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BornFreeNowAgain

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  1. What we all know of course, but at least we know there is one coroner with some balls and ethics still intact. 44 year old Tasmanian man's death ruled to be caused by Astra Zeneca jab; Vaccine caused Tas man's death: Coroner (msn.com)
  2. It is tragic. I am in the UK from Australia to visit family (my mum passed away so managed to get an exemption to fly) and the TV is on almost all the time that someone is home. On the first few days of being back one of my sisters asked me what I watch on TV and I told her 'I don't have a TV', she nearly fell of the chair and the look on her face was like I had told her I farted in her cup of tea. No wonder it is so easy for the cabal to keep fooling people when they are being propagandised constantly. It is a tragedy of human consciousness that people veg out in front of an idiot box all day.
  3. Sounds a lot like some of the symptoms of dementia. I have always thought that at least one part of this poison would be to try to trigger dementia in people. It is a 'slow kill' and with the rise in numbers year on year of dementia, quite easily 'hidden' to some degree. With the average lifespan of dementia being around 7-9 years too its sadly an easy weapon for the cabal.
  4. Yeah it is astounding! It seems if the MSM can name ONE SINGLE example of a fan dying years ago in similar circumstances and a game being stopped for it, then that is enough for the sheep to go back to sleep and be happy that 'this has always happened". But than as we know from Mattias Desmut, 30% will always stay asleep. Hopefully some of the 40% will start to see it.
  5. Yes, seems to be a lot of people passing out and collapsing, more than I ever remember, including those who the MSM claim have 'fainted' like the 'comedian' (allegedly a comedian). I am back in the UK for a family tragedy and I have heard from family now of two people who died from 'falls'. One a woman 31 years old 'fell' down the stairs and died and another male aged around 49 or 50 found dead at his front doorstep having 'fell' and smashed his head on the step. Yes, these things have always happened but perhaps once every few years in a particular location, now it is happening on live TV, in football crowds almost every week, on the sports fields every other week and happening in small Towns probably all over the world as in the two cases above in the last 6 months. Nothing to worry about though... On top of that my family have told me that 'loads of people have died in the last 12 months' and they have no clue I think it is all a scam. Sadly they have not put two and two together.
  6. Ahh yes, now I remember him and the scandal. It is so weird how you can forget a person even exists until you hear the name again.
  7. I am currently in the UK (sadly my dear mum passed away) and you are right, there are tons of ads for funeral plans and cremation services. I said as much to family I am staying with (as much of the UK sadly the TV is on in the background almost all the time).
  8. I know the Underground is a different thing, but I went to Leeds the other day (A large Northern England City in Yorkshire for those overseas) and there cannot have been more than 5% max wearing a mask. I took the train both ways and walked around the City about twice as I am not that familiar with it LOL. I was both surprised and very pleased that it was so low.
  9. Can you remind me what the Zen Gardner incident was? I completely forgot Zen Gardner even existed, it is so long since I heard that name.
  10. I must admit I feel very similar about Max. When it first happened and he fled to Mexico I felt like you that he was a massive hypocrite as he was certainly talking about 'standing your ground' and talking about the ways he would/and we should fight against the tyranny, even talking about 'taking a few with him' if ever they came knocking on his door to be forced jabbed. Now he just tells others how to stand firm whilst he himself has fled. He also left his (admittedly adult) son behind in Australia, but did have the decency to offer his stockpile of food to his son and landlord, IF he cannot return LOL. I agree on the weak excuses too, which he repeated ad-nauseum which I personally felt was his need to justify his actions to others but perhaps more importantly himself. Admittedly we all do this when we make a dodgy decision, we are in-built for rationalising our fears and act-outs. I have tried to be a bit more understanding to Max since he first fled, but the doubts still linger. His association with Jeff Berwick certainly do not help the red flags and doubts.
  11. And yet ANOTHER 'medical incident' in the crowd at the Blackburn vs Middlesboro game tonight with the game stopped for 8 minutes.
