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32 minutes ago, numnuts said:

As has consistently been said, from way back in March this year, this is the Remainiac virus. The 'primary' objective for unleashing this massive psyop now was to use it as an excuse to scupper Brexit. Yes, the PTB have also been pushing other agendas this year, under the cover of Coronavirus, but Brexit was the trigger. As with the financial crash of 2008, any national government can use the Coronavirus as an excuse to do what the hell they like, while blaming their actions on 'global problems' out of their control.


We were supposed to be concluding Brexit talks today, one way or the other, but now the narrative is that they are going to make a decision on whether to continue talks just before Christmas. Eh? Considering they originally told us that talks would really need to be concluded by the end of October, then this is quite remarkable. The notion that anything is going to be concluded in the last few days of the year, other than postponing, essentially cancelling, Brexit, is total bullshit. Hence the need for London and the surrounding areas to be put in a newly conceived Tier 4 lockdown, so as to protect everyone living there from the mutant Coronavirus. This simply translates as 'no meaningful protest will be tolerated'. I am also thinking that a major 'Event', such as a false flag terror attack bigger than 7/7, might occur before the end of the year.


In a few months time, some elements of the masonic mass media will begin to call out at least a few of the lies associated with this mutant virus. Then, some covidiots, this forum not excluded, will say how great it is that the mass media are finally telling the truth. LOL. I swear that it isn't all down to shills either. It is Orwellian doublethink in action, in terms of conceptualising the masonic mass media as being both good and bad at the same time, when they are truly evil all of the time. Even a mildly bent unmasonic mass media would have gotten round to ritually crucifying the likes of Whitty, Vallance and Ferguson by now.   


P.S. Boris's 'We aren't leaving the E.U. yet' speech is already well written.


As I recently said on another thread.


48 minutes ago, alexa said:


People will only 'get it', when they fully realise that BoJo the Clown decides jack shit. Add this unpopular 'Cancel Christmas' episode to the long list of excuses already prepared to explain away his upcoming prime ministerial resignation. 


31 minutes ago, alexa said:

I know sticking out the tongue is a masonic sign but I couldn't stop myself laughing at top left pic. 😂


I believe that this is symbolic of rimming rituals conducted down the local lodge.

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3 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

In Kent UK Tesco give out sunflower hidden disability badges and lanyards


i have never had any staff or strangers get cheeky to me in Tesco

although around may this year an old lady jumped back out of my way 

she even knocked over some items as she stumbled backwards

it was an unpleasant experience 


if you are having difficulties i recommend getting some sunflower gear it's the shit

i have lanyards badges keyrings wallets all manor of sunflower items 


and if the worst comes to the worst you can use the sunflower lanyard to strangle them with

in self defense of course :)  




Those lanyards remind me of this



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7 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

As usual sheeple care more about fakemass than all the millions of job losses, loss of liberties & fucked economy.

Almost like they deserve the NWO they beg for.

Sacrifice liberty for security you deserve neither.


and a huge proportion will refuse to adhere to the law now (even though that was their bedrock)  and will listen to Johnson/ Governments ad-hoc orders regardless



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29 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

As usual sheeple care more about fakemass than all the millions of job losses, loss of liberties & fucked economy.

Almost like they deserve the NWO they beg for.

Sacrifice liberty for security you deserve neither.


It's all getting a little tiresome now. I keeping thinking how bad it needs to get before people rise up. I think the limit is hunger and destitution, too many are comfortable right now. So, the current situation continues to easily manipulate these dead heads until shit gets really uncomfortable, we'll carry on this current trajectory. We'll see if this convergence has any effect, I'm thinking not. 😒

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2 hours ago, alexa said:

The daily mail has had some surprisingly good reporting. I can't read The Times anymore despite being an avid Times reader most of my life. I now read The Guardian (amongst more free press) and those lefties are surprisingly thick. They can't see anything other than Labour 'good' Tory 'bad ' and every decision they make is blinkered around that dynamic alone. It's scary how blind they are when they think they're the intellectual left. 

