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Covid Deniers and Anti Vaxxers


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1 hour ago, offshoremanxman said:

these fucking weapons should have been arrested for tresspassing if they had no business being in the hospital, its not a fucking Gregg's or a Weatherspoons where they usually hang out.

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Not anti-vax (although probably is) but another one who has little grasp of reality:

http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=63999

I like this: Wendy Elizabeth Megson said that her name was a ’legal fiction’ and asked the court to address her as ’Wendy'

"I'm not called Wendy, so please call me Wendy." Nuts, they should just bump the fine up everytime these people waste more court time. £500 every half hour of nonsense.

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1 hour ago, slinkydevil said:

Not anti-vax (although probably is) but another one who has little grasp of reality:

http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=63999

I like this: Wendy Elizabeth Megson said that her name was a ’legal fiction’ and asked the court to address her as ’Wendy'

"I'm not called Wendy, so please call me Wendy." Nuts, they should just bump the fine up everytime these people waste more court time. £500 every half hour of nonsense.

Already discussed a few pages back.  She also stood for Onchan Commissioners in 2008 on the Lib Van ticket - and failed to get elected (I think she came last).

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5 hours ago, The Chief said:

these fucking weapons should have been arrested for tresspassing if they had no business being in the hospital, its not a fucking Gregg's or a Weatherspoons where they usually hang out.

Loved the comment that the Pope is head of worldwide business and stripped NHS of their indemnity 😀

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12 minutes ago, thommo2010 said:

Can't be arrested for trespassing its a civil matter

 

On 4/19/2021 at 2:15 PM, John Wright said:

BallaDoc, never assume Manx law is the same as in England.

1. Rambling, in gross, walking anywhere and everywhere, is not the same as a right of way. Right of Way goes from A to B via an identifiable route. In England there was no right to ramble, or even by dedication, in gross. Ramblage rights are statutory. However ramblage in gross exists in the IOM by dedication, on Douglas Head. But never been claimed by continuous use.

2. In IOM trespass on farmland, open land, has been a criminal offence since the 1700’s. There’s a case in 1980 when Eddie Garside argued that it didn’t apply to a house and garden. He was correct.

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2 hours ago, Roxanne said:

I laughed, but then I didn’t. This is just bizarre beyond belief. 

It's all to do with the Priory of Sion hoax. Complete bollocks, of course, but the 80s book about it was a jolly entertaining read.

The real crazies have the Priory of Sion,the Opus Dei sect of the Catholic Church, and the Rothschilds (the Rothschilds are always involved somewhere) in some sort of conspiracy theory megamix. 

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