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11 minutes ago, Baba Yaga said:

WEF Founder Klaus Schwab Calls For The 'Great Reset'

This is the organisation where the term the great reset comes from. Speakers at their event earlier in the year involve Merkel, Macron, President Xi, von der Leyen, Narendra Modi, Nethanyahu, Bill Gates etc. You can see for yourself the speeches here...

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=davos+2021+speech

You can see a list of all of the partners who are involved in the WEF here (big corporations mostly)...

https://www.weforum.org/partners#search

To call the great reset a random conspiracy theory based on promoting crypto is laughable (not you but someone else). Its pretty clear to me that covid is being used as a pretext to reshape society in the way that benefits the people at the very top. You can say that's how it has always been but the new technologies now available to control people means that those who say that the impact on peoples lives has now changed also have a valid point. Things such as individual rights and civil liberties will not be mentioned much in the great reset because they plan to erase them.

https://www.weforum.org/focus/the-great-reset

This goes into more detail of what the great reset looks like... no matter what side you are on it should be obvious by now that we are on the verge of big changes in society and many people that were useful in the 'old normal' will no longer have such a comfortable place in the 'new normal'.

https://intelligence.weforum.org/topics/a1Gb0000000LHN7EAO?tab=publications

Digital identity will mean you can be tracked and behaviour controlled, you can see this already happening in China with their social credit score and people are right to be weary.

Your Digital Identity Can Be Used Against You in the Event ...

To call this a rabbit hole is completely inaccurate, to some extent this is direction we are heading in whether you want to see it or not 🙉

 

 

 

Blimey.  All that's down to the BBC?  That's not what the TV licence is for.

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46 minutes ago, Baba Yaga said:

 

Digital identity will mean you can be tracked and behaviour controlled, you can see this already happening in China with their social credit score and people are right to be weary.

Your Digital Identity Can Be Used Against You in the Event ...

To call this a rabbit hole is completely inaccurate, to some extent this is direction we are heading in whether you want to see it or not 🙉

 

 

 

Nearly all of these things already exist - major cities have CCTV, ANPR etc. Your bank card has paper trail, you use a passport to travel, online shopping and habits tracked via cookies etc.

The biggest risk to people's privacy is their own misuse of the internet and social media IMO 😂 how many people add all and sundry to their facebook and then share half their life on there? 

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2 minutes ago, MarcusX said:

Nearly all of these things already exist - major cities have CCTV, ANPR etc. Your bank card has paper trail, you use a passport to travel, online shopping and habits tracked via cookies etc.

The biggest risk to people's privacy is their own misuse of the internet and social media IMO 😂 how many people add all and sundry to their facebook and then share half their life on there? 

You do realise the likes of FB were made to be addictive. The guy who invented it said so himself, wanted it banned. 

Everything you do is watched, tracked. Algorithms put in place to register every like, message, comment etc. Your whole world is pre planned for you by the actions you make in buying habits or use of social media. Everything you see is aimed at your preferences.

Try talking out loud about the most random stuff when your phone is on.

You'll soon be getting adverts related to that conversation.

Played that game in the pub with people who didn't believe it so. It happened to them.

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1 minute ago, spudski said:

You do realise the likes of FB were made to be addictive. The guy who invented it said so himself, wanted it banned. 

Everything you do is watched, tracked. Algorithms put in place to register every like, message, comment etc. Your whole world is pre planned for you by the actions you make in buying habits or use of social media. Everything you see is aimed at your preferences.

Try talking out loud about the most random stuff when your phone is on.

You'll soon be getting adverts related to that conversation.

Played that game in the pub with people who didn't believe it so. It happened to them.

None of this is a secret, and again, most can be mitigated and/or turned off. I wouldn't go as far as saying your whole world is pre-planned. Awareness is key.

Anyway this is massively off topic now

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1 hour ago, QuedgeRed said:

It’s as simple as the English FA doing one thing and the Scottish FA doing another!!

Get a grip people!

 

It is, but that's where the bollocks sets in.

