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They are pathological liars using very old propaganda techniques.

 

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The assumption here is that these tickets would be hell to defeat. Not because the evidence they are simple tools of extortion does not exist but because the laborious administration of justice combined with the expenses and time required are enough for most to just pay up and shut up. Meaning the state is using the sluggish and corrupt administration of justice process as a weapon to obtain compliance.

 

There is some evidence that tickets have been issued but nothing near the inflated numbers they use. If the number of tickets had been 200 they would have said 400. They use the PCR to report the number tickets issued.

 

Personally I find it offensive to fine people you just finished robbing of their livelihoods and means of subsistance.

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Fuck the fuck off.

Bit weird saying this. But, Merry Christmas to my friends/family on here, even though I know none of you personally. Good riddance to the sheeples. Here we stand together. So Merry Xmas & A Happy

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43 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

They are pathological liars using very old propaganda techniques.

 

 

The assumption here is that these tickets would be hell to defeat. Not because the evidence they are simple tools of extortion does not exist but because the laborious administration of justice combined with the expenses and time required are enough for most to just pay up and shut up. Meaning the state is using the sluggish and corrupt administration of justice process as a weapon to obtain compliance.

 

There is some evidence that tickets have been issued but nothing near the inflated numbers they use. If the number of tickets had been 200 they would have said 400. They use the PCR to report the number tickets issued.

 

Personally I find it offensive to fine people you just finished robbing of their livelihoods and means of subsistance.

 

Bill Thornton advises that anyone who gets a fine pays it immediately and then make a claim against the organisation that fined you for trespass based in your court of record that proceeds according to the common law.

he does not recommend arguing the toss with the police officer in public or ignoring it or defending the fine.

In a common law country a fine without court order is unlawful. the officer is exceeding his jurisdiction (unless you have signed a contract prior to it of course)

 

i dont recommend getting arrested, there is no advantage long term or short term in this. its not going to be fun or glamorous 

 

his attitude is simple

"get home, do not get arrested if possible, do not engage the officer in arguments. once home safely and able to continue earning money to pay your bills feed your family etc .... begin the process of suing the entity for trespass"

 

N.B if you are unable to afford a fine of £200 then the government has priced you out. You are financially unable to continue in public as you wish, you will be financially constrained but you could proceed to construct a claim against the government however it requires skill and knowledge of the system

 

1215.org he has 3 lectures on there

here is sovereignty lecture http://www.1215.org/lawnotes/lawnotes/lectures/sovereignty/index.html

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2 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

I think you are right about local independent shops getting more custom from now on.   Sainsbury's has now joined Morrisons with COVID rules questioning and enforcement.

 

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ainsbury’s has joined Morrisons in enforcing the wearing of masks in its stores despite police officers expressing concerns over how breaking the rule will be challenged.

The supermarket giant confirmed it will post trained security guards at shop entrances to “challenge” any customers not wearing a mask or shopping in groups.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/sainsbury-s-and-morrisons-mask-ban-supermarkets-b837123.html

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

I just realized I had never heard her speak. I don't watch mainstream TV.

Is that a British accent? 

I'd never heard of her before until I saw some Canadian news online. Yeah, British with an Asian twang. Born in Hong Kong, raised in the UK.

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3 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

No suprise we need photoid to buy ammunition of any caliber. Big drives to disarm us too. 

Back in 1989 my father used to give me an ammo list and I’d buy it at Kmart, I shit you not. He’d send me as I was 18 and had a licence, plus I was doing other shopping and he hated Kmart. This is Melbourne Australia btw.... and pre Port Arthur. I should qualify that it was kept in locked cabinets and you did have to show your licence to buy it, but Kmart!!!! I tell my kids that and they look at me like I just grew horns.

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Oh hell, here we go. Clutching at straws now

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If you decide to share, consider describing your long-term symptoms, too ― not just those you had at the height of your illness. This can be especially validating for long-term COVID-19 survivors, whose symptoms are generally less discussed in media coverage, as well as useful for researchers and doctors, who are still trying to figure the virus out.

It’s hard to put yourself out there, White acknowledged, but entirely worth it. “I think that people took COVID seriously after reading my post,” he said. “It feels really good to know that you were able to help so many.”

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4 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Oh hell, here we go. Clutching at straws now

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If you decide to share, consider describing your long-term symptoms, too ― not just those you had at the height of your illness. This can be especially validating for long-term COVID-19 survivors, whose symptoms are generally less discussed in media coverage, as well as useful for researchers and doctors, who are still trying to figure the virus out.

It’s hard to put yourself out there, White acknowledged, but entirely worth it. “I think that people took COVID seriously after reading my post,” he said. “It feels really good to know that you were able to help so many.”

Millennials wont need any encouragement to do that, they already post about bloody everything from what they’re wearing to what they’re eating! 

