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9 hours ago, motleyhoo said:

 

All of those people are around the same age group, most of them probably never even had a real job in their lives, and certainly never had the responsibility of owning property or having children.  They're just dumbed-down mobsters looking to attack anyone they don't like, using whatever fad of the day Twitter slogans they read last night while they were eating their Doritos and smoking their ditch weed.  This is what I was saying earlier - people were not like this when I was that age back in the 80's. 

 

Where do you suggest they find employment? The Amazon warehouse?

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I took a step back yesterday. No media information of any sort, including DI Forum, and I feel much better for it. I think I'll be practicing this policy more moving forward.   This thread h

Those aren't policemen. They are demons.    "Might have been a rights violation" ???   FFS! That was 1st degree murder! Holy shit! 

I'm a veteran protester. Since the anti-apartheid demonstrations in the 1980's, the anti-capitalists in the 90's, all the anti-war protests of the 20's and even the one against removing the Education

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7 hours ago, Michi713 said:

For the mass mind control theorists:


If there are mind control devices capable of manipulating the masses into doing stupid, illogical shit like what is on constant display all around, what is the delivery system?  Are talking heads and politicians really that persuasive?  Is everyone except us really that irredeemably dumb?  Don’t answer that. 
 


It’s coming from the screens.  Literally from the screens.  

 


You need to read the content whilst being exposed to the screen, so I blame the Daily Mail and The Guardian Too!

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I wrote this song as a response to the riots that seem to follow all these "peaceful" protest around, so I'm a posting it here. Any complaints about that, bring it up with our management, the William Morris Agency.

 

The band and I busted out tails on this one to get it out. I can't seem to say much more about ALL the crazy [email protected] going on, so I'm making music. Be sure to check out, "The Rise of the Sheep, Pt. 1", our other very recent smash hit...hey, a Kitten can dream!

 

Ladies and gentlemen, The King Kitty Band with, "Ballad of Johnny"

 

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9 hours ago, Jode said:

I dont think that's what happened...people started throwing bricks at the horses? They were fleeing I think...but I dont know for sure but the news footage looks like the horses got scared and ran. Beautiful animals and they will do anything to try to protect their rider 

 

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10 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

I wrote this song as a response to the riots that seem to follow all these "peaceful" protest around, so I'm a posting it here. Any complaints about that, bring it up with our management, the William Morris Agency.

 

The band and I busted out tails on this one to get it out. I can't seem to say much more about ALL the crazy [email protected] going on, so I'm making music. Be sure to check out, "The Rise of the Sheep, Pt. 1", our other very recent smash hit...hey, a Kitten can dream!

 

Ladies and gentlemen, The King Kitty Band with, "Ballad of Johnny"

 

 

Very good KingKitty, your very talented ?

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I'm a veteran protester. Since the anti-apartheid demonstrations in the 1980's, the anti-capitalists in the 90's, all the anti-war protests of the 20's and even the one against removing the Education Maintenance Allowance, which financially supported students. The only one I missed was the Poll Tax riot, but if I learned anything from years of demonstrating, it is that they are futile, achieve nothing and are orchestrated by TPTB to diffuse resistance.

 

Every time, riot police provoke retaliation, by either kettling the crowd, so they have to push back and then, batons can start swinging, or as in this case, they charge the crowd on horseback. It is provocation and makes excellent “bad press” for the people's righteous cause. I have been kettled on Oxford Street and at Whitehall, where we were permitted to leave the protest, one at a time, through a police cordon. The only protest I would join now, is anti-vax.

 

But black youths in London have been getting profiled, harrassed, assaulted and murdered by the MET for a very long time, their greivances are genuine. Here are a few of the victims off the top of my head, Colin Roach, Christopher Alder, Kebba Jobe, Sean Rigg, Mark Duggan, Frederico Da Costa and Rashan Charles, who all died at the hands of police officers, none of whom were ever charged or convicted. The Masons close ranks and lie for each other.

 

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1 minute ago, Velma said:

if I learned anything from years of demonstrating, it is that they are futile, achieve nothing and are orchestrated by TPTB to diffuse resistance.

 

+1

 

And all you need to do is put cops at an imaginary barrier and there is sure to be conflict. Their only purpose is "supposed" to be to stop damage

 

Cops = trouble

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8 hours ago, KillBill said:

 

These 'BLM' protests are state-sanctioned, media driven, top-down organised movements. They are not seeking to 'dampen' nor 'dominate' as they created it.

