Friday, 26 February 2021

Breaking free

 I have had a belly full of covid, and everything else which centre's around it. My mind has been polluted enough by the claptrap that is peddled from the Government and MSM. I understand people's consternation, that they feel overwhelmed by it all, and that it is the dominating factor in their lives at the moment. But my mind is made up. I have read up from lots of different sources and I know what I believe, and nothing will convince me otherwise. There's no point in people coming here for a debate. You have your opinions and I have mine. 

The world is changing, and if people think that we will get back to normal, whatever that is, then so be it. We are moving forward, the new world is not the same as the old one. Fear is the new norm. Fear will get people to comply. That is the direction we are going in. People can choose to go along with it, or not. My direction is the one I choose to take. 

Thank you for popping in. I am happy with my life, you make sure you are happy with yours. This is not goodbye, I'll be back.  Toodle pip.   ilona 

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  1. Yes your quite right fear is the normal now.i waited for a bus today at the bus station a police man was staring at us.a man asked him what the problem was he said he was making sure we were two meters apart.this insanity is ongoing.a tiny lady in Ireland tryed to open her shop this week immediately a huge police van and two cars arrived to create fear again.im glad your still happy in your mind and life Ilona I try to be too and rise above the fearmungering insanity.x

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    1. Hello Jo. Yes, I am happy in myself because my life is good. It's important that you are looking after yourself and your family. Educate yourself, and you will find a way through the maze.

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  2. Hi Ilona, I think we share direction and that not only in the way we literally walk in freedom.
    Love and blessings,

    Jeanneke.

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    1. I am grateful for your understanding and support. Look after your health, follow your instincts.

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  3. Yes,I know what you mean.I think we have all had a belly full of it.Who could imagine,this time last year what we had got in front of us.If this had been a film a few years ago we would have thought it far fetched.Yes I am fearful and it is really getting me down.With looking after my Mam,I have got to make sure that I stay away from others.I am aching to see my grandaughters so much it hurts.I am trying my best but I am sick of this brain fog.I really am pleased when the sun is shining,as it is today,but another friend of our died 2 days ago.He was only 62.In bad health,had a leg amputated but took back in hospital because he had caught covid while he was in there and that finished him off.We are gutted.It is Hubbys 72nd birthday today so we are going to make the best of it by having a frothy coffee in the garden...I think I with sneak a brandy in with mine!xx

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    1. Hello Debi. We did not know it was going to last this long because we have never been told the truth. Have a treat every day if you wish, I give you permission. Happy Birthday Debi's husband.

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    2. Hubby said Thank you Ilona,xx

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  4. Hi Ilona and friends, I don't feel fear, I only don't want to go to hospital and have all those things below my throat
    Here our district manager, said we can go out now, but no sitting on benches anywhere, just for walks, alone or with our dogs, from Wednesday 6:00 PM... I must say, at seven I was out,Thursday out again,hehehehe, but with care...masks on, social distancing, we have to care of ourselves, no one else will do, and I don't know when we will be vaccinated.
    We have no special health problems, not old but going to that, we have to wait to our turn, in the end of the majority... But, I must say, we won't go back to what was our life!! Now is Covid, afterwards, will be the chicken flu or other sort of mess, they arrange due to massive exploration on animals.
    A thing is good in my family, we started to cut the use of meat, let say, six years ago, now we are no longer eating, even cheese, and other stuff. I became allergic( or I was always ??) to the fat in milk and to lactosis, so, even in a disgrace like the one we are living, a good thing happened, I now am becoming expert in cooking with no animal products, and becoming healthier... You heard, as I did, there will be a special green card to travel, for the ones that had Covid and the others that were vaccinated... so, we will have to wait quite a long time to get to what we called our normal life. Let's hope something good happens!!

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    1. Hello Gena. Yes, take care of yourselves, eating less meat is better for you. Go outside whenever you can. Breath in fresh air, get the sun on your face. Keep active, plenty of walking.

      I have heard of the health passports. Our Government say they are not going to bring them in. Another lie, because they will. There are a lot of changes planned. If you want something good to happen, you have to make it happen for yourself.

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  5. We do what we feel we must for us. My opinion is my own and everyone has one. Take care .

