• Vote for REFORM UK.

    Do not vote for the lying compromised political parties that are stealing our health and our wealth.
    The existing political parties are all Masons, Bilderberg members, committee of 300, and many other secret clubs and mafia groups, who have riddled our democracy with thugs and pedophiles.
    WAKE UP FFS.
    Vote for REFORM UK. Do not vote for the lying compromised political parties that are stealing our health and our wealth. The existing political parties are all Masons, Bilderberg members, committee of 300, and many other secret clubs and mafia groups, who have riddled our democracy with thugs and pedophiles. WAKE UP FFS.
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  • A summary of the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    Article 1: We are all born free. We all have our own thoughts and ideas and we should all be treated the same way.

    Article 2: The rights in the UDHR belong to everyone, no matter who we are, where we’re from, or whatever we believe.

    Article 3: We all have the right to life, and to live in freedom and safety.

    Article 4: No one should be held as a slave, and no one has the right to treat anyone else as their slave.

    Article 5: No one has the right to inflict torture, or to subject anyone else to cruel or inhuman treatment.

    Article 6: We should all have the same level of legal protection whoever we are, and wherever in the world we are.

    Article 7: The law is the same for everyone, and must treat us all equally.

    Article 8: We should all have the right to legal support if we are treated unfairly.

    Article 9: Nobody should be arrested, put in prison, or sent away from our country unless there is good reason to do so.

    Article 10: Everyone accused of a crime has the right to a fair and public trial, and those that try us should be independent and not influenced by others.

    Article 11: Everyone accused of a crime has the right to be considered innocent until they have fairly been proven to be guilty.

    Article 12: Nobody has the right to enter our home, open our mail, or intrude on our families without good reason. We also have the right to be protected if someone tries to unfairly damage our reputation.

    Article 13: We all have the right to move freely within our country, and to visit and leave other countries when we wish.

    Article 14: If we are at risk of harm we have the right to go to another country to seek protection.

    Article 15: We all have the right to be a citizen of a country and nobody should prevent us, without good reason, from being a citizen of another country if we wish.

    Article 16: We should have the right to marry and have a family as soon as we’re legally old enough. Our ethnicity, nationality and religion should not stop us from being able to do this. Men and women have the same rights when they are married and also when they’re separated. We should never be forced to marry. The government has a responsibility to protect us and our family.

    Article 17: Everyone has the right to own property, and no one has the right to take this away from us without a fair reason.

    Article 18: Everyone has the freedom to think or believe what they want, including the right to religious belief. We have the right to change our beliefs or religion at any time, and the right to publicly or privately practise our chosen religion, alone or with others.

    Article 19: Everyone has the right to their own opinions, and to be able to express them freely. We should have the right to share our ideas with who we want, and in whichever way we choose.

    Article 20: We should all have the right to form groups and organise peaceful meetings. Nobody should be forced to belong to a group if they don’t want to.

    Article 21: We all have the right to take part in our country’s political affairs either by freely choosing politicians to represent us, or by belonging to the government ourselves. Governments should be voted for by the public on a regular basis, and every person’s individual vote should be secret. Every individual vote should be worth the same.

    Article 22: The society we live in should help every person develop to their best ability through access to work, involvement in cultural activity, and the right to social welfare. Every person in society should have the freedom to develop their personality with the support of the resources available in that country.

    Article 23: We all have the right to employment, to be free to choose our work, and to be paid a fair salary that allows us to live and support our family. Everyone who does the same work should have the right to equal pay, without discrimination. We have the right to come together and form trade union groups to defend our interests as workers.

    Article 24: Everyone has the right to rest and leisure time. There should be limits on working hours, and people should be able to take holidays with pay.

    Article 25: We all have the right to enough food, clothing, housing and healthcare for ourselves and our families. We should have access to support if we are out of work, ill, elderly, disabled, widowed, or can’t earn a living for reasons outside of our control. An expectant mother and her baby should both receive extra care and support. All children should have the same rights when they are born.

    Article 26: Everyone has the right to education. Primary schooling should be free. We should all be able to continue our studies as far as we wish. At school we should be helped to develop our talents, and be taught an understanding and respect for everyone’s human rights. We should also be taught to get on with others whatever their ethnicity, religion, or country they come from. Our parents have the right to choose what kind of school we go to.

    Article 27: We all have the right to get involved in our community’s arts, music, literature and sciences, and the benefits they bring. If we are an artist, a musician, a writer or a scientist, our works should be protected and we should be able to benefit from them.