Protesting for democracy, or for freedom (against lockdown) is not the same.

 

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But I don't deny that the most well-known movement of protest are top-down organized, the protests against lockdowns were too. What matters in these situations are the sentiments wich push to exit and act in the streets.

Health experts support protests ... Many of them follow the wind, they fit themselves at a situation where many did not follow anti-covid 19 norms anymore.

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24 minutes ago, Velma said:

I'm a veteran protester. Since the anti-apartheid demonstrations in the 1980's, the anti-capitalists in the 90's, all the anti-war protests of the 20's and even the one against removing the Education Maintenance Allowance, which financially supported students. The only one I missed was the Poll Tax riot, but if I learned anything from years of demonstrating, it is that they are futile, achieve nothing and are orchestrated by TPTB to diffuse resistance.

 

Every time, riot police provoke retaliation, by either kettling the crowd, so they have to push back and then, batons can start swinging, or as in this case, they charge the crowd on horseback. It is provocation and makes excellent “bad press” for the people's righteous cause. I have been kettled on Oxford Street and at Whitehall, where we were permitted to leave the protest, one at a time, through a police cordon. The only protest I would join now, is anti-vax.

 

But black youths in London have been getting profiled, harrassed, assaulted and murdered by the MET for a very long time, their greivances are genuine. Here are a few of the victims off the top of my head, Colin Roach, Christopher Alder, Kebba Jobe, Sean Rigg, Mark Duggan, Frederico Da Costa and Rashan Charles, who all died at the hands of police officers, none of whom were ever charged or convicted. The Masons close ranks and lie for each other.

 

 

I don't have experience about demonstrations but for a period of 6 years I did militance in a movement of "social justice warriors" neither marxist and anarchist but inspired to revolutionary fascism (in Italy we know the topic). The work consisted in comunicating to the people in the streets and everywhere messages of contrariety to the capitalism, the zionism, the high prices of the goods of prime necessity etc., to seed for the future.

Personally I see positively that a lot of youth is acting. Inaction is not a solution; to complian, to complain and then "to do like all" seems to me hipocrisy. The New Word Order is increasing his choke and answers are necessary, dutyful.

Many critics I am reading here can be right at 100% but all of this animosity against the protesters seems expression of a reactionary attitude rather than a sincere will to contrast the NWO.

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Whatever you do now make it a protest.

The BLM protests are being supported by the msm because it’s  considered a protected peaceful assembly. Even though the restrictions have not been lifted !

So if you go to church you are protected because "you  are protesting against  sins." Sit in the park in a huge gang you are "protesting against  bad weather and its effects on mood. And so on.

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27 minutes ago, alfredo79 said:

 

I don't have experience about demonstrations but for a period of 6 years I did militance in a movement of "social justice warriors" neither marxist and anarchist but inspired to revolutionary fascism (in Italy we know the topic). The work consisted in comunicating to the people in the streets and everywhere messages of contrariety to the capitalism, the zionism, the high prices of the goods of prime necessity etc., to seed for the future.

Personally I see positively that a lot of youth is acting. Inaction is not a solution; to complian, to complain and then "to do like all" seems to me hipocrisy. The New Word Order is increasing his choke and answers are necessary, dutyful.

Many critics I am reading here can be right at 100% but all of this animosity against the protesters seems expression of a reactionary attitude rather than a sincere will to contrast the NWO.

 

The majority of people here are not against protest, they are against these protesters and rioters who are being manipulated and used to protest FOR a NWO.

This is obvious because they are being supported in their actions by MSM, Big Business and governments.

Through schooling, MSM and social media they have been brainwashed to the point where they are incapable of free thought or logic, and are fighting for the agenda.

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16 minutes ago, awake said:

#ProtestersLivesMatter

 

All life matters, although that is not a popular sentiment at the moment.

 

Funny how you never see van-loads of riot police lined up at a Greta Thunberg rally?

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Just now, Velma said:

All life matters, although that is not a popular sentiment at the moment.

 

Funny how you never see van-loads of riot police lined up at a Greta Thunberg rally?

 

I know. I just think it's funny sometimes

 

#FunnyMatters

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1 hour ago, alfredo79 said:

 

I don't have experience about demonstrations but for a period of 6 years I did militance in a movement of "social justice warriors" neither marxist and anarchist but inspired to revolutionary fascism (in Italy we know the topic). The work consisted in comunicating to the people in the streets and everywhere messages of contrariety to the capitalism, the zionism, the high prices of the goods of prime necessity etc., to seed for the future.

