265

London’s Freedom Weekend

Joanna Sharp

The weekend of 26-27th June brought traffic in central London to a complete standstill. Two massive protests took place: Saturday’s Freedom March and Sunday’s Music Industry’s Freedom to Dance event. It is impossible to give precise numbers. The estimates from fellow Saturday marchers range from 500,000 to 2 million, with the Sunday rave drawing similar crowds.

This footage of the Saturday Freedom protest available from HugoTalks shows the size of the turnout:

Further aerial footage soon to be released by Oracle Films, claiming that it was the biggest protest so far, will give some idea how huge the turnout.

A Charged Saturday

The weather was on our side. A perfect protest day. We set off in a small group of friends and arrived in Marble Arch around 12 noon in good time before the 1pm start from Speakers Corner. The train we arrived on was full of ‘us’. No masks on faces, lots of loud banter, jokes, resistance slogans on t-shirts, placards; the entire escalator full of mask-less, smiling faces confidently taking over the tube. The atmosphere reminded me of the one and only football match I went to, years ago.

The anti-lockdown marches have a different demographic from the many left-wing demonstrations I have attended in the years BC (Before Covid).

In those days, despite being noisy, they all seemed rather polite, mostly (though certainly not exclusively) white, often middle class, university-educated affairs. At times, going to a demo (this was particularly true with the anti-Brexit protests) with thousands of homemade creative messaging and props was a bit like going to a gallery – to see art but also to get a sense that you belong to a good looking, cool club. A reassuring experience.

Anti-lockdown protests are different. It is hard to generalise about age, but the majority seemed over thirty, though many with their children; both young and early teens. In terms of class and ethnicity, they are the most diverse human gatherings I have ever seen, and probably the most representative of the UK population.

This protest, on 26th June, was no different.

Young and not-so-young men with their necks, arms and calves covered in tattoos, next to elderly ladies, lesbian and gay couples, family groups with children, lots of buggies, dogs, old and young hippie types, some carrying drums; small and large organised groups from different parts of the country wearing identical t-shirts and bearing banners, women wearing bright and colourful outfits.

There were hundreds of different t-shirts with Covid resistance slogans; both with the recognisable UK Column and countless others, many with DIY designs such as “99.97% ARE NOT DYING”, as well as creative placards; ‘THE MEDIA IS THE VIRUS, ‘REAL EYES REALISE REAL LIES’ ‘Nuremberg Code Fan Club’, ‘THEY DIDN’T ISOLATE A VIRUS. THEY ISOLATED YOU’, etc.

There were also some imaginative costumes, a lady wearing a mediaeval dress with a placard saying ‘Same Shit, Different Era’, and quite a few DIY tin-foil hats. Palestinian flags were visible throughout the event, as well as many English, Scottish, Welsh, Polish, Italian, Swedish, Canadian, US and many regional flags being carried.

In addition, there were many carrying flags with the resistance movement signature symbol, a large yellow smiley face. Another way of displaying slogans were umbrellas with writing on each segment.

A particularly poignant placard said:

IN THE END WE WILL REMEMBER NOT THE WORDS OF OUR ENEMIES BUT THE SILENCE OF OUR FRIENDS’

The protestors congregated in Hyde Park near the world-famous Speaker’s Corner, marked on Google map as ‘A public space devoted to free speech’. Ironically it was here where the German doctor Heiko Schoning was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Territorial Support Group for speaking about Covid19 in September 2020.

This time, hundreds of small groups stood and sat on the grass in anticipation of the signal to start the march, waiting for friends to arrive, listening to music coming from numerous portable speakers, some still working on their banners, others taking photos and videos. Independent video journalists walked around with their gear. There was hardly any police presence.

The atmosphere was full of anticipation with the scent of sage, sandalwood incense, the sound of whistles, klaxons, music and voices creating a cacophony of excitement. Someone was singing ‘All you Need is Love’, others joined in, someone was drumming. It was like a summer music festival with no tickets, programme or main stage.

The march was led by a huge black banner carried by about twenty people. It said:

THE PUBLIC DEMAND A LIVE DEBATE. SCIENCE IS NOT SCIENCE WITHOUT DISCUSSION.”

We set off at 1pm, noisily, with flares, chanting and music, and slowly headed north through Cumberland Gate and then turned east into Marble Arch and Oxford Street. When thousands of people exit the park together and funnel into the streets you get a sense of becoming part of a human river whose flow takes you, in slow motion, inside a dense togetherness, forbidden by the government and so feared by the mask-wearing majority.

That temporary closeness gives a feeling of strength and unity. Everyone around me was talking about the media lies, the scamdemic, the fraud, the vaccines. Lots of technical conversations about recovery rates, the forbidden Covid treatment, ivermectin, the Yellow Card reporting system as well conversations about kids and the current priority of protecting them from the experimental and Covid 19 jabs.

Two men nearby were talking about Nietzsche’s ideas of herd morality and how those in power, aware of the majority being willing slaves and easily seduced by fear, were able to manipulate them with such ease.

As we were walking through Cumberland Gate we bumped into Remeece, the Jamaican born artist, model and rapper loved by the anti-lockdown communities for his hit recorded on the London Underground, ‘DON’T TEK DI VACCINE’, and the previous one, Footsoldiers4Freedom, released in December 2020, both featuring the unlikely music star, Piers Corbyn, (the controversial UK scientist who dared go against the mainstream science of man-made global warming; who is now campaigning against the lockdown and Covid vaccines).

I managed to take a good shot of Remeece as he generously offered me a selfie with himself. Remeece and his group Footsoldiers4Freedom have recently performed outside schools in a bid to protect children from the experimental jab.

We moved slowly, there was time to talk. I spoke to a young woman, Mia, who carried a placard saying, ‘My Gran Died Alone’. She told me that her grandmother, Annette, had developed a bacterial urinary tract infection, but was sent home from Watford General Hospital, and died. Her death certificate showed ‘Covid 19’ and the family, deeply upset by this, were trying to challenge the official record.

I talked to a German lady and her husband. They had travelled with a group of friends from Stroud. As non-mask wearers, they made new friends early on in lockdown and defied the rules by organising an Easter meal together in 2020. Now they have a support community. She told me she sensed something was wrong as early as March 2020. She grew up in West Germany, had relatives in the East and was very aware of how authoritarian regimes worked. ‘Things are stricter in Germany now’ she said. ‘One of my relatives has recently lost a job in Germany for a Facebook post’.

I also spoke to Karen, a self-employed middle-aged woman who came to the protest with a group of friends and relatives. They had travelled by coach from Liverpool, having set off at 5.30 in the morning and were planning to return the same day. ‘But it’s worth it’, she said. ‘I am doing it for my grandchildren. You have to send a message to those in power’. She said she was educating herself in Common Law and how she had recently realised that she did not have to pay some government taxes and that it took real guts to go against the grain, and that her husband was not yet ready for that.

The theme of Common Law and how it can be used to challenge the statute law created by Parliament in the form of legislation has become popular among many of those resisting the Covid 19 regulations.

Once we got into Oxford Street the pace quickened a little. There was more room, the march spread out and energy levels rose. Oxford Street filled with the scent of sage, the noise of whistles, music and chanting; the now usual protest soundscape.

As before, the main chant was ‘FREEDOM’ and this time there was a lot of different types of music coming from various portable sound systems; many people were dancing and singing along. It really felt like the street had been taken over not just but the protest but by the spirit of life itself. The joy of togetherness, the spirit of carnival was palpable and life-affirming.

Two protest regulars are worth mentioning. First was the Hare Krishna group with their impressive portable sound system, their constant chanting and a sizeable group of dancing followers, some of whom I had seen on previous marches. Their contagious energy and spirit got lots of people dancing and chanting along. Some of them must have danced six miles straight. The second regular was a small group of African drummers who come to every protest and stay till the end – in Hyde Park. One of the women with the drummers told me later that as life itself was under attack, her mission was to spread love.

The spirit of celebration grew as we walked. Saturday shoppers, many wearing masks, others with masks on chins, kept to the edge of the street carrying shopping bags. Some stopped and stared at us, took photos, some visibly uncomfortable or looking bemused, stepped out of the way.

The sticker bombing of central London was present everywhere: on bus stops, busses, taxis, on lampposts, shop windows, dustbins etc. The Microsoft shop was singled out for special treatment, with dozens of anti-lockdown stickers on its window whilst masked employees watched cautiously from inside.

The protest continued down south Regent Street Saint James’. There the march came to a standstill, and the reason was obvious.

Part of an entirely separate protest by the music industry, Save Our Scene, that took place the following day, was a large rave lorry, parked next to Vue Cinema with the side facing the road completely open revealing a DJ set. The festival atmosphere was irresistible even for the oldest protestors who, like many others, joined in the pop-up rave in the street and danced for a while before moving on towards Waterloo Place.

There awaited a real treat. Several police cars along the march route were covered in resistance stickers. Here, parked on Waterloo Place was a police van completely covered in stickers from top to bottom, with many leaflets, a copy of the Light Paper and a handwritten colourful note quoting T-Rex, ‘You won’t fool the Children of the Revolution’ behind the wipers, its wing mirrors decorated with blue surgical masks. Many protestors queued to take selfies and photos, like trophies in a battle.

Outside the New Scotland Yard, Piers Corbyn, with a group of supporters, had just finished making a speech. With the slogan ‘Resist, Defy, Do Not Comply’ on his T-shirt, Piers, a popular figure with the resistance movement, was happily shaking hands and posing with passers-by for selfies.

When we reached the Houses of Parliament some protestors threw tennis balls with messages through the rails of the New Palace Yard. This was a controversial action – not adopted by all groups preparing for the protest, seen by some as unnecessarily confrontational.

The protest gridlock

The march continued through Parliament Square, which was at that time occupied by the left-wing People’s Assembly’ rally after its march taking a shorter route at the same time from Portland Place down to Parliament Square. Their rally had a massive screen erected with a powerful sound system next to the stage.

A few hundred attendees were sitting on the grass and milling about with their placards, many made by Socialist Worker Party. Unlike ours, it was a professionally organised, expensive event. Whether it was deliberate or not, this convergence of time and place created some confusion for the people on the anti-lockdown march, resulting in some dropping out of the protest.

As part of the People’s Assembly event, there were pro-Palestinian activists standing on the pavements, handing out leaflets and holding flags. Our march also had a pro-Palestinian presence so some of our protestors sat down on walls to rest, possibly thinking that was the destination of our protest.

To confuse matters even further, an Extinction Rebellion event called ‘Free the Press’ (makes one wonder if that is a coincidence, as well) was also held on that Saturday and as we walked on our way back towards Hyde Park we saw what might have been their party. Again, theirs was a professional set-up including a sound system and a pop-up dance space.

We chatted with one of their activists and swapped leaflets. She seemed well-intentioned and friendly and agreed to check out the work of Cory Morningstar and The Wrong Kind of Green.

We carried on and eventually reached Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, where thousands of the marchers were returning for a picnic and a party. There are online videos showing people still partying there around 9pm. Apparently, later still some activists headed to Clapham Common, south London where ‘Love Camp’ has been set up with young people living in tents, as part of the resistance movement.

The real grassroots

Despite the fact that the anti-lockdown Freedom march leaflets now bear over two dozen logos representing various resistance groups around the country, including A Stand in the Park, Stand Up, Stop New Normal, Save Our Rights, The Freedom Festival, Earth United, Footsoldiers4Freedom and World Freedom Alliance, I am not aware of any major sponsors of the march and there is no evidence of any significant funding behind the protests.

There is no single leadership beyond the organisational role taken by Save Our Rights UK (SORUK) led by Louise Creffield, a growing grassroots movement run by volunteers, focused on defending human rights and civil liberties and on creating a foundation for a real democracy. They coordinate major events and liaise with many smaller grassroots groups, both local and those that function as digital communities.

There are now some familiar faces who walk at the front of the marches. These individuals are frequently harassed by the police and face court cases for breaking the lockdown regulations. Their equipment, however, consists of a modest handheld megaphone.

All the banners, t-shirts, placards etc. are homemade or paid for individually. The sticker bombing campaign, enabled by ready-to-print designs (with instructions how to print them) are made available by The White Rose but printing costs are born by individuals who invest in their own printers and paper.

And yet, it was the anti-lockdown Freedom protest that attracted close to a million from around the country and not the People’s Assembly nor the Extinction Rebellion, both well organised with substantial financial backing.

An Electric Sunday

What the Saturday Freedom protest did for lockdown sceptics, the Sunday’s #FreedomtoDance, the Music Industry’s protest Save Our Scene, did for both awake and not-so-awake young people, aged 17-30. It was a day of exhilarating release of their pent-up energy.

Their march, or rather rave, started at Portland Place outside the BBC then moved along Oxford Street, Whitehall, past Downing Street (where the rave lasted for at least an hour and a half) and ended in Parliament Square, with hundreds of thousands of young people following four vehicles with different DJs: two lorries, a bus and a jeep, all playing different music.

The majority of those attending, in their late teens to mid-twenties, were following the rave lorries, dancing tightly together, singing along, their arms in the air, sharing drinks from bottles and cans, like in the old normal, as if social distancing has not yet been invented; no face masks to be seen. [Video clips credited to Master Gin]

It was an event approved by the police, having gone through rigorous public risk assessment Its route had been pre-planned and agreed with the authorities. A friend who had gone to the rave told me the equipment used was worth a million pounds and in his estimate the turnout was similar in size to the Saturday protest.

Many had been to both events on Saturday and Sunday, others arrived only on Sunday, at first with masks on their chins, committed more to dance than to fighting the lockdown. One of the DJs got the ravers to chant ‘FREEDOM’ as part of her set. Amongst the crowds of happy, laughing and partying youngsters walked the police officers still breathing through their surgical masks.

The rave lasted six hours and just after its official end time when many continued to dance, the police pushed their way into the crowd to end the party. Disappointed, the young dispersed peacefully at around 7pm.

The power of liminality

The weekend of anti-lockdown protests; both the march and the rave, can be seen, following the cultural anthropologist Victor Turner, as a time of liminality, an in-between time of the suspension of ordinary social rules and practices during modern social dramas such as play, sport and political events.

Liminality is a transitionary phase within traditional rituals, in which significant change occurs; a time and space of fluidity and symbolic transformation. It involves separation from the everyday life in which the ordinary rules of social order; categories, meanings, social distinctions, roles and hierarchies, are suspended.

When citizens take to the streets, whether they dance or chant political slogans, their ordinary social roles do not matter, but instead there is a feeling of equality, togetherness and empowerment. The experience of liminal space and time can give a sense of exhilaration, change and heightened sensibility.

For Turner, liminality in modern societies signals a time and space for social change; ‘the realm of pure possibility’: being with thousands of others who validate our perceptions, our knowledge and our reality give us confidence and hope. Attending the march also creates a new sense of identity and belonging – to a new ‘we’; an authentic community of shared values, meaning, priorities, and rituals. And talking of rituals; in a time of state enforced fear of physical contact, greeting with a handshake, smile and a hug, which is a new noticeable practice since lockdown among those who resist, has acquired a new political force.

Whether the Sunday rave was agreed to by the authorities to provide for a controlled release of public frustration by appeasing the young or the creative industry, the fact is, it is not easy to put that genie back into the bottle. Once the young, who had endured the restrictions for so long and who have been denied their right to normal youthful living, have tasted unrestrained sociability and freedom they won’t want to give that up. This life force is not going to sleep.

