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"I hope that UK citizens will UNITE in civil disobedience to this unlawful, unjustified and disproportionate violation of our human rights, and refuse either to wear a mask or to pay the fixed penalty notice for not doing so"

-  I think it's coming.
(civil disobedience)

Civil disobedience - will make the poll tax protest (back in the early 90's look like a childrens teaparty.

This is what we need - peaceful, civil disobedience

 

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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

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47 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

think it's coming.
(civil disobedience)

Civil disobedience - will make the poll tax protest (back in the early 90's look like a childrens teaparty.

well i guess so. it will be integrated into the political sphere though

 

politics is comfortable for people. it allows them to retain their selves in their community, their clubs, their groups while dealing with a threat. 

 

their self is at risk, most are not ready to put down their teddy, dummy and security blanket

 

 

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3 minutes ago, zArk said:

well i guess so. it will be integrated into the political sphere though

 

politics is comfortable for people. it allows them to retain their selves in their community, their clubs, their groups while dealing with a threat. 

 

their self is at risk, most are not ready to put down their teddy, dummy and security blanket

 

 

 

I feel you're absolutely right zArk, people aren't keen to be the only nail that raises itself up only to be hammered back down.
That political thing is their safety net, (not mine) but I see what you're saying,   and politically showing that we -the people, are unhappy - usually means protests - which do completely F.A. as history has shown.
(even protesting not allowed at the moment though - unless it's for someone 'alledgedly' being choked by a knee)

It needs a concerted effort from a large proportion of people in all towns and cities to stick the middle finger up at things like, fines, taxes,

 

errrrrr
- shit...... I'm really struggling with anything else to add to this to be honest (everything else I can think of is hurting the economy even more than what it is already)
 - furthering what they are trying to do anyway : crashing the economy - which is exactly what they want?

Time to run these MF's out of town.  A whole new offering from a completely new group of awake people to offer a true alternative, turn our backs completely on the present establishment.

How do I intend to follow the above idea through?  errrrrrrrrrr?

(they know this too)

 

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22 hours ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

Face mask wearing to be made mandatory everywhere in public. This is where they are going with this. 

 

Will the British cops have to start wearing masks, which many other countries have done from the start? If not one could join the Special Constabulary and have an excemption in not wearing it.?

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The biggie with this is june 15th as to how the public react/ will they submit and go along with the mask bullshit. At the moment would say its 50/50. But if the majority do give in accept it masks will become mandatory in shops, pubs the worksplace next 

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22 minutes ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

Once the microchipped vaccines are rolled out & the smart cities operational facial recognition won't be required. Is this what we're being conditioned towards?

 

Facial recognition will be obsolete as much as a policeman's whistle is to summon assistance.

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Biometrics aren't going anywhere any time soon, too much money is being invested in that field. If you follow BiometricUpdate.com, things are just getting started. Most normies are still against implants so biometric terminals everywhere will be the norm for a while, with the introduction of digital immunity passports and wearables.

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15 hours 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?

Yes, why us!! It's pissing me off. I refuse to wear a mask. I have to take two trains and a bus to work so I don't know how I'm going to avoid getting fined. 

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I bought a Darth Vader costume many years ago for a couple of fancy dress parties. Chucked it away last year when I was doing some decluttering of my flat, figured I'd never need it again.

 

Wish I'd kept the helmet now. :classic_ninja:

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24 minutes ago, Yasmina said:

Yes, why us!! It's pissing me off. I refuse to wear a mask. I have to take two trains and a bus to work so I don't know how I'm going to avoid getting fined. 

 

I know, the real battle is now going to begin! Perhaps you could use to our advantage but putting a very clever message on there? Davidicke.com or something that people can look at and take something from to help open there eyes?

We are going to have to play some games here i feel. 

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9 minutes ago, YHWHisgracious said:

 

I know, the real battle is now going to begin! Perhaps you could use to our advantage but putting a very clever message on there? Davidicke.com or something that people can look at and take something from to help open there eyes?

We are going to have to play some games here i feel. 

We need to say NO. Massive non compliance. Perhaps see where the majority are with a UK petition, and then go from there with a mass meet up. They can try and fine all of us and take us all to court a million times, it's not realistic for them. If we don't say no, then we are saying yes to it. 

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40 minutes ago, Yasmina said:

Yes, why us!! It's pissing me off. I refuse to wear a mask. I have to take two trains and a bus to work so I don't know how I'm going to avoid getting fined. 

 

I know, it doesn’t make sense ?

 

Take up some of the suggestions in the thread; it says you have wear a mask but it doesn’t say where?

Hang it off one of your ears.

 

All the best ?

 

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19 minutes ago, jonesthepost said:

 

I know, it doesn’t make sense ?

 

Take up some of the suggestions in the thread; it says you have wear a mask but it doesn’t say where?

Hang it off one of your ears.

 

All the best ?

 

 

The government are saying that 'face covering' should be worn, but people shouldn't use surgical-type masks (as they are a precious commodity to the NHS) and are encouraged to make their own, or use a scarf. It's not to protect yourself, but to 'prevent the spread' of this bogus virus to others.

 

Seriously, I was on a bus the other evening (maskless of course) and there was a guy sat in front of me, wearing a facemask, but pulled down so it was over his chin, just so he could tuck in to some wrap or sandwich or something. I mean, what was the point of even having that mask?

 

If its just a case that passengers have to cover their faces while travelling, would this be acceptable?

 

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