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  1. The Mail is deleting factual comments about Covid. 
    I replied to one comment earlier which said most deaths are of UNvaccinated people. I said actually, most deaths are now among the vaccinated. It was deleted by the Mail for misinformation, supposedly because it had been reported a lot. 
    And yet, as we know:
    Most COVID deaths in England now are in the vaccinated
    Is the Army's 77th brigade mass-reporting posts which make people question the vaccine? Or is the Mail itself simply a state propaganda organ no different to China? Maybe a bit of both. 
  2. 3 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:



    Do you know anything about Bodgers family.. his grandfather for example?

    Have you heard of agenda 2030, Event 201, The great reset?

    Build Back Better a more obvious one.

    Do you think Black Lives Marxist revolution just came about naturally? Or the LGBT shoved down every orifice from multi national corps.

    And what about the fake lefts total 'solidarity' with all things Covid.

    Then we have SAGE communists on media virus everyday telling us we should be muzzled & lockdown forever.

    Coincidence. 🙈






    Oooh... no mate, I know nothing about anything that you don't spoon feed me. My whole existence began the day I joined this forum you see. 


    Yes that is sarcasm. You can stop being patronising now, I didn't come down in the last shower. 


    Fucking hell, did you have a wank while you sought to impress me with your knowledge that I already have? Was it a good one? 

  3. 2 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:


    Hes trying to say the majority are rational in this country? trolololol.

    What a total clueless fucktard.🍿



    'Millions' is the majority now is it? Can you read bro? Or do you just see what you want to see. Fucktard did you say? Is everyone here 12 years old? Or just mentally? 

  4. Just now, whatthefoxhat said:

    How important is it exactly whether or not the virus exists to you ?


    I'd say its totally immaterial at the moment as the vaccines that aint are still killing people ,you still cant fly anywhere as you would have prior to march 20,you are still subject to a set of ludicrous conditions that affect your day to day life so what exactly is your point in arguing whether or not the virus exists ? 18 months of edict after edict and you want to come here and argue about the existence of the virus ?


    Do me a favour mate fuck off back to your handlers and tell them you need a new script,the one you are using is a carbon copy thats wearing thin now

    I'll leave this here again for people to recognise whats happening here




    Jesus people here are so quick to go on the attack when someone thinks and asks questions, it's pathetic. 'your handlers' you are a moron pal. But here, you are in good company. 

  5. Just now, webtrekker said:


    This is getting stupid now and I'm wasting no more time on you. I'm putting you on IGNORE. Enjoy your research, you've MUCH to learn.


    Ok mate. I'm new to this forum, not to the internet or life in general. But maybe one day I will be as enlightened as you *yawn*

  6. 2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    You want my view on that? Well I have stated all along that that topic isn't my strongpoint. I haven't looked into the science much since the beginning as other folks here are better in that department. I'm just an art/visuals guy that notices patterns.


    Even if the virus existed in the sense that they say it does, I would still be against what they're doing because I think they're tyrannical bastards.


    If I had to make a guess though, I would say it doesn't exist or it's just a rebranded flu or something, certainly nothing worth taking peoples rights away for anyway.


    This is a rational viewpoint which I think is shared by millions. My guess, if it was some sort of hoax or exaggerated threat, they probably wouldn't tell the politicians anyway, who don't exactly seem to be the sharpest tools in shed (Boris Johnson for example). It's above their pay grade. I can believe the politicians panicked and believed the dire predictions of catastrophe and overreacted, and then painted themselves (and us) into a corner. And yes, the whole thing is definitely being used to push all kinds of privacy-eroding / ending stuff through on the back of it, whether planned or opportunistically. 

  7. Just now, webtrekker said:


    Wake up at the back!


    No one has said these viruses don't exist. Of course they bloody exist! What we're talking about here is the VIRUS, not the DISEASE, and whether they have been ISOLATED. None have. That's why all the Big Pharma 'cures' don't work. [Note: SARS_CoV_2 is the supposed VIRUS and Covid-19 is the DISEASE].


    What have YOU ever taken in your life that has 'cured' your common cold?


    The 'vaccines' were supposed to have been produced using genome aequencing. You can't sequence anything without first obtaining it in it's pure, isolated form. Therefore the 'vaccines' are a LIE and everything based on them is a LIE!