  12. Well on getting out I may be eligible for compassionate reasons but not sure if this will be approved or arrive in time. The tests I believe can now be done using the rapid antigen tests so that's better. A lot of fucking loops to jump through though from both ends and I really do not look forward to the 14 day quarantine when coming back to Australia and I don't have enough time on my side to actually organise to get myself to a point where I could leave for a considerable amount of time.
  13. It is funny you post this because just yesterday whilst trying to figure out what I have to do to get back to the UK from Australia I had the thought about I wonder if this is part of the reason they are now winding things back, they have what they wanted, as well as all the other things of course as it is never just one thing.
  14. Thanks for that, very interesting. For those that don't have a 'black light' you can make your own, but the sharpies might cost more than the light itself LOL; I forgot this guy existed too, I saw tons of his life hacks years ago.
  15. Sorry mate, can you elaborate a little? I have so many hoops to jump through even leaving Australia it would help if I don't have more research. Cheers mate.
  16. Thanks mate. I would need to stay with family I think.
  17. Good to get a heads up, and a black light for future reference. Imagine the looks you would get taking your black light to the pharmacy and waving it over the kits until you get the one you want.
  18. Thanks mate. My mum is very sick and may not pull through and is currently in hospital. She has taken a downturn and it looks like it could be very ominous for her. I am looking at ways to get back to the UK but it seems that the only option is to go and do a 10 day isolation which may be too late. The only way I could do it is to stay at mum's but only if she is planning to go home from hospital if that's the way she chooses to go. However, the way I read the rules it would mean my family may not be able to visit her if I am there. My family are pretty tuned into the narrative. Even then the way I read the rules again, I would need to apply for a compassionate exemption to not have to stay in 'managed quarantine', and that application can take up to 14 days.
  19. Is there anyone here who has arrived back in the UK from another Country in recent times? Are there any ways around the 10 day isolation period on entering the UK?
  20. Am I reading this correctly; of the NSW deaths (26) 25 of these had received at least two doses (two people had received 3 doses); Huge drops in hospital and ICU Covid patients in NSW (msn.com) Hospital and ICU patients with Covid have dropped in NSW and Victoria as the Omicron wave peaks across Australia's east coast. NSW recorded 20,324 new Covid-19 cases, 2,712 hospitalisations and 34 deaths, while Victoria saw 13,091 positive test results and 14 deaths. Deaths in NSW comprised 26 men and eight women - including one person in their 40s, five people were aged in their 50s, five people were aged in their 60s, nine people in the 70s, 10 people were aged in their 80s, and four people in their 90s. Two people had received three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. 23 had received two doses.
  21. Exactly he is a fake. The only thing Gary Neville is truly passionate about is self-interest and self-promotion.
  22. This does not surprise me. I commented on the Max Igan boards a while ago after Max mentioned how often do we hear ambulances. At the time which was some months ago I had noticed a huge rise, perhaps I was hearing 4 or 5 a day. This died down a lot over the last couple of months but in the last 4 or 5 days I have been hearing them regularly again (perhaps again 4 or 5 per day), sometimes late at night or early hours too. All is not well as we know.
  23. He is a dead set knob! He get's a LOT of airtime and is the golden child of Sky Sports because he is seen as intelligent, passionate and moralistic, when in fact he is simply playing to the crowd, spouting soundbites with his fake outrage and says a lot of stuff that cannot be tested. He is also extremely hypocritical as shown in his club sacking managers for fun and his lack of impartiality around his mate Ole. Why people take him seriously I do not know. It is possibly more of a reflection on the other 'pundits' that Neville is seen as the smart one.
  24. Yes, I must admit I am questioning myself too . I disliked him mostly because I liked Andy Murray and Rafa Nadal and so I disliked Novak because he was just too damn good mentally against those players, especially after all Rafa's injuries. But to be honest I had never really bothered to listen to Novak and I think most of us make those kind of assumptions about people and we don't have the time to look into every single individual, we have to make snap judgements. I admit I was wrong on Novak; having watched a few videos of him now he comes across as a very down to earth, humble and open guy.
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