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On 9/24/2020 at 2:42 PM, Truthspoon said:

 

If things get really bad in the UK you won't be able to get out, that's the point.....

 

Point is to get out BEFORE things get bad. Obvious.

 

But admittedly that requires a certain amount of personal agency and situational awareness.

 

You've got to be able to see trouble coming....... I'm kinda pissed off because I am hoping to come home for Christmas to see my folks. Have bought a load of fine English sparkling wines and some nice Loire reds....... 

 

They should have just let the thing run its course..... Now this thing will never go away and I'll never be able to get back home to see my parents.

 

 

You haven't properly considered this. If countries like Britain go down, it's over. Eastern European countries are mostly in the EU, so overseas soldiers can be put into action there. You will be unwelcome as a foreigner and considered useless and a burden, as a female. Emigration is a band-aid that won't "work" from the 2020s onwards. Of course, you're free to do whatever you want as far as I'm concerned. I just wish that the Anglo-Celtic world would realise that the brunt of the attack on is on them, largely. That means it will follow you wherever you go.

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I must admit I'm quite surprised some people are panicking about a second lockdown. I know it has an adverse effect on businesses and I empathise with that but on a personal level in terms of restrict

This is my view as well.  If more people took this attitude, the state would be powerless.  

I'm in Latvia where there is no lockdown, no mask madness, no hysteria, just pretty much life as normal. Even at the height of the scamdemic in the early summer,  it was largely lip-service being paid

On 9/25/2020 at 11:06 AM, Smokestack Lightnin' said:

 

There are plenty of people from Germany and Britain who have settled over there in small clusters because property was so incredibly cheap and Orban is extremely anti-immigration. Apart from local societal issues (drunk driving, domestics etc, there is virtually no crime - at least in Slovakia.) 

Many people were lucky enough to sell up and buy a home with massive grounds to grow food in a rural area for less than  £40,000. It gets to some people and they become bored and lonely. They are part of the EU and you can see all the new buses and trains etc but the pressure to start importing immigrants has always been there.  These people see what's happening in the West and they definitely don't like 'people of colour'. You may be quite shocked at first at the hostile language concerning immigrants.      

Hostile language is fine. Your opponents have all the time in the world. If countries like the UK fall, I don't see a brilliant future for countries like Hungary or Slovakia. I think the whole 'eastern European saviour' thing (while I respect the people) is a kind of pseudo-Conservative, Breitbart-derived false dialectic.

 

I think our occult rulers sometimes realise they've gone too far and panic, then they relax and shore things up in some parts of the world. For now, that's Hungary/Poland/Slovakia etc. I know many eastern Europeans desire 'revenge' on the Anglo-Saxon world, but it's unwise to wish misfortune on the UK. Eventually you will face the same fate.

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32 minutes ago, DerProfessor said:

You haven't properly considered this. If countries like Britain go down, it's over. Eastern European countries are mostly in the EU, so overseas soldiers can be put into action there. You will be unwelcome as a foreigner and considered useless and a burden, as a female. Emigration is a band-aid that won't "work" from the 2020s onwards. Of course, you're free to do whatever you want as far as I'm concerned. I just wish that the Anglo-Celtic world would realise that the brunt of the attack on is on them, largely. That means it will follow you wherever you go.

 

That's not true..... there are plenty of countries in the world where you don't have to be tracked and traced everytime you want a hamburger for instance...

 

The fascism will be soft fascism, it won't be overt.... it will just have people's kids being quietly taken off them if they refuse to get the Covid 19 vaccine for instance..... but it won't be reported in the press......I've said before that TPTB don't want the system to crash.....they want managed soft fascism........... just try to live in a country where they respect you a little more..... I personally find an Englishman gets more respect and has to deal with less fascism in his life in any other country other than his own....

 

 

 

 

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18 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

 

That's not true..... there are plenty of countries in the world where you don't have to be tracked and traced everytime you want a hamburger for instance...

 

The fascism will be soft fascism, it won't be overt.... it will just have people's kids being quietly taken off them if they refuse to get the Covid 19 vaccine for instance..... but it won't be reported in the press......I've said before that TPTB don't want the system to crash.....they want managed soft fascism........... just try to live in a country where they respect you a little more..... I personally find an Englishman gets more respect and has to deal with less fascism in his life in any other country other than his own....

 

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Sorry, I accidentally reported your post (mods please ignore that!) because I'm using a mobile device here and became confused with the icons. Anyway, I meant to quote you on the above. This may well be true, but if Britain collapses and the system changes irreversibly, people are more likely to disrespect Brits, as our image will suffer accordingly. I've just found continental Europeans totally unwilling to accept that their own ruling class is a fully integrated part of the UN/NWO conspiracy. The focus is always on the UK. Not to mention, you never really know a country, until you've had a career, mortgage and brought up a family (potentially later going through a divorce and custody issues) in that country. Idyllic countries to grow up as a child, but the appeal wears off when you see the bigger picture. And the level of independent critical thinking is weaker than what you find in the UK, too. The Danes/Dutch have had a fake form of free speech, which never changes anything, but even that has disappeared in recent years.

