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On that note, a mandate is weak in legal terms, i want to read a book or two on european law that gives me some standing in court..

Common law does not entirely apply, or at all outside of the UK, and it's all a tad vague overall. I like to think i am a great summarizer and information-condenser but law in general is not doing those titles any favor specifically due to European diversity of constitutions and mix + match between common and Roman law regarding contracts, person-hood and so on. Requires its own topic again so i digress.

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27 minutes ago, jack121 said:

 

More mandates we can all easily ignore.

 

 

I understand the sentiment, but not so easy to ignore when you're a struggling American facing ~17% inflation (at pre-1980 calculations) (March 8.5%) which is only set to increase.

 

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http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/inflation-charts

 

 

And these aren't just [somewhat] ignorable mandates or 'official orders' from on high. 

According to the article it's making its way through Rhode Island State legislature and will be signed into law?

 

They've been playing this nasty game for ages across the United States (and elsewhere of course,) with extra health insurance premiums etc. I remember some hospital somewhere tried to say they were going to deduct an extra US$200 per month (£103) from medical staffs pay cheque if their partner was unjabbed ! I believe that was shot down in a court because it was just a "mandate" type thing.

 

But they will try every nasty trick in book to poison us.

 

Costs of going unvaccinated in America are mounting for workers and companies

https://www.reuters.com/business/costs-going-unvaccinated-america-are-mounting-workers-companies-2022-03-25/

 

 

Will we reach a point when even normies start thinking "hey! they're trying SO insanely hard -like grotesque - with the threats and propaganda; this seems a little suspicious?" 🤔

 

Just kidding:

Normies will wake up when the lockdowns go on and on and on and police open fire on peaceful protestors.🤨

Normies will wake up when the talking heads openly start saying the jab doesn't stop infection or transmission and the jabbed  make up the majority of hospitalizations and deaths.😐

Normies will wake up when people are dropping outside vax clinics and in the streets.😶

Normies will wake up when *children* are dropping dead of heart attacks and they report it in the news.😒

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On 4/20/2022 at 10:16 AM, stevcolx said:

They will know if you haven't had the Vax. They just have to do a Bluetooth scan on you and if you don't have a MAC Address then you haven't had the Vax!!! 

i am sat at a jungle gym party and there is not a single BT anonymous code poppjng up  the party boom boxes are appearing but nowt else

 

3months ago + i would have at least 40 in a place this big

 

 

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2 hours ago, truepositive said:

The odds of change will improve dramatically on a related curve of 'food shortages' and all such types of nonsense. Every oil running out of supply was shortening lives anway. A wheat based global food chain was insane anyway. We will not get the better alternatives out of nowhere, but for well provided farming nations none of this is bad outside of politicians interfering. Almost all of europe fits into that description, and needs to ask the the question; 'are we going to let global organizations fuck us in our up-stuck and prepared bums, or decide our own fate?' The idea of a food shortage in western europe is SO insane that if it gets sold to the public i might actually give up. The Netherlands alone produces 35% of the the WHOLE WORLDS supply of non-red tomatoes. 20% of all its marketed flowers, literally, and 10% of an augmented market of specialty vegetables. There are more interesting factoids there but the point is that the argument that 'we are out of space/ farmland' is total bunk. However farmers are being paid OR sued to do things ineffectively. That is a LITERAL antithesis to capitalism, efficiency, and life itself!

Not a criticism but this might be worth putting in the great reset or food shortage threads as well

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3 hours ago, Morpheus said:

China’s COVID-19 lockdown is inflaming the world’s supply chain backlog, with 1 in 5 container ships stuck outside congested ports

 

https://fortune.com/2022/04/21/china-covid-lockdown-shanghai-port-supply-chain-backlog-container-ships/

 

 

Things certainly seem to be progressing swimmingly at the moment. For our lords and masters

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2 hours ago, skitzorat said:

 

I understand the sentiment, but not so easy to ignore when you're a struggling American facing ~17% inflation (at pre-1980 calculations) (March 8.5%) which is only set to increase.

 

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http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/inflation-charts

 

 

And these aren't just [somewhat] ignorable mandates or 'official orders' from on high. 

According to the article it's making its way through Rhode Island State legislature and will be signed into law?

