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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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On 10/5/2020 at 6:33 PM, Mr H said:

I did look a little into the psychology of masks today.

 

I think invoking trauma through fear in the media and then forcing people to do something that is harmful - creates an emotional scar or trauma. The combination results in a co-dependency disorder. This has the purpose of turning narcistic personalities/authentic characters and highly masculine people into a false self of co-dependency. Which for them reduces the threat of resistance and creates a population willing to be compliant.

 

Basically harvesting a bunch of co-dependent false selves.

The other issues with masks, is the constant obvious reminder wherever you go. So, when people are in fear of the fake virus, they are constantly reminded to be in fear of it by not only putting the masks on themselves but also seeing everyone else in a mask. So, on the other hand, if you’re trying to forget about this BS, it is also an annoying constant reminder of how pathetic the bulk of the population are as well as the poxy rule in itself! 

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It's interesting that surgical masks are turquoise - the colour of the throat chakra, which is said to be the centre of our energies of communication, articulation and free speech. The muzzle is so symbolic of as well as being a practical way of suppression of free speech, that I have been mulling over whether perhaps this choice of colour is not a coincidence. 

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My experiences of not wearing a mask this week in London.

 

On Thursday, met a friend and went to a pub near Covent Garden. I don't carry a phone. Friend does but he's genuinely clueless about scanning for apps, so the manager asked for details he could write down. Then he asked us to wear masks before we were seated, which was a few steps away. Said I was exempt. He asked for evidence. I said you don't need evidence. He said you do, that he'd read it that morning in whatever memo they were sent. I replied I'd read on the government website that morning that you don't. He reluctantly backed down, leaving the impression it was only the fact English wasn't his first language that he declined to take it further.

 

This morning, almost missed the busiest train I've seen since March. Saw there were no spare double seats and that everyone was masked so decided to stand in the doorway rather than plonk myself next to someone and freak them out/get into one/cause a scene. 

 

On the way back caught a fairly busy bus for the first time since March. The driver, sat unmasked behind a screen with holes punched in it, said: 'Where's your face covering?' Replied I was exempt (without further query) and then sat behind a young woman who was the only other person not wearing a mask.

 

Things are definitely hotting up and we're heading towards masks being made mandatory outside. I printed off the exemption certificate posted by Eve (thankyou) a few pages back to use if seriously challenged. Hopefully it will be sufficient if they do make it mandatory outdoors. Otherwise I'll probably be heading to court, hopefully with a few thousand other people.

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4 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

Things are definitely hotting up and we're heading towards masks being made mandatory outside

 

“The truth is that life is hard and dangerous; that he who seeks his own happiness does not find it; that he who is weak must suffer; that he who demands love will be disappointed; that he who is greedy will not be fed; that he who seeks peace will find strife; that truth is only for the brave; that joy is only for him who does not fear to be alone; that life is only for the one who is not afraid to die.


― Joyce Cary

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19 minutes ago, lake said:

 

“The truth is that life is hard and dangerous; that he who seeks his own happiness does not find it; that he who is weak must suffer; that he who demands love will be disappointed; that he who is greedy will not be fed; that he who seeks peace will find strife; that truth is only for the brave; that joy is only for him who does not fear to be alone; that life is only for the one who is not afraid to die.


― Joyce Cary

Father Anthony de Mello SJ, tells the story of Pestilence who was on its way to Damascus and sped by a chief’s caravan in the desert.

 

“Where are you speeding to?” asked the chief.

 

“To Damascus, I mean to take a thousand lives.”

 

On its way back from Damascus, Pestilence passed by the caravan again.

 

The chief said, “It was 50,000 lives that you took, not a thousand!”

 

“No,” said Pestilence. “I took a thousand, it was Fear that took the rest.”

 

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On 10/10/2020 at 4:11 PM, SuperstarNeilC said:

 

 

On 10/10/2020 at 6:11 PM, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Charlie's my kind of guy!


He’s an absolute fucking fraud and it should be called out anytime he’s mentioned on this or any other forum 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

My experiences of not wearing a mask this week in London.

 

On Thursday, met a friend and went to a pub near Covent Garden. I don't carry a phone. Friend does but he's genuinely clueless about scanning for apps, so the manager asked for details he could write down. Then he asked us to wear masks before we were seated, which was a few steps away. Said I was exempt. He asked for evidence. I said you don't need evidence. He said you do, that he'd read it that morning in whatever memo they were sent. I replied I'd read on the government website that morning that you don't. He reluctantly backed down, leaving the impression it was only the fact English wasn't his first language that he declined to take it further.

 

This morning, almost missed the busiest train I've seen since March. Saw there were no spare double seats and that everyone was masked so decided to stand in the doorway rather than plonk myself next to someone and freak them out/get into one/cause a scene. 

