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1 hour ago, BossCrow said:

A similar Scottish ad from a few months ago -

 

Don't kill Grandpa, with the probably non-existent Covid, kill Grandpa with a toxic cocktail of prescription drugs, or the flu vaccine.

 

Or even more likely, the upcoming Covid vaccine.

 

Old people of Britain wake up, the NWO wants you dead.

 

Think Harold Shipman, but with a huge budget and thousands of eager lackeys.

 

 

 

 

 

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Government Advisers Suggest Giving Corona-Free Brits ‘Permission’ Wristbands
https://summit.news/2020/11/11/government-advisers-suggest-giving-corona-free-brits-permission-wristbands

 

“Inject Me Now”: Concertgoers Demand Mandatory Vaccination So They’re Allowed to See Live Music Again
https://summit.news/2020/11/13/inject-me-now-concertgoers-demand-mandatory-vaccination-so-theyre-allowed-to-see-live-music-again/

 

Pop culture will be the death of us.

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59 minutes ago, IGBA said:

We're going to be alright guys. We're in what is an extremely transformative period for a lot of people. I think this is probably a necessary experience for them to go through in order to 'upgrade' their consciousness if you will. Of the many attributes we require to successfully navigate these times I think patience has an important and often undervalued place. It can take time but once the shift has occurred in an individual they don't tend to go backwards after that. Our numbers have been steadily growing for many years. There will absolutely be enough of us. 

 

A song for our times:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tbkOZTSvrHs

 

Fucking Glorious :)

 

Thanks for that, I hope so. I usually try and look at things in a more positive light, it's just been hard the last few days for some reason. Maybe the thought that things are accelerating, the year is in its final few weeks and I'm not seeing much to get encouraged about.

 

Even in the very worst case scenario there will be enough of us to band together and find ways to live off-grid. At the very least there's that.

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Nice idea, but there ain’t nowhere to live off grid in the U.K. Even if there was the authorities would remove you in no time. Trust me if I could take my family off somewhere and live a interference free life I would have done years ago. If you have any ideas how to achieve in U.K. I would love to know.

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1 minute ago, Bombadil said:

Nice idea, but there ain’t nowhere to live off grid in the U.K. Even if there was the authorities would remove you in no time. Trust me if I could take my family off somewhere and live a interference free life I would have done years ago. If you have any ideas how to achieve in U.K. I would love to know.

How about a gofundme island that we can buy? Create our own laws etc. Not sure if there's a big enough island to house the dissenters, but that would be cool. 

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5 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Nice idea, but there ain’t nowhere to live off grid in the U.K. Even if there was the authorities would remove you in no time. Trust me if I could take my family off somewhere and live a interference free life I would have done years ago. If you have any ideas how to achieve in U.K. I would love to know.

 

Yeah, might be difficult in the UK. I'm lucky in a sense that I'm single and don't have any kids, so if the only option is to go and hide out in outer Mongolia I can do it. I realise many people including a lot of my friends and family don't have that option. It's horrible.

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3 hours ago, Illmatic said:

I worry, I worry because family and friends think it's all fine because they can still have their takeaway coffees and go to the park and it will all just blow over after a while

 

 

 

dont fret, the seeds of knowledge have been sown . when people are ready, they will see the truth

 

 

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12 minutes ago, angelwitch-freeman said:

This has been so easy for them to drive NWO agenda with the Covid hoax it is almost unbelievable.  I think their biggest mistake comes soon because they are so drunk of power at the moment, winning all the time, they just cant stop.

 

The media is becoming more and more distant from reality and more and more people are realising that. 

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3 hours ago, Illmatic said:

 

Yeah anyone who's ever done a sales or marketing job I'm sure can confirm that scary numbers of people just want to be told how it is and told convincingly enough that they don't have to question if they're being played and its all a load of bullshit.

 

The world has always been like that I suspect. What's different now is the policy-makers haven't had so much open contempt for the public since the 40s. It's true that the globalists have always been there but there has always been pushback, always people causing them problems whether it was in the media or political sphere, so that the authority lovers you describe had more than one avenue of thought even if the possibilities were carefully controlled so as not to be too radical. It seems now though that any kind of checks and balances have been cast aside and we're all aboard and express train to glabalist communist la-la land.