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6 hours ago, Beaujangles said:


In London UK?  Is Tesco in your face for no mask?


In SW Ontario Canada - the Staples, CIBC bank and Winners store gave me a hard time for no mask.  Staples was the worst.


However, Real Canadian Superstore has been amazing, no hassle, no questions and very respectful, same with DollarTree.


It really depends on which Tesco you go to. Before I boycotted them, I had been going to other Tesco supermarkets in my area and they have been really nice.


However, just recently I visited my local Tesco branch and the staff there have been rude and horrible like the Covid marshal who gave a hard time because I walked into Tesco because the traffic light was at green yet he had a long queue waiting outside (who I assumed were waiting to use the sanitiser) and he told me to get in the queue which finally made me decide to boycott them.

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14 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

Rumour that nurse who fainted passed away



Whilst my condolences go to this ladies family for this tragic event, we need more of this and when people are reacting to this vaccine in a negative way, it may just stir something inside us to stand up and say fuck this. However, some of these morons are so entrenched that proof of death will still not dissuade these idiots not to take it. 

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11 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Matt Hancock challenged over ‘mutant strain’

Dr Maria van Kerkhove, the technical lead of COVID-19 response and the head of emerging diseases and zoonosis unit at WHO, has also confirmed that the strain involved has been circulating for many months, though she referred to it as N501Y.


I call it B01L0CK5



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Everyone should only do what they’re comfortable with. So if you are uncomfortable to go into a shop without a mask wear it but in polite conversation do not bolster the lie. Let it known you are only wearing it as a passport to buy your milk   I read this essay a while ago which gives the same message.  


Live Not By Lies

Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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Solzhenitsyn penned this essay in 1974 and it circulated among Moscow's intellectuals at the time. It is dated Feb. 12, the same day that secret police broke into his apartment and arrested him. The next day he was exiled to West Germany. The essay is a call to moral courage and serves as light to all who value truth.

At one time we dared not even to whisper. Now we write and read samizdat, and sometimes when we gather in the smoking room at the Science Institute we complain frankly to one another: What kind of tricks are they playing on us, and where are they dragging us? Gratuitous boasting of cosmic achievements while there is poverty and destruction at home. Propping up remote, uncivilized regimes. Fanning up civil war. And we recklessly fostered Mao Tse-tung at our expense—and it will be we who are sent to war against him, and will have to go. Is there any way out? And they put on trial anybody they want and they put sane people in asylums—always they, and we are powerless.

Things have almost reached rock bottom. A universal spiritual death has already touched us all, and physical death will soon flare up and consume us both and our children—but as before we still smile in a cowardly way and mumble without tounges tied. But what can we do to stop it? We haven't the strength?

We have been so hopelessly dehumanized that for today's modest ration of food we are willing to abandon all our principles, our souls, and all the efforts of our predecessors and all opportunities for our descendants—but just don't disturb our fragile existence. We lack staunchness, pride and enthusiasm. We don't even fear universal nuclear death, and we don't fear a third world war. We have already taken refuge in the crevices. We just fear acts of civil courage.

We fear only to lag behind the herd and to take a step alone-and suddenly find ourselves without white bread, without heating gas and without a Moscow registration.

We have been indoctrinated in political courses, and in just the same way was fostered the idea to live comfortably, and all will be well for the rest of our lives. You can't escape your environment and social conditions. Everyday life defines consciousness. What does it have to do with us? We can't do anything about it?

But we can—everything. But we lie to ourselves for assurance. And it is not they who are to blame for everything—we ourselves, only we. One can object: But actually toy can think anything you like. Gags have been stuffed into our mouths. Nobody wants to listen to us and nobody asks us. How can we force them to listen? It is impossible to change their minds.

