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This is an important post as we need to get the word out and the message across to the government about the horrors that we as a nation have experienced due to their “policies”.

 

The Covid 19 Public enquiry is asking for people to come forward and “share their experiences” of what has happened in the last 2½  years and we need let them know the full horror of what has gone on.

 

The website is here:

https://covid19.public-inquiry.uk/share-your-experience/

 

and the form is here:

https://share.covid19.public-inquiry.uk/s/your-experience/

 

I urge you to contribute and if you do by carefully composing your responses “offline” and then pasting them into the browser web form  - we need them to know what they have done to us, either knowingly or otherwise.

 

Please contribute to the relevant sections only, be it death, injury, mental trauma, discrimination, police harassment, whatever - but we need them to know  the scale of what they inflicted on us since March 2020 and this is probably our best opportunity to do it.

 

I’ve included the form contents here so that people can browse through first and then think about responding  to the relevant sections – please contribute if you can as our voice needs to be heard.

 

Response Form Contents:

 

Covid19 Public Enquiry UK

What would you like to tell us about?

Please select all topics that best describe what happened, or what is happening. This does not have to be exact, you can select any that apply.

·         Care, for example, care homes or social care

·         Community, for example, neighbours or places of worship

·         Having Covid-19

·         Mental health, for example, feeling sad, angry, anxious or stressed

·         The NHS (and any other health services), for example, GP surgeries

·         Everyday life, for example, holidays, going out, shopping or sports

·         Jobs, finances, or business, including furlough

·         General wellbeing, for example, living with long Covid

·         Families, including relationships, children, and older relatives

·         Education, for example, school or university

·         Official information, for example, advice on isolating at home

·         Covid testing and vaccinations

·         Unfair treatment, for example, inequality, discrimination or harassment

·         Losing someone because of Covid-19

·         Something positive that you experienced

 

 

About your experiences

Please do not enter any information that could identify you or people known to you, like names, addresses, and phone numbers. The text boxes can accept up to around 5,000 words.

 

Tell us about your experiences (Required).

This can be a past experience, something that’s still happening, or both.

 

 

Tell us about the effect on you and people around you (Optional).

People around you might be your friends, family, or work colleagues.

 

 

Tell us what you think could be learned (Optional).

What could have been done better, or differently? Was something done well?

 

Where did it happen? (Optional)

Please select all that apply.

·                     East Midlands

·                     East of England

·                     Greater London

·                     North East England

·                     North West England

·                     Northern Ireland

·                     Scotland

·                     South East England

·                     South West England

·                     Wales

·                     West Midlands

 

 

When did it happen? (Optional)

Which month did your experience start?Optional. This does not have to be exact.

Select:JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

Which year did your experience start?Optional. This does not have to be exact.

Select:2019202020212022

Which month did your experience end?

Optional. This does not have to be exact.If you're still experiencing effects please leave the end date blank.

Select:JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

Which year did your experience end?

Optional. This does not have to be exact.If you're still experiencing effects please leave the end date blank.

Select:2019202020212022

 

If you want to go back you can use the back button at the bottom of the page. Please do not use the back button on your web browser.

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I don't know about this inquiry.

Just look at the team and read their track record e.g. 7/7, Westminster, Child sex abuse, Litvinenko

This is clearly set up by the CO to collect data so that when they lauch No.2 Scandemic, they've got it covered.

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Excellent post by Laura Dodsworth in the Daily Sceptic ...

 

COVID-19 Inquiry Shows its Hand by Requiring Covid Tests

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Laura Dodsworth is the author of the Sunday Times bestseller A State of Fear: how the U.K. Government weaponised fear during the COVID-19 pandemic. This article first appeared on her excellent Substack page, which is well worth subscribing to.
 

The first COVID-19 inquiry public hearing will be held today, following the preliminary hearings which began in February. The inquiry will call witnesses to give evidence under oath and they will then be questioned by barristers and the chair, Baroness Hallett.

