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  1. Had mother in law with me. They buy this stuff so couldn't. ALSO didn't know I'd have to do it until I got there. They (the test team people) do watch from a distance. But I admire the thought :-)
  2. I don't know the post you refer to Jones but I am being very mindful too of the misinformation being shown to make us awake people react and get angry which takes our eyes off the real enemies. For example (not a complete list) No emergence of John and Caroline Kennedy at Trump's election campaign No exposure of satanic paedophiles or in fact any qanon promises Misquoting the Cambridge professor say white lives don't matter when she and as actually saying all lives matter the same as a lot of people were Saying its 5g then its not a virus at all then it is but its not strong (doesn't matter what matters is the complete abuse of government power) All of these things caused masses of debate and distraction While we awake people get caught up in knots with this stuff we don't collectively shout and come together about some of the undisputed facts...like this government giving contracts worth hundreds of millions to their mates and backhanders from mates for them to do so. Making the ministers and doctors involved declare their business and money interests e.g. vallance 600k gsk shares rishi sunak and his moderna funding in his previous job, whitty and his millions in funding from bill gates .....has Boris Johnson ever been held to account for the missing millions for the garden bridge....acting illegally by giving his mistress a contract whilst mayor.....illegally proroguing parliament etc etc etc. These are actual bona fide facts in public domain yet no one holds these people to account. Lord sumption at least raises the matters but surely some legal minds must know a way to force those in parliament and sage to be held accountable
  3. I had to administer his test myself. It made him cry. He's 82 with advanced dementia. Needless to say I hardly went into his nostril ...certainly not the brain deep picture they show. He still cried..with confusion. I did the minimum I could get away with. He now isolates before his care home admission. With my mother in law who has not been asked to have a test. What was the fooking point of any of that other than useless box ticking so they can stay open.
  4. Copy of father in laws test site instructions. Note the requirement for anyone 3 years old and over to wear a face covering. What you’ll need to bring to the test site a copy of your test site pass (and passes for any children getting a test) – have the QR code in the pass ready to display (on the email, printed off or as a screenshot) or it could delay your entry to the test site photo ID - a driving license or passport for each person getting a test hand-sanitiser or antiseptic wipes - because we may ask you to do the test yourself, so you’ll need clean hands (if you have neither, we’ll provide you with a pair of latex-free gloves) face coverings for each person aged 3 years and over, if you are visiting a walk-through site You may also want to bring a bottle of water, as we cannot provide water at the test site. What happens at the test site ! If you’re visiting a walk-through test site, you must arrive by foot or bicycle and wear a face covering. You’ll stay in your vehicle or testing bay during your visit. Depending on which site you go to, you’ll either be asked to do the test yourself (with instructions) or an assistant will do the swab test for you. Staff will let you know which test you’ll be doing when you arrive at the test site.
  5. I'm going to email simon Dolan today. ALSO have to take my dementia ridden father in law for a covid test today ahead of a care home respite admission Their (covid drive through testing lines) rules state every one over the age of THREE years old MUST wear a face covering. Will copy the instructions to here later.
  6. Hah would love to. But as I said have several very very good unquestionable reasons for not wearing a face covering of any sort.
  7. I was quiet and calm. Which is unlike me. As all I thought was...she really believes she's in the right. The nurse came out and I had my appointment in the car park. When they took my blood pressure it was 180 / 120....because I was so upset. When I reiterated my reasons for no chin diaper nurse looked suitably shamefaced I still feel some thing needs to be done about this however. ALSO all patients in waiting room witnessed me being chucked out. Then seeing nurse by my car. While receptionist ranted. The only reason I believe the nurse still saw me was they had to as i was wearing an ECG monitor that they needed back. I'm going to make a follow up appointment... No chin nappy. And this time I'm going to record it. Beforehand i'm going to make them note my records with my medical reasons for not wearing this crap. Then let bitchface try it.
  8. I got chucked out of the doctors surgery yesterday for not wearing a mask. I have a genuine 100% unquestionable reason for being exempt. Both medical and psychological. When I explained to the receptionist that i was exempt she sneered at me and chucked me out. Then slagged me off to the nurse (I could see through the window) that I had been meant to see. Now. This would make a fantastic lawsuit to take the nhs to court as it's not because I think face nappies are shit. Which they are. It's a total unquestionable reason for not being able to wear one in line with the government guidelines. And yet this medically untrained idiot chucked me out of the surgery....
  9. Just rewatched close encounters of the 5th kind. I'm starting to think this guy could be the real deal.
  10. No. I've very good reason to believe it's coming. Worldwide. We'llsee
  11. Nothing.you've consented by turning up and sticking out your arm. Forcible vaccines....won't happen yet....They'll just make it impossible for you not to stick your arm out and say thanks....
