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6 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

but now we are spaming the thread 

 

 

My comment was the first one made ... when I click on link in OP I get popligudgfd 1hr ago , and oz93666 2hrs ago ...on my laptop 

 

But it only says "1 comment" ... what do other people see???

 

I've just edited youtube post so it doesn't have a link to here ....do you see it now?

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1 hour ago, oz93666 said:

 

My comment was the first one made ... when I click on link in OP I get popligudgfd 1hr ago , and oz93666 2hrs ago ...on my laptop 

 

But it only says "1 comment" ... what do other people see???

 

I've just edited youtube post so it doesn't have a link to here ....do you see it now?

I only see Pop's comment. On a laptop.

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2 minutes ago, BlueSky said:

I only see Pop's comment. On a laptop.

 

Thanks Blue Sky .... I've just looked again .... I see my comment and one other ...

 

This shows my comment has been blocked to others , probably because I linked to this thread ... this is the sort of covert censorship that goes on and would never normally be uncovered , linking here in this way  could get dozens of new visitors to this forum , and they don't want that . 

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7 minutes ago, oz93666 said:

 

Thanks Blue Sky .... I've just looked again .... I see my comment and one other ...

 

This shows my comment has been blocked to others , probably because I linked to this thread ... this is the sort of covert censorship that goes on and would never normally be uncovered , linking here in this way  could get dozens of new visitors to this forum , and they don't want that . 

I've just commented. Can you see mine? 

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4 minutes ago, oz93666 said:

 

I can see "well done " from Lynda ......

 

You can edit .... I bet if you added              video featured in this thread ... https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/6538-liverpool-protest/& 

 

Your comment would disappear 

 

I can try. Will that flag me up to start blocking my other comments elsewhere?

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Just now, BlueSky said:

I can try. Will that flag me up to start blocking my other comments elsewhere?

 

I don't think so .... I often get others replying to my Youtube comments so Mine are seen by others  ( if I don't link here in the particular comment, I guess )

 

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16 minutes ago, oz93666 said:

 

I don't think so .... I often get others replying to my Youtube comments so Mine are seen by others  ( if I don't link here in the particular comment, I guess )

 

I wouldn't have minded taking one bullet 😄 I think I've got around it sort of with a second comment.

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Just now, BlueSky said:

I wouldn't have minded taking one bullet 😄 I think I've got around it sort of with a second comment.

 

I see your second comment ..

 

"We're discussing this video on D a v I d I k c e . c o m. If I make a link to the website my comment will get censored by YT...."

 

lets hope they can find their way to this thread ........... well done .

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Hi, I don't post here often but I come on here pretty much everyday to keep track of what's going on. I'm hesitant to post this because I've been attacked on this forum before because I said that I don't post I just lurk. That seemed to make people suspicious and paranoid. I don't post because honestly my mental health is in very bad shape atm and it's a real effort for me to type out a post. This forum has helped keep me sane though, I cannot tell you enough what a comfort it is to me to know that there are others out there who are awake and aware of the terrible danger we are all in.

 

I feel extremely isolated because I live alone (so have been effectively in solitary confinement for 5 months). I used to attend a therapeutic day service so I was out socialising 5 or 6 days a week which was very helpful to my mental health, that service has now been shut down. Mental health services in my area have closed up shop for 5 months at a time when people desperately need their support. It's disgusting. Now I cannot even enter a shop without severe anxiety because I will not wear a mask and I fear harassment and abuse from others. The only time I leave the house is once a week to go shopping and get food, but like I said even that is a nightmare for me (I actually have to take diazapam just to have the nerve to do it). I have had 5 months to take in all the evidence and information I can find.

 

Up until now I have been watching and waiting to see how events unfold. However I'm reaching a point now where I feel enough is enough. I strongly feel that now is the time to have the courage to take to the streets and start publicly speaking the truth. My problem is this, I am alone, friendless and suffer from major social anxiety, I have no idea how to connect with others in my area who feel the way I do. I live near Liverpool and would have attended this event if I knew it was happening. That young woman's speech was courageous and inspiring, such wisdomand passion for such a young person. Does anyone here live near Liverpool, or can anyone help me connect with the people who organised this protest? Honestly I'm just looking for like minded people I can connect with locally and basically hoping to make some friends (which is a difficult thing to do or to even enquire about because if my MH issues). I would be very grateful if anyone could help me out.

