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  1. My daughter...in London was coming home for Xmas. It will be her grandfather's last. Certainly with any sentience anyway due to his advanced dementia. And probably physically. She's buying the whole thing...thinks it's safer for everyone if she stays there. She knows my view. Thinks I'm a conspiracy theory dick. With a few valid points.infrequently made. I told her to hole up in her house and pretend there's a zombie apocalypse...as that's what they're pretending is afoot. She nodded .... got the crisps in.
  2. Has America had any lockdowns yet? I lose track
  3. What we should be asking is what does tier 5 look like?. And will it be imposed on the 1st of January 2021 or the 2nd of January 2021...because it's coming.
  4. Nicola Sturgeon ' we WILL still allow Christmas day to go ahead ' says it all. Welcome to the United fascist kingdom of gulag Britain 

  5. You talk shit. And try to make it look clever. I'm sure mods will catch up that you just autogenerate every 'conspiracy ' buzz word possible and stick them into sentences that almost make sense. Meanwhile I'm sticking you on block. Troll.
  6. Yeah. Wonder what that purpose might be.?? Yes dawn. We're being farmed. We always were. It's just now more of us see it. Question is....What do we do about it? I firmly believe we work within...with knowledge and spread what we know. They can't fight that.
  7. You make a completely banal simcity comment and think you're leading from the front??? Go back to flat earth TROLL...Oh you can't....
  8. Oh ...we're hitting on something when trolls rock in. Thanks for the heads up.
  9. 'Prince' Charles flagging he won't take the mRNA vaccine. At 72 he's absolutely in line for the Pfizer jab but says he's in line for the more normal chimp cold non mRNA vaccine developed by Oxford and Astra Zeneca ' The Prince of Wales told staff administering the Covid-19 vaccination that he was "way down the list" for his own injection and would have to wait. Prince Charles made the comments as he visited a vaccination centre at the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in Gloucester with the Duchess of Cornwall. The pair were there to meet with front line health workers administering and receiving the Pfizer vaccine. Charles told staff: "I think I am way down the list and will have to wait." He added: "I think I'll have to wait for the AstraZeneca one before it gets to my turn. I'm some way down the list." https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-prince-charles-meets-nhs-staff-administering-vaccine-and-says-hes-way-down-the-list-for-jab-12165523
  10. They changed the tests to include lateral flow and serologic
  11. Yes I agree. The others aren't though .
  12. Here's tedros and bill gates also wearing it. Don't know if the Biden picture is a joke. Maybe this needs its own thread. In 17 sustainable goals
  13. That rainbow insignia is part of the programming for 4sd the 2030 agenda ...it's everywhere you'll see Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock wearing the circular badge of it. Johnson wore it when he did his weird speech in front of the UN this time last year when he described Brexit like Prometheus having his liver packed out then weirdly (We thought at the time) dissed anti vaxxers Johnson's UN speech
  14. Just a reminder. This is all about money and control. https://www.forbes.com/sites/chasewithorn/2020/12/16/the-worlds-billionaires-have-gotten-19-trillion-richer-in-2020/
  15. The increase in infection directly correlates almost exactly with the increase in tests. Oh...And they keep omitting that the nhs has removed 10000 beds from nhs healthcare system for 'social distancing ' in what would always be the most stretched part of the year with winter flu. So when they say x hospital is 96% full 2020 and you look at the 2019 stats and it was 95% full ....that means with fewer beds available it's actually not as full as last year if you compare like with like and numbers of beds occupied not percentages
  16. Well said GR above all else with all the new people waking up we need credibility.
  17. It's a fairly common name. I'm more interested by the fact that the nurse giving the jab wasn't wearing gloves
  18. I'm totally convinced this mRNA vaccine is being given to the old, sick and what Kissinger called the useless eaters so when Billy boy Gates second pandemic hits it recognises those with the mRNA marker and kills them. It would explain why suddenly NHS workers are no longer priority, which clearly they would be if this were all real and they were dealing with a 'deadly ' virus daily. I bet the rest of the population will get the cheaper normal Astra Zeneca one and they'll claim they've kept the expensive '95% effective mRNA ' vaccine for the most vulnerable...cos they're all lovely like that.
