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41 minutes ago, Fluke said:

This new lockdown has got to have woken up a few more people if nothing else. Its a strange world where now my mum is completely redpilled 😂. I never ever thought I'd see the day. She's even watched one by one with me, (I thought that would be a less heavy in regards to Info, but hit her in the feels.)

 

She went from a clapping seal on the first night (until I had a stern talk with her and made her see sense) to the other side. I just hope I've done the right the thing as things are never the same after. 

 

She said to me tonight about other people not seeing it though. I just said how do lonely do you think people like me found it at the begining of all this shit? When next to no one were speaking out. At least a few more mainstream outlets are speaking out. 

 

It's been 12 years knowing some of this information, and for some decades. Welcome to our world. 

 

It looks like the north will be on the forefront of the "great pushback". Or am I being naive? 

 

 

 

The working class will be the first to say no. Those who have already suffered don't accept authoritarian fools as gladly.

 

I've been in Germany for about 2 months and have seen most of the country. Its quite interesting the different reactions to Covid. You have rule obsessed, paranoid Bavaria, which is completely different to Saxony where people are more or less just trying to get on with their lives and regarding the rules as an inconvenience.

 

My theory is its because East Germany jumped straight from Hitler to Stalin. As a people they're jaded by authoritarianism, they see the latest bollox for what it is, and treat it more with a sigh and a "whatever" than the terror they're meant to feel.

 

But when life is made completely unliveable it's the ordinary people who have to live day to day that will rise up, I'm pretty sure of this.

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11 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

 

Interesting that Stroud is in the News. I have friends there...its quite a conservative town in many ways - and trivia wise Lily Allens dad lives there...lol

 

Was a big march in Liverpool, they visted the army test centre..& surprise ,surprise was empty.

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

Was a big march in Liverpool, they visted the army test centre..& surprise ,surprise was empty.

 

The primary motive, for setting up these army test centres, is simply to normalise the notion of 'soldiers in town' in the minds of the sheeple. The 'Brexit Con' has to occur, in the next 7 weeks or so, and the PTB want the army on standby all around the country. They will attempt to quell any street protests very quickly and with whatever force is needed. This is all 100% certainty. 

 

 

 

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Update on the Court Case of Dr Kevin Corbett and Dr Niall McCrea

 

 

Update on The Coronavirus Act 2020 is Null and Void!

 

To our Fantastic Supporters,

 

It has been a very bad week for Democracy when we know our Government of Occupation used proven false statistics at their press briefing of 31st October in that two of their slides, one regarding predicted mortality and the other regarding predicted hospital admissions (the BBC reported only one slide was false!) were hugely inflated. When they were caught out by their own statisticians they were forced to "revise down" these statistics, but this does not change the fact that we have been put under lockdown using false statistics AGAIN and our Government is acting in an illegal and criminal way! In another manipulation, this information only came out AFTER the Parliamentary vote and the lockdown starting, not BEFORE!

 

Further, the Government came to an arrangement with the Labour Party, which they announced in advance, whereby Labour would ensure that they won the vote by voting with the Government. This is both an abuse of Democracy and an abuse of Parliament! We emailed well over 200 Conservative MPs (it would have been all of them but time was short) informing them about our Legal Action and asking them to vote against the Government. We also reminded them about the Legal Action The Bernican is taking against them and suggested that it would be seen as favourable to them to vote against the Government. Hopefully, this helped to increase the number of those who voted against or at the very least abstained. However, their devious tactics and full use of the Party Whips by both the Government and the Opposition made few willing to rebel!   

 

Our Claimant, Dr Kevin Corbett, summed it all up very well when he stated:

 

"Our elected Government acts like hijackers seizing the reins of power to enact draconian regulations that terrorise our families and loved ones all based on the misapplication of medical science, or indeed, no science whatsoever. The illegitimacy of these most harmful rules is astounding, given their incompatibility with both the Human Rights Act 1998 and the English Constitution. If they choose to soft peddle on our submission there will be greater tyranny whose ramifications will prove disastrous for our longstanding traditions of justice, equality and freedom."

 

Our Claimant, Dr Niall McCrae, highlighted the misery caused by the Government when he said:

 

"I find this all very dehumanising. Government is caught in a Covid-crazed warp, and the ordinary people are suffering. There is no end in sight. Masks ad infinitum, explaining one's exemption ad infinitum (until they restrict the exemptions). 

