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1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

This face mask rule must be messing up their facial recognition cameras and software. Wonder if they really want us wearing masks. If it becomes the new norm and people take to wearing masks like in China the facial recognition technology goes out the window. 

 

Just a thought.

 

I think fear & mind control with 5G & mask is important right now. Then once everyone is fully mind controlled, they can ask everyone to remove the mask and start using the facial recognition.

 

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Hey guys,    Just popping this petition I made here, to stop mandatory face masks on public transport in the UK, sign and share please, we need as much support as possible to take further ac

Hats off to the guy that runs this shop. We need thousands more like him.

Know anyone with a photocopier?  I have condensed alot of the information available on: http://laworfiction.com/2020/07/face-covering-litigation-threats-and-administrative-headache/   M

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34 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Little do the public seem to know that we have been given such easy get out clauses from having to wear the wretched things. Basically, as most members here are aware of I am sure, if wearing one would cause distress (section 4(1)(b)), you don't have to. If wearing one could cause harm (section d), you don't have to.

 

Yes, people don't seem to realise that they have opt out options if they read the documentation.

Here in Ireland the wording is slightly different but the same principal applies.

Under the heading "Who should NOT wear a mask" it includes:

"Anyone who -has trouble breathing"

As I pointed out in another post, everyone has trouble breathing through a face mask to some degree because it's unnatural, so it's a personal opinion as to what degree of difficulty one is experiencing?

Nobody but YOU knows if you are 'having trouble" breathing through a mask, so don't let anyone tell you otherwise. 

Also at the bottom of the list it states...

"Do not criticise or judge people who are not able to wear a face covering"

 

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17 minutes ago, chocomel said:

 

I think fear & mind control with 5G & mask is important right now. Then once everyone is fully mind controlled, they can ask everyone to remove the mask and start using the facial recognition.

 

 

Yes I suppose there is that but if people decided to keep the mask for pollution or Covid/Virus or health reasons then I would have thought that would interfere with facial recognition and be an undesireable consequence.

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7 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

 

Yes I suppose there is that but if people decided to keep the mask for pollution or Covid/Virus or health reasons then I would have thought that would interfere with facial recognition and be an undesireable consequence.

 

Don't worry, the facial recognition will come sooner than you think.

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Wearers are also permitted to remove masks "if it is necessary to avoid harm or injury."

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/face-mask-rules-shops-uk-government-guidelines-who-exempt-wear/

 

Being unable to breathe fresh air or smell the flowers is harmful, to me.

 

I don't wear a mask in shops or supermarkets. I was challenged today in 'Pets At Home' by a girl at the door who asked me, "don't you have a mask?"

 

I looked at her as though she was daft, said "no" and walked on, she called after me, "the police might come in!" So funny!

 

However, there appears to be almost 100% compliance in supermarkets and I feel totally empowered by ignoring them all.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

Wearers are also permitted to remove masks "if it is necessary to avoid harm or injury."

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/face-mask-rules-shops-uk-government-guidelines-who-exempt-wear/

 

Being unable to breathe fresh air or smell the flowers is harmful, to me.

 

I don't wear a mask in shops or supermarkets. I was challenged today in 'Pets At Home' by a girl at the door who asked me, "don't you have a mask?"

 

I looked at her as though she was daft, said "no" and walked on, she called after me, "the police might come in!" So funny!

 

However, there appears to be almost 100% compliance in supermarkets and I feel totally empowered by ignoring them all.

 

 

 

I went into a local independent supermarket earlier this evening. To be fair, I'd just stepped off a bus, so had already got one of those disposable non-surgical facemasks on me, and I was umming and aahing over whether to keep it on when I went into the shop.

 

None of the staff were wearing face coverings, while most of the few shoppers inside were. I got the feeling that I doubt the staff there would bother to challenge anybody or refuse entry to anyone not wearing a covering. Shop staff don't have any power to refuse entry or issue fines, this has to be done by the police. Shops can't afford to employ 'bouncers' or private security staff to enforce this. And surely the police have better things to do than stand outside shops making sure that customers are wearing their 'mandatory' face coverings.

 

But then there are 'exemptions', just the same as on public transport.

 

This is all completely unenforceable, unless we end up with armed coppers or soldiers outside every single shop or on every single bus or train.

 

People are being expected to comply voluntarily. And many will. But it seems that all you need to do to get round this is to say 'I'm exempt' if challenged.

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The enforcement of masks in shops defies all logic. We are long past the worst of whatever it was, and shop staff and shoppers haven't been dying in their droves, so the obvious policy would be to gradually ease restrictions, and any sane society would. Yet they are imposing something extremely restrictive that wasn't considered necessary for the last four months. It's hard not to conclude that if the majority accept this outrageous impingement unquestioningly, the ptb will have the confidence to go for the jugular when the next flu season comes around in October/November.

