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On 1/25/2021 at 10:19 PM, Brad the lad said:

 

Out of likes but your bang on there.

ta Brad, it doesnt seem like the best fit analysis of the situation when caught in the middle of the covid storm yet EM pollution and EM natural phenomena can be shown to damage the body and overtly it affects the respiratory system.

Also EM causes depression and suicidal thoughts

 

lockdowns are not causing suicidal thoughts and depression they slightly enhance the situation

 

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, zArk said:

ta Brad, it doesnt seem like the best fit analysis of the situation when caught in the middle of the covid storm yet EM pollution and EM natural phenomena can be shown to damage the body and overtly it affects the respiratory system.

Also EM causes depression and suicidal thoughts

 

lockdowns are not causing suicidal thoughts and depression they slightly enhance the situation

 

 

 

 

I am noticing people around me getting fed up, very anxious, upset etc, all for different reasons. For me I certainly am suffering but I’m not doing myself any favours. I used to live a very active lifestyle, playing football, rock climbing, yoga, weights etc and I loved it, it was a lot of hard work but I just loved the grind. Now as a result of lockdowns I’m doing very little exercise, lying in bed thinking, what’s the point of even getting up, lots of negative thoughts too. It would help if I did more exercise again, which I am now, I don’t know if it’s EM’s or lockdowns causing all this but I’m at the point where I’m actually considering just sailing off to an island. Obviously an insane idea but got to be better than the great reset. 

 

I guess some solutions for anyone reading might be daily exercise, being proactive, trying to spread information or growing food etc and listening to positive music, all about those vibrations/ frequencies 

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Post from a friend I found quite inspiring so sharing......

 

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There are times in the course of history when we are called to risk our individual life for a purpose or a cause greater than our individual self. Liberty is such a cause, and this is such a time. Personal security is a trap used by the power structure to enslave humanity not as human-kind but as human-kine.
Liberty requires the kind of commitment and determination powerfully expressed by Patrick Henry in 1775: “Give me Liberty, or give me death.” We must realize that today the choice is that stark.
This is the mental attitude of a warrior. The more people there are who have this mentality, the better. So, when you are called to action, you will be ready to take action with courage, valor, and intelligence."

 

 

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South Korea now seeks ways to live with low birth rate
https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/01/27/asia-pacific/social-issues-asia-pacific/south-korea-aging-society/

 

“The Covid-19 pandemic has intensified the negative shock from declining population by causing career breaks for women facing increased childcare burdens and disrupting the inflow of foreign workers,” the statement said.

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Hong Kong turns to 'ambush lockdowns' to fight COVID-19
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/covid-19-hong-kong-turns-to-ambush-lockdowns-14051300

 

'HONG KONG: Hong Kong has begun using "ambush lockdowns" to suddenly close off and test everyone inside neighbourhoods where COVID-19 cases have spiked, as a spate of recent outbreaks lays bare the rampant inequality in the wealthy Chinese finance hub.

 

Police cordoned off a row of densely packed tenement buildings in the Yau Ma Tei area overnight on Tuesday (Jan 26) through to Wednesday morning to conduct mandatory tests.'

 

The new tactic involves authorities giving no warning of an impending lockdown.

 

City leader Carrie Lam said such "ambush style" lockdowns were needed to ensure people did not flee before testers move in.

 

"I thank residents in the restricted area for their cooperation," she wrote on her Facebook page on Wednesday as the lockdown was lifted.

 

A similar two-day lockdown in a neighbourhood over the weekend was leaked to the media a day before police moved in.

 

Tuesday night's operation was small.

 

Some 330 tests were conducted in 20 buildings, with one COVID-19 case found.

 

But authorities say further ambush lockdowns may be necessary in the days ahead.'

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GMT and BBC breakfast tv are absolutely sickening this morning, properly milking the 100,000 milestone.  Both featuring backdrops of portraits of those that had unfortunately passed away within 28 or perhaps 60 days of a positive PCR test for a virus it’s not testing for . 
 

Indeed, GMT actually had those two ghouls standing there reading out the names of the dead to somber background music, like they were honouring the war dead. 
 

I noticed also that the BBC in particular made the effort to feature plenty of the younger faces into its backdrop of death, desperate to misrepresent the reality of course. 
 

Unreal, surreal, it’s propaganda on another level right now. 

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2 minutes ago, Sidlittle said:


GMT and BBC breakfast tv are absolutely sickening this morning, properly milking the 100,000 milestone.  Both featuring backdrops of portraits of those that had unfortunately passed away within 28 or perhaps 60 days of a positive PCR test for a virus it’s not testing for . 
 

Indeed, GMT actually had those two ghouls standing there reading out the names of the dead to somber background music, like they were honouring the war dead. 
 

I noticed also that the BBC in particular made the effort to feature plenty of the younger faces into its backdrop of death, desperate to misrepresent the reality of course. 
 

