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10 minutes ago, Jode said:

There is no virus involved btw.  Millimeter microwaves are able to cause hypoxia all on their own, see: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mX1fSrTzvWIxJBOC0Q8POLD0XhBQSpDv

 

How does this correlate with the lack of illness/symptoms in children do you think? 

 

Different frequencies induce different states. A great many radiological wavelenths are interfering with biological functions. The experts in these fields, according to Barry Trower, a microwave military expert for 60 years, knew everything there was to know back in 1947.

 

They know how to weaponize radiological waves to wage a silent war.

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12 hours ago, Alnitak said:

It gets better by the day....

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8349129/Dominic-Cummings-investigated-police-breaking-coronavirus-lockdown-rules.html

 

in short Cummings broke lock down rules in March ?

 

I thought one of the rules is you have to live at one address and cannot go to a second home. Is that the rule and is this the same thing, I honestly don't know?

 

But then again can Boris really do anything about Mr Cummings when?....

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-52153594

 

 

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Boris Johnson will carry on self-isolating after continuing to display mild symptoms of the coronavirus including having a temperature.

The prime minister tested positive for the virus last Friday and had been due to come out of self-isolation today.

Mr Johnson continues to work from home and chaired a coronavirus meeting on Friday morning.

He was seen on Thursday applauding the NHS and other key workers from his flat in Downing Street.

Speaking in a video posted on Twitter, Mr Johnson said: "Although I am feeling better and I've done my seven days of isolation alas I still have one of the minor symptoms.

"I still have a temperature. So in accordance with government advice I must continue my self isolation until that symptom itself goes.

"But we're working clearly the whole time on our programme to beat the virus."


 

 

then....

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-52431913

 

 

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Boris Johnson's return to work on Monday after more than three weeks out of action will be a "boost for the country", his deputy has said.

The PM has arrived in Downing Street to resume full-time duties after a fortnight recovering from coronavirus.

He will chair the morning meeting of the government's coronavirus "war cabinet" on Monday.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who has been standing in for him during his absence, said he was "raring to go".

The PM spent a week in hospital, including three nights in intensive care, after being admitted on 5 April.

During his hospitalisation, he received regular oxygen treatment to help his breathing.

After he was discharged on 12 April, Mr Johnson suggested his condition "could have gone either way" and praised the staff at St Thomas' Hospital in central London who looked after him.

He has not been doing any official government work during his convalescence at Chequers, on medical advice.

 

 

Is isolating at one address and convalescing at another in the rules? Is he still flitting between Dowing Street and Chequers at the weekends? Is that allowed? It's all so confusing.

 

 

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Anyway, I've just been to the waste recycling centre, and a small rant is warranted.

 

The bin I inherited is smaller than the norm, so I can only fit 2 bags in it, and consequently, I have surplus when they've done their fortnightly collection. I usually take that to the tip at the weekend, but of course, it's been closed for weeks.

 

It's just re-opened, but with a list of stipulations re usage attached. So now, you can only take 1 car-load per week (only cars  - no vans) and you have to get a permit for each visit, meaning you ring or go on-line, give your reg no. & book a time slot to get a reference. You are only allowed to take 1 type of rubbish, and nobody will assist you (which they never do anyway).

 

So we pulled in, and the long, winding entrance is now flanked by a plethora of signs..."You must blah, blah";"You can not, blah, blah"; "Go here..."; "Dont do that"... and so on.

 

Then as you get to the main area where there is a line of about 15 giant skips, 2 men in head to toe yellow garb,  block the entrance, so that you have to stop while the 2 of them check your car reg against their list. It takes 2 of them because  _ erm _ I do not know why. 

 

6 feet further, there were a group of 5 men, similarly attired, huddled around, busily chin-wagging. As I drove slowly past them, they all started jumping about, hollering things like, "Hey", "No, no, no" and, "Oy, you", in a hostile cacophony at about 500 hysterical decibels, whilst  urgently flailing their arms, and racing round excitedly in little circles. 2 other men appeared from a hidey-hole nearby and joined in.

 

A swift reconnoitre revealed the number of other people utilising the vast facility at the time was precisely zero.

 

I can't explain exactly why, but their bizarre and aggressive behaviour caused my blood-pressure to rise.

 

My son in the passenger seat was already preempting my likely reaction, and was giving me big, pleading eyes, shaking his head and and muttering, "don't, don't" like a prayer.

 

I reversed the 3 feet back to this baying crowd, wound my window down, glared at them in silence for a lengthy moment to allow them to take note of the vein, throbbing at my temple, and with a calm steady voice, enquired, "What the FUCK?", at which most of them put their heads down and scuttled off, while one of them, in a highly belligerent manner announced, "You're supposed to stop here". When I asked why, he said, "We have to tell you which skip to use". I asked sardonically, "Might it be the one that's sign-posted for recyclable waste, since that's what I've brought". He replied, "Use no. 4", which coincidentally, was the one sign-posted for recyclable waste.

 

Now, whether it's just me who lacks patience, I don't know, but I am properly sick & fed up of the  new norm utter nonsense, and feel it only a matter of time before I rugby tackle someone to the ground.

 

 

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*Breathe*

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Jode said:

There is no virus involved btw.  Millimeter microwaves are able to cause hypoxia all on their own, see: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mX1fSrTzvWIxJBOC0Q8POLD0XhBQSpDv

 

How does this correlate with the lack of illness/symptoms in children do you think? 

