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oneantisworthtenofyou

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  1. Didn't those things used to be called "a black mans pinch"? although considering the size of those things the black man responsible had a mighty firm pinch-grip and some chip shop sized fingers
  2. i am lucky because no one that i care about has bought into this covid shite so i have to look at it differently from those who have lost loved ones to this scam anyone that can be divided and turned against me is and was my enemy anyway? this covid nonsense has actually helped identify all those sycophants that existed anyway that would have sold me down the river to whatever authority told them to do so anyway you seem to imply they were "turned" or corrupted into a course of action i say if they can be turned i thank the government for shining a spotlight on my enemies i just was not expecting it to be about 90% + of the population ... oh well
  3. SARS-CoV-2 re-testing in staff, patients and residents in health and social care Immunocompetent staff, patients and residents who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 by PCR should be exempt from routine re-testing by PCR or LFD antigen tests (for example, repeated whole setting screening or screening prior to hospital discharge) within a period of 90 days from their initial illness onset or test (if asymptomatic) unless they develop new COVID-19 symptoms. This is because fragments of inactive virus can be persistently detected by PCR in respiratory tract samples following infection – long after a person has completed their isolation period and is no longer infectious. If a person is re-tested by PCR within 90 days from their initial illness onset or test date and is found to still be positive for SARS-CoV-2, a clinically-led approach, taking into account several factors, should be used to decide whether re-infection is a possibility COVID-19: management of staff and exposed patients or residents in health and social care settings - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
  4. Indeed they would and they would virtue signal with pride allover social media with their comrades applauding Virtue signaler 1: I have just taken MY new variant vaccine Virtue signaler 2: you hero! they act like they have won a prize regarding each other as heros fighting a common enemy
  5. some folk believe/project the idea in a good vs evil narrative where the elites are the evil ones and the good will always win out over evil which all sounds very biblical/Christian to me i always find myself being a bit suspicious when a narrative has such a simple good vs evil black and white story
  6. I very much doubt the elites can be stopped by bits of cardboard and protests the people are completely stupid and are nothing more than livestock the idea that they will group together and overcome the "elite" is a story for children's bedtime only imo i am just trying to imagine the mask wearing obedient sheep turning on the narrative and shedding blood nope i just can't see them doing anything they are not told to do i do not despair myself as an individual i do not buy into the fairy tale of random people coming together and forming a new utopia after winning the war against the elites with bits of cardboard and a strong will and a sense of love and peace do you really believe in this kind of shite?
  7. I think this covid nonsense has shown me that "the public" are like a controlled stampede control them and aim them in the correct direction to further whatever cause you wish to use them for whoever directs the stampede controls the narrative i have no idea why so many people seem to hold on to this idea that "the public" will suddenly wake up and organise into a force that will combat and stop this current narrative from playing out in another dimension perhaps holding bits of cardboard above the head with words on defeats tanks and 5G
  8. Apples or oranges but never a fruit salad don't you just love false dichotomies! you're either with us or against us "George bush"
  9. Part of an email from local authority sent to me today asking folk to help round up the old people in their area "According to the NHS management in Kent: "The last invites to those aged 70 and over or the "extremely clinically vulnerable"..."have been offered to everyone eligible whose contact details the NHS has". So if you haven’t had your first dose yet or have not been contacted for an appointment this week, please make an appointment now at: nhs.uk/covidvaccination or by phoning 119 if you can’t use the internet. May I request that everyone who reads this message does as I am going to do right now after posting this, and go now and carefully knock on the door of any neighbour that you know of in these groups, stand well back, and from a distance ask them if they have been vaccinated. If not, please join with other neighbours and make the arrangements for them as above. The aim is to have everyone in these groups done by Monday."
  10. Asda are incredibly proud We are incredibly proud to announce that Asda has become the first supermarket to support the NHS vaccination programme, using in-store pharmacies to provide Covid jabs. The first in-store vaccination centre opens in one of our Birmingham stores later this month and qualified Asda pharmacy colleagues will administer the vaccine to priority groups identified by the NHS. The site is the first Asda pharmacy to be approved to support the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine programme and we are continuing to work with Public Health England and NHS England to assess other sites that could support this programme. We have also offered NHS England the full use of our 238 in-store pharmacies and qualified pharmacists to support the rollout of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine programme which has just begun, and we stand ready to support authorities as needed in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. As this particular vaccine is easier to transport and store, it could be administered from Asda’s full network of in-store pharmacies."
  11. Good god could anyone look more like a reptile
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