Their six-hour rave in the streets of London, in mid-Summer, woke up their senses, their joy, their drives and their life force. They may, out of compliance, put their masks on when getting on the train but none of those partying all day in tight crowds and sharing bottles could possibly be afraid of the SARS Cov2 again.

Similarly, the social drama of the anti-lockdown protest needs to be seen as more than a purely political act. There may be limited immediate impact of the anti-lockdown protests on the rest of society; the mainstream media ensure that most people won’t even know they happen. It could be argued that the protests are politically weak. The movement does not have identifiable leaders and the protests do not articulate clear sets of demands (such as END LOCKDOWNS NOW or BAN ALL COVID VACCINES NOW).

Their main slogan, ‘FREEDOM’ is not a demand; the philosophy of anti-lockdown protest is based on the idea that freedom is our human birth right, and that we do not ask for freedom; we take it. ‘FREEDOM’ is a cross between a rallying cry and signature tune of the community of resistance emerging out of thousands of individual experiences of isolation from families, friends, colleagues, workmates and neighbourhoods within the liminal space of the protest.

Their – our – coming together empowers us in this new community and is an attempt to reach out to others still subject to propaganda, to wake them up to the truth.

For some, the lack of clear leadership and demands is a political weakness. And yet the protests are powerful. Each time hundreds of thousands of people take over the streets of London and other cities to call out the lies, the fraud, the medical malpractice, the unnecessary deaths, the economic devastation, the betrayal of the people, a message is sent by the protestors to those in power : ‘We know what you are doing. We know your lies. We know who you are, and we are watching you’.

The corrupt in power armed with their propaganda machine are not afraid of the compliant majority. It is the non-compliant they are afraid of: – the one or two million who come out to or support the protests.

The powerful know that anti-lockdown resistance is equivalent to the French Yellow Vests. They are not protesting for abstract political reasons, they are fighting – peacefully for now – for their lives, their livelihoods, for their children and grandchildren – and they are not going away.

The next events in London are: Sunday 11 July: Wimbledon finals and 11 July: Wembley UEFA EURO 2020 finals, and a major Unite for Freedom march will be held on Saturday 28 August.

can you spare $1.00 a month to support independent media

Unlike the Guardian we are NOT funded by Bill & Melinda Gates, or any other NGO or government. So a few coins in our jar to help us keep going are always appreciated.

Our Bitcoin JTR code is: 1JR1whUa3G24wXpDyqMKpieckMGGW2u2VX

4.8 56 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
265 Comments
newest
oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Koba
Koba
Jul 4, 2021 6:38 PM

The socialists workers party (SWP) has done a great job of turning people away from socialism. But that’s Trotskyists for you.

nab
nab
Jul 4, 2021 6:34 PM

history,
comment image

nab
nab
Jul 4, 2021 7:37 PM
Reply to  nab

Thank you mods. I was a bit concerned there for a minute.

NickM
NickM
Jul 3, 2021 9:28 AM

Between 1 and 2 Million came UNMUZZLED UNTESTED UNVAXXED UNAFRAID to London’s Freedom Weekend; that’s 1% of the British population. Truly heartening to find out that we are not a mere 1 in a 1000 or 1 in 10000 minority as I was beginning to fear.

More heartening signs though this time from a smaller sample; there are more Con-19 sceptics than we thought, or more of them are giving voice. The Saker Vineyard, usually a reliable Leftist Russian Orthodox Truther site, has been putting out tentative articles with a Fake Left slant: Covid-19 is not a bioweapon, and Con-19 is a deadly plague. The editorial was rebutted with scorn by a large majority of Saker’s hitherto loyal readers:

https://thesaker.is/question-for-covid-dissidents-and-anti-vaxxers/

Naturally my own refutation included a plug for OffG:

“President Putin asks in the Saker article: “they (Unbelievers) seem to be grown-up, educated people. I do not know where they are taking this (scepticism of Con-19) from.”

My answer to the Saker: “I believe neither in Con-911 nor do I believe in Con-19. I took my scepticism of Con-911 from Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth. And, to answer President Putin’s question, I took my scepticism of Con-19 from another Truther website: OffGuardian. I recommend to Saker and readers to consult the Archives of this admirable publication, which has sceptical articles by reputable medical practitioners. You can make up your own minds, but there is a solid case against this world wide panic over Covid-19. Their argument may or may not convince you, but they are as objective and scientific as the arguments on AE911Truth.

“China is a very special case. It was the object of a bioweapons attack from the U$A; it was fully prepared for such an attack; and it rolled out a magnificent Civil Defense Program which stopped Covid-19 in record time, enabling the Chinese economy to surge ahead. The other unique aspect of China is its vaccine: Sinovac is a perfectly conventional flu vaccine, as safe as all previous flu vaccines. The Chinese vaccine has low efficacy, because normal flu vaccines have low efficacy.”

**You cannot stop a flu epidemic with a vaccine**.

Flu viruses throw out variants faster than humans can make vaccines. Thank Heaven that the flu — which includes Covid-19 and its variants — is a comparatively light disease (certainly not the ebola it was hyped to be).

So the Chinese vaccine is best: a normal flu vaccine to stop Covid-19 which is a normal Corona flu.

NickM
NickM
Jul 3, 2021 9:57 AM
Reply to  NickM

PS Next safest would be an Adenovirus-vector vaccine such as Sputnik. The adeno virus dies, and no more spike protein is made; just enough to promote immune reaction. Whereas the Oxford jab of naked RNA goes on replicating and shedding spike protein all over the body for yonks.

Fred Crellin
Fred Crellin
Jul 2, 2021 2:47 PM

Hi Guys. Thanks for covering the 10 metre banner. That was my doing. The quote at the bottom was from my son… yes, he’s awake and worked it out himself. Just a quick heads up for the next protest rally…. we are hoping for a bit more focus and with your help, heap a bit of pressure on the govt and msm with a hashtag campaign…. #demandlivedebate . Thanks again. Fred

The Fleecer
The Fleecer
Jul 2, 2021 11:17 AM

!!!

The Fleecer
The Fleecer
Jul 2, 2021 10:37 AM

Release the hounds

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 2, 2021 8:58 AM

“Two men nearby were talking about Nietzsche’s ideas of herd morality”.

Nietzsche said man was a transitional species, the rope across the abyss from the animal to the superhuman. Gosh, doesn’t that sound an awful lot like transhumanism? He took a lovely hidden hand photo too….

“a handwritten colourful note quoting T-Rex, ‘You won’t fool the Children of the Revolution’”.

Look at Marc Bolan’s background (aka Mark Feld). Bolan was supposedly born 30/9/47 which happens to be a 33 encode.

Revolutions devour their children – you think Bolan didn’t know that? It’s one of the biggest dupings of the Left to believe revolutions are a good thing. Revolutions smash up the status quo to usher in the next elite transformation. It’s also an encoded way of saying inversion which makes the Luciferian goal a bit more obvious. Trotskyites and Neo-cons both believe in permanent revolution. The Left/Right paradigm makes them look like opposites – but a true knowledge of how the elite operates reveals that they are just different arms of the same beast.

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 2, 2021 8:20 AM

WSW:

“World Health Organization warns of new pandemic wave ….”

(Struggles to stifle yawn)

“as cases …..”

(Rapidly losing the struggle)

“surge….”

(Oh Jesus Fuck! Not the “S” word!)

“in Europe and….”

(Head nodding down and down and ….)

“….US……………”

(zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…………………………)

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 2, 2021 8:01 AM

I think I’ve sussed it now: it’s a war on going outside. From the Graud:

Nowhere is safe, say scientists as extreme heat causes chaos in US and Canada

Governments urged to ramp up efforts to tackle climate emergency as temperature records smashed

Note how with this one you can’t do anything at all to protect yourself – except stay indoors, presumably with your head in the fridge!

Howard
Howard
Jul 2, 2021 4:05 PM
Reply to  George Mc

You can’t do anything to protect yourself – because of the non-stop climate engineering. The sky is filled with toxic nano-particles (mostly aluminum) which filter down to the ground.

You might breathe a little less of it indoors; but you can’t escape it.

Plus there’s an even darker side to it: the same sky cover that reduces incoming heat also restricts outgoing heat. This is why nighttime temperatures are rising faster than daytime temperatures.

Hele
Hele
Jul 2, 2021 3:16 AM

This is the London I know and Love.
I am so very thankful and relieved to have OffG to run to- after work or out and about- trying to manoeuvre under such insane and oppressive conditions

sandy
sandy
Jul 1, 2021 8:32 PM

Thank you UK… we are jealous in the US.You folks ROCK!!!

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 7:51 PM

Psychic assault from the Graud:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jun/24/pandemic-brain-covid-coronavirus-fog-concentrate

Through the bogus “we” comes a brazenly manipulative piece which claims to be curing the very condition it wishes to reinforce: mind fog.

Thus, the breakdown of mental faculties is described in a way that suggests the malfunction of a complex machine whose graphically outlined labyrinthine sophistication is bound to cause a despairing paranoia.

And once again the mantle of “Science” is donned to cast the desired spell.  

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 2, 2021 8:08 AM
Reply to  George Mc

WEll they don’t want to sacrifice the millions from Gates, in Australia it’s still a 24/7 parade of media ignorantly peddling poison they are too fucking lazy to find out anything about. Like the fact that more people in Australia have been injured and killed by the poison than ever supposedly got covid.

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 6:56 PM

Covid is misdirection. The virus and the vax are not the main issue. The main issue is the softening up of public behaviour into a putty that can be remoulded. Order out of chaos.

And it’s a long-term proposition. We Westerners have the audacity to expect a certain level of security, opportunity and freedom. I’m afraid that is no longer sustainable alongside the rulers’ unavoidable demands for themselves. The juicy crumbs from their table were grudgingly swept out to us as a concession to keep us comfortable and compliant. The crumbs are no longer available under this ruling paradigm.

And so those ever-reliable little perks e.g. affordable trips to exotic places, plethora of glossy consumer goods, all the baroque paraphernalia of a pop culture etc. are now on the verge of extinction as far as the vast majority are concerned.

Naturally, this is not going to happen instantaneously. It will take several generations – although possibly less than you think. What us unthinkable to one generation will become the norm for the next. It’s all about cultural amnesia and the retraining of the herd.

None of which means that it is inevitable. But this is what the ruling class are planning. And the virus and vaccines are just the chosen props for the job.

Only this can explain that curious contradiction between the increasingly threadbare virus story and the increasingly stern restrictions. I went to the dentist today. 6 months ago, I could leave my bag on a chair. This time I had to deposit it in a plastic tub.

Meanwhile the Italian rumblings about refusing entry to English football fans underlines yet again the true aim of all this deception: to introduce an incipient police state to cordon off sectors of the world from “contamination” i.e. entry of the general global mass. The aforementioned contradiction will become more glaring. But that is small comfort. To say that the covid tale will soon lose all credibility is to ignore the glaringly obvious fact that whatever smidgeon of credibility it once had disappeared long ago.

And just when you thought it was sussed, I hear about a mysterious new illness killing off cats. So, what’s that all about?

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 7:16 PM
Reply to  George Mc

The aforementioned contradiction (increasingly obvious bulllshit story backed up by increasingly violent enforcement) will become more pronounced and it makes perfect sense. The more people there are who cotton on, the more the media has to scream horror. And here is the real issue: the most impressionable of the public who are hyperventilating over fear of covid will experience a kind of inner transferal whereby the fear of the bogus virus will switch over to fear of the goon squads enforcing the repression – but all this will be itself repressed. That inner voice of suspicion that covid is shit will become increasingly uncomfortable and demand increasing smothering.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 2, 2021 3:37 AM
Reply to  George Mc

And I think you’re right…it’s not about a virus and it is not about vaccinations. The hysteria around the vaccination being some sort of “kill shot” or time delayed kill shot is agent provocateur stuff. Sure, people have had bad reactions…death even…but that was always gonna be the case. For all anyone knows the actual contents of the vaccines could be old stock they had on the shelf from 2003. Nobody knows. The “vaccines are gonna kill everyone” is propaganda inside propaganda. And A LOT of apparent “truth” types are hawking that for all its worth. To muddy the waters…to add to the chaos, the confusion and terror. But you’re right…the main thing is social engineering and behaviour modification. And most people are goose stepping, tap dancing and marching right along with whatever music’s played, whatever tune the piper plays. Change the environment, change the man. Frankly, I don’t think “we” can have any effect. It’s full spectrum mind fuckery. I consider myself a handful of steps beyond reality 1…the 6 o’clock news reality. But to be a true insider…to have real knowledge of the con would be incredible. After all…real human beings actually sat down and plotted all of this. But apparently they always have.

Aethelred
Aethelred
Jul 2, 2021 9:42 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Vaccinations are the opening to digital ID. Privileges currently denied will be granted to “the vaccinated,” that is, to those carrying the digital proof of vaccination. Once sufficient numbers have adopted this digital ID, corporations and governments will start limiting access to services and locations to ID holders.

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 8:46 PM
Reply to  Aethelred

I agree. But would also say that the ‘vaccine’ ID is just the stalking horse for the administration of government Central Bank Digital Currency universal basic income. Johnson wants the entire world injected by end of 2022. Roll out of CBDC and UBI then, I suspect, once the majority have been viciously coerced into installing their ID app.

Financial chaos and ‘reset’ will then ensue – with the ostensible ‘vaccine’ app updated to function as ID, social credit score and bank access in one. It’s lies within lies, stories within stories…

Thiekbalj
Thiekbalj
Jul 2, 2021 12:37 PM
Reply to  Ooink

Agree with tempering alarmism but it’s also undeniable that their cowardly choice of weapon in this war (one of them) is maiming and murdering people on a daily basis. Graphene and nanotech is not ‘off the shelf from 2003
TFIC are not all powerful, or all knowing. Empire does hold enormous power. But their power is contingent, ALWAYS. In the main turning people’s own good nature against them via this latest incarnation of the spectacle. Even with 16 months of wall to wall propaganda and coercion, Billions of people are not buying it.’. London freedom rally proof of that.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 1, 2021 8:24 PM
Reply to  George Mc

British Columbia has just cancelled their emergency orders

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 2, 2021 3:27 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Yep, that’s about the size of it. I’ve spent the last year + trying to wrap my head around the complicity of the general public, of which, sure, I’m a part. But to be so on board with the 6 o’clock news reality is so odd to me.

Claret
Claret
Jul 1, 2021 6:49 PM

My apologies for posting a BBC link but this I found particularly ridiculous…
The silliness is endless.

