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53 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

You will love the COVID sheeple comments, especially the second, at the start of this ITV News report.

 

 

 

I went to You Tube, hit pause instantly (no way could I even begin to contemplate watching such shit), scrolled down and it says "Comments turned off"

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5 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I went to You Tube, hit pause instantly (no way could I even begin to contemplate watching such shit), scrolled down and it says "Comments turned off"

 

To save you from MSM TV brain rot, there was a Covidian Cult test volunteer in the queue waiting to get tested and was saying the mass testing was to help to get the infection rates down.

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10 hours ago, numnuts said:

I know it was supposed to be closer to Manchester, than Liverpool, but the makeshift army base in '28 Days Later' was operated by army boys offering the 'answer to infection'. This is a 28 days lockdown. The sequel '28 Weeks Later', which I haven't seen in ages and might view again this weekend, would relate to 21st May 2021. if we were going by the start date of the current lockdown. Definitely some weird coincidences there.

 

It is also a bit coincidental that '28 Days Later' was released on 1st November, while '28 Weeks Later' was released on 11th May. Roughly, at least, the same time frame as we are currently experiencing.

 

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12 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

To save you from MSM TV brain rot, there was a Covidian Cult test volunteer in the queue waiting to get tested and was saying the mass testing was to help to get the infection rates down.

 

Sounds like a bright chap!

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What is happening in Manchester?  Sounds like a classic PsyOp 🙁  On kids.

 

 

Students at Manchester University’s Fallowfield campus protest against coronavirus restrictions.

England campus lockdowns creating ‘perfect storm’ for stressed students

Student leaders warn of mental health impact of Covid restrictions as tensions soar

Strict campus lockdowns and a worsening mental health crisis are creating a “perfect storm”, student leaders have warned, after tensions boiled over in Manchester where fencing erected around accommodation was pulled down.

 

Student leaders in Leeds have levelled accusations of heavy handedness against security guards on campuses elsewhere, including the use of dogs to patrol halls of residences.

 

 

Meanwhile, a day after fences aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus were torn down around halls of residence on the Fallowfield campus in Manchester, students awoke to early-morning fire alarms and evacuations.

“We all thought it was slightly suspicious,” said George Rogers, a first-year student. “Fire alarms are usually Wednesday between 11am and 12pm and last 10 seconds, this was a full fire alarm. It was so cold.”

 

The university said these were scheduled fire evacuation practices, in line with the UK code of conduct, that were postponed from the start of term.

 

The National Union of Students is campaigning for students to have their fees reimbursed if they want to leave their courses. “We’re seeing what can only be described as a pressure cooker atmosphere on university campuses right now,” said Larissa Kennedy, the NUS president.

More than 1 million students who had been encouraged to move across the country during the pandemic arrived on campus only to realise that they had been “sold a lie” about the possibility of the possibility of face-to-face teaching because their institutions were preoccupied with collecting fees and rent, she added.

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25 minutes ago, Noctua said:

What is happening in Manchester?  Sounds like a classic PsyOp 🙁  On kids.

 

 

Students at Manchester University’s Fallowfield campus protest against coronavirus restrictions.

England campus lockdowns creating ‘perfect storm’ for stressed students

Student leaders warn of mental health impact of Covid restrictions as tensions soar

Strict campus lockdowns and a worsening mental health crisis are creating a “perfect storm”, student leaders have warned, after tensions boiled over in Manchester where fencing erected around accommodation was pulled down.

 

Student leaders in Leeds have levelled accusations of heavy handedness against security guards on campuses elsewhere, including the use of dogs to patrol halls of residences.

 

 

Meanwhile, a day after fences aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus were torn down around halls of residence on the Fallowfield campus in Manchester, students awoke to early-morning fire alarms and evacuations.

“We all thought it was slightly suspicious,” said George Rogers, a first-year student. “Fire alarms are usually Wednesday between 11am and 12pm and last 10 seconds, this was a full fire alarm. It was so cold.”

 

The university said these were scheduled fire evacuation practices, in line with the UK code of conduct, that were postponed from the start of term.

 

The National Union of Students is campaigning for students to have their fees reimbursed if they want to leave their courses. “We’re seeing what can only be described as a pressure cooker atmosphere on university campuses right now,” said Larissa Kennedy, the NUS president.

More than 1 million students who had been encouraged to move across the country during the pandemic arrived on campus only to realise that they had been “sold a lie” about the possibility of the possibility of face-to-face teaching because their institutions were preoccupied with collecting fees and rent, she added.

 

 

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"A pledge made by Tony Blair to send half of young people to university has finally been fulfilled — almost 20 years later, government data indicates."

 

Tadaaaa...

 

 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Noctua said:

What is happening in Manchester?  Sounds like a classic PsyOp 🙁  On kids.

 

 

Students at Manchester University’s Fallowfield campus protest against coronavirus restrictions.

England campus lockdowns creating ‘perfect storm’ for stressed students

Student leaders warn of mental health impact of Covid restrictions as tensions soar

Strict campus lockdowns and a worsening mental health crisis are creating a “perfect storm”, student leaders have warned, after tensions boiled over in Manchester where fencing erected around accommodation was pulled down.

 

Student leaders in Leeds have levelled accusations of heavy handedness against security guards on campuses elsewhere, including the use of dogs to patrol halls of residences.