 

As Simon Dolan and many others are saying, this isn't just about a virus.  It's a power grab. 

 

Meanwhile the WHO tells us that lockdowns are a mistake, as they make poor people poorer.  Who knew?"

 

The Government are literally terrified of our Legal Action and have still not responded! They claim they did not receive it until the 22nd October, a week after it was lodged! That way they get themselves yet another week and we are now expecting their response by the 11th November. This is after they rejected our request for urgency and claimed they had to "prioritise genuinely urgent legal matters". 

 

However, we feel that NOTHING is more urgent and important than the Rights, Freedoms and Democracy our Ancestors have fought and died for that have been stolen from us by our own tyrannical Government! This has caused endless misery, deaths and destruction of our economy, our society, our way of life and our futures.

 

It is so important that people get to know about our legal action and it would be amazing if you could:

 

 

Thank you again for your help in our fight against Government tyranny and oppression. Together we can break down 'Gates of Hell', defeat the Dictators and take our lives and freedom back! 

 

Best wishes,

 

The People's Brexit

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1 hour ago, Alnitak said:

As Simon Dolan and many others are saying, this isn't just about a virus. It's a power grab.

 

In a nutshell, yes. Some genuine folks seem to be in denial about the crucial part stopping Brexit played in all of this, it isn't just shills downplaying it, and all will soon be revealed. Literally, from Day One, this was all about stopping Brexit, with other agendas being run alongside for good measure. It got to the stage where they couldn't stop Brexit, without a power grab. The Brexit saga was both casting doubt on the necessity of the E.U. and preventing further integration.

 

When BoJo The Clown gives his Brexit postponement, essentially cancellation, speech, then it will sound like a delayed departure announcement at the airport. 'Due to global circumstances outside our control, which have devastated our economy, it has got to the stage where no responsible prime minister can... Blah, blah, blah.'. He will eventually do a runner, with 'Long Covid' no doubt being one of the many cited excuses, just like Dave 'Dodgy' Camoron did in June 2016.         

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2 minutes ago, numnuts said:

 

In a nutshell, yes. Some genuine folks seem to be in denial about the crucial part stopping Brexit played in all of this, it isn't just shills downplaying it, and all will soon be revealed. Literally, from Day One, this was all about stopping Brexit, with other agendas being run alongside for good measure. It got to the stage where they couldn't stop Brexit, without a power grab. The Brexit saga was both casting doubt on the necessity of the E.U. and preventing further integration.

 

When BoJo The Clown gives his Brexit postponement, essentially cancellation, speech, then it will sound like a delayed departure announcement at the airport. 'Due to global circumstances outside our control, which have devastated our economy, it has got to the stage where no responsible prime minister can... Blah, blah, blah.'. He will eventually do a runner, with 'Long Covid' no doubt being one of the many cited excuses, just like Dave 'Dodgy' Camoron did in June 2016.         

 

Yes i think that also, Brexit will be 'delayed' as they will say they must have a deal again and time is too short. Im surprised Starmer hasnt mentioned this yet in PMQs. They will pull out the stop card soon im sure, BJ will say alas we must out the brakes on because of the fakedemic. I think he will shortly after resign and be replaced by......... 

 

There were rumours he was to resign in January already. Along with the Queen handing the crown to Charles next year, it looks like 2021 is gonna be potentially a lot worse than this year. If none of these court cases can come to anything we are literally stuffed.

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1 hour ago, Alnitak said:

Yes i think that also, Brexit will be 'delayed' as they will say they must have a deal again and time is too short. Im surprised Starmer hasnt mentioned this yet in PMQs.

 

Why would Starmer mention it at all? He is controlled opposition and will just back the postponement to the hilt, when it occurs.

  

1 hour ago, Alnitak said:

There were rumours he was to resign in January already.

 

BoJo, resigning in 2021, was called way back in February on this forum.

 

1 hour ago, Alnitak said:

Along with the Queen handing the crown to Charles next year, it looks like 2021 is gonna be potentially a lot worse than this year.