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-57667987
Covid: NHS plans booster jab for those 50 and over before winter

The NHS has been given the green light to start planning a Covid vaccine booster programme in the UK ahead of this winter.
A bigger flu season than normal is expected, meaning extra protection against Covid is likely to be needed.
More than 30 million of the most vulnerable should receive a third dose, vaccine experts are advising.
They will include all adults aged 50 and over, and anyone younger who qualifies for a flu jab.
The vaccines are thought to protect most people against serious illness for at least six months, but a lack of data on exactly how long immunity lasts is prompting a safety-first approach.
No decisions have yet been made on which vaccines will be used.
Prof Jonathan Van-Tam, deputy chief medical officer for England, said: “We want to be on the front foot for Covid-19 booster vaccination to keep the probability of loss of vaccine protection, due to waning immunity or variants, as low as possible – especially over the coming autumn and winter.”
He said other respiratory viruses, particularly flu, “will make a comeback” and be an additional problem this winter.“We will need to ensure protection against flu, as well as maintaining protection against Covid-19,” Prof Van-Tam said.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jul 1, 2021 8:08 PM
Reply to  Claret

If vaccines are so useless that they don’t even have usefulness for 12 months, then they are an absolute waste of money.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 1, 2021 8:26 PM
Reply to  Claret

These CHO’s are utterly insane, in Australia now they are dragging med students out to illegally jab people with the experimental jabs

Claret
Claret
Jul 2, 2021 12:14 AM

They’ve been using the army medics to do it here in Europe.
On a more positive note, they’ve started relaxing the regulations here…and a couple of weeks ago in the local supermarket I happened to notice loads of boxes of facemasks in the discount. btw…I have never bought a face-mask and only very rarely ever used one.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 2, 2021 8:10 AM
Reply to  Claret

And not a single MP or doctor has ever explained why just one never found virus needs it’s own ever enveloping rules.

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 2, 2021 8:18 AM
Reply to  Claret

More double-think. We are supposd to forget that flu vanished almost completely by about April 2020, i.e. that there was no 2020/2021 flu season.
https://apps.who.int/flumart/Default?ReportNo=10

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 8:54 PM
Reply to  Claret

It was international policy to stop testing for flu. I also have first hand accounts from two local nurses that all their flu testing equipment was removed in March 2020. They COULDN’T test for flu. Equipment all came back labelled ‘covid’, and only ‘covid’ tests were performed. All the manipulative parasites have to do is restart testing for Influenza. People will test positive for both at the same time. Double the whammy, double the jabs, double the lies… this is a really grand game they’re playing, but it gets boring once you know all the too-obvious rules.

Claret
Claret
Jul 1, 2021 6:44 PM

Thank You very much Joanna for this lovely uplifting report!

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Jul 1, 2021 2:58 PM

This should be the template for how all protests are documented. A joy to read!

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 1, 2021 1:46 PM

We still don’t even know what is in these damn so-called vaxxes.
Given the obvious harmful effects, if I was the CEO of AstraZeneca or any of the others, I would be putting sterile saline solution into those stupid jabs, in the hope that the predictable death toll would stop before the general public comes for my scalp.

Perhaps the pharmathugs are actually doing that – of course nobody would even tell us.

Iceland’s Chief Infectious Disease Officer joyfully got his second AstraZ jab yesterday – with lots of TV coverage of his great bravery in not flinching, and commenting like a six-year-old that it didn’t hurt a bit…
This usually dour man looked genuinely happy, so I can only assume that he has spent the last 16 months NOT doing any of the research into the origins of this farcedemic which we and all those protesters have been doing for him.

He seriously doesn’t know what’s going on – which is probably why he is in a position of such influence…

elsewhere
elsewhere
Jul 1, 2021 6:05 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Interesting find: Analysis of vaccination vial confirms presence of graphene nanoparticles
https://www.orwell.city/2021/06/graphene-oxide-in-vaccination-vials.html?m=1

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Jul 2, 2021 1:20 PM
Reply to  elsewhere

Interesting, because some time ago Alison McDowell suggested we look out for graphene in these injections.

Claret
Claret
Jul 2, 2021 12:05 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Maybe the injections are just glorified flu-shots (which also have a low efficacy rate) The US Army have been fckin around trying to develop a ‘flu-shot’ since the 1940’s.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 2, 2021 3:51 AM
Reply to  Claret

I’m sure they put zero time into formulating a cutting edge, highly researched vaccine. It’s probably just some old goop they have had on the shelves for years and years. That would be more in line with reality.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2021 2:52 PM
Reply to  Ooink

That would make sense, although it wouldn’t help any ‘new robotic normal’ agenda they might be pushing…

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2021 3:16 PM
Reply to  Claret

Or they’re just full of diluted piss.
Who would know the difference…?
As far as they’re concerned, the money is real.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 2, 2021 8:11 AM
Reply to  wardropper

None of the Australian media have any brains Scummo the PM is still out in his Australian face nappy and quarantining after having his jabs, Theatre upon theatre

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 2, 2021 8:31 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Of 44 vaccines tested, inorganic contaminants not listed as ingredients included; Lead, Aluminum, Tungsten, Calcium chloride, Silicon, Gold, Silver, Zirconium, Nickel, Copper, Magnesium, Titanium, Iron, Chromium, Stainless Steel, Hafnium, Cerium, Antimony, Bismuth, Strontium and Platinum. The quantity of foreign bodies detected and, in some cases, their unusual chemical compositions baffled us. The inorganic particles identified are neither biocompatible nor biodegradable. The only vaccine free from inorganic contamination was the only veterinary one. Particles of the size often observed in vaccines can enter cell nuclei and interact with the DNA. -Dr Antoinett Gatt et al., Medcrave (Int. Jour. of Vaccines & Vaccination 2017-01-23
http://medcraveonline.com/IJVV/IJVV-04-00072.pdf

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Jul 2, 2021 11:34 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Some are lucky to get saline injections. The real stuff probably degrades and becomes less lethal and spares others. But the numbers killed and maimed are high and growing.

Nottheonly1
Nottheonly1
Jul 1, 2021 1:20 PM

Congratulations. This is the way to go. In Uruguay, people had no time for such gathering. There was an important Futbol game on TV.

But coincidentally, there are two news hat will go around the globe like a tsunami:

1) “Rumsfeld dead at 88”.

2) “War Criminal and Cheerleader for Torture Rumsfeld dead at 88”.

The good news is that he is finally dead. And to think about how many people will celebrate his croaking, should give a moment to ponder what kind of energy that must be. In the end, his death is also Karma for what he did to Hussein and Gaddafi and countless others – all dragged into this murder for profit program by psychopathic fascists that give an absolutely flying fuck about anybody that is not needed to further their standing, enhance their career, or augment their bank accounts.

Good riddance to the Oberfaschist Rumsfeld and tell Hitler that “ya’ll go and fuck yourselves forever in the same agony and pain you have inflicted.”

Really much too bad that the fascist pig did not die before the London demonstrations for democracy.

That would have created a celebration flash mob mankind would never be forgetting.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2021 3:10 PM
Reply to  Nottheonly1

Of course his death is no karma at all.
He would have croaked if he had been St. Francis of Assisi.
That’s the annoying thing about it for those of us who would like to see karma pull its socks up and act a little more swiftly…
But not even Jesus, who knew wickedness when He saw it, led us to expect the ‘mighty’ to fall just like that…

Penny
Penny
Jul 1, 2021 1:09 PM

Hey again!
Health Canada attached two warnings to the Covid vaccines yesterday. The day before Canada Day holiday. One in the morning for something called capillary leak syndrome, BUT, last night the the most important warning, of the two, came against Moderna and Pfizer (mRNA vaxx) For the inflamed hearts, potentially deadly, being caused by the two mRNA vaxxes (genetic therapy/biologics) one media outlet covered the warning and no one else. Save for myself. As of this morning only CTV has covered this here in Canada. Not even our own CBC has deigned to cover this important news
Help me get this out, please?

Health Canada Issues Yet Another Covid Vaccine Warning- Pfizer and Moderna: Inflamming Hearts Globally

The short-term data available has shown that the adverse effects were “typically (but not always) mild and treatable,” Health Canada said. The health agency added that Canadian data is expected to evolve as more people in these populations are vaccinated. Data on long-term outcomes is not available yet.

Penny
Penny
Jul 1, 2021 1:14 PM
Reply to  Penny

stand corrected CBC has finally reported on the news.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 1, 2021 6:47 PM
Reply to  Penny

I think it means killing off the platelets which are the main defence mechanism of the body against invaders

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 2, 2021 8:13 AM
Reply to  Penny

Yet Canada did their PCR’s on 40-45 like the rest of the world and the only deaths were murdered old people like the rest of the west, so why are the young who are at no risk at all being jabbed

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 12:39 PM

If anyone wants more info please respond.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 12:38 PM

Post continued.

Article (39) No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any other way, nor will we proceed with force against him, or send others to do so, except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land.
 
The legal profession have a vested interest in keeping certain aspects of the way in which cases are organised and brought before the courts. They have a secret language called legalese and only they are trained in the use of this language.
 
The same can be said for the word Law, when spoken it sounds the same as the word law so what is the difference? You should be able to notice that the two words are spelt differently. One version is spelt with a lower case l, and the other with an upper case L.
 
The word law refers to the law of the land or real law or natural law or Gods law and is always spelt with a lower case l, as in lawful, law is for people of the land.
 
The word Law refers to the Common Law or Judge made Law or Administrative Law or any Legal Law and Legal Law is for Citizens of the State. We must digress to Titles.
 
Government.
 
Govern means to administer a set of rules over an entity.
 
Ment means of the mind.
 
You can also now enter the world of commerce because all commerce is Government regulated and by using the Citizen legal fiction you can now enter the world of commerce through your new title of Mr Citizen, Mr John Doe.
 
 
 Now to revisit Magna Carta 1215.
 
Articles 56, 57, and 58.
These were included for the benefit of Welshmen in recognition of the part played by King Llewelyn of Wales laying siege to Shrewsbury in aid of the Barons War against King John.
 
Article 56.
If we have disseised or removed Welshmen from lands or liberties, or other things, without the legal judgment of their peers in England or in Wales, they shall be immediately restored to them; and if a dispute arise over this, then let it be decided in the marches by the judgment of their peers; for tenements in England according to the law of England, for tenements in Wales according to the law of Wales, and for tenements in the marches according to the law of the marches. Welshmen shall do the same to us and ours.
 
From article 56 it can be seen that the law of England is quoted and earlier in Article 39 the law of the land is quoted.
 
The charter was written in Latin and legalis or legal pertains to the law. There was a Welsh law and the Marches law but no “common law”. We will now rattle forward to the modern day.
 
The Administration of Law. Civil Jurisdiction.
 
This is an all encompassing term and you would think that this would mean that the Law is being Administered. The Judge is acting as a minister in church and a solicitor will recite a prayer to the minister. All the actors are on stage, all occupying an office. You are there as a ward of the court because you were awarded your status of Citizen by the Government so you can contract with the court. But all this is happening in the ficticious realm between titles and office holders. You are not required to speak nor can you.
 
None of the oaths of office are for you now because you have changed your capacity from a man of the people to that of the Citizen of the Government. You are now surrounded by members of a Private Club and they know what is unfolding but you do not.
 
The Judge asks “Is Mr John Doe here and your solicitor answers yes” and your case starts. You are now in a business meeting and waiting to be served up on a platter and pay, its what you are there for. No protections left, no Magna Carta to invoke for a jury of your peers and no one to complain to. If only you had known what really goes on in court.
 

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 12:35 PM

An even handed article more of them please.

But for one exception, the writer does not know what the common law is. Nor do the so called experts. Be careful what you ask for, particularly when you do not know what you are asking for.

The UK Column team, in their series A Dissidents Guide to the Constitution, do not know either. I have the greatest respect for the UK Column and the work that they do but the common law, or Common Law is a nebulous subject and beyond their understanding.
 
The British Constitution is not written down in one document, the following is how to claim your British Constitutional Rights at law.
 
I have established my rights, as a man of the people under contract.
 
 This capacity, as a man of the people, has been recognised by the Judiciary and is the only capacity that enables the terms and conditions embodied in the Oaths of Office to be observed.
 
By taking the Oath of Office, it is in the nature of a general offer of contract, the Oaths of Office are taken to God and the people.
 
Prime Oath of Office, to Govern.
 
The coronation Oath of Office was taken by Elizabeth Windsor, acting in the capacity as QUEEN ELIZABETH the SECOND. This title was the entitlement of the dead kings first child. Although assuming the title QUEEN ELIZABETH the SECOND no power to “govern” was devolved at that time.
 
That can only come at the coronation event.
 
For the formation of a contract certain conditions must exist. One of which must be an offer and acceptance.
 
By accepting the Oath of Office, offered to the people assembled in Westminster Abbey on the coronation day, the contract is established, between QE ll and the people assembled there that day. The protections that can be claimed are to be governed “according to our laws and customs” and the “Scriptures” contained in the bible.
This is how we pass our consent to be Governed.
 
Second Oath of Office, Judicial.
 
To occupy the Office of Judge the Judicial Oath must be taken.
To have the power to adjudicate cases brought before Her Majesties Courts and Tribunal Service there are protections embodied in this Judicial Oath of Office for the people.
 
The Oath is taken to God and the people. The Oath taker agrees to protect the people without “fear, favour affection or ill will”. To claim these protections an acceptance has got to be made to the Oath taker, usually in the Room referred to as a courtroom.
 
By claiming as a man of the people and accepting the Oaths of Office of QE ll and the Oath of Office of the Judge both sets of protections are then available.
 
This is the British Constitution.
 
We exchange our consent to be governed for the protections in the Coronation Oath. We allow or consent for a Judge to be an adjudicator in exchange for the protections in the Judicial Oath.
 
As a man of the people you are entitled to accept the Oaths to enable the protections to be claimed via the Judge. In fact, the Oaths are in the nature of Trust Oaths and you claim as beneficiary to these Trust Oaths at law.
 
Magna Carta 1215 is also a trust law document and can be considered as the foundational law which draws its authority from trust law.
 
 
I have studied many and various sources of information that has enabled me to arrive at my conclusions.
 
Starting in 1997 with the Financial System I moved to study the law in 2010 after a judge refused a perfectly good defence to an action brought against my company by a bank.
 
That is what prompted me to start my quest to establish how and why we can no longer expect to be treated as we would want to be treated, within the legal framework.
 
The whole system of “courts” within the United Kingdom is not what the vast majority of people think of as courts. Most are unable to follow the legislation and Rules of Court, to say nothing about that oft quoted expression the “Rule of Law”.
 
This is no accident and the complexity is not modified by Judges decisions and reasons given for their judgements. A legal team would seem to be the best way forward for anyone contemplating defending or bringing an action before Her Majesties Courts and Tribunal Service.
 
This of course means that you are unable to speak in the courtroom as your legal team are there to speak for you. The claimant team and the defence team all hold BAR cards [British Accredited Registry] to enable them to work in the court and gain an audience with, the adjudicator judge.
 
The Judge also holds a BAR card and all will be Freemasons. This is all within the legal framework of the Administration of Justice. To say that you will be treated as you would want to be treated is to believe in the tooth fairy.
 
No one claims your rights for you as you are the only one that can do that in the way that I outlined in my previous post.
 
The protections within the Oaths of Office are there for a reason. To protect us when we pass our “consent” to be governed.
This is under the “law” not the legal framework and to be claimed when needed.
 
There is a world of difference between legal matters and lawful matters. Legal is for citizens and law is for people.
 
Citizens are awarded benefits by the State, the UNITED KINGDOM and can be taken away.
 
However people have unalienable rights granted by God of the King James Bible and cannot be removed without our informed consent.
 
This is why Great Britain and Northern Ireland, as a Christian Nation, is under God and that is why the Oaths of Office are taken under the higher jurisdiction Gods law and the higher jurisdiction of the people and the peoples law which is natural law.
 
Both these jurisdictions are superior to the legal framework of the Administration of Justice jurisdiction and is the bedrock of the
 
The British Constitution of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

I would make the following comments in respect of the “common law”, and draw upon my courtroom experiences.
 
