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1 minute ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Anti-vaxxers are now considered 'comestic terrorists' in the USA. They are part of a long list. No doubt anyone on this forum (77 snoops excepted) would qualify for membership.

Well, a serious proportion of the population are piss poor at applying makeup.  👍

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You wont believe this.   I just went down Lidls to get some steak.   Security guard calls me out as I walk past & I ignore him. Gets my steak walks to the credit only till

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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28 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:


This can go one of two ways can't it? 
1) Makes the ptb think carefully that people/humans aren't going to put up with this shit anymore and are going to be doing something about it .
2)  It's all part of the plan to make anti-vaxxers appear militant and upsetting the waters. To stir up some more hatred amongst ourselves (divide)

 

 

having grown up all my life around bomb alerts/threats, and still do, i'd say it's more number 2. it will have an already fearful public call for more government protection and police presence and further discredit the truth-seekers as terrorists.

 

these 'security'/intelligence bastards work in the shadows.

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3 minutes ago, Given To Fly said:

 

having grown up all my life around bomb alerts/threats, and still do, i'd say it's more number 2. it will have an fearful public call for more government protection and police presence and further discredit the truth-seekers as terrorists.

Yep - all that from you and Nemuri, agree  - and an excuse to 'protect amd militarise' pharmeceutical buildings.

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2 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Yep - all that from you and Nemuri, agree  - and an excuse to 'protect amd militarise' pharmeceutical buildings.

Totally agree with you guys, that's exactly what this looks like. Will have to keep an eye on how this develops in the coming weeks. Maybe the Dutch have the right idea, funny how it hasn't sparked any backlash here or Merica  (fuck yeah!), which i find quite surprising. 

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Depends. I am far more inactive than most people and sleep more. I do short bursts of hard, cardiovascular exercise to adjust the balance. This should improve circulation and possibly reduce risk of strokes as well as speed the metabolism. Years ago I did bodybuilding but over time realised it can harden the arteries or stress the kidneys ( so much protein). Not wanting to sound judgemental, most people I see in supermarkets overeat and are overweight. So much use of cars for short trips to a shop takes its toll. Combine junk food with a sedate lifestyle and health problems may well follow. Or at least mobility problems. To add also, given the events witnessed in Holland, we should consider becoming a more physically capable society. That is, self defence and martial arts. To defend yourself when personally threatened by those in power. Even standard Karate will improve fitness and mobility. Maybe even impress the broads.

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Yeah Morpheus,  I can't help but think the dutch are on to something -  although ( another member earlier in the thread today ) rightly mentioned that some of the dutch rioters were attacking small business premises?
I can't help but think - would genuine rioters really attack small businesses?  Or are certain small groups (not the genuine rioters) are employed by the deep state to do some dirty work under the guise of a genuine riot/a genuine expression of the anger of the people?(for want of a better expression)
As long as the rioters don't attack small business premises then they are doing something positive.
But, rather than just rioting for riotings sake - I can't help but think an organised and structured mass of well meaning people can physically drag out the politicians from their hideyholes.
Rogue governments in every single country, drag them out. Lock them in a room with a lie detector - and put them live on camera to answer the questions.

 

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3 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

rightly mentioned that some of the dutch rioters were attacking small business premises?
I can't help but think - would genuine rioters really attack small businesses?  Or is this the secret forces employed to do some dirty work under the guise of a genuine riot/a genuine expression of the anger of the people?

Yeah I'm not down with any of that. Any backlash should be peaceful and within the law. I suspect as you do that some miscreants are paid to stir up the shit and make this look completely different than what it was intended. Could be Soros' Antifa bell ends stirring the pot. 

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I tested positive for corona virus recently and had a text message off the nhs this morning

 

’uk blood services are collecting plasma from people who have had a positive test from covid-19. 28 days after recovery from covid-19 you might save lives by donating plasma. To see if you can help others with covid-19, please visit https://www.nhs.uk/coronavirus and click the take part in research section

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6 minutes ago, Liam3880 said:

I tested positive for corona virus recently and had a text message off the nhs this morning

 

’uk blood services are collecting plasma from people who have had a positive test from covid-19. 28 days after recovery from covid-19 you might save lives by donating plasma. To see if you can help others with covid-19, please visit https://www.nhs.uk/coronavirus and click the take part in research section

I don’t trust it. They only want them to experiment on to see what will kill them. Might be wrong but that is my view. We are in a world of experimentation without consent. They get nothing from me. This is what happens when distrust is sewn into the fabric of society. 

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20 hours ago, Sexpistol50 said:

Now the SNP are dictating what type of mask must be worn.

 

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/what-medical-grade-face-mask-23389301.amp

 

I was waiting for that. It was only a matter of time before they brought this in, mainly because people are starting to get smart and wear protest masks (e.g. infowars mask or something like that). They can't risk it.

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10 hours ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

Fines are being issued that will never be paid.  The purpose of it is for show.

 

Can they take further action if you don't pay? Has anyone tested it?

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

Oh you're aware of it? Good, you prick. I was starting to get upset that maybe you weren't aware of how much we hate you. You've just made my day.

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Just now, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

They won't. And they're not crazy or theories.

 

We shall see. Feels like censorship is silencing a lot of people, but I guess it depends if people put up with being silenced.

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14 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Can they take further action if you don't pay? Has anyone tested it?

 

Yes. Unpaid fines result in a summons. If the summons goes unanswered and you fail to appear, a bench warrant is issued. If people refuse to pay, the courts will be overwhelmed. There won't be enough beds to lock people up in lieu of payment.

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

We shall see. Feels like censorship is silencing a lot of people, but I guess it depends if people put up with being silenced.

My belief is that is temporary. There will be platforms developed outside the umbrella of big tech.

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1 minute ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

They won't. And they're not crazy or theories.

 

Hey Bill... Put your money where your mouth is. Hold a live, televised/live streamed debate for the whole planet, with the likes of Doctor Mike Yeadon and other experts who have exposed your bullshit. Come on Bill. If you're so confident, you will wipe the floor with them. If it's all just baseless conspiracy theory, then you should have full confidence in any live debate.

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2 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

Yes. Unpaid fines result in a summons. If the summons goes unanswered and you fail to appear, a bench warrant is issued. If people refuse to pay, the courts will be overwhelmed. There won't be enough beds to lock people up in lieu of payment.

 

But only if everyone does it. If only a few resist, they will easily be picked off.

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Just now, DarianF said:

 

But only if everyone does it. If only a few resist, they will easily be picked off.

That's the problem. Refusal needs to be coordinated and in overwhelming numbers. Without an effective means of communication, it will be hard to do.

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