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  1. 2 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

    I've been howling with laughter at the whole buggernation street all afternoon ,so much so my eyes are sore,they will appeal to people of a certain age and who knows who ena sharples,albert tatlock and minnie caldwell are and the the makers output is prodigious


    Bahahah 10/10 comedy gold! No idea who those people are but I'm starting to see an Excretion Rebellion thread in the making here.


  2. 2 hours ago, Jikwan said:

    Is this for real?

    Hi mate, yes. It's a French homing gull, Macron tried to warn him about it, something to do with the G7 gull & bones ritual.



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  3. Not really sure what's going on here but I get the impression my presence is disruptive or unwelcomed so I'll take me leave. Appreciate the help and advice and still support the community and David Icke's work. I'll probably visit as a guest but won't post. No hard feelings and thank again all. Take care.

  4. 3 minutes ago, Saved said:

    There's a colleague at work that is a self confessed germaphobe. He carries hand sanatizers, wears plastic gloves, covers those gloves in lashings of 70% alcohol solution. He's been doing this for at least three years after getting a bad virus that put him on his arse for six weeks. 


    When Covid became a thing, he doubled up on the gloves and wears a mask absolutely everywhere. He also packs antibacterial wipes for any touch point (car door handles etc).


    He is ALWAYS bloody sick. But then his diet is abysmal. He cleans only the outside of the cup, neglecting the inside. There is absolutely no getting through to him.


    We all left work for three weeks recently because somebody tested positive for Rona. I had to have a home test and tested positive. As far as I'm concerned it was a chest infection/cough and I felt well enough to work but was told I couldn't come back until the NHS said I could.


    Plenty of water, vegetables, zinc, vitamin C and D - as with any virus - codeine for muscle aches and headache. Alternate days I took 3g of Kratom, which was brilliant at relaxing the body.


    When returning to work, I found out that he didn't test positive and he found out that I did - that in itself justifies his lifestyle choices over mine. The told you so smile said it all.

    Hehe people are like that, I find health is a very individual thing. But yeah if someone finds something that confirms their own belief they'll deny most of the things that contradict their own bias even going as far as rejecting their own contradictory experience.

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  5. 6 minutes ago, Liberty said:

    Fair enough but consider the effects of isolation and being in constant fear of an invisible invader.  One if not the highest risk category being diabetics. High stress levels raise the blood sugar even more making it thick which then leads in combination with isolation to things like DVT and Pulmonary embolism, atherosclerosis leading to heart attacks and strokes.  It effects every part of the body making the blood more acidic. This Is a much more holistic way of looking at it. Holistic medicine takes into account the whole being. (The biopsychosocial model) and was an improvement from the old model which was just biological. (There’s lots of info about this on the web). The old bio model where doctor knew best had long gone but has now made a comeback.  You can’t treat people without looking at their whole being. If you just look at them in terms of you have this so take this pill and not take into account how their psycosocial situation impacts on them it isn’t treating.  You could call isolation itself a disease as it has all the hallmarks and symptoms of a virus so when doctors see it and have confirmation either from a dodgy pcr test or suspected symptoms and without an autopsy being available to confirm and the added extra funds they get per covid patient. The evidence is going in the direction of isolation kills and mimics a virus.  By attacking psychosocial you are causing disease. 

    Absolutely, all valid points and appreciate the insight. Good stuff!

  6. 51 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:


    I honestly don't see your point, sorry.  Infection coverage will never be 100% within the community.  Just because you have underlying health issues and haven't suffered symptoms, that doesn't mean there isn't a virus or illness that can be contracted.  


    I appreciate that there is a debate over whether a virus has been isolated.  I am not a medical doctor or virologist, etc.  My approach to this is that I don't need to argue that there is no virus, I can just adopt a working assumption that there is and I only need to point out that the official response to the virus is completely disproportionate.  That's enough.  It's a strong position in its own right.  It also has the advantage that it comes across as realistic. 


    My training is in the law and I am used to constructing arguments and attacking other people's.  My approach is that you attack at the line of least resistance.  If you go round saying there is no virus, nobody will listen to you.  If, on the other hand, you say there is a virus and an illness but the reaction to it is out of proportion, it comes across as more of a reasonable and grounded position.


    I don't really want to start an argument.  I am entitled to my view, you are entitled to yours.  Our conclusions converge on the same point, it's just that we start from different positions.

    Some reasonable pointers there, appreciate the info.

  7. No problem man, just do your own thing, you might be alright just using platforms that are freely available and fit within your own ethical standards or view of what is good for you. There's no rush grow, the journey is the best part. World's is crazy right now, could definitely use some stability.

  8. I think since the pitchforks are out we have to infight to the death. I don't think I should let you escape from my reality. You will be healthier or I will pelt you with vitamins and healthy advice until you die of really old age! :D

    JK I can agree it's being used as the pre-text to usher in the Global Reset.

  9. I'm not saying everyone with some underlying illness will or won't get it. Nor am I saying people without an underlying illness can't get it. I'm just describing the experiences and some of the commonalities between those who I know who have fallen ill. I also stated I know more people who haven't got it than have got it at the moment.