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Gloves may be the next step after masks in the battle against Covid-19 infection

 

Ministers are considering requiring the public to wear gloves to combat coronavirus, as well as face coverings.

During a debate in the House of Lords on coronavirus regulations health minister Lord Bethell said gloves are "an area we’re looking at" as the Government considers how best to protect the public.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavirus/gloves-may-be-the-next-step-after-masks-in-the-battle-against-covid-19-infection/ar-BB179CJu?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid=mailsignout

 

it never ends.

comments I've read so far are taking the piss out of it.

 

I've started wearing a giant plastic hamster ball. It gets a dicey in high winds, but it keeps me dry and I just wouldn't feel safe to leave home without it. 🤣

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Been to a local Tesco today. Mask I was given at work under my chin to test the water, not one person asked me to put it over my mouth or nose. Woman at check out agreed with me when I said "Horses, bolts and stable doors" come to mind. She told me countless people had said the same thing to her. Went to doctors to get heart meds. Wasn't asked to put a mask on by dispensary staff, just like last time. Final stop Jolleys to get dog food, no mask, was asked by staff member if I had one. Cant wear one I've got a heart problem. Nothing else was said. I really do believe that the longer this crap continues more and more people will stop listening to the bull shit from the M.S.M and the government.

      

           Glad to see the forum up and running again, missed you guys. Well done Gareth and co.

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The Hidden Disabilities store in the UK crashed today as the tabloids told people that they could get the exempt lanyards from there.

Now only organisations can only buy in bulk not individuals.

They must have realised that alot of people want these.

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Psychological Warfare

 

That was my thoughts when i came out of my local shop this afternoon, all the staff masked, all the customers masked. Just me and my kid not masked. My child was really disturbed after it and will probably never want to go into a shop again until this is over. No thoughts from gov on how this is going to effect young child and old children either. 

 

Thats what this mask wearing crap it is psychological warfare keep people in fear, to drain away our spirit of resistance and to make us more unhealthy or ultimately ill enough to be added to the statistics. In USA people wearing masks are getting false positives on Covid tests, there are also cases of breathing and lung problems from prolonged wear.

 

The bill that has been passed will not be reviewed for 6 months - 12 months by the way. Are mainstream media reporting on that.... NO NO NO! People think it will just be for a few weeks, lets tell them all its for at least 6 months then see how they feel about it. 

 

The good news is my co-operative store were very co-operative when i said i was except 🙂 

 

 

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I already gave an account of my shopping experience on Wednesday where more or less everyone were wearing masks in the supermarket, yet I encountered no problem not wearing one.

Similar situation for my daughter yesterday in that the vast majority were wearing masks yet she met no resistance by not wearing one. She noticed that the few others not wearing a mask seemed to be Eastern Europeans. When I asked how she could tell she said they were better dressed and looked healthier than us locals, so in all honesty she's probably correct.

I think a lot are wearing masks not because they are fearful of catching a virus but simply because they don't want to be seen to stand out or portrayed as being uncooperative.

Then today I had a delivery form a UPS guy. The conversation turned to the virus as as I talked with him I could tell that he was VERY interested in my ideas regarding the whole 'virus' issue.

I try not to lecture anyone but simply drop a few feelers into the conversation. If I get an interested response I give a few more facts for them to consider but if not I just drop it.

 

I think there are a lot of people out there who know something is amiss with the narrative, but can't put their finger on exactly what because they're not tuned into alternative media.

But they are interested, curious, and know that something is not quite right about the information they're being fed.

It's up to us to awaken their curiosity because there are a lot of people out there who do know that there's something not quite right, but don't know exactly what.

So, don't wear a mask and keep talking to people at every opportunity, and we just might be able to turn this around.☺️

 

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13 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

Gloves may be the next step after masks in the battle against Covid-19 infection

 

Ministers are considering requiring the public to wear gloves to combat coronavirus, as well as face coverings.

During a debate in the House of Lords on coronavirus regulations health minister Lord Bethell said gloves are "an area we’re looking at" as the Government considers how best to protect the public.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavirus/gloves-may-be-the-next-step-after-masks-in-the-battle-against-covid-19-infection/ar-BB179CJu?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid=mailsignout

 

it never ends.

comments I've read so far are taking the piss out of it.

 

I've started wearing a giant plastic hamster ball. It gets a dicey in high winds, but it keeps me dry and I just wouldn't feel safe to leave home without it. 🤣


This is nuts. Next the government will be making it mandatory to wear a NASA spacesuit when going out shopping or using public transport. Sheesh!

 

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as written the exemptions are there to prevent the gov from getting sued by people.  it is not exceeding its jurisdiction but what is very concerning is the encouragement of karens to impose their will upon others

 

cressida dick voiced this encouragement 

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37 minutes ago, zArk said:

as written the exemptions are there to prevent the gov from getting sued by people.  it is not exceeding its jurisdiction but what is very concerning is the encouragement of karens to impose their will upon others

 

cressida dick voiced this encouragement 

 

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