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  1. 18 hours ago, wazaaap said:

    I did hear there was a loophole in the system, book your appointment and don't show, keep doing this till they call you. When they call get histerical and tell them you did turn up the first time and can't understand why you are still being harassed and don't want the first jab again. Tell them the person who gave you it did seem confused about the process so they must have not updated my record on the computer or something. They will then do it manually for you.


    I can't help liking that. I'll get my Meghan Markle drama side out and work it and am willing to try that. :D

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  2. 'Faucet' says Americans will need booster shots within a year or so.

    ....and  then some....and then  some.... I presume.


    Just as I thought. They will never let us go. Where America makes statements Boris et al won't be far behind.



    Pity them chained to the medical system and to "phone apps" for the rest of their symptom-and-fear-filled lives. Even when many of them were fit and well before, and probably would remain so without this interference.


    Er.....has no-one heard of T-cell immunity (after infection anyway)? Apparently not. Covid after all is a lot worse and uncontrollable  than  we estimated, and a lot more scary than anything the world has ever seen (rhetorical statement)


    No, we need those clever people who will tell our bodies what to do, and put whatever they like into them, meanwhile making billions.
    "Science" knows best .


    What is it about Fauci? Why does he have this "Dr Mengele" look in his cold eyes?
    Oops sorry mods, hope that isn't "defamation of character". Let me know if it is, and I will re-phrase.

  3. I've never understood why mutilating a child's body part has any benefits. Or what that has to do with "God and our relationship with Him." God would be baffled.

    Except for medical reasons, which can happen sometimes.


    And female circumcison is sheer diabolical. Its goal is to make sure the woman gets no pleasure from sex.

    Whoever dreamed this stuff up??

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  4. 5 hours ago, Hawkwood said:

    This is unacceptable.This is unacceptable. Imagine living in a country where government is thinking about saving money from pension payments of people who died because of covid. This is not correct, they should at least reinvest this money in older people, who are retired and are still alive, they need this support more than ever. My financial advisor from https://www.hensoncrisp.com/retirement-pensions/ also told me this information, and I was shocked when I heard about it. Things shouldn't be like this in our country.


    But wherever did we get the notion that governments actually care about the people?? They are not our mamas and daddys.

    Show me the money!!! That should be their manifesto.

    They haven't managed to get my pension....yet. Yippee!  And I already had this "Covid" and made it back to tell the tale.

    But anything can happen and probably will. Meanwhile I am spending it.

  5. This guy is driving by in his van and stops to chat . I know him a bit. Ask "how's the wife?" all that usual stuff.

    He starts about vaccines. Had his...."have you had yours?"

    "Uh-huh" I said. "Both shots?" "Oh yeah."


    It's so easy. Subject over.  A nod, and subject changed immediately.

    Do I need to grow a pair? Or is it easier this way?

    I don't usually tell lies.


    "Does my bum look fat in this?"

    "Nope. You look great"....that's as far as I usually go.


    Go on -hit me with it. I need to grow a pair.....

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  6. It's interesting what Prometheus says. There aren't any minerals in distilled water. I don 't know about tap water's analysis, and yes it also contains crap, but genuine Spring water contains some electrolytes. Drinking distilled can actually flush out electrolytes from the body which can cause ill-effects over a period of time.

  7. I have had spiritual lessons from my dog who has passed across to new territory now, in Spirit. That dog showed me stuff after her "death" which removed my fear of death and which was love and pure joy.

    She also taught me emotional discipline while she lived. In a very graceful gentle sensible way.

    Forget gurus, and religious doctrine. Get a good dog and attune to what they have in their Souls.

    Good post!

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  8. On 5/11/2021 at 3:26 AM, hueman.being19 said:

    Retirement afforded me the time It took to research enough deceptions to wake up to reality. I woke up in 2016. Only took me 55 years!

    I think I only started waking up about two years ago, Then really woke up last year when all the crazy stuff began to make no sense at all!

  9. 1 hour ago, TwopackShugar said:

    well i dont see them making it mandatory just yet, more and more coercion to get more people vaccinated. However wasnt there somesort of law inacted after 9/11 (maybe just in america) which allows the government to bypass all of these things and the constitution to vaccinate and house arrest. cant remember where i heard that must have been a podcast... 

    This is exactly what I was thinking. Law means nothing. Even the Constitution can be changed  by a whim and a fancy any time anyone likes. It's all completely meaningless.


