Nathan Oakley Posted November 15, 2021 Share Posted November 15, 2021 7 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said: Yes, same as the Daily Mail video afaik Strange they chose this hospital? I initially thought it could be a false flag blamed on anti vaxxers before they said who the "terrorists" were. So I suppose it's back to the "war on terror" theme. https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/liverpool-hospital-chosen-nationwide-covid-21213031 Liverpool hospital chosen for nationwide Covid vaccine trial for pregnant women 22 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said: I’ve just been having a look through some local news reports on this, aside from the usual guff about politicians & celebrities “praising” the taxi driver there’s some interesting comment about the hospital making “visiting access restricted until further notice”... I’m trying to think of the bigger picture here, particularly the online harms bill the government is so desperate to get through. This “incident” serves this agenda on a number of fronts as follows: Terrorist incident – blame the muslims – radicalisation via online material – perfect excuse to further regulate the internet. Bomb goes off outside hospital – an excuse to put security or military on all hospital entrances – restricted access also keeps an inquisitive public away from finding out what is really going on in hospitals right now – particularly with regard to vaccine adverse reactions and injuries. Further division of society by pushing the terrorist agenda – more importantly the DOMESTIC terrorist agenda. Further psychological manipulation of the public by pushing the fear agenda downa different path... as they attempt to push covid away from the main headlines it’s time to bring new and existing bogeymen into the fore to keep people afraid. Just some random thoughts here which may or may not be plausible.... The hospital was not the first target. TRAFFIC caused him to tell the driver to take him to the hospital. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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