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  1. 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, instead of swabbing your throat, swab something else. The cat, the toilet bowl, the flower bed outside, anything you fancy. Then visit .gov, use the barcode to log your negative result and bingo. You have your vaccine passport activated with a negative test result.

     

    Repeat the following week and crack on as normal in society, visit the pub, go see a concert, or take a flight abroad 😂

     

    The link I found on .gov to report your results is here.

     

    https://www.gov.uk/report-covid19-result?priority-taxon=774cee22-d896-44c1-a611-e3109cce8eae

     

    Thoughts anyone?

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  2. 3 hours ago, Daz181 said:
    UK scientists: "Resurgence in hospitalisations and deaths is dominated by those that have received two doses of the vaccine."
    Hopes that life may soon be back to normal were dashed by Boris Johnson this week when he indicated that restrictions would remain in place to prevent a deadly third coronavirus wave. Predictably, the announcement relied on unduly pessimistic modelling, which suggested a full release from lockdown in June could trigger a new wave of hospital admissions every bit as bad as the January peak and result in up to 59,900 deaths...

    [link to www.telegraph.co.uk (secure)] 

    Buried in the summary: "The resurgence in hospitalisations and deaths is dominated by those that have received two doses of the vaccine."
    Yes, you did read that correctly. Third wave deaths will predominantly be driven by people who have been vaccinated
    (Paywall article but screenshots in tweet)
    [link to twitter.com (secure)] 

    Interested in reading more about this. I can't view the telepraph was it's subscription only. Any more sources? 

     

    It's probably the ADE thing that was spoken about a while back.

  3. Just seen on Twitter no vaccine is required to travel to Seychelles, or Greece. You wait for the rest to follow suit. Spain are fucked without England's tourism, so they won't risk missing out.

     

    I think it's all going to come tumbling down.

     

    Although I did also see Chris Witty warning of more lockdowns too. 

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  4. 3 hours ago, Sexpistol50 said:

    I wonder if they will use the covid  test that costs £175 before you can fly abroad or the rapid 30 minute test?

    Gotta be honest, I'm not too bothered about going abroad. I just bought myself a caravan 😅😅

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  5. 48 minutes ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

    I actually feel physically sick to my stomach, the amount of pure disgust I have for the world right now is at levels I can't say on here without being visited by spooks or being flagged for "anti-semitic hate speech"

     

    Fuck

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theweek.co.uk/952072/israel-green-pass-uk-vaccine-certificate-passport-plan%3famp

    How Israel’s ‘green pass’ could be adapted for UK

    Downing Street is studying coronavirus certificate that has allowed Israeli venues to reopen

     

    The system to “identify people with vaccine immunity” would allow “businesses to ensure their employees have had the jab or could be used to allow people to enter hospitality venues”, ITV reports.

    This is going to take an eternity to roll out.

     

    I never bothered with the GP app, my Mrs has it and it's absolutely crap. Nobody I know really uses it. Test and trace took long enough.

     

    They are going to have to get people to use the app first and then adapt it for vaccine and test data.

     

    Hopefully by the time they get that sorted it's all blown over.

     

    I was reading something the other day that suggested any vaccine passports for international travel would only be a temporary measure. I know that doesn't mean it will be, but we live in hope.

     

    I would probably do a test if I absolutely had to, but I'm not taking the vaccine. I could easily swab the cat if it's a home test.

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  6. 1 minute ago, AnarchicBreeze said:

    It will be a temporary thing to give the PTB time to regroup and create a more effective plan to oppress us. Their manufactured covid fraud is wearing thin and peoples' increasing rejection of the "vaccination" solution is getting out of their control. Harsher tactics now will elicit open conflict. They need time to construct a more effective plan

    Definitely wearing thin now. Something else must be in the pipeline

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  7. 3 hours ago, perpetual said:

     

     

    But isn't this counter-productive? If they attack all kinds of IoT, people and business cannot function. Surely such attack gives a message to the masses that we shouldn't rely on digital ID or digital only society and cash becomes the King again.

     

    I was reading something on here a couple of months back about a total blackout coming. It fits in with that. But yeah I see your point as well.

  8. Mid march schools will reopen. Then the numbers will increase, slowly at first but they will begin to creep up. More testing more infections and lockdown again in summer. Before you know it, it will be autumn and we need to protect the NHS again. I can see it coming now.

  9. 12 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

     

    Mandatory PCR tests for lots of things, which will be replaced by the vaccine passports and (hopefully) unrest.

    I'm still hoping to get away with being unvaccinated. Might have to try and fake an allergy.

  10. Anyone got any decent info to discredit the fact check websites? They are obviously one sided nonsense, and it really annoys me when people share a link to snopes, politifact or fact check etc and think that's it, argument over, you are wrong as fact check said.

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  11. People are crazy.

     

    I've shown people news stuff before that is on RT and been told "you can't believe any of that, that's all Russian propaganda on there" or similar, but then the same people believe everything the BBC says, without even questioning that it might be "all British propaganda". It's just insane that people are so quick to jump to an opinion about one thing, but then don't question the other side at all.

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  12. 13 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

     

    That's what they do in prison. They call it 'pruno'. I made one of those kit beers years ago. Came in a big tin. Wasn't too bad as it happens.

    I get beer from Wilko. Woodford Wherry, same as they sell in some of the shitty wetherspoons. I get the wine online, Solomon Grundy or beaverdale kits. Works out around a quid a bottle. If I drink 3 quids worth I can't remember going to bed and wake up extremely dry 😂

     

    Certainly is a good hobby, but it's a slippery slope of you don't take it easy!

  13. 1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

     

    Then it will have to be down to the garden shed to make some strong home brew.

     

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    I already do this. I make wine and beer. It's really easy and comes out great with the kits nowadays. But if they ban the kits I can make it out of straight raisins and fruit of needs be 🍺

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