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On Wed 1 Apr at 11:47am Nevillman wrote:
Sorry if you are bored of seeing me go on about this site but it is clearly titled so you know what you let yourself in for. Stop reading now if you wish. Yesterday Symes posted an overtly political article about the lack of success of the US in dealing with the virus. The comparison did not account for different demographics or testing but was critical of the us government's actions compared to ours thereby praising our government.. Today he posts another article indirectly praising our governments response. I have no problem with him posting either article but at the same time to ban someone from posting anything critical of our government is blatant hypocrisy and should not be tolerated on a public site called Lewes present that is the main forum for the people of lewes to the extent that even Maria caulfield posts on it.
This morning he has decided to ban any posts that are critical of 5g.
In all honesty I don't want to criticise the government at the moment as I haven't followed the story and the scare about 5g seems to me to be ludicrous but I would like to read what other people have to say about both topics. The argument that they are nothing to do with Lewes does not apply as Symes himself posted the article about America and in support of 5g. The argument that it is his site is equally wrong. If he changes it's name to Mick Symes site I would have no argument.
As I have said before, I would love to never have to post about this man again but all the time he operates as political censor on the lewes site I will keep at him.
Incidentally reading the posts on the site makes me genuinely value the anonymity of this site. All those people earnestly feeling the need to express their support for whatever is too much for me. Glad to see the down tick option removed on here as well. If you disagree, say so.
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On Wed 1 Apr at 12:26pm Sleeveless wrote:
Hi Nev, seriously, I think this fixation will make you unwell. Why donít you try to leave things alone for a while?
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On Wed 1 Apr at 12:59pm dave wrote:
Whatís wrong with talking about 5g ?
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On Wed 1 Apr at 2:05pm Nevillman wrote:
Appreciate the concern sleeveless but I don't think it will affect my health. Many people have suffered a lot more to uphold their basic freedom and I value the fact that I live in a country where I can still express my views elsewhere. If me expressing my views makes Symes ill then that is his fault and not mine. Trying to justify political censorship is really hard. Most political censors like the stasi never have to do it.
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On Wed 1 Apr at 2:55pm Hamid Barr wrote:
Life get a
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On Wed 1 Apr at 4:26pm well I never wrote:
nevill man why not make your comments in lewes present instead of here, its not because by any chance you got chucked out is it?
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On Wed 1 Apr at 6:31pm Tom Pain wrote:
One of the controversial aspects of 5g is that it functions at 60 gigahertz a frequency that is absorbable by oxygen. I suppose this is why rain and leaves are a problem~the oxygen in water absorbs the signal to some degree. So I figure that people's bodies being half water must be a problem for 5g transmission, in which case 5g may well be a problem for our bodies. I have been informed that when oxygen molecules are influenced by 60 gigahertz the electrons of the 2 oxygen atoms become excited and inhibit their uptake by haemoglobin which carries the oxygen in our blood. That means that we will not be getting the normal amount if oxygen in our bodies when they are in the field of 5g transmissions. With a transmitter on ever lamp post and on tens of thousands of satellites we will be constantly bombarded by them. Don't you think the health aspect of this should be investigated? Because it hasn't!!!
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On Wed 1 Apr at 7:10pm Nevillman wrote:
I've never hidden the fact that I have been barred from the lewes present site for arguing with Symes about his political censorship well I never. You clearly think that is to my discredit and his credit but to me it just provides further proof of his total unsuitability for the role of moderator on the main Lewes discussion forum. Many official posts are made on there that I am denied access to. He provides further evidence of his unsuitability every day which is why I continue to post on here about him and will go on doing so.
Can't help feeling Tom it might be more suitable if you made that post on its own thread with a clear heading. I'm not engaging with you on this thread with this heading. Not telling you what to do Tom. Just a helpful suggestion.
Ha ha ha Hamid.
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On Wed 1 Apr at 7:47pm Sleeveless wrote:
Nev, Iíve got an idea. Why not make up a sandwich board with your message on it, and when you go out for your daily exercise you can spread the word that way, and maybe reach a wider audience?
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On Wed 1 Apr at 8:01pm well I never wrote:
I took an inspired guess Nevillman, hit a bulls eye its seems, now we know why you spout so much venom. To much time on your hands no doubt.
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On Wed 1 Apr at 10:37pm Tom Pain wrote:
You did mention that you were not allowed to mention 5g on the forum from hell so I thought I'd talk about it here. Really I was putting out what I've picked up hoping someone could correct me on anything I'd got wrong. I'm wondering now if it really is at 60 gigahertz or if that's misinformation. This business about someone running a "private" website didn't worry you when I was moaning about webbo's advert for the lib Dems a while back,in fact you were all for it.
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On Thu 2 Apr at 7:35am David Stanley wrote:
Were you posting as yourself or using a pseudonymous identity on Lewes Present?
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On Thu 2 Apr at 11:07am Nevillman wrote:
Myself David. The ban is such that I cannot even read the site. Yes well I never I do have too much time on my hands but would make time for this anyway. Thanks for the idea sleeveless. I wonder why noone seems to want to discuss your ideas on 5g on this thread Tom?
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On Thu 2 Apr at 1:13pm Sleeveless wrote:
Hey, Nev. now look what youíve gone and done!