It would be natural to vote them out of office—but there are not elections in our country. In the West people know about strikes and protest demonstrations—but we are too oppressed, and it is a horrible prospect for us: How can one suddenly renounce a job and take to the streets? Yet the other fatal paths probed during the past century by our bitter Russian history are, nevertheless, not for us, and truly we don't need them.

Now that the axes have done their work, when everything which was sown has sprouted anew, we can see that the young and presumptuous people who thought they would make out country just and happy through terror, bloody rebellion and civil war were themselves misled. No thanks, fathers of education! Now we know that infamous methods breed infamous results. Let our hands be clean!

The circle—is it closed? And is there really no way out? And is there only one thing left for us to do, to wait without taking action? Maybe something will happen by itself? It will never happen as long as we daily acknowledge, extol, and strengthen—and do not sever ourselves from the most perceptible of its aspects: Lies.

When violence intrudes into peaceful life, its face glows with self-confidence, as if it were carrying a banner and shouting: “I am violence. Run away, make way for me—I will crush you.” But violence quickly grows old. And it has lost confidence in itself, and in order to maintain a respectable face it summons falsehood as its ally—since violence lays its ponderous paw not every day and not on every shoulder. It demands from us only obedience to lies and daily participation in lies—all loyalty lies in that.

And the simplest and most accessible key to our self-neglected liberation lies right here: Personal non-participation in lies. Though lies conceal everything, though lies embrace everything, but not with any help from me.

This opens a breach in the imaginary encirclement caused by our inaction. It is the easiest thing to do for us, but the most devastating for the lies. Because when people renounce lies it simply cuts short their existence. Like an infection, they can exist only in a living organism.

We do not exhort ourselves. We have not sufficiently matured to march into the squares and shout the truth our loud or to express aloud what we think. It's not necessary.

It's dangerous. But let us refuse to say that which we do not think.

This is our path, the easiest and most accessible one, which takes into account out inherent cowardice, already well rooted. And it is much easier—it's dangerous even to say this—than the sort of civil disobedience which Gandhi advocated.

Our path is to talk away fro the gangrenous boundary. If we did not paste together the dead bones and scales of ideology, if we did not sew together the rotting rags, we would be astonished how quickly the lies would be rendered helpless and subside.

That which should be naked would then really appear naked before the whole world.

So in our timidity, let each of us make a choice: Whether consciously, to remain a servant of falsehood—of course, it is not out of inclination, but to feed one's family, that one raises his children in the spirit of lies—or to shrug off the lies and become an honest man worthy of respect both by one's children and contemporaries.

And from that day onward he:

  • Will not henceforth write, sign, or print in any way a single phrase which in his opinion distorts the truth. 
  • Will utter such a phrase neither in private conversation not in the presence of many people, neither on his own behalf not at the prompting of someone else, either in the role of agitator, teacher, educator, not in a theatrical role. 
  • Will not depict, foster or broadcast a single idea which he can only see is false or a distortion of the truth whether it be in painting, sculpture, photography, technical science, or music.
  • Will not cite out of context, either orally or written, a single quotation so as to please someone, to feather his own nest, to achieve success in his work, if he does not share completely the idea which is quoted, or if it does not accurately reflect the matter at issue. 
  • Will not allow himself to be compelled to attend demonstrations or meetings if they are contrary to his desire or will, will neither take into hand not raise into the air a poster or slogan which he does not completely accept. 
  • Will not raise his hand to vote for a proposal with which he does not sincerely sympathize, will vote neither openly nor secretly for a person whom he considers unworthy or of doubtful abilities. 
  • Will not allow himself to be dragged to a meeting where there can be expected a forced or distorted discussion of a question. Will immediately talk out of a meeting, session, lecture, performance or film showing if he hears a speaker tell lies, or purvey ideological nonsense or shameless propaganda. 
  • Will not subscribe to or buy a newspaper or magazine in which information is distorted and primary facts are concealed. Of course we have not listed all of the possible and necessary deviations from falsehood. But a person who purifies himself will easily distinguish other instances with his purified outlook.

