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12 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Another reason why you will need to wear a mask.🥴

 

 

I believe after the "28 days later" top up, you will start to see some real disturbing shit happening.

As in auto Immune disease, blamed on the mutation & will be calls for a stronger vaccine..

Moderna are currently making a HIV mrna vaccine along side the covid one.

I dont believe Covid to be real & same with HIV, but I see a ton of stuff connecting bat flu & HIV from Wuhan & also people testing false positive for HIV.🧐

They have definitely released something in the past to cause AIDS 1 in America amongst gays & Heroin addicts & AIDS 2 in Africa more deadly. Definitely from a lab without question.
The same people THE WHO & Fauci up to his neck.

Ive always gone with the idea from my research HIV does not cause AIDS but could be wrong.

I recommend watching the Corbett future Vaccine doc I posted earlier.

 

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This is along the lines of what I’m thinking too. Apart from it being about depopulation which will occur for many and take about 10 years to come to fruition, they will find cures for hiv/cancers if they haven’t already but it will be for them not us. On top of that they’re looking for immortality. There is a drug that hasn’t been mentioned at all that is taken to stop any hiv transmission called prep I think it is now licensed in this country but gay communities were buying it from India online before it was. 

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Illmatic speaks truth. The old saying goes: You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time. You can't fool all of the people all of the time.
Today, as often, I went into a place unamed and nobody was wearing a mask. If I enter somewhere I will ask, "Do you prefer I put a mask on?" Often I get the reply, "It's OK mate."
Bottom line is they cannot police everyone. Not even with an army. Even assuming there is a genuine bacterial risk, germs are way too smart to be stopped by these crude measures. You see kids chatting in groups after school and no masks. Then they go home. Point is, for said policies to stand a chance we would all have to live in total isolation and we do not. There is no way to enforce such a policy. And more people are starting to get skeptical. As I said before this Covid phenomenon is now a huge, new global religion. It is currently still growing in force but also has nothing to offer except a highly negative agenda. Based on extreme hyperchondria and insecurity.

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There is a political risk for the Covid extremists too. With increasing numbers of skeptics, other parties could latch onto the dissident issue. Maybe this begins in Germany. Back in 1905 in Russia Marxism was the big new movement to oppose WW1. The equivalent today could be a freedom movement against Covid extremism. Marxism created many socialist parties as a jerk reaction to oppression. Hard to say what will happen but Germany may see a big political divide.

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5 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Illmatic speaks truth. The old saying goes: You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time. You can't fool all of the people all of the time.
Today, as often, I went into a place unamed and nobody was wearing a mask. If I enter somewhere I will ask, "Do you prefer I put a mask on?" Often I get the reply, "It's OK mate."
Bottom line is they cannot police everyone. Not even with an army. Even assuming there is a genuine bacterial risk, germs are way too smart to be stopped by these crude measures. You see kids chatting in groups after school and no masks. Then they go home. Point is, for said policies to stand a chance we would all have to live in total isolation and we do not. There is no way to enforce such a policy. And more people are starting to get skeptical. As I said before this Covid phenomenon is now a huge, new global religion. It is currently still growing in force but also has nothing to offer except a highly negative agenda. Based on extreme hyperchondria and insecurity.

These methods of isolating and making people vulnerable are classic things an extremist group would do. But being done by the government. I was worried about a rise in other kinds of extremism forming at the beginning but it has turned out to be the covid cult itself!

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13 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Illmatic speaks truth. The old saying goes: You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time. You can't fool all of the people all of the time.
Today, as often, I went into a place unamed and nobody was wearing a mask. If I enter somewhere I will ask, "Do you prefer I put a mask on?" Often I get the reply, "It's OK mate."
Bottom line is they cannot police everyone. Not even with an army. Even assuming there is a genuine bacterial risk, germs are way too smart to be stopped by these crude measures. You see kids chatting in groups after school and no masks. Then they go home. Point is, for said policies to stand a chance we would all have to live in total isolation and we do not. There is no way to enforce such a policy. And more people are starting to get skeptical. As I said before this Covid phenomenon is now a huge, new global religion. It is currently still growing in force but also has nothing to offer except a highly negative agenda. Based on extreme hyperchondria and insecurity.

 

Good points, well put. What happens to an individual when they succumb to their neuroses and can't face normal life any more? They stagnate and die, increasingly unhappy. The same thing will eventually happen to society, and even the tyrants controlling it. I think they know this death is coming, so they are looking to speed it up and make sure they are the authors of the inevitable regenisis, hence the "Great Reset".

 

However they are coming with a very simple plan and trying to force it on a very complex world, hence why I believe its bound to go quite differently to how they envision it.

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4 minutes ago, Athenry04 said:

 

And to think that after the Qantas announcement, Ryanair stated that you wouldn't need a vaccine to fly with them. They've been turned very quickly, the scum bags.

 

I'd take it with a pinch of salt, Ryanair have form for edgy adverts. My guess is they know its going to stir up a lot of controversy and therefore attention, and also know there's a lot of fools thinking they can get the vaccine and they'll be allowed resume life as normal.

 

They're bound to be massively struggling, so I would see them introducing mandatory vax initially. Its probably more likely to be the countries making it part of entry requirements than the airlines.

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18 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Marxism created many socialist parties as a jerk reaction to oppression. Hard to say what will happen but Germany may see a big political divide.

 

I'm pretty sure Marx would have liked all this testing the limits of capitalism with the Great Reset. I'm also pretty sure that he would love this new covid religion too seeing as he wanted to dethrone God and trample on God's creation.

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The Americans let the Japanese off for war crimes in exchange for their data they had collected from their experiments on the Chinese after the Second World War. There was some grotesque stuff in there like chopping body parts off and sewing them onto other areas. As we are now in a worldwide experiment, different countries need to have different controls so all the data can be looked at and measured.  