 

They've been playing this nasty game for ages across the United States (and elsewhere of course,) with extra health insurance premiums etc. I remember some hospital somewhere tried to say they were going to deduct an extra US$200 per month (£103) from medical staffs pay cheque if their partner was unjabbed ! I believe that was shot down in a court because it was just a "mandate" type thing.

 

But they will try every nasty trick in book to poison us.

 

Costs of going unvaccinated in America are mounting for workers and companies

https://www.reuters.com/business/costs-going-unvaccinated-america-are-mounting-workers-companies-2022-03-25/

 

 

Will we reach a point when even normies start thinking "hey! they're trying SO insanely hard -like grotesque - with the threats and propaganda; this seems a little suspicious?" 🤔

 

Just kidding:

Normies will wake up when the lockdowns go on and on and on and police open fire on peaceful protestors.🤨

Normies will wake up when the talking heads openly start saying the jab doesn't stop infection or transmission and the jabbed  make up the majority of hospitalizations and deaths.😐

Normies will wake up when people are dropping outside vax clinics and in the streets.😶

Normies will wake up when *children* are dropping dead of heart attacks and they report it in the news.😒

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Excellent post. Of course, some aspects of the Conjob 19 con remain obscure, possibly deliberately so, bit like the 'confusion marketing' practiced by the  banks.

 

But the bottom line is surely depopulation by vaccine. If you read widely enough, you can find convincing evidence that population reduction has been on the agenda for a good while.

 

There's a book by Jack Hargreaves, 'The Old Country' with one very revealing chapter. Hargreaves tells of the time he met a University Vice Chancellor who discussed serving on an official committee to determine the optimum population of Britain.

 

The Vice Chancellor said that figure they calculated was 36 million but commented to Hargreaves:  'what democratic politician could even approach the problem of getting rid of getting rid of twenty nine million people?'

 

But the billionaires have now taken over completely and there's no restraint from 'democratic politicians'.

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On 4/22/2022 at 11:13 PM, numnuts said:

Along with the vaccine side effects too. Do you know anything about how they are currently manipulating, or going to be manipulating, the Covid antibody test? It obviously has to be fake as hell.

Agree, v side effects too.

Im not sure they have to do much else than they have been doing already re: fake tests, msm has it covered and the dominos set to fall with a pick of trigger points.

All fake and relatively easy to rectify in a sane world, but we're far from that.

Unbelievable that reality has not set in en-masse! 

 

 

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18 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Unbelievable that reality has not set in en-masse!

 

This was the perfect opportunity for society to have a confrontation with the corrupt political class. We had the moral high ground because our natural law rights were being stripped away, they admitted using FEAR as a coercive tool, the drugs they were trying to impose on everyone hadn't been properly tested and most of the population weren't even in a risk group for 'covid'

 

We had a solid platform from which to expose the entire rotten game and at the same time we had gifts like the epstein scandal which had also implicated prince andrew so we had lots of ammo

 

But the problem is that a lot of people are getting what they need from the system and have developed a high degree of trust in it. HALF of the scottish work force is employed by the government! As long as they work their 9to5 and pay their taxes and drive within the speed limit and listen to the 6 o'clock news they get their mortgage, they get their car on credit, they get their foreign holiday and they get their weekly shop in, so they have faith in the system

 

They have been lulled into believing that the system has a kind of benevolent paternal view towards them. The truth is far removed from that. The truth is that the elites of this country and the west in general are waging a war against the general populace and don't intend the middle classes to keep any of the perks that they have been allowed through the boomer generations life span

 

The problem is that by shifting your world view from one where you believe the government is working for you to one where you see the government as being at war against you requires you to completely change how you go about conducting your life and many people are afraid to do that and to risk losing their perks (which they are on course to lose anyway through the 'great reset')

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boomers do not give a shit what world their grand kids will live in

they will keep getting jabbed as they believe it saves them. thats all they care about.

they dismiss the great reset, it won't happen in my time attitude

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1 minute ago, bamboozooka said:

boomers do not give a shit what world their grand kids will live in

they will keep getting jabbed as they believe it saves them. thats all they care about.

they dismiss the great reset, it won't happen in my time attitude

 

i call them the 'me, me, me generation'

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21 minutes ago, zarkov said:

Unbelievable that reality has not set in en-masse! 

It's because for the last two years and still continuing, we have been living in a non-reality. For myself, I don't feel like I can move forward, I feel like something is blocking me from thinking any further than day to day because the outlook is so bleak. I can't concentrate for the madness that surrounds me. It's hard work passing through this jungle. 

