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1 hour ago, DaleP said:

 

What are their reaction when you tell them of this? I bet they don't believe you because you said it. lol (no offence but whatever we say, they say no.)

 

 

Well 1 or 2 look like rabbits in a headlight, but a few are saying they won't have the booster, which is something. I still don't know myself whether the booster is there as a money maker, or if the demons actually need it to be administered to complete the process for their plan. 

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For all those complaining that we're not storming the tower so to speak, what I want to know is what do you believe can be done? 

 

If a plan is formulated here, there are watchers who can have you incarcerated and this forum and all like it closed down.

 

It's a matter of knowing what to do. I've literally been wondering for years.

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2 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

For all those complaining that we're not storming the tower so to speak, what I want to know is what do you believe can be done? 

 

If a plan is formulated here, there are watchers who can have you incarcerated and this forum and all like it closed down.

 

It's a matter of knowing what to do. I've literally been wondering for years.

We wait. More will come. Disobedience is key in this.

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3 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Vicky Spit's partner of 21 years died as a direct result of the AZ injection and she is now trying to get justice for him. She submitted a FOI request to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy asking about the indemnity granted to AZ and what could make it null and void such as incomplete or faulty trial data.

 

The FOI response confirmed that information is held by the Department which is relevant to the question asked. Disclosure of this information was denied on the basis that it would "prejudice the commercial interests of the companies involved". It was stated that it was in the public interest not to release the information as it could adversely impact current or future business with the inference being that it could affect people's confidence in the injections. The Government also "seek to ensure that companies do not suffer unnecessary damage to their wider commercial interests and opportunities".

 

The commercial interests of the pharmaceutical companies have therefore been deemed to override the right to know why they cannot be sued.

 

 

 

Do you think Toyota could get away with that? If Toyota used the justification for not releasing information about a known defect as it could harm their future sales, I do not think that would be considered reasonable. 

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

 

Do you think Toyota could get away with that? If Toyota used the justification for not releasing information about a known defect as it could harm their future sales, I do not think that would be considered reasonable. 

imo, car sales is one thing, we are talking about people's life or death situation here. Not quite the same and cannot be used as 'commercial interest therefore we can't disclose it', ESPECIALLY, we know the vaxx isn't a therapy, it's a human experiment banned by Nuremberg.

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1 hour ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

As David Icke say, mass non-compliance is the answer. We all simply stop complying. But for that to happen there has be very large numbers of people involved.  We haven't got enough people awake yet, I don't know if we will ever have enough people to do this.

 

But the mass non-compliance you speak of is 30% or less of the whole UK population.

We need to start nailing the coffin from all direction.

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1 hour ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

As David Icke say, mass non-compliance is the answer. We all simply stop complying. But for that to happen there has be very large numbers of people involved.  We haven't got enough people awake yet, I don't know if we will ever have enough people to do this.

 

yeah but even the people who consider themselves 'awake' generally don't realise just how much non-compliance is required

 

they think that they just need to not comply with mask mandates and jab mandates

 

but no......we also need to not comply with: all SMART technology, digital currencies (we need to stop paying with cards and pay with cash for everything to keep cash alive), mega-corporations (including supermarkets, mainstream banks, corporate media), we need to not comply with the BBC which means getting rid of TV licences, we need to not comply with what the corporate media puts forward as role models and desired forms of behaviour, we need to not comply with ALL vaccines, we need to not comply with drinking fluoridated water, we need to not comply with big pharma drugs etc etc etc

 

That's a massive journey to undertake and it can't be done over night. It needs to be worked at over years to make the required changes but how many are even starting that process?

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JABBED?

 

Don't know if this story has been posted already in the thread as am way behind on the discussion here but this doesn't seem right to me that a top athlete who looks like he could run through a brick wall just drops dead of a heart attack at only 35 whilst jogging. 

Tragedy as ex-Denver Broncos offensive linesman dies at just 35 after going into cardiac arrest on a run as heartbroken wife reveals their daughters asked to listen to his morning playlist when she broke the news

  • Paul Duncan, who has two young daughters with wife Ellen, died aged 35 
  • He went into cardiac arrest on July 15 and next day was pronounced brain dead
  • Duncan was an offensive lineman for Notre Dame and for Denver Broncos 
  • Ellen said when she first told the children their father had died, their daughter Dillon asked to listen to the song that 'Dad just added to the morning playlist' 

By Rachael Bunyan For Mailonline

Published: 15:49 BST, 22 July 2022 | Updated: 23:22 BST, 22 July 2022

Paul Duncan, a former Notre Dame offensive lineman who had a brief NFL career with the Denver Broncos, has died aged 35 after he went into cardiac arrest while on a run in his neighborhood in Georgia. 

