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  1. Interesting they are not targeting gay women. Me thinks they are up to something ...
  2. Do we expect ww3 to kick off shortly or will Russia back down? https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jun/23/eu-leaders-ukraine-candidate-status-russian-attack
  3. Yeh my neck of the woods, east London. Skynews reckon they might do force vaccinations and take crap samples via anal probes and no doubt free covid jabs: https://news.sky.com/story/traces-of-polio-virus-found-in-london-sewage-as-health-officials-declare-national-incident-12638443 If more virus samples are identified, the emergency could be scaled up to the next level which will see targeted interventions - including small batch vaccinations and the collection of stool samples from areas where the polio virus has been found.
  4. Looks like the magic potion effects your ding a ling, no doubt due to those pesky spike proteins clogging your pipe work. Even the magic pill can't help you. Poor chappy.
  5. Re: Shedding I doubt they designed the jab to do this, the powers that be still interact with the minions (events, hospitality, medical, restaurants, travel etc) therefore would get a dose of their own medicine via said interaction if this was the case. The only way to get the jab is to inject yourself with it.
  6. Tragic loss of a young person life. No confirmed cause of death but the Police are investigating. The comment section is awash with speculation. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1598360/london-news-girl-10-dies-cardiac-arrest-putney-leisure-centre-met-police-investigation
  7. Long time lurker. This story is doing the rounds in the last 24 hours, looks like Valneva have managed to catch a Unicorn, thought no one isolated the virus yet?: With this type of vaccine, the virus is grown in a lab and then made completely inactive so that it cannot infect cells or replicate in the body but can still trigger an immune response to the COVID-19 virus. https://news.sky.com/story/amp/covid-19-valneva-vaccine-granted-regulatory-approval-by-the-mhra-12589756
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