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The thing with Boris is, he has waited his entire life, planned meticulously the timing  to be the Prime Minister - to be THE ONE who made Britain great again by leaving Europe. Now he really is going to go down as the worst PM of this century, possibly of all time and probably won't be the PM to deliver Brexit. Probably means years of that idiot Starmer or whatever his name is, the one who bent the knee for the BLM crew.

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4 minutes ago, Storm in the garden said:

 

If that's a serious comment I don't think it's very constructive. The whole point is to try and educate people, not fuck about with their brains when they're already scared and confused.

If it's a joke comment I don't find it particularly funny.

As I was switching off the TV after watching a movie it defaulted to MSM, and a report about social distancing in schools in two days time when the schools reopen.

Then you post about Johnson's U turn regarding wearing masks.

Maybe it's time to get serious?

 

can find it funny or not, I'm just showing the absurdity of it all

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6 minutes ago, Mr H said:

The thing with Boris is, he has waited his entire life, planned meticulously the timing  to be the Prime Minister - to be THE ONE who made Britain great again by leaving Europe. Now he really is going to go down as the worst PM of this century, possibly of all time and probably won't be the PM to deliver Brexit. Probably means years of that idiot Starmer or whatever his name is, the one who bent the knee for the BLM crew.

It's all a game, the Gov needs public consent.

He doesnt want lockdowns, people beg him to do it, Masks =people beg him to do it.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Jack said:

can find it funny or not, I'm just showing the absurdity of it all

 

Yeah well, I think anyone who's on here already knows the absurdity of it all, and I don't think anyone who's wearing a mask will get your 'statement'.

So what's the point, apart from you getting a laugh at their expense?

If you walk into a shop without a mask it may get others thinking "maybe I don't need to wear one".

If you did what you say you did, all you're doing is making already worried people more paranoid.

 

My kids are adults now and don't have any children of school going age.

Do you have kids? Somehow I doubt it because if you do I think you'd be more concerned about what your children are going to have to face tomorrow rather than having a laugh?

There's a time for dicking around and there's a time to be serious.

A time where children are facing measures which amount to mental and physical torture is not a time for dicking around IMO.

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@Storm in the garden

 

I get your point mate, but sometimes you’ve got to vent; we all have our own ways of doing that.

 

Also, you have to remember, masses of those mask wearers are doing it out of smug self satisfaction and superiority; they think we are ‘dangerous criminals’, and many people have been physically attacked by them.

 

Personally, when I’ve had enough, I think the idiots deserve their ‘fear’; I mean surely it’s blatantly obvious there is no pandemic, it’s just common sense, and all you have to do is a bit of research; but then I remember, the majority of them sit in front of tele, and think the polis and their  flunkies and the msm are messiahs trying to save us all.

And mainstream social media online is just as bad.

What do you do about that?

 

Its frustrating, which often leads to anger, which makes one want to give them a hard time sometimes; done it meself.

 

I get that heaps of people think they have to toe the line because they have responsibilities, but by god, if these pricks get their way, their lives are going to be a whole lot worse.

 

Jmtcw.

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Already this "new science" on social distancing is outdated, because a SNEEZE can travel EIGHT FUCKING METERS a second, who knew?

 

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-two-metre-rule-is-based-on-outdated-science-as-sneeze-droplets-can-travel-8m-study-claims-12056293

 

"Breathing out, singing, coughing, and sneezing generate gas clouds of exhaled air containing respiratory droplets" said some unknown source.

 

But lies can travel unimpeded for thousands of miles........

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Jack said:

Boris makes a u tirn on school mask coverings.

 

I wear they do this on purpose

 

 

 

But the thing is, how many parents will be forcing their children to wear face coverings regardless of this 'advice'?

 

And this is what will lead to more 'divide-and-rule', imagine the scene now outside a school where parents are arguing with each other about 'wearing masks'.

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@jonesthepost 

I understand what you're saying, but consider this...

What percentage of the population would you imagine are on board about what's really going on and with where the world is heading? 5%? 10%?

So apart from the rest of the population who are still asleep, there's the politicians, the media, big pharma, multinationals etc. etc.to contend with.

The point being....we need these people!

10% of the population is going to get nowhere, not now, not ever.

The only chance we have of overturning this is if we get enough people on board, and the only way of achieving that is by talking to them and leading by example and trying to get them to understand the facts.

Wearing a full face mask and telling people the virus can attack the eyes is not helpful in achieving that, in fact it's quite the opposite.

It might be giving the wearer a thrill, but it's detrimental in trying to convince people to see reason.

People like Professor Cahill, Barrister O'Mahony and Dr. De Brun here in Ireland are risking their careers and their livelihood by speaking out against this agenda, and I think the least we can do is to stop fucking about and do something constructive.

The easy way is to poke fun at the "unawakened", but the right way is to try and get them to kick start their grey matter.

Whether you like it or not, we need them just as much as they need us.

Otherwise it's game over, and we'll all be living in a world where humor doesn't exist anymore.