 

A monarchy, even only a ceremonial one, is still a reminder of national identity. A gradual anti-monarchy agenda was initiated in the mass media about 5 years ago, which was discussed on the old forum. The monarchy will probably be abolished in the 2030's, if not by the end of this decade. On the other hand, the 'House Of Appointed Ponce Protectors' will no doubt swell, with ever greater numbers.

 

P.S. On New Year's Eve, on top of a rousing rendition of 'Should auld pedochums be forgot?', I reckon Ursula von der Leyen is going to do a special cover of the following song. While, no doubt, slowly denuding to nothing but a champagne-wettened BLM T-shirt and rainbow stockings. I best start spanking off now, so as to slowly build up to the big moment...

 

ursula-von-der-leyen-nackt-milf.jpg

 

 

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2 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

 

Interesting that Stroud is in the News. I have friends there...its quite a conservative town in many ways - and trivia wise Lily Allens dad lives there...lol

the place is full of weirdos.

league of gentlemen

 

XR originated from there

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9 hours ago, Illmatic said:

 

The working class will be the first to say no. Those who have already suffered don't accept authoritarian fools as gladly.

 

I've been in Germany for about 2 months and have seen most of the country. Its quite interesting the different reactions to Covid. You have rule obsessed, paranoid Bavaria, which is completely different to Saxony where people are more or less just trying to get on with their lives and regarding the rules as an inconvenience.

 

My theory is its because East Germany jumped straight from Hitler to Stalin. As a people they're jaded by authoritarianism, they see the latest bollox for what it is, and treat it more with a sigh and a "whatever" than the terror they're meant to feel.

 

But when life is made completely unliveable it's the ordinary people who have to live day to day that will rise up, I'm pretty sure of this.

 

My family is from Bavaria and many still live there.

 

Bavaria is almost like a separate country to the rest of Germany - it is extremely affluent.

 

Speaking to my relatives there - they just wouldn't question authority. At the same time, they don't have the same psy-op warfare that we experience here and the government treats them with a lot more respect. When my sister came to England recently she couldn't believe all the signs everywhere and the constant messaging on the tv.

 

Edit they also have excellent public services there, so highly unlikely in Bavaria you would see the scenes we have seen in care homes etc

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9 hours ago, Illmatic said:

As a people they're jaded by authoritarianism, they see the latest bollox for what it is, and treat it more with a sigh and a "whatever" than the terror they're meant to feel.

 

 I wish we could get more opinions  from  other nations on how they feel .

To me, the majority of Brits are  quite willing to  go along with it all. I wonder how we are viewed from other eyes?

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11 hours ago, FrankVitali said:

 

I don't know wtf to make of this. It is disgusting. I get that maybe its some sort of "joke", but it's on a current affairs news programme watched by adults, not kids.

 

 

Here's my prediction, Santa will give Rudolph the Rona, with droplets from his beard and Rudolph will infect the other reindeers with his red nose, then Dancer will reinfect Santa and he will die this Christmas.

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12 minutes ago, Velma said:

Here's my prediction, Santa will give Rudolph the Rona, with droplets from his beard and Rudolph will infect the other reindeers with his red nose, then Dancer will reinfect Santa and he will die this Christmas.

They will kill the reindeer soon in case of virus,  but the queen and her paedo kids all somehow got nice new fur coats for xmas. 😉

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1 hour ago, Mr H said:

 

My family is from Bavaria and many still live there.

 

Bavaria is almost like a separate country to the rest of Germany - it is extremely affluent.

 

Speaking to my relatives there - they just wouldn't question authority. At the same time, they don't have the same psy-op warfare that we experience here and the government treats them with a lot more respect. When my sister came to England recently she couldn't believe all the signs everywhere and the constant messaging on the tv.

 

Edit they also have excellent public services there, so highly unlikely in Bavaria you would see the scenes we have seen in care homes etc

 

Yeah agree, that's the impression I've gotten as well. Stayed a few days there with a good friend of mine and his girlfriend. They're very typical Bavarians, wouldn't question anything and feel Merkel will sort it all out for them in the end. It's a shame because it's generally a very nice place with beautiful nature, just too stressful for me right now, the tension is reaching breaking point.

