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The itinerant shrubber

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  1. 23 hours ago, Observations said:

    On the news they mentioned monkeypox again and said it's not an epidemic or pandemic like we've been used to

     

    (As you see, an interesting use of words)

     

    I also heard separately on radio 4, the mention of the importance of contact tracing 

     

    (When I looked into contact tracing in 2020, I heard voices I respected in the NHS saying that the system we already had in place was sidestepped. Privatisation. Control. Secrecy. I read that some of our data was sent to America. Wasn't that Serco and / or G4S?) 

     

    ..... 4 more people in England have been diagnosed. The risk to the public remains very low although it appears that the individuals caught it in the UK.

     

    Let's go to our global health correspondent  !!

    (Naomi Grimley live in South West London)

     

    Are we looking then at some community transmission of this disease?

     

    Yes that's right. The UKHSA thinks there has been some community transmission, but as you stressed in your introduction, they very much think that this will be a cluster, not something like an epidemic outbreak or a pandemic that we've been used to with covid. 

     

    Monkeypox is a rare viral infection and usually it is connected with travel to travel to West Africa and certainly the first case that was discovered in the UK this year on the 7th May did have a travel link to Nigeria, but since then they have had other cases and the last 4 have all been in gay or bisexual men, and it's thought they caught it in London. So That's why health officials have been saying people should be on the lookout for rashs, for unusual bumps on their bodies and also the usual fever type symptoms that come with this monkey pox, so that's swollen lymph nodes and obviously chills and feeling very hot

     

     

    If only there was a vaccine!!! 

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  2. I don't deny he's a degenerate but there's two sides to every story. 

    Most likely this girl was a prostitute out to make some money. 

    She was 17 at the time and of legal age. She was old enough to know what she was doing. Nobody put a gun to her head. 

    Of course the media will always take the side of wamen when they cry victim. God forbid a woman ever takes personal responsibility for their actions any more. 

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  3. This is a war on minds. We didn't get to this place through reason and critical thinking, we got here through fear and emotional manipulation so I suggest we fight fire with fire. 

    We cannot change people's minds with facts becouse people are not in a rational state of mind to accept or even look into facts. 

    We need to use fear and emotional manipulation too, except our propaganda will be based on the truth. 

    I want this to be a real world campaign, not just more Internet based bullshit so if you're interested in making an actual difference in the real world, drop me a PM and we can share some ideas. 

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  4. Time is ticking and I've given up on the herd. If they haven't figured it out by now they never will. 

    I just want to circle the wagons now with other like minded people cos I can't survive this by myself. 

    I've tried freedomcell network and I've had no response from anyone in there locally. East anglia just seem bereft of any serious minded folk who want to get together and form a network in real life. 

    I don't know anyone outside of my family in real life that is awake to what is happening. 

    The Internet is just a distraction. We need people who have our backs. Someone on the other side of the planet is no use. 

    I've seen awake stickers around my area but I've no idea who is doing them and I don't do Facebook. 

    Any suggestions? 

     

    PS. I'm in Stowmarket if anyone is around that area, feel free to pm me. 

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  5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-59178291

     

    "

    An experimental pill to treat Covid developed by the US company Pfizer cuts the risk of hospitalisation or death by 89% in vulnerable adults, clinical trial results suggest.

    The drug - Paxlovid - is intended for use soon after symptoms develop in people at high risk of severe disease."

  6. It's peoples mindless compliance that makes me angry, not the elite. 

    There will always be evil people wanting to control us. That's just human nature. 

    When I see these goons wearing masks and doing what they're told, I can understand the elites contempt for us. As a whole, humanity really deserves what's happening. Our ancestors must be ashamed of us. 

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