  19. Like what? I see a lot of medical terms that aren't in familiar usage. But no typos
  20. Will look into that. Thank you
  21. Nhs staff no longer first in line for vaccines. Too many dissenters? NHS staff no longer top priority for Covid vaccine despite fear of third wave Health officials warn infections at Christmas gatherings could lead to overwhelmed hospitals Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Denis Campbell, Nicola Davis and Robert Booth Fri 4 Dec 2020 00.01 GMTLast modified on Fri 4 Dec 2020 04.37 GMT NHS staff will no longer get the coronavirus vaccine first after a drastic rethink about who should be given priority, it emerged last night. The new immunisation strategy is likely to disappoint and worry thousands of frontline staff – and comes amid urgent warnings from NHS chiefs that hospitals could be “overwhelmed” in January by a third wave of Covid-19 caused by mingling over Christmas. Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS Providers, said: “If we get a prolonged cold snap in January the NHS risks being overwhelmed. The Covid-19 restrictions should remain appropriately tough. “Trust leaders are worried about the impact of looser regulations over Christmas.” Frontline personnel were due to have the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine when the NHS starts its rollout, which is expected to be next Tuesday after the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) approved it on Wednesday. However, hospitals will instead begin by immunising care home staff, and hospital inpatients and outpatients aged over 80. The new UK-wide guidance on priority groups was issued by the joint committee on vaccination and immunisation (JCVI) amid uncertainty over when the rest of the 5m-strong initial batch of doses that ministers ordered will reach the UK. Boris Johnson under pressure to prioritise vaccine for care homes Read more NHS personnel will be able to take the vaccine into care homes to immunise residents later this month if, as expected, the MHRA agrees that the batches of 975 doses it comes in can be subdivided and the stability and safety of the drug be maintained. Dr Chaand Nagpaul, the leader of the British Medical Association, said it backed care home residents getting the jab first. However, that means NHS staff will be left at higher risk of getting infected and potentially dying, he added. “Doctors and other healthcare staff will recognise the need to vaccinate care home residents and older patients first, but will likely be frustrated at the government’s inconsistent messaging changing from yesterday to today. “In the first wave, we saw far too many health and social care workers become incredibly sick with Covid – with many tragically dying – and therefore those working on the frontline need to be given the opportunity to get protected early,” he said. NHS bosses have warned the 800,000 doses that comprise the UK’s first consignment from Pfizer’s manufacturing plant in Belgium may be “the only batch we receive for some time”, raising questions about how soon further supplies will arrive and how long frontline personnel and vulnerable groups will have to wait for their two jabs. The Guardian Today newsletter: the headlines, the analysis, the debate – sent direct to you Read more The change in priorities came as NHS Providers, which represents health service trusts in England, warned hospitals would struggle to maintain normal care in January if a fresh spike in infections after Christmas leads to beds again filling up with Covid patients, just as they are trying to manage their winter crisis. NHS Providers and senior doctors made clear their anxiety that the government’s decision to allow up to three households to mix indoors in England between 23 and 27 December may prove ill-advised and backfire, because people will pass the infection on to vulnerable relatives. They pleaded with the public to exercise caution about how they socialise. Dr Susan Crossland, the president of the Society for Acute Medicine, which represents hospital doctors, said they shared concerns “about the possibility of a Christmas wave of Covid in January, as well as the potent threat of this combined with ‘normal’ winter pressures exacerbated by cold weather”. “In my opinion the relaxation of rules at Christmas is crass in the extreme. Combined with the bickering among politicians we have seen in recent days over the tiered system, it further weakens the importance of maintaining safety measures,” she said. The NHS already being “on a knife-edge” due to intense demand and under-staffing means “it is the responsibility of everyone to limit contact and follow safety measures over the coming weeks and months to avoid mass stress burdening the NHS in the difficult winter months,” Crossland added. One hospital boss said: “Normally people give their elderly relatives colds and flu and respiratory disease over Christmas and they end up in hospital in January. This year that’s more complicated. [There is a] very necessary relaxation over Christmas as people need a break, but recognise that there will potentially be an impact.” Their trust assumes January will be “really tough”, despite the vaccine’s imminent rollout, they added. The World Health Organization on Thursday also advised that the threat of a “Christmas wave” emerging just after the new year should make people think twice before using the festive break from restrictions to attend gatherings with other people. “We are looking, many of us, towards the holiday season, towards Christmas, whether it is called a third wave or a Christmas wave,” said Dr Hans Kluge, the WHO’s regional director for Europe. “The question we have to ask ourselves if we are going to come together, or we are thinking about an activity during which transmission can happen, we have to ask the question, is it really necessary? “Because if the restrictive measures are being eased and the basic public health measures are not adhered to, whatever the country in the region or globally, absolutely there will be again an increase because the vaccine will come too late for this winter.” A government spokesperson said: “This Christmas, families and friends can meet up in a limited and cautious way thanks to a balanced and workable set of rules. We agreed these UK-wide measures based on scientific and clinical advice on how best to minimise the risks, and following Sage advice we have introduced strengthened local restrictions to protect the progress gained during national restrictions and continue to suppress the virus.” Share your story Share your stories If you have been affected or have any information, we'd like to hear from you. You can get in touch by filling in the form below, anonymously if you wish or contact us via WhatsApp by clicking here or adding the contact +44(0)7867825056. Only the Guardian can see your contributions and one of our journalists may contact you to discuss further. Tell us Meanwhile, Prof Jonathan Van-Tam, England’s deputy chief medical officer, has raised the prospect of people needing annual vaccination against coronavirus, in the same way they get immunised against winter flu. It is important to have further Covid vaccines available in case revaccination is required, he told the BBC. “It is really unknowable at this point. But it is very much something that I see now as one of the goals only just over the horizon to get my head around, what if – and if – we will at any point in the future need to think about revaccination,” he said.
  22. I loved it. Where he describes his remote viewing is exactly what I experienced accidentally. So for me Ingo Swann is the real deal I have no doubt he wasn't allowed to share everything he knew and also there must be some misinformation aschete seems to be misinformation everywher. But on the whole I find him excellent.
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