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16 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

its not just about where autonomous cars will take you but where they will NOT take you

 

once no one owns their own car and the cars are driverless and controlled by AI the car will dictate to you where you are allowed to go and where you are not allowed to go

 

suddenly all the 'rewilded' land will be off limits to you and only open to those with the right credentials

I know, just none of that was going to fit in my half comical reply Mac. 😎👍

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3 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

I know, just none of that was going to fit in my half comical reply Mac. 😎👍

 

that's cool i was just piggy-backing your comment to make a point that i wanted to make!

 

Its something that i want to put out there into the public consciousness so that people can see the potential danger here with self-driving cars

 

of course they wll be sold to people as this great thing that makes peoples lives easier because they don't have to traverse rush hour traffic and can sit back with a book but that is just the sugar which they hide the taste of the poison with

 

the poison is that they will massively restrict out movement and to anyone out there who thinks that is just paranoid conspiracy theorising i would say to them that we have been talking about how 'social credit scores' will be used to assess whether people can travel or not and sure enough that is what we have seen in china. Also people should ask themselves if prior to covid they ever thought that they would be confined to their own homes and even told to limit their movement to their region of the country as we have seen with the lockdowns

 

if people still can't see where this is all trending then frankly they need their head examined

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

that's cool i was just piggy-backing your comment to make a point that i wanted to make!

 

Its something that i want to put out there into the public consciousness so that people can see the potential danger here with self-driving cars

 

of course they wll be sold to people as this great thing that makes peoples lives easier because they don't have to traverse rush hour traffic and can sit back with a book but that is just the sugar which they hide the taste of the poison with

 

the poison is that they will massively restrict out movement and to anyone out there who thinks that is just paranoid conspiracy theorising i would say to them that we have been talking about how 'social credit scores' will be used to assess whether people can travel or not and sure enough that is what we have seen in china. Also people should ask themselves if prior to covid they ever thought that they would be confined to their own homes and even told to limit their movement to their region of the country as we have seen with the lockdowns

 

if people still can't see where this is all trending then frankly they need their head examined

Oh totally agree. As @Nemuri Kyoshiro said, Johnny cab style off total recall. I saw all this coming around 3-4 years ago with the changes in the RTA scheme and traffic laws. Soon you will not be suing each other, instead we will be suing the manufacturer because it's their AI that will be at fault and not the passengers. 

 

However, since these vehicles are going to be battery propelled, they're basically moving bombs and that's not an exaggeration. Put a lithium battery in water, it explodes, crush lithium battery and it explodes. What do people think is going to happen when it crashes into something? It'll fuckin explode that's what. But hey, we're saving the planet right. 🙄

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8 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Soon you will not be suing each other, instead we will be suing the manufacturer because it's their AI that will be at fault and not the passengers.

 

except in the same way the state exempted the covid jab manufacturers they will exempt the driverless car manufacturers too

 

they will be able to carry on doing this for as long as people believe that parliament has the absolute power to pass any law it wishes even if it tramples on the common law rights of individuals

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6 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Oh totally agree. As @Nemuri Kyoshiro said, Johnny cab style off total recall. I saw all this coming around 3-4 years ago with the changes in the RTA scheme and traffic laws. Soon you will not be suing each other, instead we will be suing the manufacturer because it's their AI that will be at fault and not the passengers. 

 

However, since these vehicles are going to be battery propelled, they're basically moving bombs and that's not an exaggeration. Put a lithium battery in water, it explodes, crush lithium battery and it explodes. What do people think is going to happen when it crashes into something? It'll fuckin explode that's what. But hey, we're saving the planet right. 🙄

I often wondered what these whack jobs were banging on about with their carbon neutral by 2030-2050 target crap before the ronahoax came along.

 

Unfortunately as the agenda has unfolded the commie plan of the psychopaths has been easier to puzzle together. What really pisses me off is the arrogance as I lived close enough to the flight path for Oxford airport and last Jan whilst we couldn't book a flight if we wanted to private jets taking these cunts to and fro were pretty frequent.

