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MUZZLES & BUBBLES 


Gloves, masks, goggles, lockdowns.To think what our forbears sacrificed to keep us “free”.

 

My Great Great Grandpa shot between the eyes by sniper fire after 4 years living neck-deep in a faeces sodden rat-infested trench. Bluebottles as big as cricket balls tormenting him every second. His rotting carcass never recovered.

 

My Great Great Grandma blown to smithereens in a munitions factory after a pretty young apprentice slid behind a pile of mortar shells and lit a crafty Capstan. Her voluptuous body never recovered.

 

What was it all for ?

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For those struggling to navigating the shop isles with your glasses steaming up...
 

best of luck to you, and other road users, pedestrians if your going to be sitting your driving test 🤡
 

just remember to follow the rules now,  protect the nhs and save even more lives

 

If you wear glasses...Wearing glasses does not count as a good reason not to wear a face covering. You should practise driving wearing a face covering before your test to help you prepare

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-driving-tests-and-theory-tests

 

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51 minutes ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

councilwoman wants attempted murder charges for people who don't wear face mask, pass on COVID-19

 

This might be difficult........How can you legally prove that someone passed on something which hasn't been shown to exist?

 

 

29 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

they are saying all kind of things just to keep the thing alive 

 

Yes exactly, creating headlines out of nonsense.

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Tesco last Friday put mask exempt lanyard around neck. Asked politely by woman who turned out to be a nurse if I was really mask exempt. Answered politely that I was due to heart condition. Q.D and co-op Saturday, no lanyard, glared at by mask wearing woman. Sainsbury today after work, no lanyard. I'd been in store about a minute when announcement I guess from customer service desk. Reminding people to wear a face covering but remember not all customers can wear one due to health conditions. Wonder if they saw me as I walked in. Sad thing is, in all four of these shops I was the only customer not masking up. I know this is only a small example, but I am beginning to think I am the only person in Norfolk who does not conform to this B.S. If any of you can say other wise please do. I feel so alone. Wife would take mask off if she saw others do it first. Same with a friend of ours. I think the trick is to keep your head held high and not look guilty simply because you are the odd one out. 

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29 minutes ago, banjo dog said:

I think the trick is to keep your head held high and not look guilty simply because you are the odd one out

Yeah, I've been beaming at anyone looking a little long. I offer them space to move on. It aint normal for me to smile at anyone, but it seems to be confusing them into getting on with it if they know me or not (99% not)

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30 minutes ago, banjo dog said:

Tesco last Friday put mask exempt lanyard around neck. Asked politely by woman who turned out to be a nurse if I was really mask exempt. Answered politely that I was due to heart condition. Q.D and co-op Saturday, no lanyard, glared at by mask wearing woman. Sainsbury today after work, no lanyard. I'd been in store about a minute when announcement I guess from customer service desk. Reminding people to wear a face covering but remember not all customers can wear one due to health conditions. Wonder if they saw me as I walked in. Sad thing is, in all four of these shops I was the only customer not masking up. I know this is only a small example, but I am beginning to think I am the only person in Norfolk who does not conform to this B.S. If any of you can say other wise please do. I feel so alone. Wife would take mask off if she saw others do it first. Same with a friend of ours. I think the trick is to keep your head held high and not look guilty simply because you are the odd one out. 

Your not alone, I go into Sainsbury's and asda I'm the only one without a mask. It takes so much for me to go in, I sit in the car and psyche myself up and tell myself I can do this. And I do. Where I live everyone has muzzles on. I don't know if this will help, but I put my earphones on, put a song on that makes me really happy, so I'm not listening to the sh..t that's coming out of the shops speakers, and also if anyone says anything I don't hear them anyway. I also give zero eye contact to masked people, ignore them like they don't exist. Your not the only one, I feel very lonely sometimes but I'd rather be me, know the truth and have integrity. You can do it.  Stay strong. We can all do this. Fight the fear. False.  Evidence.  Appearing.  Real. 

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saw this on a youtube video

 

Public Notice Attention: This is for the Premiers and ministers of each state and territory, the police as well as the military. Wake up tune in and educate yourself on this medical Marshall law lock-down hoax of Control and Containment Compliance Hoax of this ‘declared pandemic edict. You need to learn about health and your body's physiology and the seriously flawed medical ideology of the plagiarist Pasteur vs the real physician Antoine Bechamp. Go ahead and knock yourself out and learn instead of just taking orders that are wrong, unsafe, unsound, unrealistic, immoral and certainly unscientific! Slamming females to the ground when they are peacefully protesting or demonstrating is not what you should be doing. You obviously have not been taught or the emphasis in what is foremost important that "We are the People" which includes you the police and the military. Get some courage and disobey these 'unlawful directives' which is causing so much damage to people, businesses and Australia. Being ex-military I disobeyed orders from time to time for the benefit of my battalion. We are not asking you do do anything in which we have already done ourselves. Dismantling the virus ‘theory' https://steemit.com/virus-theory/@paradigmprospect/why-the-corona-virus-probably-doesn-t-exist-or-1-3-an-outdated-model-of-medicine-feat-virologist-dr-stefan-lanka
 