To unravel the subject matter is no mean task. The panel are attempting to put into context the passage of 900 years of development of the law. Starting at the beginning, shall we say the Charter of Liberties 1100AD.
 
The Charter of Liberties was a political device of Henry 1. It was designed to smooth the passage of his claim to the English throne because of the discontent brought about by the way his brother William ll ruled when he was King of England.
 
Henry was the fourth son of William 1, Duke of Normandy. His brother William ll, King of England was killed in a hunting accident and with brother Robert away on the first Crusade Henry claimed the English throne.
 
His nickname was Beauclerk because he could write and speak Latin and, more importantly, had a knowledge of English law. William 1 was an admirer of the laws of Edward the Confessor and after the abuses of brother William ll, Henry 1 wanted to revert to his fathers law.
 
The charter granted a number of concessions to the Church and to His Earls and Barons and smoothed the way for his acceptance to the throne. At that time there would have been Roman Church Canon Law and the Feudal land law organised by custom and right.
 
This land law became known as the law of the land and is featured in The Magna Carta of 1215.
 
Post to continue.
 

gordan
gordan
Jul 1, 2021 1:05 PM

courts are maritime admiralty
run by the temple bar pirates

everything is unidroit contract holy see

law of the sea

the stone of scone was stolen in 1950
the queens words deceit decption
breach of contract

a fraud

all fiction colour of law
bad acts become real with consent
never understand

never consent
ucc 1-308
non assumpsit
all rights reserved

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 2, 2021 3:39 PM
Reply to  gordan

Who do you reserve your rights with? What makes you reserve your rights with any entity? your rights are immutable if “claimed” in the right way.

The operation of cases can be in any way or under any rules or law that has been agreed between the parties.

It is the presumptions and assumptions during the operation of the case that needs to be examined closely, after accepting the oaths.

After establishing your rightful place as grantor and beneficiary of your authority to adjudicate the case, this authority is then passed to the oath taker via the terms and conditions contained in the oath. This makes the judge trustee.

You establish this by understanding how your authority is used, under grant [to the oath taker] and what protects the beneficiary[you] under the rules of trust.

I understand your confusion.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 3, 2021 12:31 PM

I thought that you might have something to say about my postings, cat got your tongue?

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 2:03 PM

Not sure why you’re getting down voted. This “kind” of detail is what people need to investigate. I’ve read a lot of similar outlines. But nothing clear as a bell. The system is not supposed to be clear to peasants like me, of course.

I always come back to this: I can reserve all my rights…understand no contract, enter into no contract. But that will not prevent corporations like supermarkets from demanding I wear a mask, sign in etc etc as is their policy.

It would not save me from being found guilty if I shot someone. By extension…if I broke a lesser law such as not wearing a mask, just saying “I don’t contract with you” like it is some kind of get out of jail free card, is not going to work.

So…how does it work?

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 1, 2021 6:27 PM
Reply to  Ooink

So…how does it work?

A better question would be, does it work? And where are the examples.

It’s just been highlighted how the legal system is bent, how it’s minions are bent, you can research until the cows come home, you can present the best common law arguments in the history of law, and still end up in Gaol, as Mike Dobson did ~2011

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 1, 2021 6:39 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

got the name wrong, Mike Dobson was the Preston Cannabis club chap, not the chap I’m thinking of.

The chap I’m thinking of was from Liverpool, after much research and support from people like Roger Hayes he tried the freeman defense, After the banks ‘reposessed’ his home plod searched it, found something on his computer that was something to do with instructions to make fireworks, even though the judge acknowledged the file haddn’t even been opened since it was downloaded years prior, he still sent him down for years on terrorism charges.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 9:56 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

The “freeman defence” is as miss guided as it is abused. I have demonstrated that my approach is based at law and not the Common Law.

There is a lot more to explain about capacity and trust law that ties the claimant, defendant, and beneficiary to the defendant under the protection of trust law.

Berry
Berry
Jul 7, 2021 1:04 AM

Could you spell it out for us?

There’s a lot of palaver about common law and trusts these days. What is real? If you could point us to some solid cases, we might have a chance.

Or is this just another red herring?

So hard to tell what’s real anymore.

But in case you’re a real, human, compassionate being, thank you.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 9, 2021 12:02 PM
Reply to  Berry

And thank you Berry,
As you say there is a lot of palaver surrounding the common law. I have not found any hard evidence that the common law actually exists today.

I will spell out what you need to know.

This explanation covers contract rules, trust rules, capacity rules, all under the law of the land. Go back to Magna Carta 1215. This is the only version in its complete form and quotes different types of law that can be used at court in those days. No one ever reads the complete document so start there and read the complete document.

Now you know the types of law that was used. Make notes.

Now for trusts,

I have direct court experience and can provide documentary evidence of a result in the County Court after accepting the oath of office. By accepting the judicial oath of office, as a man of the people [this is the capacity that you must use to accept the oath] then the protections embodied in the office are available to be claimed.
I proceed under the law of the land, this is also most important as this brings in Magna Carta 1215. It is the peoples authority that is passed to QE ll, the authority to govern. Accept this oath of office as a man of the people and the protections are available to be claimed.

We, as people, “trust” the Queen and her Judges to deal with us as per the terms of the oath of office of the Queen and the terms embedded in the Judicial oath. We grant our authority to adjudicate under conditions, so we make a conditional acceptance and if this “trust” is broken our authority is automatically withdrawn and the “Trust” dissolved. We are the Grantor, the corpus is our trust, we claim the position of Beneficiary which makes the Queen, Her Government HMG and Her Judiciary Trustees.

There are three positions to be filled when a trust comes into operation, Grantor who grants a trust, Beneficiary, who receives from the trust the general good that the trust was set up for the beneficiary to receive, and Trustee who has a duty to ensure that the Beneficiary does not receive any harm, only good, or goods.

A trust comes into being when the conditions for a trust are met. Download the oaths of QE ll, Judicial oath, Magistrates oath, Constables oath, oath of Allegiance to QE ll for the civil service.

These are all trust oaths. Study the wording and it will become apparent who fills the various positions in a trust and what is being passed under the trust.

Capacity, in what capacity are you operating under? as a man of the people, as a citizen of the State, as a bus driver, as a passenger, as a civil servant. here are many different capacities to consider.

The oaths are taken to the people under god. The higher authority of the people and the higher authority of God. There are no protections for a citizen mentioned as a citizen is not a people.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 9:48 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

See above

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 2, 2021 9:35 AM

Have you expanded on this principle anywhere Laurence?
Do you have an example where this approach has helped you win against the system? (I see the link you provided to JAH, but you say your approach is different, also the stuggle JAH endured is a risk factor not to be taken lightly)

It sounds similar to the approach taken by Michael O’B. I met Michael in Derby at the first FMOTL gathering years ago, I have a lot of respect for him, but knowing the level of research and depth of knowledge required, not to mention the years of struggle he endured, I’m not sure it’s an approach, or level of risk, open to the average person.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 9, 2021 12:49 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

This has nothing to do with FMOTL.

My approach is by Duties and Responsibilities under the rules of Trust and Capacity to Contract.

gordan
gordan
Jul 1, 2021 6:29 PM
Reply to  Ooink

policy is like guidance like rules like acts statutes
become real with your consent
trickery word craft babylon deception

show me the law
the law
not legal fictions

everything is contract you are a slave

they need to create joinder
without contract they have nothing

you are sovereign a king unique.

i enter your chambers and say oii you wanker
make me a cup of tea
and you run off towards the kettle

who is the king now

consent contract verbal or signature is all that is needed

if you do not reserve your rights you do not have any

under duress
ucc 1-308
all rights reserved
non assumpsit

the power is within

you will still get arrested but if you reserve your rights early
and do not communicate with peace man they cannot charge you by making a charge.

when police man says do you understand always say no
i will not contract with you today constable
do not give your name never answer
never understand
never sign your name unless you also put under duress or all rights reserved
you could even put 3 dots …
before signature
the police the courts everything needs contract
reserve your rights at all times

subject matter jurisdiction is the key

they wrote an old song about it about admiralty

beyond sea

somewhere beyond the sea somewhere bobby darren
kevin spacey  
reserved his rights
ucc 1-308

never employ a man or woman of the bar they be agents of the court
refuse return to sender all presentments

bills in the post
days of grace
3 days you have
or adhesion contract kicks in

please verify this
return to sender on the face and the back
do not sign it

no law for masks just guidance ask to see the law
ask to see a contract in wet ink that you signed with the chief executive of the supermarket

if you make me tea when i call you wanker
if you understand a police mans charges
you are a slave certainly not sovereign

ucc 1-308
without prejudice non assumpsit

Berry
Berry
Jul 6, 2021 10:29 PM
Reply to  gordan

Hard to follow your thoughts here, bud. That’s the same with all the writers on trust law, common law, sovereignty – they won’t spell it out. I wonder whether it’s all a red herring.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 9, 2021 12:11 PM
Reply to  Berry

My approach is not a red herring.

I have the court experience to back it up with witnesses and transcripts. I have helped several people to unexpected results. Read all my posts on this thread and ask me questions.

-CO
-CO
Jul 1, 2021 8:55 PM
Reply to  Ooink

A good introduction to common law is provided by John Smith’s videos if they are still up on YouTube. If not there is one on the Common Law Court website and info on the CL, Court cases etc. Also see the introductory video by the late John Harris entitled ‘It’s an Illusion’ they hopefully will get you started Ooink.

There’s plenty of material around if you know where to look.

Also, you have to be careful when applying CL principles without having a proper grounding when dealing with the police or the courts etc.

However, the CL can be effectively applied when you know how without ending up in one of their corrupt Courts!

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 9, 2021 12:21 PM
Reply to  -CO

There is no common law only Common Law. Judge made Common Law.

To institute any other court besides the HMCTS can be done but not under common law, this is confused with ancient land law, this law grew out of custom and usage and was not written.

Statutory rules of society is not law. However if the parties to a case want to agree it is law then the case proceeds as if the rules had become law for them.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 9:42 PM
Reply to  Ooink

The proposition is quite simple in that, any case brought against the people

why would we [the people] give unfettered authority to adjudicate complaints against us, to anyone without knowing how they propose to treat the people when adjudicating.

why do occupants of the Judicial Office [oath takers ] need to take an oath to the people under God

because the oath takers need our authority, so they offer the terms and conditions that is binding on them and cannot be breached.

we trust the oath takers to be bound by the T and Cs but if these are breached then the trust we placed on the oath taker is broken and the our authority to adjudicate is withdrawn and the judge must recuse himself.

Downvotes are the gatekeepers, this information is truthful, logical and must be challenged by them or it stands as truth.

This is not an attempt to unseat the system and give everyone a free get out of jail card, as this can not be done.

But it is my attempt to explain the relevant importance of the oaths of office and why they are taken. The oath takers know how this works but most people do not.

You have a right to state your interpretation of the words used, after accepting the two oaths of office. I have been through most of the courts and accepted the oaths of office and not once have I been threatened with contempt or in any way miss treated.

jahtruth.net shows how John Anthony Hill used his knowledge of history and the bible to plead against the Judges authority and won the case.
I have my own case successes to build on and I am currently defending an action in the Magistrates Court.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 1, 2021 10:21 PM

https://mtrial.org/bringdownqe2

This link works pleadings and result. JAH approach is different from mine but with the same net result.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 2, 2021 11:16 AM

Was the deciding factor in the JAH case anything to do with pleading against the Judges authority? I recall it was decided by jury trial, after viewing his film (7/7 ripple effect) they decided he had done the right thing and found him not guilty of perverting the course of justice.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 2, 2021 3:05 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

The big difference, of course, was the declaration that QEll had broken her Oath of Office and had lost the authority to govern.

In addition it was stated for the record that the Judge had lost his authority and although the Judge disagreed, it was also stated for the record that the Judge could not judge his own cause.

The evidence supported the charge against JAH.

The Administration of Justice and the general running of the HMCTS does not concern itself with morals so although the charge was supported by the evidence, the jury applied common sense and returned a not guilty verdict.

The legal profession do not want the people to know that the jury has a right to enter a verdict that is morally right as opposed to statutorily right.

This is known by the courts as a “perverse verdict”.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 2, 2021 5:52 PM

I disagree the evidence supported the charge, Corbett interviewed him back in the day (just prior to the final court show) he was arguing he was supplying evidence of treason & the innocence of the alledged bombers etc. It was the prosecution showed the video to the jury, they (prosecution) even admitted after the trial the film was so convincing as to change minds (or similar wording).

I don’t think any of the oath or coronation stone stuff had any bearing on the case at all, even if it was entered into the record it set no presidents.

I asked above but you may have missed it: Have you expanded on this principle anywhere Laurence? [your approach]
Do you have an example where this approach has helped you win against the system?

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 2, 2021 8:25 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

I did answer and give you a comprehensive answer quoting more relevant details. However Admin indicated that it was pending and have since not allowed the post.

The question that is posed is why?

My answer to you included a quoted case of mine and proof by transcript of the proceedings.

Are the admin assistants Gatekeepers? when they deny the truth that is exactly what they are.

Post to admin and make a complaint, ask them to allow my posting or indicate why I, and you are being denied our right to freedom of speech and expression.

This is not the first time my posts have been supressed.

Far too much truth in my postings for the establishment. I will be interested to see how you get on.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 2, 2021 8:39 PM

As far as JAH is concerned the pleadings ruled the case.

Read the pleadings and understand the importance of the what is taking place.

The solemnity of the coronation oath cannot be cast aside as some ancient ceremony with only antiquated meanings.

You must understand that everything is carried out under contract.

But to establish your true and real standing, in relation to all the contracts offered,

and the role that you can play under trust rules

as a result of the trusts so created,

then you will be forever in the dark.

The Gatekeepers rule or try to.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 2, 2021 9:19 PM

You obviously have not read the pleadings.

The charge was “Perverting the Course of Justice” by the posting to the Judge and the Foreman of the Jury, a video, made by JAH, offering fresh information.

This was not denied, the evidence supported the charge.

It was the content of the video that revealed that the official story couldn’t be true and that the three Asian men, alleged by the prosecution to have been scouting for the bombers were not guilty.

So is it a right or duty to provide evidence to the Court to stop an injustice?

After watching the video the jury adopted the view that, indeed the video would change someone’s view or opinion based on the evidence contained in the video, as the Foreman of the jury remarked that,

” the truth has a habit of doing that”

and returned a not guilty verdict, known as a perverse verdict because the evidence supported the charge.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 3, 2021 7:25 AM

Thanks for taking the time to respond. I think we’d agree in the JAH case it is both a duty and a right.

It seems some posts just “disapear” from the spam folder, I’ve lost 2 in as many months, and I’ve seen other posters with similar claims, tho not very often. After protesting about this Admin have claimed the spam folders are regularly checked and there were no posts from the injured parties in the spam folder. We’re expected to just accept this as a fact of life without “getting too excited” as it “just happens sometimes”. I don’t doubt the admins word tbh, in the few months I’ve been reading here there are few subjects deemed unfit, however the experience has left me with a lingering thought some admins/techs may be more equal than others.

I’m interested in your aproach, I’ll just have to assume it’s similar to that taken by Michael O’B. who has also used trust laws, overcomming the inherant barriers and risks that would prevent the average person from adopting the aproach.

Good luck with your ongoing search for justice.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 3, 2021 12:24 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

Why do you think that admin suppress my posts? Is it because they are untruthful?