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On Thu 2 Apr at 1:53pm Nevillman wrote:
It's obviously offensive so right to remove it. I think that the phrase 'usually those who jump on the freedom of speech bandwagon have no idea what the post was' shows something about his attitude towards free speech. I do know political censorship when I see it. Not sure he always does.
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On Thu 2 Apr at 6:07pm the old mayor wrote:
@Tom Pain With regards to 5g. I also have heard derogatory comments about 5g. Your microwave in your kitchen, a low radiation level. Osolates water molecules together and makes heat. 5g a much much higher level of radiation, osolates oxygen molecules together and destroys them. = breathing problems. Who knows ?
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On Thu 2 Apr at 6:48pm Nevillman wrote:
It's as if Symes is trying to compare the decision to remove the post about China with the decision to ban anyone discussing any criticism of the government. Different completely. His attempt to justify his political censorship is ridiculous in the face of his post. The picture he posted in support of the article was of a bonfire tab apparently mocking Johnson. Strange choice of picture then. I know exactly what that picture means to him and why he ran it. I'm sure the job of moderator is hard but Symes just makes it harder by continually attempting to justify his censorship and failing because he must know he is being a hypocrite.
I can't post this on his website but I would be amused to see what he says if someone who is prepared to be thrown out of it does so.
I know some people on his site support his approach and don't want to read criticism of the government but at a time when we are being asked to give away many of our civil liberties to get over the crisis the government must be open to criticism more than ever. The main forum for lewes people to express themselves must not be allowed to become a solely pro government forum.
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On Thu 2 Apr at 7:22pm Sleeveless wrote:
Nev, why don't you start a thread on this forum and say what you want to say? Then we can all join in.
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On Fri 3 Apr at 10:03am Tom Pain wrote:
Or rather contact our MP.
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On Fri 3 Apr at 11:03am Nevillman wrote:
Rather thought I had sleeveless. Please continue to join in. All welcome. Good idea Tom. I knew you had it in you somewhere.
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On Fri 3 Apr at 7:51pm Sleeveless wrote:
Sorry, Nev, misunderstanding. I meanít why don't you replicate here what you posted on Lewes Present so we can discuss it.
 
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On Fri 3 Apr at 8:21pm Nevillman wrote:
I can't go on it. Literally not even read it through my own Facebook site. I have been told how to read it on here but cannot register or post. Generally pretty sad stuff and you are only seeing what Symes wants you to read. I wrote to Maria saying that I couldn't read her stuff on there and she said sorry I couldn't access her post, it was only about business grants and sent me it. Very nice about it. Sounds like she's siding with us free speechers and telling Symes to stop censoring to me.
I think I'm getting the hang of this fake news lark.


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Thank you Nevill man, some people are so selfish and donít understand the mental health of youngers more
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Life begins at the end of your comfort zone
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