    Article 28: We all have the right to live in a peaceful and orderly society so that these rights and freedoms can be protected, and these rights can be enjoyed in all other countries around the world.

    Article 29: We have duties to the community we live in that should allow us to develop as fully as possible. The law should guarantee human rights and should allow everyone to enjoy the same mutual respect.

    Article 30: No government, group or individual should act in a way that would destroy the rights and freedoms of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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    A summary of the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 1: We are all born free. We all have our own thoughts and ideas and we should all be treated the same way. Article 2: The rights in the UDHR belong to everyone, no matter who we are, where we’re from, or whatever we believe. Article 3: We all have the right to life, and to live in freedom and safety. Article 4: No one should be held as a slave, and no one has the right to treat anyone else as their slave. Article 5: No one has the right to inflict torture, or to subject anyone else to cruel or inhuman treatment. Article 6: We should all have the same level of legal protection whoever we are, and wherever in the world we are. Article 7: The law is the same for everyone, and must treat us all equally. Article 8: We should all have the right to legal support if we are treated unfairly. Article 9: Nobody should be arrested, put in prison, or sent away from our country unless there is good reason to do so. Article 10: Everyone accused of a crime has the right to a fair and public trial, and those that try us should be independent and not influenced by others. Article 11: Everyone accused of a crime has the right to be considered innocent until they have fairly been proven to be guilty. Article 12: Nobody has the right to enter our home, open our mail, or intrude on our families without good reason. We also have the right to be protected if someone tries to unfairly damage our reputation. Article 13: We all have the right to move freely within our country, and to visit and leave other countries when we wish. Article 14: If we are at risk of harm we have the right to go to another country to seek protection. Article 15: We all have the right to be a citizen of a country and nobody should prevent us, without good reason, from being a citizen of another country if we wish. Article 16: We should have the right to marry and have a family as soon as we’re legally old enough. Our ethnicity, nationality and religion should not stop us from being able to do this. Men and women have the same rights when they are married and also when they’re separated. We should never be forced to marry. The government has a responsibility to protect us and our family. Article 17: Everyone has the right to own property, and no one has the right to take this away from us without a fair reason. Article 18: Everyone has the freedom to think or believe what they want, including the right to religious belief. We have the right to change our beliefs or religion at any time, and the right to publicly or privately practise our chosen religion, alone or with others. Article 19: Everyone has the right to their own opinions, and to be able to express them freely. We should have the right to share our ideas with who we want, and in whichever way we choose. Article 20: We should all have the right to form groups and organise peaceful meetings. Nobody should be forced to belong to a group if they don’t want to. Article 21: We all have the right to take part in our country’s political affairs either by freely choosing politicians to represent us, or by belonging to the government ourselves. Governments should be voted for by the public on a regular basis, and every person’s individual vote should be secret. Every individual vote should be worth the same. Article 22: The society we live in should help every person develop to their best ability through access to work, involvement in cultural activity, and the right to social welfare. Every person in society should have the freedom to develop their personality with the support of the resources available in that country. Article 23: We all have the right to employment, to be free to choose our work, and to be paid a fair salary that allows us to live and support our family. Everyone who does the same work should have the right to equal pay, without discrimination. We have the right to come together and form trade union groups to defend our interests as workers. Article 24: Everyone has the right to rest and leisure time. There should be limits on working hours, and people should be able to take holidays with pay. Article 25: We all have the right to enough food, clothing, housing and healthcare for ourselves and our families. We should have access to support if we are out of work, ill, elderly, disabled, widowed, or can’t earn a living for reasons outside of our control. An expectant mother and her baby should both receive extra care and support. All children should have the same rights when they are born. Article 26: Everyone has the right to education. Primary schooling should be free. We should all be able to continue our studies as far as we wish. At school we should be helped to develop our talents, and be taught an understanding and respect for everyone’s human rights. We should also be taught to get on with others whatever their ethnicity, religion, or country they come from. Our parents have the right to choose what kind of school we go to. Article 27: We all have the right to get involved in our community’s arts, music, literature and sciences, and the benefits they bring. If we are an artist, a musician, a writer or a scientist, our works should be protected and we should be able to benefit from them. Article 28: We all have the right to live in a peaceful and orderly society so that these rights and freedoms can be protected, and these rights can be enjoyed in all other countries around the world. Article 29: We have duties to the community we live in that should allow us to develop as fully as possible. The law should guarantee human rights and should allow everyone to enjoy the same mutual respect. Article 30: No government, group or individual should act in a way that would destroy the rights and freedoms of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Original Article on Amnesty International
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  • First, imagine that your country has been internationally declared a battlefield without your knowledge.

