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8 minutes ago, Odie Hatzcats said:

The fact that to donate organs the body MUST be alive seems either lost on them or is the reason why it was doesn't seem to be in force (although I may be incorrect on that)

 

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Interesting how the State of Georgia is always out front in matters of executions or mass cullings. Most notably with their famous guidestones. I have driven through Georgia many times and can't see the big deal. Probably has to do with history, who knows.

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Some food for thought:

 

Hungry wolves will circle a gated compound relentlessly drawn by the scent of the food contained within.

The occupants of this compound must remain vigilent that the gates remain closed lest these famished predators enter and devour the food and perhaps even the people inside.

Vigilence in this respect becomes a matter of life and death.

2020 has shown us that the beasts have invaded the compound and the occupants having placed all their faith in the illusion of locked gates have felt it unnecessary to provide additional security in the form of weapons.

Unarmed and surrounded by hungry wolves the occupants believe they can appease the intruders with rationalizations and peaceful demonstrations. The outcome of this situation is easy to predict.

The sad moral of this story is that the wolf never gives up trying and vigilence has to be regarded as more than a passing fashion. Vigilence must be proportional with the unrelenting determination of the threats.

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9 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

 

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Interesting how the State of Georgia is always out front in matters of executions or mass cullings. Most notably with their famous guidestones. I have driven through Georgia many times and can't see the big deal. Probably has to do with history, who knows.

 

I promise you that the body for organ donation (kidney or unimportant bits aside) has to be still alive when the 'harvesting' is done.

They call it brain death and the body is called a 'beating heart cadaver' but that in many cases is bullshit just to get the body parts.

This is off topic though, here is a thread for any reply

 

https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/5576-opted-out-of-organ-donation-uk/

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2 minutes ago, Odie Hatzcats said:

 

I promise you that the body for organ donation (kidney or unimportant bits aside) has to be still alive when the 'harvesting' is done.

They call it brain death but that in many cases is bullshit just to get the body parts.

This is off topic though, here is a thread for any reply

 

https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/5576-opted-out-of-organ-donation-uk/

Actually this topic is relevant to this thread as it applies to the sinister motives said to be behind the criminal misuse of ventilators during the casedemic. But you are correct, this is a very deep rabbit hole worthy of its own discussion focus.

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1 hour ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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Here is a link but I think it has been removed.

 

http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/Archives/19951996/leg/fulltext/hb1274.htm

 

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Link to that is unsupported.

 

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No idea what happened with the dots and this info is from around 2014.

Hi. Link above for Georgia legislation not working. Do you have an alternate source!

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16 hours ago, Shining-one said:

Apparently Boris did his degree in Latin. Not knocking that as such. I knew one or two very smart people who studied Latin. The snag is though it doesn't cover what you'd expect for leading a country. Except maybe comparing 280 A D. to western civilization in 2020.

 

When all you have to do is read a script, handed to you by your masters, then a Latin degree is enough.

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9 hours ago, The Illuminator said:

 

Repeating gossip? What are you doing? Care to share any evidence to back up your ramblings?

 

Flu has been eradicated because of the measures weve taken? And you have the audacity to talk about other people promoting gossip. You are so far out of your depth it's not funny.

 

 

Why does masks and stuff eradicate flu but not SARS cov2? Why has countries like japan China korea not seen any statisically significant difference in their deaths even though they been wearing masks for decades?

 

I am one of these health care professionals you referenced who has a Msc and Mpharm after their name.

 

"CDC estimates that influenza has resulted in between 9 million – 45 million illnesses, between 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually since 2010" [ https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/index.html ].

 

So where were all these lockdown freaks and mask pushing morons when all these flu deaths were happening? Never heard a whisper from them.

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The first time I was made aware of the deaths annually from the flu was several decades ago. Often I wondered why the media and press in general were mute on this statistic. As I observe them now using lesser numbers to generate fear and panic I am left wondering if the ansence of concern in the past was deliberate.