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14 minutes ago, DumSpiroSpero said:

Hi, I don't post here often but I come on here pretty much everyday to keep track of what's going on. I'm hesitant to post this because I've been attacked on this forum before because I said that I don't post I just lurk. That seemed to make people suspicious and paranoid. I don't post because honestly my mental health is in very bad shape atm and it's a real effort for me to type out a post. This forum has helped keep me sane though, I cannot tell you enough what a comfort it is to me to know that there are others out there who are awake and aware of the terrible danger we are all in.

 

I feel extremely isolated because I live alone (so have been effectively in solitary confinement for 5 months). I used to attend a therapeutic day service so I was out socialising 5 or 6 days a week which was very helpful to my mental health, that service has now been shut down. Mental health services in my area have closed up shop for 5 months at a time when people desperately need their support. It's disgusting. Now I cannot even enter a shop without severe anxiety because I will not wear a mask and I fear harassment and abuse from others. The only time I leave the house is once a week to go shopping and get food, but like I said even that is a nightmare for me (I actually have to take diazapam just to have the nerve to do it). I have had 5 months to take in all the evidence and information I can find.

 

Up until now I have been watching and waiting to see how events unfold. However I'm reaching a point now where I feel enough is enough. I strongly feel that now is the time to have the courage to take to the streets and start publicly speaking the truth. My problem is this, I am alone, friendless and suffer from major social anxiety, I have no idea how to connect with others in my area who feel the way I do. I live near Liverpool and would have attended this event if I knew it was happening. That young woman's speech was courageous and inspiring, such wisdomand passion for such a young person. Does anyone here live near Liverpool, or can anyone help me connect with the people who organised this protest? Honestly I'm just looking for like minded people I can connect with locally and basically hoping to make some friends (which is a difficult thing to do or to even enquire about because if my MH issues). I would be very grateful if anyone could help me out.

I'm glad you posted today. I feel the same. If I see anything about a protest in my city I'd be there like a shot! 

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I agree with the two previous posts. As I live alone and know nobody else who is awake and living locally, this forum has been a lifesaver over the past few months. Without resorting to the likes of Facebook, which I won’t do, it is hard finding local people who think the same. 

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45 minutes ago, BlueSky said:

I'm glad you posted today. I feel the same. If I see anything about a protest in my city I'd be there like a shot! 

 

Thankyou for saying, it's a tough thing to do for me because sadly my social anxiety even makes it difficult for me to connect with others online, and yes me too, it's just a matter of knowing beforehand when social media companies are making every effort to suppress these movements/protests.

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31 minutes ago, HeartSpirit said:

I agree with the two previous posts. As I live alone and know nobody else who is awake and living locally, this forum has been a lifesaver over the past few months. Without resorting to the likes of Facebook, which I won’t do, it is hard finding local people who think the same. 

 

I agree it's extremely difficult to make those kind of connections, I'm not a fan of using Facebook to do it either, it's too controlled and is obviously being monitored by the PTB .

I sometimes feel that they really have people like us over a barrel. I think for me I've decided that the best thing to do is to try my best to find out about the next protest organised closest to my location and then try and build up contacts in person there, which is extremely daunting when you have severe anxiety but I think now is the time for courage and action.

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1 hour ago, DumSpiroSpero said:

Now I cannot even enter a shop without severe anxiety because I will not wear a mask and I fear harassment and abuse from others. The only time I leave the house is once a week to go shopping and get food, but like I said even that is a nightmare for me (I actually have to take diazapam just to have the nerve to do it).

 

I would like to try and reassure you that the 'stories we hear' of people being harassed and abused for not wearing a face covering are situations that rarely happen in reality.

 

Once you realise and accept this, the anxiety soon disappears. First time I went into a shop not wearing a mask, I must admit I was a little apprehensive, but when neither the shopkeeper nor the couple of other customers said or did anything, it emboldened me.

 

I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of the videos that 'go viral' and circulated on social media (with some even making the mainstream news) showing people being harassed and attacked, are actually 'staged' (ie faked) in order to achieve the purpose of going 'viral', to psychologically 'assault' the masses.

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28 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I would like to try and reassure you that the 'stories we hear' of people being harassed and abused for not wearing a face covering are situations that rarely happen in reality.

