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  1. Did everyone read about the Caribbean island volcano where they wouldn't rescue the unvaccinated? Klaus Schwab speaks about a cyber pandemic, and there is a trial run going on this July, so it's probably something that will happen. I wonder if they will cut us off from everything and take all the vaccinated to camps to feed them etc, but leave the unvaccinated to fend for themselves as we are 'unclean'. I have solar on my house, but the panels turn off when the grid goes down. Wonder how hard it would be to get them working in the event of a cut. I might gra
  2. I wonder how long this shedding is likely to go on?
  3. It's a very good point. If it was a real pandemic we would be losing the young, along with healthcare professionals etc. But we aren't, it's just those that are coming to the end of their life anyway.
  4. I had a text message today. First contact I have received. Not altogether sure how they got my phone number, I don't recall giving it to the doctors but guess I must have.
  5. Dexamethasone apparently. Has to be better than a gene therapy vaccine surely? All seems a bit odd to me.
  6. So we don't need the vaccine anymore? That was all pointless. Wonder what's in these tablets. Won't be long before someone has analysed them. They surely can't be something new?
  7. Now we've got this... https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/covid-brain-clot-astrazeneca-vaccine-b1831876.html?amp So even if this were true and you are more likely to get a blood clot from covid than from the vaccines. They failed to mention that you can still get covid after the vaccine. So why can't people see that you are still better off not getting the vaccine? Am I missing something, who is fooled by this nonsense?
  8. Definitely. The only way to achieve herd immunity with this is to let people obtain a natural immunity. You hit the nail on the head with a massive lie
  9. I have a question that throws more doubt on the official narrative. They keep speaking about reaching herd immunity. I understand the concept. A certain percentage of the population is immune and this in turn protects those that are vulnerable or can't vaccinate for whatever reason etc. This works with things like polio, measles and other things we are vaccinated for me as the vaccine renders you immune. BUT, this won't work for covid, even if everything else they are telling us were actually true. Reason for this is the 'vaccine' doesn't actually give you immunity. Thi
  10. She's the biggest shill of them all. Who actually believes she an 18 year old 'scientist'
  11. This sounds awful. I'm going to push to work from home beyond June. Commuting to work is already a waste of far too much time without having to wait half hour on top. Surely if companies end up having to pay for the testing they will favour home working.
  12. Ok, they are talking about evidence of a negative test being sufficient. So this must be intending to feed into the app. Maybe I'm incorrectly calling it vaccine passport. I should probably say covid status passport. Existing process according to .gov site is to log test result online. If you read the process for completing the test, no lines means the test failed and you have to bin it. So you will always need more tests than you log to account for this.
  13. Reading this https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.england.nhs.uk/coronavirus/wp-content/uploads/sites/52/2020/11/LFD_NHSStaff_A4_161120_.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwibzZ3T1vTvAhXC_7sIHWsCBGkQFjAAegQIAxAC&usg=AOvVaw2DovQP6spvO0Nvlj5U8BPX You could probably just say it's negative even if it wasn't.. How are they even going to know you lied?
  14. Sure, but if it reads positive you just chuck it in the bin and swab summat else with another one. Unless you fancy a few days off work paid for and then you utilise it to your advantage Obviously this won't work if they decide to get everyone to test in front of them at an airport or something similar, but surely the idea behind the vaccine passport is so all this sort of thing can be there and ready to go. You rock up, passport scanned and you are through, no mucking around. They aren't going to want people in queues waiting around for half hour stints at airports etc.
  15. Correct me if I am wrong here with my thinking, but there seems to be an obvious loop hole. So the plan is to be able to allow negative test to be used within the passports was proof your are not infected right? And we can currently order lateral file tests from .gov. I have just been looking on the .gov site and you can log your test results on there but you need a barcode from the test. So what you need to do, when it goes live, download the app and link it to your .gov account. Order a load of tests and do a couple a week, or whatever the requirement is, however, ins
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