    In Britain law is the same. All it needs is a bill in the Houses of Parliament and a majority vote, and bob's your uncle, law changed to whatever they want it to be at any time they like. And a "crisis" ....something like Covid....pandemic....well, they make new gov't departments for that, and new rules any time.
    They have an excuse. It's a "crisis", after all. Even well established really old laws can be changed when there's a Crisis situation

    Without a public vote (us) The first we hear of it, it's already been passed and we get it on the news.
    It's happening everywhere. Law means basically nothing.


    Lord, I am sick of this place. Happy to leave, any time.

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  10. On 5/7/2021 at 7:47 PM, theanonymousbear said:

    I don't know Crow...I think that would be pretty cool! LOL

    You know, it would. Can you imagine going to get half a dozen eggs and a four-pack of lager in  Tesco's dressed like that?

  11. There is nothing like constant  fear (of health, livelihood. family welfare) and severe social restrictions, to have an effect on emotional and mental wellbeing.


    Humans need hope, need hugs, to visit friends, to freely visit "vulnerable" older family members, care for them, need to wake up in the morning without a dark cloud hanging over them (however subliminal that cloud may be.)


    Without that sense of well-being, it's hard to focus and be most creative and productive, and use more brain functions. There is always some form of ominious distraction humming away in the background which cripples the  natural mind, and even spreads into dreams.


    Even though daily walks were never restricted during Lockdown, many people didn't take them, and stayed cooped up inside instead for months.


    I know a lady in her 80's who has not stepped outside her front door since March 2020 "because she was ordered not to". She believed it was forbidden for over 70's and toed the line 100%.
    I told her she could go out, Over 70's here do. At least to go out in her garden....but nope. Sadly, she thought she'd be arrested if she went out....and now not going out has become the norm. So she has rapidly become housebound, and I don't think she will ever come back from that now.
    She has also started getting slightly confused, and she had the sharpest mind before this
    I can't imagine what her vitamin D levels must be. That's another thing that doesn't help anyone.

    Lack of fresh air, sunshine, exercise, are bound to affect brain function.

    I don't listen to any of that crap, never did, and do my own thing come rain or shine. I walk where I like when I like.

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  12. 1 minute ago, Scogan said:

    One more thing for thought.   You ever notice how physically weak scientists are?  I mean physically weak.

    Possibly it's because they live in their heads all the time and don't give their bodies  enough attention, or get grounded often enough. Most of them wear glasses too.

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  13. On 5/5/2021 at 5:08 PM, Mikheil said:

    Lack of oxygen is called Hypoxia and causes the death of brain cells due to oxygen deprivation. Every time you wear your mask /muzzle, you are effectively killing your brain. So you should be singing "Welcome dementia", because that is EXACTLY what is going to happen.


    Even if you survive "The Jab" and wear your face diaper like a good little sheeple. You will be able to join millions of others, just wandering around helplessly, not remembering WHAT they are, let alone WHO they are

    So true. Any time we cut down our oxygen intake has to be detrimental to us, and the brain will suffer.


    I went to the little village shop to buy eggs. Face diapers necessary, or NO eggs. Okay, not a big deal. I put on my silly blue mask, got my eggs, and got out of there, dumped my mask in the car and took off for a walk in fields by the river.

    (The horrible thing about masks is no one can tell if you're smiling any more.....)


    So I think the best thing we can do, even if having worn a mask for a few minutes, is get out for a good walk in the fresh air, deep breathe. Forget the crap. Earth ourselves, smell the flowers, cow shit or whatever. Get real again.

  14. I have no idea what number my IQ is. I once (10 years or more ago) did a test at 6am when I'd only had 3 hrs of sleep and was told I had a "low average IQ".

    I never bothered to do it again. I didn't even understand the questions and what they wanted from me.

    So I am probably dumb to start with.


    But yes, I have noticed a self preservation/survival instinct coming to the fore in the past year, and whatever isn't essential for that, goes out the window. Particularly relating to emotional. and integrity survival, as I instinctively feel those are under threat, and without those two things we are automatically toast.


    Yet at the same time I have been learning so much so quickly, and researching like never before.

  15. I definitely agree that people have an amazing ability to adapt quickly, which is not always in their favour. Delusional leaders, Kings, politicians etc, could easily sway the people to accept the unacceptable and no longer question the delusions.....simply because those had become accepted behaviour.

  16. 4 hours ago, Scogan said:

    They never had annual problems with flu in the 1700s and 1800s.  That is quite remarkable during a period when medical treatment for influenza was almost non-existent.  Since 1918 there have been four flu pandemics.  

    Thst's very interesting @Scogan I had never thought to take a look at those statistics.

    I have never had a flu vaccine either.