Personally I see positively that a lot of youth is acting. Inaction is not a solution; to complian, to complain and then "to do like all" seems to me hipocrisy. The New Word Order is increasing his choke and answers are necessary, dutyful.

Many critics I am reading here can be right at 100% but all of this animosity against the protesters seems expression of a reactionary attitude rather than a sincere will to contrast the NWO.

 

I don't see a lot of animosity at the protestors as such. 

 

Speaking for myself, I have huge animosity for the rioters /Antifa and the hand that has engineered this whole thing, at this particular time. I hope the reasons for that are too obvious to need to outline them.

 

It's frustration I feel at the protestors currently.

 

There are highly sinister things going on that a lot still don't realise, so the focus of the masses is now deliberately massively directed to a different issue. The issue of equality is real and worthy. But at this point in time, it's a distraction from dangers and threats being imposed on us by all countries leaders on everyone- every single person, indiscriminately.

 

It's also being twisted by many, ironically enough, into an approval of racism against a different group, and I've seen some of the earnest protestors pandering along and accepting it. I've never harmed anyone or even thought negatively about them because of the colour of their skin, yet now, I'm supposed to kneel & apologise because I'm white & therefore privileged? I don't bloody think so! Privileged indeed - I've worked my arse off for everything I've ever had, and am still only just managing. Some people need a refresher on Martin Luther King Jnr's, "I have a dream" speech.

 

For every fool who conforms to the demand for proclamations and demonstrations of remorse for being white, how many people do you think will instead have the opposite reaction, and now have black people at the top of their list of enemies? And that despite the numerous call outs from black people who can see through the manipulation and are saying this movement does not represent them at all.

 

There are other hidden agendas surfacing now too, like the push to defund the police. Think why that might be a useful thing to the controlling powers, and why that might be a detrimental thing to the average person in society.

 

The protests are being used as a cover for the destruction of towns and cities, which the media is cheering on! Consider that. It's chilling.

 

Then on top of this, you get the fact that the trigger itself was highly dubious in its authenticity, and the sports star 'twin' of the 'deceased' is videoing himself bragging that he & George did this (i.e. wreaked mass destruction) and they're going to get POTUS out of the Whitehouse. 


It's a load of bollocks basically. That's why I'm not clapping the protestors on.

 

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3 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

Obama Foundation tweet (6 days to early) 17th May ? (killed 25th ?)
l don't do twitter.
Anyone got any idea how to check if this is authentic ?
Ta

 

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It's an old tweet but embedding dynamic content (live) from obama.org.

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7 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

Obama Foundation tweet (6 days to early) 17th May ? (killed 25th ?)
l don't do twitter.
Anyone got any idea how to check if this is authentic ?
Ta

 

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And about that ^ I was looking at someone's claim that this Obama message was proven to have been produced prior to Floyd's death.

 

I didn't post it, because I'm not knowledgeable enough with computer tech to understand whether the information was legitimate or not, and am wary of posting untruths.I'll find it & post it if anyone else wants to cast a wiser eye than mine over it.

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2 hours ago, Velma said:

Where do you suggest they find employment? The Amazon warehouse?

 

I'm not suggesting they find employment.  I'm suggesting that because they've never had a real job they know nothing about personal responsibility and they've never had to be held accountable for anything important.  In other words, they're ignorant babies throwing temper tantrums because the world isn't giving them enough candy.  There's actually plenty of jobs around, but they require a certain level of intelligence and hard work.

 

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6 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

And about that ^ I was looking at someone's claim that this Obama message was proven to have been produced prior to Floyd's death.

 

I didn't post it, because I'm not knowledgeable enough with computer tech to understand whether the information was legitimate or not, and am wary of posting untruths.I'll find it & post it if anyone else wants to cast a wiser eye than mine over it.

 

It's a meta tag in obama.org website to an image that will be displayed when embedding links to the site via twitter.

It can be changed at any time by obama.org and it will then change on any tweets with that link.

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1 minute ago, KillBill said:

 

It's a meta tag in obama.org website to an image that will be displayed when embedding links to the site via twitter.

It can be changed at any time by obama.org and it will then change on any tweets with that link.

 

I (vaguely :classic_mellow:) got that, but on that link I posted, some computer geek is saying they're showing proof that the photo of George was applied on 17th May. It's that that I don't follow.

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