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I started a new job not so long ago and quit after three weeks, I refused to wear a stupid mask all day at all, laughed at the managers and their covid terror.. I could see it wasn't going to end well

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56 minutes ago, Velma said:

I'm old. I'm happy to live a sedentary life, therefore “lockdown” hasn't affected my life one iota, apart from the inconvenience of doing basic things, like shopping. I haven't observed their rules anyway and still go wherever I want, unmasked. Although, I know elderly people whose life revolved around various activities, which gave them a motive to get up in the morning and go out. Whether it's bowls or darts, swimming or singing, they have been denied these small pleasures. Not to mention being forcibly parted from family, friends and aquaintances. Many of them now live in fear, because they trust their government and the media.

 

However, when I was young, my life centered around socialising, pubs, clubs, parties, music festivals and dancing. Okay, I was a wastrel, but I cannot imagine having been wrested from this lifestyle and compelled to remain separated from society, transfixed to a computer screen, or phone. When I was even younger, I played hockey, badmington and netball. Children can't even enjoy football now. Youngsters are prevented from attending certain classes, cinema, bowling, gym, rugby, choirs, so many things we took for granted.

 

If this energy is continually stifled and redirected into a 'virtual world' the psychological impact and detrimental effect on health, will have long-term, devastating consequences. I don't have a crystal ball, I'm not “New Age” so I can't predict how this pent-up frustration and resentment will vent itself, but it will create a dysfunctional generation, who no longer know what normal is. So much potential, creativity and ambition is stagnating, with little hope for a better furure. The WEC tells us we will own nothing, but be happy. I beg to differ.

 

Plus one Velma.  I think we are a similar age.

 

The younger generation, my son included on the whole don't have a problem with not having

face to face contact and socialising in person.  On the whole, they are happy with virtual friendships.

 

It worries me that some of the younger generation working from home or unemployed at home

will become very lonely and depressed. 

 

Although I need to respect I am of a different generation to my son, I believe there

has been an agenda for a long time to distance social contact.  Human beings thrive imo when

they are with other people ... to hug, to laugh, to debate and to love each other.

 

It's not the same via a computer.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Plus one Velma.  I think we are a similar age.

 

The younger generation, my son included on the whole don't have a problem with not having

face to face contact and socialising in person.  On the whole, they are happy with virtual friendships.

 

It worries me that some of the younger generation working from home or unemployed at home

will become very lonely and depressed. 

 

Although I need to respect I am of a different generation to my son, I believe there

has been an agenda for a long time to distance social contact.  Human beings thrive imo when

they are with other people ... to hug, to laugh, to debate and to love each other.

 

It's not the same via a computer.

 

 

 

Absolutely. Being in my late 20s I don't entirely agree with that. Most millenials still want to go out and live, breath, laugh, sing, dance, have sex, etc... but the social justice narritive has been getting hammered into people's heads for the last decade or so and no there is an awful culture of virtue signalling and being righteous so people won't think you are horrible. Young people are willing to depress themselves because it's "the right thing"

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3 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Plus one Velma.  I think we are a similar age.

 

The younger generation, my son included on the whole don't have a problem with not having

face to face contact and socialising in person.  On the whole, they are happy with virtual friendships.

 

It worries me that some of the younger generation working from home or unemployed at home

will become very lonely and depressed. 

 

Although I need to respect I am of a different generation to my son, I believe there

has been an agenda for a long time to distance social contact.  Human beings thrive imo when

they are with other people ... to hug, to laugh, to debate and to love each other.

 

It's not the same via a computer.

 

 

My nieces and nephews - all 18,19,20,22 years old- seemed so alive on social media. I saw them in person a few Christmases ago and all four of them sat there like lemons with nothing to say. None of them had any conversational skills whatsoever. None of them had a sense of humour in the flesh, though were full of banter online. After numerous efforts to engage them I suggested they should all go into the garden and communicate with me via Facebook, which they nervously laughed at.

 

Seen them all once since then but it was clear they never forgave me for a light hearted observation. Incredibly bold behind a screen - some of their interactions with others would make your toes curl - but utter fannies in real life.

 

And that's the problem. Many of this generation have had their lives divided whereby they are adults online and babies in real life. The part that 'grows up' is a fantasy person they have created. 

 

In short, an environment has been created where people are terrified of real contact, real relationships, live conversations, real growth.

 

When the internet disappears (as we know it) I suspect they'll all drop dead at the terror of realising they are alone - and always were.

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18 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Who put that idea in their heads?

 

For me a relentless campaign of media campaign promoting far left divisive and science-denying politics, mixed with the psychological toxicity of social media and virtue signalling.

 

I believe this was a concerted campaign to set the stage for an event such as this. Reprogramming to push social pressure to boiling point, have everyone obsessing over being moral and just. Promote unscientific ideas such as that gender is a social construct to make people more open to any idea with authority behind it, no matter how absurb.

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17 minutes ago, Saved said:

My nieces and nephews - all 18,19,20,22 years old- seemed so alive on social media. I saw them in person a few Christmases ago and all four of them sat there like lemons with nothing to say. None of them had any conversational skills whatsoever. None of them had a sense of humour in the flesh, though were full of banter online. After numerous efforts to engage them I suggested they should all go into the garden and communicate with me via Facebook, which they nervously laughed at.

 

Seen them all once since then but it was clear they never forgave me for a light hearted observation. Incredibly bold behind a screen - some of their interactions with others would make your toes curl - but utter fannies in real life.

 

And that's the problem. Many of this generation have had their lives divided whereby they are adults online and babies in real life. The part that 'grows up' is a fantasy person they have created. 