I have been posting for over twenty years, and not once has anything been proved to be inaccurate.

ADMIN answer my critique of your loyalties, who took the decision to censor my post.

Who amongst you works for the MAN. Nothing is truly lost.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 9, 2021 12:44 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

I believe MOB uses solicitors I do not. That is the difference and I have followed his information for many years and agree with his general direction in respect of trusts.

-CO
-CO
Jul 3, 2021 10:42 AM
Reply to  ImpObs

How can it????

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 3, 2021 12:05 PM
Reply to  -CO

how can it what? win against the system?

I dunno, ask Laurence.

I dunno if it’s similar to MOBs aproach, that’s something to do with putting everything into a Trust, becomming the sole beneficiary so they can’t come after your assets if you lose. His win involved a case against a bent solicitor in a conspiracy with a bent bank manager that nicked his fathers properties, also involving a corrupt judge, but it took him 10 years! He also lost when acting as a McKenzie friend for Tom Crawford, watch his film The Great British Mortgage Swindle for more info on that.

My experiences with it all is you have to become a legal expert, and a full time administrator. I took on the local council over something pretty inconsiquential (dog lead laws) it went on for almost 12 months, my legal pack was over 8″ thick, to cut a long story short they pretty much ignored it, tho they did capitulate enough to designate a lead free dog exercise area that’s also a cycle path, imagine exercising your dog on the tour de France route, that’s what we ended up with, that’s my ‘victory’ (lol) only cost me a LOT of time and stress. They’ll look pretty stupid when someone’s injured there tho.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 3, 2021 12:25 PM
Reply to  -CO

???? I will answer you please pose a question.

Asymmetric
Asymmetric
Jul 1, 2021 10:54 PM
Reply to  Ooink

Go to Youtube, type in British Constitution Group, look for the name John Bingley: who will give you a rundown on Magna Carta 1215. About an hour long. Published around 2014. Worth every second of your time. See if you can find stuff by Guy Taylor, (RIP), Karl Lenz is another to hear on the subject of your Rights. There are many more, Type in ‘FCO 301048’, to see how the Heath government ‘shoe-horned the UK into Europe. Then there is the ‘Barons petition to the Queen’, (2001), which went unanswered, and subsequently evoked Article 61 of Magna Carta 1215, (AKA Lawful Rebellion). NB, MC 1215 is not parliamentary legislation, MC 1215 is a Treaty between the people and the monarch of the moment, King John. Parliament did not exist at this period, and as they did not create the Charter they cannot Repeal it. I understand that Art. 61 is still extent. My 1st information on Common Law I received via UKC back in 2011 or thereabouts, they must have an archive of much of this material. For PCN’s see > https://boevat.org.uk/ <.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 2, 2021 4:15 AM
Reply to  Asymmetric

Where does Thomas Hobbes and his social contract come into things in this day and age?

Asymmetric
Asymmetric
Jul 2, 2021 9:42 AM
Reply to  Ooink

“Where does Thomas Hobbes and his social contract come into things in this day and age?” Through your front door after breaking it down. Also known as “Devine right of Rulers”, or Police State.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 2, 2021 11:53 AM
Reply to  Asymmetric

Yes. Hobbes basically outlines a “protection racket” model. You give us all your consent and all the authority…and we promise not to hurt you too much.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 2, 2021 4:06 PM
Reply to  Asymmetric

A good resource, thanks.

A “minor treaty” as Sir William Blackstone put it. MG 1215 was the only lawful document and endures under law. All other versions after 1225 were crystalized in the 1297 version, since butchered under statute.

Statute is not law. Simples.

Please read my previous posts today.

Laurence James Howell
Laurence James Howell
Jul 9, 2021 12:38 PM
Reply to  Asymmetric

Thank you,

this is a resource I have not seen before. I need to study the information, it is vast. I have opened the Banking file and it looks as though it will provide the information not generally known to many.

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 10:19 PM
Reply to  Ooink

As I comprehend it, shooting someone is a crime in law, but wearing a mask is not a ‘lesser law’. It is a piece of legislation. One way to tell the difference is that shooting someone does not incur a fine, but potential physical punishment (incarceration). Not wearing a mask potentially incurs a fine.

(A fine is set, administered and put into the coffers of the corporation, for which a police officer is a ‘policy enforcement officer’)

A supermarket can set its own rules unless they break disability and equality discrimination acts, or the law. If you wanted to get into a debate with them, you would have to claim that their policy (masks) would cause you harm.You would provide your own risk assessment for use against theirs (which they won’t have done and which you would easily win due to overwhelming evidence).

That’s ‘I don’t consent, because…’

If facing a fine, you could also go the ‘conditional acceptance’ route, and give a written statement that you will absolutely consent to wearing a mask (for example) if the following can be provided: research, risk assessments, mitigation of potential harms, proof of asymptomatic infectiousness for a virus etc etc.

That’s ‘I will consent, if…’

But I think ‘pick your battles’. Your word “exempt” is enough. All humans are “exempt” from the mask policy. I go in, use the single word ‘exempt’ if they ask, get my goods, get out of there. I’m saving my energy and stress for when they demand more than a piece of plastic fabric over my face.

But the word ‘exempt’ does indicate consent and contract.

The recent case of a 12 year old taking her school to court over masks, with the help of Simon Dolan’s lawyer, illustrates that well. She had already claimed exemption. Therefore, the case was thrown out. You can’t argue potential harm if you have already claimed exemption (and hence, technically, contracted). I personally feel her lawyers should have realised that instantly, before they started, and the case – potentially powerful – did more harm than good. Just my opinion.

‘I don’t contract with you’ would apply to interactions with the police. They can only give a fine for non-mask wearing. They won’t get involved if you state you are exempt, but have been given the power (by ministerial decree) to ask what your exemption is (supermarkets cannot).

But from my research the best way to not contract with the police is to establish first that they are under their oath as constables (that is, NOT police officers), then to answer all questions with a question, not answer any question, not give your name or address, to ask repeatedly if they have reasonable grounds to believe that you are breaking an actual law, and what that law is, and to be polite at all times.

The public health ‘infectious disease’ stuff that they can quote was actually meant to give magistrates a way of handling an infectious person who is a danger to others. For example, somebody with extreme symptomatic TB refusing point-blank to go to hospital, and going into crowded places and coughing blood on people, etc.

HOWEVER, ‘infectiousness’ must be proved. The government and judiciary know this, and therefore such a case involving C-19 would never get to court. It has the power to bust open the whole scam, and therefore cannot be ALLOWED to get to court. This happened in Portugal when German tourists stuck there were deemed by the court to be illegally quarantined, due to the inability of the PCR test to determine C-19 infection.

I personally am okay with actual common law that says ‘don’t kill someone’, and I find it acceptable to be held accountable if I were to do something like that. Common law is basic common sense and respect. Legislation is something else, and that is where comprehending ‘contracting’ and ‘creating joiner’ comes in.

Anyway, that’s what I’ve concluded from my research. It’s a lifetime’s study, I think!

WilliamC
WilliamC
Jul 1, 2021 12:03 PM

It was a terrific march. Passionate, angry, joyful and diverse. It was lovely being around real human beings. I later found out from Peter Tatchell that it was a far-right affair. Just goes to show, you never can tell with the far-right these days – masters of disguise.

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 10:45 PM
Reply to  WilliamC

Yeah, so many far-right people calling for the care and protection of the elderly and children… for work, laughter, dancing, breathing, hugging… for the rights of the individual… for choice and freedom… for evidence and accountability… for an end to government overreach, propaganda and totalitarianism. Far-right people of all ages, colours and sexualities.

And lots of people over 50 who who’ve thought of themselves as ‘left’ since the 80s, but really should stop deluding themselves and start properly identifying themselves as ‘far-right’. Some of those people even helped get Tatchell where he is today with their dangerous beliefs in equality! Luckily he’s seen who they really are.

Masters of disguise, indeed.

Herb T
Herb T
Jul 1, 2021 11:56 AM

Great article, and useful for the louder minority in the movement that claim marches that have a good vibe are controlled opposition to prevent real action. We have to grow the movement organically, gathering and welcoming new members of the community as they take their first steps off or over the fence. Then we are be able to inspire those numbers to fight the measures daily in their own towns, and we have a network when things have to step up a gear

Wendy Fields
Wendy Fields
Jul 1, 2021 11:47 AM

Why did Russia & Iran play along?

The Covid operation is best characterised as a franchise, it is rolled out with many benefits for the budding tyrant, including total surveillance, obedience of the masses, based on a narrative of global fear.
For western countries the fee is paid to the US, whose CIA direct the operation, by surrendering their peoples privacy, by giving the CIA/NSA a seat at every business & government meeting during the crisis, by surrendering their retail sector to Amazon & by allowing dollar rich US corporate take-over of property and small business, during a massive fire-sale to follow the COVID measures destruction.
The Russians, Chinese & Iran get the Covid franchise FREE, they get all the franchise marketing, product branding and science based fear mongering, and the tyranny template for nothing, without having to pay the hefty franchise fee to the US,
They even get to create their own fake vaccine for the fake virus, with the west unable to challenge its effectiveness. For Russia it is a win win, and they will never be challenged for playing along.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 2, 2021 4:16 AM
Reply to  Wendy Fields

I dunno man. It’s all above my head. I’m just an ignorant peasant.

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Jul 2, 2021 11:41 AM
Reply to  Wendy Fields

Russia, China and Iran like everyone else are controlled by the banksters.

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 1, 2021 11:41 AM

More attempted behavious manipulation and statistical jiggery-pokery:

https://dumptheguardian.com/world/2021/jul/01/scientists-urge-uk-to-expand-official-list-of-covid-symptoms

So a ‘case’ of the most deadly virues for over a century could be defined by a “headache” or “sore throat”?….

Shipintheknight
Shipintheknight
Jul 1, 2021 7:09 PM
Reply to  Edwige

So..a bit like the common cold then. By gum, I’ve had that too!
Ffs you couldn’t make this up, imagine this whole 16 months story was a movie, I’d walk out the theatre.

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Jul 2, 2021 11:42 AM

One would expect the sheeple to wake up at some point. But amazingly they become more credulous with each new comic propaganda offensive.

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 10:56 PM

No, you can’t have had a cold. Nobody in the world was sick before 2020. Except with Spanish flu.

And luckily everyone’s forgotten all those delusion of sickness they had before 2020 – the colds, sore throats and hayfever, the painful big toes and anxiety. Those are all ‘covid’ symptoms, and only covid is real.

Ask anyone about that ‘lurgy’ they had in 2018 or 2019, that took them six weeks to shake, and saw them in bed and off work for two weeks, staring at the ceiling and aching head to toe. They’ll just get a glassy-eyed stare. Because nobody was sick before covid, you know.

John
John
Jul 1, 2021 10:05 AM

This old guy sums it up perfectly. Please post this admin
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jdF22HESQi3u/

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 1, 2021 9:39 AM

Extinction Rebellion is a perfect example of how the parasites use astroturfing to futher their agenda. Started by a tech industry lobbyist with an “Ex” spook. It doesn’t surprise me in the slightest ER tried to take the credit for the freedom protest, as the MSM headlines can attest.

This is the first part of a 7 part series that may help educate duped supporters.
https://nowhere.news/index.php/2019/04/01/astroturfing-the-way-for-the-fourth-industrial-revolution/

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jul 1, 2021 9:36 AM

The whole brouhaha about Covid was never just about medicine, it was always about power: the vehicle being, psychology, politics and economics. Covid was just the cover-story conceived of the neo-Malthusian elites. Now the normies are being reengineered into God knows what or simply eliminated. According to the PTB ‘they will own nothing and be happy’, eking out a living on UBI, courtesy of the central banks. Of course we will have no money apart from UBI which the state can giveth or taketh away.

They will be dumbed down into semi-drone like creatures addicted to their I-PHones and the political circuses of the new order. Once the critical mass has been established the new order will established. I makes me shudder to think of it.

Part of Zamyatin’s We draws attention to is that his nightmare state – a state lacks the warm smell and taste of long human habitation, and lacks any of the recognisable attributes of statehood … Onestate is not to be blamed on the Americans or the Bolsheviks or the industrial Lords of Liverpool and Manchester, Berlin, or NewYork, but it is a fate towards a thoughtless humanity is hurtling.

Pat
Pat
Jul 1, 2021 9:14 AM

Now if the people who attended these rallies just stopped wearing masks altogether, what are the Powers That Be going to do about it, and how easily are they going to sell “vaccines” to those people?

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 10:20 AM
Reply to  Pat

The people at this Freedom Weekend were UNMASKED UNTESTED UNVAXXED and UNAFRAID. Only the Police and MicroSerfs wore a muzzle.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jul 1, 2021 11:41 AM
Reply to  NickM

I like UNAFRAID…. the perfect slogan to stick it to the UN eugenics crowd.

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 11:03 PM
Reply to  Pat

No masks on anyone there. Not one single mask on up to a million people. Extinctioners and People’s Assembly had them on. Don’t believe the MSM photos – they purposefully pushed shots of masked-up ‘climate change’ protesters to make you believe masks were on.

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 8:24 AM

For reasons I don’t know, I get a “Quora” feed coming in to my mailbox and this was one of the latest:

How would Nietzsche’s claims like “no facts, only interpretations” be applicable to the conspiracy theories, alternative facts, or other false narratives floating on social media or other parts of society today?

This from one Frederick Dolan a professor from UC Berkeley. He tells us about something called “perspectivism”:

Perspectivism helps explain the appeal of conspiracy theory insofar as it suggests that to some people, an engrossing or otherwise satisfying interpretation is more important than a factually accurate one.

What I love about this is how the very concept of “conspiracy” has been linked with “false narratives” and opposed to “factual accuracy”. Thus “conspiracy theories” are linked with madness, stupidity and general “wrong thinking”. . If you suspect a conspiracy, then you must be taken aside and “deprogramed” in the same way that the Middle Ages dealt with those who blasphemed by doubting the existence of God. Conspiracy phobia is our new religion and Prof Dolan is one of its high priests.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 1, 2021 11:46 AM
Reply to  George Mc

He would be an expert in Rhetoric wouldn’t he (lol)

Edited for accuracy:

Blind obedience to authority and groupthink explain the appeal of official narratives sold as official facts insofar as it suggests that to some people, an engrossing or otherwise
satisfying official narrative interpretation is more important than a factually accurate
one.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jul 1, 2021 11:58 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Interesting how it’s professors of rhetoric and journalism that undermine concepts like comparison, perspective and evaluation.

I suspect these professors get a tap on the shoulder, intimating that an article or research paper supporting the narrative would help their careers.

With a wink and a nod to their colleagues they produce some irrational hogwash about everyone’s entitled to their truf, and then use it to denounce conspiracy theorists.

The Chair of Journalism at City University, London, did exactly that — before being rewarded with the job of propaganda chief at the World Economic Forum.

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 1:25 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I think it’s more insidious than that. The budding young academics and journalists soon get to know there are lines open and lines closed if they want to get ahead. If they don’t get with the programme, they don’t get anywhere. That way there doesn’t have to be an explicit indoctrination although I’m sure certain “gentle correction” will be on hand e.g. little pointers which, if not picked up, will result in a certain lack of enthusiasm from the top. And it’s always the most compromising ones who have the most prominent platforms. The rest make the tea or get shoved away to neglected corners. If they persist, they join the “lunatic fringe”.

