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Meanwhile. the Japanese have discovered a way you can get away from it all and still work your bollocks off. They've installed wi-fi and workstations in their national parks - and if you've never visited one, they are awe-inspiring - so the drones can get back to nature and look at trees whilst they tap away on their keyboards. I thought the whole purpose of national parks and suchlike was that they provide a haven away from wage slavery. There's no getting away from our digital prison, even in the wilds and, of course, it's all thanks to Covid 19.

 

https://www.insidejapantours.com/blog/2020/11/03/working-from-forests-national-parks-set-up-wifi-workstations/?utm_source=RedEye&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Closer to Japan Pt1&utm_content=UK_B2C_CTJ_1&nosubsite=ABVariantB

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22 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Meanwhile. the Japanese have discovered a way you can get away from it all and still work your bollocks off. They've installed wi-fi and workstations in their national parks - and if you've never visited one, they are awe-inspiring - so the drones can get back to nature and look at trees whilst they tap away on their keyboards. I thought the whole purpose of national parks and suchlike was that they provide a haven away from wage slavery. There's no getting away from our digital prison, even in the wilds and, of course, it's all thanks to Covid 19.

 

https://www.insidejapantours.com/blog/2020/11/03/working-from-forests-national-parks-set-up-wifi-workstations/?utm_source=RedEye&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Closer to Japan Pt1&utm_content=UK_B2C_CTJ_1&nosubsite=ABVariantB

 

What like this? 

 

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And there is the other British invention, the beach office.

 

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40 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

If my maths is correct, which I'm pretty sure it is, one person in every 55 people in the UK have

tested positive for the lurgi. I still don't know anyone who's tested positive. I must have at least

100 combined family, friends and acquantainces and none of them have either taken a test or

tested positive.

 

Population of UK is 66,000,000

 

Number of positive tests is 1,192,013

 

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/uk/

 

 

 

I don't have a very large circle of family and friends, and I don't personally know anyone who's been sick or tested 'positive'.

 

Though I did learn earlier this week that my sister's boyfriend's brother - who shares a house with them - was apparently tested 'positive' though I don't believe he's actually sick or showing any symptoms. The rest of my family are concerned as my sister recovered from breast cancer treatment a couple of years ago and has a weakened immune system due to chemotherapy.

 

I've heard of a few people locally who've supposedly died 'from coronavirus', but I don't believe that was the cause of death.

 

If supposedly hundreds of people are being tested daily, I'm surprised I don't hear more from people I know who've been tested.

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Not been on forum since page 400. Apologies if some thing similar has been posted since I was last here. Been thinking earlier this week and Thursday gave me the chance to put thoughts into words. A conversation with the finance director at work got round to the wearing of masks. He told me about seeing some one in a sure market not wearing one and wished he had been brave enough to challenge this fellow. I asked him if he wore one in shops before July 24th "No" came his muffled reply. Can you remember seeing any one wearing a mask before July 24th. He thought for a while and said "No". "Therefore are you and every body else wearing a mask because you really believe it will stop you getting infected, or do you put one on because Boris Johnson has told you to"?. He turned on his heels saying some thing about having no answer for that one. Dear friends as we know there was nothing to stop any one wearing a mask before this date and they are not hard to get hold of. This could be a useful argument to put fore-ward and get some of the sheeple to start thinking for their selves. The first lock down didn't work and was more severe than this one, so how the hell does Boris and co think that this lock down will make any difference. Another good question for any one who buys into the bull shit ( fuck, doesn't the world stink at the moment). Again, apologies if some thing similar has already been posted over the last 28 pages. That's enough from me for the moment, got some catching up to do. Page 401 here I come.  

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2 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

 

As per usual the MSM who are under reporting this protest say only hundreds of people.  Looks like over a thousand to me. They should have gone to Specsavers.

 

 

 

 

 

Slaves protesting that they prefer the old version of slavery to the new one.

