Tuesday, 21 July 2020

Are we Victims of the Greatest Crime in History?

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  1. This thing gets crazier and crazier. It's turned supermarkets into concentration camps, staff into Kapos and shopping into a near death experience. All when the so-epidemic is over. Someone in government needs to pay for turning the whole nation into a prison for brainwashed neurotics. http://veaterecosan.blogspot.com/

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  2. Yes I saw that. Similarly Tesco and Lidl say it's not their job to enforce but apart from the fact that I've been banned by Lidl manager because I defended myself from an irrational customer and checkout person, the fact that government has made not wearing a mask a criminal offence, will surely lead to more of this sort of thing. I find it really uncomfortable trying just to carry out a commercial transaction and being subject to all sorts of petty officialdom and interference. It has ruined the old relationship of politeness between the staff and customer. From the 'customer is always right' it is now the 'customer is always wrong' and needs to be told what to do in every particular, even when the rules themselves are clearly idiotic and unnecessary. People will simply stop going to shops because it has become a miserable experience. This will further depress business activity, town economies and employment, all affecting psychological and physical heath ironically, but apparently no one in government cares a jot about that. Cresida Dick, about whom the less said the better, has said she hopes people will be shamed into wearing them! Several Chief Constables have said they won't enforce unless there's violence. However this hasn't stopped cops turning up on supermarket forecourts, presumably saying wear them or else. And you know how these things go. When people have become accustomed, fines will be dished out for non compliance on an arbitrary basis, because that is what police and traffic wardens do. Of course these people themselves are exempt from the requirement either to wear a mask or keep social distance unless part of an armed swat team, which is another matter entirely. Even breaking into your home to follow up the rules is actually on the cards. What?!!! We shall have to see what happens, but the earlier experience is not reassuring. Making mask wearing a condition for buying things is a very sinister step. Once the principle is established, what is to stop other conditions? Proof of identity? Identity card? Providing personal details, including any infectious or contagious conditions? Proof of emotional stability? Wearing other ppe such as gloves, head covering and clean clothes? Proving you have been vaccinated or chipped? The possibilities are endless and no longer fanciful - the legislation proves it. And all of this predicated on a wholly fabricated and misrepresented level of risk demonstrably no greater than in previous years, when no such measures were required. Really is this an England the people are prepared to tolerate? Can't they see how they have been deceived and manipulated and how they have been persuaded to trade their fundamental freedoms from irrational fear of catching a strain of flu that only in exceptional circumstances carries a risk of serious ill-health? If not, god help us all.

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  3. The Shining: I'm reading Maxim Gorky again and revelling in his supreme mastery of words and similes, evoking that dark, cold, brutal world of suffering, from which evolved the master race of soviet mechanised uniformity and the subjugation of a nation to an idea that led to mass starvation, war and the death of untold millions. There is a 'shining' in his prose that far surpasses the 'horror' genre of the film and the precise opposite of "a man who thinks too much and feels too little". Irrational fear resides in everyone and society as a whole. It can be triggered relatively easily as 'Covid-19' has so eloquently demonstrated. Ostensibly it is of death but at a deeper level of madness, which is why the inexplicable and irrational must be explained away. The Shining is scary not because it gives credence to an inexplicable telepathic and supernatural ability, but because it suggests that psychopathic 'Redrum' might lurk in everyone!

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  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6Z6KT8ncaY&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0pA3ZA_Phiu0KYpbcpPbr3zsPRx6WDYrjvJdmMmZDiwJCnGSdn8QARMj0

    "They're now bringing in compulsory masks and the reason for that is they need visible evidence of terror. They need to create a visibility of the terror that they want to inculcate in the people and that's why this is so important to them. These are really sinister people we're dealing with now. These are people that we previously thought of as people of our own kind. These politicians we thought… but we have to start thinking [of them] now as alien beings, as hostile beings to the Irish people."

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  5. All those who have contributed and colluded in this diabolical, unnecessary and irrelevant face-masking measure, or helped support and implement it, should be reviled and regarded as traitors to the constitution and enemies of the people. There is absolutely no justification for the requirement, which runs against every principle of the freedom of the individual to go about his law-abiding life without undue interference and harassment from the State. Parliament which has also been effectively dissolved by this fabricated crisis, has plainly failed to protect the rights of the individual or hold the executive (for which read 'Deep State') to account, and endorsed the policy of 'comply with nonsense or starve'. The British people en masse should refuse to comply with this unjust law as is its right, though whether it will is quite another matter, such is the incessant mind-perverting propaganda it has been subjected to, which has obviously been so successful. Those who have been aware have seen this moment coming as a partial culmination of a long process of deceitful terror generation and manipulation of the public mind. The 24th July 2020 will forever stand like a gravestone to the death of what was left of constitutional liberal democracy in Britain.

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  6. If face masks had any contribution to make to reducing or preventing the spread of covid, they most surely would have been introduced at the beginning when arguably they may have been. If they weren't relevant then, even less so now when whatever risk that did exist - and it has been greatly exaggerated - is OVER. The mask is a psychological ploy for the mentally scientifically, socially and politically illiterate and naturally paranoid. If people want to obstruct their breathing pathways it is up to them. What is fundamentally wrong is either to encourage hateful and intimidating behaviour towards those that choose not to wear the stupid thing or to make it a criminal offence not to do so, when the non-wearer poses absolutely no risk whatsoever either to himself or others from not doing so. The mask has become the equivalent of the cross to the Dracula and just about as rationally effective.

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  7. The government at the beginning of this thing stated that the evidence on using face masks "was extremely weak". What precisely has changed to justify the non wearing of them a criminal offence? Not to mention the multitude of implicit contradictions in the application of this policy. The only thing in its favour is psychological: neurotics think it protects them; government proves people are utterly malleable and compliant.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHGtyH0SYsc

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  8. Big Pharma - the biggest danger to human health?

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/12sp2P3sWrEI/?fbclid=IwAR24TBsiRHBNbKtvcWl-0suu3CoG9ceGzZrPOIfJQrWq-QbdHBzi0oHXkEo

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  9. It is a well known saying that there are lies, damn lies and statistics. Corona viruses have been with us for a long time. This covid variety that appears to have been specifically made in a lab for a purpose (no one talks about that) has been in the country long before the shut down. One fact is clear, deaths from whatever cause and probably not primarily covid, shot up after lockdown which is highly suggestive that the measures themselves were the cause. To increase the fear and restrictions after the 'wave' has passed is quite inexplicable unless there is another sinister agenda at work. The British public has proved itself unable to resist being brainwashed by inaccurate and misleading statistics which have proved the saying correct.

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  10. Just because tree surgeons wear safety gear doesn't mean we should all walk around with helmets, ear protectors and safety ropes. If your argument was valid we should have all been required to wear masks from about 1900! Basically it is a nonsense. The policy which has far more to do with promoting fear in the general population and achieving psychological conditioning than it has to do with preventing disease, is shot through with contradiction and lunacy. Why for example is a mask required in a shop where there also happens to be 'social distancing' but not in a pub where people sit close together? Why should it be mandatory for the shopper but not the assistant? The statistics speak for themselves: neither the disease or the incidence of it demand these quite stupid measures that have turned shopping into a regime of fear, animosity and petty restrictions contrary to everything that was good about this country. It is deeply divisive, corrosive and dangerous, mark my words.

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