    They don't claim to cure them either though do they. Big pharma don't CLAIM to cure those things, they claim to prevent them, and as things like polio have been eradicated, are they wrong? I'm not a scientist or expert, maybe you are, but probably not.


    The idea some nobody went to court in Alberta and used some technical argument and got the country to remove restrictions and prove Covid is a 'hoax' (his words?) is obviously nonsense. I mean, it could be a hoax for all I know. But the idea this geezer proved it and a judge agreed is ridiculous. 



  8. 1 minute ago, SimonTV said:


    Whether viruses exists or not is a different topic than whether covid exists or not. There has been people that have disputed the germ theory of medicine. Some argue that it is only nutrients and environmental factors that contribute to ill health, as well as parasite or infections, like food poisoning or a cut that becomes infected or a fungus. The idea that viruses are in our saliva and floating through the air and landing on surfaces where they can be exchange between people is disputed as well.


    What we do know is that it is clear that people do experience what we call flu like symptoms and cold like symptoms. 


    We also know we can catch them off other people. But anyway, I don't rule out that our (mankind's) understanding of viruses may be mistaken. Viruses as we think we know them, may not exist in that sense. But clearly, those conditions do exist, regardless of the correct term for them or whatever. 

  9. 1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    I'm not writing it off, but I do want more info too. I have thick skin so I'm not really bothered if people tell me to fvck off either.


    A lot of folks are saying "if true" on these threads.



    People keep saying that it's reported in the press, but I want to know if there is a correlation between that guy and them opening up.


    What do you think of the fact that the same supposed proof that Covid DOESN'T exist, also supposedly proves things like the common cold doesn't exist? 


    The obvious answer is that this whole thing does not mean what some people are SAYING it means at all. I mean, I assume we all agree the cold exists. 


    Like I say, I don't know what 'Covid-19' is or isn't. But I think some people are jumping on something they don't understand, doing 2+2 and coming up with 5 here. 

  10. Just now, webtrekker said:


    I 'follow the science.'




    No no no mate. Don't be coy. Tell us in plain English, do you think the common cold exists or not? 


    You all seem to think that this thing is some sort of amazing 'gotcha' that disproves Covid exists. I don't know if it does or doesn't. But I'm pretty sure the cold and measles do as I've had both. Then again, I could be part of the conspiracy. This is asinine. 

  11. Just now, CosmoGenesis said:


    You shouldn't collaborate with communists, Sir. 


    Does this forum have mods? Are they on holiday? Do you go round insulting mask wearers to their face and calling them shitty names? I'm going to guess no you don't. Prick. 

  12. Let's say that all the world governments made the entire thing up, it's a huge hoax. Don't you think they would have also made up some sort of test that would 'find' the virus and convince some judge in Alberta that the virus does in fact exist? 


    Or maybe they didn't think of that? 




    Now we hear apparently that the common cold, polio, measles etc. don't exist either! Fuck me, what a relief. 

  13. 3 minutes ago, Mr H said:


    The only exception to the above, that I have seen are people who come on here who obviously have no place being here in the first place. I.e. people who agree blindly with the government narrative on Covid. 


    Who is doing that? Are you perhaps under the confused misconception that I am in fact doing that? 


    You know, there can be a bit more nuance than having to believe every mental bitchute video or you completely agree with the government on everything. 


    It is pretty embarrassing that people are so quick to believe that silly video and the claims in it. Has common sense gone out the window? A bit of basic critical thinking? It does sadly appear so. Then again, they do say that common sense ain't very common. 

  14. 7 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

    Does anyone need more proof? ...



    Freedom of Information Requests: Health/ Science Institutions Worldwide “Have No Record” of SARS-COV-2 Isolation/Purification







    Is this your position? None of these viruses exist, including the common cold? 



    Also note that we have included below responses from the U.S. CDC and a couple of New Zealand institutions in regards to isolation/purification of a number of other alleged “viruses”, i.e. “HIV”, “measles virus”, “polio virus”, “HPV”, “Ebola virus”, “Zika virus”, “XMRV”, “HTLV1”, “HTLV-III/LAV”, 2003 “SARS-COV”, “MERS virus”, any common cold “coronavirus”, any “virus” on their “immunization” schedules. Again, none have yielded any records or citations of records describing the isolation/purification of any “virus” from a patient sample.


