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  1. 1 hour ago, Doc said:

    "Record demand puts patients lives at risk"





    I've searched this article for a reason for this uptick in A+E attendance in the UK but there is no explanation for it in the article. I guess we can extrapolate from that...

    I’ve sent a FOI request to hospitals in Manchester asking for a breakdown of A&E admissions in terms of vaxxed versus unvaxxed.  I work in social care and regularly get ambulances for service users, and the waiting times for ambulances has risen massively. Waiting 7/8 hours is becoming normal. Their initial reply and acknowledgment  of receipt of my request included the disclaimer that it might take longer than usual to reply because resources are taken up dealing with Covid !!    I’ll post the info when it arrives.  FOI requests are simple and I intend to do plenty more

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  2. 18 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

    These collapsed lung and lung issues related to prolong mask use, is a ticking time bomb. Think of all those police offices who are going to get collapsed lungs.

    Every cloud........

  3. 12 hours ago, perpetual said:


    25(a)(b) are not compatible with HRL because it is an illegal lockdown. Are they prepared to argue this in court?

    We have plenty of evidence.


    I don't know when this is going to be discussed or decided but guys, just make a ton of money this year and get out if need be. Let's buy a land or an island somewhere. If you want to, there is a way.

    My understanding is that Simon Dolans case questioning legality of lockdowns, set the precedent for lockdowns being legal. Don't know if he was set up to fail, or is controlled opposition, but the logic of 'if lockdowns are legal, then it follows that mandatory vax is legal', befuddles me. Maybe its because i don't have a Phd in ethics and philosophy !!

  4. 1 hour ago, Bombadil said:

    How do people here feel about mandatory voting? Always imagined if everyone voted a lot of the idiots would not hold positions in parliament/ government etc. Feel especially in the U.K. vast majority who don’t vote wouldn’t vote for the Conservatives. Would also give more potential to viable decent alternatives. Maybe then we could have some non establishment representation that would fight back against this covid crap as well as other pressing issues. 

    I'm afraid my experience over the last few months has shown me that the Labour Party are in some ways worse than Tory.  At least there are some tory backbenchers with a bit of integrity left.  My MP's replies sounded something like... blah blah we're all in this together.....blah blah we must think about others....blah blah at least til a vaccine comes out.... blah blah blah.  Nauseating.  Didn't address ANY of the concerns i put to her about Human Medicines regulations, Police brutality,  voting against CV act, etc.

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  5. 1 hour ago, Itsa said:

    I've been thinking this might actually be a very good idea for a while.

    They've already said they don't know if it stops people spreading it

    'It' being the virus spike protein they've just injected into them!!


    Yes, according to govt. info, we should keep the fuck away from the vaxxed !!

  6. News at 10 last night parading the royal seal of approval at Balmoral on the operation....        Nicholas Wytchell (?) at his most solemn....                

       'The raising of morale is what this is all about, on a day when



    Boom !!    In plain sight.


  7. 3 hours ago, DarianF said:


    The amount of currency that has been created is staggering. Nothing like this in all human history. If the past is anything to go by, a global hyperinflation is coming. One so massive, it makes all others look like farts in the wind.

    This is when it became obvious to me that (fiat)money isn't going to be around much longer.  Its like they've thrown everything they've got on the last race 

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  8. On 11/24/2020 at 3:26 PM, Basket Case said:

    James Corbett  


    "lf you are advocating for lockdowns, you are complicit in tearing families apart. You are complicit in inflicting untold suffering on millions of people around the world. You are complicit in casting the poorest and most vulnerable in our societies into even further grinding poverty. You are complicit in murder."
    9 minute video, including section with WHO saying lockdowns are deadly.. 

    Just sent this to my MP, and suggest others do too.  Call them out as murderers, because that is the truth.

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  9. 4 hours ago, oddsnsods said:


    Another slip of the tongue that got my attention was that twat Toby Ellwood saying that the military should be used to 'control the narrative'.   This is the minister who managed to smear his face with blood on Westminster Bridge, while tending a 'victim of the f/f attack, surrounded by onlooking paramedics. It looked like a sick initiation ritual to me

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  10. I know it can seem lonely out there - being sane, but keep holding on...


    Thank you for this reminder, that it's US who are sane.🙏    I feel out on a limb at work at the 

    moment, so i'm so glad i joined the forum. Being amongst sane people is what i need right

    now, cos walking through town looking at the 90% masked people makes me despair.  

  11. Hi Wiggs, fellow newbie poster here 👍.  I do a similar job, and went to occy

    health just to document my feelings about mask wearing, for future reference,

    as a senior manager had already suggested that i couldn't do the job if i was unable

    to wear a mask in the office.  I had my misgivings within a few minutes of my counselling session, when she felt the need to tell me she'd been a nurse for 20

    years, so therefore knows how serious this pandemic is.  Wallowing in self righteousnesss.  I found it difficult to reconcile my willingness to wear a mask in

    a clients house, with my self declared 'medical exemption' for not wearing one in the office, without referring to the hoax. The outcome is that she told me to see my GP ! (i think she thinks i am mental), and will arrange for a risk assessment to be carried out at work.

    When i returned to work there were e_mails from the leader of the council saying that all council staff should be challenging other staff who don't follow the rules !!

      Anyway, do you have any ideas as to how i go about the office risk assessment, where i assume i will be asked to don a muzzle in the office, and be observed for physical reactions.  I have considered fainting, but i think the sarcasm would be too obvious.  Sarcasm, fuelled by anger has become part of my makeup these days.

    Take care mate

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  12. I have a similar dilemma Clansman. I work for a local authority, and 

    a month ago they mandated mask wearing in the office.  My job involves

    visiting people in their homes, and for the few minutes i am with them, i

    am willing to wear a mask. But for me it stops there. A manager has told

    me that if i can't wear a mask in the office, then i can't do my job. I won't

    voluntarily leave, and am documenting my distress with the occupational

    health department. I've just had a session with a 'counsellor', over the phone,

    and she gave me the shpiel about wearing one for other people, and all that

    emotional blackmail stuff. The best she could come up with at the end of the

    session was, i need to see my GP !!

    The elephant in the room is the fact that 25 of us have worked 24/7 throughout

    the scam, with no casualties,and no mask wearing in the office,yet since the mask mandate, 10 have been off,either poorly or isolating.   Yes, people think that we're

    the crazy ones mate, but stick to your guns, cos when this unravels, at least

    we'll be able to sat we took a stand.  Take care pal 

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