 

One reason I felt Germany was a far better choice than my home country of Ireland was their lessons from history. There's a general aversion to authoritstianism and while some are sleepwalking into it especially in the south there's growing anger elsewhere. Huge protests in Leipzig yesterday for example. Merkel knows this and knows she has to at least give the impression that they are being reasonable with the people. No such luck back home or the UK where they can impose any kind of fascist nonsense based on thin air like fencing off non food items in the supermarket and people will just assume it's being done to protect them. 

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1 hour ago, shadowmoon said:

 

 I wish we could get more opinions  from  other nations on how they feel .

To me, the majority of Brits are  quite willing to  go along with it all. I wonder how we are viewed from other eyes?

 

I've been away travelling since June and did say on another thread I'd give an account of it so might as well do it here.

 

Ireland - Dark dark days ahead I fear. Very little questioning going on and one of the most severe lockdown policies in Western Europe. Tourism and bar industries will be destroyed, leaving us with big tech who are going to have us by the balls. Still, the main upside to living in Ireland at the moment is that everything descends into a mess pretty quickly, so trying to see the clowns that are in charge trying to impose a rollout of a techno-communism system could well end up a complete joke. We're a tough people, so I have faith there'll be an awakening at some stage, it'll probably just come too late after we've seen our society destroyed.

 

France - Regulations were quite lax when I was there and have gotten a hell of a lot worse since. Given their revolutionary history the people value their freedom and at least in the south nobody is overly bothered about masks etc. More hope for them than others I'd guess but was only there a couple of days so hard to say for sure.

 

Spain - A people who love to complain about how they are getting done over by the government but will then comply fully with every regulation and even police eachother in the streets. Police force full of nasty pricks happy for any excuse to give a beating. Mandatory masks everywhere since June. Economy already in trouble before the lockdowns and likely to get much much worse. Will be staying away for the foreseeable.

 

Italy - Great people. High levels of cynicism about the whole thing and have shown the most pushback so far of any nation, which unfortunately has been slowed by government intimidation and encouragement of snitching on neighbours etc. Economy is in the toilet and mass destitution is a real danger, and the people know it but have to keep putting the pressure on.

 

Sweden - Bizarre experience being there in August, like a time matchine back to January when the world was sane. Got a bit emotional stepping off the bus from the airport and not a mask in sight. The Swedes are unusual people who generally keep very much to themselves and are very compliant. It seems like a very well run society but they're fully in with the EU agenda in general and youd have to feel if masks and lockdowns were imposed everyone would be doing as they were told. It won't last I don't think. One big social experiment in my opinion.

 

Denmark: Only there a short time but things seem to be getting pretty difficult. Another place I wasn't keen to have any more than a flying visit.

 

Germany: A country of many sides, from more relaxed Schleshwig Holstein and Saxony in the North and East to strict Bavaria in the South. You can see the history written in the street and on the faces of the people who walk them. Berlin is a melting pot and may be the centre of many major events in the years to come I feel. For now this is not a bad place to be as many Germans are questioning people, but there are probably very dark times ahead.

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12 hours ago, Fluke said:

This new lockdown has got to have woken up a few more people if nothing else. Its a strange world where now my mum is completely redpilled 😂. I never ever thought I'd see the day. She's even watched one by one with me, (I thought that would be a less heavy in regards to Info, but hit her in the feels.)

 

She went from a clapping seal on the first night (until I had a stern talk with her and made her see sense) to the other side. I just hope I've done the right the thing as things are never the same after. 

 

She said to me tonight about other people not seeing it though. I just said how do lonely do you think people like me found it at the begining of all this shit? When next to no one were speaking out. At least a few more mainstream outlets are speaking out. 

 

It's been 12 years knowing some of this information, and for some decades. Welcome to our world. 

 

It looks like the north will be on the forefront of the "great pushback". Or am I being naive? 

 

 

 

Its not being naive to have a bit of faith in your fellow man. Afterall we all seen through it, so why cant they? 

 

This site has kept me sane after I've been banned or socially ostracized on many platforms since this began. Not to mention the conspiracy lite sites showing their true shill colours too. 

 

Always try and stay positive mate. Even in these bleak times.

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1 hour ago, Mr H said:

 

My family is from Bavaria and many still live there.

 

Bavaria is almost like a separate country to the rest of Germany - it is extremely affluent.

