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Going all puritanical tonight. A swathe of new laws.


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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8781629/New-Covid-rules-1k-fines-false-claims-loud-music-singing-dancing-BANNED.html
 

  • Fines for people who refuse to self-isolate, starting at £1,000 and rising to £10,000 for serial repeat offenders.
  • But if you are found to have 'recklessly' left self-isolation - the fine starts at £4,000 
  • Recklessly is described as deliberately going somewhere crowded where you could infect others - like an office. 
  • A £1,000 fine if you maliciously claim someone could have been exposed to coronavirus, and the falsehood is then discovered.
  • Pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes are banned from playing music at more than 85 decibels - roughly the noise level in a busy restaurant or that made by heavy traffic. Live performances are exempt from this rule.
  • Landlords and managers must take 'all reasonable measures' to stop singing on their premises by customers in groups of more than six, and dancing by anyone.  Weddings are exempt from this rule.
  • Fines of £4,000 for people who are 'reckless' and come into contact with other people when they know they should be at home in isolation. 
  • Examples given include people going to work in an office or other crowded place when you should be at home.
  • £50 fine for staff who fail to tell their workplace they need to self-isolate. 
  • Employers banned from forcing staff to work when they should be self-isolating or going along with an employee's desire to work instead of self-isolating
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9 minutes ago, One percent said:

Landlords and managers must take 'all reasonable measures' to stop singing on their premises by customers in groups of more than six.

Ah well, life used to be so spontaneous.

 

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The problem is that nearly all of those rely on the honesty of the individual and so are completely unenforceable.  If you don’t have “the app” then you can’t be tracked and told to isolate.  If you have symptoms..  who is ever going to know?  If you don’t get tested you are completely under the radar so how will anyone know you were meant to be self isolating?

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40 minutes ago, One percent said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8781629/New-Covid-rules-1k-fines-false-claims-loud-music-singing-dancing-BANNED.html
 

  • Fines for people who refuse to self-isolate, starting at £1,000 and rising to £10,000 for serial repeat offenders.
  • But if you are found to have 'recklessly' left self-isolation - the fine starts at £4,000 
  • Recklessly is described as deliberately going somewhere crowded where you could infect others - like an office. 
  • A £1,000 fine if you maliciously claim someone could have been exposed to coronavirus, and the falsehood is then discovered.
  • Pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes are banned from playing music at more than 85 decibels - roughly the noise level in a busy restaurant or that made by heavy traffic. Live performances are exempt from this rule.
  • Landlords and managers must take 'all reasonable measures' to stop singing on their premises by customers in groups of more than six, and dancing by anyone.  Weddings are exempt from this rule.
  • Fines of £4,000 for people who are 'reckless' and come into contact with other people when they know they should be at home in isolation. 
  • Examples given include people going to work in an office or other crowded place when you should be at home.
  • £50 fine for staff who fail to tell their workplace they need to self-isolate. 
  • Employers banned from forcing staff to work when they should be self-isolating or going along with an employee's desire to work instead of self-isolating

I wonder if these can be backdated because there are some hypocrites that would have a pretty long charge list there!

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41 minutes ago, One percent said:

and dancing by anyone.

What a disgrace. Puts our government right up there with the Wahabis and the Taliban.

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47 minutes ago, One percent said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8781629/New-Covid-rules-1k-fines-false-claims-loud-music-singing-dancing-BANNED.html
 

  • Fines for people who refuse to self-isolate, starting at £1,000 and rising to £10,000 for serial repeat offenders.
  • But if you are found to have 'recklessly' left self-isolation - the fine starts at £4,000 
  • Recklessly is described as deliberately going somewhere crowded where you could infect others - like an office. 
  • A £1,000 fine if you maliciously claim someone could have been exposed to coronavirus, and the falsehood is then discovered.
  • Pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes are banned from playing music at more than 85 decibels - roughly the noise level in a busy restaurant or that made by heavy traffic. Live performances are exempt from this rule.
  • Landlords and managers must take 'all reasonable measures' to stop singing on their premises by customers in groups of more than six, and dancing by anyone.  Weddings are exempt from this rule.
  • Fines of £4,000 for people who are 'reckless' and come into contact with other people when they know they should be at home in isolation. 
  • Examples given include people going to work in an office or other crowded place when you should be at home.
  • £50 fine for staff who fail to tell their workplace they need to self-isolate. 
  • Employers banned from forcing staff to work when they should be self-isolating or going along with an employee's desire to work instead of self-isolating

When I started reading what David icke said 20 years ago I thought....how awful but hoped it would never happen.