 

 

Meanwhile, a day after fences aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus were torn down around halls of residence on the Fallowfield campus in Manchester, students awoke to early-morning fire alarms and evacuations.

“We all thought it was slightly suspicious,” said George Rogers, a first-year student. “Fire alarms are usually Wednesday between 11am and 12pm and last 10 seconds, this was a full fire alarm. It was so cold.”

 

The university said these were scheduled fire evacuation practices, in line with the UK code of conduct, that were postponed from the start of term.

 

The National Union of Students is campaigning for students to have their fees reimbursed if they want to leave their courses. “We’re seeing what can only be described as a pressure cooker atmosphere on university campuses right now,” said Larissa Kennedy, the NUS president.

More than 1 million students who had been encouraged to move across the country during the pandemic arrived on campus only to realise that they had been “sold a lie” about the possibility of the possibility of face-to-face teaching because their institutions were preoccupied with collecting fees and rent, she added.

 

Why would they be doing this to the Students?

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8 minutes ago, jesuitsdidit said:

 

Why would they be doing this to the Students?

 

My hypothesis, not just mine, is; Agenda 21, QR code lifestyle [see China where fines are deducted from your bank account for minor infringements, such as jaywalking, automatically based on facial recognition systems]. That age group have been groomed to lap up all this shit, basically. Think smartphone. Think "Trick or Treat", sorry, "Track 'n Trace".

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2 hours ago, wingwang said:

 

My hypothesis, not just mine, is; Agenda 21, QR code lifestyle [see China where fines are deducted from your bank account for minor infringements, such as jaywalking, automatically based on facial recognition systems]. That age group have been groomed to lap up all this shit, basically. Think smartphone. Think "Trick or Treat", sorry, "Track 'n Trace".

 

Are they trying to make them crack? Are they conducting some sort of experiment? 

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6 hours ago, numnuts said:

It is also a bit coincidental that '28 Days Later' was released on 1st November, while '28 Weeks Later' was released on 11th May. Roughly, at least, the same time frame as we are currently experiencing.

 

Come to think of it, this current 28 days lockdown was actually officially announced only hours prior to 1st November, even if it didn't start until 5th November. I still haven't gotten round to watching '28 Weeks Later' again, but, from looking at the film's Wikipedia page, I am now reminded that 'asymptomatic virus carrier' was one of the themes.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/28_Weeks_Later

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7 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

You will love the COVID sheeple comments, especially the second, at the start of this ITV News report.

 

 

 

"The University of Liverpool’s Professor Calum Semple has been recognised with an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for his services to the COVID-19 response." https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/coronavirus/news/articles/professor-calum-semple-awarded-obe-for-covid-19-efforts/

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10 minutes ago, numnuts said:

 

Come to think of it, this current 28 days lockdown was actually officially announced only hours prior to 1st November, even if it didn't start until 5th November. I still haven't gotten round to watching '28 Weeks Later' again, but, from looking at the film's Wikipedia page, I am now reminded that 'asymptomatic virus carrier' was one of the themes.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/28_Weeks_Later

 

Danny Boyle also directed the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Coronavirus: Young people told to isolate should be offered free mobile data and gaming, says SAGE.

 

Microsoft AI should be used to help connect them to the most suitable paedophiles available, 24/7, for some Sex Education at home.

 

'Oui, oui, oui, my little kiddies. With the Microsoft AI, you will never be left sitting there twiddling your thumbs, while your parents can relax knowing you are being very well catered for.

 

 

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Coronavirus: Young people told to isolate should be offered free mobile data and gaming, says SAGE
https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-young-people-told-to-isolate-should-be-offered-free-mobile-data-and-gaming-says-sage-12125599

 

Got to keep the slaves pacified.

 

 

 

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The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) said compliance with COVID-19 restrictions was "substantially lower and declining" among people aged 18 to 29 compared to older age groups due to a "lack of trust in government".

 

If they don't take the carrot, there is always the stick.

 

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I found David Icke's latest broadcast about the Biderman scale to be particularly useful. Reminder to myself as to what is going on here. A full on psychological attack on the human.

 

This really served helped me because the thought of a 5 month lockdown I have to admit was depressing to say the least. So to understand why it is happening is really helpful to re-engage with my real purpose which for me is to serve god and humanity. I did not come here to be attacked psychologically and it shouldn't be tolerated.

 

Thank you David!

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15 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I found David Icke's latest broadcast about the Biderman scale to be particularly useful. Reminder to myself as to what is going on here. A full on psychological attack on the human.

 

This really served helped me because the thought of a 5 month lockdown I have to admit was depressing to say the least. So to understand why it is happening is really helpful to re-engage with my real purpose which for me is to serve god and humanity. I did not come here to be attacked psychologically and it shouldn't be tolerated.

 

Thank you David!

 

Are you referring to this one? If so, yes, great stuff! https://www.bitchute.com/video/OXPtGLQxk6Mi/

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

I had a dream last night, I was in a shop and the  lady at the till says.. "Have you heard?  Personal car use and driving is to be restricted becuase of the virus!"

 

I know it was only a dream , but hmmm.🤔

 

So many idiots out there driving around alone in their cars, with a surgical mask on. I guess they think the virus will escape through their air ventilation systems and infect the pedestrians outside.

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