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Anti lockdown riots in Europe and around the world


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Brits and the Germans made a dignified and impressive effort a few weeks back with the police doing most of the violence in both cases and now the temperamental mediterraneans are getting emotional.   Believe there's not been much reporting outside the Mail on the increasing frequency and size of anti lockdown protests and riots in Europe.  According to some sources the invisible but ever present extreme alt far right super nazis are responsible again, several in Italy and Spain past few days:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8882647/Furious-anti-lockdown-protests-erupt-Europe.html

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/europe-news/2020/10/24/covid-riots-rock-naples/

https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2020/10/27/europe-in-the-grip-of-anti-lockdown-protests/

The air is red and filled with smoke during clashes between demonstrators and police in Milan on Monday night

 

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4 minutes ago, Caravan Monster said:

extreme alt far right super nazis

Not strictly thread related but one day, maybe a thousand years from now, there won't be any Nazi* bogeymen to blame everything on, and that terrifies them almost as much as the fact they might have to look inside themselves for where to place the blame for feeling bad...

*By them I mean anyone who uses the word Nazi/alt right/racist/etc,etc,etc as a thought terminator, a conversation killer, a debate denier.  It is cowardly.

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Chewing Grass
1 minute ago, ashestoashes said:

think it's being orchestrated by all the out of work orchestras

I hope they are doing Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Under Cover of the Night after all a Rolling Stone gathers no moss..

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1 hour ago, Loki said:

Not strictly thread related but one day, maybe a thousand years from now, there won't be any Nazi* bogeymen to blame everything on, and that terrifies them almost as much as the fact they might have to look inside themselves for where to place the blame for feeling bad...

*By them I mean anyone who uses the word Nazi/alt right/racist/etc,etc,etc as a thought terminator, a conversation killer, a debate denier.  It is cowardly.

There'll always be an 'ultimate bad' to blame.  Doesn't matter if it is Catholics, the French, Russians, whatever.

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1 minute ago, dgul said:

There'll always be an 'ultimate bad' to blame.  Doesn't matter if it is Catholics, the French, Russians, whatever.

Too true, I think.  Maybe we could all just ignore them telling us who to hate and what to be afraid of this week?  A man can dream

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Even though I have been part of the David Bleasdale type of socialism in my life and never regretting it to this day I have now edged up to what some would call "the right", though I can tell you I knew some extreme  lefty socialist types who have gone the same way.

This Covid virus has again highlighted the inbalance  in the UK of the taking care of those who are weaker and more vulnerable, it's even reached the point where the weaker have all in the power in many cases as the weak bark orders at the stronger working tax paying members of our society.

We are stuck with this virus and so we will have to live with  it, but most of us are strong enough to catch and get over it, but yet again the stronger have to turn their lives upside down and decline in quality of life as we again take care of the weak as they bark orders at the stronger.

It sounds horrible, but there is a point you reach where you start having to live to the ethos of survival of the fittest, for most of my life for example I supported a welfare system that took care of the weak, not a system that made me look after them while they constantly made demands on what they want at my expense

 

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10 hours ago, ashestoashes said:

think it's being orchestrated by all the out of work orchestras

Or possibly a ultra reactionary brass ensemble, they're the ones you have to watch out for.

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4 minutes ago, onlyme said:

Or possibly a ultra reactionary brass ensemble, they're the ones you have to watch out for.

more then violent violinists or trumpian trumpeters ?

 

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The Welsh were revolting in London at the Weekend, did anyone see coverage? Probably not the sort of thing the BBC should be publicising, too many families and normal people and  bit thin on heavily built tattooed and shaven headed men carrying cans of Stella,  don't want the proles getting ideas.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/f8YyWP3JKNjD/

 

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RT covered the lockdown riots in Spain/Italy and also trouble in France with Muslims stamping on posters of Macron etc etc because of the cartoons which they don't like.  None of this has been reported by the UK MSM as far as I know. 

I watch RT and AlJazeera to get a bit of world news on the box.

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Merkel has locked down Germany from monday, small businesses shut down and regulation of social interaction similar to our rule of six bullshit. The protest in Berlin iirc was really big. If that many people were pissed off sometime ago, she's playing with fire with lockdown 2.0. Don't think it will be long before the protests start in Germany.

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2 hours ago, Caravan Monster said:

Getting lively as Parisians run to the hills prior to tonight's beginning of Macron's attempt to finish off the capital, panic buying and riots starting already:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8895437/Coronavirus-France-Gridlock-thousands-try-flee-Paris-ahead-new-month-long-lockdown.html

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4 hours ago, The Masked Tulip said:

This is just crazy.

 

Youtuber / reporter Tim Pool often mentions how life goes on in conflict zones and how McDonalds can be open a few streets away from fighting

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27 minutes ago, Stunley Andwin said:

This is the most important thread on this site.

Manchester University put a big metal fence around one of their halls of residence but the students have now pulled it down.

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/furious-students-tear-down-new-19231246

Furious students tear down 'new lockdown fences' during passionate protest  against Manchester University's decision to 'pen them in' - Manchester  Evening News

No idea wtf the university thought they were doing there, they seem to have forgotten that students these days are in fact paying customers for services that they are meant to provide. 

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My understanding of the current situation in the UK is that the government are playing with semantics in an attempt to appear less draconian. The 'rule of 6' or whatever they are calling it this week is being used as legal justification for breaking up gatherings and on the quiet Priti Patel the Home Secretary has specifically instructed police to target protests, but she definitely didn't say 'smash all dissenters' :ph34r: Reports from the gym protests in Liverpool where the police are broadly with the protesters and claiming to be compelled to enforce against their judgement backs this up.

Gym resistance Bedford, Essex, Devon:

https://www.rt.com/uk/505768-gym-owner-arrested-lockdown-defiance/

Gym resistance Liverpool, ongoing for some months because of localised lockdowns. Significant local petition and tens of thousands in fines:

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-merseyside-gym-fined-by-police-for-refusing-to-shut-gets-31-000-in-donations-12104509

London, annual Anonymous Guy Fawkes Night Million Mask March ( how prescient that turned out to be)

https://www.rt.com/uk/505785-million-mask-march-lockdown/

https://www.pscp.tv/w/1OdKrWOYmqXGX?t=83

Cornish nursing assistant Shelley Tasker publicly resigns outside Truro Cathedral after getting in trouble for screen shoting NHS data that there is barely any covid in that part of the country on the eve of lockdown:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13118347/nhs-worker-resigns-no-work-peak-pandemic-cornwall/

Worth mentioning this post in yt comments and she does indeed run a photography business https://www.shelleytasker.com/about.html Was she also a nursing assistant? Not sure, so this could be a smear or it could be that she genuinely did both and was an NHS employee

This woman while yes living in Camborne has no true association with Treliske Hospital of the NHS. She is a photographer who has ran her business for 20 years. She is only boosting her own ego and creating traffic through Google searches for her name to increase foot print to her own businesses webpage. She should just put up or shout up...

 

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3 hours ago, Stunley Andwin said:

This is the most important thread on this site.

Manchester University put a big metal fence around one of their halls of residence but the students have now pulled it down.

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/furious-students-tear-down-new-19231246

Furious students tear down 'new lockdown fences' during passionate protest  against Manchester University's decision to 'pen them in' - Manchester  Evening News

If I had a van I'd have gone and offered to take the fencing away.

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