 

 

 

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8925735/The-1am-email-sent-ENTIRE-NSW-police-force-questioning-coronavirus-lockdown.html

 

'It's a global dictatorship!' The bizarre 1am email sent to the ENTIRE NSW police force questioning the state's 'oppressive' coronavirus lockdown

 

  • The six-page open letter was addressed to NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller
  • It was signed off by Senior Constable Alexander Cooney, a highway patrol officer
  • He claimed he sought to 'raise the alarm that a global dictatorship is occurring'

 

A disgruntled cop penned a six-page letter to the state's police commissioner laden with COVID-19 conspiracy theories and sent it to the entire NSW Police force at 1am.  

Titled 'Open Letter to the Commissioner: Tyranny of Government, or Best Interests of the People?', the document was sent on October 26, five months after NSW came out of lockdown.

It was signed off by Senior Constable Alexander Cooney, a highway patrol officer from Coffs Harbour, north of Sydney, and called into questioned the legitimacy of the state's coronavirus response.

'Many members of the force are fed up with the approach to enforce oppressive rules placed upon the population in the name of COVID-19 and the looming mandatory vaccination,' the letter read.

 

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Damage control

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of Larken Rose's past comments 

"How weird is it that most people get this question wrong?: You're a customer in need of some product or service, and you get to choose one of the following:

1) A company tells you what it will do, and what the price is, and you can decide whether to take the deal.

2) A company will tell you what it will do, FORCE you to pay whatever price it demands, and then do whatever the hell it wants.

Which of these arrangements is more likely to serve your interests?"

 

8 years ago

"This and no other is the root from which a tyrant springs; when he first appears he is a protector." (Plato) It was true two thousand years ago. It is still true today."

 

"The myth of "authority," when wielded by tyrants, is not used just to deprive us of material wealth--which would be bad enough. Instead, what drives true tyrants is the desire to deprive their subjects of their HUMANITY, by replacing their free will and self-determination with the will of the tyrant. In short, "government" is the engine for love of dominion: the epitome of evil, and the opposite of humanity."

 

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I was off the forum, for a few months, over the summer. Did the government, I am sure this must have evolved over time too, ever actually define what they meant when they used the term 'a positive test'? For example, in the early days at least, were they were using test results from the same type of test that amazingly came back positive from a goat, a lemon and Matt Hancock's anus? Again, in the early days at least, was anyone being marked down as testing positive, simply as a result of a telephone call to a medical professional or a 111 advisor?

 

Does anyone know who was responsible for forcing the BBC to add 'deaths for any reason within 28 days of a positive test', in small print, underneath the grossly oversized death toll figure? It must have been someone with a bit of weight or someone who stubbornly went down the legal route. Kudos, to whoever it was.     

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Leipzig Germany   - Nov. 7th 2020

Police got overrun by people, just like 31 years ago (exactly to the day) when the protests took place in the same city in the same streets that lead to the fall of the East Germany.
Despite that politics prohibited the protests, people came and stayed anyways.  Peaceful protests with tremendous positive energy.
Police forces didn't aggressively stop the protests. In fact they were securing the protests again aggressive antifa people and even opened up the roadblocks after massive pressure from the people.

 

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“THESE are the times that try men's souls: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands by it Now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: — ‘Tis dearness only that gives every thing its value. Heaven knows how to set a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed, if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated.”

―Thomas Paine, The American Crisis, Number 1

 

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7 hours ago, querdenker said:

Leipzig Germany   - Nov. 7th 2020

Police got overrun by people, just like 31 years ago (exactly to the day) when the protests took place in the same city in the same streets that lead to the fall of the East Germany.
Despite that politics prohibited the protests, people came and stayed anyways.  Peaceful protests with tremendous positive energy.
Police forces didn't aggressively stop the protests. In fact they were securing the protests again aggressive antifa people and even opened up the roadblocks after massive pressure from the people.

 

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Humanity is still awake somewhere!👏👏👏👏

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26 minutes ago, Jelly Bean said:

 

Absolutely disgusting! Disgusting!!! 😡

Couldn't agree more. Look how sinister the police look with their muzzles. Like a clear distinction of them and us.

 

Luckily if you you ever need to run away from the police they ain't gonna catch you wearing those muzzles!

 

But yeah this is all getting out of hand now.

