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looked like proper police to me.

 

They  won't like doing that job for long..

 

18 minutes ago, chocomel said:

Police acting as a security guard....mnn.

Is it a criminal or civil matter?

 

Yes good point there.

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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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I can imagine because it creates moisture and acne is worsen by bacteria. Perfect breeding condition.

Yup. The skin/epidermis is the largest organ on the body, it needs to breath and sweat in order to expel toxins and keep the body from overheating.

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My daughters and I agree from observation that there a lot of people wearing a mask for a multitude of reasons, none of which being a fear of a virus.

Some are doing it simply to hold on to their jobs. 

Some are doing it because they don't want to appear to be the odd person out.

Some are afraid they may not be allowed shop otherwise.

Some are afraid they could be charged or fined.

But a lot are wearing one simply because they don't like conflict or confrontation, and just resign themselves to wearing one for the hour or two they have to go shopping.

I would suggest that the amount of people in the above categories would easily exceed 50%, so it's really up to us and other like minded thinkers to show these people the way.

Show them they won't be the odd one out.

Show them they will be allowed into a shop without a mask.

Show them they won't be charged or fined.

This is all a nonsensical bluff that's being staged. We have to call their bluff and hopefully others will follow. 

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12 minutes ago, Storm in the garden said:

My daughters and I agree from observation that there a lot of people wearing a mask for a multitude of reasons, none of which being a fear of a virus.

Some are doing it simply to hold on to their jobs. 

Some are doing it because they don't want to appear to be the odd person out.

Some are afraid they may not be allowed shop otherwise.

Some are afraid they could be charged or fined.

But a lot are wearing one simply because they don't like conflict or confrontation, and just resign themselves to wearing one for the hour or two they have to go shopping.

I would suggest that the amount of people in the above categories would easily exceed 50%, so it's really up to us and other like minded thinkers to show these people the way.

Show them they won't be the odd one out.

Show them they will be allowed into a shop without a mask.

Show them they won't be charged or fined.

This is all a nonsensical bluff that's being staged. We have to call their bluff and hopefully others will follow. 

I think you can probably group most of what you said into 'fear of consequences' - from someone who works in a shop down to getting on a train without one. I wouldn't want to advise someone to flout company policy at work because I think if enough people travelled and entered shops without masks it would be enough to turn the tide. That's much easier because your job isn't on the line. Getting people to do it is another question seeing as most have bought into this and need a massive wake up call.

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16 minutes ago, Storm in the garden said:

My daughters and I agree from observation that there a lot of people wearing a mask for a multitude of reasons, none of which being a fear of a virus.

Some are doing it simply to hold on to their jobs. 

Some are doing it because they don't want to appear to be the odd person out.

Some are afraid they may not be allowed shop otherwise.

Some are afraid they could be charged or fined.

But a lot are wearing one simply because they don't like conflict or confrontation, and just resign themselves to wearing one for the hour or two they have to go shopping.

I would suggest that the amount of people in the above categories would easily exceed 50%, so it's really up to us and other like minded thinkers to show these people the way.

 

"It's only for an hour..."

Obviously one cannot force and it is their choice but I can imagine that these are the kind of people who will be a prime candidate to be mislead into another slavery when they die.

 

Looking at the religious population...some 7bn people will be trapped and be slaves. 😯

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religious_populations

 

16 minutes ago, Storm in the garden said:

Show them they won't be the odd one out.

Show them they will be allowed into a shop without a mask.

Show them they won't be charged or fined.

This is all a nonsensical bluff that's being staged. We have to call their bluff and hopefully others will follow. 

 

Good post.

 

@Messenger Run out of likes.

 

 

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On 7/24/2020 at 7:28 PM, chocomel said:

 

 

 

Today I went to my fave greasy spoon. There was no one in there. Normally it's packed. Upon entry was a table with a notice to leave contact details. I ignored that. Ordered my food and sat down. People walked past and saw me sitting at a table. One after another, people came in and sat down to eat. Lots of takeaways were going out. Paranoid, no doubt. The owner of the business gave me a big smile and nod. Business as usual. Got a bus home. Maskless!