 

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You'd think people abroad would disrespect Brits wouldn't you? Especially in the Arab world and Middle East..... 

 

But they don't......  Or the Japanese..... you'd think after being nuked twice they'd disrespect Americans but they don't......

 

The Japanese think the British are a race of Heroes for instance..... for them the word for Englishman and Hero 'Eigo/Eiyu' is virtually the same.

 

Whenever I tell people where I'm from....  they seem delighted...... and I have to let them down and tell them England is actually a shit hole of knife crime and child grooming...

 

Never had any grief off anyone for being an Englishman abroad....... I've had far more bother in my own country.

 

I've been to Denmark...hated it.....  weird place with weird plastic conforming people who daren't even cross the road until the little green man comes on, even if there's no traffic...... and the Odd Fellows lodges are local landmarks...Freemasons don't even have to hide in that country.

 

I know Iceland too, a great country but they are presently being bombed with American sewage culture through the cable TV pipeline...turning previously happy confident people into a depressed and confused country. America is really doing a job on them, even blackmailing them over their foreign policy decisions with threats to reduce the number of American tourists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, DerProfessor said:

Hostile language is fine. Your opponents have all the time in the world. If countries like the UK fall, I don't see a brilliant future for countries like Hungary or Slovakia. I think the whole 'eastern European saviour' thing (while I respect the people) is a kind of pseudo-Conservative, Breitbart-derived false dialectic.

 

I think our occult rulers sometimes realise they've gone too far and panic, then they relax and shore things up in some parts of the world. For now, that's Hungary/Poland/Slovakia etc. I know many eastern Europeans desire 'revenge' on the Anglo-Saxon world, but it's unwise to wish misfortune on the UK. Eventually you will face the same fate.

Facing the future realistically is not wishing misfortune on the UK? 

Like I said in another post, I went off to live there for almost a couple of years and determined not to return to the UK until I had discovered for myself just what the fuck was going on in England because I couldn't make head or tail of events back in 2016. (3 events in 2018/19 made me jump up out of bed one morning and say I think I understand now. One of them was Icke being refused entry to Australia.) 

Have you been to East Europe anywhere?  

Footnote : I'm no lover of the Poles. I think they are incredibly undignified. 

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2 minutes ago, Smokestack Lightnin' said:

Facing the future realistically is not wishing misfortune on the UK? 

Like I said in another post, I went off to live there for almost a couple of years and determined not to return to the UK until I had discovered for myself just what the fuck was going on in England because I couldn't make head or tail of events back in 2016. (3 events in 2018/19 made me jump up out of bed one morning and say I think I understand now. One of them was Icke being refused entry to Australia.) 

Have you been to East Europe anywhere?  

Footnote : I'm no lover of the Poles. I think they are incredibly undignified. 

 

Yes, I've explored many of those countries. I don't have any particular prejudice, I just feel attached to England, even if it's a highly unpleasant place to live now. Perhaps my deeper instinct is that we could be approaching the 'end' and if that's the case, I'd rather go down with the ship than flee to another country. Again, we're dealing with relatively peaceful places that are on the up economically, and it's very easy to become complacent and take your eye off the ball in those circumstances. Eventually, even if it's 30 years from now, they will be facing the same challenges.

 

They are still alien cultures where I would most likely be viewed as a traitor for giving up and fleeing my homeland. And they would be perfectly within their rights to perceive me in that way. All I can say is that I feel I'm on my own journey. I don't see any easy escape route out of this nightmare. As much as Britain has become overly commercialised, Americanised or whatever you want to call it, I still feel a psychic attachment to it. While outsiders only see the corruption and assume it's all your fault. I sense that they can't see the mechanisms at play, including at least a century of social engineering. Or even recognising that the same psychological techniques work in every country.

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Just now, DerProfessor said:

 

Yes, I've explored many of those countries. I don't have any particular prejudice, I just feel attached to England, even if it's a highly unpleasant place to live now. Perhaps my deeper instinct is that we could be approaching the 'end' and if that's the case, I'd rather go down with the ship than flee to another country. Again, we're dealing with relatively peaceful places that are on the up economically, and it's very easy to become complacent and take your eye off the ball in those circumstances. Eventually, even if it's 30 years from now, they will be facing the same challenges.