Do we assume Scots have some greater degree of immunity to the virus than English people?  Where does that leave Adams, Dykes, McTominay and Tierney - who weren't born in Scotland? Or Sterling, for that matter, who wasn't born in England?

I suppose the question has to be why the FA thought it crucial to consult Public Health England and follow their ruling, but the SFA doesn't appear to have done the same with the Scottish equivalent. 

The honest answer is that England knew their game wasn't crucial, but Scotland know theirs is.

It doesn't stop it being ludicrous bollocks though.

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6 minutes ago, Red-Robbo said:

 

It is, but that's where the bollocks sets in.

Do we assume Scots have some greater degree of immunity to the virus than English people?  Where does that leave Adams, Dykes, McTominay and Tierney - who weren't born in Scotland? Or Sterling, for that matter, who wasn't born in England?

I suppose the question has to be why the FA thought it crucial to consult Public Health England and follow their ruling, but the SFA doesn't appear to have done the same with the Scottish equivalent. 

The honest answer is that England knew their game wasn't crucial, but Scotland know theirs is.

It doesn't stop it being ludicrous bollocks though.

I know it’s mad, but it’s no conspiracy theory! 😂

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1 minute ago, QuedgeRed said:

I know it’s mad, but it’s no conspiracy theory! 😂

 

Precisely.

... unless the entire World Economic Forum have placed a very big bet on the Czechs. Maybe the entire pandemic was all to cover this up...?  🕵️‍♂️ 🤔 🤣🤣🤣

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19 minutes ago, spudski said:

You do realise the likes of FB were made to be addictive. The guy who invented it said so himself, wanted it banned. 

Everything you do is watched, tracked. Algorithms put in place to register every like, message, comment etc. Your whole world is pre planned for you by the actions you make in buying habits or use of social media. Everything you see is aimed at your preferences.

Try talking out loud about the most random stuff when your phone is on.

You'll soon be getting adverts related to that conversation.

Played that game in the pub with people who didn't believe it so. It happened to them.

There is a really good episode of Panorama about  this that is still on the I player.  'Are you scared yet, Human? 

I guess you haven't watched it though..

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1 hour ago, MarcusX said:

Nearly all of these things already exist - major cities have CCTV, ANPR etc. Your bank card has paper trail, you use a passport to travel, online shopping and habits tracked via cookies etc.

The biggest risk to people's privacy is their own misuse of the internet and social media IMO 😂 how many people add all and sundry to their facebook and then share half their life on there? 

The point is that there is a new generation of technology that many people in positions of power (those cited in earlier post) are looking to implement on the rest of us whether we want it or not, much easier to bring it in when there is a crisis. CCTV moving to facial recognition/smart city surveillance, bank card moving to digital currency (happened in China, still a few years away from that here), passport for countries will now be digital passports to enter football stadiums etc (and the option to deny people entry), social media data is one thing but we also have everyone's personal medical data now being sold off by the government (guess you are fine with that because you can opt out).

That's what you call progress I guess but it's hardly conspiracy bollocks to point out the clear and obvious agenda going on, or the problems that having a digital identity linking all of these things together may have in future on peoples individual rights.

 

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No one seems to be asking why they were laughing and hugging an opponent within seconds of the game ending ? I mean , do either of them look like they give a flying @@@@ that we’ve just put on an abject performance? 

 

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2 hours ago, The Bard said:

There is a really good episode of Panorama about  this that is still on the I player.  'Are you scared yet, Human? 

I guess you haven't watched it though..

If it's on the BBC I doubt I'll bother.

 

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8 hours ago, MarcusX said:

At least the lads learnt their lesson after the Gilmour incident:

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I believe there is a huge difference between 'socialising' on the pitch, i.e. in open air, during/immediately after the match, and doing likewise in, inter alia, the tunnel - apparently, MM and GC spent 17 minutes chatting with BG in the tunnel, i.e. a mere two minutes over the 15 minute threshhold. 

A shame, obviously, but surely they had been foewarned.

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