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7 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

. I wouldn't want to advise someone to flout company policy at work because I think if enough people travelled and entered shops without masks it would be enough to turn the tide. That's much easier because your job isn't on the line.

 

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8 hours ago, Storm in the garden said:

I would suggest that the amount of people in the above categories would easily exceed 50%, so it's really up to us and other like minded thinkers to show these people the way.

Show them they won't be the odd one out.

Show them they will be allowed into a shop without a mask.

Show them they won't be charged or fined

 

Where do I suggest that they should flout company policy? I would not suggest for anyone to risk losing their job, but by walking into a shop maskless the only thing you're risking is the possibility of confrontation.

 

7 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

Getting people to do it is another question seeing as most have bought into this and need a massive wake up call.

 

This may be a matter of demographic but it is not what I'm experiencing. In my view a large portion of people are wearing masks simply because they believe they have to rather than believing it protects them from a 'virus'. However most people are not on alternative media so the only way to expose them to the truth is by physically showing them that they have an alternative. That's where we come in.

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6 hours ago, wingwang said:

Today I went to my fave greasy spoon. There was no one in there. Normally it's packed. Upon entry was a table with a notice to leave contact details. I ignored that. Ordered my food and sat down. People walked past and saw me sitting at a table. One after another, people came in and sat down to eat. Lots of takeaways were going out. Paranoid, no doubt. The owner of the business gave me a big smile and nod. Business as usual. Got a bus home. Maskless

 

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oki so avoided shops on fridays. Went to big sainsbuys, just strode in, no queue, "queue marshall" gave me a despondent look, but I have to say I didn't receive any dirty looks at all. Was the only one unmasked,I felt liberated and depressed AT THE SAME TIME a very strange new emotion. :)

 

A small act of social disobedience in an insane world.

 

Been to a local spar, chatted with owner, said hes not even gonna ask, I said cool.

 

Also Morrisons, no questions asked on door and no dirty looks at all me and my gf.

 

I'll say one thing. DO NOT EVEN USE THE HIDDEN DISABILITIES PASSES.

 

As your already acquiescing to the mob/nwo . YOU DO NOT NEED TO SHOW ANY PAPERS, DO NOT GIVE A REASON AT ALL.

 

Even having to prove you have a disability to a untrained stranger is a human rights abuse of the worse order.

 

Its fucking insane.

 

All of this bullshit meme on twitter IS DIRECT FROM 77TH BRIGADE it doesn't exist in real life, remember that.

 

People are good, most masked looked resigned, sad and confused. Help them help themselves if questioned nicely :) We need to help them.

 

Its mentally draining and takes a confident person /mind to do this, its disgusting what they are putting people through for no reason.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, Storm in the garden said:

Latest outing today, I went to a hardware store earlier this morning. Went to two counters with both staff wearing visors. One customer in the shop who also had a mask on.

Me being FN (Facially Naked😀) I was expecting a reaction but nothing, no one said anything or gave me the evils so I bought my stuff and moved on.

Next stop was to get diesel. Went to pay in the garage and lots of people there but no masks on view (possibly because it doubles as a breakfast cafe?).

 

 That's my second outing going FN since the'compulsory' mask rule was introduced and nobody has said anything or looked disapprovingly at me.

I don't want confrontation but am sort of expecting it and go armed with the relevant info but so far there's been no resistance.

I sort of feel like someone armed and ready to do battle only to be confronted by an army of pacifists? It's a weird situation to be in.

dude, i feel exactly the same. its unnerving. NO one actually cares do they only the twits and bots on social media lol.

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45 minutes ago, Metaspiral said:

oki so avoided shops on fridays. Went to big sainsbuys, just strode in, no queue, "queue marshall" gave me a despondent look, but I have to say I didn't receive any dirty looks at all. Was the only one unmasked,I felt liberated and depressed AT THE SAME TIME a very strange new emotion. 🙂

 

A small act of social disobedience in an insane world.

