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  1. Just read a story about a child having long Covid on the vile Sky News (keep your enemies closer). I don't want to add a link as I feel her mother as exploited her enough. I think the mother is caught up in all this cult so therefore can't see the wood for the trees but a couple of years ago this would have read as Munchausen's by proxy. The dangerous abuse of our kids and parenthood is evil and heart breaking. Parenthood to me is a lot of love and intuition with some knowledge of child development thrown in. Now its about your role being stripped away. 😟

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  2. On 10/23/2020 at 12:50 PM, Pre-Raphaelite said:

    "Save the NHS."

    Oh yes, that one is senseless! They are meant to save us aren't they? We save them anyway because we can't opt out of flaming paying for it! I keep away from them as much as I can and I don't fit their stereotypes at all as I'm fat and old with good cholesterol, blood pressure and no diabetes. I don't drink or smoke (not judging those who do because I think smokers are treated like lepers but nobody mentions cocaine use and I don't drink because I'm mard and it makes me feel ill) Last time I visited my GP he sent me for a cholesterol test and when it came back as 3, he seemed almost annoyed! He said "well you've got a lot of fat around your trunk!". I said "I know" in a gormless voice. 

  3. Oh I loathe them all! My brother says "stay safe" when he says bye on the phone and its like I'm chewing cotton wool. Thanks bro cos you've just intercepted me putting myself in grave danger! Lets try some synonyms "retain protection" and "maulers, mug, area". I find it very difficult to call the needle a V*****e.

  4. Speaking as a complete idiot on such matters, I feel my contribution to this thread is important because most of humanity appear to have turned into idiots. Could I point out that when we had the very impressive TV press conferences with the sinister Dr June Raine and cronies giving us the jargon on the needles being available and that it was a giant step for mankind (that woman scared me to death), wouldn't we have had a similar extravaganza on isolation?

  5. Sorry if this is in the wrong place cos I can't see where to write it. Please move if need be.


    Our relationship with illness is complex. We learn at an early age that we get special attention from a parent when ill and it cops us out of everything and we kind of like it and it doesn't help with all that's going on at the moment. Our psychology can cause a plethora of reactions in us. I remember my brother picking up a tic from another kid at school. He used to do the sharp grimace the same as the other kid and it was really hard to get him to stop. It is so easy to convince yourself you are ill. Look at symptoms of most illnesses - Do you feel tired, achy, bloated, itchy - Yes, all the time!


    So we have hypochondria, Munchausen's, Stockholm, hysteria, Factitious disorders, Panic attacks, Anxiety and many other complex issues that feed this malevolent experience. So I suppose I am saying - those who have the "virus" can easy convince themselves of it.

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  6. 37 minutes ago, Dazzer said:

    So just to get this straight... They're saying that older people with covid are at greater risk of dying because they're... old? 

    The same people that were screaming at us 'Don't kill my granny' one year ago are now saying 'Yeah granny was old and had health problems' 

    Thank you for info.

    And this from 2017 https://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/blog/living too long-leeson The problem of people living too long and draining services. Sorry if my linking is bad.

  7. 40 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

    Let us face it, these people that took the covid vaccine were selfish. They ignored all the negative effects that it could have when shedding on to their children and grand children and put their selfish needs to travel and go on holiday before the welfare of their children and grand children. When it is suggested to these selfish people that took the covid vaccine that they could be infertile, they say they don't care because they already had children. Yea but did they think that they could be spreading their infertility through shedding on to their family? no they didn't give one shit about them the selfish cunts. 

    Out of likes.

    Totally agree. Grab, grab, grab like free pens they don't need. Everyone I know who had it said "well I'm getting mine booked!" to get in there before anyone. 

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  8. Volunteers are going to be coming door to door with tests in my town. A great opportunity for the scum of the earth to feel all yummy and glowing inside knowing that they are now efficient, superior citizens who get things done and get their photo in the local rag. They can forget bullying that kid at school, Knocking off with their friends husband and nearly knocking down that old man driving back from the pub. A HOLES!!! 😡 I'm going to start breeding a nice writhing pot of maggots near my front door.

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  9. Seen a site called 'Dapper Cadaver'?! They sell fake arms. Could go to a St Johns Ambulance tent for bite of the cobra where the jabbers will be thick as PS and will be too busy patting themselves on the back for their virtue to notice.

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  10. I think beauty lies in simplicity like when there is an impatient long queue at the supermarket till only to find at the front of it is an elderly man buying some bacon, counting out his change and telling the cashier about cooking his breakfast. He has all the time in the world and I love that. 🙂

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  11. I like the Sun Tzu, Mark Twain , John Donne and Oscar Wilde ones but this one seems apt for people on here.


    Mind the light of God in your consciences,
    which will show you all deceit;
    dwelling in it, guides out of the many things into one spirit,
    which cannot lie, nor deceive.
    Those who are guided by it, are one.
    ~ George Fox, 1624-1691


    And regarding the nasty needle:


    Fools rush in where angels fear to tread

    — Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism, lines 612-615, 620-625



  12. 15 hours ago, oddsnsods said:


    I love how he is speaking up and he has a good soul. I do worry for him though with all the snarky comments and ganging up like pack animals. None of the negative comments make a valid point but instead come across as sadistic bullying because they know they've been sucked in and can't handle being a stupid idiot.


    I watched the David Icke Wogan interview when I was younger and all I felt was how ugly everyone was enjoying ridiculing and humiliating a fellow human. It was like a 'kick him when he's down' fest. How hideous people can be. 

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