 

On the way back caught a fairly busy bus for the first time since March. The driver, sat unmasked behind a screen with holes punched in it, said: 'Where's your face covering?' Replied I was exempt (without further query) and then sat behind a young woman who was the only other person not wearing a mask.

 

Things are definitely hotting up and we're heading towards masks being made mandatory outside. I printed off the exemption certificate posted by Eve (thankyou) a few pages back to use if seriously challenged. Hopefully it will be sufficient if they do make it mandatory outdoors. Otherwise I'll probably be heading to court, hopefully with a few thousand other people.

 

 

this is the official exemption badge . You can get them on ebay

 

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/903454/Exemption_from_face_covering_card_to_print.pdf

 

 

I made a few of my own here. 

 

https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/10948-print-your-exemption-badge-for-the-next-rally-here/

 

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In my local M&S there's a self service area with plastic partitions between each till, the attendants wear a mask or visor, there's ultra toxic handwash etc. It's a real no holds barred Covidian paradise for Kool Aid drinkers so you'd think they'd feel "safe". Not so for the woman I encountered earlier. I was on my own using one of the self service tills, just me alone in the entire area. But this woman - who was wearing a mask and gloves - still wouldn't enter the area to use any of the other 5 empty tills available. What she started doing instead is an okey kokey dance where every time I bagged one of my items she went to step into the self service area but then stepped back when she realised I hadn't finished bagging my shopping yet. She put one foot in, one foot out, and due to her imbalance actually shook it all about. It was so bizarre I started deliberately checking back to the till even when I'd bagged everything to see how long she would keep doing it. In the end I just shot her a look with a furrowed brow. It's sad that some are so scared of dying they forget how to live but it's not helping them to enable their victim mentality. People need to realise how absurd and surreal their behaviour is. 

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OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is the regulatory agency which oversees health and safety in the workplace in the US - the equivalent of the UK's Health and Safety Executive.

 

Del Bigtree has interviewed two OSHA whistle-blowers and experts in mask safety who are deeply concerned about their use. They explain how mask wearing is not safe, will create long-term health effects worse than the disease itself, and that an agenda of social control is in play.

 

They also expose how OSHA has departed from its usual standards, in place since the 1970s, over the use of face coverings. For example, every employee expected to wear a mask should, under respirator standards, be assessed to ensure they can medically tolerate it but this is not happening. Any PPE should also be tested and only used as a last resort under the hierarchy of safety and controls.

 

Given that Del Bigtree is one of Youtube's many casualties, the video won't embed and needs to be viewed on Bitchute at the following link.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/nKU8JO1YPL6m/

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On 10/11/2020 at 9:08 PM, Shy Talk said:

My experiences of not wearing a mask this week in London.

 

On Thursday, met a friend and went to a pub near Covent Garden. I don't carry a phone. Friend does but he's genuinely clueless about scanning for apps, so the manager asked for details he could write down. Then he asked us to wear masks before we were seated, which was a few steps away. Said I was exempt. He asked for evidence. I said you don't need evidence. He said you do, that he'd read it that morning in whatever memo they were sent. I replied I'd read on the government website that morning that you don't. He reluctantly backed down, leaving the impression it was only the fact English wasn't his first language that he declined to take it further.

 

This morning, almost missed the busiest train I've seen since March. Saw there were no spare double seats and that everyone was masked so decided to stand in the doorway rather than plonk myself next to someone and freak them out/get into one/cause a scene. 

 

On the way back caught a fairly busy bus for the first time since March. The driver, sat unmasked behind a screen with holes punched in it, said: 'Where's your face covering?' Replied I was exempt (without further query) and then sat behind a young woman who was the only other person not wearing a mask.

 

Things are definitely hotting up and we're heading towards masks being made mandatory outside. I printed off the exemption certificate posted by Eve (thankyou) a few pages back to use if seriously challenged. Hopefully it will be sufficient if they do make it mandatory outdoors. Otherwise I'll probably be heading to court, hopefully with a few thousand other people.

 

When anyone asks why I haven't got a mask (which isn't often), I say, 'Exempt'. When they ask why, I solemnly tell them: 'I have a rare growth in my skull that prevents me from wearing one. What is it the doctors call it? Oh, yes, that's it, they call it a brain. It's made up of neurons, grey matter and stuff, with synapses firing and whatnot. Symptoms include the ability to reason, to think for myself, to assess evidence and generally make my own decisions about what medical interventions I adopt.'

 

The look on their faces when they realise I'm being deeply sarcastic and scathing about their slavish complicity is priceless. 

 

You have to be like those Masai chaps who can bowl up to a bunch of feeding lions and take their meat. You just stride into the shop, head high, confident, get your stuff, pay and walk out without flinching. Before they know it, you've just flouted their rules and you're already half-way down the road. 