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15 hours ago, Storm in the garden said:

 

Yes, and what's your point?

Do you think that 10% of a countries population is going to have any effect on overturning government policy if the other 90% of the population are compliant?

 

I think all we need is greater mass; more professional people - as in doctors, epidemiologists etc; and people in the field of law and even some more honest politicians (there are a few) and such to ‘come to the party’; there are heaps already, and more every day.

 

Without denigrating the general public; they will go along with those with the loudest voices, so to speak; so get the greater mass and they will follow; I mean, that’s the way it’s always been - unfortunately.

 

And with so many getting very fed up with this bs and the restrictions they impose, it may be easier than you think.

 

Anyway, I live in hope.

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My 9 year old returned to school today, 5 kids in his class wearing masks for entire day. So despite the govt not advising primary schools kids to wear them you still get around 20pc of the idiot parents to decide it is a good idea for these small kids to have them on all day. They were asked to fill out a questionnaire also. one of the questions was what do you hope for in the next year, the majority of the kids responded their main hope was for a vaccine

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13 minutes ago, owen said:

My 9 year old returned to school today, 5 kids in his class wearing masks for entire day. So despite the govt not advising primary schools kids to wear them you still get around 20pc of the idiot parents to decide it is a good idea for these small kids to have them on all day. They were asked to fill out a questionnaire also. one of the questions was what do you hope for in the next year, the majority of the kids responded their main hope was for a vaccine

 

That will no doubt touch Bill Gates' little heart.

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52 minutes ago, owen said:

My 9 year old returned to school today, 5 kids in his class wearing masks for entire day. So despite the govt not advising primary schools kids to wear them you still get around 20pc of the idiot parents to decide it is a good idea for these small kids to have them on all day. They were asked to fill out a questionnaire also. one of the questions was what do you hope for in the next year, the majority of the kids responded their main hope was for a vaccine

Absolutely no hope for future generations then. 

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2 hours ago, owen said:

My 9 year old returned to school today, 5 kids in his class wearing masks for entire day. So despite the govt not advising primary schools kids to wear them you still get around 20pc of the idiot parents to decide it is a good idea for these small kids to have them on all day. They were asked to fill out a questionnaire also. one of the questions was what do you hope for in the next year, the majority of the kids responded their main hope was for a vaccine

 

At that age, children don't really have much of a choice, they just do as they are told by their parents (in most cases anyway).

 

Like I warned above, there will be parents who actually ignore government advice and FORCE their children to wear face coverings. And clearly these parents are also actively brainwashing their children into believing the only hope for them is 'a vaccine'.

 

"I paid damn good money for these Hello Kitty (or insert other fashion brand) face masks for my child, they are damn well going to wear it!"

 

 

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I find it incredulous that it is necessary to state at this juncture the fact that human beings have five senses, which are fundamental to their existence and survival.

 

Not to you astute forum members who know the drill, but the brainwashed proles who are being molded into “transhumans” without their knowledge, only their blind consent.

 

Taste, touch, smell, sight and sound. Basic requirements for pleasure and quality of life.

 

We are being deprived of two, by being compelled to “stay together” by “being apart” and wearing a “face-covering.” Wake up and smell the coffee! Oh wait, you can't!

 

The music ban in public places could include the sense of sound. Love it or hate it, music created the ambiance and an atmosphere, or the vibes. All is sterile.

 

How reasuring is a friendly slap on the back, pat on the head, spontaneous hug, handshake or high-five? Even a helping hand to cross the road. All forbidden!

 

People need mutual support and tactile displays of love or affection, for all manner of reasons. Especially in these times, with a vaccine-damaged generation.

 

They are pre-programming us through social-engineering into becoming a population of souless robots, with neither gender nor identity, emapthy or spirituality.

 

That's not the future I perceive for myself, my children or my grandchildren. Once again, the government have overreached their authority and must be held to account.

 

They are not the law, they are not above the law and they cannot invent the law on a whim.

 

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Unbelievable, still can't get my head around it. Feeling even more vindicated for having my child registered as home educated...sadly, I don't think many parents realise that this is (at least for now) a viable and LEGAL option. No state mandated brainwashing for us.

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23 hours ago, owen said:

Masks now mandatory outdoors in Paris, how long before its same here? Nicola the dictator, Boris or M Martin to jump first?

 

https://www.france24.com/en/20200827-pm-castex-says-france-needs-to-envisage-all-scenarios-on-how-to-contain-covid-19-including-lockdowns


Mark my words, this is coming to a town near you and I in the not too distant future.

 

Is there any push back to this from the French public? Or are they as brainwashed as our lot over here?

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23 hours ago, owen said:

Masks now mandatory outdoors in Paris, how long before its same here? Nicola the dictator, Boris or M Martin to jump first?

 

https://www.france24.com/en/20200827-pm-castex-says-france-needs-to-envisage-all-scenarios-on-how-to-contain-covid-19-including-lockdowns

seems they have made exemptions for cyclists and joggers and smokers lol, I would just wear my trainers everywhere and carry a ten pack 

 

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