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“Emergency” Covid Measures Anonymous 05/08/2020 (Fri) 02:41:16 Id: a4e465 No. 89
“Emergency” Covid Measures: Are We Witnessing the Collapse of Individual Rights and Democracy? > April 27, 2020 > In Global Life-Death Struggle, Democracy Changes Course > By Jamie Dettmer VOA > Outside wartime nothing like it as ever been seen before in modern Western history. The lockdowns by democratic states with their draconian constraints on civil liberties and private enterprise fly in the face of an historical progression that’s seen the size and roles of governments shrunk and individual liberty boosted. > As governments mobilize resources and coerce people in a life-and-death struggle to contain the coronavirus and mitigate its impact, the state has been unbound. > People have been confined indoors, police powers have been expanded, data-surveillance increased and businesses shuttered. All with little debate. > The size and scope of the state’s role in the economy prompted by the coronavirus dwarfs anything mounted to handle the 2008 financial crash. Britain, France and other European countries have offered so far loans and subsidies worth around 15% of their GDPs. America’s stimulus package is at around 10% of GDP. > The U.S. fiscal stimulus package was dubbed by Larry Kudlow, President Donald Trump’s economic adviser, “the single largest Main Street assistance program in the history of the United States.” > In France, President Emmanuel Macron’s government not only passed legislation giving it the legal right to control the movement of people, it also seized the power to manage prices and requisition goods. In the United States, President Trump has used the Defense Production Act to prevent the export of surgical masks and gloves. > State power is now at its most intrusive since the Second World War. For die-hard advocates of free markets and limited government the abrupt change in direction is horrifying. For others it is less so, even something to be embraced, a harbinger of the future, a turning point that will end up re-reordering their countries. > For those on the progressive left, the reemergence of state power is a vindication of long-held beliefs that market-based models for social organization fail the majority of people. They hope the crisis will provide the opportunity to refashion along less market-oriented and more socialist lines. In the United States, supporters of Bernie Sanders say the crisis has exposed for all to see America’s threadbare social-safety net and the need for a government-run single-payer health care system. > Last week, Britain’s former Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said that the government’s massive and unprecedented underwriting of the British economy and labor market vindicated his pre-coronavirus election manifesto, the most left-wing program ever presented by the modern Labour Party. > On Europe’s far right, too, there is self-preening as well as hope that the eventual political outcome from the coronavirus will be along lines more to their liking. A future of strong nation states and powerful central governments far less hedged in by Brussels is what they hope the coronavirus will lead to. > Europe’s nationalist populists have long demanded more border controls and have advocated for a break with the Schengen system of passport-free travel. They hope the imposition of temporary border controls, in the face of the disapproval of Brussels, will lead to the break-up of Schengen permanently. Luca Zaia, governor of Italy’s hard-hit Veneto region and a member of Matteo Salvini’s populist Lega party, told reporters last month that “Schengen no longer exists” and forecast, “it will be remembered only in the history books.” more...
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>CNN admits mask doesn't stop corona-chan Next stop is >Your natural immunity is fine for it >Trump's vaccine is the cause of all those death >It's time to re-open the economy Just in time for mid-term
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>>89 fuck him
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The government always looks for an excuse to strip personal freedoms in the name of public safety and security. 911 rings a bell, and i'm sure there are more examples from the past. Yes, they're going to strip os, the best you can do is ignore whatever bullshit they come up with, write your representatives, and stockpile guns and food for the inevitable fall/civil war that will break out within 20 years. Hell, we got a taste when Trump called for people to storm the capitol building, do you not think taking over a few cities is difficult? 1. remove communications- cell towers and such 2. neutralize the local police and firefighters. 3. turn their bases into your bases 4. Raid the pharmacies of all their drugs and turn the grocery store into a temporary base until you can move the food. 5. blockade the roads, raid auto shops and garbage handling stations for welding supplies and tools and shit, along with the hardward stores, fortify everything. you've taken.