The Georgia native, who has two young daughters with his wife Ellen, fell unconscious on July 15 and was pronounced brain dead in the following days. 

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11039535/Tragedy-former-Denver-Broncos-offensive-linesman-Notre-Dame-star-dies-aged-just-35.html

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5 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Vicky Spit's partner of 21 years died as a direct result of the AZ injection and she is now trying to get justice for him. She submitted a FOI request to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy asking about the indemnity granted to AZ and what could make it null and void such as incomplete or faulty trial data.

 

The FOI response confirmed that information is held by the Department which is relevant to the question asked. Disclosure of this information was denied on the basis that it would "prejudice the commercial interests of the companies involved". It was stated that it was in the public interest not to release the information as it could adversely impact current or future business with the inference being that it could affect people's confidence in the injections. The Government also "seek to ensure that companies do not suffer unnecessary damage to their wider commercial interests and opportunities".

 

The commercial interests of the pharmaceutical companies have therefore been deemed to override the right to know why they cannot be sued.

 

 

Interesting her partner was called Zion.

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5 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Vicky Spit's partner of 21 years died as a direct result of the AZ injection and she is now trying to get justice for him. She submitted a FOI request to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy asking about the indemnity granted to AZ and what could make it null and void such as incomplete or faulty trial data.

 

The FOI response confirmed that information is held by the Department which is relevant to the question asked. Disclosure of this information was denied on the basis that it would "prejudice the commercial interests of the companies involved". It was stated that it was in the public interest not to release the information as it could adversely impact current or future business with the inference being that it could affect people's confidence in the injections. The Government also "seek to ensure that companies do not suffer unnecessary damage to their wider commercial interests and opportunities".

 

The commercial interests of the pharmaceutical companies have therefore been deemed to override the right to know why they cannot be sued.

 

 

 

It's very interesting to read the reply to the freedom of information request in the clip you shared, including the part that says "We have carefully considered the balance in this case"

 

I respect people who make the effort to write these letters, trying to come up with the right words to get a helpful reply. I've read more of these in the last few years than ever before. One thing I have noticed, generally, is what appears to me to be the human element in the replies. Perhaps not this time though. Even so, in the case of this particular reply, this is still surely another significant part of the jigsaw puzzle in the continuing effort to reveal the truth. 

 

I'm glad to see Maajid Nawaz, I enjoy his presenting and his tone. I wasn't always sure of course, but I mostly felt he was asking the questions that I was asking myself, and I was sorry when he was pushed from LBC, but that was probably for the best in the long run. 

 

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

yeah but even the people who consider themselves 'awake' generally don't realise just how much non-compliance is required

 

This is very true. Non compliance is a total removal from the system. To live 'free' it means disconnecting from everything including power sources, cars or fuel supplied by the system at least, food, tech, money....its an endless list of intertwined stuff designed to keep us in slave chains. Masks and jabs are just a very tiny proportion re compliance- really the tip of the iceberg we can see and not all the underbelly which is the real compliance 

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16 minutes ago, RobinJ said:

 

This is very true. Non compliance is a total removal from the system. To live 'free' it means disconnecting from everything including power sources, cars or fuel supplied by the system at least, food, tech, money....its an endless list of intertwined stuff designed to keep us in slave chains. Masks and jabs are just a very tiny proportion re compliance- really the tip of the iceberg we can see and not all the underbelly which is the real compliance 

 

 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-62151059

 

The Class of Covid are graduating - here's what uni looked like for them
By Hazel Shearing
Education correspondent

 

"We have had a completely unique university experience due to Covid-19," Harry says.

(I would say due to the response, and due to unnecessary restrictions)

He stayed with his parents during the first national lockdown.

 

And when he returned to Bristol, in his second year, most of his work was done online, feet up on the coffee table, in a house he shared with friends.

 

Trips to the supermarket were halted by bouts of Covid, Harry says, which became "routine". "I can't remember how many times we had to isolate," he says. "You'd be like, 'Let's go online and do some food shopping.'

 

Harry wanted to portray the feeling of being on his phone late at night and feeling overwhelmed by the public-health warnings.

 

Harry remembers going on his phone at night and "seeing that every five posts would be about Covid". "We were just being constantly bombarded," he says. "This amount of information, like rules and stuff, being constantly in your face is very unhealthy really."

 

In this article, if you read between the lines, there are some nuggets that show the damage done to our young people, in the name of health and safety.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Observations said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-62151059

 

The Class of Covid are graduating - here's what uni looked like for them
By Hazel Shearing
Education correspondent

 

"We have had a completely unique university experience due to Covid-19," Harry says.

