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On 5/22/2020 at 3:01 PM, oddsnsods said:

 

Why am I not at all surprised. The 'new ABnormal'...

 

On 5/22/2020 at 4:54 AM, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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Shouldn't that read 'stop cognitive dissonance'; rather than 'spread cognitive dissonance'?

 

On 5/22/2020 at 9:01 AM, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

So many people out there have disconnected from reality and spend life in the digital construct. They meet in droves inside huge online games. These become the worlds they have escaped into. Before the "official" rule of social distancing they were already insulated mentally if not physically.

 

Virtual reality isn't real.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPhs9cHiK6Y

 

On 5/22/2020 at 9:07 AM, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

Good to see the lunatics at The Telegraph attaining new levels of Covidiocy, by virtue of not trashing this obvious bullshit. They seem to have all the energy in the world, whenever they feel the need to explicitly trash something. It seems that our lunatics at The Telegraph have a penchant for being a bit selective. 

 

'More than 4 in 10 people believe to some extent that China created coronavirus as a bioweapon to control the west, new research on Covid-19 conspiracy theories has suggested.' :classic_laugh:

 

On 5/22/2020 at 4:00 PM, chocomel said:

Was Weinstein's power stripped off. Andrew is hanging on to a straw... it's going down baby... big time. I think Boris Johnson needs to be careful what he will accept because when the time comes for Gates, we will go for the gangs who supported their genocide too which means that depending on what our PM allows, he could be considered a partner in crime.

 

I think it was Empress Jolie who helped finish it for Weinstein. He wasn't inner core and, as with Baron Greenback in the U.K., he was hammered to give the illusion that wealthy 'Jewish' folks weren't above the law. A one-off, two-pronged transatlantic psyop.

 

As for Prince Andrew, I said many times on the old forum that an anti-monarchy agenda had started to run through the mass media. His downfall, along with the 'narrowing' of the Royal Family and Harry's de facto departure, is just another component of that agenda. The U.K. is being denationalised and a buoyant Royal Family is not something the PTB are keen on.

 

As for BoJo The Clown, I have already said many times, on this very forum too, that he is being lined up for resignation. The Cummings affair, along with the premature birth of his child, his illness and his upcoming failure to deliver Brexit, is just another component of that agenda.

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16 hours ago, KillBill said:

 

Is that a new one?

(I lost all of my bookmarks, just wondered if I had missed that video from her).

 

Maybe profiting from is the wrong term, more like certain people benefit from Gates somehow as they're giving him directions. Here is the vid. I linked to the relevant part.

 

 

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On 5/22/2020 at 6:29 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Not content with shilling for Duginism, Richard is now praising Kissinger and Fauci. Imagine my shock.

 

How can Dick dare to call the vaccine 'safe', when even Billy Gates wants to attain indemnity?

 

On 5/22/2020 at 6:41 PM, bryan said:

They are selfish. They want to protect themselves and their families from a tiny risk of being harmed by a virus at the expense of millions who are certain to suffer from the economic consequences of the lockdown. I've got to the point where I'm looking forward to seeing the sheeple get their vaccines, especially the ones who refused to take a leaflet about Bill Gates.

 

Aww, don't be horrible to the sheeple.

 

On 5/22/2020 at 8:36 PM, truther79 said:

Just watching Doc Martin now on TV with my father. Completely out of the blue in one scene at a pub, a random guy talks about nano technology being used by government via satellite as surveillance. Totally random, absolutely no need to have it in the script. Very weird.

 

You followed up this post, with another post concluding that the 'random guy' was simply being cast as a crazy. Correct. 

 

On 5/22/2020 at 8:53 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Trump designates houses of worship as essential, orders US governors to reopen them NOW.

https://www.rt.com/news/489527-trump-orders-open-churches-now/

 

Fair play.

 

They were going to open again anyway though. :classic_rolleyes:

 

On 5/22/2020 at 11:11 PM, Mikhail Liebestein said:

Government finally seems to be putting two and two together on CoViD, 5G and China.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/05/22/boris-johnson-reduce-huaweis-role-britains-5g-network-wake-coronavirus/

 

Two + Two = Bojo The Clown playing 5D chess with the Chinese. You, Mikhail, have seemingly cracked the code.

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1 hour ago, numnuts said:

So many people out there have disconnected from reality and spend life in the digital construct. They meet in droves inside huge online games. These become the worlds they have escaped into. Before the "official" rule of social distancing they were already insulated mentally if not physically. 

Yes it's also called a television, that you also pay for to have it broadcast to you. All these distractions are there to serve a purpose.