 

The moral is that the obedient people are really just a bunch of pussy cats. 

 

Try it. It's great fun. 

 

 

 

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On 10/7/2020 at 5:31 PM, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Did you get on to Spoons head office about your incident?

 

Got a response... And I did quote in my email to them,

 

"Those who have an age, health or disability reason for not wearing a face covering should not be routinely asked to give any written evidence of this, this includes exemption cards,"

 

with the relevant link. They quoted the exact same link back at me in their response!

 

 

 

"Thank you for taking the time to contact us.

 

I am very sorry to note your comments regarding your visit to one of our pubs recently.

 

I can confirm that customers will need to wear face-coverings while moving around the pub, for example to visit the toilet. Customers can remove face-coverings, when seated at a table. Exemptions also apply to children under the age of 11 and adults with some medical conditions. Exemption documents can be found by clicking on the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own

 

There are also scenarios when customers might be asked, and are permitted, to remove a face-covering, including for age-identification purposes and when buying age-restricted products, such as alcohol.

 

Your comments regarding the way the matter was handled have been noted and passed to the Area and Pub Manager to look into the matter further, adjustments will be implemented where necessary.

 

Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.

 

We hope you will visit us again soon.

 

Many thanks,

 

Wetherspoon Customer Services"

 

 

 

Now it's time to try to get served without wearing a mask and without being asked to prove my exemption, just to see that adjustments have been implemented!

 

The saga continues...

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10 hours ago, Oakwise said:

 

When anyone asks why I haven't got a mask (which isn't often), I say, 'Exempt'. When they ask why, I solemnly tell them: 'I have a rare growth in my skull that prevents me from wearing one. What is it the doctors call it? Oh, yes, that's it, they call it a brain. It's made up of neurons, grey matter and stuff, with synapses firing and whatnot. Symptoms include the ability to reason, to think for myself, to assess evidence and generally make my own decisions about what medical interventions I adopt.'

 

The look on their faces when they realise I'm being deeply sarcastic and scathing about their slavish complicity is priceless. 

 

You have to be like those Masai chaps who can bowl up to a bunch of feeding lions and take their meat. You just stride into the shop, head high, confident, get your stuff, pay and walk out without flinching. Before they know it, you've just flouted their rules and you're already half-way down the road. 

 

The moral is that the obedient people are really just a bunch of pussy cats. 

 

Try it. It's great fun. 

 

 

 

 

so good i turned it into an exemption badge

 

 

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Following on from me going into a post office as part of my job, and no mask I posted about last week.

 

Went in the other day and the guy said " oh you've forgotten your mask too" as he scurried to get his.

 

I ignored him, was polite in my conversation did what I had to and was out within 2 minutes,

 

this is how it is going currently.  

 

May print off this above hahaha.

 

 

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1 hour ago, wingwang said:

 

Got a response... And I did quote in my email to them,

 

"Those who have an age, health or disability reason for not wearing a face covering should not be routinely asked to give any written evidence of this, this includes exemption cards,"

 

with the relevant link. They quoted the exact same link back at me in their response!

 

 

 

"I can confirm that customers will need to wear face-coverings while moving around the pub, for example to visit the toilet. Customers can remove face-coverings, when seated at a table"

 

 

 

Now it's time to try to get served without wearing a mask and without being asked to prove my exemption, just to see that adjustments have been implemented!

 

The saga continues...

 

So considerate of the virus to only operate five feet above the ground and upwards.

This madness alone should tell the sheep it's all a load of bollocks.

Ask them why midgets need to wear a mask in their pubs.

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2 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

So considerate of the virus to only operate five feet above the ground and upwards.

This madness alone should tell the sheep it's all a load of bollocks.

Ask them why midgets need to wear a mask in their pubs.

 

it would make a good exemption badge

 

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17 hours ago, Oakwise said:

 

When anyone asks why I haven't got a mask (which isn't often), I say, 'Exempt'. When they ask why, I solemnly tell them: 'I have a rare growth in my skull that prevents me from wearing one. What is it the doctors call it? Oh, yes, that's it, they call it a brain. It's made up of neurons, grey matter and stuff, with synapses firing and whatnot. Symptoms include the ability to reason, to think for myself, to assess evidence and generally make my own decisions about what medical interventions I adopt.'

 

The look on their faces when they realise I'm being deeply sarcastic and scathing about their slavish complicity is priceless. 

 

You have to be like those Masai chaps who can bowl up to a bunch of feeding lions and take their meat. You just stride into the shop, head high, confident, get your stuff, pay and walk out without flinching. Before they know it, you've just flouted their rules and you're already half-way down the road. 

 

The moral is that the obedient people are really just a bunch of pussy cats. 

 

Try it. It's great fun. 

 

 

 

 

 

this one has bit better design i think

 

 

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