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On being compliant — 10 Comments

  1. Tsk, tsk, tsk, you’re getting it all wrong, dear! Those masks work perfectly well – they protect you wonderfully from fines! So, let’s all be nice little children so the good parents around the world will allow us a nice festering season. What’s not to like?

  2. About the same here. Our governor just announced no relatives (including sons or daughters with their own families if they have them) and friends over for Thanksgiving  or Christmas. And no going out to family or friends' houses for same. He also announced that children, upon returning to school after either holiday, will be interrogated asked about whether or not they went to other folks houses for either holiday or whether or not their parents had any relatives or friends over. If any child says yes they will be sent home to quarantine for 14 days and screw the parents if they have to work.

    Oh, and no going out on Black Friday (yes, really).

    • Well here in the great state of Oregon Governor Brown (as in "If its Brown flush it down" has a different idea. 

      It seems Black Friday is OK as long as stores are not over 75% capacity. On the other hand, Thanksgiving is limited to no more than two families and a total of six people. She also suggests that people call local law enforcement and turn violators (aka your neighbors) in. Violators are subject to fines and / or arrest.  From what I gather, a number law enforcement agencies in the state have said in no uncertain terms; "We will not comply".

  3. We went to a nearby small town yesterday for shopping. It was so depressing seeing all the people shuffling around, all compliant and wearing their masks.

    We are at a stage where, when the government says “Jump!”, people don’t even ask “Why?” or “How high?” – like little lemmings they just jump and keep on jumping.

  4. Yeadon is 100% spot on. Do watch and read anything he says.

    The UK site Lockdown Sceptics is also a good source of info as is The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford.

    Above all, ***don’t comply*** and pass the message to anyone who has ears to listen.

    For example:

    “you do know that the epidemic pretty much ended months ago? You can go look at the government’s own figures on their ONS site to see for yourself” or

    “you do know that all these “cases” are just people who have had positive test results? Not that they were sick or even actually infected” or

    “You do know that about the same number of people are dying each day as did last year? This is no worse than a bad flu but we are killing the country because of it”

    etc…

    “Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.” We need to aid this recovery.

  5. Well down here in Sydney if it wasn't for the state government and the lefty media banging on about Covid safe & covid normal and covid safe christmas (whatever the hell that is!!), you would not even notice that the Chinese Flu was still supposed to be poised to wipe out civilization as we know it. Bugger all people wearing masks, shopping malls teeming with shoppers observing zero social distancing, bloody peak hour traffic as bad as ever, the occasional "older person" wearing a mask in Woolworths. I was only forced to wear a mask twice (by my wife!) during the height of the panic, bloody things fog up the glasses and make it hard to breathe, also is it only me or do those disposable masks have a really weird aroma!

    The state government is still churning out covid rules which everyone is pretty much ignoring, an example, I can have 50 people over for Christmas day because my house has a backyard, if I lived in a flat I could only have 30, god knows how you could fit them all inside at once.

     

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