5 thoughts on “Should we punish the unmasked? – Fakeotube

  1. xileffilex

    I’d guess that the majority of young people about in central London – like the first three in the clip – have university degrees – and their education hasn’t taught them any critical capacity whatsoever to see through the imposed prison regime they’re living under and which they are embracing with their compliant unquestioning behaviour.
    Are those people at the end useful idiots or government agents? Grenfell was another elaborate staged terror drill, a mini 9/11. [no planes involved either]

    1. barbm124

      first thing they learn in schools is not to listen to their parents. Even we had difficulties to convince our children that we may know some things better than the teachers and professors they have in schools. And we both have degrees and life long experience in real professional life the teachers can only dream of.
      Corona is religion, not different to the old belief in devil and hell and salvation which today can be reached through environment protection.

      1. xileffilex

        It’s only people like those here who see, through studying the small print denied to them by the MSM, any link between corona and ‘environmental protection’ The 99 percent who believes in a pandemic think it’s just about the state looking after some aspects of their health. [not mental health] in bizarre, authoritarian ways which they accept unquestioningly.
        And I’m not against environmental protection – there’s surely a limit to how much shitting you can do in your own nest or your exclave without some correction.

        1. barbm124

          I think it’s actually much less than 99%. Especially now after all the recent absurdities. But I agree, even if somebody questions the MSM, he most likely will not link all this together. People reject the idea of a one common “conspiracy” of TPTB and prefer to think in terms of small, independent frauds done by corrupt politicians and which can be fixed by proper election. On the other side, using the possibilities of democracy is the only way for us to change anything, or we would have to fight, which rational people are unlikely to do. That’s why people like Reiner Füllmich (the German anti-corona lawyer) first use the mistakes of the Coronists to fight them with their own weapons. There is just talking for now, but I still hope, there really is an international front building to strike against the hoax using tools like international courts and global organizations. Which by the way are careful enough not to take the wrong side. WHO already admitted Covid is not worse than flu. Even though not directly and not giving proper recommendations yet. The first step will have to bring the WHO to recommend taking back the Corona measures, then make sure the politics around the world will not ignore it. And so on. And once life gets back to normal, we still can sue the crooks.

  2. barbm124

    not funny. I would even say people have the right to be scared. It’s not their fault, that they got scared. Not everyone is able to learn higher mathematics and not everyone is able to question what authorities tell him. Or you could say, not everyone can read and write. I don’t mean the past. Even now, many people, even the educated ones, are not able to understand what they read, and can’t express themselves in writing properly. How can you expect everybody to question what he was conditioned to believe in (the news).
    But nobody of course has the right to scare people. Especially if then things like the masks are being enforced. That’s torture. I’m still convinced this will soon be over and then a reset one way or the other will clean things up again. I just can’t imagine a world where people without mask are being pursued. I’m sure though many people will still wear mask long after this hoax is over.

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