Unreal, surreal, it’s propaganda on another level right now. 

Indeed Sid, there is no depths to how low the bbc are sinking right now.  Aol_  are acting the same way (surprise surprise, here's a little exert from their news today about poor little kill gates, who just doesn't understand why everyone thinks he is a fucking cunt:
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There you go Bill - the above says it all - this is (partly) why everyone with any sense 'knows' you are a mental psychopath.

NO conspiracys here - just truth.

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2 hours ago, Seeker said:

I am noticing people around me getting fed up, very anxious, upset etc, all for different reasons. For me I certainly am suffering but I’m not doing myself any favours. I used to live a very active lifestyle, playing football, rock climbing, yoga, weights etc and I loved it, it was a lot of hard work but I just loved the grind. Now as a result of lockdowns I’m doing very little exercise, lying in bed thinking, what’s the point of even getting up, lots of negative thoughts too. It would help if I did more exercise again, which I am now, I don’t know if it’s EM’s or lockdowns causing all this but I’m at the point where I’m actually considering just sailing off to an island. Obviously an insane idea but got to be better than the great reset. 

 

I guess some solutions for anyone reading might be daily exercise, being proactive, trying to spread information or growing food etc and listening to positive music, all about those vibrations/ frequencies 

 

Here too.  It's not a good time.  My relatives, especially the teenagers, are really suffering.  And I don't mean acting like a snowflake, I mean becoming seriously and very sadly depressed.  I had a discussion with one of them the other day and it was the fear porn, the constant talk of death/dying which is everywhere, and the absolute monotony of each day with no expectation of a return to normality.  Teenagers feel things very keenly and often somewhat irrationally, but this past year has been harder on those who haven't had enough life experience to be able to balance it out in their minds.  This is not a good time.

 

I am encouraged by the scenes in the Netherlands, not by the looting and destruction, but by the mass of people taking to the streets.  I wish I was more optimistic about how it will end up, I don't think there will be a police crackdown (beyond what they are doing already), they don't have the manpower or the same brutal approach that the UK police force has, but I can see a slow dwindle in rioting and then there will be another surge of cases blamed on the riots.  I do wish they would resist destroying shops and businesses when they protest.  Lockdowns have already destroyed so many peoples businesses, they don't need further damage.

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19 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

SATANISTS.

 

I would guess that the real Satanists are both very powerful and deeply hidden. They act, but always remain in the shadows.

 

The publicly visible form of 'Satanism' doesn't seem too threatening: followers of LaVey, a handful of eccentrics deeply into cynicism and hedonism. But that's likely to be the mere tip of the iceberg.

 

The Satanic Rites of Dracula is a film with an interesting plotline - in modern London, the Count gathers together a group of the rich and powerful as he plans to unleash a deadly plague bacillus on the world.

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2 minutes ago, Sidlittle said:


GMT and BBC breakfast tv are absolutely sickening this morning, properly milking the 100,000 milestone.  Both featuring backdrops of portraits of those that had unfortunately passed away within 28 or perhaps 60 days of a positive PCR test for a virus it’s not testing for . 
 

Indeed, GMT actually had those two ghouls standing there reading out the names of the dead to somber background music, like they were honouring the war dead. 
 

I noticed also that the BBC in particular made the effort to feature plenty of the younger faces into its backdrop of death, desperate to misrepresent the reality of course. 
 

Unreal, surreal, it’s propaganda on another level right now. 

 

 

If there was a real deadly pandemic they would not be hitting people with all that doom and gloom negativity, but as they have nothing in their hands they have to constantly invent, manipulate and exaggerate.   All very crude from the BBC.  Thanks for the reconaissance report.

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3 hours ago, Seeker said:

I guess some solutions for anyone reading might be daily exercise, being proactive, trying to spread information or growing food etc and listening to positive music, all about those vibrations/ frequencies 

 

Mine is trying to spread information, never daily exercise as I'm a lazy git, even the thought of exercise gives me palpitations & a cold sweat😓:classic_biggrin:

I see these joggers daily and it makes me shudder. The nearest I get to any exercise is taking the cat for a walk🙀

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

 

If there was a real deadly pandemic they would not be hitting people with all that doom and gloom negativity, but as they have nothing in their hands they have to constantly invent, manipulate and exaggerate.   All very crude from the BBC.  Thanks for the reconaissance report.

 

It should also be noted that governments and their propaganda outfits invariably try to downplay and hide real crises and disasters.

 

For example, there's lots of stuff about WWII that has only been revealed recently. The BBC at the time concealed news about hundreds of deaths in air raid shelter stampedes, aircraft carriers being sunk, planes shot down, jittery Home Guards shooting civilians. The 40s BBC would say 'light damage has been done in an air raid on London' when the reality was massive holes in the ground and smoking ruins in all directions.

 

Why is Covid relentlessly over emphasized, when the normal behavior of media and government would be to conceal it?