 

I imagine how the masses would have reacted to the covid death stats had they been annually informed of the deaths to be expected from flu annually all those decades past. Cant shake the feeling this has all been planned a very long time ago and the annual flu deaths were witheld from mainstream publication for this plan.

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"In some cases, wearing a mask might help protect you from the human influenza A and B viruses — the ones responsible for most seasonal outbreaks of flu (influenza). But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) generally suggests that only health care workers who are in close contact with people with influenza wear masks. The CDC doesn't recommend that people in public areas wear masks to protect themselves from influenza."

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/swine-flu/expert-answers/flu-mask/faq-20057878

 

 

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13 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

 

 

They cancelled 'TOTP', so they could get rid of all the 'stained' dressing rooms. They cancelled 'Tomorrow's World', so all of their sheeple slaves wouldn't throw themselves into nearby volcanoes. 

 

8 hours ago, Illmatic said:

The mask argument falls apart before you even get to efficacy. Why are they mandated but any old piece of cloth is OK? Why is nobody instructed how to actually use them rather than fumbling around with it and potentially using the same one for weeks on end? Why no biohazard bins for masks if they are potentially crawling with Covid? They're meant to demoralise you and shut you up, human muzzles.

 

The primary motive for the mask aspect of this psyop is simply to make it 'seem' real. As almost everyone on here has already said, if you didn't have a TV and were going about your business as usual, then would you have no idea anything was 'supposed' to be wrong. Having most of the sheeple wearing masks corrects this problem. I reckon it was a tough decision for the PTB to make, as they wouldn't normally approve of people wearing masks.  

 

4 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

I recall watching the towers collapse at 911. The year following this we posted the evidence that the event was a false flag ad nauseum. This was in the days of Libertyforum.  Views to these threads were very numerous and one could easily be forgiven for thinking the masses would rise up and bring the perps to justice. The years passed and that agenda plowed ahead as if no one had ever had a dissenting opinion on this matter. I remember thinking how royally screwed we would all be if they got away with that. Now, here we are experiencing the logical conclusions of our failure to act.

 

I 'began' to wake up in 2006, so that was before my time. However, I am sure that mass consciousness has shifted an awful lot since 2010. Whether that is 'enough' or not is another matter. Furthermore, if the PTB weren't concerned about it, then they wouldn't now be fighting tooth and nail to control social media or sending their cannon fodder on here for me to ritually discipline.

 

3 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

Actually this topic is relevant to this thread as it applies to the sinister motives said to be behind the criminal misuse of ventilators during the casedemic. But you are correct, this is a very deep rabbit hole worthy of its own discussion focus.

 

We did say, back in April, that some 'Covid cadavers' probably were going 'missing in action'.

 

1 hour ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

The first time I was made aware of the deaths annually from the flu was several decades ago. Often I wondered why the media and press in general were mute on this statistic. As I observe them now using lesser numbers to generate fear and panic I am left wondering if the ansence of concern in the past was deliberate.

 

I imagine how the masses would have reacted to the covid death stats had they been annually informed of the deaths to be expected from flu annually all those decades past. Cant shake the feeling this has all been planned a very long time ago and the annual flu deaths were witheld from mainstream publication for this plan.

 

The PTB liked the flu killing off loads of elderly and weak folks every winter, so never did anything meaningful to tackle it. Simple as that. In my opinion, you are overthinking here. 😀

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2 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

The first time I was made aware of the deaths annually from the flu was several decades ago. Often I wondered why the media and press in general were mute on this statistic. As I observe them now using lesser numbers to generate fear and panic I am left wondering if the ansence of concern in the past was deliberate.

 

I imagine how the masses would have reacted to the covid death stats had they been annually informed of the deaths to be expected from flu annually all those decades past. Cant shake the feeling this has all been planned a very long time ago and the annual flu deaths were witheld from mainstream publication for this plan.

