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55 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

I speak basic Spanish, but not legal Spanish.

 

Spain endured one of the most harsh lockdowns in 2020, not being allowed outside your home to go for a walk! Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards and foreign nationals were fined for doing so.

 

I'm not sure, but the text may be about how the Spanish Supreme Court ruled these actions were against the Spanish Constitution and in effect illegal. Everyone now has the right to have those fines refunded. The court was also against vaccine passports.

 

So, thank God, Spain where I live can never have those draconian measures imposed on them again.

Covid: Spain's top court rules lockdown unconstitutional

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-57838615

 

 

Interesting, I sincerely hope that the document has some legitimacy to it. That's a fee courts on the continent that have ruled at against the PCR test not being fit for purpose, Germany and Spain both count lockdowns as unlawful. Hopefully the tide is turning. Thanks for that GR and @SimonTV 🙏

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6 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Conspiracy theorist equals terrorist. There's a lot of it about. In the USA, parents who have the temerity to object to the filth their kids learn at school are labelled domestic terrorists. This from the Attorney-General himself. The non-stop demonization continues at all levels.

Watching Ted Cruz rip the GA a new arsehole was quite pleasurable to watch that fucker squirm. 

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17 minutes ago, Ween Dwijler said:

Proving the point of my previous posting. Thanks for your prompt cooperation.

 

Don't know what you're on about. All I know is that there is no NatSoc conspiracy, unless we have some anti-white Nazis running around, but that doesn't explain the degeneracy.

 

I guess it's a duality of man thing too.

 

Look at Schwab for example. The normie will focus on his thick German accent and historical ties to NatSoc Germany, which makes him look like a some kind of caricature villain.

 

Then others will look at his surname, who he rubs shoulders with, and where he was when 9/11 was going down.

 

It takes balls to talk about the latter.

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

Not surprised.

I am. I thought the Orthodox Church was one of the bastions of anti-globalism but I suppose they've just fallen into line behind Bergoglio and the Anglicans.

 

“A person cannot justify his refusal to vaccinate with the Orthodox faith ... But we believe that a person should independently, freely make a decision,” he said. Fancy that. So if a believer independently and freely chooses not to take the shot because aborted baby cells were used in its development, the church will not stand behind that believer?

 

As far as I know, Orthodoxy has condemned the abortion of babies since the 4th century, equating such as murder. So what's changed? Have they finally got around to debating the issue? I doubt it. This is Putin speaking.

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Just now, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

I am. I thought the Orthodox Church was one of the bastions of anti-globalism but I suppose they've just fallen into line behind Bergoglio and the Anglicans.

 

I used to think that too. I don't trust them these days though. Too many NazBols and KGB assets about.

 

The Soviet Israel connection is still massive too.

 

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4 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

He's had his knickers in a twist ever since he was rejected as a Supreme Court Justice. Petty little man. The decision to reject him was clearly right.

Oh yeah, indeed. Labelling your own countrymen as domestic terrorists without investigating the claim is the best way to assure you don't get any further. 

 

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That twat Neil Ferguson needs to be one of the first at the gallows, shite he's come out with is unreal. 

 

May 2020

Prof Neil Ferguson has quit as a government adviser on coronavirus after admitting an "error of judgement".

Prof Ferguson, whose advice to the prime minister led to the UK lockdown, said he regretted "undermining" the messages on social distancing.

The Telegraph reported that a woman he was said to be in a relationship with visited his home in lockdown.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said it was "extraordinary" and that he "took the right decision to resign".

 

June 2021

Matt Hancock has resigned as health secretary after he breached social distancing guidance by kissing a colleague.

 

Taking the piss aren't they. 

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Just now, Dazzer said:

Prof Neil Ferguson has quit as a government adviser on coronavirus after admitting an "error of judgement".

 

Just now, Dazzer said:

Matt Hancock has resigned as health secretary after he breached social distancing guidance by kissing a colleague.

 

They never really resign. They just orbit the general area and swoop back in after a suitable time has passed. The public has the collective memory of a fruit fly so no complaints are raised.

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6 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Oh yeah, indeed. Labelling your own countrymen as domestic terrorists without investigating the claim is the best way to assure you don't get any further. 

 

Not in Biden's America. The default position is that you're a domestic terrorist if you oppose vaccines, oppose critical race theory, or support Donald Trump.

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4 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

 

They never really resign. They just orbit the general area and swoop back in after a suitable time has passed. The public has the collective memory of a fruit fly so no complaints are raised.

Yep, remember the 500,000 deaths in the UK he predicted? Prick. 

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9 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Thanks Ziggy, but I have never put anyone on ignore in over two years on this forum

 

I like to read the comments of possible infiltraters and reply to them!

 

They are easy spot; they immediately dive on anyone who offers up solutions to the current predicament and sent you off in other directions, such as look over here not over there.  Then congratulate themselves. When the rest of us know where all of this is leading. 

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3 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

 

So, they listened to AstraZeneca up until now, but as soon as AstraZeneca says 'this is no longer a pandemic', then they turn somewhat deaf. 