 

Speaking to my relatives there - they just wouldn't question authority. At the same time, they don't have the same psy-op warfare that we experience here and the government treats them with a lot more respect. When my sister came to England recently she couldn't believe all the signs everywhere and the constant messaging on the tv.

 

Edit they also have excellent public services there, so highly unlikely in Bavaria you would see the scenes we have seen in care homes etc

 

Even prior to COVID-1984, the UK population got an extra heavy dose of propaganda of the Elite's agenda, that is what you get when you are Lizard Central.

 

The amount of time and money for all the stencilled painted signs, printed signs, banners, electronic signs, gel pumps, barriers, P.A. announcements etc. must be huge.  As your sister had noticed it is really in your face and over the top.

 

Here for example, Westminster Bridge which is dead, no tourists and very few people going to work and like other bridges in Central London, there are the steel, anti-terror psyop barriers supplemeted now with the COVID social distance signs and the blue line.

 

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Before the blue line was painted.

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Check this shit out:

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8924923/Boris-Johnsons-astonishing-bid-nail-leaker-bounced-second-coronavirus-lockdown.html

 

What a bollocks cover story. They're just making it up as they go along now. They're trying to blame a mole on thee latest lockdown rather than themselves. Incredible. 

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32 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

 

I've been away travelling since June and did say on another thread I'd give an account of it so might as well do it here.

 

Ireland - Dark dark days ahead I fear. Very little questioning going on and one of the most severe lockdown policies in Western Europe. Tourism and bar industries will be destroyed, leaving us with big tech who are going to have us by the balls. Still, the main upside to living in Ireland at the moment is that everything descends into a mess pretty quickly, so trying to see the clowns that are in charge trying to impose a rollout of a techno-communism system could well end up a complete joke. We're a tough people, so I have faith there'll be an awakening at some stage, it'll probably just come too late after we've seen our society destroyed.

 

France - Regulations were quite lax when I was there and have gotten a hell of a lot worse since. Given their revolutionary history the people value their freedom and at least in the south nobody is overly bothered about masks etc. More hope for them than others I'd guess but was only there a couple of days so hard to say for sure.

 

Spain - A people who love to complain about how they are getting done over by the government but will then comply fully with every regulation and even police eachother in the streets. Police force full of nasty pricks happy for any excuse to give a beating. Mandatory masks everywhere since June. Economy already in trouble before the lockdowns and likely to get much much worse. Will be staying away for the foreseeable.

 

Italy - Great people. High levels of cynicism about the whole thing and have shown the most pushback so far of any nation, which unfortunately has been slowed by government intimidation and encouragement of snitching on neighbours etc. Economy is in the toilet and mass destitution is a real danger, and the people know it but have to keep putting the pressure on.

 

Sweden - Bizarre experience being there in August, like a time matchine back to January when the world was sane. Got a bit emotional stepping off the bus from the airport and not a mask in sight. The Swedes are unusual people who generally keep very much to themselves and are very compliant. It seems like a very well run society but they're fully in with the EU agenda in general and youd have to feel if masks and lockdowns were imposed everyone would be doing as they were told. It won't last I don't think. One big social experiment in my opinion.

 

Denmark: Only there a short time but things seem to be getting pretty difficult. Another place I wasn't keen to have any more than a flying visit.

 

Germany: A country of many sides, from more relaxed Schleshwig Holstein and Saxony in the North and East to strict Bavaria in the South. You can see the history written in the street and on the faces of the people who walk them. Berlin is a melting pot and may be the centre of many major events in the years to come I feel. For now this is not a bad place to be as many Germans are questioning people, but there are probably very dark times ahead.

Thank you. Spain looks very bad, and after years of franco I imagined totalitarianism wouldn't be so easily forced.?

 

 

I saw a vid of the crowds in germany yesterday, impressive amounts..but what does crowding achieve now? It won't stop anything?

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Thank you. Spain looks very bad, and after years of franco I imagined totalitarianism wouldn't be so easily forced.?

 

 

I saw a vid of the crowds in germany yesterday, impressive amounts..but what does crowding achieve now? It won't stop anything?

 

 

 

I feel if we are ever truly going to make an impact that it requires everyone to down tools. Just stop, everyone at once, they'd be powerless after that. Won't happen though. 

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