 

Been to a local spar, chatted with owner, said hes not even gonna ask, I said cool.

 

Also Morrisons, no questions asked on door and no dirty looks at all me and my gf.

 

I'll say one thing. DO NOT EVEN USE THE HIDDEN DISABILITIES PASSES.

 

As your already acquiescing to the mob/nwo . YOU DO NOT NEED TO SHOW ANY PAPERS, DO NOT GIVE A REASON AT ALL.

 

Even having to prove you have a disability to a untrained stranger is a human rights abuse of the worse order.

 

Its fucking insane.

 

All of this bullshit meme on twitter IS DIRECT FROM 77TH BRIGADE it doesn't exist in real life, remember that.

 

People are good, most masked looked resigned, sad and confused. Help them help themselves if questioned nicely 🙂 We need to help them.

 

Its mentally draining and takes a confident person /mind to do this, its disgusting what they are putting people through for no reason.

 

Excellent post. Run out of likes.

 

Today's lesson from my teacher....

"Are you caring other people's reaction and mood? Don't! Their emotion isn't your responsibility. You need to control your mood for yourself."

This is one of the things one needs to master if you were to ascend.

Of course, the Creator is kind that you get plenty of opportunities to practice everyday. Hope you all get it. 🙂

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Now TEN schools tell pupils to wear face masks for when they return in September in defiance of Government advice that they are unnecessary

"One comprehensive, Holmes Chapel in Cheshire, has even told parents the masks are now part of the school uniform and can be bought for £3 at a designated shop."

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8560613/Now-TEN-schools-tell-pupils-wear-face-masks-return-September.html

 

More child abuse.

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Now TEN schools tell pupils to wear face masks for when they return in September in defiance of Government advice that they are unnecessary

"One comprehensive, Holmes Chapel in Cheshire, has even told parents the masks are now part of the school uniform and can be bought for £3 at a designated shop."

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8560613/Now-TEN-schools-tell-pupils-wear-face-masks-return-September.html

 

More child abuse.

 

Well we know who runs the schools don't we?

Before the"virus" it was transgenderism and giving sex lessons to infants, and before that they were instilling terror into children by telling them that the world is about to end and we're all going to die due to climate change.

The schools have become nothing more than indoctrination centres for the cabal.

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If parents have the means they really need to keep their children out of any schools that are insisting on muzzling and torturing the kids. They're going to traumatize them into being paranoid germaphobes scared of human contact. Let's hope the majority of schools and parents employ some common sense and duty of care, masking up children is the epitome of abuse and insanity. 

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5 hours ago, Metaspiral said:

oki so avoided shops on fridays. Went to big sainsbuys, just strode in, no queue, "queue marshall" gave me a despondent look, but I have to say I didn't receive any dirty looks at all. Was the only one unmasked,I felt liberated and depressed AT THE SAME TIME a very strange new emotion. 🙂

 

A small act of social disobedience in an insane world.

 

Been to a local spar, chatted with owner, said hes not even gonna ask, I said cool.

 

Also Morrisons, no questions asked on door and no dirty looks at all me and my gf.

 

I'll say one thing. DO NOT EVEN USE THE HIDDEN DISABILITIES PASSES.

 

As your already acquiescing to the mob/nwo . YOU DO NOT NEED TO SHOW ANY PAPERS, DO NOT GIVE A REASON AT ALL.

 

Even having to prove you have a disability to a untrained stranger is a human rights abuse of the worse order.

 

Its fucking insane.

 

All of this bullshit meme on twitter IS DIRECT FROM 77TH BRIGADE it doesn't exist in real life, remember that.

 

People are good, most masked looked resigned, sad and confused. Help them help themselves if questioned nicely 🙂 We need to help them.

 

Its mentally draining and takes a confident person /mind to do this, its disgusting what they are putting people through for no reason.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The govt are playing with the peoples emotions like cat with a mouse.