(I would say due to the response, and due to unnecessary restrictions)

He stayed with his parents during the first national lockdown.

 

And when he returned to Bristol, in his second year, most of his work was done online, feet up on the coffee table, in a house he shared with friends.

 

Trips to the supermarket were halted by bouts of Covid, Harry says, which became "routine". "I can't remember how many times we had to isolate," he says. "You'd be like, 'Let's go online and do some food shopping.'

 

Harry wanted to portray the feeling of being on his phone late at night and feeling overwhelmed by the public-health warnings.

 

Harry remembers going on his phone at night and "seeing that every five posts would be about Covid". "We were just being constantly bombarded," he says. "This amount of information, like rules and stuff, being constantly in your face is very unhealthy really."

 

In this article, if you read between the lines, there are some nuggets that show the damage done to our young people, in the name of health and safety.

 

 

 

Amazing how compliant students were to all this, this shit wouldn't have flown in the 70s or 80s. We've bred a generation of dumbed down, woke fucktards who are fully invested in the propaganda..

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5 hours ago, Macnamara said:

JABBED?

 

Don't know if this story has been posted already in the thread as am way behind on the discussion here but this doesn't seem right to me that a top athlete who looks like he could run through a brick wall just drops dead of a heart attack at only 35 whilst jogging. 

Tragedy as ex-Denver Broncos offensive linesman dies at just 35 after going into cardiac arrest on a run as heartbroken wife reveals their daughters asked to listen to his morning playlist when she broke the news

  • Paul Duncan, who has two young daughters with wife Ellen, died aged 35 
  • He went into cardiac arrest on July 15 and next day was pronounced brain dead
  • Duncan was an offensive lineman for Notre Dame and for Denver Broncos 
  • Ellen said when she first told the children their father had died, their daughter Dillon asked to listen to the song that 'Dad just added to the morning playlist' 

By Rachael Bunyan For Mailonline

Published: 15:49 BST, 22 July 2022 | Updated: 23:22 BST, 22 July 2022

Paul Duncan, a former Notre Dame offensive lineman who had a brief NFL career with the Denver Broncos, has died aged 35 after he went into cardiac arrest while on a run in his neighborhood in Georgia. 

The Georgia native, who has two young daughters with his wife Ellen, fell unconscious on July 15 and was pronounced brain dead in the following days. 

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11039535/Tragedy-former-Denver-Broncos-offensive-linesman-Notre-Dame-star-dies-aged-just-35.html

What a waste of life.

 

Perhaps this story should be sent to Piers "what healthy young athlete would refuse to have a harmless vaccine?" Morgan.

 

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10 hours ago, DaleP said:

Fluke and others who have been ill recently and suspected chemtrails....it's not it!

BBC clears the myth...yet again.

 

Chemtrails: What's the truth behind the conspiracy theory?

https://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-62240071

 

Pity, they didn't use the dick chemtrail photo. lol

I haven't read the article.

 

 

When the BBC say "what's the truth....?", you just KNOW what will follow.

 

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On 7/23/2022 at 12:29 AM, Youknownothingbutyou said:

Its true but it only affect the skin. In french its called vasoconstriction peripherique. Its a defense mechanism of the body when faced with cold temperature. It leaves the main arteries and flow to the major organs completely unnaffected

I know it's not just cold showers, it's a bit more than that, but have you seen the techniques done by Wim Hof, the Iceman?

 

They have done an experiment in a hospital where they have proved that after just one year of doing his method, the immune system becomes so strong that when they inject his students with a "cocktail" of viruses and bacteria, after just 3 hours, the body eliminates them all completely.

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12 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

When the BBC say "what's the truth....?", you just KNOW what will follow.

 

yeah: LIES!

 

Its important that we always keep in mind that the BBC is part of the british establishment. It is not a private venture. It is part of the same civil service that runs this country regardless of which political party is voted in and puts its cabinet members in charge of the various departments of government and what this means is that the army of mandarins that are actually responsible for the day to day running of the apparatus of government in this country are:

 

a) woke

b) lying scumbags

c) pedos and pedo protectors

d) in a war against the british people

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Arrogance breeds ignorance: People who are overly confident in their own knowledge are more likely to have anti-scientific views, study finds

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People who disagree with a consensus on subjects like Covid and vaccines know less but they think they know more, says an expert at Portland State University in Oregon.

 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-11039435/People-overly-confident-knowledge-likely-anti-scientific-views.html

 

 

 

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