    Second, imagine that two groups of mercenaries have been hired to fight on this battlefield and you are stuck in the middle as an "undeclared" person.

    Third, imagine that both sides in this secret "war" are intent on impersonating you as someone from the other side, so as to justify mistreating and abusing you and stealing your property.

    Fourth, imagine that one side in this secret mercenary war is funded by communists, and the other side is funded by capitalists. And you are neither one.

    Fifth, imagine that all of this is grossly illegal and against international law, but it proved so profitable that the Principals responsible continued it for 160 years. And since you didn't know anything about it, you didn't object.

    Sixth, imagine that all this has been discovered and that the Principals responsible --- on all sides --- are being brought to task for it.
    First, imagine that your country has been internationally declared a battlefield without your knowledge. Second, imagine that two groups of mercenaries have been hired to fight on this battlefield and you are stuck in the middle as an "undeclared" person. Third, imagine that both sides in this secret "war" are intent on impersonating you as someone from the other side, so as to justify mistreating and abusing you and stealing your property. Fourth, imagine that one side in this secret mercenary war is funded by communists, and the other side is funded by capitalists. And you are neither one. Fifth, imagine that all of this is grossly illegal and against international law, but it proved so profitable that the Principals responsible continued it for 160 years. And since you didn't know anything about it, you didn't object. Sixth, imagine that all this has been discovered and that the Principals responsible --- on all sides --- are being brought to task for it.
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     By Anna Von Reitz First, imagine that your country has been internationally declared a battlefield without your knowledge.  Second, imagine...
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  • Virtually every international organization that has looked into the Israeli treatment of the Palestinians, to include Israeli human rights groups, has denounced in the strongest terms the inhuman behavior that has become normal.
    Virtually every international organization that has looked into the Israeli treatment of the Palestinians, to include Israeli human rights groups, has denounced in the strongest terms the inhuman behavior that has become normal.
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    It’s Past Time to be Honest About Israel
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  • Don't give up!

    You can begin to exit the system and start reclaiming and living in sovereignty. It just takes a little effort before it becomes natural.

    Top tips to promote living in freedom:

    1. Use cash as much as possible and use it locally. Not only does it help you budget but it keeps cash king

    2. Commit to talking control and personal responsibility for your own health. Take some exercise, meditate, get enough sleep, and watch what you put into and onto your body. The less interaction you have with pharma sponsored medical agencies the better.

    3. Look for alternative health practitioners to support you if you do ever become unwell, or better still study to become one yourself. Consider homeopathy, herbalism, naturopathy, functional medicine, German new medicine, essential oil remedies and bach flower remedies to name but a few.

    4. Connect with and buy from or use the services of freedom supporting groups. There are many food alliances now, as well as the peoples health alliance, that can connect you to like minded individuals, and alternative health practitioners.

    5. Form your own groups or connections where you can. Even if you only find one other like minded person near you, its better than being alone. Try to grow your connections into a community and then consider trading with each other. You can trade skills, food, services, kindness credits etc.

    6. Grow as much of your own food as you can. Gardening is good exercise, therapeutic, and rewarding. Knowing where your food has come from and what is in it, is very important to your health.

    7. If you have children and are able to home school, do. Schools are indoctrination camps, no matter how "nice" you think the teachers are. I am proud to say that we are the only local business that I know of that offers staff flexibility in their roles to enable them to homeschool children. If you have a business, consider such a flexibility initiative too. Let's support each other.

    8. Be a conscious consumer. Stop giving money to Amazon because it is convenient. Convenience is the death knell of freedom. These people only understand money and control so starve them of both. Also, break free of the marketing and brain washing that is designed to make us keep purchasing stuff we do not need. Lots of things can be upcycled or refurbished/repurposed.

    9. Learn a new skill that might be useful to you. This could be sewing, foraging, archery, cooking, woodworking, fixing engines, repairing roofs. Anything! You get the idea. In addition to this have a basic store of items that would be needed in a short term worst case scenario such as batteries, oil lamps, tinned food, first aid kit, basic camping equipment, extra water and purification methods, a store of fuel, a generator if you can afford one, spare blankets etc. Having these things simply means you don't need to worry about "what if".