 

Once you realise and accept this, the anxiety soon disappears. First time I went into a shop not wearing a mask, I must admit I was a little apprehensive, but when neither the shopkeeper nor the couple of other customers said or did anything, it emboldened me.

 

I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of the videos that 'go viral' and circulated on social media (with some even making the mainstream news) showing people being harassed and attacked, are actually 'staged' (ie faked) in order to achieve the purpose of going 'viral', to psychologically 'assault' the masses.

 

You know what that's a good point, more psy-ops to coerce people into wearing one. I went shopping on Friday and in the Tesco I went to I would say 98% of people were wearing one, however in the week before this mask mandate was introduced that number was probably around 30%. This indicates to me that people aren't wearing one out of choice, they are doing it because they are forced/coerced into doing so. This is encouraging and depressing at the same time. Encouraging because I think most people don't believe in the bullshit but depressing because they will go along with it anyway just for an easy life. I honestly think it comes down to a lack of courage and poor character, people care too much about what others might think to take a stand. 

 

Of course I clearly care too much about what others think if I'm allowing myself to get so anxious about it but then I have been dealing with pretty debilitating anxiety my whole life so I'm a pretty highly strung person anyway. I'm also stubborn as fuck and I have strong convictions and beliefs that I refuse to compromise on. There is a famous picture I'll post here that gives me a lot of inspiration to do it.

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3 hours ago, DumSpiroSpero said:

Hi, I don't post here often but I come on here pretty much everyday to keep track of what's going on. I'm hesitant to post this because I've been attacked on this forum before because I said that I don't post I just lurk. That seemed to make people suspicious and paranoid. I don't post because honestly my mental health is in very bad shape atm and it's a real effort for me to type out a post. This forum has helped keep me sane though, I cannot tell you enough what a comfort it is to me to know that there are others out there who are awake and aware of the terrible danger we are all in.

 

I feel extremely isolated because I live alone (so have been effectively in solitary confinement for 5 months). I used to attend a therapeutic day service so I was out socialising 5 or 6 days a week which was very helpful to my mental health, that service has now been shut down. Mental health services in my area have closed up shop for 5 months at a time when people desperately need their support. It's disgusting. Now I cannot even enter a shop without severe anxiety because I will not wear a mask and I fear harassment and abuse from others. The only time I leave the house is once a week to go shopping and get food, but like I said even that is a nightmare for me (I actually have to take diazapam just to have the nerve to do it). I have had 5 months to take in all the evidence and information I can find.

 

Up until now I have been watching and waiting to see how events unfold. However I'm reaching a point now where I feel enough is enough. I strongly feel that now is the time to have the courage to take to the streets and start publicly speaking the truth. My problem is this, I am alone, friendless and suffer from major social anxiety, I have no idea how to connect with others in my area who feel the way I do. I live near Liverpool and would have attended this event if I knew it was happening. That young woman's speech was courageous and inspiring, such wisdomand passion for such a young person. Does anyone here live near Liverpool, or can anyone help me connect with the people who organised this protest? Honestly I'm just looking for like minded people I can connect with locally and basically hoping to make some friends (which is a difficult thing to do or to even enquire about because if my MH issues). I would be very grateful if anyone could help me out.

Hello! Thanks for spending the time to write all this. I am in the Lpool area!

 

You can purchase mask "exemption" cards from eBay. On the very rare occasion someone asks me were is my mask I show them that and there has never been an issue. It's only usually bus drivers who ask anyway and that's not very often. I think most people deep down know it's a load of BS so most won't challenge others. 

 

If you could send me a private message on here we could exchange contact information and perhaps I could pay you a visit. There is another protest hopefully taking place soon so I have heard. You are not alone in this!! Alot more people sense something is wrong and many know exactly what is going on! We have been made to think and feel that we are the few, but we would be surprised if we knew the real number's.

 

I am meeting people on a regular basis who are waking up due to this unjust lockdown and lots have!!

 

Also Anna Brees has put together a great space where people can share thier opinions on the lockdown/covid here: https://www.youtube.com/c/AnnaBrees

 

It's very refreshing to watch the average person and be able to hear thier opinions as when we walk past people in the street it's so easy to assume they are pro-lockdown/regulations etc.

 

Hope this all helps. Message me 🙂

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