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  1. Something really weird happened to the Forum just now. Specifically this thread. It disappeared completely from the listing and when I tried to reload from history, I got the following error message. Obviously everything seems back to normal now, but I could access all other parts of the Forum but not this particular thread. Anyone else have the same issue?
  2. Excellent find. Peer review is the gold standard in research papers. These papers are meaningless without it. NZ has to be kept safe and free of The Covid as that is where all the elite bunkers are. You're living in their playground.
  3. Starting to get mentioned in MSM now... However, apparently it's good news More than third ‘suffer Covid-19 vaccine side effects’ and reaction ‘more likely’ if you have had the virus - study | Evening Standard NEWSUK More than third ‘suffer Covid-19 vaccine side effects’ and reaction ‘more likely’ if you have had the virus - study A new study suggests more than a third of people who receive their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine report some side effects - and a more frequent reaction in people who have had Covid "could be good news". Most of the side effects with the first dose were mild, and included pain or swelling around the site of the injection. The data from the study suggests people who have previously had Covid-19 are almost twice as likely to experience one or more mild whole body (systemic) side effects, compared to those who have not had the virus (33% vs 19%) from a Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine dose. According to the latest data from the Zoe Covid Symptom Study app, the most common mild whole body (systemic) side effects were fatigue (9%), headache (8%) and chills or shivers (4%). Tim Spector, lead scientist on the study and professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, said: "This data set is a unique look at those who have been vaccinated in the real world outside trials, and so far the post-vaccine effects we see are mild and in the minority of people. "It’s interesting to see that those with previous Covid are more likely to experience these mild after effects than naive subjects. “This could be good news, as a larger response like this suggests that those getting a first dose after having had Covid are generating a stronger immune reaction and may get greater protection from just a single shot of the vaccine.” Most mild whole body (systemic) side effects appeared in the first two days after the vaccination and only 3% of people have any after effects beyond three days. The figures, based on a sub-sample of almost 40,000 vaccine doses, suggest that 37% of people experienced some local side effects after the first dose, and 45% after the second. While 14% of people reported at least one whole body side effect within seven days from the first dose compared to 22% from the second dose, possibly indicating a stronger immune response after the second dose. The data found that 13% of vaccinated men, and 19% of vaccinated women, reported at least one systemic side effect within seven days.
  4. I've now had to go and look up what 'importunity' means Learn something new everyday!
  5. On the same day, in the same paper, on the same page, two totally different reports from the same government about vaccine passports in England. On the BBC, Andrew Marr has been speaking to Ed Miliband, shadow secretary of state for business, energy and industrial strategy. He suggests vaccine passports “may be necessary” and that we should be “open” to the prospect but that there are “complicated issues” to do with how it would be deployed. UK not considering vaccine passports, says Zahawi Ridge asks whether the UK is considering the introduction of vaccine passports. “No we’re not,” he says. “One, we don’t know the impact of vaccines on transmission. Two, it would be discriminatory and I think the thing to do is to make sure that people come forward to be vaccinated because they want to rather than it being made in some way mandatory through a passport.”
  6. Under 50s now. That's ticking a huge box.
  7. Good point, but I don't think they are in charge now. They are mouthpieces. And badly chosen ones. The ones who will really make it are the ones who manipulate and subjugate without anyone really realising until it's too late.
  8. Serco tops UK outsourcers for Covid-19 contracts | Financial Times (ft.com) Serco has won the most Covid-related government contracts among UK-listed outsourcers but the pandemic did not bring any “great bonanza” for the industry, according to research. The large outsourcing groups, including Serco, Capita, G4S, Mears, Interserve and Mitie, won significant work on the emergency Nightingale hospitals and providing Covid testing, but ended up with a small share of contracts overall, said Gus Tugendhat, founder of Tussell, a data provider that tracks government procurement.
  9. Police are preparing to play a role in enforcing the detention of passengers in Covid quarantine hotels as the government scrambles to launch the stringent new system on 15 February. Government-contracted security guards are expected to be stationed on each floor of the hotels and by entrances and exits to ensure travellers do not leave for 10 days after their arrival. Those refusing, or absconding from quarantine, could be subject to police action, with officers taking them back to the hotel, the Guardian understands. Hmm - I wonder if it will be Serco or G4S?
  10. Every Time Rick Grimes Says Carl - YouTube
  11. Wait a sec - does this include returning UK nationals who have a perfectly good home to go to, if they insist on isolating upon return? Instead you are put in a detention camp which they have set-up in a Travelodge and have to pay for the privilege? Does this also include Rita Ora when she returns from her latest trip?