 

Think you're giving them too much credit there. I reckon it's just that in the past death and disease especially among the elderly was rightly regarded as a normal part of life. Through the cult of Covid they managed to convince everyone that this is not the case and we must strive to beat death

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Boris doesn't strike me as a bad person as such. He's very typical of a slightly dizzy uni academic. He became quite ill and is now convinced Covid is a huge threat. I don't see him as part of a group of fascists. He just believes the spin. I was once impressed he defended a mugging victim in London and intervened to help. That at least shows a bit of bottle. Maybe the truth is Bozza would have been better off teaching Latin at a uni dep - he has taught kids at school. When thinking of the 15th century witch persecution, I gather there were many ways evil manifested itself through people. Some people were simple and fearful so reported witches due to their hysteria. Others were caught up in the bureaucratic system. A few others knew the witch cult was fiction but used it to gain promotion. This is why I view the Covid phenomenon as very dangerous. It could cause huge suffering to countless people. If, for example, radical opposition groups akin to the IRA appear, we could all be viewed as extremists. That is, a witch hunt. My view is things are likely to get very heated in the near future. There is so far no sign at all civil liberties will return to normal and social tensions will simmer in months to come.

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1Boris academically is obviously not a stupid person. But i think ultimately he is evil and cowardly.

 

He had the chance if he had the courage of his convictions to do a trump and call out the msm and talk "to the people" via social media when the majority voted and supported him clearly now wrongly. But he is too interested in not pissing off his loyal party supporters and keeping in the press good books lol. 

 

This is why they are clearly all controlled. Every primeminister i can think of left office with their name in tatters. So why would you then not set out a 20 year plan to tackle corruption and just try and do the right thing. Is this just power corrupting? Puppets. 

 

I don't think he has ever had a job or run a buisness? Outside journalismThen you look at his family i wouldn't usually but considering they are so eager to whore themselves out its clear who his ilk is. His dad has always been an arsehole in the public eye and then you look at his books on population and whatnot. But he is potrayed as friendly stanley. 

 

Boris was like a clarkson figure. A bit naughty and had a sense of humour and liked to push the boundaries. He took the piss out of burqkas which i think is completely acceptable to take the piss out of any religion personally in a civilised country. But even politically he was always weak. 

 

I heard a commentator who is seemingly awake cant remember his name said that boris likes projects and has jumped on this green new deal. I find it hard to believe that he doesn't know the background and the inner engineering of this great reset build back better nonsense. 

 

James delingpole has impressed me more than anyone else who is semi mainstream. He is seen as a joke among his peers now. Despite his thoughts on isreal which i believe he is naive of rather than a zionist i think he is worth a topic. I dont detect any shilliness from him only integrity but i am probably going to be dissapointed down the line. At least he discusses with people he disagrees with and does not try to constantly score points. 

 

I see a man that feels like i do. In desperate pain over what is happening. Sorry for the spelling im slightly drunk. 

 

Merry christmas allnight 

 

 

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And i know a lot of people dont like trump but you know what i meant about telling the media to donone so dont start.

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Boris was pretty much subjected to mockery due to being wound up by a Russian comic. This guy impersonated an ambassador to Armenia. Boris was likewise easily baited to demonise Russia in the phone chat. The fake ambassador asked if it was safe to drink tea with Putin, or could it be poison?
Interesting that hysteria and paranoia has been centred upon Russia prior to the Covid hysteria. We hear tales of election manipulation, poisonings, hacking and, of course, oppression of gay people. I have lived and studied in Russia. Democracy there has fallen behind the more open Gorbachev era. Despite that I remain baffled as to how Russia could have somehow swung a whole US population to vote for Trump. Just not possible. It shows how paranoid and hysterical society was even prior to Covid. Also, given my background in Russian as a field of study, I've been accused of being a sort of "plant". Last time I was over there was in 2008 teaching English. Wouldn't go back now as there's too much tension. To my mind democracy is much needed in Russia but we need democracy in other countries too. Vibrant elections and politicians being accountable to the voters. Constitutional citizen rights. In fact I'm baffled as to how come the E.U. Social Charter was never used to squash Covid civil rights violations. I thought Europeans were supposed to have freedom of thought and movement as well as protest. What was the point of the Charter if it's lame?

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