Howard
Howard
Jul 1, 2021 3:15 PM
Reply to  George Mc

You’ve touched upon the real villain of COVID or any other “official” narrative: self interest. As long as the vast majority are brainwashed to equate “success” with a life worth living – and allow “success” to be defined by someone else – the madness will continue.

I certainly will not be holding my breath awaiting the demise of “self interest” as the driving force of most humans. Doing so would result in my expiration – and since it would be a case of suffocation, and because I am unvaxxed, I would be counted as a COVID casualty.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jul 1, 2021 3:54 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I am crippled by the reflexive belief that most people mean no harm. Perhaps they intend lots of harm if they can advanced by it.

Who came up with the idea of democracy for predators?

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 5:13 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

In a complex society, harm is something “delayed” and “dissipated” i.e. it happens out there to other people and the ones causing it don’t have to face the consequences of it – thus making it easy for them to fool themselves into thinking they are doing “the right thing”. And there is a whole media machine ever so eager to reassure them that they are the really good guys etc.

dr death
dr death
Jul 1, 2021 10:21 PM
Reply to  George Mc

indeed, there are lots of simpletons from ‘complex societies'(sic) using complex weapons systems ‘fooling themselves’ that they are doing righteous work ,blowing up women and children…

I personally don’t believe that, you see I think even simpletons of such low moral calibre are aware of what they are doing when flying their ‘eurofighters”… and when they come home to see mum and go for a pint..

you see, I think such ‘heroes’ are in reality, cowardly maggots, spinning a ‘buck’…

and these same imbeciles will turn their guns on you… after your neighbours rat you out…
one can only hope they have been good lads … and had their ‘jabs’..

dr death
dr death
Jul 1, 2021 10:04 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

predators came up with the idea of democracy (probably on sage advice).. it’s the preferred tool of control and coercion for moneyed tyrants… as noted by a certain greek philosopher….

of course the grease in the gears as always, the common imbecile.. because without imbeciles following orders, there would be no tyrants….

AMR
AMR
Jul 2, 2021 11:06 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Thank you for that, the learned professor’s comments made me laugh. I would suggest that the huge majority of the British people are ‘conspiracy theorists’ according to this concept. They are certainly ‘engrossed’ and don’t want factual accuracy at all.

Shin
Shin
Jul 1, 2021 7:50 AM

You have to chuckle at the police van being sticker bombed by protesters.
That was brilliant!

May Hem
May Hem
Jul 1, 2021 6:39 AM

Another brilliant piece of research from Whitney Webb revealing the tentacles of the Welcome Foundation …..

“The world’s richest medical research foundation, the Wellcome Trust, has teamed up with a pair of former DARPA directors who built Silicon Valley’s skunkworks to usher in an age of nightmarish surveillance, including for babies as young as three months old. Their agenda can only advance if we allow it.”

https://unlimitedhangout.com/2021/06/investigative-reports/a-leap-toward-humanitys-destruction/

Peter
Peter
Jul 1, 2021 6:16 AM
Edith
Edith
Jul 1, 2021 6:00 AM

Just had a covid nutter chase me in local supermarket yelling about conspiracy theories…I said I wasn’t putting the shot in my body and walked away when she asked if I had had my vax…promptly became unhinged…it is amazing how vested these people are in their narrative.,,happily make a spectacle of themselves….bizarre..

meanwhile I note that woolies supermarket now is taking a video of one while putting ones groceries through the self service checkout…so guess I will be avoiding them in future…do they have some IT feature that determines one is cheating or what? At least we don’t have to give the ap password rubbish to get as yet…

it feels like the surveillance is really closing in fast now with the latest delta saga…

edith

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jul 1, 2021 7:06 AM
Reply to  Edith

I’ve had a few recent experiences with passers-by who made out I was mental or called me a fu***n idiot when I told them their obedience and compliance with this crap was prolonging the fake pandemic.
They didn’t take it very well at all. In fact, they reacted like I’d just slapped them in the face. Have also had heated rows with customers who fully support the vaccine passports.
Right, Edith, I’ve been into Coles, Woolies and Aldi since QR codes became mandatory. From my experience, Aldi look the other way and say nothing about not wearing a mask or not scanning the code. Coles look the other way also. In the different Coles I’ve been into, I’ve never been asked to scan the QR code or wear a mask. Service has always been very polite and friendly. Some Woolies have noticed they have staff stationed right at the entrance with the QR code and sign in thing for people without a smartphone.
Yet other Woolies have no one standing at the entrance.
But you’re dead right tho about the noose tightening and surveillance becoming more overt. Sorry you had that experience today…

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 8:10 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Disgusting that you’re expected to sign in to buy a bag of potatoes.

Edith
Edith
Jul 1, 2021 8:18 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Gezzah if you have this sort of experience all the time it must be very hard to just keep going…so sorry for this mad treatment….I am usually in a position to just avoid…it took me a couple of hours to remember that most of her tirade was accusing me of condemning polio children to a crippled life…

.I had never mentioned polio vax…have no idea how she equates polio to a cold virus….and I actually lived with children who were crippled by whatever polio was for some months in a crippled children home when gravely ill myself…so I guess another reason why I felt totally assaulted…it is like they are manipulative enough to instantly go for the juggler of whatever may be our own weak points…

thanks for the info re supermarkets….I live in a small area…only one woollies and a couple of private supermarkets….when things get nasty I just avoid woolies and there are good markets that are far easier to deal with…

and yes next time I am ever in woolies I will see what I can do with their little camera…smile not that I want to steal anything but to date I have not noted any sign telling me I was under surveillance…I know they have them at entrances etc…and no doubt they are on each aisles…shit it is a crazy world…

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jul 1, 2021 8:52 AM
Reply to  Edith

After the bad experiences I had on Monday, someone sent me this video which really helped me process what had happened and how to deal with all the passers-by wearing masks and complying. It may not be for everyone, but it definitely helped me:
https://youtu.be/JxJJ-QXrLTc

SubTropical
SubTropical
Jul 1, 2021 2:47 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

No idea who this guy is but wow, what a great message.
Let them sleep.

Much appreciated Gezzah

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 11:35 AM
Reply to  Edith

Citing the polio vaccine is a favourite of vaccine monkeys to hold up as proof that anyone questioning the current vaccine is crazy. But if you look into the polio vaccine and Salk there’s more than meets the eye.

Ort
Ort
Jul 1, 2021 8:43 PM
Reply to  Ooink

Complacent, conformist, submissive Normals indoctrinated to regard vaccines (and pandemics) with uncritical positive regard fling down citations of the “smallpox” and “polio” vaccination campaigns as if they are aces of trumps.

In their proud ignorance, they are indifferent or oblivious to the truth that the deck is both marked and stacked.

Kika
Kika
Jul 2, 2021 11:30 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Yeah. I’ve read that polio was caused by overuse of DDT. Guillaine Barre Syndrome is what they renamed Polio so it would appear the polio vaccine worked.

Corarden
Corarden
Jul 1, 2021 9:11 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Well done Gezzah, I freefaced from the south coast to London for a long weekend, to catch the demo, and rode trains, tubes, cake shops, burger joints, chemists, and was only accosted once, by a big guy in the burger joint, who informed me I had to wear one going to the loo, I told him I didn’t have one, he said he had one for me, and was probably about to go rummaging around in a box of used ones, so I told him I was exempt, he recoiled, apologised, and I went on my merry way. He didn’t realise I was doing it for him, he looked ill, acne around area of where his mask fits, and overweight. Not a good combination. My interpretation of exempt is that I do not comply. Other than that, just a couple of scowls, and there were many more on the tube not wearing them than last time I was there.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jul 1, 2021 9:41 AM
Reply to  Corarden

Thank you for going to the protest C… and I do believe more people are waking up. Yes, huge number at the weekend. In all the shops and cafes I’ve been into here, I haven’t been asked once to put a mask on.
None of the business owners are enforcing it here, or at least not in the shops I’ve been into. I have seriously thought about saying something smartarse like “thanks, but I’m not in your cult” if I was asked, but I’ve now had a bit of an epiphany regards the mask wearers.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 1, 2021 10:58 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I was worried today going to the bigger town down the road, walking into the community store for new boots, nothing. Walked into electrical store, nothing, into Post office, nothing, into Cheaps as chips, nothing, Aldi, nothing, Foodland told a lass the face nappy would make her ill, saw two silly old women in their case all face nappied. That was it

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jul 1, 2021 11:35 AM

It’s the same over here Marilyn. No one says anything. No one even blinks for goodness sakes. Never had one person ask me to scan anything or wear a mask. Hmmm… sold the mag once in Gawler a good 6 years ago. Put it this way… I didn’t bother going back.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 1, 2021 6:52 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I don’t like Gawler, Nuri was good enough for me today, 25% off expensive leather boots was a good deal

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Jul 1, 2021 7:50 AM
Reply to  Edith

Every chain supermarket in London appears to have these hi res cameras in your face at the self service check outs. I move them to the side or up before zapping my poor quality goods.
They appeared in 2020 every where probably to note the bare faced non-compliers.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 8:11 AM

Balaclavas and dark sunglasses. That’s my plan if this shit comes down in Australia. And if anyone doesn’t like it…I’m just staying safe from covee with my full spectrum face covering.

node
node
Jul 1, 2021 1:36 PM
Reply to  Edith

Funny, I always answer those questions with a determined: “Yes, in 10 years, I will consider it.”
Leaves them staring into an abyss. It’s a lot of fun actually to see them confused.

DaveMass
DaveMass
Jul 1, 2021 5:33 AM

More evidence of the con-
‘Singapore will no longer report daily Covid cases, the ministers say. The focus would shift to monitoring outcomes, like how many patients require hospitalisation or intensive care and reporting deaths, in the same way seasonal flu outbreaks are monitored.’
Well, well, well…

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 1, 2021 3:38 PM
Reply to  DaveMass

Makes more sense to me than the daily cases and – even worse – cumulative totals since March 2020.

les online
les online
Jul 1, 2021 4:21 AM

to see a gathering of so many people who’re not talking into the little blackboxes they have pressed to their ears ! there’s hope for you hoomins after all…

Howard
Howard
Jul 1, 2021 3:44 AM

Anything that’s happened in the last hundred or so years has been dismissed as something planned and orchestrated by the power elite for their benefit at the expense of the majority.

Every kind of protest – like those against the war in Vietnam in the US – has been said to be the doing of the CIA, etc etc etc.

This one also?

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 4:01 AM
Reply to  Howard

The State wants mobs in streets. The State have been, are and always will be masters of passive aggression. They’ll sit back and sit back and then give shoot to kill orders and cry innocence and public safety and law and order. Every State in the world is part of the Leviathan.

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 4:20 AM
Reply to  Ooink

“The police can play the Anarchists’ heads off at Anarchy.” — Bernard Shaw. That’s why Shaw was a respectable Fabian millionaire Socialist with His-and-Hers Rolls Royces in the garage.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jul 1, 2021 8:21 AM
Reply to  NickM

How can you be a millionaire and a socialist at the same time?

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 8:47 AM
Reply to  Donald Duck

“GBS can write for you but he cannot pay for you” — GBS printed postcard reply

Wendy Fields
Wendy Fields
Jul 1, 2021 12:26 PM
Reply to  Donald Duck

In the same way a doctor can cure appendicitis with having it.

Koba
Koba
Jul 4, 2021 6:56 PM
Reply to  Donald Duck

Easy by 1) Living under capitalism and 2) we aren’t necessarily against millionaires but they can’t use that capital for personal gain and the people who truly generate their wealth – the workers – are given a fairer share of the spoils. It’s not a perfect system none of them are. But fabians are just extremely odd. As are in fact 80% of British and American advocates of “socialism”. Their idea is very different to mine and a few others. They’ve done a good job of scaring people away from it.

Wendy Fields
Wendy Fields
Jul 1, 2021 12:23 PM
Reply to  Ooink

So its not the people who pay you then?

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 4:15 AM
Reply to  Howard

Yes, this one also. Con-19 is only the latest Plutocrat Meatpacker $cam to herd the sheeple into fleecing sheds then on to the slaughterhouse. Count the new billionaires.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jul 1, 2021 10:12 AM
Reply to  Howard

Your sensible question had reaped five downvotes when I put up my – so far – solitary upvote, Howard. Off-G btl has a lot of resident troo-bleevers in a long, global conspiracy of illuminatoid bondian supervillains. An engrossing fantasy amusement for some…

These folk seem not to get the basic idea that a whole lot of what happens on Earth is the product of mere happenstance, playing happily in the ultra-complex system of life and geology here.

I guess they also think that humans are actually up to this kind of long, super-disciplined planetwide conspiracy; whereas I always think that we’re all, in our basic nature, such inconsequential little farties that we are just inherently not up to running such hyper-plots.

Have we got what it takes to run such schemes? Of course not! Plenty of posturing narcissist hyper-farts like Gates, of course, who think they have, just because they have the grubby, unimportant knack of piling up money. But just look at them! LOL!

OK, roll on the downvotes, troo-bleevers! LOLOLOL!

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Jul 1, 2021 10:23 AM

You probably don’t intend to sound smug and superior but unfortunately you do. Let’s remember none of us ultimately know for sure what is going on. Including you.

Also please note that this page will have received thousands of views since the comment in question went up, and only five of these viewers have downvoted. So, sweeping generalizations on our readership not really warranted.

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 10:33 AM

“These folk seem not to get the basic idea that a whole lot of what happens on Earth is the product of mere happenstance,”

That’s a wellknown evasive tactic: the Cockup Theory.

Laugh, little Kookaburrah, up your old gum tree. I carved your first downvote.

Howard
Howard
Jul 1, 2021 3:46 PM

I’m actually surprised – and very pleased – that I didn’t get more downvotes. As great as this site is, it still draws a good many “Them/Us” types, who seem to believe that if “they” have a protest, it’s ipso facto a fake gathering orchestrated by no less than George Soros himself. Whereas, if “we” have a protest, it’s 100% legitimate.

All that thinking does is perpetuate the kind of divisions which make it all that much easier for the ruling psychos to continue their reign of terror – and, make no mistake, there exists no such animal as a “reign” which is not of terror.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 1, 2021 11:26 AM
Reply to  Howard

Howard, contemplate the phenomina that a genuine grass roots movement can be usurped and controlled by the parasite class.

The only example you present, the Vietnam anti-war movement, has many examples of parasite class infiltration. From the excellent research of David McGowan (Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream) detailing the connections within the 60’s anti-war music scence to the military industrial complex; to the much researched LSD/drug scene phenomina.
Consider the original origins of the movement were from within highly regarded academic establishments, well organised by professors with a strong philosophic grounding for their arguments, which was usurped by the flower power ‘Hippy’ “Turn on, tune in, drop out” counterculture which drowned out the strong well rounded sensible political and philosphical arguments.

To say all these anti-parasite class movements were instigated by the parasites is clearly an inaccurate statement.

Some clearly are, we can example the current attempts to claim credit for the freedom protests by Extinction Rebellion (a parasite class astroturfing outfit) and “People’s Assembly” oddly seperately promoting a plank of the early ER manifesto. Also recall the early freedom protests where infiltrators on the fringes sported far right bannors for the presstitutes to example.