 

I think the people are acting like they are controlled by a form of Stockholm syndrome

But I also think they're never loyal to any particular authority they're loyal to what they see as the strongest so when they see their masters losing power they will abandon ship they will flock to a new master

 

It's playground psychology imo

Bullies & victims hierarchy and peer pressure

 

the people side with whoever they think will be the winner

they have loyalty only to the principal of following the strongest authority 

Being part of a majority and following the group

 

They need to recognise themselves as a free thinking individual to realise they have the ability to form an opinion outside of the established majority group think

 

If they only perceive themselves as one of the cogs in an established mechanism I don't see how they will make the leap to learn to question all things

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Itsa said:

Australia and New Zealand seem to be the testing ground for how much they can get away with :classic_mellow:

What they are going to say over there is

No jab

No job

 

No jab = no job, no travel, no tax return, no school, no public transport, no shopping, etc.

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It seems the real trouble started in 1948 when they created the nhs.

It marked the official consolidation of government oversight into our personal lives, effectively institutionalising external control over our individual personal health.

 

I have nothing against real emergency services, setting bones, essential surgeries etc. That is a benefit to society.

 

But I find it entirely obectionable that our self ownership has over time been infringed to the extent that we now apparantly have to adhere to authoritarian guidelines (gov or otherwise) with regard to our own health and wellbeing and is extended to other aspects of our lives such as our ability to provide for ourselves.

 

This is and has always been about the issue of self ownership and self determination.

 

If a neighbour arrived at your door and told you that they would forcefully inject you with some unknown and possibly toxic substance you would tell them to sling their hook. Or if they determined that you could not travel or work, they have no authority to exert such compulsion.

Removing your ability to acquire what you need to live equates to theft and at worst murderous intent.

 

As is the case with the delusion that voting is a fair process or that we have ever participated in a true democracy.

 

No man can transfer rights that he does not posses to any other/s.

 

Yet here we stand at the edge of a precipice where greater violation of our innate right to life and all that it encompasses hangs in the balance.

 

Government, medical authoritarianism and global authoritarianism is anti-life from a moral stance and fields that position by default.

ergo - Authoritarianiism is illegitimate by default.

 

There are Millions in each country who want to live ordinary lives. 

All on the same side - many simply dont realise it yet. 

The alignment of minds is a slow process but it is inevitable in the face of oppression as it always has been.

The common enemy is easy to identify - they dictate.

 

Life has one objective.

To live.

 

 

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6 hours ago, pete675 said:

Inversion ...as in Orwell...he had the Ministry of Truth that dealt in lies, we have 'Health' that causes more disease and suffering.

 

Create a category called Covid, a disease that mostly affects politicians, celebs and sports stars.

 

Pretend  you've diverted all resources to this claimed new illness, as a consequence not treating heart disease, cancer, kidney disease and so on.

 

Watch as your 'pension burden' decreases, as requested by the policy makers at Davos or Bilderberg.

 

Brilliant and unscrupulous, the elites haven't lost their touch..9/11, ISIS and now this.

 

 

 

As far as I can tell, the Australian Government has the most advanced and dedicated Covid propaganda department. The amount of material and advertising they have pumped out is incredible. All taxpayer funded of course.

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4 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

I think the people are acting like they are controlled by a form of Stockholm syndrome

But I also think they're never loyal to any particular authority they're loyal to what they see as the strongest so when they see their masters losing power they will abandon ship they will flock to a new master

 

It's playground psychology imo

Bullies & victims hierarchy and peer pressure

 

the people side with whoever they think will be the winner

they have loyalty only to the principal of following the strongest authority 

Being part of a majority and following the group

 

They need to recognise themselves as a free thinking individual to realise they have the ability to form an opinion outside of the established majority group think

 

If they only perceive themselves as one of the cogs in an established mechanism I don't see how they will make the leap to learn to question all things

 

 

 

 

Yeah, I've had all the same thoughts as yourself. Leaders and real individuals are rare in society, most just want a nice comfortable existence and will side with whoever they think are most likely to give it to them, politicians in wider society or friends/partners in their personal lives. They see taking the first step and going into the unknown as a threat and are unwilling to leave their comfort zones in order to do so.

 

Unfortunately in the case of this "crisis" the government are being seen as the protectors who will sort everything out in the end, and via the media the young in particular have been conditioned to be unreasonably accepting. The youth "counter-cultures" of today are scared of their own reflections, so aren't much of a threat to the agendas and are in many cases on board with it. That isn't by accident in my opinion, it's a result of years of careful and deliberate media programming of the sections of society most likely to throw a spanner in the works.