    Plus....has anyone noticed that over the years, colds are different, and some of them linger a long time, and can feel more like a mild flu? I remember an old fashioned cold which wasn't more than a few shivers with sneezes and runny nose, and gone in a few days.

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  17. 21 hours ago, Ethel said:

    Faith has to come into the equation sooner or later; faith in God, the human body, the mind. Our bodies are miracles of nature, they can overcome quite a lot. 


    We don't need apartheid, we don't need more division, we don't need to avoid people, and avoid hugging the people in our lives. I come from a very cold and unloving family and I can tell you that lack of closeness does not a pleasant life maketh. 

    It's true. Our bodies are extremely intelligent and know what to do to preserve life and heal naturally. Sometimes that means "symptoms" which is no fun while it's happening, but of we don 't freak out, and support the process with soothing herbs, sleep, hydration, rest etc, we come through okay.

    It's when we get overloaded with substances/Pharma drugs that the natural balance is lost or distorted.


    Whatever this thing is....Covid or bad flu, I don't know, that is what I did when I had it.  It wasn't even such a terrifying experience. A little bit scary a couple of times, I admit but that's just because I'm a wuss. The body did the job. And my body isn't even tip-top, and I'm old.


    I am sorry you knew such coldness from your family. Kindest thoughts sent to you.  That must have hurt badly.

    My family were not so bad. Most have died now. But I knew a lot of emotional coldness from elsewhere.

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  18. 21 hours ago, Ethel said:

    This idea I have encountered a few times, the idea of 'shedding', and that those who have had this Covid vaccine are 'dangerous':


    This seems fear-based, in the same way that the vaccinated people's beliefs are fear-based. If the idea is that we, the unvaccinated should "stay away" from them, or they might 'infect' us with something, then I'm sure you see the problem.



    I honestly don 't know if this is relevant or not, but I have been in pretty close contact with someone who was fully vaccinated a few weeks ago, neither of us wore masks, and I didn't catch anything that I am aware of. I have  my own health issues, but there has been nothing Covid-like.

    I think it's all about an added dimension to the whole fear thing. Keep us afraid and we will welcome all sorts.


    However.....I don't trust either the vaccine, or what might happen yet as a result of it,

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  19. 1 hour ago, Mr H said:

    More nonsense...... people admitted into hospital with covid after having a jab to stop them from getting covid. Couldn't make this shit up....sorry you probably can!



    The whole thing makes no sense whatsoever. As far as I know, this didn't happen with the smallpox vaccination (?)

    The Covid vaccine is a complete farce.

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  20. 1 hour ago, chud said:

    Ozone (O₃) is a colorless to blue gas with a pungent odor. Exposure to ozone may cause headaches, coughing, dry throat, shortness of breath, a heavy feeling in chest,  and fluid in the lungs. Higher levels of exposure can lead to more severe symptoms. Chronic exposure may lead to asthma.

    That's interesting because it describes the symptoms I had which came on suddenly (i.e. I was fine in the morning and even collected firewood on a 2 mile walk. By 3pm I got all the above like being hit by a truck,  and by 6pm I thought I might be leaving this world.)

    But I didn't smell anything unusual that day, as the smell of ozone is described. (thinking possible chemtrails.)

  21. On 5/2/2021 at 12:32 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

    This is the thing, prior to this 'pandemic', I never heard of anyone being 'tested' for the flu.

    No, neither have I.

  22. From the above...
    "When that happens, restaurants, movie theaters, gyms, barbers, airlines and Ubers should require proof of vaccination before providing their services."


    "Businesses should make vaccination a requirement for employment."


    "People should require friends to be vaccinated to attend the barbecues and birthday parties they host. Friends don’t let friends spread the coronavirus."


    What people with these numbskull ideas seem to have forgotten is even the vaccinated can spread Covid. A vaccination does not prevent Covid infection  (according to the jargon anyway)
    Their vaccines are only a percentage effective. What's the average? I think between 65 and 80%? None are 100%.

    They call those who don't want the vax "unscientific" har bloody har.

    Numerous accounts of people who got Covid even though they got vaxxed

    Oh wait....was that Covid? Or was it body freaking out about DNA alteration in the "vaccine"?

    I see an apartheid on its way.

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  23. I honestly didn't get anything from being in fairly close contact with someone who'd had the vaccine either. I kind of expected to, but no.

    Like I said once, I'm the sort of person who will definitely catch a cold for instance, if I'm near someone for a while who has it.


    That doesn't mean there would be nothing -for everyone -from the vaxxed, however, just my own experience recently.


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