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  1. Yeah Covid is the new 'poor me' exaggeration 

    People were a bit bunged up and they would say 'I have the flu'

    People had a sore throat and it was tonsilitis

    If your going to be ill you need to big it up so why not an imaginary killer disease

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  2. 5 hours ago, Fluke said:

    Probably going to piss a lot of people off but it's largely boomers who are to blame for going along with this. The generation born in the 1920s know it's a load of bollocks, the silent generation are okay, but the generation born 1945 to 1965 are the most entitled fucking cunts going. Biggest spoilt load of babies going. 


    And no not everyone. 



    Ones born late 60s early 70s and Gen X I can relate to. Same with those in their 90s. Boomers can f off and die listening to the beach boys. Useless cunts.

    So it seems I am a boomer. I always wondered who they meant by that term. Personally I prefer to judge individuals rather than clump people into groups.

    I guess that it is a useful way for you to divide the worthy from the unworthy.

    It would be nice if you could reconsider your feelings as maybe they have been manipulated from outside of yourself as part of some sinister plot to help create division amongst us. Those that would lead us fear unity.

    I often like your posts here and will continue to do so but knowing now what you think of me I wouldnt want to be anywhere near you on the frontline in a battle.

  3. 31 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:


    Must be honest.....that thought has crossed my mind once or twice.

    Are we being corralled?


    Perhaps I had better upload my picture then, after all I wouldnt want them to be confused in anyway as to who I am. 😇

  4. Probably the hidden powers behind this are getting ready to throw the likes of Johnson, Trudeau, Arden et al under the bus.

    So they now need to reposition the MSM into being seen as the heroes who exposed the scam so that they will be trusted by the general population when it is time to move onto the next big thing whatever that is

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  5. Back in the day they could have had smokers pubs and non smoker pubs

    Neither would have excluded anyone but it wasnt allowed to happen

    If there were pubs now for the unjabbed the other sort would definitely be exclusively for the jabbed

  6. 14 minutes ago, Macnamara said:


    if armed police, dressed in riot gear, kick in someones door in order to pin them down and forcefully jab them then they would not want the public to possess any weapon which would be able to penetrate riot gear/stab vests/bullet proof vests


    That is my guess why they are now going for crossbows: they are preparing for a stage they intend to carry out in the future

    Ones that I looked at in what i call affordable range would be next to useless  against riot gear. Even small ones are quite bulky so it isnt likely that anyone could get close enough to a politician to do anything spectacular either. Maybe telephone masts could be vulnerable though.


  7. 44 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

    Anyone else noticing the amount of thread derailment attempts that have been taking place over the last few days?

    Becoming very obvious now.

    Some are better at it than others and some seem to work in tag teams


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  8. Not based on in depth scientific study just my own gut feeling I have always been anti-vax. I like this forum obviously because people who have done research come here and confirm my bias.


    2020 was always going to have a higher than usual death rate partly because of the denial of medical services for part of it and the midazolam murders. I think according to the ONS it is about +1 per thousand people.


    If I was to guess how this years figures will look I would go for a slight decrease. I could be wrong but the deaths from the jabs arent as common as I expected they would be, though the number of bad reactions would suggest that could quickly change.


    However the polarisation of the argument around pro vax versus anti vax in the media shouts at me as their often used 'phoney bone of contention' (a term Richard D Hall often used to use)



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  9. I thought he said EVERYONE eligible would have their booster by the end of the year

    That they would do a million booster shots every day

    By my maths thats 18 million shots at the rate of nearly 700 per minute if they are working 24 hours a day.

    18 million seems to be a bit short of the numbers claimed to have had their two jabs.


    I dont mind admitting that I stand to be corrected on my maths.

  10. 8 hours ago, webtrekker said:

    Pilot Deaths Up 1700% after Vax Mandates

    The deaths of airline pilots skyrocketed seventeen-hundred percent (1700%) during the first nine months of 2021.

    Within the industry, other pilots are saying the deaths are due to the COVID-19 vaccines causing blood clots, leading to strokes and heart attacks.

    Pilots were coerced into taking the COVID-19 shots under threat of losing their jobs.

    Pilot Deaths:

    2019: 1

    2020: 6

    2021: 109 (through September)

    Industry trade publications are covering the news . . .





    Shocking!!! 😱




    edit due to my silly mistake

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  11. Pretty much do nothing that is recommended just the things I like

    Egg bacon mushrooms and a fried slice for breakfast dont usually feel hungry again until the evening when it will be some kind of meat with potatoes and veg.

    A few beers of an evening and smoke as many fags as I can.🙂

    First sign of a sniffle vit C vit D codliver oil and zinc seems to do the trick.

    Am I super healthy ...no....am I happy yes very

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  12. 1 hour ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:


    I completely agree that medical treatment should not be denied to anyone and that judgments about one's lifestyle should not get in the way of access to healthcare.


    However, using comparisons to other types of "irresponsible" behaviour places the unvaccinated on the same level as heavy drinkers, drug users, the morbidly obese etc whereas deciding not to get vaccinated is not in the least bit reckless or dangerous to health.


    Also, I think running such an argument comes with the risk of inviting judgments to be made about all of our behaviours and whether we should be given access to healthcare based on a form of social credit scoring. Governments never seem to give anything back but rather prefer to take more liberties away.

    Thanks for that Eve.

    If government can deny services to a person based on judgements of behaviours it would logically follow that those denied services should not have to contribute towards those services. I would personally quite look forward to them clarifying their position as to which services are going to be denied and to who to assess which taxes will have to be paid and by who.

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  13. Here on the Essex coast we apparently have an outbreak of Bird Flu. Having been led to believe that the vaxxed will all have compromised immune systems I wonder if there will be a cross species breakthrough and an abundance of seaside properties on the market in the near future.


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