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3 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

😢 This is not a 3rd-world country, or a 2nd-world country. This is a breadline in Italy😥

 

In a world of plenty we have good honest people lining up just to eat whilst the fat cats get fatter. Coming to a country near you soon, they want this to spread far and wide. It breaks my heart to see this, it just doesn't need to happen. 

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15 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

It's because for the last two years and still continuing, we have been living in a non-reality. For myself, I don't feel like I can move forward, I feel like something is blocking me from thinking any further than day to day because the outlook is so bleak. I can't concentrate for the madness that surrounds me. It's hard work passing through this jungle. 

4 hours ago, truepositive said:

Being paid not to grow stuff, leave land barren, or sell it billy. All that is happening every day, and part of the reason i am not planning anything past 2027 ish. I would need specialist equipment and a pig to cut open once a week to live. Fuck it all then, rather find a fortune somehow or a place to breatharian.

 

If we are talking a shit hit the fan situation then we could see a return to the 'dig for victory' movement that started in the second world war when our food imports were disrupted by german Uboats. If people are starving then no one is going to complain about brownfield sites, parks, golf courses, verges, disused railways and public gardens being turned over to food production

 

Potatos are easy to grow and can be grown in any tubs or even growbags. Carrots too are easy and swedes grow in almost any soil. You can survive on potatos if we are talking here about survival and not quality of life. Garlic's good for health. This can be supplemented with foraging and pemican can be made for the winter time as it keeps well. Its next winter that will be the real test

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Just had an interesting chat with a lady from down the road. She brought me some reading material when she heard that I had a few deaths in the family. I just got made aware of several other vulnerable people that have died down my road too. She seemed pretty pleased when I agreed with her about what is going on.

 

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31 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

But the problem is that a lot of people are getting what they need from the system and have developed a high degree of trust in it. HALF of the scottish work force is employed by the government! As long as they work their 9to5 and pay their taxes and drive within the speed limit and listen to the 6 o'clock news they get their mortgage, they get their car on credit, they get their foreign holiday and they get their weekly shop in, so they have faith in the system

 

well more and more of them will fall towards the breadline and might become more radicalised although no doubt the system will head that off by giving them universal basic income in the form of a digital currency

 

I looked over at the petrol pump of the van parked next to me at the petrol station and he had put in over £98 into his fuel tank. How long can people do that for?

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7 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

In a world of plenty we have good honest people lining up just to eat whilst the fat cats get fatter. Coming to a country near you soon, they want this to spread far and wide. It breaks my heart to see this, it just doesn't need to happen. 

Mine too.

 

Never heard of Mario Draghi - he's the Italian Prime Minister, (which is appointed by the president,) and is an ex-Goldman Sachs/European Central Bank-er - so, similar to The Macaroon, it comes as no surprise when I look up his wiki to find he has a whole list of accolades for his services to humanity:

 

He left that role after a decade to join Goldman Sachs, where he remained until his appointment as Governor of the Bank of Italy in 2006. His tenure as Governor coincided with the 2008 Great Recession

 

He left those roles after his nomination by the European Council in 2011 to serve as President of the ECB. He presided over the institution during the Eurozone crisis, becoming famous throughout Europe for saying that he would be prepared to do "whatever it takes" to prevent the euro from failing.[4] 

 

 In 2019, Paul Krugman described him as "the greatest central banker of modern times."[8] Moreover, thanks to his monetary policies, he is widely considered the "saviour of the euro" during the European debt crisis.[9][10][11] 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_Draghi

 

You just can't make this sh!t up -  you can only but laugh 😬

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1 minute ago, skitzorat said:

Never heard of Mario Draghi - is an ex-Goldman Sachs/European Central Bank-er

 

he was one of the goldman sachs 'technocrats' put into control national governments after the orchestrated takedown of the global economy in 2008 and the resultant 'bailouts' of the banks which until this covid scamdemic was the biggest shift of public wealth into private hands the world had seen

 

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5 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

It's difficult to know what is truth or fiction happening in Shanghai and other parts of China.

 

 

 

Reminds me of this I saw on gab today. After the Wuhan psy-op, it feels about right.

It's very strange that China with it's Great Firewall, insane censorship, and ability for The State to instantaneously delete netizen communications that are unfavourable, allows all these new *atrocity* [propaganda] videos to "leak" out.

 

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