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  1. Re: A World Pushing Back Against CV19 Lockdown: The Protests, The Revolts, The Non-Compliance

    That's strange...it works fine for me. It's just a library of covid protest stickers to print off and post up around your town and they're not selling anything as far as I know.

    You're wise to be...
  2. Re: A World Pushing Back Against CV19 Lockdown: The Protests, The Revolts, The Non-Compliance

    It's a website with vax protest resources.
    https://telegra.ph/ENGLISH-horizontal---The-White-Rose-Stickers-04-13#DOWN

    In England it's the symbol of Yorkshire.
  3. Thread: a Chauffe!

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    Great scenes! I do beg to differ with the narrative that "the police are marching with the protesters" though, as it's evident that they're keeping the protest contained and hemmed in to a defined...
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    Re: The face mask discussion

    I like this, however the Geneva Convention mainly applies in situations of hostilities and war. The Nuremberg Code would be more applicable, I believe.

    Some info about situations where the Geneva...
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    Re: The Achill Prophecy

    Thank you Aoibhghaire for posting more of his prophecies. It's always interesting to see how modern inventions are interpreted before their time by seers who may not fully understand what they see in...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Now they're coming after pregnant women, despite the huge increase in miscarriages that they must know about. From The Guardian:

    "Pregnant women urged to get Covid jab amid rise in hospital...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    It was hard to make out what the nurses were saying, but I did hear something said at the end that they would notify the Safeguarding team. That suggests that they are threatening to have the baby...
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    The Achill Prophecy

    This is general interest, nothing to do with the current end times doom and gloom.

    I came across an interesting video about the Achill Prophecy by Brian Rua U'Cearbhain, a 17th century prophet...
  9. Re: BREAKING NEWS: THE MOST SHOCKING INTERNATIONAL NEWS REPORT! - by Brian Gerard Schaefer

    What if posts are clear about what they intend to say.

    It's fine if you have a load of leisure time, but I work and at the moment I have a load of **** to sort out, some of it causing me a lot of...
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    Re: A Stand in the Park..

    Thanks for your post Earthgirl, it's great to have the perspective of someone who's been involved for a while! x

    The balloons... wow...

    I would have stood in the park if I had been on my own,...
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    Re: Internal Vaccination Passports for the UK

    I'd like to know what 'healthy' supermarkets are... do they mean the higher-priced ones like Waitrose? I sometimes go around the bargain ones, Aldi and Lidl, and they have really expanded their...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    That's bizarre - our Sainsburys was stripped of ice cream except Ben & Gerrys. It might be regional tastes - have a trip to the East Midlands! :idea:
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    Re: A Stand in the Park..

    Thanks Matthew - I guess I'm just feeling pretty low as I was excited about going then deflated, plus avatar cat's off to the Vee Eee Tee tomorrow (sshh, don't tell her!) and my ebay listings didn't...
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    Re: The British Comedy Thread

    One British classic is Rising Damp, a comedy about landlord Rigsby and his tenants. It probably wouldn't be shown today as not being suitable to woke audiences, particularly with the rapport between...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeist Memes Thread

    Fair comment...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    Whilst the staff shortages are real I would say that the hysteria is being unnecessarily ramped up in the media. The government's response though is as useful as a chocolate teapot.

    I've just been...
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    Re: A Stand in the Park..

    Well, I went to our nearest one, got there at about 7 mins past 10, no one there... :(

    It wasn't a wasted trip as we got cheaper car fuel than it costs round here and a few bits of shopping; went...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    Brilliant - we don't have TV reporting like this, thanks for sharing.

    At about 4:20 he mentions the 2019 flu - it was really bad here, I had it, other half had it and many people that we know had...
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    Re: The British Comedy Thread

    There's the unique humour of Victoria Wood, this is The Ballad of Barry and Freda, aka Let's Do It. I watched this years ago with my mum and our eyes were streaming:

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  20. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    That's a bit close to my in-laws...

    :behindsofa:

    Just kidding; great people in north-east Scotland.
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