Resisting against coronavirus laws

Garuda

Pelican
Protestant
How do you survive getting vaxxed eight times? What a sacrifice.


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CHARLEROI - Belgian agents have arrested a man who wanted to be vaccinated for the ninth time against the corona virus. He always did that under a different name, in order to be able to create a corona pass for that person. The 33-year-old man always earned 100 to 150 euros, Walloon media report. The man from the Charleroi area ran into the light because employees of a vaccination center recognized him. He ran off when they asked him about it, whereupon they warned the other centers. When the man again made his appearance for a shot, he also did so with a name of someone who was already being watched. He had prided himself on being able to arrange a vaccination certificate without a shot. The serial picker has already been vaccinated eight times, according to his interrogation. According to doctors, it can't hurt right away. It wouldn't provide much extra protection against the virus either.
 

02Hero

 
Banned
Other Christian
I am starting to see 80% of people are actually NPC's. Like actually. Something hormonally causes people to be part of a hivemind and you are fighting this hivemind when you live in society. That is if you do not want to go down this route.

Today this man came up to me in the store and he said the same stuff everybody says "think about others", etc. LOL It is crazy. These people are completely and utterly brainwashed. He looked at me through thick glasses and cold look in his eye. He does not know I can damage him physically it seems.
 

GreatIrishElk

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
I am starting to see 80% of people are actually NPC's. Like actually. Something hormonally causes people to be part of a hivemind and you are fighting this hivemind when you live in society. That is if you do not want to go down this route.

Today this man came up to me in the store and he said the same stuff everybody says "think about others", etc. LOL It is crazy. These people are completely and utterly brainwashed. He looked at me through thick glasses and cold look in his eye. He does not know I can damage him physically it seems.
What part of the world are you in? Maybe it is because I am in the UK where people are known for avoiding confrontation, but nobody has ever said anything to me. As a man, I think there is something about walking with your chin up, chest out, shoulders back and not shying away from eye contact makes you unapproachable to 90% of people.

My main concern is normally the cashiers who are masked up and behind the perspex. Not that they will ask me to put a mask on, but just being generally hostile for me not wearing one. However, once they realise that I speak in a friendly tone and my mannerisms are polite (I would be willing to say more polite than the maskers, who care so much for everybody else) I realise they actually lighten up and are happy to serve you.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
This sounds up like a made up story trying to suggest that people should not be scared when future shots are required.
The story is more like: look how precious the vaccine is, everyone wants it, people want more and more they can't stop! Same with the media stories where queues of people are shown. Here they even mention that people travel to Germany to get it, so scarce and valuable the vaccine is! Pure marketing.
 

Mrredsquare

Kingfisher
Other Christian
The story is more like: look how precious the vaccine is, everyone wants it, people want more and more they can't stop! Same with the media stories where queues of people are shown. Here they even mention that people travel to Germany to get it, so scarce and valuable the vaccine is! Pure marketing.
Simple rule - if it's in the Media it's false.
 

Bird

Pelican
Catholic
I realise they actually lighten up and are happy to serve you.

Same here.

Only yesterday the female cashier waved me goodbye and a few weeks ago the lady at the checkout gave me a smile while she herself had the mask on her chin.

I think these reactions show that the people who have to wear the muzzle during work for many hours are tired of it and the maskless customers are perhaps seen as a ray of hope that this nonsense may soon come to an end.
 

Grow Bag

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Same here.

Only yesterday the female cashier waved me goodbye and a few weeks ago the lady at the checkout gave me a smile while she herself had the mask on her chin.

I think these reactions show that the people who have to wear the muzzle during work for many hours are tired of it and the maskless customers are perhaps seen as a ray of hope that this nonsense may soon come to an end.
That's been my experience too. The only confrontation I had was with an older woman who I'm pretty sure, by her opening remark, thought I was a delivery man because of my hi-vis. And it was in a posh supermarket, which may have been a factor. Generally checkout women have been friendly and don't seem to take any notice that I'm not muzzled.
 

Zagor

Woodpecker
Today first time after a long while I’ve been confronted about not wearing a mask. I entered a bookshop to buy some presents for Christmas and immediately upon entry the cashier asked me do I have a mask, to which I replied no and went about my business, browsing books. After about five minutes, the same cashier came to me, all puffed up and agitated, saying ‘you need to wear a mask or I’ll have to ask you to leave the store’. I replied ‘if you don’t want my money, I’ll take it elswhere’. She said she’s just following instructions. I said ‘as long as you’re following instructions’ and left.
Upon reflection, I might’ve chosen a better reply, I was talking to a wage slave who couldn’t care less about her corporate chain not receiving patronage from me. But these situations are really useful in teaching us how to stand our ground facing adversity.
 

Cuchulainn2016

Woodpecker
Today first time after a long while I’ve been confronted about not wearing a mask. I entered a bookshop to buy some presents for Christmas and immediately upon entry the cashier asked me do I have a mask, to which I replied no and went about my business, browsing books. After about five minutes, the same cashier came to me, all puffed up and agitated, saying ‘you need to wear a mask or I’ll have to ask you to leave the store’. I replied ‘if you don’t want my money, I’ll take it elswhere’. She said she’s just following instructions. I said ‘as long as you’re following instructions’ and left.
Upon reflection, I might’ve chosen a better reply, I was talking to a wage slave who couldn’t care less about her corporate chain not receiving patronage from me. But these situations are really useful in teaching us how to stand our ground facing adversity.
It may be different in your country, but in my country (the UK), I just ask for their name.