Howard
Howard
Jul 1, 2021 3:37 PM
Reply to  ImpObs

As I see it, there is absolutely no earthly way to prevent this “parasite class” from attempting to direct any gathering of people toward its own ends. The most obvious recent event – other than the Extinction Rebellion fiasco – was the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Occupy was an obvious example of the parasite ploy precisely because that ploy failed – since the entire purpose of Occupy was NOT to have leadership circles. And what happens when the ploy fails? Yep: that’s when the police are sent in to utterly crush the burgeoning movement.

My biggest concern – and that applies profusely to the Black Lives Matter “protests”/”riots.” – is that genuinely sincere people get tarred with the same brush as paid provocateurs. Undoubtedly the BLM leadership was co-opted, which poisoned the entire movement. But – and it’s a huge honking BUT – there were countless sincere people who genuinely wished to protest the on-going and well-documented instances of police assault on young black males.

However, the fact that BLM chose to focus on George Floyd – a rather unsavory character – rathe than, say, Tamir Rice, the 12-year old Cleveland boy who was killed by police because he was carrying a toy gun, does indeed give pause for thought.

ImpObs
ImpObs
Jul 1, 2021 5:36 PM
Reply to  Howard

I think BLM was a prepared ’cause’ waiting for a suitable ‘poster child’, the leader is a trained marxist instigator, all the donated funds were ran through an organisation headed by a convicted terrorist (a real one) pardoned by Clinton.

Occupy was infiltrated by trained instigators, not sure what happened to it in various places around the world, but in the UK it was infiltrated and steered into a ‘climate change’ front, who’s only achievment was to give an excuse to change the laws to make squatting illegal.

If good hearted people are so blinded by their ’cause’ they don’t stop to research would be infiltrators and leaders, even when it seems obvious their aims are being steered/diverted there’s not much can be done. Though obviously it’s hard for ‘average joes’ to counter trained/professional infiltrators once they get a grip on leadership, unless evidence comes to light, or in the case of ER & BLM even when evidence comes to light.

As I see it, there is absolutely no earthly way to prevent this
“parasite class” from attempting to direct any gathering of people
toward its own ends.

I agree, though ‘attempting’ is the keyword there, and of course nowadays countering them would be very difficult given the technological tools, legal tools, and funding available to the parasites minions, who could single out the smarter people who are obvious barriers to their plans and remove them.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jul 1, 2021 3:42 AM

Alan Watt (Jan 2007) Masons, Microchips and the Battle for the Mind.

Almost 15 years ago. Could have been spoken yesterday.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 3:58 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I’ve been listening to a lot of Watt from around the 2007/8 period just for starters and he states point blank on several different occasions just from that era of talks he gave that “pandemics” would be used. And you’re right Moneycircus…he spells it out and he advises of all the techniques that would be used and of all the “laws” and measures that would come into play. And as Watt said…how did he know all this…he got it from their own books. It was all written about by the think tanks and “philanthropists” etc. Watt is the man.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jul 1, 2021 7:17 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

To my chagrin, I’ve only just discovered Alan Watt in the last 6 weeks or so. I think it was you, or maybe another commenter who posted a video of his that I found quite profound. Will watch this when I get home. Perhaps I need to widen my circle of information sources a bit more?

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 8:12 AM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

Alan Watt is legendary. Forget the rest. Alan nails it.

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 1, 2021 8:24 AM
Reply to  Ooink

“Alan Watt is legendary. Forget the rest”.

Reliance on one source is never a good idea.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jul 1, 2021 10:18 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Damn’ right, Ed! Always surf as widely as possible, across all shades of opinion, however lunatic, to get a more reliable gestalt of what’s going on.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 11:42 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Well come on mate. What do I mean by “the rest”?

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Jul 1, 2021 8:30 AM
Reply to  Ooink

A very late latecomer to his work… But, hey, now I know! Cheers…

semaj
semaj
Jul 3, 2021 11:20 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Although many will not want to hear this but David Icke has been warning us this was coming for past 30 years.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 2:55 AM

Not news to some, but I was just thinking this entire covid operation to this point can be summed up in two words…

Ground work.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2021 2:39 AM

“Welcome to Nazi-world” 
comment image

“Where the corporate fascist psychos own everything (including you) and ONE IS HAPPY.or else.”
comment image

“Bet she would have been the life of the party at Jonestown.”

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2021 2:45 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

“Another one bites the Vax…. “
comment image

“….and another.”
comment image

“Oh well. One wins some and one loses some. Now go out and take one, or two or three or four or whatever for the E-Man. Corporate Fascism and Eugenics forever.” 

grr
grr
Jul 1, 2021 6:03 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

Have just read his partner, Vikki Spit, states she is still pro “vaccine” but justs wants the public to have better information.
She still doesn’t understand. So sad. Too bad.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Jul 1, 2021 7:56 AM
Reply to  grr

So many in terminal denial.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 1, 2021 2:20 PM

Which almost renders the Gates agenda superfluous, come to think of it – except that it is part of it…

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 2, 2021 2:50 PM
Reply to  wardropper

(I’m thinking of the word, “terminal”…)

JudyJ
JudyJ
Jul 1, 2021 11:21 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

This is the report of a death which I am keeping an eye on.

https://www.thepeninsulaqatar.com/article/26/06/2021/%E2%80%98Deeply-saddened%E2%80%99-Qatar%E2%80%99s-star-sprinter-Haroun-dies-aged-24

It is interesting to note that when the Qatar Olympic Committee announced the death they didn’t allude to a cause of death or give any circumstantial details. It was World Athletics who claimed it was the result of a traffic accident. Well, let’s be honest, any suggestion that it might have been ‘vaccine’ related wouldn’t be well received by all the athletes being jabbed so they can have the honour of representing their countries at the forthcoming Olympics.

I have been monitoring the international press for the days since it was announced in the expectation that more details might be forthcoming…but nothing so far.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Jul 1, 2021 12:19 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

Robert Lima suffered a heart attack while playing football the week after Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen — both had been vaccinated days before.

Lima’s wife died hours after her husband from liver complications. All most odd.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jul 1, 2021 6:06 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

“Here is an old time favorite that Linn Wiik should appreciate.”

Ort
Ort
Jul 1, 2021 8:24 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

To paraphrase a Mark Twain witticism: “If Ms. Wiik gets her wish, and a funeral is scheduled, I will gladly postpone all other recreations to attend it.

Tony_0pmoc
Tony_0pmoc
Jul 1, 2021 1:25 AM

Joanna Sharp

“The corrupt in power armed with their propaganda machine are not afraid of the compliant majority. It is the non-compliant they are afraid of: – the one or two million who come out to or support the protests.”

Thank You.

Never Give Up.

Tony

RobG
RobG
Jul 1, 2021 1:19 AM

Good to see that Phat Bollard were at the protest (this clip is not from the protest. It’s from about six years ago)…

James
James
Jul 1, 2021 1:06 AM

It’s good to see protests like this happening. These kinds of protests don’t seem to be going on in the US, though I understand there have been a few in Montreal up north. No one here seems to be aware of the protests in the UK and Europe, either.

We do have protests, but they’re different. I just read an article that explained the protests in the US as mostly left-right affairs: BLM protests on the left and pro-Trump gatherings on the right. But very little regarding covid, masks and the lockdowns. I think one of the reasons is that things have relaxed considerably here, even in some of the lockdown states. Also, because power is ostensibly less concentrated here, there are other channels for protest. As an example, parents all over the country are voicing their concerns locally at school board meetings. The two main things they’ve been protesting is the teaching of C-R-T (cri1tical r4ce th3ory) in schools and of course the mandating of masks for schoolchildren and the jab for high school and college students. (The g0vt is even making noises about forcing elementary students to get it). Many of these school board protests have already resulted in positive change.

The one thing I’ve noticed, it’s often the ‘educated’ and the ‘well-off’ who are most likely to get the shot and encourage their kids to take it. One parent told me she knew it was wrong for young people to get it, but her son really wanted to go to University X and the only way for him to attend was to submit and get the shot. That’s the mindset of a lot of parents. I told her that college wasn’t worth it, especially with how much it costs these days. It’s a form of extortion. Students could take a ‘gap year’ or two and wait till everything sorts itself out, go to trade school, or even claim one of the exemptions still available at many colleges.

Donald Duck
Donald Duck
Jul 1, 2021 8:55 AM
Reply to  James

”The one thing I’ve noticed, it’s often the ‘educated’ and the ‘well-off’ who are most likely to get the shot and encourage their kids to take it.”

Of course, it has always been thus. The privileged semi-educated, the strike-breakers, the well-connected, the ambitious (in the worse sense of the word), the pushy, (ditto) the venal, the masonic, the journalists, the solicitors, the politicians, the business class and so on and so forth, form the backbone of the established order.

These ego-bound strata form the crucial proponents which makes up the social pyramid; the stuff of which counter-revolutions are made. They form the shock-troops of the counter-revolution. On the other hand there are the non-believers from this social stratum who form an alliance with the masses, we’ll call them the resistance, for want of a better term.

The stage is thus set. No Surrender or a cyborg creature who will ‘own nothing and be happy.” Resistance in not futile in the coming dystopia.

See Jack London’s The Iron Heel, and Yevgeny Zamyatin’s 1924 masterpiece ”We”

Mike
Mike
Jul 2, 2021 1:36 PM
Reply to  James

Agree. As well as school boards, there have been protests against overreaching governors. ReopenNH was formed in March 2020, and has been active since. I have some great photos from their protests.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 12:40 AM

Protesting or marching or freedom get togethers are an interesting thing. Hong Kong, for example, is a fascinating example where a switch was flicked and thousands and thousands of people mobilized to protest for their lives. Then another switch was flicked and they all went home and the protesting was gone.

Since the protesting stopped, the entire city of 7 million in Hong Kong have been metaphorically mute…with a mask mandate in place in all locations but the private home for nearly one full year. The whole place has been gagged with compliant supplicants walking around with little paper masks strapped across their mouths.

The mob is easily led…led to compliance, destruction, oblivion. I dunno. But HK is a weird place.

Big al
Big al
Jul 1, 2021 12:26 AM

“We stand for freedom”. Do we? Is that what it’s going to be about, as it should be? Because it’s about a lot more than the lockdown and fake vaccine when it comes to freedom. I’m reminded of Occupy 2011, at least here in the states, and how there was never a single focus. There were lists and lists of demands, a lot of agendas, special interests, etc., but no game plan or organization to take down the two oligarchy controlled political parties, to control our own political fortunes, other than various factions wanting to “elect better democrats”.

But out of all those people, how many will go back to voting for those oligarchy political parties? How many just want the lockdown to stop, which is their definition for freedom while they stay chained to their smart phones? How many really want freedom? How many want justice against the psychopaths, I mean real justice? How many understand what kind of justice is needed? And why? How many are willing to go “all the way”?

Don’t get me wrong, man, it’s a good thing. But when you’ve seen this kind of thing for over fifty years, i.e., since the sixties, and the “man” has more of a stranglehold on us than ever, the wars still go on, and rich are not just getting richer, it’s become a frigging joke, you kind of develop a jaded view on protests in the streets, even big ones. But like a slot machine or a lottery ticket, maybe someday we’ll land on a winning number. If this can keep us from going through another winter/year of utter madness, I’ll take it.

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 1:54 AM
Reply to  Big al

The State wants mobs in streets. The State have been, are and always will be masters of passive aggression. They’ll sit back and sit back and then give shoot to kill orders and cry innocence and public safety and law and order. Every State in the world is part of the Leviathan.

mgeo
mgeo
Jul 1, 2021 4:00 PM
Reply to  Ooink

Even for covid, the usual tactic (apart from false reporting) has been to send in provocateurs to at least disrupt the protest using assault or arson. Those participating should be on the alert to identify, isolate (by moving away) and ostracise such vermin.

James
James
Jul 1, 2021 1:59 AM
Reply to  Big al

The Uniparty controls the narrative and therefore organizes these movements preemptively before anything can form organically, which in America seldom happens anyway, and then only slowly. The ‘Occupy’ movement was funded and organized by TPTB, just like ‘BLM’ and Ant1fa. It served two purposes: to act as a outlet for certain disaffected people, some prone to violence, and also as a means of further dividing the populace and eroding civil society — an intermediate goal of TPTB. The Q movement is pretty much the equivalent on the right. The right is generally less prone to act out violently here, but an outlet was needed nonetheless to keep this large silent bloc sitting on their hands. It’s looking more and more like the ‘0ath Keeprs’ are controlled opposition as well, condemned in the media, but run by TPTB for some said purpose.

These are definitely not legitimate avenues for protest, especially if one alienates a sizeable chunk of the population in the process. What makes the European protests altogether different is all the various people from all different walks of life coming together in big numbers for a specific purpose. It reminds me a lot of the peaceful revolutions of ’89. (The irony of the Wall coming down, however, is that it paved the way for the EU. One of the conditions Helmut Kohl was given for German reunification was that Germany had to renounce its claims to territories east of the Oder-Neisse line, and Germany had to adopt the common currency and become part of the future European Union.) If people around the world succeed in stopping all this madness, everyone needs to be very careful of what comes afterward… There’s never been utopia on earth, and yet that’s what so many desire. This desire is the bait tyrants and psychopaths continually use to create new ‘beast’ systems.

Big al
Big al
Jul 1, 2021 4:25 AM
Reply to  James

A little story about Occupy relative to movements being preempted. It originally was supposed to be a protest against the Afghanistan war, whereby the goal was to occupy Washington Square in D.C. until they ended that was (10 years ago now and it’s still on!). By the time it got going in the fall it had changed to Occupy Wall Street and the goal became about economic inequality and centered in New York and all references to the original mission had been scrubbed. I wrote a few blog articles about it and how it had been hijacked, but of course, that was overshadowed by the enthusiasm for widespread national and international street protests. And here we are.

James
James
Jul 1, 2021 5:02 AM
Reply to  Big al

That’s interesting… I think Greenpeace was another group that got hijacked. Most of Greenpeace’s original goals became accepted norms over time, and these were reasonable by and large (clean water, air & soil, halt to commercial whaling, etc.). Then along came global warming/climate change, and that turned into their main focus. One of their founders quit over this, unhappy that climate change activism was undermining genuine environmentalism. It’s interesting, we never hear much about Fukushima anymore.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jul 1, 2021 3:57 AM
Reply to  Big al

Hello Gig al: True. Protests are great cicus acts, period. The media would have us believe that anti-war protests are what ended the Vietnam war. Total bullshit. The war ended because major military contractors had achived their growth curves, and the mercantile markets were performing as expected. All a planned, colorful circus of actors and dupes.

Big al
Big al
Jul 1, 2021 4:17 AM

Maybe it’s time we just fucking admit it and learn that we need something more.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jul 1, 2021 1:47 PM
Reply to  Big al

Hello Big al: I understand the frustration expressed in your comment. However, the need for “something more” lives at the core of the problems human populations have constructed for themselves.

The need for “something more” is the expressed need of a lost soul, detactched from the simpicity of life. Life has become the pusuit of entertainment and enthusiasm. Simple sustenance and peace have become remote possibilities. As Edwige points out in his comment below, the empty smiley face is the iconic example. Some resort to religious ritual, some resort to incorporating into power strutures, some just join the circus…

Man needs to quit rewritting “laws” and ordinances. Civilians need to stop following the empty pursuits of war mongers, hypocrites, and soulless gurus.

Thank you for your excellent comments.