    10. Free yourself of debt as much as you can. Do you really need that subscription to Netflix. Do you really need satellite TV or any TV at all? Have you cancelled your TV licence? Go through your bank statement and commit to ending payments for things that you simply do not need in order to live an enjoyable life, especially if those payments are to companies supporting the current state of affairs.

    Finally, don't forget to smile and live. Most of the point of what they are doing is to strip every bit of joy out of your life. You can easily stop that from happening by finding joy in the things that you do, and doing things that bring you joy.
    Don't give up! You can begin to exit the system and start reclaiming and living in sovereignty. It just takes a little effort before it becomes natural. Top tips to promote living in freedom: 1. Use cash as much as possible and use it locally. Not only does it help you budget but it keeps cash king 2. Commit to talking control and personal responsibility for your own health. Take some exercise, meditate, get enough sleep, and watch what you put into and onto your body. The less interaction you have with pharma sponsored medical agencies the better. 3. Look for alternative health practitioners to support you if you do ever become unwell, or better still study to become one yourself. Consider homeopathy, herbalism, naturopathy, functional medicine, German new medicine, essential oil remedies and bach flower remedies to name but a few. 4. Connect with and buy from or use the services of freedom supporting groups. There are many food alliances now, as well as the peoples health alliance, that can connect you to like minded individuals, and alternative health practitioners. 5. Form your own groups or connections where you can. Even if you only find one other like minded person near you, its better than being alone. Try to grow your connections into a community and then consider trading with each other. You can trade skills, food, services, kindness credits etc. 6. Grow as much of your own food as you can. Gardening is good exercise, therapeutic, and rewarding. Knowing where your food has come from and what is in it, is very important to your health. 7. If you have children and are able to home school, do. Schools are indoctrination camps, no matter how "nice" you think the teachers are. I am proud to say that we are the only local business that I know of that offers staff flexibility in their roles to enable them to homeschool children. If you have a business, consider such a flexibility initiative too. Let's support each other. 8. Be a conscious consumer. Stop giving money to Amazon because it is convenient. Convenience is the death knell of freedom. These people only understand money and control so starve them of both. Also, break free of the marketing and brain washing that is designed to make us keep purchasing stuff we do not need. Lots of things can be upcycled or refurbished/repurposed. 9. Learn a new skill that might be useful to you. This could be sewing, foraging, archery, cooking, woodworking, fixing engines, repairing roofs. Anything! You get the idea. In addition to this have a basic store of items that would be needed in a short term worst case scenario such as batteries, oil lamps, tinned food, first aid kit, basic camping equipment, extra water and purification methods, a store of fuel, a generator if you can afford one, spare blankets etc. Having these things simply means you don't need to worry about "what if". 10. Free yourself of debt as much as you can. Do you really need that subscription to Netflix. Do you really need satellite TV or any TV at all? Have you cancelled your TV licence? Go through your bank statement and commit to ending payments for things that you simply do not need in order to live an enjoyable life, especially if those payments are to companies supporting the current state of affairs. Finally, don't forget to smile and live. Most of the point of what they are doing is to strip every bit of joy out of your life. You can easily stop that from happening by finding joy in the things that you do, and doing things that bring you joy.
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  • Racism is multi-color and multi-cultural tribalism.

    It impacts all groups wherever diversity exists.

    Remember the long process that humanity has endured to arrive at this moment, with different tribes of people fighting against each other about nearly everything you can think of.

    Religious beliefs. Skin color. Land. Money. Bad breath. You name it.

    http://www.paulstramer.net/2023/07/the-definition-of-racism.html
    Racism is multi-color and multi-cultural tribalism. It impacts all groups wherever diversity exists. Remember the long process that humanity has endured to arrive at this moment, with different tribes of people fighting against each other about nearly everything you can think of. Religious beliefs. Skin color. Land. Money. Bad breath. You name it. http://www.paulstramer.net/2023/07/the-definition-of-racism.html
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  • A whistleblower from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) which has itself a shady reputation mainly for its biased reporting, always in favor of the western wannabe empire and its vassals, has revealed the discovery of Ukrainian Nazi Groups harvesting children’s organs in underground laboratories. These labs were exposed after the buildings were destroyed in the war.

    The 11-minute video of The People’s Voice is so brutal and cruel it is difficult to watch and listen to.