 

I went into the corner shop maskless for some monster munch earlier & the guy pulled his mask up to serve me.. he was standing behind a tall plastic screen on top of the counter...its such a shame,  I'm not a regular customer but we were nodding acquaintances.

Mentally draining indeed.

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4 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

"One comprehensive, Holmes Chapel in Cheshire, has even told parents the masks are now part of the school uniform and can be bought for £3 at a designated shop."

 

 

£15 a week per child and that at only using just one a day.

someone is making a fortune with this.

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19 hours ago, Storm in the garden said:

My daughters and I agree from observation that there a lot of people wearing a mask for a multitude of reasons, none of which being a fear of a virus.

Some are doing it simply to hold on to their jobs. 

Some are doing it because they don't want to appear to be the odd person out.

Some are afraid they may not be allowed shop otherwise.

Some are afraid they could be charged or fined.

But a lot are wearing one simply because they don't like conflict or confrontation, and just resign themselves to wearing one for the hour or two they have to go shopping.

I would suggest that the amount of people in the above categories would easily exceed 50%, so it's really up to us and other like minded thinkers to show these people the way.

Show them they won't be the odd one out.

Show them they will be allowed into a shop without a mask.

Show them they won't be charged or fined.

This is all a nonsensical bluff that's being staged. We have to call their bluff and hopefully others will follow. 

 

I see all this now as 'psychological warfare' on the general populace.

 

"You MUST wear a face covering while using public transport or in shops... unless you have an exemption"

 

The 'threat' is there of a "fine". That simple 'threat' is enough to make people go along, to "obey" and "comply", because they are fearful of the consequences. And of course there are those who are still 'fearful' of catching this deadly and lethal virus which so far has claimed the lives of 0.0012% of the global population.

 

But who can actually enforce this new rule (is it even actually 'law'?), certainly not bus drivers or shop workers. Because they themselves have no power. Only the police can enforce this, and only the police have the power to issue fines. But where are the police? That's right, looking out for 'hate crimes' on Twitter.

 

Then again, if you are challenged by the police, what can they do if you tell them you have an 'exemption' or show one of these exemption cards that are available practically everywhere now? (You can even download them and print off at home!)

 

If this is law, it has been worded in a way that makes it unenforceable. But I think this is deliberate, as without clear-cut legal guidance, it relies on the general public to 'police themselves'.

 

And then of course you have all the social media 'propaganda'...

 

 

55 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

 

£15 a week per child and that at only using just one a day.

someone is making a fortune with this.

 

I've said this before, and I'll say it again, this is becoming big business for some, and especially those Chinese factories that started manufacturing these things en-masse earlier this year. Create an 'artificial demand' for a product that no-one needs - especially a non-reusable product - and you have a licence to print money.

 

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5 minutes ago, Alnitak said:

Petition to stop mandatory masks for children, launched by us for them.

 

Please sign and share as any child being forced to wear a mask is child abuse! No schools should be suggesting this, for kids of any age.

 

https://www.change.org/p/gavin-williamson-mp-do-not-make-masks-mandatory-for-children-in-primary-or-secondary-schools-in-uk

 

 

 

But the Governments own exemptions state that children under 11 do NOT need to wear face coverings!

 

Yet, if I look on eBay I see a multitude of 'childrens masks' in all different pretty styles and designs.

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Well I've been to a petrol garage to fill up petrol and pay and me another bloke weren't wearing them and nobody said anything. Also went to the local newsagents and the guy behind counter wsn't wearing one. 

 

A man and he's what looks like 5yr old son both in masks were standing about 3 metres away from the man in front. All trained really well. 

 

I just made a point of looking at the sign-on the floor and laughing. 

 

 

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Went to local co-op yesterday, maskless, on way out a couple with kiddie in push chair all three fully masked up walking across car park, avoided me like I was some murderer. Do these people not realise what they are doing to their kids? Stupid question, of coarse they don't. Probably too busy looking at facebook too do any thinking for themselves.

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