  15. What likely happened, he won his case on a technicality or because the prosecution didn't do its homework or probably more likely, decided it wasn't worth the hassle to comply with his demand so he won by default. The idea he has 'proven' that Covid is a 'hoax' is bollocks. As is the notion that restrictions are being lifted because of what he did. 

  16. So as news of this Patrick King business propagates on the web, I see the narrative he is spinning is not standing up to much scrutiny. Why anyone here should be surprised by this, I don't know. He is misrepresenting what happened in court and the significance of it (or lack thereof). 







    ...it appears that there are two unrelated events that are being tied together as causation. I.e. someone in court mentions covid isolation (untrue and no indication they won the case) and Alberta remove covid measures. These two things aren’t related. For example, I could do a rain dance and then if it rains later I could infer that my dance caused the rain.


    Exactly the point I was trying to make earlier. 



  17. 2 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    Did he even exist at all ? and does she ?


    Either way, it is being used to shock people into getting the jabs. Like, wow if this totally healthy fit bloke died, what chance have I got. I can almost guarantee there are middle aged men right now making an appointment after reading that, either because they decided to or their wife told them to I guess. 

  18. Re the Mail article earlier about the 42-year-old man who supposedly died of Covid and wished he'd been vaccinated etc. 


    I notice that the article originally made no mention that the man had asthma. It was archived:


    Earlier: https://archive.ph/klEvg


    Now: https://archive.ph/pSrcr


    Later it was quietly changed. Comments are premoderated so nobody can point out the deception. Also the sister's twitter page spreads this same disinformation where she says he has NO underlying conditions and does not mention he had asthma. It is not possible to reply and point out the untruth. 



  19. 3 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:


    I have had problems here in the past because I don't have an 'Ickean' view of the world and I disagree with some of what is said; yet I am still here because I agree with the general thrust of what is said - i.e. it's all a load of rubbish, don't wear a mask, don't take the vaccine, etc. - and in my view, this is one of only three sane places left on the entire internet.


    You can use this Megathread as a sort of news aggregator, and that's mostly how I use it.  I come on here to see what's really going on (with the rider mentioned above).  There are other threads in the Covid section where you will see a greater variety of nuances and views and you can also start your own thread.


    I'm of the view that everybody will have something to say about all this, and whether we want to admit it or not, we will all have our own slightly different take on things.  I dislike groupthink as well.  I'm not saying that we do have groupthink on here, but I think it must be admitted that there is a 'party line' which is based on an Ickean narrative. You can disagree, and as long as you are genuine and here in good faith, and as long as you put your points across politely and ignore some of the jibes, nothing bad will happen.


    Same here basically. I am sceptical of Covid. I have not been jabbed and don't intend to be. I do wear a mask in shops which ask their customers to do so though, ie. the supermarket. Simply to blend in better. Now, you or others may disapprove and that's fine, but sometimes it's better to pick your battles I think. 

  20. 5 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    Hmmm takes a step back,lights pipe,puts it out,lights roll up thats better then ponders on this ;-






    Uh hu uh hu uh hu




    Sidetrack opponents with name calling and ridicule. This is also known as the primary 'attack the messenger' ploy, though other methods qualify as variants of that approach. Associate opponents with unpopular titles such as 'kooks', 'right-wing', 'liberal', 'left-wing', 'terrorists', 'conspiracy buffs', 'radicals', 'militia', 'racists', 'religious fanatics', 'sexual deviates', and so forth. This makes others shrink from support out of fear of gaining the same label, and you avoid dealing with issues.


    Or call them 'shill' or 'sock puppet' without a shred of evidence other than 'he asked for proof of an unverified claim on a bitchute video, and he only signed up recently, so look everyone, HE MUST be a shill, don't you see?'


    The logic of the witchfinder. 

  21. 1 minute ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    Much easier to view it as a news aggregation thread which is far more open than the likes of google news,if you want serious discussion you are in the wrong place


    Yes it does seem to be that way. 

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