Morrissey Central "PEOPLE POWER" (April 25, 2021)

PEOPLE POWER

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Regards,
FWD.
 

ThePoliticalRevolution

Well-Known Member
The press won't be interested.

But yet more Reel with - I told you he'd say more about psy-ops... blah de blah - is hardly helping his Uncle escape the racist tag.

Let me help you UNDERSTAND the deleterious effect of posts such as this one. It provides a digital reference for journalists to point to whenever they wish to weigh in on the these sad state of affairs.

The narrative was hijacked long ago and I must reiterate that it is entirely the fault of his incompetent handlers who allowed for things to devolve.




 

Nerak

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Let me help you UNDERSTAND the deleterious effect of posts such as this one. It provides a digital reference for journalists to point to whenever they wish to weigh in on the these sad state of affairs.

The narrative was hijacked long ago and I must reiterate that it is entirely the fault of his incompetent handlers who allowed for things to devolve.

Why would they bother?
 

ThePoliticalRevolution

Well-Known Member
All I'm saying is that Eric Clapton has REFUSED to allow me to depart his employment
precisely because of my uncanny ability to win every narrative battle against him. I'm so good at it, I can do it while I am taking a literal shit.


I know a problem when I see one. And this is bad.
 
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Vegan Cro Spirit .777

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Ah yes, the London idiots equating having to wear a mask with being murdered by the Nazis. f*** them. f*** them all.



WTF? f them all? that has a strong nazi vibe:mad:
:hammer:
Moz defense of freedom thwaks the skinny new order:hammer:
 
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Vegan Cro Spirit .777

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it seems like a nice clean cut individual exercising his allah given rights:thumb:
 

Hovis Lesley

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We've not been banned from Westminster.

It's been common knowledge from the get-go that Boris doesn't want to lockdown.
And yet he has imposed two. And each (whilst being described as a nuclear option) was imposed ahead of alternative policies—such as stopping agency staff hopping from care home, to care home and ensuring patients weren’t released from hospitals into communal care environments.

Also, fast testing has been available for 13 months (that’s when it was first mentioned in my workplace) but it has only become widely accessible recently.

He could’ve insisted that companies offered immediate and full sick pay for staff with symptoms, but he refused. He could’ve imposed Covid cleaners on public transport, but every simple mitigation measure seemed beyond him.

Nevertheless, I was reading an interview with David Cameron a few weeks ago, and he described being PM as if floating on a sea of civil servants whom he was powerless to control. I dare say Boris will be thrown under the bus should he have delusions that he is actually some ultimate authority.

From what I’m gathering (from admittedly anecdotal evidence) these protests actually represent a huge swathe of opinions, which only loosely cohere in their resistance to the draconian lockdown. ‘Anti-vax’ doesn't seem to even nearly represent what’s going on.

Boris might need his water-cannon back soon—for his own cabinet meetings.
 
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Vegan Cro Spirit .777

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all of the leftie loon hate trolls=unmasked by moz and ser :hammer:
suddenly nazis not so bad, all that dont follow party line must be f.ed and punched in the nose:censored:
 

Nerak

Reverse Ferret
And yet he has imposed two. And each (whilst being described as a nuclear option) was imposed ahead of alternative policies—such as stopping agency staff hopping from care home, to care home and ensuring patients weren’t released from hospitals into communal care environments.

Also, fast testing has been available for 13 months (that’s when it was first mentioned in my workplace) but it has only become widely accessible recently.

He could’ve insisted that companies offered immediate and full sick pay for staff with symptoms, but he refused. He could’ve imposed Covid cleaners on public transport, but every simple mitigation measure seemed beyond him.

Nevertheless, I was reading an interview with David Cameron a few weeks ago, and he described being PM as if floating on a sea of civil servants whom he was powerless to control. I dare say Boris will be thrown under the bus should he have delusions that he is actually some ultimate authority.

From what I’m gathering (from admittedly anecdotal evidence) these protests actually represent a huge swathe of opinions, which only loosely cohere in their resistance to the draconian lockdown. ‘Anti-vax’ doesn't seem to even nearly represent what’s going on.

Boris might need his water-cannon back soon—for his own cabinet meetings.

He went into lockdown as the quickest way to keep the numbers down, then they fought over money.
 

Suedestomp

Active Member
Frightening to see how many posters here have been completely brainwashed by msm and the incessant fearmongering. Luckily, Morrissey has a mind of his own. Tremendous respect for the people in Hyde Park yesterday. The corona-restrictions have been disproportionate, inefficient and have done more harm than good. It's time to reclaim our freedom.
 
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ThePoliticalRevolution

Well-Known Member
Frightening to see how many posters here have been completely brainwashed by msm and the incessant fearmongering. Luckily, Morrissey has a mind of its own. Tremendous respect for the people in Hyde Park yesterday. The corona-restrictions have been disproportionate, inefficient and have done more harm than good. It's time to reclaim our freedom.
He can have a mind of his own. Thats fine. I think lockdowns are insane myself. But from a narrative point of view, this is NOT it.

Look, maybe Steve doesn't care about making money anymore. Thats totally fine.
 

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