>>13537 >1. remove communications- cell towers and such One thing to note is that they hide a fair number of 5G "towers". An example of such thing would be them setting up LED-streetlights that hide transmitters inside the pole. Street construction in recent times often has an additional undisclosed electrical component that has enough of an impact to make a difference on the calculations. Or at least so I have heard. >3. turn their bases into your bases Holding territory in this manner would cause problems as local police and firefighters aren't the biggest fish in this scenario, as such they will return with more forces to take it back. It would be better to remain formless than to set up permanent shop in the places they know well enough to the point where they could storm the place with a blindfold on. They'll know the layout perfectly and they will have information on the particular nuances of the location given they have the people that go there every single day. Consider the place cursed and as such whatever business you have there is going to ideally be as brief as possible. >4. Raid the pharmacies of all their drugs and turn the grocery store into a temporary base until you can move the food. >5. blockade the roads, raid auto shops and garbage handling stations for welding supplies and tools and shit, along with the hardward stores, fortify everything. you've taken. So your goal is to do a repeat of CHAZ? The supplies from these types of raids are limited, they are not going to replenish simply because stores "always have something". It's not about getting X amount and instead about how much you can ensure per unit of time when your reserves run out. As such whatever food and tools you hoard are only going to briefly delay needing to get more, which is going to be far quicker than you would expect. Sure, you could plan to be done with it before your supplies run out, but in doing so you would be setting yourself up for failure as the government doesn't run on reserves whereas you do. For ensuring a food supply you would need to network with farmers and build that network among other people as well so that grocery stores become obsolete. Growing it yourself is definitely a good idea and does have a considerable impact (if you know what you are doing) but is oftentimes insufficient, you will need to cooperate with farmers either way. And by this I mean actual cooperation, not just a soulless buyer-seller relationship.
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>Military Documents About Gain of Function Contradict Fauci Testimony Under Oath https://archive.is/UIkvG
>>13579 At least I'm not banned here lol
>BREAKING: Greece announces that it will begin fining the unvaccinated $113 a month, Austria announces that it will begin fining them up to $4,000 a month, and Quebec announces that it may begin slapping them with a “significant” fine. RT IF YOU THINK THAT AMERICA MUST DO IT TOO! https://archive.ph/114LA
>>13592 >Austria announces that it will begin fining them up to $4,000 a month Lügenpresse. It's 600 bucks per quarter, unless you don't pay the fine, in which case you get another fine for not paying the fine on a monthly basis, which amounts to 3600 Euro a month. At least that was in the only public design from the start of December. The final draft hasn't been decided yet since it'll only start in TWO FUCKING WEEKS.
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>The New Normal? 400 Athletes Collapsing & Dying Just In The Last 6 Months? https://archive.fo/K9HLf
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Pandemic of the Clown World
https://schizophrenialife.se/ Look at this sort of placebo controlled where placebo gets withdrawals, Also... Immunosuppressants as placebo. Have you noticed how strictly is clear net watched?
Hey, anyone remember Corona-chan? >Pfizer Covid vaccine was just 12% effective against omicron in kids 5 to 11, study finds https://archive.fo/5SXtl
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>>14205 >Hey, anyone remember Corona-chan?
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>>14989 Holy shit. Is it that bad now? How did we just give up our liberties without so much as a squeak in protest? "Papers please!"
Vive La France!
