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>> No. 67160 YubYub
2nd November 2020
Monday 12:29 pm
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>The Covi1984 fear spell is a planned social engineering program intended to bring humanity even deeper into bondage

Sounds pretty convincing to me.
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>> No. 67161 R4GE
2nd November 2020
Monday 12:45 pm
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>>67160
These people are exhausting.
>> No. 67162 Billbob
2nd November 2020
Monday 1:31 pm
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When can we just send these people to the work camps
>> No. 67163 Ambulancelad
2nd November 2020
Monday 1:53 pm
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>>67161
>>67162
Minions of the agenda detected.
>> No. 67164 Searchfag
2nd November 2020
Monday 2:17 pm
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>>67163
You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged.
>> No. 67165 R4GE
2nd November 2020
Monday 3:51 pm
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The freemen of the land are back, lads.
>> No. 67166 Anonymous
2nd November 2020
Monday 4:19 pm
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>>67165

I don't see why they would assume that would limiting the rights of the crown to close their business, there is nothing to that effect written in article 61.
>> No. 67167 Auntiefucker
2nd November 2020
Monday 5:23 pm
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>> No. 67168 Anonymous
2nd November 2020
Monday 5:36 pm
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>>67167
It's becoming more sad than funny now.
>> No. 67169 Billbob
2nd November 2020
Monday 5:40 pm
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>>67168
I've always found the Freeman of the Land guys intensely sad rather than amusing. I have direct experience of working with someone who started splitting up with his wife, reading too many websites late-night and then suddenly bought the whole idea wholesale, lock, stock and barrel. It's a weird and deeply delusional set of ideas that you can just ignore laws when you don't like them, by chanting a few magical, historical incantations.
>> No. 67173 Are Moaty
4th November 2020
Wednesday 9:23 am
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>>67169

It speaks of a desperation to avoid the inevitable. You have tried everything reasonable now you are trying the unreasonable. In some ways we should be thankful it exists otherwise these people might look for a violent solution.
>> No. 67174 Billbob
4th November 2020
Wednesday 9:33 am
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>>67173
>desperation to avoid the inevitable

I think you're right - there is also a correlation with middle-aged divorced/divorcing blokes - maybe it is desperation around the law, all I did was said a few words ("I do") and now I've had my life, kids, money taken away from me and I don't understand why. Maybe a couple of other magic words will undo it all.
>> No. 67412 Billbob
21st November 2020
Saturday 10:36 pm
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The link at the end of OP leads to a very long video of one of those all day seminar guys they have in the States that get money by boring people, giving them middling sandwiches and sausage rolls at half-way, cig break later, then some quasi religious stuff to invigorate people to at least get home safely.

Freemen on the Land are an extremely strange bunch, I knew someone who became one when he split with his wife and ended up sleeping in his chip van, did speed with him in it. His brain went too quick for him and he ended up believing in these sacred rights of freeborn, land-lubbin' Brits. Now I see it as that last ditch effort, borne of desperation.
>> No. 67413 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:05 pm
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>>67412
I met one in a pub over ten years ago. I'd never heard of freemen on the land stuff before so when he started talking about how he had got out of speeding tickets and the like using this amazing knowledge of the law and that the state doesn't technically exist I was quite interested and wrote down the website address he gave me. Then I looked into it just a bit further and realised it was fallacious bullshit predicated on the idea that the state cannot force you to obey it, which it obviously can.
>> No. 67414 YubYub
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:23 pm
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>>67413
I bet they sometimes find success just because whoever is taking minor enforcement action against them simply can't be bothered with it all.
>> No. 67415 Searchfag
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:35 pm
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>>67414
Yeah, that's the impression I got too.
>> No. 67420 YubYub
22nd November 2020
Sunday 4:17 am
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>>67413
>HOW HE HAD GOT OUT OF SPEEDING TICKETS

The lunatic at work who got into the freemen on the land stuff, also claimed "you can get out of speeding tickets" with it, too. I seriously doubt that, I think it's just one of their memes.

One of the common themes is divorce, with people who fall for it - in 2012, a Canadian judge who came up against it pulled apart all their arguments thus :-
https://www.canlii.org/en/ab/abqb/doc/2012/2012abqb571/2012abqb571.html

Obviously, once you start believing this stuff, you just say that some clause of the Magna Carta (which wasn't actually in the final published version) still applies, so he doesn't mean anything but still, if you want to waste the time he debunks it all very carefully.

