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3 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

 

Good thing is though, we won't have to see her face for a while. But here's a reminder in case you forget: Enjoy your lunch:

 

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People she socialises with just enjoy the mouthfeel. 

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14 hours ago, Athenry04 said:

 

Lol the look on his napper.

He is one evil man. That microsecond look on his face was utter disgust and unbelief that Johnson would stoop so low - as if that part was not in the agreed upon official script.

 

Either Johnson has gone a bit rogue or the powers are reminding Starmer of what they have on him.

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Afternoon all. 

They may have dropped the mandate for NHS workers in the UK but they are working on a flanking manuever which will allow mandatory jabbing of anyone and everyone in the UK. They failed to get through the front door so they are going round the back. They are using their new 'Human rights act Reform' to enable this. It's bad news for us all in the UK if this goes through. They can use this to force medication on you or enter your home for 'the greater good' This fight ain't over at all.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/human-rights-act-reform-a-modern-bill-of-rights

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Doc said:

Afternoon all. 

They may have dropped the mandate for NHS workers in the UK but they are working on a flanking manuever which will allow mandatory jabbing of anyone and everyone in the UK. They failed to get through the front door so they are going round the back. They are using their new 'Human rights act Reform' to enable this. It's bad news for us all in the UK if this goes through. They can use this to force medication on you or enter your home for 'the greater good' This fight ain't over at all.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/human-rights-act-reform-a-modern-bill-of-rights

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Therefore you have no rights, just like you never had any

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19 minutes ago, Doc said:

Afternoon all. 

They may have dropped the mandate for NHS workers in the UK but they are working on a flanking manuever which will allow mandatory jabbing of anyone and everyone in the UK. They failed to get through the front door so they are going round the back. They are using their new 'Human rights act Reform' to enable this. It's bad news for us all in the UK if this goes through. They can use this to force medication on you or enter your home for 'the greater good' This fight ain't over at all.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/human-rights-act-reform-a-modern-bill-of-rights

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The opening sentence should be of huge concern. "Not all rights are absolute", but bodily autonomy fuckin well is. God these serpents don't give up. 

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22 minutes ago, Doc said:

Afternoon all. 

They may have dropped the mandate for NHS workers in the UK but they are working on a flanking manuever which will allow mandatory jabbing of anyone and everyone in the UK. They failed to get through the front door so they are going round the back. They are using their new 'Human rights act Reform' to enable this. It's bad news for us all in the UK if this goes through. They can use this to force medication on you or enter your home for 'the greater good' This fight ain't over at all.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/human-rights-act-reform-a-modern-bill-of-rights

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Owww hang on, is this section if you're a prisoner? Just reading the bottom section, are we sure this applies to the depth and breadth of society? 

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Just now, Morpheus said:

The opening sentence should be of huge concern. "Not all rights are absolute", but bodily autonomy fuckin well is. God these serpents don't give up. 

I know. They are relentless, the parasitic elite. People need to know about this. There are a few people pushing the info on twitter,but the gov will try and keep this quiet. It'll pass without even a whisper unless we start shouting about it.

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1 minute ago, Morpheus said:

Owww hang on, is this section if you're a prisoner? Just reading the bottom section, are we sure this applies to the depth and breadth of society? 

Possibly Morph. But nothing on the official site distinguishes this. I'll have a dig and get back to you.

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5 minutes ago, Doc said:

Possibly Morph. But nothing on the official site distinguishes this. I'll have a dig and get back to you.

You may be looking at the document already in play, I'm just sifting through the government's proposals now. However, they're not necessarily being clear on what would change and their wording of changes. 👍

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@Doc

 

Freedom of Expression

204) Freedom of expression is a unique and precious liberty on which the UK has historically placed great emphasis in our traditions of Parliamentary privilege, freedom of the press and free speech. The Human Rights Act sought to recognise this to some degree in section 12(4) of the Act, which directs the courts to have ‘particular regard to the importance of the Convention right to freedom of expression’.

 

205) The government believes that the public interest is overwhelmingly assisted by protection for freedom of expression and in a free and vibrant media. Such freedom underpins our democracy, ensures greater transparency and accountability, helps to prevent corruption and preserves the space for wide and vigorous democratic debate.

 

206) But at the same time, the case law of the Strasbourg Court has shown a willingness to give priority to personal privacy, including in a recent judgment finding that media reporting about a deceased priest’s convictions for child sexual abuse and public indecency could interfere with his mother’s right to private life, drawing, in part, on the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ invented by the Court of Justice of the European Union.[footnote 131]

 

Interesting...... 

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13 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

You may be looking at the document already in play, I'm just sifting through the government's proposals now. However, they're not necessarily being clear on what would change and their wording of changes. 👍

Indeed mate. Very ambiguous language. 

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55 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Owww hang on, is this section if you're a prisoner? Just reading the bottom section, are we sure this applies to the depth and breadth of society? 

Have gone through the document and can find nothing that says section 124 applies only to those in custody Morph. The section in question is titled 'The case for reforming UK human rights' with this as it's summary...

Summary

The government wants to strengthen the UK’s long tradition of protecting human rights.

It supports the fundamental rights set out in the Convention but believes that the framework for the application of human rights has proved flawed. In particular, we have seen:

  • the growth of a ‘rights culture’ that has displaced due focus on personal responsibility and the public interest;
  • the creation of legal uncertainty, confusion and risk aversion for those delivering public services on the frontline;
  • public protection put at risk by the exponential expansion of rights; and
  • public policy priorities and decisions affecting public expenditure shift from Parliament to the courts, creating a democratic deficit.

This section sets out how these problems have distorted the proper protection of human rights in the UK, and undermined public confidence

 

It's a general overhall and doesn't go into specifics as far as I can tell. The document lumps prisoners and civilians together. The rights of prisoners are still human rights but obviously they forfeit certain rights by the very nature of their situation. Apparently Germany have done similar reworking of their 'human rights' relatively recently.... 

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5 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Pharma Liability Shields Could Be at Risk if Fraud is Found, says Former Blackrock Investment Executive

If Pfizer and the FDA do not release the data on their clinical trials, former Blackrock & Hedge Fund Guru Edward Dowd says he is assuming fraud, and Fraud Eviscerates all Contracts, that’s case-law.
 
 
 
 

they need to decide who to bribe next...

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7 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

And HandCock face saying 'WTF am I doing here' 🤣

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