  12. I personally do not think the non mRNA vaccine will be dangerous. Other than the basic shit it contains. This is just a trial run to get us used to vaccine passports. The real nonsense and ID tracker is on its way. Personal opinion only.
  13. Dominic Cummings had said since the beginning of this year that he'd be leaving by the end of 2020.
  14. I'm so rubbish at hiding my online activity I might as well just post my name and address as a signature.
  15. I saw a 2.8 injection Capri today. Still looks good. Very shiny wheels
  16. What amazes me is that the man responsible for Microsoft Windows and its deliberately built in vulnerability for virus attack which means a huge multi billion industry in virus protection...which BY THE WAY apple Ubuntu Linux and mint have never needed is now the world voice on humanity needing a completely unnecessary coronavirus vaccine. The man's got form and NO ONE talks about it. And no one sees the irony or connection.
  17. Here on the fusion experiment already switched on and working. Clean energy for all. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-54741375 "A pioneering nuclear fusion experiment based in Oxfordshire has been switched on for the first time. Mast Upgrade could clear some of the hurdles to delivering clean, limitless energy for the grid. Fusion differs from fission, the technology used by existing nuclear power plants, because it could release vast amounts of energy with little associated radioactivity. The £55m machine has taken seven years to build. Current nuclear energy relies on fission, where a heavy chemical element is split to produce lighter ones. But nuclear fusion works by combining two light elements to make a heavier one. It's an attempt to replicate the processes of the Sun here on Earth. Unlike fission, it produces no long-lived radioactive waste and could transform the way we source our power - tackling the climate crisis at the same time. Largest nuclear fusion project begins assembly Nuclear fusion: 'A question of when, not if' Mast (Mega Amp Spherical Tokamak) Upgrade will use an innovative design known as a spherical tokamak.Inside the tokamak, where plasmas are controlled by magnetic fields The tokamak is a fusion device that uses magnetic fields to confine the plasma - hot, ionised gas - inside a vessel. This plasma allows the light elements to fuse and yield energy. Most tokamaks are shaped like a doughnut. But in Mast Upgrade, the size of the doughnut's hole has been reduced as much as possible, giving the plasma an almost spherical profile. Prof Ian Chapman, chief executive of the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), said the switch-on was "a really momentous occasion". The first plasma in the machine marks the start for this trailblazing effort to move the UK closer to building a fusion power plant. It's one thing to control a plasma and perform fusion. But it's another to generate more energy out of the reaction than the experiment puts in. The Culham Centre for Fusion Energy is home to both Mast Upgrade and a fusion machine called JET (the Joint European Torus). JET uses the more conventional design, and was the precursor to a multi-billion-euro, international fusion machine called Iter. This latter project is one of the world's biggest science experiments, which will demonstrate fusion at scale."
  18. Here you start to see part of the emphasis of planetary wide systems..also weather control.
  19. To summarise the basics of type 0 and type 1 civilisations for those whom the videos are too lengthy. This from physicist and futurist Michio Kaku For example, a Type I civilization is a truly planetary one, which has mastered most forms of planetary energy. Their energy output may be on the order of thousands to millions of times our current planetary output. Mark Twain once said, ”Everyone complains about the weather, but no one does anything about it.“ This may change with a Type I civilization, which has enough energy to modify the weather. They also have enough energy to alter the course of earthquakes, volcanoes, and build cities on their oceans. Currently, our energy output qualifies us for Type 0 status. We derive our energy not from harnessing global forces, but by burning dead plants (e.g. oil and coal). But already, we can see the seeds of a Type I civilization. We see the beginning of a planetary language (English), a planetary communication system (the Internet), a planetary economy (the forging of the European Union), and even the beginnings of a planetary culture (via mass media, TV, rock music, and Hollywood films). By definition, an advanced civilization must grow faster than the frequency of life-threatening catastrophes. Since large meteor and comet impacts take place once every few thousand years, a Type I civilization must master space travel to deflect space debris within that time frame, which should not be much of a problem. Ice ages may take place on a time scale of tens of thousands of years, so a Type I civilization must learn to modify the weather within that time frame. Artificial and internal catastrophes must also be negotiated. But the problem of global pollution is only a mortal threat for a Type 0 civilization; a Type I civilization has lived for several millennia as a planetary civilization, necessarily achieving ecological planetary balance. Internal problems like wars do pose a serious recurring threat, but they have thousands of years in which to solve racial, national, and sectarian conflicts.
  20. That's very very fast. Bet they make it compulsory to have the vaccine on entering the UK too....at a vastly inflated price.
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