 

Absolutely want to restrict the masses whilst they carry on as normal. If they succeed which I don't believe they will monitoring/restricting us will be part of the plan.

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

The first time they built nightingale hospitals it was a bit unsettling because although i didn't believe in a deadly virus narrative the possibility that some other cause of mass death such as the roll out of 5G could cause anticipated problems. However no mass die offs materialised and the hospital overflows were unused.

 

Now they are doing it again and once again it raises the question of which of two reasons are they doing it for:

 

1) they expect mass sickness and deaths due to the jabs (which they'd blame on a 'variant')

2) that the entire thing is just a giant money exchange where public funds are directed to freemasonic firms and individuals who gorge themselves on the public contracts

 

The first time round it looks like it was definately number 2 and no doubt the backscratchers in the lodge are getting rich off this latest plunder of public funds too but will we also see deaths from the jabs?

NHS plans new Nightingale facilities

13-Jan-2022

The NHS is setting up new Nightingale surge hubs at hospitals across the country as part of preparations for a potential wave of Omicron admissions.

Temporary structures capable of housing around 100 patients will be erected in the grounds of eight hospitals across the country, with work starting as early as this week.

https://www.buildingbetterhealthcare.com/news/article_page/NHS_plans_new_Nightingale_facilities/198027

 

Reported 3 days ago about a Nightingale hospital in South London that is unlikely to treat a single patient, also it mentions the Nightingale hospital built in the London Docklands in 2020 that only ever saw 57 patients.

 

With the COVID Fantasy League case numbers sharply dropping and Plan B restrictions being touted by the MSM to be withdrawn on the 26th January, is this a planned lull before the storm?

 

London Nightingale field hospital unlikely to treat single patient

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A Nightingale field hospital built in south London as the NHS went on a “war footing” over Omicron is unlikely to treat a single patient, it emerged on Thursday.

 

London health chiefs said the fact that the Omicron wave had passed its peak in the capital, and had proved less likely to cause serious illness, meant the “surge” facility would not be needed at present.

 

Construction of the new facility, one of eight across the country that were each designed to treat about 100 covid patients, was hastily started at the end of December in a car park at St George’s hospital in Tooting.

 

Martin Machray, Covid incident director at NHS London, told the London Assembly’s health committee: “There is no plan at present to use that facility.”

 

A Nightingale hospital was first established in London, at the ExCeL centre in Docklands, in April 2020, a month after the pandemic began. But it closed a month later after treating 57 patients.

 

Full story at https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/london-nightingale-field-hospital-st-georges-tooting-ngs-unlikely-treat-single-patient-b976553.html

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6 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

London Nightingale field hospital unlikely to treat single patient

 

so is it simply a wealth transfer of public funds to the masonic corporations that get the contracts for these jobs or is there something more going on?

 

could it simply be part of a process of NORMALISING these kind of measures so that people get used to seeing pop-up facilities and large state-funded emergency measures so that the british public become psychologically adjusted to living in a permanent bio-security state?

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4 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

Speaking of Costco:

 

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The lockout of the unvaxxed in general retail didn’t last long here, too many altercations with the ‘covid “scab”marshals’…. getting abused, pushed down moving escalators, that sort of thing 😉 I’ve no idea how that pretty boy fascist who is heading Canada is getting away with the things he’s saying/doing. I would’ve expected him to ‘have a fall down some stairs by now’ like our little bastard running Victoria.

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

But hey, we're saving the planet right. 🙄

Yeah, good thing those plastic straws were outlawed too😂or else I dunno how we’d cope with all the used ppe 

 

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

 

no. do you?

