3 hours ago, Observed said:

My friend is doing my effing head in with the provax bullshit. How do you argue with these morons? 

 

 

Shake the dust off your feet and never say another word about it to them. When they take bites in the future, just refer the right honourable moron to your previous answer.

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Yeah, I just laugh at it.

 

Americans get called silly 'burgers', with Canadians it's stupid 'leaf', with Brits it's 'britbong', etc.

 

But even though dissidents banter about eachothers nations, I think most agree that we're all getting screwed by globalists. It's just a way to cope and pretend that things are worse abroad.

Yeah I hate this urban dictionary fad of coining new phrases to label people. Whoever thought of this concept is a cunt, plain and simple. Only a twat would conceive a concept of such fuckery. Half the time it's not even funny, but then I've never been a fad sort of guy. 👍

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1 minute ago, Morpheus said:

Yeah I hate this urban dictionary fad of coining new phrases to label people. Whoever thought of this concept is a cunt, plain and simple. Only a twat would conceive a concept of such fuckery. Half the time it's not even funny, but then I've never been a fad sort of guy. 👍

 

I hear you, but I kind of like having lexicon that normies and algorithms don't understand. There might be a time when we can only communicate in code and meme talk. I don't get offended by labels, but each to their own.

 

And there is some truth in some of it. We are a joke country. It's understandable when people are like:

 

"Oi, mate, you got a loicense for that knife"

 

Jokes like that don't mean every Brit is stupid and supports a nanny state, but it does highlight how silly Britain has become.

 

I just don't take things to heart, and I kind of like meme culture because I would go mad if I couldn't laugh at the state of things.

 

I understand that not everyone understands or cares about chan talk though, but I guess it's just another subculture. I probably wouldn't understand a lot of normie lexicon.

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We've had regional stereotypes for hundreds of years especially in the UK where we can take the piss out of each other especially at work etc,i think it just moved with the times and went online and the same as any closed user group it develops its own language idioms and tla's,look at management speak ,its much the same,it enables those 'in' the group to communicate at the exclusion of those 'outside' been the same since we were not much more than turd flinging monkeys

If i had a penny for every time ive been called a morris dancer i could afford new clogs

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1 hour ago, Roscommon said:

 

This is a bluff.

They need kids to attend school physically in order to sufficiently indoctrinate them.

 

 I doubt it's a bluff.

 

They want as many people as possible vaccinated, including children.

 

These are dangerous politicians imo.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

 I doubt it's a bluff.

 

They want as many people as possible vaccinated, including children.

 

These are dangerous politicians imo.

 

 

It's a bluff to get more injection cos low uptake. There's more chance of them taking kids off parents than not wanting them in school to be indoctrinated. They did the same when ever a new cohort came in, the new group always was the most in hospital. This morning the BBC was stating pregnant mothers now are the most hospitalised then said pregnant women should no there's no risk to unborn babies and they need to go get jabbed. Just before the kid cohort came up they was taking up most room in hospitals. There just bluffing so it will increase the uptake so they can get as many jabbed as possible

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26 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

 I doubt it's a bluff.

 

They want as many people as possible vaccinated, including children.

 

These are dangerous politicians imo.

 

 


It wouldn't do well for the Globalist agenda to have potentially hundreds of thousands of kids heading off to free thinking hedgeschools and or home-schooling. 

Schools are not for education, they are for indoctrination.

 

It's a bluff in my opinion.

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