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23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Physical media is slowly being phased out. Movies, TV shows and gaming will mostly be digital subscription services in future like Netflix and Xbox Game Pass. Buying digital media isn't much better either as it's basically just paying for a license to play a file. They can't have the slaves owning stuff that they can barter with.

 

Out of likes.   A very good point about owning and barter.  Many people like the convenience of online streaming, but I prefer the independance of physical media, under my control and not being dependent on the internet for all things.    We have seen with HBO Max, Netflix, BBC iplayer, Brit Box, Now TV etc. removing things like comedy programmes and films at a stroke due to the overnight changing of goal posts of political correctness/censorship.  Also with downloads and streaming it ticks the box for complete realtime surveillance and could be used for social credit rating. You watched, for example, Fahrenheit 451, the Francois Truffaut film, that will be a credit down rating.  I suspect there will come a time when PTB will not want people to see how much more freedom there was before the New Normal.  At a flick of a switch, media content they don't like is removed.

 

 

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1 hour ago, jesuitsdidit said:

 

So they've just been renaming Flu deaths as COVID deaths plus some hype?

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/health/flu-wales-australian-flu-hospitals-17532792

 

8 JAN 2020

 

Flu at highest levels since winter began as 'Australian flu' hits Wales

The A(H3N2) strain often leads to more hospital admissions and flu-related deaths than in a normal winter

Flu is now circulating in Wales at its highest levels since winter began with so-called "Australian flu" the most common strain of the virus.

 

 

From January this year, strange that this australian flu seems to have just vanished.!

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11 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Out of likes.   A very good point about owning and barter.  Many people like the convenience of online streaming, but I prefer the independance of physical media, under my control and not being dependent on the internet for all things.    We have seen with HBO Max, Netflix, BBC iplayer, Brit Box, Now TV etc. removing things like comedy programmes and films at a stroke due to the overnight changing of goal posts of political correctness/censorship.  Also with downloads and streaming it ticks the box for complete realtime surveillance and could be used for social credit rating. You watched, for example, Fahrenheit 451, the Francois Truffaut film, that will be a credit down rating.  I suspect there will come a time when PTB will not want people to see how much more freedom there was before the New Normal.  At a flick of a switch, media content they don't like is removed.

 

 

 

 

Their new normal cannot function without tech backup.

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I think UK government should provide school meals to all children during Coronavirus. They could be free to those in need and others could pay a small contribution up to £2 per person.

Apparently the vouchers can be exchanged for even non-food items.

How can you expect a child to buy sensibly? They'll probably buy crisps coke and sweets.

They should be getting a square meal of meat and 2 veg like Shepherd's Pie with peas and carrots. And rhubarb crumble or fruit tart with custard for pudding like we used to get.

 

The Government needs to stop being so penny-pinching and mean. They know that the poorest need all the help they can get not least because the level of social care is now so decimated that some people can only put frozen pizza on the plate maybe with baked beans. THAT IS NOT A HEALTHY DIET.

School meals are nutritious and because they have bulk buying capability can be produced at an affordable cost. The GOVERNMENT needs to get off it's backside and START GOVERNING.

 

 

 

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"Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future." - Saul Alinsky

 

Sounds relevant.

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11 minutes ago, jesuitsdidit said:

I think UK government should provide school meals to all children during Coronavirus. They could be free to those in need and others could pay a small contribution up to £2 per person.

Apparently the vouchers can be exchanged for even non-food items.

How can you expect a child to buy sensibly? They'll probably buy crisps coke and sweets.

They should be getting a square meal of meat and 2 veg like Shepherd's Pie with peas and carrots. And rhubarb crumble or fruit tart with custard for pudding like we used to get.

 

The Government needs to stop being so penny-pinching and mean. They know that the poorest need all the help they can get not least because the level of social care is now so decimated that some people can only put frozen pizza on the plate maybe with baked beans. THAT IS NOT A HEALTHY DIET.

School meals are nutritious and because they have bulk buying capability can be produced at an affordable cost. The GOVERNMENT needs to get off it's backside and START GOVERNING.

 

 

 

 

Yet for COVID-1984  propaganda, equipment and installations there are unlimited funds.

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'Mass unmasked shopping event' held at Weymouth supermarket"

https://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/18823476.mass-unmasked-shopping-event-held-weymouth-supermarket/?ref=twtrec

 

She organised a 'mass unmasked shopping event' in Asda in Weymouth on Sunday, October 25. She said between 12 and 15 people showed up for the event.

"What we tried to do with our little shopping trip is show people that it's absolutely fine to go out without wearing a mask," she said.

"Some people don't have enough confidence to do it on their own sometimes because they are bullied and yelled at and ridiculed by other people. What gives them the right to say what we should do and police us? It is like World War Two with people policing each other.

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3 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Yet for COVID-1984  propaganda, equipment and installations there are unlimited funds.

 

Whichever Government abolished free school meals is an absolute disgrace.

More Thatcherite small-mindedness.

"We reduced your taxes so you can afford to do it yourself."

 

Well it is not that simple. But then if you believe "there is no such thing as society" it probably makes perfect sense.

 

DISGRACEFUL.

 

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3 hours ago, jesuitsdidit said:

 

Take your f'ing Masks off now and if you are challenged say you are exempt because it gives you asthma attack and you can't breathe.

They don't work and there is no virus.

 

 

Mask-hesitancy is anti-social behaviour and a psychological disorder, apparently.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Illmatic said:

 

Absolutely. The word "theory" is very important as it implies there is absolutely no basis in fact for the ideas.

 

I remember reading it first got used widely in media after the JFK shooting, but I'm not sure maybe that's a "conspiracy theory" 😂

I disagree. 

 

There are many scientific therories that are seen as factually correct or a little more evidence will suggest its  now a scientific fact. 

 

Same with conspiracies. Some are theories at first once you see some "signs" and symptoms of inconsistencies. Then once you get even more evidence the theory will become more and more credible. Then you apply basic common sense. After more evidence and possibly even real world / first hand experience  evidence to support your theory you can now say this theory beyond doubt (albeit with some possible discrepancies) is FACT. 

 

So we should feel proud to be called Conspiracy theorists. Becausr theories are good to have because 60% these theories are based on truth....

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3 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Looking at footage of 'anti lockdown riots' in Italy.

I am wondering how organic they actually are?

 

stage 1 spread virus fear.

stage 2 lockdowns.

stage 3 control the riots

 

?:classic_unsure:?

 

Yes

There seemed to be a lot of smoke reflecting red and purple spotlights which often suggests STAGED EVENT to me.

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6 minutes ago, TheAwakened said:

Yes, we shoudl play on it

 

 

Wearing a mask makes us feel pspsychological distress. Tell them it makes you feel like death is incoming. 

 

8 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Mask-hesitancy is anti-social behaviour and a psychological disorder, apparently

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Well, I say infecting your population with dangerous Binary Bioweapons is anti-social behaviour and a psychological disorder.

 

 

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https://twitter.com/TraceyOMahony81/status/1320386215401631744?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^tweet

 

On the spot fines for attending protests, organizing house parties or for traveling unecessary more than 5km. Our democracy here is gone and the Irish sheeple lying down and taking it without a murmur, fighting Irish my ass. I read an online post from someone saying you are not obliged to give the cops your name in the event of them trying to fine you, unsubstantiated and Tracey doesnt mention that in her video here

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On  the spot fines for attending protests, organizing house parties or for traveling unecessary more than 5km.

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So protests are now Illegal in Ireland.

That's convenient isn't it?

 

Have you noticed that every time they want to bring in more restrictions they do it in one country and if there is no serious reaction then it is introduced in more countries.

 

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