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2 hours ago, Bullion said:

Millennials wont need any encouragement to do that, they already post about bloody everything from what they’re wearing to what they’re eating! 

But people can instantly connect with these anecdotes. They raise awareness of the infection and its potential impacts. They’re particularly important for young adults who use social media as one of their sole sources of information and who have been somewhat reckless due to underestimating the risk of the virus.”

 

Always target the young. The reckless youth who get their worldview brainwashing from anecdotes gleamed from social media.

 

 

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3 hours ago, skitzorat said:

My friend just posted this to me without comment. Can someone help me rephrase the caption with a response thats far more witty for me to reply?

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Do you think she did it to get a reaction out of you?  If so. Don’t respond.  Or respond with a nice message saying what a great day your having doing something you enjoy and hope she’s ok.  

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On 12/19/2020 at 5:00 PM, Free_your_mind said:

Everyone is seriously pissed off with these restrictions and now Christmas has been cancelled in some areas. My take, which is very different to others in here, is that the vaccine should not be public enemy no. 1. The vaccine is the one thing that is going to put a stop to this in the near future. I know about problem reaction solution. Don't think it applies here. The theories about what the plan is for this vaccine just don't hold up to scrutiny. The trials were done and now around 350,000 people have had take it. When do you expect the adverse reactions to start? (by adverse reactions I mean anything above the statistically norm). After 1 million? 5 million? There will be no significant adverse reactions. 

 

Next couple of months will be tough. And we need to look after our mental health. Obsessing over evil vaccines isn't going to help you and you will see in 3-4 months, the anxiety was not warranted. Get outside, take up a hobby, call a friend. Stay safe.

You may think your mind is freed but it's not.

 

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13 minutes ago, EX SHEEP said:

You may think your mind is freed but it's not.

 

We do need need to look after our mental health though. The last points are good about getting outside, speaking with friends. The vaccine roll out is here and we’ve done all we could to warn people. It is time to start taking better care of ourselves and the more we get out the more others will see it’s normal outside.  

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1 hour ago, Bullion said:

Back in 1989 my father used to give me an ammo list and I’d buy it at Kmart, I shit you not. He’d send me as I was 18 and had a licence, plus I was doing other shopping and he hated Kmart. This is Melbourne Australia btw.... and pre Port Arthur. I should qualify that it was kept in locked cabinets and you did have to show your licence to buy it, but Kmart!!!! I tell my kids that and they look at me like I just grew horns.

Sometime in the early 90s mainstream television was interviewing a retired CSIS (canadian intelligence) agent. The agent made a comment that stayed with me. He said that authorities better ramp up national security measures for the plans they have in mind. He would not say details but he sounded like it was going to be big. The covid maskerade is that big considering the immense security concerns it has generated.

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Hi 

 

I saw a medical doctor claiming as the "vaccine" doesn't stop infection spreading but only reduces the symptoms by the medical definition this is not a vaccine but a medical treatment.

 

Does anyone know if this is a true thing on both counts?

 

Is it not a vaccine?

 

Does it stop infection spreading?

 

buddsy

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2 hours ago, zArk said:

 

Bill Thornton advises that anyone who gets a fine pays it immediately and then make a claim against the organisation that fined you for trespass based in your court of record that proceeds according to the common law.

he does not recommend arguing the toss with the police officer in public or ignoring it or defending the fine.

In a common law country a fine without court order is unlawful. the officer is exceeding his jurisdiction (unless you have signed a contract prior to it of course)

Sound advice. The judge is the legal expert and the cop is an enforcer. A robot. Cops know that even if you can beat the rap easily he will have caused you a trip through the halls of justice and will exercise this type of discretion in accordance with his personal bias.

 

Ticketing someone you know has not broken any law because you want to inflict the system on them is a weaponized fine.

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13 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Interesting piece by Tucker on the state of Florida. They have very few restrictions and the state is booming (well relative to all the other east coast states).

 

Ron DeSantis responds to viral clip of him being 'attacked' by CNN reporter - YouTube

More evidence that the cure for covid is money and connections.

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2 hours ago, alexa said:

 

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Don’t know why but read some comments on bbc about this. Judging by opinion Morrison’s is about to become much busier.

As you all know. On the bbc only certain articles are allowed to be commented on. This way they get support for their agenda from their hopelessly biased readers.

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Here we go... In other news...

 

Construction workers “allowed” to go to work,  “as long as they get tested”...

 

https://www.pbctoday.co.uk/news/health-safety-news/construction-covid-testing/87158/

 

Driving the narrative to bump up “case numbers” by testing “asymptomatic” people to prove Cretin Hancock’s logic that if there’s nothing wrong with you, then need to go for a test that doesn’t test for a virus which has never been proven to exist to prove that you don’t have it...

 

The only thing that is wrong here is people choosing to comply with this absolute nonsense.

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