I don’t care for his lizard/reptile/shape shifters stuff but sadly he was spot on about ever increasing state oppression and surveillance.

It’s becoming quite scary now. I don’t have a smartphone and don’t want one but wouldn’t be surprised if Rishi Sunshine announces a free smartphone for everyone so we can all have the app! Depressing!

Still, I have some hope though because through local chat and reading comments from a variety of online sources there is a lot of resistance to the belief that we are in the midst of a very threatening pandemic and that something else is going on. People seem to be becoming angry that they are being banned from meeting close family or friends in their own homes. Rightly so, in my opinion. WTF?

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42 minutes ago, Austin Allegro said:

Here is my considered reply to these new regulations:

 

How many members in the current government cabinet?...just so I know when to stop...in fact perhaps this could replace `clapping Thursday`, how about `Fuc£ you Friday`?

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4 minutes ago, Funn3r said:

What a disgrace. Puts our government right up there with the Wahabis and the Taliban.

Why not? There's something very sharia law about the various vidoes of women (it's always women) getting kicked in by law enforcement for not covering their faces in various countries.

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37 minutes ago, Libspero said:

The problem is that nearly all of those rely on the honesty of the individual and so are completely unenforceable.  If you don’t have “the app” then you can’t be tracked and told to isolate.  If you have symptoms..  who is ever going to know?  If you don’t get tested you are completely under the radar so how will anyone know you were meant to be self isolating?

I can see you are one of those logical troublemakers, just like the Commies...just a moment whilst I inform on you Brother...

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38 minutes ago, One percent said:

I think @The XYY Man karaoke is better.  Can you repost that please. :)

I missed that one...fortunately! :-)...I can imagine the lyrics are pretty easy to remember though, just choose one of three expletives and place them in a random order :-) :-) :-)

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17 minutes ago, The XYY Man said:

Which one...?

"The Wonder of You" from my wedding when I was a fat cunt, or one of the recent ones I'm done from my desktop...?

 

XYY

First one, when you were a fat bastard. :)

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33 minutes ago, Van Lady said:

When I started reading what David icke said 20 years ago I thought....how awful but hoped it would never happen.

I don’t care for his lizard/reptile/shape shifters stuff but sadly he was spot on about ever increasing state oppression and surveillance.

It’s becoming quite scary now. I don’t have a smartphone and don’t want one but wouldn’t be surprised if Rishi Sunshine announces a free smartphone for everyone so we can all have the app! Depressing!

Still, I have some hope though because through local chat and reading comments from a variety of online sources there is a lot of resistance to the belief that we are in the midst of a very threatening pandemic and that something else is going on. People seem to be becoming angry that they are being banned from meeting close family or friends in their own homes. Rightly so, in my opinion. WTF?

I remember reading The Robots Guide to Freedom in 1999. It’s been downhill ever since. And here we are.

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1 minute ago, ad_ceng said:

When are we going to stand up! 

 

Bread and circuses. Most haven’t even woken up yet.  As long as the free money keeps rolling in, the sheeple will obey

 

 

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Just now, One percent said:

Bread and circuses. Most haven’t even woken up yet.  As long as the free money keeps rolling in, the sheeple will obey

 

 

I am worried I spend a lot of time thinking about hw best to hit them back. 

Protests in london do not work, 

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7 minutes ago, ad_ceng said:

I am worried I spend a lot of time thinking about hw best to hit them back. 

Protests in london do not work, 

Why do you think they have worked so hard over the last 30 years to disarm us?  The American establishment has been confounded by their constitution but still they try as the know an armed populace will not be easily cowed. 

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5 minutes ago, ad_ceng said:

I am worried I spend a lot of time thinking about hw best to hit them back. 

Protests in london do not work, 

General Strike?

Wouldn't work as there is no industry.

Cars, 1/3 of 2016.

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Tourism, 1/5th of whatever.

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