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  1. Imagine for a moment that Covid-19 is a real virus, which I believe it is. Unleashed deliberately on the world and given good time to spread to all corners of everywhere including Greenland, as stage 1 of "The cull" (stage 2 being the dubious ingredients of "The vaccine" and its constant trap now of follow-up jabs ad nauseam (literally.)

    Right, well....

    We are all told that the various vaccines will protect against serious illness and death.
    Oh yeah?
    "UK records highest daily death toll since early March" (October 27 2021)


    Like -who do they think they are kidding? A fat lot of good all these toxic vaccines are doing if the death toll is spiking again and cases of the virus are rising through the roof.

    Absolute sheer bullshit. The vaccine uptake has been very "good" in the UK. Yet it apparently is offering no actual protection at all, or very little.
    And nope. It makes not enough sense to blame the unvaccinated, as the vaxxed are a pretty big majority.


    Compare that with the TB vaccine (which was a real vaccine) It did do what it said on the tin.
    It appears this one is doing nothing at all.


    This is somehwat of a rhetorical post.....

  2. On 8/9/2021 at 1:08 PM, Shy Talk said:

    Apologies if similar has been posted elsewhere. Been getting this outrageous message/demand when logging into bank account the last couple of weeks. How long before they deny you access (to your own hard-earned!) for refusing to set up the biometrics?:


    You'll soon be able to use your app to securely approve your Online Banking transactions instead of your card reader.

    Get ready and register your face (and soon voice) for biometric approval on your app and use them to confirm it's really you. You are your strongest password.

    Registering your biometrics in your app helps to:

    - Protect you against fraud
    - Manage your account more securely

    Important: Not everyone will be able to use the app or register their biometrics straight away, so you still have an option to use a card reader.

    We are taking a phased approach so you may still need your card reader for some actions so please retain it for the time being.

    For more information go to "Biometric approval" in the Settings menu of your app.

    This has to be dependent on either a) a phone that does "apps"....or b) a laptop or similar that does "apps".

    If so, it has to have a camera in order to record the person's face/microphone for voice.

    Not all laptop/phone owners have these things and some elderly or not very computer au-fait people know how to operate them. So what? You are kaput with the online bank? And have to go back to traipsing into a town (at exactly the wrong time and day ....when they are shut, as they always seem to be?) That is, if you're lucky enough to find an actual bank in a town.


    So, I just got used to the card reader thingy, now we have to do this space age crap?

    I bet this announcement is decorated with lovely happy-smiley pictures of models pretending to be couples  looking at laptops and laughing as if it's supposed to be fun and a great relief They will all have gorgeous Hollywood teeth even if they are supposed to be 70....oh and they will be racially diverse of course.

    Fucking bollox. Sometimes I hate this stuff....most of the time actually.

  3. 1 minute ago, DarianF said:

    Bastards in Australia now threatening us. They're going to come to our house if we refuse. Okay you bastards, I'm waiting.

    Human rights and what is legal have been destroyed in  less than 2 years. You find a hidey hole or fight them mate.

  4. Covid tests are deliberate and premeditated torture of one degree or another . Saliva tests work. They are proven to work, done properly. So why does no-one do them??

    Why do I read that saliva tests are valid but they are not used in the UK??

    And what about all that plastic waste created by billions of trashed swabs?

    Utter rubbish, designed to make us scared, designed to hurt us, and not even that good.

    I refuse to participate.

  5. My double-jabbed friend who I was talking about in the OP has now been diagnosed with Alzheimer's as well. He was fine before.

    Another double-jabbed friend was suddenly struck down with abdominal pains and such bad fatigue she couldn't get out of bed much for days. For no reason she could work out.


    I don't know if it's connected with the vaccine or not. I can't prove that it is. But it's very coincidental.


    Now we're not only being "offered" a Pfizer third jab, we are being made to feel anxious about whether we might qualify for it or not. "When can I get one?" the ads say....

    A third jab is supposed to be the way the truth and the light.
    So where's the fourth?And the fifth?ad infinitum? They gotcha in an endless vaccination program.

    Meanwhile I went to a rock and roll party with seven unvaxxed last week. No masks. Hugs everywhere. We had a good time and some good food.

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  6. Buzzards are songbird predators. I don't know how they compare to cats, but I've seen many songbird fledglings carried off screaming before my very eyes, by a swooping Buzzard. Yet they don't get any lockdown restrictions.


    I am not really a cat person. I like dogs best. But I knew a cat, fed her for a number of years, and she killed more mice than birds. In 7 years, she killed 2 birds.

    She even took 4 rabbits.

  7. On 7/14/2021 at 4:08 PM, Itsjaybigjay said:

    yea know what you mean, the little bastards wiped out a lot of my seedlings early on. least my potatoes and tomatoes are doing well and i have plenty of kale growing.