 

It's also the reason if you start to even ask a few questions about the whole narrative to many people you can an uncomfortable or even angry reaction. What you're asking them to do is question things they really don't want to question and step way outside their personal comfort zones. Because assuming you're a nut is the past of least resistance that's most often where they'll go.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, zarkov said:

It seems the real trouble started in 1948 when they created the nhs.

 

Well maybe but the NHS is the National Radium Trust via another name.

 

So you could state that the real trouble started in 1929.

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Government Advisers Suggest Giving Corona-Free Brits ‘Permission’ Wristbands
https://summit.news/2020/11/11/government-advisers-suggest-giving-corona-free-brits-permission-wristbands

 

“Inject Me Now”: Concertgoers Demand Mandatory Vaccination So They’re Allowed to See Live Music Again
https://summit.news/2020/11/13/inject-me-now-concertgoers-demand-mandatory-vaccination-so-theyre-allowed-to-see-live-music-again/

 

Pop culture will be the death of us.

 

Looking into the blog posts of the BIT [ https://www.bi.team/our-work/blog/ ]. Definitely keep a close eye on these slippery characters in relation to their Covid blog posts.

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7 hours ago, Itsa said:

Australia and New Zealand seem to be the testing ground for how much they can get away with :classic_mellow:

What they are going to say over there is

No jab

No job

 

They will up the pressure and the threats very quickly now. Here is an example from a few months ago (this will only escalate):

 

Quote

 

"To anti-vaxxers, I have one message: our tolerance for your wilful ignorance is over. We cannot afford, morally or economically, to give any ground to those who choose not to be vaccinated against COVID-19... If you do not want to be vaccinated against COVID-19, you ought to bear the consequences of that decision. As a community, we should consider to what extent we allow organisations to prevent those who object to being vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter their premises, participate in their activities and, in some circumstances, seek their employment."

https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/new-covid-19-restrictions-will-be-needed-for-anti-vaxxers-20200616-p55330.html

 

 

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4 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:


I get a very strong sense of “pride” coming from many COVID enthusiasts 

I personally believe the dopamine pay off enthusiasts are receiving for their compliance and obedience is often overlooked

these types of people are unable to process information from sources outside their perceived authority bubble

 

& sadly we all know how that will end

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7 hours ago, pete675 said:

Inversion ...as in Orwell...he had the Ministry of Truth that dealt in lies, we have 'Health' that causes more disease and suffering.

 

Thinking back to that 'Decade Of Health' advert, which has recently been doing the rounds on TV and was linked to on this thread just recently, one other thing did come to my mind. Notice how the nanotech cancer cure was only due to come in right at the end of the decade, after we had already gone along with everything else. Like a great prize at the end of the rainbow, which, in reality, they will never release to the masses. Any cure I mean, whether that be nanotech or whatever, which they certainly already have.

 

4 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

imo you can’t reprogram slaves with information because by definition slaves are oblivious to information. slaves must be reprogrammed by installing a new authority and by removing all the hooks from the previous authority

 

Not, 'you can't'. You can, but it is difficult.

 

3 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

I am surprised that they haven't yet recruited 'The Farm' to continually perform 'All Together Now' live at their largest testing centre. Then again, to be fair, Peter Hooton would have none of it. I hope so, anyway. 

 

2 hours ago, Illmatic said:

Even in the very worst case scenario there will be enough of us to band together and find ways to live off-grid. At the very least there's that.

 

Wrong, eventually they would come for you too. You would be existing as an alternative concept to their mono-version of reality. Give it a few years and they will be forcing eskimos to install smart meters in their igloos.

 

1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

The media is becoming more and more distant from reality and more and more people are realising that. 

 

Ah, yes, the masonic mass media. Truth is the very last thing on their minds. When the Tower Of London Hotel is soon reopened, then we are going to need a dedicated, high security mass media wing I reckon. The very worst offenders should be forced to dungeon share with Piers Morgan, in the inverted penthouse suite.

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Local council where I am are now insisting that children without facemasks are marked down as not having correct uniform.

 

Also, staff are not allowed to bring in mince pies because of the deadly virus being spread by too many hands around the tin, but are encouraged to bring in tinned food for the local food banks.

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