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23 minutes ago, Simonopolis said:

TIFFANY PONTES DOVER FAINTS IN 17 MINS, DEAD IN 10 HOURS [2020-12-24] (VIDEO)

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/as1rvnNFNaQQ/

 

 i don't think so, it would unravel too quickly.  pretty hard to substitute somebody without arousing suspicion.

 

if she'd have died they would have used she expired from a rare undiagnosed condition excuse which was about to make her keel over anyway.  most people would buy that.

 

 

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Just been watching a documentary on the fall of the Roman Empire. Much of it was put down to society division. Interesting too that in the later Roman world the gap between rich and poor was huge. People turned to cults and life expectancy was low. For ages, I couldn't help but notice how life in Britain has deteriorated. O.K I accept a lot of bad things happened from the 1960s to 1980s but, all in all, the working classes had free higher education and welfare protection. I think too the idea of preventing protests was taboo. Today I feel sorry for younger people. Jobs are scarce. Many jobs are wage slave set-ups. No labour rights. Work is idealised over all else and money the main virtue. I actually moved towards being a dissident 10 years ago. What swayed me was the sudden acceptance by society we can be ordered to take "any" job. I was stunned by that. I mean, your job is about choice and not to be "allocated" by some bureacrat. There was more though. Lies and propaganda over Iraq for example. By the time the Covid agenda came, my respect for the social status quo was already near zero. And now it's well below minus. Also to add I guess my respect for Europe has evaporated. I suppose I was taken in by their rosy aspirations of a constitution and social charter. You know, supposedly defending social values and freedom. And yet there are sporadic riots in Prague, Germany and Madrid. Dissidency, by the way, took off during the Brezhnev era in the USSR. The dissident is someone who rejects repressive societies and promotes liberty. They are feared and scorned by the State but tend to be from the intelligentsia. Scientists, artists and writers.

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9 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Just been watching a documentary on the fall of the Roman Empire. Much of it was put down to society division. Interesting too that in the later Roman world the gap between rich and poor was huge. People turned to cults and life expectancy was low. For ages, I couldn't help but notice how life in Britain has deteriorated. O.K I accept a lot of bad things happened from the 1960s to 1980s but, all in all, the working classes had free higher education and welfare protection. I think too the idea of preventing protests was taboo. Today I feel sorry for younger people. Jobs are scarce. Many jobs are wage slave set-ups. No labour rights. Work is idealised over all else and money the main virtue. I actually moved towards being a dissident 10 years ago. What swayed me was the sudden acceptance by society we can be ordered to take "any" job. I was stunned by that. I mean, your job is about choice and not to be "allocated" by some bureacrat. There was more though. Lies and propaganda over Iraq for example. By the time the Covid agenda came, my respect for the social status quo was already near zero. And now it's well below minus. Also to add I guess my respect for Europe has evaporated. I suppose I was taken in by their rosy aspirations of a constitution and social charter. You know, supposedly defending social values and freedom. And yet there are sporadic riots in Prague, Germany and Madrid. Dissidency, by the way, took off during the Brezhnev era in the USSR. The dissident is someone who rejects repressive societies and promotes liberty. They are feared and scorned by the State but tend to be from the intelligentsia. Scientists, artists and writers.

 

Vitor Jarra was shot dead in the middle of Santiago Stadium in one of Pinochet's biggest statements on what would happen to any dissidents brave enough to defy him. A similar story in Pol Pot's killing fields, but on a wider and more industrial scale.

 

I'm a writer and musician, always been for fun/self-development and never released anything but I think that might have to change. We need critical artistic and scientific voices now more than ever. It may be a short window before it's made illegal.

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12 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

I'm a writer and musician, always been for fun/self-development and never released anything but I think that might have to change. We need critical artistic and scientific voices now more than ever. It may be a short window before it's made illegal.

 

I say go for it. I used to spit bars myself too before I got into mixtape art. I still regret being lazy and not going to the studio to get something recorded professionally. In times like this a studio isn't even needed as it's the message that matters the most right now. A rough freestyle will do.


“At the intersection where your gifts, talents, and abilities meet a human need; therein you will discover your purpose.”
— Aristotle

 

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32 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Just been watching a documentary on the fall of the Roman Empire. Much of it was put down to society division. Interesting too that in the later Roman world the gap between rich and poor was huge. People turned to cults and life expectancy was low. For ages, I couldn't help but notice how life in Britain has deteriorated. O.K I accept a lot of bad things happened from the 1960s to 1980s but, all in all, the working classes had free higher education and welfare protection. I think too the idea of preventing protests was taboo. Today I feel sorry for younger people. Jobs are scarce. Many jobs are wage slave set-ups. No labour rights. Work is idealised over all else and money the main virtue. I actually moved towards being a dissident 10 years ago. What swayed me was the sudden acceptance by society we can be ordered to take "any" job. I was stunned by that. I mean, your job is about choice and not to be "allocated" by some bureacrat. There was more though. Lies and propaganda over Iraq for example. By the time the Covid agenda came, my respect for the social status quo was already near zero. And now it's well below minus. Also to add I guess my respect for Europe has evaporated. I suppose I was taken in by their rosy aspirations of a constitution and social charter. You know, supposedly defending social values and freedom. And yet there are sporadic riots in Prague, Germany and Madrid. Dissidency, by the way, took off during the Brezhnev era in the USSR. The dissident is someone who rejects repressive societies and promotes liberty. They are feared and scorned by the State but tend to be from the intelligentsia. Scientists, artists and writers.

 

 

this is fascinating.

what would the equivalent be in the internet age of the intelligentsia

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