>>14991 it's possible in a real democracy, but France
>>89 >> As governments mobilize resources and coerce people in a life-and-death struggle to contain the coronavirus and mitigate its impact, the state has been unbound. Life would be a lot easier if our government didn't outright lie to us about the threat of Corona rather than telling people to go party in China town. > President Trump has used the Defense Production Act to prevent the export of surgical masks and gloves. Our government should have warned people to buy hazmat suits for themselves if the really cared about a botched bioweapon leak killing their fellow citizens serfs but they didn't so clearly it's all just lip service. Neither (((Trump))) ///Biden\\\ would have to lay a single finger on that matter if America was more self reliant and private individuals were allowed to actually produce shit on our own soil without being taxed to hell and needing an army of layers. > America’s stimulus package is at around 10% of GDP. Oh boi more debt bound funny money circulating the economy, I'm sure China and the Saudi's won't at all use this opportunity to destroy the US dolla... Oh wait that's exactly what they're doing. So much for our (((Second Greatest Alley in the Middle East))), thank goodness we helped them bomb and starve children to death in Southern Yemen for nearly a whole decade now. >> For those on the progressive left, the reemergence of state power is a vindication of long-held beliefs that market-based models for social organization fail the majority of people. <implying the US hasn't been a socialist shithole ever since FDR came into power American exceptionalism is a fucking delusion, we're just a bunch of lucky fucks who prospered as the dominate power for many years because Europe fire bombed it's industry into ruin making us the only competitor. We're not fucking special at all. >> Europe’s nationalist populists have long demanded more border controls and have advocated for a break with the Schengen system of passport-free travel. Such a shame that's going away, yes not a popular opinion here to have but in context yes it was a great idea so long as it was only between the various native Europeans but of course the Parisian faggettes had to ruin it by bombing Libya back into the stone age giving people no other option but to migrate to Germany or be enslaved by Saudi backed Salafists rapist warlords. I pity the plight of native Europeans and Libyans, it would have been better had there been no refugee's along with the slew of grifters pretending to flee conflict and slavery but that's what happens when you topple a secular government and hand it away to fucking ISIS basically. >to accept restrictions in exchange for health security. And they've have neither freedom nor security, just the shackles of fucking cowards who needs daddy government to tell them not to lick toilet seats and wash their fucking hands. >“Some will reassure themselves that it is just temporary and that it will leave almost no mark Where they born yesterday? It won't end, this is the elites new 9/11 since raging an endless "war on terror" isn't popular in the public eye anymore. It's gonna get worse before it gets better. >With revenues plunging, Saudi Arabia’s ruling family is also at risk, say analysts. Oh noooooo's I "really" pity the plight of those poor profligates, slavers, pedophiles, and the explosively fanatical as I'm sure all the widows in Syria and Iraq who are standing over the graves of their children taken by ISIS insurgents are also weeping at the expense of the Saudi's. Fuck Mainland Commie Chinks ==Fuck The Uncle Sam/The Great Satan Fuck Saudi Salafist rapists End the FED, Bring Back the Gold And Silver Standard Fuck Busybody Eurocrats Fuck France Fuck French Canada Fuck Big Pharma Fuck The Lemmings Fuck Google Apple And Microsoft Also Fuck Gun Control too while I'm At It Ron Paul Should Have Been President I Just Wanted To Play Video Games~ I'm sure the only regret our government and the technocrats who control it have is that The Wuhan flu Covid 19 isn't more dangerous towards healthy people because then they could give themselves even more power after it's culled a good chunk of the population first of course only then would they sound the alarms. Always be skeptical of Mainstream News and governments...
>>14991 Zemmour was a spoiler candidate. Worked like a charm. Schwab wins again.
>>89 >Individual Rights and Democracy those are mutually exclusive
>>14996 >delusion USA is dead and gay! amen
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Nobody gives a shit about China now they are in league with mad Russia. The outbreak psyop is fading in effectiveness. And people are learning to live with this meme virus anyway. Your bite is finally less powerful than your barking, shills. > Back to the drawing board Cheers.
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Imagine being Australia
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>>15092 It's turned from a 'healthy public' campaign to a 'control public' campaign. At that point you don't have much to lose by heading into the wilderness, assuming you have prepped for the trek. To hell with this big government globalist agenda. Globalism has infiltrated the very highest levels of every known government at an international attack level while the governments de-weaponize their populations so the public can't fight back. > Heading for the hills is the only other feasible option.


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