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  1. Yeh loads of people just randomly and needlessly drop it into conversation, when you haven't even asked or mentioned it and you're just on the hiya/ small talk part of a conversation. Like they can't wait to brag about it !! And they say it in such a smug way :|
  2. Its hard to gauge how soon the next steps will happen, in terms of pressure and coercion, as everything has moved fairly quickly it seems since last March, but they also need to balance that with a phased approach rather than bombarding everyone with their ultimate goals at the same time. In reality, the threat to people's jobs as well as access to money (benefits, banks) and services is likely to come within a year... but some people on here would probably say sooner than that. I Hope there's a significant and successful pushback from the carers, but whilst it may stall things in the short term, its obviously going to go across the board soon enough..
  3. I hope so, apparently they're suggesting offering £50 to people to get the jab now. Ffs, how desperate. Luckily a couple of people I know who were on the fence/ indifferent about covid and the jab have now decided they don't want it because of how much its being pushed.
  4. https://www.england.nhs.uk/statistics/statistical-work-areas/covid-19-vaccinations/ I'm just looking at these vaccine statistics by age and geographical area/ town, but to work out percentage for each age group you would have to find the statistics per area, which could be inaccurate due to people moving or not registering in that area. However, a frightening number of under 18s in all area seem to have been vaccinated. It says 229,000 in total, how can that be right?! Lowest levels appear to be those in 20s and 30s, but hard to assess in context without knowing the breakdown for different towns and cities.
  5. No offence, but he doesn’t look the healthiest 51yo.... probably had all sorts of underlying conditions related to lifestyle choices.
  6. I do keep wondering about people without capacity, who are certainly getting jabbed. Such as care homes (dementia etc), MH institutions, adult learning disabilities etc. And those in the community with similar health problems such as vascular dementia, so all those sorts of people must bump up the vaccinated figures and certainly won’t be anything close to informed consent :-(
  7. Someone I know who is a nurse, who usually works on the “general medicine ward” (I think) which usually has older people in from care homes with illness such as flu (pre-COvid) told me that up until feb/ March last year they used to swab test for Flu A and Flu B. She said one of them was very similar to covid, so when COVID came along they were still doing the flu swabs to begin with, but then it was replaced with the PCR test and they didn’t bother testing for the flu anymore.... even though one was virtually the same... from what I can gather. Her ward then became the Covid ward when flu miraculously disappeared.
  8. I do agree in some instances, but I’m specifically referring to a situation where someone doesn’t want their benefits potentially stopped in the future, so they don’t want to say an outright no at this stage. It may not even be raised by the benefits people yet, but @whatthefoxhatdoesn't want it on record he is going to refuse.... and if you’re on benefits then some kind of discussion or review with regards to benefits must take place every so often, whether you like it or not, in order to avoid being sanctioned. So they kind of hold the cards in that situation.
  9. Can you say that you won’t take it for now whilst it’s still only a clinical trial, but you’re considering reviewing your position once the trial completes. It’s difficult with job centre, health visitors, probation etc as anything you say to them is then “on record” and could be used against you in the future. Data protection is basically meaningless as they share between govt agencies for various reasons routinely. I can see why you wouldn’t want to be on record as an actual point blank refuse at this stage
  10. https://www.bitchute.com/video/SWguWmo57kn8/ sorry if already posted (took me a while to find the vid as a link), retired PC Mark Sexton attends leamington Spa police station on 18th June 2021 to produce evidence and ask for 6 MPs to be investigated for Misconduct in Public Office.
  11. Most I have spoken to through work brag about having had both jabs. Although my friend has shown me her PC friends Facebook which appears to be anti-lockdown, anti-covid etc. Which surprises me, how vocal she is given her job, you would expect them to have to tow the line? Or not put their actual opinions on there....
  12. https://dailyexpose.co.uk/2021/06/18/james-corden-says-those-who-refuse-experimental-jab-deserve-a-knuckle-sandwich-and-should-be-excluded-from-society/ Trying to brainwash his retarded American followers
  13. Out of likes... i hope there’s more resistance than we think, although a lot of people I speak to are getting it or had it. They annoyingly seem to brag about it and tell you before it’s even in conversation
  14. I wonder whether the size of the actual vaccine dosage would be the same for a young child as that for a 30 stone man for example... ultimately the effect of the mRNA is likely to be the same genetically, but the adverse reactions could be more severe and accelerated for children if they are planning on giving them the same dose teenagers is bad enough, but the prospect of them giving it to under 12’s is just horrifying
  15. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/06/03/nurse-spread-covid-conspiracy-theories-vaccines-will-kill-struck/amp/ sorry I don’t know how to link this from the telegraph site as can’t find it on there. Kate Sheramani struck off due to spreading Covid misinformation
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