  12. Sean Penn has his own vaccination centre going and recently made the news in the States because he sent a 2,200 word rant to his employees (which was 'promptly leaked to the LA Times because they were complaining about not getting breakfast and lunch etc. It was pure class, the rant from Mr Hollywood Bad Boy dickhead. The email veers from admiration for the heroism of his staff members ("the sea of masked faces") to his own post-midnight struggles ("pulling at my hair and pounding pavement") to the treachery of his employees ("dissent in the low-hanging fruit of cyberspace" and "uninformed inaccuracies"). Penn also directly addressed his anonymous critics, framing their comments as "shameful entries," "obscene critiques" and a betrayal of epic proportions: "And to whoever authored these, understand that in every cell of my body is a vitriol for the way your actions reflect so harmfully upon your brothers and sisters in arms. I have taken counsel and here will refrain from using the words with which I would otherwise choose to describe the character of your actions." Penn described the two comments as "highly visible," but amid 150 reader responses, they would probably not have gained much attention if not for Penn's email. sean-penn-letter.pdf (brightspotcdn.com) Sean Penn fires back at criticism over his COVID-19 vaccine site: 'Betrayal of all' (yahoo.com)
  13. Now that Trump is Gone, HCQ is No Longer Poison - Health Scams Exposed (healthscamsnews.com) The American Journal of Medicine (AJM) has recently recommended Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as an effective form of early treatment for COVID-19. Just one month ago, they would have been banned from the airwaves and the internet for making such a claim. Dr. Anthony Fauci himself used former President Donald Trump’s interest in HCQ as a reason to reject his approach to the pandemic.
  14. Take action on MPs supporting Covid conspiracy figures, PM told | Coronavirus | The Guardian Boris Johnson has been urged to act after two more Conservative MPs were linked to figures spreading Covid conspiracy theories or making discredited claims. Last week it emerged that Desmond Swayne, a former Tory minister, encouraged anti-lockdown street protesters to “persist” and suggested NHS capacity figures were being “manipulated” to exaggerate the impact of the virus. Questions are now being asked about the judgement of a further two MPs: Andrew Bridgen – who defended Swayne in an interview on the YouTube channel of a controversial former BBC journalist whose posts have been taken down by YouTube for spreading false information about Covid – and Adam Afriyie, MP for Windsor. Brees has given extensive airtime to dissemination of baseless conspiracy theories about links between 5G technology and Covid-19 and has posted about “just asking questions” concerning Pizzagate, the baseless QAnon theory that led to real-world violence and harassment. YouTube confirmed that it had acted on a number of occasions to remove footage posted by Brees for breaching guidelines on medical misinformation. Meanwhile, Afriyie, a member of the anti-lockdown Covid Recovery Group of Tory MPs, tweeted in October that he had been “reflecting on the scientific advice” around Covid and called for “perhaps a public conversation between Ivor Cummins et al and mainstream scientific advisers”. Can someone please explain to me how asking for a conversation is deemed to be controversial???
  15. Yes it is. And from many corners. Silence. Any opposing view is silenced. I am pleasantly surprised we still have a working forum!
  16. Yep, totally agree. The leaflet was a stupid idea. Of course it was going to get coverage, but he knew that it would get the wrong kind of coverage. Should have played the game better.
  17. Yep! The quote on the Bohemian Club about spiders is from Shakespeare's Midsummer Nights Dream.
  18. I know it's slightly off topic, but apart from Epstein and Gates, who are the book-ends?
  19. I would love to believe that, but just can't. There are too many strings.
  20. Aaah, you've gotta love the Express Say it how it is. New world order.
  21. This is from November 2020, but some interesting sentences here: UK to use AI for COVID-19 vaccine side effects Software company Genpact UK has been paid £1.5m for an AI tool that will be used to process the adverse reactions of the COVID-19 vaccines. By Sara Mageit November 04, 2020 The Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Authority (MHRA) has paid Genpact UK a tender of £1.5m to develop an AI tool to sift through the high volume of reports of adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines. The government contract states that the AI tool will “process the expected high volume of Covid-19 vaccine adverse drug reaction (ADRs) and ensure that no details . . . are missed.” WHY IT MATTERS As the UK prepares for a widespread inoculation programme of monumental scale in the months ahead, the need for an effective and powerful tool to process a large number of reports is critical in managing the high volume of reports. The types of vaccine being developed, such as the MRNA and chimpanzee adenovirus are relatively new, making it hard to predict how they will interact with millions of people's immune systems. The contract from MHRA also concedes that the timelines of the coronavirus vaccine has been accelerated so fast that an accurate analysis of their safety may not be available when they start to be trialled in national immunisation campaigns.
  22. Cue the federal mask cops. Americans are now required to wear masks in planes, trains, buses, subways, taxis, car services, boats, and transportation hubs, per a new order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that took effect today. Masks must be of a style approved by the federal government and must fit properly. Failure to comply will result in being prohibited from traveling, booted from the transit in question, and potential criminal penalties. The order will be enforced by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents and "other federal authorities," as well as state and local officials. "To the extent permitted by law…federal agencies are required to implement additional measures enforcing the provisions of this Order," the CDC says. "CDC reserves the right to enforce through criminal penalties," the agency adds, though it claims not to intend "to rely primarily on these criminal penalties." The feds may also implement "additional civil measures enforcing the provisions" of the order (which "is not a rule within the meaning of the Administrative Procedure Act," the CDC notes, "but rather is an emergency action").
  23. Captain Tom, the face of Covid 19, born on Walpurgis Night, raised £33M, died on day 33 of 2021.
  24. 33. Getting close now. Overload in the media lately.
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