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Here's a clip of protestors in Melbourne breaking through a police line. Not sure about the context or what the cops were trying to accomplish.

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Hello NA comrades, I’m writing this to learn how to use this platform. I am completely new to social media and it confuses/scares me but I want to be able to reach out to my fellow NA listeners. I have been on board since episode one. Yes I came over from DSC. Because of what is happening I’m selling my house to flee the city and I need to find people in the same situation so we can help each other get through this and protect our children. I’m in Alberta, looking for a place to live free.

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Here's my prediction for the next 48 hours:

We are currently on Working Day 4 since Biden's little mandate speech without even the general language of the EO being released. We are currently at the stage where major employers of low skill labor are directly petitioning the White House to back off (source below). The labor crisis is real and for as much as some narrative-setters in this sphere want to believe capital will gleefully comply, there is actual systemic risk posed by these mandates.

Major sweatshop employers are beginning to understand that their labor pool has completely checked out and even the slightest inconvenience will have them skipping out on their shift and working for someone else the next day.

>"But OSHA!"

We're at the point where I am credibly informed that major, nationwide companies are low-key skipping drug tests and background checks in complete defiance of OSHA and their insurer's requirements just to get shifts half-covered. Certain industries have always weighed the risk of an audit finding versus the power of "we lost his records, whoops" but now everyone is doing it because the cost of doing otherwise is you entire business.

So what's tomorrow's big national security announcement? Good news, we're all avoiding the camps for now. Bad news, we're going to shift into national distraction mode by turning everyone to focus on Chinese aggression against Taiwan.

Just as with COVID, ignoring the problem and carrying on as normal is the best solution to the Taiwan question for the Empire but we're run by idiots so that's what we're getting.

Source: msn.com/en-us/news/politics/biden-ceos-biz-leaders-meet-on-covid-19-vaccine-mandates/ar-AAOt7B9
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—The National Association of Broadcasters, the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC), and the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB) have filed a petition with the FCC asking for a stay of the Commission's order mandating disclosures for foreign government-sponsored programming.

tvtechnology.com/news/broadcas

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I don't think it's any plainer than this...

If "allowing my pre-teen children to be pumped full of mRNA vax-juice without my consent or even knowledge" isn't the proverbial Line Not To Be Crossed...

... then said Line simply doesn't exist and we are, literally, serfs.

We shall know soon enough. For certain.

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Saw a thread about radio communications so thought I’d say a little bit about that, as I’ve been big into the ham radio hobby for a few years. Going to assume for this that you:

Live in a rural/suburban setting
Have a group of family/friends/neighbors that all live relatively close

In a collapse/shtf/whatever scenario, the one thing everyone should have minimum, is a baofeng. They are cheap, easy to program, and easy to use. Buy a couple for yourself/your family, and then keep a few extra to give to your neighbor down the street. While DMR radios have their benefits with digital encoding and possible encryption, if you hand one of those to your boomer uncle or neighbor their eyes will glass over. Stuff like that requires a certain level of “tech” that most people don’t have. If enough people in your group could learn that though, it’s not a bad idea. But the primary benefit of the boafengs is that they are cheap, easy to use, and easy to get extra batteries, antenna, etc. for.

Now that you have your baofengs, I would program in your local repeater channels, police/dispatch, GMRS channels, and a few random channels for simplex. You can do more if your area has certain frequencies that get a lot of traffic, but for most needs that should cover you. Program that in, and hand them out to your neighbors.

CB radios on sideband, with antennas mounted in a good spot, can get around 10 miles, possibly more if the skip is opening up. That can be another easy way to communicate house-to-house, especially if you live in a rural setting where your homes aren’t as close together.

The most useful thing your group can do, after establishing your handheld communications, is to monitor radio frequencies. Generally, you should keep all your communications as short and to the point as possible, as in a collapse/shtf scenario, anyone watching the bands looking for trouble will figure out where you are pretty easily if you’re just broadcasting all the time without any regard.

If you want a cheap, easy way to monitor almost every band, get a USB SDR radio- it’s basically a USB stick you plug into a computer that then plugs into an antenna, which you can use to monitor the airwaves on your computer. (It depends on the model, but most can monitor anything from 10m to the 12.5cm bands. Many have add-ons you can buy to pick up the HF bands) They are cheap, only around 30 bucks or so, and with the proper programs, can be used to decode most digital radio modes for free (D-Star, P25, etc.) I would suggest getting an old laptop and downloading all that shit onto it, so you have a portable and low power way of using it.

This is I think, is an easy way for a small group to cover many of their bases regards to radio communications.

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I just got this from my credit union

Everyone else shoulf be contacting their financial institutions if they have not already contacted you.

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⚠️ IMPORTANT: Users of Element Desktop/Web/Android, FluffyChat & Nheko should upgrade immediately to address a critical encryption vulnerability.

We are not aware of this being exploited in the wild yet, but as the bug is now disclosed please upgrade now. matrix.org/blog/2021/09/13/vul

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[RT Candace Owens :verified: @realcandaceo] [RT @atthehague]

After eighteen years of active duty service in the US Army, my lieutenant colonel husband has resigned

He’s walking away from all he’s worked for and believed in since he was an ROTC kid at UGA

He’s walking away from his retirement

His resignation memo:

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it makes sense why they would push mrna over traditional vaccines - which would have had practically no pushback at all

it's the perfect plausible deniability. you could ship a vial of mrna that produces a form of communicable CJD protein with the rest of the spike protein batch and nobody would be the wiser. devastate a town, school, or state of your choosing.

with a lead time of anywhere from 3-18 months it could never trace it back. anyone suggesting it was caused by the vaccine could just be smeared by the media as conspiracy theorists.

it's a population shaping tool for an elite who don't have any real support. just kill all the people that aren't with the program.
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@SeaRobb when he is asking what are waiting for, what more do you need, that is the moment, if you didn't realize before, that it is a war between good and evil. These shots are less effective than the flu shot and causing multitudes of problems. The feds are dumb, but no one is this dumb. It is a culling and now there will be a false flag to lock down the country.

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