 

There is no deadline for the inquiry’s conclusion. It is an eye-wateringly expensive investigation, currently estimated to cost £114 million, but it will potentially run to more than the Bloody Sunday inquiry which was nearly £200 million. Sixty-three lawyers are working directly for the inquiry and a further 100 are named as representatives. MP Graham Stringer has commented that this is a “very expensive and very bloated” inquiry and it may be used to “kick things into [the] very long grass”.

 

It is important not to pre-judge the outcome of the inquiry, but it has been increasingly difficult to be hopeful for the inquiry’s fairness and value for money. After the imbalance of the modules and core participants, the first serious dark cloud to descend was the lamentable list of 150 questions put by Baroness Hallett to Boris Johnson. Now, they are only questions and we don’t have the answers yet, but to give you an idea, question 45 was particularly chilling:

45. To what extent did the U.K. Government have regard during the period January to March 2020 to the response of other countries to COVID-19? Did you consider taking more stringent measures in response to COVID-19 such as those seen in, for example, Taiwan, Singapore, New Zealand etc.? What, if any, assumptions were made about how such measures would (or would not) work in the U.K.?

Why not Sweden? It did not impose strict lockdowns or close schools for under 16s and currently has the one of the world’s lowest excess mortality figures. This inquiry appears to favour stringency above existing pandemic planning, minimum economic and social disruption and low excess deaths.

 

But there was worse to come. If you thought that the curtain had closed on Covid safety pantomime, think again. Broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer has tweeted that the COVID-19 inquiry policy is for staff and visitors to take weekly lateral flow tests if they attend daily, and test in advance for individual days. The inquiry’s Covid policy goes further than Government recommendations, asking those who test positive to stay away. The largely pointless face masks are welcome. The air will be purified, sanitising stations available and a “disinfectant fogging treatment will be used on the surfaces in the hearing room, viewing room and other rooms each evening”.

 

While some of the attendees who have lost loved ones to Covid may appreciate these gestures, they are nevertheless gestures. The Post Office Horizon IT Inquiry, for instance, does not publish such a “thorough” Covid policy.

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Psychologists found lockdown in itself was a primary reason why so many people were willing to abide by the rules from the start – believing the threat must be very severe if the Government was willing to impose such drastic measures. In other words, “if the Government is doing this, it must be really bad”. This supposition was reinforced by a concerted behavioural psychology campaign, a blitzkrieg of advertising, Downing Street briefings, unbalanced media coverage, the Covid death data dashboard, the most punitive laws and fines since the Dark Ages and the ongoing restrictions, tiers, rules and isolating lockdowns.

 

And now the people running the inquiry think we need more lateral flow tests and masks. The country has been institutionalised by Covid fearmongering and the inmates are now running the asylum inquiry.

 

After dressing up in masks, taking weekly lateral flow tests for years and processing the answers to biased questions, the inmates at the inquiry will simply deduce that the walls were not built early or high enough. Next time there is a pandemic, people will be able to say “Baroness Hallett’s report stated that the U.K. Government didn’t lock down fast – or hard – enough. We won’t make that mistake again!” There will be no redemption, just a long, hard sentence, swiftly imposed. Once again, lives will be ruined, not saved.

 

It would be better to have no inquiry than this inquiry.

These walls are funny. First you hate ’em, then you get used to ’em. Nuff time passes, you get so you depend on ’em. That’s institutionalised.’

From The Shawshank Redemption
 
 
 
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That whole Boris-rushed-to-hospital and his near-death experience was a total sham. He was whisked away to be told he had to go along with the CV19 fraud and start implementing the restrictions, or he'd be out. The man was never the same after that, like he'd seen a ghost. And it wasn't the spectre of "Covid".

 

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On 6/21/2023 at 12:20 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

That whole Boris-rushed-to-hospital and his near-death experience was a total sham. He was whisked away to be told he had to go along with the CV19 fraud and start implementing the restrictions, or he'd be out. The man was never the same after that, like he'd seen a ghost. And it wasn't the spectre of "Covid".

 

Can an existing thread on the topic of the 'Covid' Inquiry, or perhaps a new thread, be stickyed? By the time this Inquiry concludes, then some of us will probably be deceased, from natural causes. 😀 

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