 

They are still alien cultures where I would most likely be viewed as a traitor for giving up and fleeing my homeland. And they would be perfectly within their rights to perceive me in that way. All I can say is that I feel I'm on my own journey. I don't see any easy escape route out of this nightmare. As much as Britain has become overly commercialised, Americanised or whatever you want to call it, I still feel a psychic attachment to it. While outsiders only see the corruption and assume it's all your fault. I sense that they can't see the mechanisms at play, including at least a century of social engineering. Or even recognising that the same psychological techniques work in every country.

Ok I get it now. You thought I was an outsider criticizing and you became defensive. If you read one of my earlier comments I'm pretty scathing towards a person who wrote a post asking everyone here the best way to leave England. That really fired me up because, just as he was willing to live here in the UK and accept all the good things on offer, he wanted to fuck off at the first hint of his life being unsettled.  No surprise that he didn't actually see my point of view lol. 

 

It was only last week so you can find it easily. Don't get your emotions get on top of you because you  will be useless to yourself and everyone else. I create havoc with people in real life all the time because I say the tings they don't want to hear but must !  If you are over 40 or 50, it's your duty to get in people's faces who have been educated at the indoctrination factory or worse, receive their info from the BBC and Daily Mail

Maybe the flag put you out of joint. Check it out.  

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5 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

You'd think people abroad would disrespect Brits wouldn't you? Especially in the Arab world and Middle East..... 

 

I've been to Denmark...hated it.....  weird place with weird plastic conforming people who daren't even cross the road until the little green man comes on, even if there's no traffic...... and the Odd Fellows lodges are local landmarks...Freemasons don't even have to hide in that country.

Have to agree with you once again Truthspoon...you really do tell the truth lol. If you think Denmark is bad, try Singapore for full total compliance but of course we're talking different continents and cultures here. Germany was just as bad for rule followers at pedestrian crossings in the 90's when I lived there but then you have to consider the history and embarrassment perceived or otherwise. What I loved about the krauts was when you were alone together with them, they spoke their fucking mind as if they knew they were just playing a waiting game.  Your average German was streets ahead of your average Brit intellectually but that's what losing a couple of wars do to people I guess. (They prepare you for the incoming onslaught. )    

What I mean of course is that all the German intellectuals and academics had to study for years to prepare themselves for shirtless, tattooed, drunk football hooligans from a Sunderland sink estate chanting 'Two World Wars and one World Cup doo da, doo da.  😂 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 9/22/2020 at 4:56 AM, Ecki Divad said:

 

There are loopholes in the law and there is one in particular that is part of my plan, but I don't want to spell it out on a public forum.

Well I was thinking of doing one! just while they release the track and trace drug

Considering things like camping in a wood, hiding in a dis-used pub, living in the sewers

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On 9/30/2020 at 2:03 AM, Macnamara said:

 

you are on a truther forum so don't be surprised if you hear the truth here; the truth is they have no intention of letting you or anyone else live quietly off grid

 

this forum was created to discuss the conspiracy. the conspiracy is to micro-manage every aspect of peoples lives

 

you've asked how you can escape a UK lockdown and people here are telling you the lockdown is global. That's the reality

 

As for getting off this island, your options are basically boat, train, ferry or plane

 

The 'truth' is often subjective depending on how someone hears it.

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On 10/2/2020 at 4:55 AM, James Freeman (of the land said:

Well I was thinking of doing one! just while they release the track and trace drug

Considering things like camping in a wood, hiding in a dis-used pub, living in the sewers

 

With the system imploding I suspect there will be many empty properties, not least plenty of commercial ones which will no longer be in use, so there should be plenty of places to hide should the need arise. No need to use sewers, ( or underground perhaps!) but I take your point on that. There will most likely be many empty homes soon too, and, possibly some motorhomes etc which there may no longer be buyers for perhaps.

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3 hours ago, RobinJ said:

The 'truth' is often subjective depending on how someone hears it.

 

No there are objective truths

 

Also we have consensus on certain ethics such as that it is wrong to genocide people

 

That is a foundational point. It ain't subjective. If you are genociding people you ARE the bad guy

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52 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

No there are objective truths

 

Also we have consensus on certain ethics such as that it is wrong to genocide people

 

That is a foundational point. It ain't subjective. If you are genociding people you ARE the bad guy

true enough

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On 10/1/2020 at 2:18 PM, DerProfessor said:

You haven't properly considered this. If countries like Britain go down, it's over. Eastern European countries are mostly in the EU, so overseas soldiers can be put into action there. You will be unwelcome as a foreigner and considered useless and a burden, as a female. Emigration is a band-aid that won't "work" from the 2020s onwards. Of course, you're free to do whatever you want as far as I'm concerned. I just wish that the Anglo-Celtic world would realise that the brunt of the attack on is on them, largely. That means it will follow you wherever you go.

 

Much I would have loved to be gone by now, when you sell everything you own, I am not always in full control of the process.

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