www.nylonmanden.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=304:dr-stefan-lanka-measles-is-not-a-virus&catid=13&Itemid=101
 
https://abruptearthchanges.com/2017/11/17/dr-stefan-lanka-the-history-of-the-infection-theory/
 
https://wissenschafftplus.de/uploads/article/Dismantling-the-Virus-Theory.pdf
 
Are you going to defend your Oath to allegiance of Australia with your Certificate of Commission? We the People Have not received any presentments or evidence that the mandatory mask wearing is healthy, warranted, sound, reasonable, rational, logical, or scientific; and Have not received any presentments or evidence that vaccines are safe, reliable, scientific both independently and in practice efficient in the advertising and claims; and Have not received any presentments or evidence that the policy of social distancing is reliable, scientific, rational, reasonable, warranted and not detrimental; and Have not received any presentments or evidence that a medical Marshall law lock-down is appropriate, scientific, rational, reasonable, warranted and not detrimental to health; and Have not received any presentments or evidence that the ‘directives’ are appropriate, scientific, rational, reasonable, sound, warranted and not detrimental to health; and Have not received any presentments or evidence that the sole medical model is appropriate, scientific, rational, reasonable, sound, warranted and not detrimental; and Have not seen any presentments or evidence that the police are now required (ordered) and can enter into homes without a warrant is appropriate, lawful, reasonable, rational,warranted and not detrimental to the rule of law; and Have not seen any presentments or evidence that alternative therapies are detrimental, appropriate, reasonable, sound and scientific can be utilised; and Have not seen any presentments or evidence that the MSM TV channels are presenting honest, transparent, unbiased and unprejudiced information to the public; and are not disseminating disinformation, misinformation, censoring facts of evidence or suppression of same; and Have not seen any presentments or evidence that nutrients like HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Zinc and other nutrients are detrimental in assisting and curing patients; and Have not seen any presentments or evidence that the medical model monopoly at present is in the best interests of society and is appropriate, safe, scientific, rational, reasonable, warranted and not detrimental to the health; and Crimes Against Humanity with all those people will be held accountable with a class action that is being prepared in several states with Vicarious Liability, Malfeasance in Office, Duty of Care, Medical Negligence, Abuse of Office, Sedition and Treason of giving an Oath to a foreign power/s These mandated edicts must be rebutted point by point with specificity under penalty of perjury in [whatever] state or territory you are in and [whatever reasonable time frame you require] [the proper time frames are cycles of the moon 3 days 7 days 14 days 21 days & 28 days being the properly perfected time frame] [follow up with default notices for summary or declamatory judgements] https://www.casemine.com/search/us/%27fraud%2Bvitiates%22
 
"Fraud vitiates everything” is a legal maxim. If a contract was entered into on the basis of a fraud, the contract can be declared null and void. “Fraud could vitiate every contract” was printed in the Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia, PA) on January 30, 1793. “Fraud would vitiate any transaction” was printed in The Evening Mail (London, UK) on February 29, 1796. “But I consider it as a universal principle that fraud vitiates every contract” was printed in the Aurora General Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA) on October 16, 1804. “It is a maxim of British jurisprudence that fraud vitiates everything” was printed in The Freeman’s Journal (Dublin, Ireland) on October 13, 1838. “In the eye of the law fraud vitiates everything it touches” was printed in the Indiana (PA) Democrat on April 15, 1869. All Rights Reserved & None Waived Without Prejudice No Liability Accepted
 
 
 
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As some Americans said about Starlink I can't believe it took me so long to make the connection…

 

Asia is being taking over the West through the AIIB China controlled world bank… On another hand the Asian grew a psychosis leading them to wear paper masks in urban areas from the US chemical attacks of the 1950's and 1960's on China, North Korea or Vietnam…

 

You decide whether the whole COVID scam came from the USA or China since it's forcibly one of them, but the mandatory wear of paper masks might well have come from the Chinese as a vengeance…

 

 

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13 hours ago, Baws said:

For those struggling to navigating the shop isles with your glasses steaming up...
 

best of luck to you, and other road users, pedestrians if your going to be sitting your driving test 🤡
 

just remember to follow the rules now,  protect the nhs and save even more lives

 

If you wear glasses...Wearing glasses does not count as a good reason not to wear a face covering. You should practise driving wearing a face covering before your test to help you prepare

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-driving-tests-and-theory-tests

 

 

 

Distance  of 30 miles to test eyesight  is govt acceptable policy

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3 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

 

Distance  of 30 miles to test eyesight  is govt acceptable policy

he didnt go there for an eye test, he went there to discuss testing

 

https://www.honeymangroup.com/laboratories/news/launch-of-mosaiq-antibody-testing-platform-for-covid-19/

 

AUNCH OF MosaiQ™ ANTIBODY TESTING PLATFORM FOR COVID 19

 

Honeyman Group Limited of Barnard Castle, County Durham, announces the introduction of a high accuracy, rapid turnaround COVID-19 antibody testing service across the UK and Ireland. In addition to PCR screening for active COVID-19 infection, Honeyman has partnered with Quotient Limited to launch a new, highly sensitive antibody test utilising Quotient’s high-throughput MosaiQ™ platform.

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