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I shall be staying home today with my psychosomatic illness, wrapped in a blanket, with a hot-water bottle and drinking Lemsip, (with whiskey) intermittently pretending to cough, in compliance with government guidelines. Occasionally throwing off my covers, to simulate a fever.

 

NOT!

 

It has been announced that fishing is allowed, so I shall go about my daily business, carrying a fishing-rod and since they are promising a “crackdown” I will even bring along some bait, so that if I am confronted by zealous police, I will have a jar of maggots to throw in their face.

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29 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Depends what is more important to the elites at this point, profit or power, but I also understand that there is a correlation between them. We're seeing a massive wealth transfer to the elites, most people are going to be ruined.

 

We have to oust these people who deceive populations and practice crony capitalism, and now it appears communism also with their laws restricting everyones God given right to freedom in the name of a mild virus

 

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How the people do this is another matter and to replaced by what?

 

Honest politicians, bankers, media, pharmaceuticals and corporations working not only for themselves, but for the people they pretend to serve seems like a pipe dream.

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2 hours ago, Sanityisgone said:

What worries me though is that they just dumb everyone down and completely remove their carbon footprint, stop them from travelling and even leaving their home, not only that but at the moment we are seeing the powers MAKE the PEOPLE WANT IT.

 

Next it wouldn’t be so difficult to poison the water supply or as we are seeing military in the street for mass vaccination... if they can make people accept putting the military on the street and make people WANT to be vaccinated, they can do anything they want, no matter how many of us stand up.

 

For as long as they can pay some idiot 24k a year there will be some plonker lining up to do whatever their masters say. That’s the problem with people on planet earth, people are conformists and would happily kick a man down for a tenner if they were told it was ok to do it. 
 

I for one do not care. There are things I would not wish upon or do to my worst enemy (ok I can think of a few, but only we know the ones here) my point being I’d rather vacate this planet than strap a friggin TV on my head and walk around regurgitating everything the BBC says

it will be easier to reduce the population with no war ant killing people. You just can't get pregnant anymore only a few can make the babies in a labor. It will go fast when there is no birth 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Depends what is more important to the elites at this point, profit or power, but I also understand that there is a correlation between them. We're seeing a massive wealth transfer to the elites, most people are going to be ruined.

 

Anyone can solve hunger if they just get rid of people and that's what concerns me. It's like saying I solved homelessness when I'm really sending homeless people to the gulag.

 

 

 

I really enjoy Sergei's videos. Thanks for putting this one up. Last one from him that I saw was the internal passport.

 

As I travel into the world Sergei describes to us I try to imagine the same scenario with internet and smartphones and our modern amenities. Also the Soviet Union was rocked by wars and civil unrest for a long time leading up to that totalitarian form of government. Something we have not experienced in the part of the world I grew up in.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Rolandson said:

it will be easier to reduce the population with no war ant killing people. You just can't get pregnant anymore only a few can make the babies in a labor. It will go fast when there is no birth 

Would people cooperate with voluntary birth control if they were told that the present rates of proliferation are unsustainable. Why, instead of encouraging births with financial incentives they instead gave financial incentives to couples without kids? I mean if population control is really what the rulers believe is the root of sustainability.

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14 hours ago, Velma said:

A major new public awareness campaign has been launched, urging people to behave like they are infected with coronavirus.

 

The campaign - made up of TV and radio adverts as well as a social media blitz - tells people to stay at home and "act like you've got it".

 

 

 

This is reprehensible fear porn and psychological terror.  But no one in the MSM will broach it.  Where are the edgy comedians?  This is comedy gold.  A year or two ago, it would be mocked beyond belief!

 

 

8 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

The Georgia Guidestones suggest a population reduction that makes World War 2 and World War 1 and every other bloody conflict since and before appear trivial. 

 

 

The Georgia Guidestones are intriguing.

 

2 hours ago, Sanityisgone said:

What worries me though is that they just dumb everyone down and completely remove their carbon footprint, stop them from travelling and even leaving their home, not only that but at the moment we are seeing the powers MAKE the PEOPLE WANT IT.

 

 

Except for ol' Bill and his mates.  Mr Climate Change is bidding on the world’s largest private jet operator

 

Bill Gates joins Blackstone in bid to buy British private jet firm

Gates’ Cascade Investment fund teams up with US private equity firm on offer for Signature Aviation

Bill Gates joins Blackstone in bid to buy British private jet firm | Bill Gates | The Guardian

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I posted some days ago about how the media have resorted to using superlatives and CAPITALS in their headlines to try and accentuate the danger we are all, etc. etc. as no one seems to be having to wade through dead bodies on the streets.

 

Today the Telegraph actually quoted someone calling this 'a pandemic within a pandemic' and also quoted Whitty in the same paragraph saying if you leave your home, "people will die".

 

For fucks sake.  Boris said that 'covid deniers' should grow up.  Well....have a look closer to home, mate.