 

Since 5G uses beam-forming technology it can be targeted at a specific person.  The Cult prefer to leave kids alone and attack mostly the BAME community, as well as NHS workers in order to fake contagiousness and maximize the panic.

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20 minutes ago, scowie said:

The Cult prefer to leave kids alone and attack mostly the BAME community, as well as NHS workers in order to fake contagiousness and maximize the panic.

 

Might want to take a look at what is currently going down in Cumbria.

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Just now, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

Cumbria's the next county from me and I didn't know about this. So the same injustice and covering up is still going strong. That's heart breaking to know.

 

I won't share here, but there are vids of locals approaching suspects themselves now. I can see this getting ugly. 

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I won't share here, but there are vids of locals approaching suspects themselves now. I can see this getting ugly. 

 

I can believe that. It's only a matter of time before vigilantism takes place, if the authorities are continually failing to do the right thing. I don't like the possible repercussions - wrong people being targetted / good people being sent down - but I'm not surprised, and have to admit that it seems the right thing to do to me.

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On 5/22/2020 at 9:44 AM, awake said:

There's this crappy covid pro-business ad going around on tv and they are saying how they are taking care of their staff

 

"their" staff !?!   "THE" staff !

 

Note to any business operators:  we are not yours, you bastards !

 

I saw a disturbing one for ITV plus.

 

" no going back to normal" was the words used in connection to ITV plus not covid.

 

Fucking wankers. Why cant everyone see what's going on?

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Large car protests all over Spain today against the socialist Government's lockdown organised by the right wing Vox party.

 

It's a shame it's politicalised because imo it doesn't matter what political leaning people have or none at all, they

just want to get back to work and earn a living.

 

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2 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

Large car protests all over Spain today against the socialist Government's lockdown organised by the right wing Vox party.

 

It's a shame it's politicalised because imo it doesn't matter what political leaning people have or none at all, they

just want to get back to work and earn a living.

 

 

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Lots of stirring up from the mainstream media. Demonising people who "break" the lockdown guidelines. 

 

I saw an article by the daily fail of two chavvy dickheads driving up watling street (10 minute walk from me) and quoted them saying "fuck the feds fuck the lockdown". 

 

Then i stumbled on a david attenbourough voice spoof thing trying to narrate the "covid lockdown breakers". Oh the irony. Then he called them "cunts" at the end. The normies loved that. You know the type, skinny jeans, beard, latest amarni t shirt, thinking they are macho when really they are a bunch pussies.( I have nothing against skinny jeans.) I wear them myself but yeah. 

 

Just be aware and don't start screaming and shouting at them. Let these people talk. They will realise when they have no job. We know the names of the journos, the karens and the branch covidians, the neighbours and toxic family members. The ones wagging their fingers. Don't forget them. 

 

I am considering starting a rant/vent thread but i am worried about it bringing the energy down so i probably wont. 

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41 minutes ago, The Illuminator said:

Fucking wankers. Why cant everyone see what's going on?

 

Fear. People want to be safe and they want to be looked after. Decades of programming and social engineering revealed in all their glory. People have been programmed to believe they have no power and that they must obey authority figures. Those who speak up in dissent are ridiculed and demonized.DI is a case in point. If, say, Piers Morgan tweeted something derogatory and untrue about DI, he would get thousands of 'likes' because nobody would ever stop and think that DI is telling the truth.

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17 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

Fear. People want to be safe and they want to be looked after. Decades of programming and social engineering revealed in all their glory. People have been programmed to believe they have no power and that they must obey authority figures.

 

Exactly, you only have to look at the 'keywords' and slogans being bandied about by the Government and in the media.

 

The two main words are "safe" and "protect". Two words that a population cowering in fear want to hear from their governments.

 

People want to feel 'safe'. People need to feel they are being 'protected'.

 

And these two words have been around for a while now, utilised by the Common Purpose brigade.

 

Think of phrases like "safe spaces". And "protected characteristics".

 

But its all 'double-speak' isn't it? Being 'safe' and 'protected' actually means you are being controlled.

 

"Do as we tell you (control) and you will be safe and protected (controlled)"

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Exactly, you only have to look at the 'keywords' and slogans being bandied about by the Government and in the media.

 

The two main words are "safe" and "protect". Two words that a population cowering in fear want to hear from their governments.

 

People want to feel 'safe'. People need to feel they are being 'protected'.

 

And these two words have been around for a while now, utilised by the Common Purpose brigade.

 

Think of phrases like "safe spaces". And "protected characteristics".

 

But its all 'double-speak' isn't it? Being 'safe' and 'protected' actually means you are being controlled.

 

"Do as we tell you (control) and you will be safe and protected (controlled)"

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I wonder if we could get the Advertising Standards Authority involved here? ?

 

I second that. A joint complaint? :classic_laugh:  When I saw the Old Bill started driving around in their jam sandwiches 20 years ago with the mission statement stuck to the doors  Working for a safer London I knew it was not safe to walk the streets.  

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1 minute ago, Orange Alert said:

 

I second that. A joint complaint? :classic_laugh:  When I saw the Old Bill started driving around in their jam sandwiches 20 years ago with the mission statement stuck to the doors  Working for a safer London I knew it was not safe to walk the streets.  

 

Like with anything else, it is just a meaningless slogan. But it makes people feel 'protected'.

 

The fact that the Met Police seem more concerned with 'protecting' people from 'hate speech', rather than 'actual crime' like muggings, rapes and stabbings, is of little concern.

 

 

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