No, it will not be the same for everybody at first. Some, at first, will lose their jobs. For young people who want to live with truth, this will, in the beginning, complicate their young lives very much, because the required recitations are stuffed with lies, and it is necessary to make a choice.

But there are no loopholes for anybody who wants to be honest. On any given day any one of us will be confronted with at least one of the above-mentioned choices even in the most secure of the technical sciences. Either truth or falsehood: Toward spiritual independence or toward spiritual servitude.

And he who is not sufficiently courageous even to defend his soul—don't let him be proud of his “progressive” views, don't let him boast that he is an academician or a people's artist, a merited figure, or a general—let him say to himself: I am in the herd, and a coward. It's all the same to me as long as I'm fed and warm.

Even this path, which is the most modest of all paths of resistance, will not be easy for us. But it is much easier than self-immolation or a hunger strike: The flames will not envelope your body, your eyeballs, will not burst from the heat, and brown bread and clean water will always be available to your family.

A great people of Europe, the Czechoslovaks, whom we betrayed and deceived: Haven't they shown us how a vulnerable breast can stand up even against tanks if there is a worthy heart within it?

You say it will not be easy? But it will be easiest of all possible resources. It will not be an easy choice for a body, but it is the only one for a soul. Not, it is not an easy path. But there are already people, even dozens of them, who over the years have maintained all these points and live by the truth.

So you will not be the first to take this path, but will join those who have already taken it. This path will be easier and shorter for all of us if we take it by mutual efforts and in close rank. If there are thousands of us, they will not be able to do anything with us. If there are tens of thousands of us, then we would not even recognize our country.

If we are too frightened, then we should stop complaining that someone is suffocating us. We ourselves are doing it. Let us then bow down even more, let us wail, and out brothers the biologists will help to bring nearer the day when they are able to read our thoughts are worthless and hopeless.

And if we get cold feet, even taking this step, then we are worthless and hopeless, and the scorn of Pushkin should be directed to us:

Why should cattle have the gifts of freedom?
Their heritage from generation to generation is the belled yoke and the lash.

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wow some of the comments on the mail! This really is dividing people!



Wurzoil, Yeovil, United Kingdom, moments ago

The government are trying to save people's lives but The selfish covidiots couldn't give a toss for anybody apart from themselves. They really are the vilest of the vile. I hope the all cop for a dose, A GOOD ONE."

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A cv- has certain connotations and a cv+ has certain connotations. I don't know the ins and outs of having cv- connotations applied to you but its easy to get a cv+ but it will cost your cv0 status.


cv- seems like "I will obey hitler to save everyones life, especially my own"


cv+ seems like "I will just go through with this bullshit, even if there's a risk"


cv0 seems like "I'm not fucking playing with you, you're all crazy!"


Personally I prefer "I'm from the planet vulcan and you're primitive earth medicine is unsuitable for my metabolism" but the crazy people will think I'm mad so I'm staying hush. More popcorn!

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5 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Hancock talking about the announcement - actually seems like he is enjoying it.


Matt Hancock on the government's Christmas U-turn - YouTube


Just as much as we'll enjoy seeing him hauled up before a Nuremberg type tribunal when their house of cards come tumbling down. That little prick is going to be thrown under the bus when the truth comes out and he'll end up in an 8x9 cell being slobbered over by a randy, hairy musclebound lifer. 

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1 minute ago, AndyJ said:


Just as much as we'll enjoy seeing him hauled up before a Nuremberg type tribunal when their house of cards come tumbling down. That little prick is going to be thrown under the bus when the truth comes out and he'll end up in an 8x9 cell being slobbered over by a randy, hairy musclebound lifer. 

A pleasing thought, but I doubt it, he's more likely to be Knighted for services to the Empire.

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