Let’s just say, the culture is very different from what some posters may think and can be extremely crafty

 

i personally have been party to nothing and have always made clear my views on a rushed vaccine very clear

 

by the way and in general anyone know the name of the fictional film from around 1980 that someone posted a you tube link to a while back, that parallels , now in an eerie fashion

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3 minutes ago, J47 said:

Let’s just say, the culture is very different from what some posters may think and can be extremely crafty

 

i personally have been party to nothing and have always made clear my views on a rushed vaccine very clear

 

if people within the NHS have not been blowing the whistle on what's going on within the NHS and if they have not been actively combatting the lies of the government then they have been complicit in upholding a false narrative

 

if they want to call themselves 'health professionals' then they, above any others, have a DUTY OF CARE to skewer any deceptions that would mislead the public

 

the NHS is the biggest employer in the UK. It has a huge workforce and yet we've seen what seems like a handful of dissenters openly challenging this agenda to jab the british population

 

they have been as water tight about the corruption as freemasonry is about kiddie fiddling

 

 

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12 minutes ago, J47 said:

 

by the way and in general anyone know the name of the fictional film from around 1980 that someone posted a you tube link to a while back, that parallels , now in an eerie fashion

Do you mean Early Warning maybe from 1981

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

if people within the NHS have not been blowing the whistle on what's going on within the NHS and if they have not been actively combatting the lies of the government then they have been complicit in upholding a false narrative

 

if they want to call themselves 'health professionals' then they, above any others, have a DUTY OF CARE to skewer any deceptions that would mislead the public

 

the NHS is the biggest employer in the UK. It has a huge workforce and yet we've seen what seems like a handful of dissenters openly challenging this agenda to jab the british population

 

they have been as water tight about the corruption as freemasonry is about kiddie fiddling

 

 

Fucking right.

 

Here's the new NHS slogan:

 

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52 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 I'm surprised this hasn't been posted. David will be back with Brian Rose for Rose/Icke 6.  

 

 

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I dont get why David collaborates with him.

 

Hes a proven online scammer.

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In the ward I work on as a hca, I have encountered 3 staff who personally regret having the vaccine, I have seen no adverse events personally and want nothing to do with the vaccine bullshit, as I indicated in writing several times when they kept harassing me to take it

 

your tarring a very wide, overtly simplistic brush there on over a million people but carry on, you know best with your self appointed moral superiority

 

 

 

 

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39 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

if people within the NHS have not been blowing the whistle on what's going on within the NHS and if they have not been actively combatting the lies of the government then they have been complicit in upholding a false narrative

 

if they want to call themselves 'health professionals' then they, above any others, have a DUTY OF CARE to skewer any deceptions that would mislead the public

 

the NHS is the biggest employer in the UK. It has a huge workforce and yet we've seen what seems like a handful of dissenters openly challenging this agenda to jab the british population

 

they have been as water tight about the corruption as freemasonry is about kiddie fiddling

 

 

 

 

well they used to bump people off by saying they were near death then putting them on the lcp to receive bonuses so obviously cant be trusted and you should avoid hospital stays if possible.

 

 

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Great comment from TCW's 'Letters to the Editor' section ...

 

150,000 dead?  I’m not impressed!

 

Dear Editor

 

Don’t get me wrong, every death is a tragedy for someone. But having passed the ‘magic’ figure of 150,000 dead since the ‘pandemic’ surfaced, it has featured once more as a bludgeon in the government’s scare canon. At risk of playing the same old fiddle, ‘impressive’ figures quoted deliberately out of context remains a key government strategy, and needs to be countered with a more realistic context.

 

There are some 10,000 council wards in Great Britain. These are the drawn boundaries for local elections, and are as good as any definition of ‘your local neighbourhood’, certainly for the purpose of this analysis. Divided into a population of around 65million, a council ward averages 6,500 inhabitants.

  

On average, 15 people have died from Covid in each council ward (your neighbourhood) over the past two years. Fewer than eight people per year. Not even one per month. Shock! Horror! Plague! And let us not forget that ‘150,000 dead’ is based on dodgy testing and includes the cancers and the road accidents ‘who died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid’.

 

These figures are so tiny one wonders whether anybody has died from Covid as opposed to with Covid.