    You lucky b***er. My kale looks like something from a concentration camp. Spuds....we'll see. May be lucky. Spinach all raggedy too.

    Lockdown year 2020, and my kale was splendid, and kept going for months. This year it started to even go to seed in June! I had to order kale from Tesco's.....oops.....not avaliable! Pulled off the website. Various other things like lettuce shockingly not provided either. Refunded of course, but how do you tell your stomach "sorry no veggies, but we were refunded"?

    I am now picking nettles.

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  8. Well, they stopped texting me. I consider what they are doing as spamming me. I mark communications as spam. Believe it, they are in it for the money. £27...ish? for a double-jabbed patient. Quite a lot of money if a GP has lots of patients....say 2000?


    Okay so today I got another postal reminder. A brightly coloured single leaflet reminding me of the virtues of  the "vaccine" and telling me how protected I would be if I got it. And that they had no record of my response to earlier callings for it.


    Bollocks!! Why are the Covid numbers soaring, hospital admissions soaring, deaths soaring, if the "vaccine" prevented infection to a large percentage, staved off the likelihood of serious illness, and almost definitely the threat of death? It's all a lot of deliberately confusing rubbish.

  9. I have noticed that Tesco's have many veg. items unavailable, and piddly little green beans were limited to one pack per order, with no other fresh options. That was this week.

    Meanwhile my own crops are failing due to the miserable summer and lack of light, and over enthusiasm of slugs.

  10. 21 hours ago, Dizza said:

    So contracts put out to tender in scotland, the north, east, west and the south of the uk; this info was even put on my little facebook page.


    So come whats in store no it alls?   (know)


    It sounds like a lot of people are going to get murdered (sorry....typo...I meant "Covided"/vaxxed....)

    Two hundred deaths a day at the moment, expected to rise to 1000 a day when the UK opens everything up soon. That's the line we are fed anyway.

    Okay, it makes no sense does it?  Isn't the vaccine meant to protect against serious infection/death? Make us to a large percentage safe? (rhetorical question.)

  11. I remember this. Back in the late 70's I bought "aura goggles" from some techy shop in the Blackfriars/Fleet St area. They cost me a whopping £4 I recall, which was a LOT in those days.


    I was sure I'd see auras as soon as I put them on. What happened was I saw a murky darkness, which slowly started to fog up. I took the glasses off and they were steamed up. Put them back on again, and steamed up again in about 2 minutes. Nope, I didn't see any auras. I've forgotten what happened to them....probably gave them to a charity shop. Waste of £4. 🙄

  12. (quoted from the Gov.UK website)

    https://www.find-tender.service.gov.uk/Notice/013120-2021#II. Object-0


    ".... 32 London boroughs and the City of London, led by Westminster City Council. The framework agreement will appoint a single provider and will be for a period of 4 years. This will be a contingency contract, only called upon in the event that an excess deaths situation arises in the future and existing local body storage capacity needs to be augmented.

    The over-arching aim of this tender is to provide a single framework supplier that will be able to provide temporary body storage facilities to house deceased in the event of an excess deaths situation....."


  13. 1 hour ago, TwopackShugar said:

    I suggest you check out https://odysee.com/@iceagefarmer:42 he covers all this importing and exporting better then any one else, he mentioned in videos a little back something along the line of shipping container problems. 

    I heard tonight from a friend, that there is some issue with truck drivers because of Brexit.  Not Covid-related. Hope it's not the thin end of a supply wedge.

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  14. 1 hour ago, shadowmoon said:

    Has anyone noticed food shortages/empty shelves yet in supermarkets?

    I have heard it discussed, but I only try to go once a month now as is so annoying.

    I shop online and get delivery because I am a lazy bastard 😆

    On the Tesco's website there are lots of items not in stock. Those aren't just seasonal produce, but toothpaste etc. Meanwhile Morrisons has them, but is missing other stuff Tesco's stock. So it's hard to tell if there are shortages or not as I haven't been in a store for a very long time, not just because of Covid but....because I am a lazy bastard.

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  15. On 6/22/2021 at 3:09 AM, New_Change said:

    Our story:

    My daughter is 30yrs old, her father who lived with us, got the 1st jab..... 

    He was 60yrs old & was dealing with advanced colon cancer with spread to the liver.

    he received the Astrazeneca [Oxford]


    my daughter's next menstrual cycle was early, not her usual or 'normal' for her. 

    Her next period was also early.... 


    Her father passed on 16th June from his metastasized cancer

    I am in my menopausal phase... no obvious different changes for me during this time


    Non of us felt any obvious 'cold/ flu' type symptoms 


    We all live/d in the same home, bungalow


    Hope this adds to the data pool, to help us all understand how these experimental 'death' jabs are effecting our lives.


    Life & death decisions happening.



    My deepest condolences for your recent loss. He really is in a better place now. That is not just a turn of phrase.

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