 

 

 

3 hours ago, Mr H said:

Interesting story. Lockdown for unvaxxed in Austria. Makes one wonder why they didn't do this for the elderly in the first instance.

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2021/nov/12/austria-province-to-place-millions-of-unvaccinated-people-in-covid-lockdown

 

If all of this bullshit was 'real', then damn right that is what any government would have done.

 

 

 

2 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

It doesn't surprise me at all that Rantzen wants the unvaccinated elderly people to die (probably alone) at home. She and Savile were close. Initially, she tried to protect his reputation when the truth was finally revealed. And it has never sat well with me that she was involved with Childline, asking children to report sexual abuse, possibly those in care homes abused by powerful politicians. She's part of the evil gang imo.

 

 

Regarding Childline, even on so-called 'normie forums' I have seen folks saying how they thought it was all set up to 'monitor and control'; rather than to help child victims. Christmas Eve 1986, Jimmy at 5.20pm and Esther at 7.50pm.

 

https://ukchristmastv.weebly.com/bbc-1986.html

 

 

 

2 hours ago, Ween Dwijler said:

Dietrich Bonhoeffer argued that stupid people are more dangerous than evil ones. This is because while we can protest against or fight evil people, against stupid ones we are defenseless — reasons fall on death ears. Bonhoeffer’s famous text, which we slightly edited for this video, serves any free society as a warning of what can happen when certain people gain too much power.

 

A warning of what can happen when certain people gain too much power? Yes, they end up wanting it ALL

 

 

 

2 hours ago, ar55 said:

YouTube has removed its dislike button to ‘protect users’. No doubt it’s actually in response to all the Covid nonsense videos being disliked to oblivion.

 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-59264070

 

They literally have zero shame, when it comes to the amount of bullshit they will tell the general public. A bit like Ebay claiming to change their fee structures to 'help make them easier for folks to understand'; rather than for profiteering. So, they are doing this to everyone to protect a minority, who are already able to protect themselves. To protect themselves from 'co-ordinated attacks by online trolls who work together to rack up huge dislike tallies on people's content' that is. Hmm, loads of online trolls working together, eh. I never heard that one before, unless they are perhaps referring to the 77th Brigade?

 

'As well as hiding some or all comments, creators have pointed out a feature already exists to hide likes and dislikes, which YouTubers can activate if they want to.'

 

 

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25 minutes ago, numnuts said:

 

So, they listened to AstraZeneca up until now, but as soon as AstraZeneca says 'this is no longer a pandemic', then they turn somewhat deaf. 

 

 

 

 

If all of this bullshit was 'real', then damn right that is what any government would have done.

 

 

 

 

Regarding Childline, even on so-called 'normie forums' I have seen folks saying how they thought it was all set up to 'monitor and control'; rather than to help child victims. Christmas Eve 1986, Jimmy at 5.20pm and Esther at 7.50pm.

 

https://ukchristmastv.weebly.com/bbc-1986.html

 

 

 

 

A warning of what can happen when certain people gain too much power? Yes, they end up wanting it ALL

 

 

 

 

They literally have zero shame, when it comes to the amount of bullshit they will tell the general public. A bit like Ebay claiming to change their fee structures to 'help make them easier for folks to understand'; rather than for profiteering. So, they are doing this to everyone to protect a minority, who are already able to protect themselves. To protect themselves from 'co-ordinated attacks by online trolls who work together to rack up huge dislike tallies on people's content' that is. Hmm, loads of online trolls working together, eh. I never heard that one before, unless they are perhaps referring to the 77th Brigade?

 

'As well as hiding some or all comments, creators have pointed out a feature already exists to hide likes and dislikes, which YouTubers can activate if they want to.'

 

 

 

 Also at 2pm on Christmas Eve, they were showing Rolf Harris 'Cartoon Time'. 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Organised, controlled, Godless trash. 

 

Otherwise known as (a part of) the whore church. Same with the Roman Catholic church and the same with the COE. Indeed, the call is for God's people to come out of the entire thing lest they share in the judgement that is coming upon these haunts of demons.

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1 hour ago, Sheepy said:

They are easy spot; they immediately dive on anyone who offers up solutions to the current predicament and sent you off in other directions, such as look over here not over there.  Then congratulate themselves. When the rest of us know where all of this is leading. 

You might be on to something there. The real "infiltrators" are easy to spot. The usual tactics of psychological warfare sanctimonially followed. Of course followed by an almost silly mutual ass kissing. I wouldn't be surprised if some serious IP tracking of them would lead to just a couple of well-known addresses.

 

It reminds me a bit of a Dutch TV series called "Debtors & Creditors". Situated in an office full of bookkeepers, making dumbest jokes ever, talking all day about keeping their aspidistras flying and celebrating those who are most miserable of them all. Hilarious.

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10 minutes ago, Ween Dwijler said:

You might be on to something there. The real "infiltrators" are easy to spot. The usual tactics of psychological warfare sanctimonially followed. Of course followed by an almost silly mutual ass kissing. I wouldn't be surprised if some serious IP tracking of them would lead to just a couple of well-known addresses.

Scarborough, Manchester, Bude and Palmer street?

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