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EchoLight 1 point ago +1 / -0

Avoiding "conspiracy theories" is nothing more than pretending evil doesn't exist. 

I sure never thought about it like this until you'd pointed it out, but that is spot on. Most people who try to avoid the issue are either too naïve or too trusting in the veil that hides the worst kinds of evil.

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EchoLight 6 points ago +6 / -0

Fantastic! It raises my eyes that Monash Uni, whose main Clayton campus is in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia of all places, was one of the first institutions to publish a paper of ivermectin's effectiveness against SARS-CoV-2.

Anyone got the original though? OANN's airing crops the top and bottom of the video.

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EchoLight 6 points ago +6 / -0

Note: The displayed subtitles sometimes have some small disparity with what is actually spoken, due to Viganò's strong Italian accent (e.g. "God's counterfeits" is transcribed instead of "grotesque counterfeits"). Nevertheless the subtitles are correct most of the time with a 97% accuracy.

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EchoLight 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you!

I'm approaching 0% as well, although thanks to the pandemic and the madness I don't have many contacts to begin with. Thankfully my employer has held out against pushing anything vaccine-related for so long but the $10K/$100K penalties are now going to make it much harder for them to resist any longer, so now I'm expecting to be let go by next week.

Thanks for the link! Riccardo Bosi is one of those rare individuals who just brims with conviction. He sure knows something we don't just like 45 and GN know.

I'm fortunate that my red pilling, my faith in God, and this very community have all kept me from caving in to despair, even if I'm just exhausted from all of this. As long as we stay awake, there's hope coming for all of us.

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EchoLight 3 points ago +3 / -0

I should've been more mindful that you were also from Melbourne. Far out, my head's been filled with all sorts of anxiety lately that I can barely focus on the details. I send my prayers to you and your family.

That's a very interesting pick up on "It's no where near the end". That sure perks my interest, it's as if the silence here is to imply, "Think back to what we've been saying up until now", like some surprise exam. >_>

I'm actually finding it hard to track down Riccardo Bosi's videos, let alone his primary channel. Do you have a link to the video where Riccardo Bosi asked us to survive another two months?

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EchoLight 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yeah, and we can't get a grasp of what's going on. All 3 YT Georges came together and said almost nothing, again!

I find it hard to believe that they'd just be sitting there and watching the feed for and hour and a half doing nothing. I wonder if they have something else going on (e.g. higher level discussions) that run parallel to these chats?

I'm frustrated myself especially since I'm in a full-blown communist police state now (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) and like others here I'm just searching for some sign that this will be over, SOON...!!

We do appreciate the prayers and sentiments for us though. WWG1WGA

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EchoLight 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hardly anything was said in either the YouTube Chat Line or Telegram GeorgeChat. Everywhere is too quiet.

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EchoLight 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, it doesn't have anything to do with your handshake status. It's a bug with this site because it doesn't process the numbers as instantly as other social media platforms.

I've been on here for much longer and I always upvote once, and then assume that my upvote has been sent on its merry way, and don't fiddle with it. I always give it more than a few minutes, because if I click that upvote button again the site might interpret that as a signal to remove the upvote.

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EchoLight 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah it's out in woop woop in the Western District. To hear people going from the metro to the country and to have the police shut down the operation there underscores just how much of an authoritarian dystopia our state's become.

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EchoLight 1 point ago +1 / -0

Incident in Colac with a Rebel Country Doctor

I heard today that there was a Doctor in Colac who was issuing exemptions to anyone who turned up. The story was that AHPRA was going to deregister him in the following week for refusing to follow the narrative.

I received this call from someone who drove there and was in the line to see the Dr and who watches Café Locked Out. He wanted to remain anonymous, but he wanted the story told, so I recorded this interview. It’s a little long but shattering.

Welcome to Melbourne.

Michael Gray Griffith

Cafe Locked Out

Audio Recording only.

FB Link: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=164827782436396

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EchoLight 3 points ago +3 / -0

UPDATE Topher Field has been released from custody on light bail conditions and went live on FB. He will be due to appear in Court in January. His documentary and his ability to speak his mind appear to be unaffected.

Edit: Here's a link to his documentary:

https://www.givesendgo.com/battlegroundmelbourne

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EchoLight 7 points ago +7 / -0

Case sensitive so lower case q

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EchoLight 7 points ago +7 / -0

Fellow Aussie here, your boat sounds just like mine. You are not alone. There are voices out there like Topher Field, Real Rukshan, Cafe Locked Out and Aussie Cossack who can show you that yours is not the only one!

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EchoLight 10 points ago +10 / -0

Source (translated)

https://tekdeeps.com/here-the-british-pk-team-is-enchanted-by-polish-fans-during-the-humiliation-ritual/

Source

https://www.friatider.se/har-trollas-pk-laget-leicester-av-polska-fansen-under-fornedringsritualen

Here, the British PK team is enchanted by Polish fans during the humiliation ritual

Published 1 October 2021 at 13.01

During the Europa League match in Warsaw between Legia Warsaw and British Leicester City on Thursday, the Polish fans rolled out a giant banner with the Polish strongman champion Mariusz Pudzianowski and the text “Kneel before His Majesty” just when it was time for the obligatory humiliation ritual there Western European teams are expected to kneel before Black Lives Matter.

The Polish fans, who knew of the British ‘constant kneeling in the face of the American violence, had prepared a banner that could be rolled out in a flash.

The humiliation ritual was carried out anyway, and Leicester City then lost the match 1-0.

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