 

 

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I thought Boris said there was 100k deaths. When realy there is 98k, so he is rounding deaths up to the closest 100k? Seems a bit ridiculous. Not to mention that they are inflated using the "within 28 days" non sense, which is very unscientific. I wonder what the true death figure is, I mean if we exclude all the old people that were about to die and all the people that died from the vaccine. Its probably less than 10k. That is how much they have worked to inflate this number. 

 

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1 hour ago, pete675 said:

I would guess that the real Satanists are both very powerful and deeply hidden. They act, but always remain in the shadows.

 

I totally agree pete, you only have to read about Satan/Lucifer, his biggest trick is to make us think that he doesn't exist.

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2 hours ago, Sidlittle said:


GMT and BBC breakfast tv are absolutely sickening this morning, properly milking the 100,000 milestone.  Both featuring backdrops of portraits of those that had unfortunately passed away within 28 or perhaps 60 days of a positive PCR test for a virus it’s not testing for . 
 

Indeed, GMT actually had those two ghouls standing there reading out the names of the dead to somber background music, like they were honouring the war dead. 
 

I noticed also that the BBC in particular made the effort to feature plenty of the younger faces into its backdrop of death, desperate to misrepresent the reality of course. 
 

Unreal, surreal, it’s propaganda on another level right now. 

IF they were honest and moral they would also display the deaths caused from lockdowns.

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1 hour ago, alexa said:

 

Mine is trying to spread information, never daily exercise as I'm a lazy git, even the thought of exercise gives me palpitations & a cold sweat😓:classic_biggrin:

I see these joggers daily and it makes me shudder. The nearest I get to any exercise is taking the cat for a walk🙀

 

I'm not convinced exercise does people any good anyway.  Exercise only became a separate concept due to the unhealthy sedentary lifestyle that most people lead and the rise of supermarkets.  Eating normally and moving around a lot should just be natural things that people do almost without thinking about it.

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On 1/18/2021 at 11:34 PM, oddsnsods said:

 

This might be it.

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I believe that document may be wrong in that it is giving the impression that breaches of the Equality Act are criminal offences.  There are some criminal offences in the Equality Act, but my understanding is that the main thrust of it is civil and statutory discrimination is a civil matter, thus not an 'offence' and not warranting 'fines'.

 

I have now found the document I was actually referring to and reproduce it below.  

 

I have also found a link to a fuller PDF version: https://www.frylaw.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/guidance_for_face_covering_exemptions.pdf

 

I do not believe this has force of law in and of itself.  It is just guidance.  I also note there is no date or authorisation on the document, so it is not clear if it is official.

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10 hours ago, zarkov said:

 

Would have been so much easier if people had resisted from the start. 

 

Governments/ALL Authoritarians need to be stripped of all powers and discarded as not fit for purpose.

Its clear that the globalists and the remainder of the worlds population cannot co-exist peacefully.

Authoritarianism has no place in society, is antithetical to society and serves only to ultimately enslave and destroy society.

When principles are based on individual life, then those principles will serve society and society will prosper.

 

What's so hard to understand?

 

Short term Roadmap!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Recognise subjugation

Resist Subjugation

Reverse Subjugation

 

This does not constitute advice

Always wear a helmet

 

 

An interesting analogy I have seen on social media relates to your point about how this should have been nipped in the bud before we became too deeply buried and trapped amidst the dangerous lies.

 

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A “mouse” was put at the top of a jar filled with grains. He was so happy to find so much food around him that now he didn’t feel the need to run around searching for food and he can happily live his life.

As he enjoyed the grains, in a few days’ time, he reached the bottom of the jar. Now he is trapped and he cannot get out of it. He now has to solely depend upon someone to put grains in the same jar for him to survive. He also may not get the grain of his choice and he cannot choose either.

Here are a few lessons to learn from this:

1) Short term pleasures can lead to long-term traps (living on benefits/furlough perhaps?).

2) If things are coming easy and you are getting comfortable, you are getting trapped into dependency.

3) When you are not using your skills, you will lose more than your skills. You lose your CHOICES and FREEDOM.

4) The right Action has to be taken at the right time, or else you will lose whatever you have.

5) Freedom does not come easy but can be lost very quickly.

NOTHING comes easily in life and if it comes easily, maybe it is not worth it.

 

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2 hours ago, Sidlittle said:


GMT and BBC breakfast tv are absolutely sickening this morning, properly milking the 100,000 milestone.  Both featuring backdrops of portraits of those that had unfortunately passed away within 28 or perhaps 60 days of a positive PCR test for a virus it’s not testing for . 
 

Indeed, GMT actually had those two ghouls standing there reading out the names of the dead to somber background music, like they were honouring the war dead. 
 

I noticed also that the BBC in particular made the effort to feature plenty of the younger faces into its backdrop of death, desperate to misrepresent the reality of course. 
 

Unreal, surreal, it’s propaganda on another level right now. 

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