Jump to content

Face coverings to be made mandatory for public transport travel in the UK.


Recommended Posts

  • Replies 405
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Well, that's my recent travel plans scrapped. Really can't believe how so many people fall for it. If ANY of this was even slightly legit, why now? Why make this mandatory in the middle of June (to be

This is truly fucked up: THE TRANSPOR|T SECRETARY GRANT SHAPPS has just said: Wearing facemasks is compulsory from 15th June and you will face fines if you don't do it. The chairman of network

Posted Images

2 hours ago, TruthSeeker27 said:

 The figures are fixed. This government is lying 100%"

 

 

Over a thousand people have upvoted that comment. So you see, not all hope is lost. People are seeing through the lies, they just don't realise how deep this rabbit hole goes. Here's a link to the comment section, and then just click on best rated.

 

http://dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8388955/Face-coverings-COMPULSORY-public-transport-England-June-15.html#comments

 


I've been reading though all the comments for ages and giving a thumbs up or down to them, and surprisingly - I would say at least half of them are all in support of saying fuck all this bollocks"  

-and this is from daily mail readers?

Bodes well I hope....................

or maybe not?
Here's one comment of pure fuckwittery from:

Tanequil, Birmingham, moments ago

There will be an upsurge of groping on public transport. So what did he look like, who knows.

Edited by sickofallthebollocks
add silly comment from dailymail reader
  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, sickofallthebollocks said:


I've been reading though all the comments for ages and giving a thumbs up or down to them, and surprisingly - I would say at least half of them are all in support of saying fuck all this bollocks"  

-and this is from daily mail readers?

Bodes well I hope

 

That is surprisingly good news, so thanks for that.

 

Maybe there are more who've wised up than we realise.

 

Hey, Gates, feel fear matey. We are legion!

  • Thanks 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
10 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Well to underscore the extraordinary demands being made on us, you should team the plague doctor mask with a leopard skin leotard, hob nail boots, fishnet stockings and deely boppers - something like this would be fine...

 

51Cm34whCCL._AC_SL1330_.jpg

I'm gonna wait for government advice first. Just incase i get fined for the hob nail boots

  • Haha 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
13 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:


I've been reading though all the comments for ages and giving a thumbs up or down to them, and surprisingly - I would say at least half of them are all in support of saying fuck all this bollocks"  

-and this is from daily mail readers?

Bodes well I hope....................

or maybe not?
Here's one comment of pure fuckwittery from:

Tanequil, Birmingham, moments ago

 

There will be an upsurge of groping on public transport. So what did he look like, who knows.

 

 

I think the Daily Mail represents the silent majority in this country, and that's why I have hope. Many people are seeing through the BS. At the moment, they're just going by gut instinct. They know something is wrong, they just don't know exactly what it is. They only have gut feelings to go on. But gut feelings are VERY important. It's because of gut instincts that I discovered Mr. Icke and, in turn, this very forum and my awakening happened in full. The same can be said for others, and if enough people do wake up, it will throw a serious monkey wrench into the plans of the cabal.

Edited by TruthSeeker27
Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest A-chan

This has made me angry, though I did suspect that they would eventually implement this rule... This will be the start of more to come it seems. I am looking at a legal, medical exemption from wearing a mask. They have no right to make anyone wear any covering. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
4 minutes ago, A-chan said:

This has made me angry, though I did suspect that they would eventually implement this rule... This will be the start of more to come it seems. I am looking at a legal, medical exemption from wearing a mask. They have no right to make anyone wear any covering. 

carry an inhaler in your pocket , tthose that suffer from breathlessness dont have to wear one

Link to post
Share on other sites

I (painfully) watched today's broadcast and did notice that he said that there will be exemptions - although he was vague. It prompted me towards looking into this:


 

Quote

 

Dealing With Maskaphobia or the Fear of Masks

Maskaphobia, or fear of masks, is surprisingly common, especially among children. However, it is important to note that this fear is often a part of normal childhood development. Therefore, like most phobias, it is not diagnosed in children unless it persists for six months or longer.

 

Causes
A precise cause for why a person develops maskaphobia is unknown. Although, maskaphobia is believed to be related to automatonophobia, or fear of humanoid figures. Some experts believe that these phobias (maskaphobia and automatonophobia) may be rooted in our expectations of human appearance and behavior.

Masks distort the wearer’s appearance, causing him to look strange and unusual. Also, most masks do not feature moving mouths, so when the wearer speaks, the sound appears to come out of nowhere.

 

Wearing a mask may also change the wearer’s behavior. Many people wear masks as part of becoming a character, causing the wearer to act in accordance with that character. Additionally, some people love the freedom that a mask’s anonymity provides. The wearer might behave in socially unacceptable ways while hidden behind the mask.

 

 

https://www.verywellmind.com/maskaphobia-or-fear-of-masks-2671868

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

I was planning on visiting the UK from Ireland suring the summer but not doing so now as I would be using public transport. I fully expect the sheep in the Irish govt to follow the UK lead though in the coming weeks

Link to post
Share on other sites

If one thing blows a hole in the official corona narrative, it's the fact that London public transport has been running as usual since the outbreak started .... 

