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  1. The current NHS groupthink means that they they could ask the opinion of a thousand doctors and they'd all say you need to be sectioned under the mental health act.
  2. You can say no, but I guess I'm looking at it from a war perspective (and this is a form of modern warfare) POW's are supposed to have rights and be treated fairly but we all know that this notion goes out the window during a conflict scenario. Once caught the enemy can and will do anything to you.
  3. Sorry should have made it clear but I copied the second paragraph from Wikipedia....just wanted to illustrate the scale of vaccine choice the consumer is being presented with. I agree the whole tangled web of bullshit is tiresome.
  4. Potentially then you are arrested and forcefully injected. The aim has to be to do everything possible to stay out of prison, mental hospital, or the gulag... once they have you held captive its all over.
  5. It's going to be incredibly difficult, I'm thinking of using a less obvious anti Vax stance in future. I'm probably going to claim that I'm pro vaccination but the sheer number of vax brands in circulation worldwide (with many more in development) has left me with too much choice. I really want to hold on for longer so that I can analyse the DATA and then get the most effective one....the gov keep kicking the can down the road so I will employ the same methodology as our esteemed leaders. In Phase III trials, several COVID‑19 vaccines have demonstrated efficacy as high as 95% in preventing symptomatic COVID‑19 infections. As of April 2021, 16 vaccines are authorized by at least one national regulatory authority for public use: two RNA vaccines (Pfizer–BioNTech and Moderna), seven conventional inactivated vaccines (BBIBP-CorV, CoronaVac, Covaxin, WIBP-CorV, CoviVac, Minhai-Kangtai and QazVac), five viral vector vaccines (Sputnik Light, Sputnik V, Oxford–AstraZeneca, Convidecia, and Johnson & Johnson), and two protein subunit vaccines (EpiVacCorona and RBD-Dimer).[3][failed verification] In total, as of March 2021, 308 vaccine candidates are in various stages of development, with 73 in clinical research, including 24 in Phase I trials, 33 in Phase I–II trials, and 16 in Phase III development.[3]
  6. I think to shake the proles up a bit. It's all a bit directionless at the moment, endless talk of data, road maps,caution, wait and see...it's all flat, stale and boring. The audience is starting to lose interest in the narrative so the directors will attempt to ramp up the fear. Not sure what they will do though.
  7. I'm thinking that on the 21st something dramatic will happen. I really don't see how they can keep kicking the can down the road with such low daily death numbers. Even the most myopic of proles must acknowledge that continuing restrictions with tiny numbers of deaths is insane and unsustainable. Something big has to happen so that the agenda can move up a gear. Perhaps that's why the G7 is held here, they're all on a field trip to see first hand what Britain looks like now before it's changed beyond all recognition.
  8. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/im-desperate-six-year-old-24275311 I can't find out much about this Hudson character but she's spewing some vile propaganda with this article.
  9. Me too, I thought the text looked larger compared to the previous ones. Must have been one of the boffins from Sage's ideas....if we increase the font size the refuseniks will comply.
  10. Viagra (sildenafil) side effects list for healthcare professionals The following are discussed in more detail in other sections of the labeling: Cardiovascular Prolonged Erection and Priapism Effects on the Eye Hearing Loss Hypotension when Co-administered with Alpha-blockers or Anti-hypertensives Adverse Reactions with the Concomitant Use of Ritonavir Combination with other PDE5 Inhibitors or Other Erectile Dysfunction Therapies Effects on Bleeding Counseling Patients About Sexually Transmitted Diseases The most common adverse reactions reported in clinical trials ( > 2%) are headache, flushing, dyspepsia, abnormal vision, nasal congestion, back pain, myalgia, nausea, dizziness, and rash.
  11. Massive internet outage hits websites including Amazon, gov.uk and Guardian | Internet | The Guardian
  12. What is hard to understand is they don't seem to be scared of dying from the Vax, but for the past year have been petrified of dying from a cold.
  13. 70% is just a random figure to make people like us think we will be tolerated as non compliers. That goalpost figure will undoubtedly move higher and higher just like all the other arbitrary targets they have set.
  14. 70% won't be enough, no one is safe until everyone is safe. Don't think just queue.