Edwige
Edwige
Jul 1, 2021 8:54 AM

One ‘tell’ is that esoteric imagery starts appearing, it’s a marker “don’t worry, this is one of ours”. The V for Vendetta masks were one previous example – Alan Moore’s background doesn’t stand up for five minutes when you look into him, Guy Fawkes was a false flag as we now know, and as for mask-wearing….

So, we’re told a Smiley Face has become the logo of the protests? Do those doing this really not know this symbol’s heritage? The first time it appeared widely in UK culture was during ‘acid house’ and ‘the second summer of love’. This was an obvious elite secret society/intelligence agency operation (see Mark Devlin’s account in ‘Musical Truth 2’ for the full breakdown). Secondly, it has cropped up in the phenomena of ‘the Smiley Face Killers’. Thirdly, it’s cropped up all over Hollywood – see ‘Fight Club’ for one example. Fourthly, there’s the ubiquitous emoticon.

What exactly does it mean? I don’t know. Where exactly did it come from? I don’t know. However it doesn’t look to be anything good. “Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws” in the words of Manly P. Hall.

A second ‘tell’ is that the authorities and the media respond in a way that doesn’t make much sense. The police disappear? The media print a few half-hearted detractions but remain mostly quiet? I’m relieved for the good people who were there on Saturday – but that feeling of relief shouldn’t be an obstacle to noting that this behaviour is difficult to explain.

Chaos magickians want chaos – how are they going to get ‘order out of chaos’ without the chaos?

shamen
shamen
Jul 1, 2021 11:51 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws” in the words of Manly P. Hall.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jul 1, 2021 2:04 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Hello Edwige: I’ve always been put off by the smiley face symbol. It is the symbol of an inelegant, soulless visage. Frenzy and disorder covered up by an obnoxious symbol… An empty face – expressing nothing.

Your reference to Manly P Hall’s quote sums up the modern world as I see it… I appreciate your many well though out comments.

Ort
Ort
Jul 1, 2021 8:18 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Who Invented The Smiley Face? A Curious History of The Happiness Icon

https://trulyexperiences.com/blog/smiley-face-history/
_______________________________________________

I know nothing about the site or the author, but this is a plausible review of the history of the smiley-face image/logo.

Bob
Bob
Jul 1, 2021 12:11 AM

If the COVID-19 vaccines are so dangerous, how come everyone I know who has been vaccinated is absolutely fine, yet many people I know who have had COVID-19 have been seriously unwell?

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 12:26 AM
Reply to  Bob

I suspect in that case you’re the world’s most unlucky person. Have you seen the covid stats? This is not a common illness, this is PCR abuse amongst neglected elderly and, even so, it is not a common illness, ‘serious’ or otherwise.

These vaccines are potentially very dangerous and break the basic tenets of drug safety regulation. If, according to wiki, mRNA tech was previously proved too harmful to use unless it was so dilute it was scarcely effective, there’s a good chance that’s exactly what companies itching to get their patents licensed have done here. Hence why, according the the manufacturers, they are such ineffective vaccines against coronaviruses.

An effective jab was never the point or even possible given that covid, as a pandemic entity, is merely PCR noise. In my opinion this was to establish a precedent and get these mRNA patents earning some dough. A2

Harry Rogers
Harry Rogers
Jul 1, 2021 1:07 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

 Sam, there are many “Bobs” out there in fact I suspect he is in the majority. Abusing him achieves nought. He is one of the many frightened ones who respond to the stimulus of fear which professional Sociopaths use frequently to control the “mob”.

Human beings cling together in times of fear and look for leadership which the Sociopaths willingly provide. Its always been this way with the “Bobs”. You should just pity them because they are unable to cope with individualism.

I have never seen any solution that will change their attitude even when the pendulum swings the other way their response is always:

“Well I never really believed THEM anyway and I was always secretly on your side!”

I wont give you a reference to events that consistently prove this over and over gain in the 20th century.

Take it easy.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 2:24 AM
Reply to  Harry Rogers

Don’t worry, the moderators here don’t live under a stone. XD We are fully aware of how intractable people are when it comes to this subject. I sometimes choose to respond specifically because people tend to ignore posts like this, rehashing stuff that’s been dealt with yonks ago. In fact, this is what certain trolls and fervent believers rely on, especially recently. They gum up the comments with tiresome stuff that no one can be bothered addressing, posturing as if they’re making challenging arguments when really everyone would rather blow their brains out than have to rehash this shit for yet another intractable person. Short of censoring, this is the best service I can offer to make the comments section balanced and facilitate open discussion. Which benefits everyone. Thanks for your feedback, A2

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 4:47 AM
Reply to  Harry Rogers

“Well I never really believed THEM anyway and I was always secretly on your side!”

That’s why it is so good to see 1-2 Million people **openly** on our side. I never knew we were so many.

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 1, 2021 2:26 PM
Reply to  Harry Rogers

He isn’t frightened at all.
He’s a professional troll.
I suspect the pay is not good, but he likes fitting in to that environment.
Why he comes here is quite beyond my powers of understanding, but that doesn’t matter.

Robert
Robert
Jul 1, 2021 2:04 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

You’re not getting it. Coronavirus isn’t real.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 2:29 AM
Reply to  Robert

You know something… I’d heard that somewhere before. That’s why I referred to it as ‘PCR noise’, as this is essentially what it is whether or not it’s a discrete disease, since opinions are divided on that subject. And really, it doesn’t matter either way, as the PCR noise-generated stats present no significant risk. A2

les online
les online
Jul 1, 2021 4:33 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Who decides the list of ‘side’ effects… go to your GP with troubling headaches, the GP will give you headache pill prescription as GPs mostly have limited knowledge of the injuries vaccines cause… If you drop dead minutes after the GP injects you, and you have any of those ‘co-morbidities’, your GP will be certain they caused your death…Co-morbidities is an escape clause…

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 4:54 AM
Reply to  Robert

Robert’s the one not getting it. Coronavirus is a real branch of the flu virus family, it causes about 20% of cases in annual flu epidemics and has done so ever since Adam sneezed and asked Eve to sew him a furskin. It’s the Con variant, Con-19 that isn’t a real dangerous new virus, it’s just a hyped up version of ordinary flu. .

wardropper
wardropper
Jul 1, 2021 2:28 PM
Reply to  NickM

Lol.
Covid IS ‘flu.
Some bright spark with a flair for money just thought of calling it by a new name.

Bob
Bob
Jul 1, 2021 12:52 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

The world’s most unlucky person? I would struggle to find someone in the UK who doesn’t know someone who has been seriously unwell or has died from COVID-19. I know and have talked to plenty who have been in hospital with it. One person was in their 20s with no underlying conditions and ended up in ICU for weeks. How am I supposed to believe what you say when I have this personal experience and accounts of COVID-19? What you say doesn’t fit with my lived experiences, and the lived experiences of many I know.
Deaths from COVID-19 in young people are rare, but people here continue to neglect those who become seriously unwell with it and have long term complications from it eg Shortness of Breath, Fatigue, and loss of smell and taste (This last one is particularly bad if you work as a chef!).

It is not PCR noise; any suggestion that it is shows a misunderstanding of PCR. It is common knowledge that qPCR cycles over 40 are not positive results and all lab technicians will know this, however COVID-19 PCR isn’t always qPCR unless they’re measuring infection intensity or variants. PCR remains a highly sensitive and specific way to test for COVID-19. If anecdotal evidence is anything to trust: the people I know who have had symptoms of COVID-19 have been PCR positive; When I’ve done PCR with no symptoms, it has always been negative.

And your point on mRNA, perhaps don’t use “wiki” as your primary source of information. The vaccines have been proven time and time again to be working at preventing COVID-19 infections. The majority of people in hospital at the moment with COVID-19 aren’t fully vaccinated, despite <90% of old and vulnerable people being vaccinated. This, along with many papers on the effectiveness of the vaccines at preventing severe disease with COVID-19, prove to me that the vaccines work.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 3:23 PM
Reply to  Bob

Your answer makes no attempt to do anything but parrot the narrative, troll-style. “I know 50 people who’ve all had covid and long covid and they all say their tests were very accurate.” Facebook level rubbish. Please, take this level of debate somewhere else. All further such posts will be vetted along with our other SPAM, thank you. A2

Deplorable D
Deplorable D
Jul 1, 2021 12:58 AM
Reply to  Bob

Just numbers. The death rate of COVID-19 is 0.13% (99.97% survive). The incidence of a severe, adverse reaction to the mRNA drug is 0.33% only using VAERS numbers, which are acknowledged as being a fraction of the real number of reactions. The ARR of taking the mRNA drugs is 0.85%.

The choice is to take an experimental drug that offers an ARR of 0.85%, but has a 0.33% chance of causing severe adverse reactions OR the 20% chance of being infected with a virus, and developing the disease COVID, and facing a 0.13% chance of dying.

For me, the 99.97% survival rate (actually at my age and health profile it is 99.99%) is the better bet.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Jul 1, 2021 6:14 AM
Reply to  Deplorable D

In Australia where nothing happened at all, there are 2,000 injuries from the jabs every week compared to 200 people one week with a positive fake PCR test 338 have died after the jabs – 1 has died all year from so called covid, an 80 year old man with dementia

Cliff Edwards
Cliff Edwards
Jul 1, 2021 9:40 AM

Marilyn you have the unfortunate habit of hardly ever providing details of the source(s) of the figures you quote. A link or two would be greatly appreciated.

citizen
citizen
Jul 1, 2021 1:02 AM
Reply to  Bob

that maybe true to date that everyone you know has been fine with the jab, but thats only to date, however, does not mean in say x amount of time they will still be fine, they could develop side effects months or yrs later or not at all, only time will tell.

Bob
Bob
Jul 1, 2021 12:25 PM
Reply to  citizen

I was thinking about this, and have discussed it with a few medical friends; I can’t think of any medical drug which causes adverse reactions years down the line, long after the drug has exited the body. Radiotherapy increases risk of cancer which can appear later on, but that is the only medical intervention which I can think of that causes side effects which only appear years after treatment.

So given that no drug causes side effects which appear years later, why, or rather how, could these vaccines suddenly start causing these long term side effects?
Any side effects from the vaccines will appear within days of taking it, not years.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 2:29 PM
Reply to  Bob

Another well-researched answer from you. Please stick to fact and logic-based rebuttals of hitherto well-established drug regulation practices, rather than ‘what your medical friends said’. Why do the incomplete phase three trials last at least a year for these jabs then? Thalidomide complications didn’t happen overnight, they took at least 9 months of pregnancy to fully show themselves. Cytokine storm immune hyperactivity has occurred in all previous coronavirus vaccine trials when recipients came into contact with other coronaviruses. Come flu season, there might be a wave of such reactions in certain vulnerable demographics. Hence why vaccines take 10-15 years to get licensed before they get rolled out. The adverse reactions reported so far are enough to halt these mass trials in any normal circumstances. A2

Ooink
Ooink
Jul 1, 2021 1:46 AM
Reply to  Bob

I know a handful of people who have allowed themselves to be injected. And to be fair, none of them have had any negative reaction at this stage. I know of nobody…zero who have had “covid”, whatever that is. I can confirm that I myself was desperately sick with some kind of virus at the start of 2018 that kept me away from work for over a week. If I’d had that same thing in 2020 it would have been called covid. People get sick of such things every day, every year. Only in 2020 each case was front page news. Because that was the agenda. It’s not hard to comprehend, Bob.

goldhoarder
goldhoarder
Jul 1, 2021 3:48 AM
Reply to  Bob

Lol. I work at a large manufacturing facility and own a tavern and brewery. I probably have about 3000 people in my circle. After a year and a half of this nonsense I know one person who died of covid. He was carried out of our facility twice in an ambulance for heart problems before that. I know one 72 year old who spent two days in ICU on an IV drip for dehydration. Fully recovered feels fine. I know several families all tested positive kids and both parents. Most either had no symptoms or mild cold symptoms. I know one 60s woman who had something like long cold. She was a true believer but took ivermectin anyway and got better. LOL. Weinstein seems to think it helps clear out the spike protein. Says it even works for people who react poorly to the vaccine. In anycase… there is no pandemic. This was all bullshit. All that happened is a bunch of old people were murdered because they were denied proper medical care. And the corrupt made billions and consolidated power.

NickM
NickM
Jul 1, 2021 4:43 AM
Reply to  Bob

“Seriously unwell” but still alive and kicking. That’s about par for Covid-19; and par for annual flu. How do your friends know they had this specific version of ordinary flu called Covid-19 when its symptoms are the same as ordinary flu and its test is unreliable? As soon as Covid-19 was announced in China all the trendies in England started calling their flu Covid-19. It’s a con: Con-19.

Bob
Bob
Jul 1, 2021 12:29 PM
Reply to  NickM

You’re basically saying: “They had to go to hospital for a few weeks and they still have symptoms of Long-COVID, but they didn’t die so it doesn’t matter!”
People also seem to focus on the deaths, but neglect the fact that many young people who don’t die from COVID-19 live with long term symptoms of the infection, such as shortness of breath, continuing loss of smell and taste, and fatigue.
Never have I seen this with the flu for so many young people.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 3:17 PM
Reply to  Bob

Show some stats on this. Really tired of your baseless pro-narrative assertions. It’s indistinguishable from lazy, sloppy propagandising. Data-free assertions will be treated as spam, unless they are heavily couched as your opinion. Thank you. A2

George Mc
George Mc
Jul 1, 2021 7:51 AM
Reply to  Bob

…yet many people I know who have had COVID-19 have been seriously unwell…

It’s not the ones who are suffering “from” covid 19 who are the problem Bob. It’s the “asymptomatic” ones who are endangering our very existence. If you get the bug but feel fine then you and everyone around you is in deadly trouble. There can be nothing more horrifying than someone with covid living in “apparent” good health till the age of 100. Expect any number of headlines telling us: “Shock Horror! The city where everyone has covid but feels perfectly fine!” – This will be followed by the biggest upsuge in hysteria.

Brianboro
Brianboro
Jul 1, 2021 8:34 AM
Reply to  Bob
Bob
Bob
Jul 1, 2021 12:33 PM
Reply to  Brianboro

Please think critically: You’ve linked me to a website which has pages on many conspiracy theories, and the article in question has no source and is completely unverified.
Deaths from the COVID-19 vaccines are hard to find and difficult to verify. Deaths from COVID-19 are common and easily verifiable.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 3:19 PM
Reply to  Bob

Fictional rubbish. You are not engaging meaningfully, merely spouting mainstream slogans and myths. We can switch on BBC news for this level of debate. Post something tangible or go away. A2

Bob
Bob
Jul 1, 2021 3:37 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

If “spouting mainstream slogans and myths” is ensuring that all claims about vaccines are fact checked and critically analysed, then I don’t mind spouting.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jul 1, 2021 3:43 PM
Reply to  Bob

Making bald assertions and parroting the BBC does NOT make you ‘fact checked’, it makes you a parrot. A bald parrot. A2

Paul Prichard
Paul Prichard
Jun 30, 2021 11:45 PM

Your alternative update on #COVID19 for 2021-06-30. Pandemic Virus Industrial Complex World’s Greatest Threat. W6E6F6: make humanity serfs again
https://paulthepaperbear.wordpress.com/2021/06/30/your-alternative-update-on-covid19-for-2021-06-30-pandemic-virus-industrial-complex-worlds-greatest-threat-w6e6f6-make-humanity-serfs-again/