When they ask why, I tell them that there are exceptions to the mask rule, which are all medical reasons, protected under anti-discrimination legislation and that I need to know who to name when I sue the company for breaching those laws.

They shut up pretty quick, and I guarantee you they will never ask someone to mask up again.
 

Going strong

Crow
Trad Catholic
Gold Member
I would venture to say that the corporate chain, along with their wage slave, also doesn't care about random patronage. It is no longer about the money.
They don't care about the money, they print it on the fly and at will. Money means nothing, it's the year 2021, the whole world has gone printer-brrr.

Breaking souls and minds of the last antiwoke persons, is their goal, and who cares about some meager dollars lost here or there. Central banks replace the lost dollars like it's all a joke.
 

02Hero

 
Banned
Other Christian
What part of the world are you in? Maybe it is because I am in the UK where people are known for avoiding confrontation, but nobody has ever said anything to me. As a man, I think there is something about walking with your chin up, chest out, shoulders back and not shying away from eye contact makes you unapproachable to 90% of people.

My main concern is normally the cashiers who are masked up and behind the perspex. Not that they will ask me to put a mask on, but just being generally hostile for me not wearing one. However, once they realise that I speak in a friendly tone and my mannerisms are polite (I would be willing to say more polite than the maskers, who care so much for everybody else) I realise they actually lighten up and are happy to serve you.

The Netherlands. Maybe it is because I do not look friendly anymore. I had no problems but now I just walk around and stare anyone with a mask down LOL. I am beyond the point of basic social rules in this case. I notice the brainwashing and adherance to rules has increased. Probably because it is dark and cold outside and people are more stressed so they adhere to rules more.
 

Zagor

Woodpecker
It may be different in your country, but in my country (the UK), I just ask for their name.

When they ask why, I tell them that there are exceptions to the mask rule, which are all medical reasons, protected under anti-discrimination legislation and that I need to know who to name when I sue the company for breaching those laws.

They shut up pretty quick, and I guarantee you they will never ask someone to mask up again.
Well it’s Croatia, we have exceptions as well, but we don’t have a culture of suing like Anglo countries do. If you said to someone that you’ll sue him for infringing your right he would laugh in your face.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
Today first time after a long while I’ve been confronted about not wearing a mask. I entered a bookshop to buy some presents for Christmas and immediately upon entry the cashier asked me do I have a mask, to which I replied no and went about my business, browsing books. After about five minutes, the same cashier came to me, all puffed up and agitated, saying ‘you need to wear a mask or I’ll have to ask you to leave the store’. I replied ‘if you don’t want my money, I’ll take it elswhere’. She said she’s just following instructions. I said ‘as long as you’re following instructions’ and left.
Upon reflection, I might’ve chosen a better reply, I was talking to a wage slave who couldn’t care less about her corporate chain not receiving patronage from me. But these situations are really useful in teaching us how to stand our ground facing adversity.
Well done. It's always easy to larp, but when the rubber hits the road you'll see how you respond. As I get into the acceptance phase I notice I'm way better at taking distance from the situation. I'd be all tense about stuff, now it's more like being the player playing the video game from a distance, instead of being the character in the game and feeling all the blows.
 

02Hero

 
Banned
Other Christian
Today first time after a long while I’ve been confronted about not wearing a mask. I entered a bookshop to buy some presents for Christmas and immediately upon entry the cashier asked me do I have a mask, to which I replied no and went about my business, browsing books. After about five minutes, the same cashier came to me, all puffed up and agitated, saying ‘you need to wear a mask or I’ll have to ask you to leave the store’. I replied ‘if you don’t want my money, I’ll take it elswhere’. She said she’s just following instructions. I said ‘as long as you’re following instructions’ and left.
Upon reflection, I might’ve chosen a better reply, I was talking to a wage slave who couldn’t care less about her corporate chain not receiving patronage from me. But these situations are really useful in teaching us how to stand our ground facing adversity.
Same here. Seems people adhere more. Or it is plain coincidence.

I have noticed that for a lot of people the COVID narrative is no longer an anomoly but the norm. And thus it is fully ingrained in the psyche. The split between blue pill and red pill has already happened for a lot of people. They chose the blue pill and went back to sleep.

For a moment in time there was chaos and uncertainty which caused people to wake up. Some people reacted by taking the red pill and finally see the system for what it is (fake, built on fake). Others folded under pressure and went back to sleep. It seems to me people now accept this new life. They killed off their previous being and now exist in the new paradime.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
Same here. Seems people adhere more. Or it is plain coincidence.

I have noticed that for a lot of people the COVID narrative is no longer an anomoly but the norm. And thus it is fully ingrained in the psyche. The split between blue pill and red pill has already happened for a lot of people. They chose the blue pill and went back to sleep.

For a moment in time there was chaos and uncertainty which caused people to wake up. Some people reacted by taking the red pill and finally see the system for what it is (fake, built on fake). Others folded under pressure and went back to sleep. It seems to me people now accept this new life. They killed off their previous being and now exist in the new paradime.
It takes 60 days to form a habit. I've myself already forgotten how it was to enter a supermarket and see people instead of zombies.
 
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