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Did you know that using your hands and arms while speaking makes you louder?  Gesturing while speaking, or "talking with your hands," is common around the world. Many communications researchers believe that gesturing is either done to emphasize important points, or to elucidate specific ideas (think of this as the "drawing in the air" hypothesis). But there are other possibilities. For example, it could be that gesturing, by altering the size and shape of the chest, lungs and vocal muscles, affects the sound of a person's speech. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/05/200518111711.htm

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7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Maybe profiting from is the wrong term, more like certain people benefit from Gates somehow as they're giving him directions. Here is the vid. I linked to the relevant part.

 

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Thanks EW, I'll watch it later. (I had missed that one)

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14 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Haha, so he 'recovered' once from coronavirus, and then caught it again? ?

 

If the masses can't see the cracks forming in this narrative by now, I don't know what will get them to snap out of this trance.

 

Something tells me that the Dominic Cummings outrage, following on from Neil Ferguson's disregard of lockdown measures, is another exercise in gauging public opinion of the measures. Dominic Cummings travelled from London to Durham weeks ago at the end of March but the story has only just broken within the last few days...

 

I think they want to see if public opinion either:

  • Leans towards support of lockdown and that anybody who breaks the rules is "arrogant" and "selfish" should be treated harshly or;
  • Starts to view the measures themselves as suspicious if even our politicians and experts - proponents of the measures - do not see the need to adhere to them.

Will gullibility still prevail?

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6 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Will gullibility still prevail?

 

I'm starting to wonder if this is another Brexit-type thing. There are those who want to 'remain' in lockdown, and those who want to 'leave'.  Both camps bitterly divided. 

 

Shall we be the first to coin the term 'Loxit'? ?

 

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Totally agree there are two very definitive camps who have divided views on the lockdown and the mask/gloves nonsense. In my area if I go to parks and on the seafront etc no one gives a shit, not a mask in sight and people are generally going about their business as they always have. But if I go to the supermarkets there are far more frightened people dodging me like a leper while clad in so much plastic they look like they're about to take a sperm sample from a randy bull. I think whether someone agrees with the lockdown or not depends on if their fear level is still high, although I must say I think there's only so much fear they can milk out of people before people just get fed up and revert to being creatures of habit again, wanting a return to their normal routine.

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7 hours ago, numnuts said:

 

 The U.K. is being denationalised and a buoyant Royal Family is not something the PTB are keen on.

 

 

 

UK Queen isnt even in the top 10 cash players with the owner of a make up company being richest woman in the world 

 

Shes apparently worth just over 50 billion

 

https://financesonline.com/top-10-richest-women-in-the-world/

 

But its the land that the Crown owns that is still just enormous and cash value is who knows what 

 

Apparently the Crown is still #1 

 

 

So tbh

 

They may appear weak but look at it 

 

They arent going anywhere soon unless they slowly abdicate (with the gold and jewels ) or pretend they had no part in making any of it while still administering the collection of taxes in their name and putting their name to all the prisons at her.majestys pleasure 

 

 

 

 

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Lockdown is more or less over, just look at the death rates ... not really noticeable any more.
But that would mean of course that the CV19 manufactured panic was a lie from day 1, it is only a small thing.

So ... the experts and newspapers who have been lying to us from day 1 now come up with a smoke and mirrors story ... circling around Dominic Cummings ... it's his fault, he ruined everything etc...
This prevents the following truths to be acknowledged:
1. The lockdown is over and CV19 is at such a low level it is no longer significant
2. The lockdown was not needed as CV19 is a short lived wave of infection
3. The experts and newspapers are fully guilty of destroying the nation's economy 
4. Let's redirect hatred towards billionaires
 

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2 hours ago, AndyJ said:

Totally agree there are two very definitive camps who have divided views on the lockdown and the mask/gloves nonsense. In my area if I go to parks and on the seafront etc no one gives a shit, not a mask in sight and people are generally going about their business as they always have. But if I go to the supermarkets there are far more frightened people dodging me like a leper while clad in so much plastic they look like they're about to take a sperm sample from a randy bull. I think whether someone agrees with the lockdown or not depends on if their fear level is still high, although I must say I think there's only so much fear they can milk out of people before people just get fed up and revert to being creatures of habit again, wanting a return to their normal routine.

 

They know 2 months of lockdown or so is the max they can get away with at a time. Things will be relaxed and then there will be a 3 or 4 month period of vigilance on level 2 alert, followed by a new level 5 red alert of COVID-19.1 or COVID-20.

 

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