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SMS FREEDOM and NYT Afghan bounty hoax

SMS FREEDOM and NYT Afghan bounty hoax

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David Robertson
David Robertson
April 18, 2021

Why do you comply Alex? Why don’t you just take a walk? Let them arrest you, fine you or incarcerate you. Take a stand.

I don’t comply with any of the insane edicts here in Canada. More of us should just say NO. If we did the governments would be powerless to do anything. Remember Gandhi.

The most grievous affect is a mental one as most of the people wear masks, even children, and are depressed so I feel that and suffer with them.

Patricia P Tursi, Ph.D.
Patricia P Tursi, Ph.D.
Reply to  David Robertson
April 18, 2021

Do you have children you feed and have to wear a mask where you work? Your cavalier response tells me you may deal with a different reality.

David Robertson
David Robertson
Reply to  Patricia P Tursi, Ph.D.
April 18, 2021

I sympathize with those who have to comply with employers’ edicts, as I indicated in my last paragraph. Alex is self employed and is not dependent on anyone for his living, other than those who watch the Duran. Similarly I am retired on a guaranteed income so have no such obligation to conform. If they threaten to stop my State pension if I refuse the gene therapy posing as a vaccine then I will have to make a decision to either starve or comply. Of course I may die before that happens and be relieved of the burden. Perhaps what… Read more »

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Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  David Robertson
April 18, 2021

David, don’t give bad advice. Those who rule over us would like nothing more than have people like Alex get arrested to silence them. Taking a stand is good, and Alex IS taking a stand by publishing what he is publishing. Not just a stand, he is taking a big risk as well. People have been suicided for less. Surely you must have heard of a publisher by the name of Julian Assange, who is slowly being tortured to death because he took a stand and published the truth. The Catholic church likes martyrs and turns them into saints. I’d… Read more »

David Robertson
David Robertson
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
April 18, 2021

I believe Julian Assange has had an even greater influence due to his persecution. He knew what the consequences might be if he continued with his revelations and chose to continue. He is a hero to many for doing so, just like many heroes of the past who have done the same and paid with their lives. Not asking permission to go for a walk is a relatively small sacrifice and how any such disobedience could be detected and punished is in any event questionable. It would however be a worthwhile experiment and would certainly be a step in the… Read more »

Patricia P Tursi, Ph.D.
Patricia P Tursi, Ph.D.
April 18, 2021

Where are you? What country?

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Patricia P Tursi, Ph.D.
April 18, 2021

He says he is in Canada.

David Robertson
David Robertson
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
April 18, 2021

I live in a small town of about 70,000 population in Canada. The restrictions implemented here are much the same as in other Western nations: masks, social distancing, limitations on assembling together, staying at home. Most are complying with these, as one would expect of Canadians, who tend to be an obedient folk. I come from a different culture,Scotland, have a relatively high IQ, am advanced in age and have followed the actions of the global ruling families for about 16 years. So I am in a better position than most to see what is actually happening, what is really… Read more »

Verymuchalive
Verymuchalive
Reply to  David Robertson
April 18, 2021

Yes, it does seem a bit odd what they are doing in Cyprus. Even odder that Mr Christoforou should comply. But, if you set up in Cyprus for tax reasons, then hey ho, off you go. I live in your homeland, Scotland, Davie. Most restrictions are limited and are largely unenforced. I go into shops without a mask. If challenged, I just say that I am exempt. That suffices. The only time I wear a mask is when I am on public transport. This is not to cause trouble for the drivers, who might be put on a disciplinary charge… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  David Robertson
April 18, 2021

David, try not to be so judgmental. Don’t assume that someone who is in the prime of life and working hard at making a living can take silly chances that you are able to take and get away with. Don’t assume that because you have followed politics for 16 years, others who make different decisions than you make must therefore be “less well informed.” Restrictions, as well as their enforcement, vary from country to country, from region to region, from city to city, from parts of each city to other parts. One police chief may order his men to arrest… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
April 18, 2021
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There is an article in today’s Blacklisted News which I totally believe because it follows a known pattern. Here is an excerpt: Biden isn’t ending the Afghan War, he’s privatizing it: Special Forces, Pentagon contractors, intelligence operatives will remain. Over 18,000 Pentagon contractors remain in Afghanistan, while official troops number 2,500. Joe Biden will withdraw this smaller group of soldiers while leaving behind US Special Forces, mercenaries, and intelligence operatives — privatizing and downscaling the war, but not ending it.

Confessions of a Serial Urinator
Confessions of a Serial Urinator
April 18, 2021

I don’t have a puppy but I peed on the NYT in its stead.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Confessions of a Serial Urinator
April 18, 2021

Excellent choice! Did you have to buy the paper and take it home, or did you pee on it at the news stand? I hope it was the latter. If so, as long as you wore a mask and socially distanced, I guess you got away with it.

David Robertson
David Robertson
April 19, 2021

At least some people are pushing back in Canada.

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