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5 minutes ago, zArk said:

 

24 hrs but if you really piss em off they might hold you for 4 days on a nonsense suspected of a serious crime or if a complete knob rash is running around the station for 14days if they claim you are a suspected terrorist

 

"do you understand?" its the always asked and easy instinct response is "yes i understand" ... DOH!!!

 

"i object"

"who has a claim against me?"

"i require the verified criminal complaint  against me"

 

if you stand on common law you will not be obliged to provide any information at all, nothing.

if you chatter, you put yourself in shit.

 

"you have the right to remain silent. anything you say could be used as evidence against you" ----  "i object" (the dibble is giving you 1 right. thats it. 1. ONE. you have unlimited rights)

everything the dibble is trained to say is to 'get you in their jurisdiction'

 

 

Depending what piece of defunct legislation they want to hold you for, I thought it was potentially 72 hrs and after that they have to charge you with something or release you. 

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Sonia Sotomayor denies bid from NY parents for kids’ vaccine exemptions

A group of New York parents have lost their bid to get their children exempt from school vaccination requirements after Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor rejected the effort.

The anonymous group of parents had sought to have their kids skip being vaccinated because they were learning remotely instead of in classrooms.

 

But even kids who take classes online must be vaccinated, State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker’s office said, prompting the parents to pursue their case in court.

“Excluding medically fragile children from distance learning because they are missing a vaccine that might harm or kill them serves no valid state interest and will cause irreparable harm,” the parents argued in federal court last summer.

 

Anti-vaxx advocate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is among the legal team representing the families. The state argued that even children learning remotely are required to be vaccinated, according to court papers. 

“The state’s vaccination rules remain in force even though many children admitted at schools are learning remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the state wrote, according to a report in Education Week. “Because remote-learning children remain part of the community, lower vaccination rates among them could contribute to contagious disease outbreaks.”

The case was elevated to Sotomayor, who is the circuit judge for New York, Connecticut and Vermont, after the request was denied by the 2nd Circuit. She issued her opinion Friday, siding with the state, court records show.

https://nypost.com/2021/01/30/sotomayor-denies-ny-parents-bid-for-school-vaccine-exemptions/

 

 

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Well, we're all wrong, because the BBC says so.

 

Vaccine rumours debunked: Microchips, 'altered DNA' and more

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/54893437

 

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Bill Gates and microchip claims

Next, a conspiracy theory that has spanned the globe.

It claims that the coronavirus pandemic is a cover for a plan to implant trackable microchips and that the Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is behind it.

There is no vaccine "microchip" and there is no evidence to support claims that Bill Gates is planning for this in the future.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation told the BBC the claim was "false".

 

Well, they would say that, wouldn't they? 😄

 

And remember some of these for future reference...

 

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'Altered DNA' claims

The fear that a vaccine will somehow change your DNA is one we've seen aired regularly on social media.

The BBC asked three independent scientists about this. They said that the coronavirus vaccine would not alter human DNA.

Some of the newly created vaccines, including the one now approved in the UK developed by Pfizer/BioNTech, use a fragment of the virus's genetic material - or messenger RNA.

"Injecting RNA into a person doesn't do anything to the DNA of a human cell," says Prof Jeffrey Almond of Oxford University.

 

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We've seen claims that vaccines contain the lung tissue of an aborted fetus. This is false.

"There are no fetal cells used in any vaccine production process," says Dr Michael Head, of the University of Southampton.

 

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This led to one widely shared article headlined: "Bill Gates will use microchip implants to fight coronavirus."

The article makes reference to a study, funded by The Gates Foundation, into a technology that could store someone's vaccine records in a special ink administered at the same time as an injection.

However, the technology is not a microchip and is more like an invisible tattoo. It has not been rolled out yet, would not allow people to be tracked and personal information would not be entered into a database, says Ana Jaklenec, a scientist involved in the study.

 

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We've seen arguments against a Covid-19 vaccine shared across social media asking why we need one at all if the chances of dying from the virus are so slim.

A meme shared by people who oppose vaccination put the recovery rate from the disease at 99.97% and suggested getting Covid-19 is a safer option than taking a vaccine.

To begin with, the figure referred to in the meme as the "recovery rate" - implying these are people who caught the virus and survived - is not correct.

About 99.0% of people who catch Covid survive it, says Jason Oke, senior statistician at the University of Oxford.

So around 100 in 10,000 will die - far higher than three in 10,000, as suggested in the meme.

However, Mr Oke adds that "in all cases the risks very much depend on age and do not take into account short and long-term morbidity from Covid-19".

 

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No one in there right mind would listen to bill gates.

 

Bill gates is violating peoples lifes, and stealing who they are, for his ai project. This means alot of people are having who they are stolen by him for his ai project.

 

Never listen to anything that man says.

 

Bill Gates = Dr Frankenstein

 

Do not listen to anything said by him.