 

John Drewry

Beckenham

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

the partying of the politicians simply shows that as they used behavioural psychology to scare the shit out of old grannies the politicians and civil servants themselves knew that there was no risk

 

if there was a risk they would not have been doing it.

 

As for paying for everything we are seeing a MASSIVE wealth redistribution from the public to the mega-corporations who are providing all of the jabs, PPE, sanitiser, ventilators and hardware that makes up these pop-up hospitals

 

marquees alone cost a fortune. Its daylight robbery of the british public. With one hand they inject poison into us and with the other hand they steal our money

This is the angle that people like GBNews and RT News etc need to be taking on this. I think the biggest truth right now is that there is no way that the elite who should be better informed than the rest of society on risks would put themselves in harms way (nor would be allowed to be by the security services) if the virus was real and as dangerous as claimed. Let's not forget that the two heir's to the throne were also in a football stadium with 50,000 other peasants along with Kate. Would that happen if a dangerous pandemic was present and airborne? Of course it wouldn't and it makes no sense how on one hand the Government have been stoking the fear and risks and yet themselves are partying and maskless at the G10 or whatever that thing is called........this is the smoking gun. 

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JABBED?

 

Maybe its a bit early to speculate about this one without further info but everytime i look in the newspaper there are more reports of deaths

Former Dancing On Ice skater Sean Rice dies aged 49 as stars of ITV show lead tributes to 'larger than life great'

  • The Dancing On Ice star, who appeared on the show in 2011 and 2012, passed away on January 14, friends have said. 
  • Frankie Poultney, a fellow professional skater, took to Twitter on Sunday to share the sad news
  • She wrote: 'Pro skaters are heartbroken today, we lost a true larger than life great - an epic skater, a husband, father, and my friend of 20yrs.' 
  • A spokesperson for Dancing On Ice has said: 'We are all deeply saddened to hear this news. Sean was a wonderful skater and friend to many on the Dancing On Ice team. Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.'  

By Ella Hodson For Mailonline

Published: 20:10 GMT, 16 January 2022 | Updated: 21:49 GMT, 16 January 2022

It is not yet known the cause of Sean's death.  

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10408521/Former-Dancing-Ice-skater-Sean-Rice-dies-aged-49-stars-ITV-lead-tributes.html

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On 1/8/2022 at 7:28 PM, Macnamara said:

sure the volcano on the canary islands could cause a vast shelf of rock to slide off into the sea causing a tsunami to sweep across the atlantic that would wipe out the entire liberal eastern seaboard......the impact of this in turn would trigger the super volcano in yellowstone park causing the entire western liberal seaboard to crumple up into tiny pieces and....slide into the sea

 

weird...

'Once in a THOUSAND years explosion': Death toll is unknown on ash-choked Tonga after underwater volcano sparked deadly tsunami wiping out internet on island paradise - two die in Peru as waves smash Latin America and US West coast

  • The 'violent' underwater volcanic eruption was labelled by scientists as a 'once in a thousand years explosion'
  • It hit the Pacific at 5.10pm local time, and was so huge the explosion was visible from outer space
  • Around 20 minutes later, Tonga was hit with waves which overwhelmed homes, buildings, fences and roads
  • Dramatic video from Tonga showed huge waves crashing into homes and buildings, flooding the island 
  • Satellite images showed a huge three-mile-wide plume of ash and steam rising into the air to about 12 miles

By Chris Matthews and Jack Wright and Chris Jewers For Mailonline

Published: 11:25 GMT, 16 January 2022 | Updated: 19:37 GMT, 16 January 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10407801/Death-toll-unclear-Tonga-devastating-tsunami-left-homes-water-wiped-interne.html

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1 hour ago, J47 said:

Let’s just say, the culture is very different from what some posters may think and can be extremely crafty

Yes, it can be, such as covering up mistakes, which I saw first hand. However, even as an NHS student I sat with patients pre-treatment, explained what was going to happen and what the possible side effects could be. Forms had to be signed.

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