    The Ukrainian atrocities it describes is just at the limit of what a normal human being can take – and still believe in humanity. Lest, one begins to segregate humans from un-humans. Thoughts and concepts along this line are not new, especially since the beginning of the new era, as you may call what began with the self-inflicted 9/11 mass murder – and related lies, ongoing.
    A whistleblower from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) which has itself a shady reputation mainly for its biased reporting, always in favor of the western wannabe empire and its vassals, has revealed the discovery of Ukrainian Nazi Groups harvesting children’s organs in underground laboratories. These labs were exposed after the buildings were destroyed in the war. The 11-minute video of The People’s Voice is so brutal and cruel it is difficult to watch and listen to. The Ukrainian atrocities it describes is just at the limit of what a normal human being can take – and still believe in humanity. Lest, one begins to segregate humans from un-humans. Thoughts and concepts along this line are not new, especially since the beginning of the new era, as you may call what began with the self-inflicted 9/11 mass murder – and related lies, ongoing.
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    Video: Ukraine Is Harvesting Children's Organs in Adrenochrome Labs
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  • COPIED.
    I've been in France for three months now. Their approach to this is simply fantastic.
    I'd like to share a bit about it.
    A very well known supermarket here decided to go cashless.
    A group of 50 people got together and agreed that they would all do a big shop on the same day. Pilling their trolleys to the brim and each person getting to the checkout - the human check out, not the machines - and having everything scanned before bringing cash out.
    The staff were absolutely overrun. There management in a complete tizz, everyone repeatedly, calmly and in a very organised and polite fashion acting as if they knew nothing. No edges, no rudeness, no humiliation.
    The supermarket reinstated cash.
    .....
    Petrol stations : filling up with fuel then only having cash to pay.
    ......
    Restaurants : groups of friends going out for dinner and nobody taking phones or credit cards, only cash ...
    .....
    They are doing it in every single area of France. Simply refusing to be part of it.
    ***
    The reason it works is because it's organised in large groups. One person here and another there doesn't work. It needs to be really carefully constructed.
    Thank you Sandy Lee
    COPIED. I've been in France for three months now. Their approach to this is simply fantastic. I'd like to share a bit about it. A very well known supermarket here decided to go cashless. A group of 50 people got together and agreed that they would all do a big shop on the same day. Pilling their trolleys to the brim and each person getting to the checkout - the human check out, not the machines - and having everything scanned before bringing cash out. The staff were absolutely overrun. There management in a complete tizz, everyone repeatedly, calmly and in a very organised and polite fashion acting as if they knew nothing. No edges, no rudeness, no humiliation. The supermarket reinstated cash. ..... Petrol stations : filling up with fuel then only having cash to pay. ...... Restaurants : groups of friends going out for dinner and nobody taking phones or credit cards, only cash ... ..... They are doing it in every single area of France. Simply refusing to be part of it. *** The reason it works is because it's organised in large groups. One person here and another there doesn't work. It needs to be really carefully constructed. 👏👏 Thank you Sandy Lee
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  • Shared From Aussie Prepping and Survival Skills Group on Telegram

    I live in a bus with my beautiful partner Michelle in Lismore....I have a beautiful man that lives next to me in a tent,, as a lot of people are still displaced after the floods,, thanks to community we have got him a few things together to make him more comfortable.... this man is my mums age 69 and doesn't need to be sleeping in a tent.... all I ask is that you share this post to as many groups as you can.... I want to swap my 2007 Honda crf450r dirtbike for a camp trailer or an older caravan to get this beautiful Aussie soul out of the elements... the bike has 83 hours on the meter... its in excellent condition for its age...its totally standard except for a suspension upgrade. Comes with full manual and engine rebuild kit and bike stand, very reliable and very fast....I'd say the market value is around 4 grand... I'm really having trouble at night sleeping this awesome soul is living in a tent.... please share everywhere people 0473 772 406
    Shared From Aussie Prepping and Survival Skills Group on Telegram I live in a bus with my beautiful partner Michelle in Lismore....I have a beautiful man that lives next to me in a tent,, as a lot of people are still displaced after the floods,, thanks to community we have got him a few things together to make him more comfortable.... this man is my mums age 69 and doesn't need to be sleeping in a tent.... all I ask is that you share this post to as many groups as you can.... I want to swap my 2007 Honda crf450r dirtbike for a camp trailer or an older caravan to get this beautiful Aussie soul out of the elements... the bike has 83 hours on the meter... its in excellent condition for its age...its totally standard except for a suspension upgrade. Comes with full manual and engine rebuild kit and bike stand, very reliable and very fast....I'd say the market value is around 4 grand... I'm really having trouble at night sleeping this awesome soul is living in a tent.... please share everywhere people 0473 772 406
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