It is mental illness, brought on by the stress of legal action, most usually divorce.
>> No. 67421 Searchfag
22nd November 2020
Sunday 8:55 am
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>>67174

>all I did was said a few words ("I do") and now I've had my life, kids, money taken away from me and I don't understand why. Maybe a couple of other magic words will undo it all.

This is a tremendously insightful observation.
>> No. 67423 Auntiefucker
22nd November 2020
Sunday 6:19 pm
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>>67420
https://freemandelusion.com/2018/07/15/the-strawman-in-the-courts/

There are a load more legal cases cited here, where people tried out this stuff, and obviously failed.

The one that really stuck out though was the actor Wesley Snipes, who attempted to use this approach during his tax evasion case; spent 3 years in jail. I feel sorry for the people who fall for this stuff.
>> No. 67446 YubYub
22nd November 2020
Sunday 9:30 pm
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>>67421
Any grammarian will tell you that "I do" is indeed a sentence.
>> No. 67470 Paedofag
23rd November 2020
Monday 2:09 pm
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>>67414
The ones that band together usually end up turning up en masse to court dates and disrupt proceedings for every other case so the cases are usually dropped to make them go away.
>> No. 67471 R4GE
23rd November 2020
Monday 2:09 pm
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>>67470

So it does work, in a way?
>> No. 67489 Ambulancelad
23rd November 2020
Monday 9:40 pm
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>>67470

Three words: contempt of court. Persistently disrupting a court hearing is the quickest way of getting sent to prison, because the judge can convict and sentence you on the spot.
>> No. 67521 YubYub
25th November 2020
Wednesday 7:48 am
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>Salon owner who keeps quoting Magna Carta to defy lockdown facing fines of £27,000

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/salon-owner-who-keeps-quoting-23061404
>> No. 67522 Paedofag
25th November 2020
Wednesday 1:28 pm
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>>67521
Did she die in vain?
>> No. 67523 Are Moaty
25th November 2020
Wednesday 1:54 pm
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>>67522
Magna Carter weren't a person mate.
>> No. 67524 Billbob
25th November 2020
Wednesday 2:28 pm
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>>67523
It's a state of mind.
>> No. 67526 YubYub
25th November 2020
Wednesday 6:31 pm
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>>67521

Worth it to get a photo of yourself with stiff nips on a national newspaper website.
>> No. 67527 Samefag
25th November 2020
Wednesday 6:38 pm
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>>67521

She looks like the sort of girl I'd chirpse in an independent bookshop even though she's obviously well out of my league.

Just goes to show that you can't judge a book etc.
>> No. 67528 Are Moaty
25th November 2020
Wednesday 6:49 pm
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>>67527

She looks like my ex, the one that lied about being pregnant and then miscarrying to see if I was 'loyal'.

It's the big glasses - dead giveaway. They think they hide their crazy eyes, but it only amplifies them.

excellent in bed though
>> No. 67529 Paedofag
25th November 2020
Wednesday 6:53 pm
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>>67528

>It's the big glasses - dead giveaway. They think they hide their crazy eyes, but it only amplifies them.

Noted.
>> No. 67530 YubYub
25th November 2020
Wednesday 7:18 pm
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Those glasses always look like "dopey person trying to look smart" to me.
>> No. 67531 Auntiefucker
25th November 2020
Wednesday 7:33 pm
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>>67530

This sort of cultural appropriation is sickening. My culture is not a costume!
>> No. 67532 YubYub
25th November 2020
Wednesday 8:33 pm
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>>67527
PHWOAR SHE COULD BLOW DRY ME ANYDAY IYKWIM.
>> No. 67533 R4GE
25th November 2020
Wednesday 8:52 pm
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>>67530

Appropriate for Labour then.
>> No. 67535 YubYub
25th November 2020
Wednesday 9:17 pm
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>>67530
Uncanny.

Would still make the sex to and/or with both of them.
>> No. 67536 Crabkiller
26th November 2020
Thursday 7:14 pm
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They've cancelled some of her fines. The magna carta works!

https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/local-news/kirklees-council-u-turn-plan-19345674
>> No. 67537 Auntiefucker
26th November 2020
Thursday 7:48 pm
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>>67536

How much does a hairdresser's make? I imagine it's a fair bit as they all seem to charge £40+ per haircut. I suppose she must have enough overhead to actually pay the 17k and this is an elaborate marketing scheme, otherwise her business partners/employees/parents/friends would have rugby tackled her to the ground and stuck a sock in her mouth by now.
>> No. 67538 YubYub
27th November 2020
Friday 8:57 pm
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