  15. A huge queue has formed outside a health centre in Harrow, in London, which is offering jabs to people aged 18 and over. Belmont health centre in Stanmore, Harrow, is open on Saturday to over-18s who are still waiting for their first vaccine and who live or work in Harrow. The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is being administered all day at the walk-in clinic and people do not need to be registered with the practice to get their vaccine. National eligibility criteria in England states that only those aged 30 and over are invited for their first jab, and it is understood that health officials want to prioritise that cohort in Harrow rather than younger age groups, PA news reports. But the poster advertising the walk-in centre clearly states that people aged 18 and over can come along, and the majority of people waiting appeared to be in their 20s. By mid-morning, a huge queue had formed in the area of the health centre, with the line snaking around a car park and stretching down the street. Among them were 20-year-old students Jamie Lesser and Daniel Simmons who arrived at around 8.15am. Lesser said it will be a relief to get the jab, telling the PA news agency: “If all plans go ahead, clubs are going to open in three weeks’ time and we both have plans to go out.” He said he had clubbing plans for “about five days in a row” if nightclubs open, “making up for the last year and a half”. Lesser said he found out about Saturday’s walk-in through friends in a group chat who had forwarded on information about it. The queue for vaccines is snaking around a car park and stretching down the street The queue for vaccines is snaking around a car park and stretching down the street. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA He said: To be honest we weren’t intending to give up the whole of the Saturday. We were going to go to the gym fairly early … Thought we’d get here very early to avoid the queue, which hasn’t been very successful. Simmons said that as soon as he saw the chance to get the jab, he thought he would “jump on it”, adding: “I want to get it as soon as possible really.” Queueing for his jab, Chand Shah, a 25-year-old accountant, said the walk-in centre was “heavily advertised” and he thought it was a “good idea” to get the vaccine before the possible further easing of restrictions on 21 June. Asked if he expected to get his vaccine so soon, he said: “No. I was expecting August to be honest.” Shah added: “I think if you get the vaccine you feel safer.”Iou get the vaccine you feel safer.”
  16. I get the sense that there will be a mass nationwide Vax push in these next weeks, similar to what happened at Twickenham last week. The tabloids have started to use the word blitz quite regularly which is ominous. I think the speed and intensity of it will perhaps sweep up the vaccine hesitant and push them over. Blitzkrieg is a military technique that consists of a violent surprise attack on the enemy. It seeks to confuse the opponent on a physical and psychological level in order to eliminate any of their chances of fighting back.
  17. We are going to experience a massive propaganda campaign against us and the stupidity of the proles does not give me much hope. This is going to be fucking tough and the biggest test of our lives. Our intelligence is perhaps our best defense.
  18. The exemptions have all along enabled people to act normally and not wear one. There is no need for this type of petition, those wearing a mask are doing it through choice...also through ignorance, not listening to their own bodies, peer pressure and being worried what other people might think.
  19. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2021/jun/04/any-menstrual-changes-covid-jab-would-be-short-lived-experts Researchers exploring whether Covid vaccines may disrupt menstrual cycles have said any potential changes to periods are short-term and do not affect fertility. Another researcher who has failed to read the vaccine product information before making a bold claim.
  20. Nice red dress she chose for the event.
  21. Agree, not sure how many police staff there are in the UK but they can't all be sound asleep. Those employed as detectives, fraud investigators etc can surely see through all of this shit.
  22. Don't hear much about them taking it, perhaps they too get the salty celeb version so they are at maximum capacity and strength when the shit hits the fan.
  23. They have to, I'm so so bored of endless diktat's, grey politicians with their endless rules and announcements, celebs and royals, newspapers, TV news, masks and neverending jabs. Oh and Data, sick of that bloody word too. This is true communism, grey, dreary, flat and oppressive.
  24. Something big has to happen soon because this slow, dull trudge to nothingness is unbearable. Our society needs a shock, a burst of energy to spring it back into life and action. Life has become so fucking inert and dull.
  25. I would use a different approach, I would praise them for not wearing a mask, after all I want to see no masks on any human faces....we need somehow to breakdown the mask, maskless division, not encourage it. The guy filming is simply inverting the shaming that us maskless have had to endure for the past year.
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