    My main advice was to take precautions (use the supplements known to disrupt viral replication and regulate inflammatory responses) and have a healthy lifestyle if you wanted to lol nobody is forcing you to be healthier :D

  10. 2 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

    You may hear of people so say contracting 'it'. But what are they actually getting?  Seems to me so long as you get a positive test anything you have becomes covid. Acute bronchitis, pleurisy and pneumonia to name but a few usual respiratory ailments seem to have disappeared. Why do you think that is? May e they've all applied by deed poll to change their names?

    It's a valid point, we did have SARS-CoV-1 going around the world in 2003 though. I have no way to determine exactly what they've had. I'm mostly going off their anecdotes, taking into consideration their lifestyles and underlying health issues.

    At the same time these are people who I wouldn't normally know to have caught a cold or suffer from respiratory illnesses. Nor in the more serious cases be gasping for air or think they're dying until this particular point in time.

    I can't say I'm right or wrong I just lean more towards it being a case of viral respiratory infection based on my own interpretation of events and experiences.

    Since people have already been treat around the world using alternative therapies using vitamins and minerals and which in some cases include ivermectin which has specific anti-viral properties; Also considering some of the commonalities between those who seem more likely to suffer from the illness, I think it's wiser to make healthy lifestyle adjustments and use the easily accessible preventative therapies as a precaution. It certainly won't do anyone any harm and should help prevent hospitalisations.

  11. 4 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:


    Have I just read that right?

    Coming from you, I'm absolutely shocked.

    I'm with Ergo, hear too many accounts of of people contracting it for it not to be a possibility. Also keep getting more first hand accounts from relatives and friends too.

    The way they describe their respiratory symptoms doesn't sound like a typical flu virus. One passed away, some end up in hospital and some don't. That's why I considered researching alternative therapies from the start although I had doubts. But when I hear about some of the more serious experiences I'm being told they're gasping for air and falling unconscious at home.

    Not all of them experience terrible symptoms, usually those with underlying health issues and some of them felt worse being vaccinated after they'd already contracted the virus. Others have had a vaccine and don't appear to have suffered any immediate side-effects.

  12. 22 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    According to this Big Brother Watch tweet, the coronavirus legislation has been amended to allow police access to NHS Test and Trace information as to who is self-isolating. There appears to have been no parliamentary scrutiny of this change which has been done on the quiet.


    The legislation linked to in the Tweet can be found below.





    Thanks for the link, appreciate it. ✌️

  13. 11 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

    This has been a sad week for me...have been in the UK for a couple of weeks...and on Monday my son contacted me from Canada to say his friend 28 had committed suicide...apparently had developed depression over the past 6 months and the current lock down had tipped him over the edge.


    Then yesterday, I get a message from the son of an old neighbour's here in the UK to say his mother (the ex neighbour) had passed away. She had apparently been 'shielding' and became very down at the lack of contact. Stopped eating and gave up. Died as a result. Her son told me that after she passed the doctor said she should have received help from the NHS. ... In my opinion if she had received NHS help her death certificate would have said covid and not the 'frailty of old age' BS that they currently assign to any elderly who they can't nab with the covid tag. (They did the same with my mother last year - put ' frailty of old age' when she died with pneumonia followed by a forced end of life routine...they couldn't put covid as no test and I was present to refute it) This is all very sinister, evil and clearly costing many lives....young and old alike. 


    What I find astonishing is the mindset of the many....they are like droids spewing the official narrative. I was at the bank yesterday, dealing with my mother's final matters and as I was queuing a man says ''where's Yer mask''.. I said that I didn't need one. He then told me that I should protect myself and others because the British government has been 'letting idiots into the country that might have the virus'... I said ' oh really well I guess you're talking to one of them as I flew in two weeks ago...thank you for your concern, I know exactly who the idiots are and who to blame for any loss of life - and by the way your mask may be killing you'  went into bank...into side room to deal with matters...no mask. Bank manager tells me he knows a woman who got unwell...shivers, sweaty...went to hospital...tested positive with the test that tests for jack shit and they claimed she needed ventilating. She died less than 24 hours later.


    My own father received the claimed to be vaccine last week here in UK.  His anal concubine insisted. I will be watching his health very closely here on in.



    Sorry to hear that Beujangles and condolences for your losses. Best thing we can do is try to keep our chins up, keep some sort of healthy routine and be there for the people that need help as much as we can. Have to stay grounded and strong.

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  14. 8 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    Hopefully this comes as some reassuring news about vaccines for those within the 47 nation states of the Council of Europe (which includes the UK).


    Although the Council of Europe cannot make binding laws, it does "have the power to enforce select international agreements reached by European states on various topics" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_of_Europe ) and includes the European Court of Human Rights.


    The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has passed a resolution that vaccines must not be mandatory and no one should suffer discrimination on account of not having been vaccinated.




    It reads:

    7.3 with respect to ensuring high vaccine uptake:

    7.3.1 ensure that citizens are informed that the vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is politically, socially, or otherwise pressured to get themselves vaccinated, if they do not wish to do so themselves;

    7.3.2 ensure that no one is discriminated against for not having been vaccinated, due to possible health risks or not wanting to be vaccinated.



    No likes left but good info!

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