Also - two important points - 1) The Telegraph is the mouthpiece for Government leaks, so expect this to happen next week.  And 2) Prof. Susan Michie is a member of the Communist Party and a clinical psychologist.

 

Sage advisers are calling for a lockdown tougher than the one seen in March, as ministers consider a "tougher crackdown".

Professor Susan Michie, a health psychology professor at University College London who sits on a Sage subcommittee,  said more stringent action was needed and conditions should "definitely be tightened".

 

Dr Adam Kucharski, an epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the newer, more transmissible variant should be treated as a "pandemic within a pandemic".

It comes as ministers consider a "tough crackdown" to pressure more Britons to stay at home after the daily coronavirus death toll hit a record high. A new hard-hitting Government advertising campaign, unveiled last night and fronted by Professor Chris Whitty, warns the public that if they leave their homes "people will die".

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2 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

Add in all the teachers, nurses, etc made to test every day..

In the care home I work staff are doing both the LFT and PCR 3 times a week! Myself excluded. 

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7 minutes ago, Noctua said:

I posted some days ago about how the media have resorted to using superlatives and CAPITALS in their headlines to try and accentuate the danger we are all, etc. etc. as no one seems to be having to wade through dead bodies on the streets.

 

Today the Telegraph actually quoted someone calling this 'a pandemic within a pandemic' and also quoted Whitty in the same paragraph saying if you leave your home, "people will die".

 

For fucks sake.  Boris said that 'covid deniers' should grow up.  Well....have a look closer to home, mate.

Also - two important points - 1) The Telegraph is the mouthpiece for Government leaks, so expect this to happen next week.  And 2) Prof. Susan Michie is a member of the Communist Party and a clinical psychologist.

 

Sage advisers are calling for a lockdown tougher than the one seen in March, as ministers consider a "tougher crackdown".

Professor Susan Michie, a health psychology professor at University College London who sits on a Sage subcommittee,  said more stringent action was needed and conditions should "definitely be tightened".

 

Dr Adam Kucharski, an epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the newer, more transmissible variant should be treated as a "pandemic within a pandemic".

It comes as ministers consider a "tough crackdown" to pressure more Britons to stay at home after the daily coronavirus death toll hit a record high. A new hard-hitting Government advertising campaign, unveiled last night and fronted by Professor Chris Whitty, warns the public that if they leave their homes "people will die".

 

Yes, for example, the MSM like using the superlative SURGE either for COVID infections, cases, deaths.

 

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They are always tinkering with the lockdown tiers and rules, every 2 to 3 weeks, to keep people in constant flux. In my opinion, the next step of lockdown tightening will be something like a 10pm to 5am curfew.  It could be something else other than a general curfew to further strip away freedom, and I would be very interested to hear what others here think what will be next.

 

 

 

 

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Data Data Data!  Israel president struck deal with Pfizer in exchange for data on its citizens. It took 17 phone calls to get the magic potion that is going to make everything go back to normal!  

 

 

“All the information we’ll give to Pfizer is information that we make available to the public,” Sharon Alroy-Preis, the Health Ministry’s acting head of public health, told Channel 12 news. 

 

So why take 17 phone calls then if the info was public anyway?  https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.timesofisrael.com/health-official-says-pfizer-vaccine-deal-only-includes-publicly-available-data/amp/

 

Meanwhile DM report it as greedy Israel taking the lions share. 
 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9128233/Israel-paid-jump-vaccine-queue.html#article-9128233


Either the footage of them in their droves getting the vaccine is real and they’ve had the cruel belief they are the chosen ones so trust implicitly.  Or it’s fake to make others think it’s safe and to get them want some. 
 

 

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All that furlough money, grants, spending on mass testing, less tax due to job losses and 

Socially distanced hospital beds

Isolating staff through testing

Isolating staff after jabs in arms

Nightingale reduced to 300

 

Surely at a fraction of the cost the gov could have increased nhs capacity for the 2nd wave

 

Me thinks ...agenda

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2 hours ago, Noctua said:

The Georgia Guidestones are intriguing.

Indeed. In light of the return of resistant tuberculosis and syphillis combined with an evolving threat of biowarfare I imagine those population ideals might need a serious revision. At 500 million population I might imagine a potential for extinction constituting a major concern. Malaria is opportunistic and can be a real pain on its own. Does a huge population offer a form of insurance against extinction?

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41 minutes ago, zArk said:

All that furlough money, grants, spending on mass testing, less tax due to job losses and 

Socially distanced hospital beds

Isolating staff through testing

Isolating staff after jabs in arms

Nightingale reduced to 300

 

Surely at a fraction of the cost the gov could have increased nhs capacity for the 2nd wave

 

Me thinks ...agenda

 

Remember for future, less old people and less pensions. 

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2 hours ago, Noctua said:

Jesus!  The police are really going for it!

 

They sure are, people being questioned by the public order police to what they are doing, harassed and told to move on, including local reisdents. Nice to see a protest outside Central London/Zone 1 though. David Icke said quite rightly, in a recent video, we are now staring in the face of fascism, not sometime in the future, but today!

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