 

As a sidenote, bill gates was wrong mostly during this pandemic, so why are people calling him some sort of expert?

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5 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Excluding medically fragile children from distance learning because they are missing a vaccine that might harm or kill them serves no valid state interest and will cause irreparable harm,” the parents argued in federal court last summer.

That's a frightening and shockingly poor decision if I do say so myself. The rationale is appalling, since when does the government thinks it can tell people what is best for them? Fuckin done with these Sabbatean weirdo's and this transhumanist agenda. 

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3 minutes ago, andy1033 said:

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Do not listen to anything said by him.

 

As a sidenote, bill gates was wrong mostly during this pandemic, so why are people calling him some sort of expert?

 

I don't think people are.  I think the media are.  If you had read some of the Twitter replies on his thread before he disabled it, there was a legion of people who knew exactly what he is and very few positive comments at all.

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7 minutes ago, Noctua said:

 

Florida is apparently the place to be at the moment. I think a lot of the Yanks are going to move past this bollocks soon, they already have to an extent. They have much bigger, more real problems on their plate.

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3 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

 

Florida is apparently the place to be at the moment. I think a lot of the Yanks are going to move past this bollocks soon, they already have to an extent. They have much bigger, more real problems on their plate.

why?

watching 24h of Daytona and they are muzzled up....

there is some crowd but far to little for this kind of event

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7 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

 

Fascists would never allow this internationalist takeover. Fortunately there is some sanity in the comments. Besides that it's a pretty alarming film, just a minor gripe.

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2 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

why?

watching 24h of Daytona and they are muzzled up....

there is some crowd but far to little for this kind of event

 

Well maybe not all of them, but I can't see too many Republicans co-operating with Biden muzzle orders for too long. I think the US is going to be more concerned with massive political and social division and violence before long. Stuff like that tends to make you forget about viruses with a 99.9% survival rate pretty quickly

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54 minutes ago, pete675 said:

 

Mandatory by default while pretending not to make it completely mandatory.

 

I guess the evil barstools will begin by making it mandatory for benefit recipients (universal vaccine for universal credit?), those who travel and gradually for everyone with a job.

 

Those who would have the best chance of dodging the jab would be the independently wealthy and the self sufficient, on a canal boat or hillside farm maybe.

 

 

 

Well I'm retired, I have my pension plus some savings. I'm not rich but I don't want for anything.

I won't even take a test, let alone the poison.

So what will happen to me?......Will I be held down and have the needle forced on me?

In their dreams.

 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

He has pneumonia, not Covid.

 

 

well spotted - be interesting to see what it will say on the death cert?  Pneumonia with ???

EDIT:  pneumonia with -blah,blah,blah,    All part of the 'repackaging scheme'


https://davidicke.com/2021/01/31/covid-if-there-is-no-virus-why-are-people-dying/#


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Referring to canal boats. If you run on electric motor and solar power, waterways licence is much cheaper. It can be cheaper to live than housing but it helps to be self-reliant. I have lived with very little money for years and survived recycling and repairing stuff thrown away. The way things are going I'm more persuaded there's never been a better time to drop out. I mean, in the great depression in New York, a lot of jobless people built makeshift homes and survived. The State in reality has no monopoly on our survival. What I will say is I won't be vaccinated no matter what employment or benefits are removed. The more the threat, the more determination to take the opposite path.

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

Depending what piece of defunct legislation they want to hold you for, I thought it was potentially 72 hrs and after that they have to charge you with something or release you. 

 

Section 41(1) Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) provides that the police can only detain a person for 24 hours following arrest before the person must be brought before a court or released. However, section 42 allows that – in the case of serious arrestable offences – detention can be authorised by a police officer of Superintendent rank for up to 36 hours. Further detention of a suspect up to a maximum of 72 hours can only be authorised by a magistrate. -- this is terrorism related

 

 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Well, we're all wrong, because the BBC says so.

 

Vaccine rumours debunked: Microchips, 'altered DNA' and more

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/54893437

 

 

Well, they would say that, wouldn't they? 😄

 

And remember some of these for future reference...

 

 

 

 

 

Read that when it came onto the BBC website. Just look at the first one about Gates, they rang his foundation and asked if he was trying to implant chips, they said no so the BBC said, 'OK it's false'. 

 

Fantastic investigative journalism by our propaganda pusher.   

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6 minutes ago, Dazzer said:

Read that when it came onto the BBC website. Just look at the first one about Gates, they rang his foundation and asked if he was trying to implant chips, they said no so the BBC said, 'OK it's false'. 

 

Fantastic investigative journalism by our propaganda pusher.   

 

Pulizer prize worthy journalism.

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11 hours ago, AnarchicBreeze said:

I'd love to know what the chalk figure's original headwear would have been. Probably horns

 

No he's a dodman....one of the surveyors who marked out the leylines

 

Those staffs are his sighting sticks

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