 

In short, an environment has been created where people are terrified of real contact, real relationships, live conversations, real growth.

 

When the internet disappears (as we know it) I suspect they'll all drop dead at the terror of realising they are alone - and always were.

 

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4 hours ago, jesuitsdidit said:

“By wearing a mask, the exhaled viruses will not be able to escape and will concentrate in the nasal passages, enter the olfactory nerves and travel into the brain.” — Russell Blaylock, MD

 

Well. 

That makes it totally safe for most of the population seeing how they are either brain dead already or do not possess a brain at all.. 

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So they've put it out there today that another full lockdown should occur by mid-December, knowing full well what that would correspond with. What are the chances of this being brought forward at some point, probably to mid-late November, in order to 'free up' Xmas so they can actually turn the inevitable further devastation on its head and make out as though they're actually doing us all a favour?

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I fucking hate Christmas.... I have such a shit dysfunctional family that wont take no for an answer when I just want to stay home with my kids..... 

This lockdown looming sucks for everyone obviously but every cloud and all that....total silver lining for me I can just stay home with my kids 

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32 minutes ago, wingwang said:

JINGLE HELLS Cops WILL enter homes and break-up Christmas family gatherings if they break lockdown rules, warns police chief:

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13041212/cops-will-enter-homes-break-up-christmas-lockdown-covid-rules/?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=fabulousfacebook&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1603878086

 

 

 

Ho, ho, ho Merry Christmas - you're nicked. 

In the article another photo of non-essential items cordoned off in Wales.

 

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I hope there are Christmas lockdowns tbh. People don't seek to care about their basic human rights and bodily autonomy but from working in retail in the past I know that by God do they care about Christmas. I've never been the hugest fan of it so I don't mind if it's cancelled, but I think it would be the final straw for many, many people.

 

If we have a pre Christmas lockdown, an opening up and then another one in January it might keep the masses placated for now. Better to get the ball rolling on the Great Awakening sooner rather than later. 

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The world is mad and not becoming better. I don't like this PCR test being given to people, it is just a very bad detection for RNA which is also the same for RNA fragment that is old dead virus. This means people who have had sars-2 in the body and created antibody for this (fragments virus) are being positive for covid19 when they are healthy.

 

My advice to all members who wish to make some difference is to post the link to friends and family I show below from Dr Michael Yeadon  -

 

https://lockdownsceptics.org/lies-damned-lies-and-health-statistics-the-deadly-danger-of-false-positives/

 

I apologise if this is posted before. It is a very detailed explanation and makes a strong argument for stopping no more lock downs. On my personal level, I wish to watch live football once more and am angry this is stopped.

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My advice to all members who wish to make some difference is to post the link to friends and family I show below from Dr Michael Yeadon  -

 

Perhaps listening to an interview might be easier for some? 

 

 

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The man who broke his own lockdown rules twice in early May, during the height of the COVID-1984 pandemic, is back with his opinions and Mystic Meg predictions. 

 

National lockdown scientist says England will be suffering 'high levels' of Covid well into 2021

By Daniel Smith

10:52, 28 OCT 2020

Prof Neil Ferguson claims the tiered restrictions approach will be ineffective in the short term

The scientist behind the UK-wide lockdown in March says the tiered restrictions approach being used in England will be ineffective in the short term.

Prof Neil Ferguson, whose modelling prompted the nation shut down, told the PA news agency that measures in Tier 2 and Tier 3 areas are “unlikely to cause daily cases and deaths to fall rapidly”.

He said that modelling suggests that this could leave the country with 'high levels' of Covid cases, demand on health care and deaths "until spring 2021".

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Professor Neil Ferguson, of Imperial College London,

Prof Ferguson, from Imperial College London, said: “The concern at the moment is that even if the measures adopted in Tier 2 and Tier 3 areas slow spread in the next few weeks, they are unlikely to cause daily cases and deaths to fall rapidly.

“Modelling from all the academic groups informing Sage suggests that this could leave the country with high levels of Covid circulation, healthcare demand and mortality for several months, at least until spring 2021.”

 

Full article here https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/uk-news/national-lockdown-scientist-says-england-19178680

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Myanmar is a country of nearly 54 million people.

It has had 1,000 COVID-19 deaths.

It has been subject to a severe lockdown.

“People are eating rats and snakes,” one resident said. “Without an income, they need to eat like that to feed their children.”

Meanwhile, the panic that feeds into anti-life decisions like lockdowns in Myanmar continues apace.

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Here we go with Germany & Switzerland starting lockdown procedures and France on the cusp of very tight wartime lockdown restrictions.

 

Europe is facing a new wave of national lockdowns as Angela Merkel's government reach a deal with local authorities in all 16 federal states to impose a partial lockdown from November 2.

The lockdown will see all bars and restaurants closed until at least November 30, while shops may remain open provided they meet a new condition of a maximum of one person per ten square metres in order to respect social distancing.

France is also preparing for new nationwide restrictions. Emmanuel Macron will address the nation at 8pm local time this evening, when he is expected to announce a four week national stay-at-home directive.

While the details of that announcement are not currently known publicly, it is expected that French residents will not be allowed to leave their home except for essential reasons, such as work, exercise or food shopping.

Switzerland, too, has imposed tighter restrictions, ordering dance clubs to be closed from Thursday, halting in-person university classes starting early next month, and placing new limits on sporting and leisure activities. These measures will last indefinitely.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/coronavirus-news-uk-covid-deaths-cases-lockdown-tier-vaccine/

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