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21 hours ago, magu said:

We ''might'' just see a kickback and a mass awakening if the fiendishly clever mutant viroose which managed to infect all those big ferrets in Denmark manages to leap across to cats and dogs...imagine the collective outpourings of the people still asleep if they started  culling pets...and dont forget they have already warned us with coronacat

 

Why on earth would they do that...well pets aint suitable for humans in hutch housing...the mechanically recovered meat that they eat would be better served being fed to humans....and come the food shortages they would be a valuable source of protein ...plus they cant have people out exercising their pets during lockdowns...Oh and i nearly forgot...cats and dogs refuse to wear masks

 

Almost a million pets were culled during world war 2 over fears of food shortages and the risk of the animals getting killed during the war!! It just shows the masses really do share very few brain cells. 'oh my pet might die from a bomb, I'll kill them first so that doesn't happen'. Whats more alarming is it was not done by force, people were lining up to have their pets euthanised by choice, thinking they were doing 'the right thing'. 

 

So its happened before....

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8 hours ago, querdenker said:

Leipzig Germany   - Nov. 7th 2020

Police got overrun by people, just like 31 years ago (exactly to the day) when the protests took place in the same city in the same streets that lead to the fall of the East Germany.
Despite that politics prohibited the protests, people came and stayed anyways.  Peaceful protests with tremendous positive energy.
Police forces didn't aggressively stop the protests. In fact they were securing the protests again aggressive antifa people and even opened up the roadblocks after massive pressure from the people.

 

Leipzip-Luftbilder.jpg

 

I'm in Germany at the moment but unfortunately couldn't find a way to make it to this. It's really positive but as others have stated in this thread it's easy to slam protestors as Neo-Nazis and super spreaders and the agenda will progress as planned with nothing changing. We need hundreds of thousands rather than thousands, using civil disobedience to force their voices to be heard.

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11 minutes ago, Jelly Bean said:

 

Almost a million pets were culled during world war 2 over fears of food shortages and the risk of the animals getting killed during the war!! It just shows the masses really do share very few brain cells. 'oh my pet might die from a bomb, I'll kill them first so that doesn't happen'. Whats more alarming is it was not done by force, people were lining up to have their pets euthanised by choice, thinking they were doing 'the right thing'. 

 

So its happened before....

 

That is interesting i've never heard this before

although i am not sure folk back then were as kind to pets children or wives as people are today

 

it was kind of common in those olden days for people to take their dog out to "get it lost"

i am sure this happens today too but back then it was an acceptable practice 

 

so folk would take their dog out on the false pretense of a regular walk and then abandon the poor fellow

in a location too far away for doggy to know the route home :( 

 

 

 

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Is this the long awaited COVID-2020 update?   First we had the Bat-Snake-Cat-Dog COVID now Mink COVID which is vaccine resistant = more terror porn.

 

UK hospitals told to take 'immediate action' as coronavirus mutation spreads to humans

UK HOSPITALS have been put on alert for patients with a new coronavirus mutation that is spreading from minks to humans.

PUBLISHED: 10:15, Mon, Nov 9, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:46, Mon, Nov 9, 2020

Experts fear the new strain of the deadly virus is resistant to a vaccine. Jonathan Van Tam, the deputy chief medical officer, has told doctors, nurses and GPs across the UK to take “immediate action”.

 

Every hospital in the country has been ordered to isolate suspected “mink virus” patients.

 

The new strain was first identified in Denmark and has raised concerns about vaccine development because it is less sensitive to protective antibodies.

In a letter circulated to health chiefs, co-signed by the NHS medical director, Professor Steve Powis, hospitals have been told that any coronavirus patients who recently traveled to Denmark must be isolated and treated in specialist centres.

The patients must then be gene tested to identify whether they have the new strain.

The new measures mirror the ones imposed in hospitals at the beginning of the year, when COVID-19 was first spreading to the UK from China and mainland Europe.

Mink-related mutations of coronavirus have been detected in over 200 people in Denmark so far.

Danish authorities reacted quickly to the news and put parts of the country under new lockdown measures, where the cases were most prevalent.

The news has also triggered culls of all mink in the country, thought to be about 17million.

More at the Daily BS Express

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1357901/mink-virus-news-denmark-mink-coronavirus-uk-hospitals-vaccine-resistant

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