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  6. Hello H. Thank you for the link. That was a long meeting, I picked out the parts you suggested. There was quite a lot of English mixed in with it. I have seen a similar/shorter video before. Dolores Cahill is an expert in her field. Tamir Turgal gave a very good insight into what is happening in Israel.

    There is a lot of information out there for anyone to access, but most people don't want to. Or if they do, they rubbish it. Some of us know and will be ready. I won't say any more.

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  7. Good on you Ilona for not giving in to the lies and mass hysteria! Life is far too short to live in fear of everything, and anything, that could kill us or make us ill! Back in March I was paranoid about being near anybody (as I think we mostly all were with it being an invisible unknown). But over the past few months common sense has kicked in and whilst I DO still sanitise my hands after touching stuff like baskets & trolleys and wear a mask when in shops or at work etc (no choice really!) I refuse to worry about it. Life is too short and, as you say, you should live it your own way, hurting nobody, enjoying yourself and taking responsibility for your own choices and actions. I just wish that if anything COULD come out of this is that humans would begin to look after and cherish the earth, our only home, and treat the other inhabitants and ecosystems with respect. Otherwise there WILL be far worse than covid in the future.

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    1. Hello Gillian. I think you have a good handle on all of this, what you say makes sense. The end game is to reduce carbon emissions world wide, which I think everybody agrees with must be done. But because it is not a level playing field, and people will not want to comply voluntarily. A plan is hatched by the World Economic Forum, to force new laws. This will lead to unrest, possibly war.

      The imbalance is that some countries will not comply with any plan because they are on a surge to world domination. Globalisation cannot work, each country has it's own ethics, own values, own religions, and own Governments. They cannot force everyone to live in the same way, or even to live with each other.

      This plan will take many years to come together, if it ever does. There will be more viruses, more attempts to lock us down, and a push for a world wide cashless society. Furlough will carry on indefinitely under the guise of a Basic Universal Credit. People will become reliant on the state for everything.

      I hope that does not sound too gloomy. In the meantime we have to stay in control of our own lives. As long as we know the direction that things are heading we can take steps to look after ourselves better.

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  8. Hello, Ilona. This too shall pass. I have confidence that most people are good and will do the right thing. The Truth is coming to light, slowly, because it cannot be totally suppressed. Like you, I have alternative news channels that I watch. I saw a cartoon this week where a reporter is asking two Amish men why their community isn't stricken with the virus. One of the Amish men replied, "because we don't have televisions." Lol. I moved to West Virginia, to the mountains, in October from Maryland, which becomes more socialist monthly, it seems. Here, I'm six miles from a small town of 1,300. No masks, no drama, just farmers and average people living their lives. I am blessed to be here and I thank God every day. For now, I stay in my home with my pup, watch the news I choose, watch channels that make me smile and learn, such as yours. Embroidery, reading, studying the gospel, working on my 1930 house, all of this fills my quiet life.
    You are inspirational and thus I'm planning a wall hanging of yellows and greens, mixed media, on some old wood planks I found. Even if it turns put wonky, it'll be fun for the trying.

    Best regards to you. I send blessings and prayers from America.

    Joanne

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    1. Hello Joanne. It sounds like you are in a good place, both physically and mentally. Having the right attitude can alleviate many of the anxieties that modern day living throws at us. Taking a step back and remembering what is important, and implementing those values into our own lives, is the only way to live. Cowering and hiding away through fear is not a life I want to live.

      Create your wall hanging, the pleasure will be in the making. It will be lovely. Best wishes.

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  9. Good grief, I just looked at your beautiful photos. Is there anything you CAN'T do?! 🥴 I'm a sloth by contrast...😄😄😄

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    1. Hello. Yes there is something I can't do. I can't maintain long term relationships, I give up when things don't go right. I am not willing to give up my freedom to fit in with someone else. That's why it is best that I stay single. I wouldn't inflict me on anybody.