 

Figures show daily journeys are down 90% , but that 's still around quarter a million Londoners who spend a part of their day jammed into carriages , breathing over fellow travelers , mostly without masks ...

 

If we believe the official story this must surely result in the whole of London being infected by now , but figures do not reflect this .... 

 

This combined with other indications suggest , as DI is saying There is no virus ! ...I think he's the only prominent  person saying this ....

 

The fact that  travel in the capital  is down to 10% what it was , suggests only around 10% of Londoners are working . The fact that no ones standard of living has been lowered nor the economy crashed , indicates these are mostly paper shufflers doing nothing productive ... If 90% of farmers stopped work the impact would be immediate. 

 

 

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest A-chan

I wonder if the legal challenge by Simon Dolan can be expanded to enquire what right the Government has to do this? I certainly intend to reread Magna Carter and other documents that are part of our Constitution.

 

I am not wearing a mask; not even one with a hole in it.

 

I do think that in a not too distant future, it may be necessary to mask oneself in order to evade the facial recognition system...

https://www.businessinsider.com/clothes-accessories-that-outsmart-facial-recognition-tech-2019-10?r=US&IR=T

Link to post
Share on other sites

Perhaps we need to wear a full face covering monster Carnival mask? That would protect us no better than the prescribed ones. Do you think if we painted or stuck a large picture of a Corona virus on it some people would die of a heart attack from fright? I am thinking of that crop-circle image in which it looks like splashed on. That could be FUN! Or would it be too unfeeling? Perhaps...

I've posted this video elsewhere already, but this is the image I mean:

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
7 hours ago, 2020member said:

I was drawn in by youtube to watch the daily covid briefing by the coked up clown (our prime minister).

 

Couple of concerning talking points are:

 

1 - They are aiming for individual isolations soon (a.k.a those who don't tow the line)

 

2 -  Bill gates is coming to the U.K imminently for the global vaccination summit (johnson is doing the keynote speech)

 

3 - Contact tracing will be a virus in of itself as once it starts to spread, it'll be a game of 'tag' for those who basically want to see the world burn (a.k.a sheep that don't know they are sheep)

I live in Scotland and the way I perceive it, here they have decided to call contact-tracing "Test and Protect". They have probably realized that the former term isn't going down very well with "the public". It does sound far more persuasive, doesn't it. Although I still don't want to have anything to with all that. It's really not a game I want to play. I so much prefer the "Boost Your Immune-System and keep it up" game. It sounds so much more sensible! Sadly, only a relatively few want to play that or even know how to play that. And because it is not on the list of options offered by the governments, far too many people simply won't play it. They probably think as it is not on that list they could get told off or fined for playing that.

Since I found a video titled "Biochemistry debunks Corona", which is also on this site since then, I have been finding out about mineral salts fighting off viruses and such. Those products are sort of homeopathic though, so a little harder to get, as our lovely British government isn't funding the NHS for those products anymore. Of course, all part of the plan. And the producer, Schuessler, is Australian. I have ordered a few pots from Holland & Barrett, who still have them online, but they've run out of some. My order arrived today, but only partially. I believe in this method, though. Check it out!

  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites
8 hours ago, serpentine said:

Very uncomfortable for the bus drivers out on a shift in the hot weather.

For a lot of people. The people collecting carts at the grocery store. I dropped off stuff at goodwill the other say (yes I know they make money on it but no one was buying it) and the kids working were wearing a mask. I asked them, what do you think of the masks? One young man replied, I hate it, it's scratchy and hot. It was about 90* that day. :classic_sad:

 

To avoid public transport/forced to wear a mask maybe people can begin to car pool.

Link to post
Share on other sites

What I’d like to know, is why are you Brits being subjected to these really harsh and stupid rules?

I think there are some other countries, and states in the USA that are doing the same; while a lot of countries things are pretty much ok.

 

In NZ I was out and about in my nearest city today and I think I saw about three mask wearers altogether.

 

No queues anymore, no having to supply your personal details in some stores; the only thing I saw that made me ? was a store would not accept cash.

People certainly weren’t ‘social distancing’; it was just like business as usual.

 

Which made me wonder the above; why you lot?

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, jonesthepost said:

What I’d like to know, is why are you Brits being subjected to these really harsh and stupid rules?

I think there are some other countries, and states in the USA that are doing the same; while a lot of countries things are pretty much ok.

 

In NZ I was out and about in my nearest city today and I think I saw about three mask wearers altogether.

 

No queues anymore, no having to supply your personal details in some stores; the only thing I saw that made me ? was a store would not accept cash.

People certainly weren’t ‘social distancing’; it was just like business as usual.

 

Which made me wonder the above; why you lot?

When you look at bill gates’ funding in the uk, he has totally infiltrated the uk health system, especially Chris Whitty (£31million). I reckon he sees us as his guinea pigs, not that boris Johnson cares because he wants depopulation too

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


×
×
  • Create New...