Resisting against coronavirus laws

LeoniusD

Kingfisher
Who actually won that fight? I was hoping to see the end but the video ended at 1:59.
Scottish construction worker resists, but look at all the other people - the guy filming as well as the other men and women. Everyone lets it happen. They could all resist by standing together. And we also know that the cop would not dare to escalate if the Scot was a Muslim in Salafi garb or a black man. He would be certainly a bit more forthcoming in order not to get slapped with a racism charge.

And gulags will become part of the new normal.

It's amazing how outrageous Alex Jones predictions are coming true - we are really not so far away from this:



Families and college students are being incarcerated, chips are already being discussed, but you get your vaccine ID card first. Total surveillance is a virtue now - all for your safety. And still so many people believe in that crap. Lenin and Stalin should have come up with the pandemic idea. The people would have lined up and depopulated themselves back in the day.
 

JiggyLordJr

Woodpecker
First major mask problem encountered at whole foods yesterday.

So I walk into this place with a mask over mouth, mostly to placate the guy who's manning the entrance, controlling traffic. Within about 15 seconds of entering the store, I start to feel short of breath - as I rarely wear the muzzles - and I rip off my mask in a f*it kinda moment.

Strolling the aisles casually, I continue my search of the store, yuppies clearly shocked to see someone not living in constant fear. About 30 seconds after I take off the mask, a black male security guy approaches me and asks me where's my mask. I tell him I have asthma and he seemed to understand.
'Aight, just so you know other employees might tell you something...'
Acknowledging his warning, I wished him well and continued on my tour of this warped yuppy wonderland.

A few minutes later, as I looked for an item, a big black woman approaches me and asks me where's my mask. I explain the situation as I did previously, but it seems to fall on deaf ears this time.
"I have athsma, and wearing a mask puts me at risk of an asthma attack. It's pretty serious stuff, I could potentially die."
'Yeah well I gots asthma too!'
"Well then I suggest you get an exemption; it could be unsafe for you".

Unable to process the logic behind this, the woman proceeded to call main security, and I continued to casually browse. Having found my item, I strolled to checkout and rang the order up. Some noodle armed guy (in a mask, naturally) who it seemed was their main security, approached me while I was checking out. At this point, my patience was starting to wear thin.
"Yes?"
'Where's your mask?'
"Listen dude ... I've already explained this and had a whole thing with an employee..." The guy suddenly begins to exit, clearly not trying to get himself into this mess - honestly he looked like he had bigger fish to fry (thieves, crackheads , etc.)
'Okay just let security know next time you shop.'

I left the store feeling like they wanted to usher me out of there as quickly as possible to maintain the mask covid fear narrative. Having me walk calmy through the store could potentially shock people out of the matrix and the wouldn't want that happening with a rogue customer. Crazy experience, will think twice or even thrice about giving any future business to this corporation (bye bye bezos bux).
 

EndlessGravity

Woodpecker
Anyone tried pretending they don't understand enforcers when confronted? It really is difficult to understand people in masks and might add a hilarious dimension to the whole situation if you do it all the time.

 

Laner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Ha I talk all loud and slow when I talk to strangers in masks. With a kind of grin and lots of head nodding and hand gestures.

If I am talking to a friend in a mask who has to wear one for work, I am much more tolerant. But only just.

Also I am blown away at how much lip reading I do. Now if I deal with someone in a mask who doesn't speak English as a native, I have trouble.
 