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  10. This last 12 months has thrown all sorts our way , covid aside ,things out of our control but that have had a huge impact on how I now see my life. In that period we have found out that my son's brain surgery has not stopped his seizures, he has had several nasty head injuries as a result of them and two broken bones , my sisters car burst into flames seconds after she got out of it, her house caught fire, then a few weeks ago she was rushed to hospital as a hernia had burst and she needed emergency surgery, husband had shingles in his face, ear and eye, still suffering, nephew's partner diagnosed with cancer at age 25, I was diagnosed with skin cancer,treated thank goodness, son having another surgery on 9th march to help with his seizures, eldest son posted to Afghanistan ,and now our dear little dog who is only 6 years old has got cancer and has not got long to live. Covid is crap ,its affect on peoples lives, mentally, financially and a host of other things have and still are awful and we all still have to deal with the other things life sends us. I swear and cry through my days sometimes but I still have a life to live and a family to look after so we carry on and I am grateful for all we have, life can be crap so we just increase the size of the shovel to clear it up, at the moment we need a bulldozer. Take care, Chrissie.

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    1. Hello Chrissie. What a terrible time you have had. I hope you find a way through it all and come out stronger at the other side.

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    2. Thinking of you Chrissie and sending you love and best wishes from Leicester,UK.xxx

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  11. Hi I too am stick to death of watching all the manipulation and lies going on. I was brought up to believe that the bbc was accurate and respected and the government is always working for the best for its people. Now I dont think that at all. I have been inspired by your sunflower photo to plant 12 russian giant sunflower seeds and they have all come up. Ive given some to my neighbour so that we can have a competition and brighten up our corner of the culdesac this summer. I too have decided to remain single now for similar reasons. I have been single for 4 years and Im 44 years old. I just cant be bothered to try and integrate some big man into my contented life with their baggage and problems etc. Ive got enough of my own issues to add more to the mix or find the energy to help someone else with theirs as well. At first it was a bit scarey but now I am very happy watching what I want, eating when I want, wearing what i want and I have youtube and books to help me learn all sorts of diy or other skills men claim they can enhance my life with. This week I have fixed a printer and a toilet and cleaned the mower and used it etc. I find a lot of men I come across have also let themselves go too with big beer bellies or saggy clothes and yet they expect the women to look all sexy for them?

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    1. Brilliant comment, thank you. Common sense with humour. Your sunflowers will need a lot of watering. Get someone to do it if you go away for a few days. They are thirsty.

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  12. Well said Ilona. Have a look at an article in the Daily mail newspaper. It was in todays copy, it was stating that a lot of people who has had death by covid put on their death certificates, have in fact died by other health issues and did not have it. The writer Bel Mooney's Father had it happen to him.

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    1. Hello Alana. Yes, I saw that. At last the main stream media are exposing the fraudulent way they are manipulating the numbers of deaths to keep up the charade. I read a lot of the comments, it's not just a few they got wrong, but in my estimation there will be a substantial amount to make the figures a complete fantasy.

      This has been going on a long time, but it takes a prolific columnist to bring it to the attention of the media. To expose this is a step in the right direction.

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    2. A few families are taking the BMA to court for instructing doctors to put Covid on death certificates as secondary causes of death when it was never tested or proven, just guessed at, and then used in govt stats as a Covid death. These are families of people who actually died from cancer and even road traffic accidents. This has been going on since the start and I have written about it.

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    3. If doctors are willing to lie under the instructions from higher up, what hope is there.

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  14. Ilona, I don't discount Covid, but I refuse to let it rule my life. I am 75 and have had the second dose of vaccine. Although I will continue to wear masks in public, and to social distance, I am beginning to see people again and I'm looking forward to going to church again. (Churches here have been open for some time, but I didn't feel it in my best interest to go until I was vaccinated). Last week I got on an airplane and went to visit a cousin (also vaccinated) in Arizona, and yesterday I got on another airplane and came home. I am a big advocate for reopening the schools and angry at the teachers' unions and governments for keeping them closed. (My school district is currently operating on a 4-day week). Lockdowns don't really accomplish anything. One thing about our Dr. Fauci, he's changed his mind so many times he doesn't have an ounce of credibility. (Anybody who says "follow the science" forgets that science is not absolute--it changes with every discovery, even small ones). The answer is to take reasonable precautions and to get on with our lives.
    --Maxine

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