Johnny Rico

Woodpecker

RomikJan

Sparrow
So today decided to go on my weekly trip to the next state over, and do my grocery shopping there as my state has 99.9% compliance vs the other state i drive to only seems to have 70%. I got on the highway and started heading over there around noon time and at one point I noticed that i have not seen a single CAR pass me that didnt have a driver wearing a mask. I started really looking making sure I get a good glance at everyone i pass, and it really kinda started freaking me out, on my whole ride to the next state over which is like little over an hour i probably saw only handful of people without masks in the car. Once i arrived at the grocery store in the next state, i was instantly devastated as the compliance rate has skyrocketed and didn't look one bit different then my state. I was at this store less than 10 days ago and made the same drive, and was able to spot at least 25-30 unmasked people. Today it was just me and one other person, that's it. Everyone else was wearing them . I almost panicked and didn't think they would let me in because i don't even bring a mask with me anymore and was thinking this whole ride could end up being pointless. However as soon as i entered i saw that one other unmasked person and we both gave each other the i'm not a sheep wink. Today is the first day i thought this whole thing is entering an insane stage. I felt like i went to a concentration camp or something, the ride there tripped me out and then so did the time inside the store, and then that ride back . That was my go to place escape from the city in my state. I have been making this drive for a few months now and now after today it looks like making the trip out here is now pointless. I used it as a therapeutic time off too , after spending the week in my state and seeing the insanity around me, it felt nice to go to this other state and shop there and not see things as crazy and now cant do that anymore.
 

Blitz

Sparrow
Forgive me if this has been mentioned before, as I haven't read the whole thread, but has anyone tried "I had covid in May so i can't get it and can't give it" line? That's essentially what a vaccine passport would be, yes?
 

MRAll134

Kingfisher
Try it. If you survive the gulag you can write a datasheet on it in ten years.
How long do I have to work in the Gulag, before they put me in the furnace?

My Covid resistance story, I went to the grocery store today. Last week, I was told that I would have to wear a mask. So, I wrote "CV19 is Fake and Ghey" on a medical mask (which don't work by the way) and was ready to shop. But, I talked to a couple of customers outside and they said it was not mandatory. The mask stayed in my pocket, thankfully.
 

Johnny Rico

Woodpecker
Why would it be a legal or moral issue? You had it, you're over it, you have immunity, supposedly. You don't keep spreading virus months after it leaves your body...
Because logic doesn't work with people who are so hysterical they even drive their cars, alone, with diapered faces. There are people getting major infections and tooth decay because of their diapers and they are so afraid of a fake virus they diaper up anyway.

In most US states you would be facing felony assault charges for being unmuzzled and saying you had COVID. Your logic of it being 4 months ago would be quickly misrepresented as having it currently.

Don't do that you will go to prison. Use silence with Karens and Kens and "medical exemption" with employees.
 

barrythecyborg

Woodpecker
The question is... are the Karens and Kens going to eventually burn out or have they adapted the Scamdemic as their new religion? Muzzle Culture seems to be here to stay, at least where I live.

It's as if our society's dignity has been so far eroded that our collective self-conscious wants the muzzle because we are ashamed of what we have become. It easier to hide yourself that way when you know you have become ugly as a species.
I saw a quote from a 60's CIA study that said if you constantly bombard people with fear based propaganda, after 2 months they no longer listen to reason, no matter how strong the argument.

That totally fits.

People can't all be dumb enough to buy this shit.

Instead there mostly under a weird kind of hypnosis and can be sold pretty much any lie.
 

Johnny Rico

Woodpecker
I saw a quote from a 60's CIA study that said if you constantly bombard people with fear based propaganda, after 2 months they no longer listen to reason, no matter how strong the argument.

That totally fits.

People can't all be dumb enough to buy this shit.

Instead there mostly under a weird kind of hypnosis and can be sold pretty much any lie.
I've read its 28 days to change a habit... which is why people can successfully rehabilitate from drugs or alcohol dependency after that amount of time in a program. Most of my friends lean conservative and all admit its bullshit but they're conditioned now. They muzzle for work, shopping, etc. and automatically diaper up before they leave the car. They just don't want to be hassled.

The liberal friends and the females are fervent about it... They muzzle themselves and their children at the park or going on a hike even. They will live their entire lives with diapers on their faces and it pains me to know it because I care about them and they have awesome kids I liked seeing and hanging out with.
 
I was in the Silver Legacy casino in Reno last weekend and everyone had masks. Security finally came up and asked if I had one. I pulled my Trump mask on and left after a short while. Heavy enforcement in Reno.
 

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Robin
Forgive me if this has been mentioned before, as I haven't read the whole thread, but has anyone tried "I had covid in May so i can't get it and can't give it" line? That's essentially what a vaccine passport would be, yes?
I said that in a store and the store employee got super scared and told me to be quite or I would scare away the other customers. People think covid is for life
 
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