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Looks like they will be giving 3 Vaccines a year, they are talking about the South African Variant vaccine that will be available to the public when it arrives , it's all been planned , bullshit story about the South African Variant so they can say oh look we have a vaccine for that and then there will be the South American Variant another vaccine and then the Asian Variant another vaccine , on and on and on and on and the people will still line up for the vaccines like cattle waiting at the slaughter house.

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5 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Personally what I think will happen with the vaccines in this country is that you'll get lots of pressures on companies making employees get the vaccine - rather than the government actually enforcing it or coming round your house to jab you. Also pressure on the airlines.

 

as i said early on in this thread, what they'll do is apply pressure eg no jab, no job or as in australia children won't be able to go to state schools unless injected. Also the introduction of vaccine passports will limit travel to those who refuse.

 

This will whittle the unvaccinated down to a  minority and the corporate media will wage a psyop to demonise the unvaccinated in the eyes of the rest of the public. They will call them 'selfish' and a 'danger to public health' and once they have swayed public opinion against the stubborn minority that is when the state will take the velvet glove off to reveal the mailed fist underneath and that is when they will make it mandatory and start force vaccinating because at that point they will be assured of the passivity of the wider public who have already received their injection and been brainwashed

 

I think velma or mitochondrial eve posted something earlier in the thread about the ten stages of genocide and how we are all now going through that process. very instructive

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4 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

They're an easy target made even weaker by their hierarchies acceptance of child rape. People have lost all trust. Also, anything "western" "liberal" has been slated. Its been obvious for quite some time as to the infiltration of our culture and subversion of our values.

 

People are too frightened to ridicule Muslims due to 9/11 and, granted, fear of having your head barbarically cut off in the street and inciting their male-dominated culture of violent hysteria. (I believe  terrorist attacks are false-flags but there's no denying they tend to go ape-shit over the slightest perceived infraction.)

 

And as for the Jews? Am I anti-Semitic for even writing that word or for writing in code that they hold the reigns of power through, shall I euphemise and call them "lobby groups".

 

Hindus/Buddhists etc seem to get a free pass due to them not being Abrahamic - or the lay man doesn't know jack about them.

 

 

You shouldn't confuse the catholic organised church with christianity. Christ's teachings and the catholic church have little in common. 

 

People can say what they want about Christian's because for the most part Christians dont care but moreover because society likes to make mockery of truth 

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4 minutes ago, Mr H said:

One good thing is the big refusal of the BAME community to take the vax. Because that's one part of society in the current BLM climate that, isn't so easy to go after and to attack!  

 

well the cabal are using them to replace the white population so i don't think the cabal will be too worried about them just now. The main thing is to deal with whitey then they can turn their attention on the BAME community

 

I personally believe that all those ebola labs in africa were working on bioweapons that can target ethnicities...gene-weapons

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7 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

Totally, it's been right in front of our faces from the beginning..yet only visible to some.

 

Yeah, it's going to get messy. I had a dream years ago predicting my demise and it's stuck with me since. 

Seems to be getting more real each day. 

I am at the stage of...what's the point anymore. 

I know it's not going to get better any time so. I feel my end is here already and I'm starting to accept it..as hard as it's become.

I feel the same, as everyday goes by seems like I'm travelling a path in one direction whereas the great mass of people are heading in an opposite way...too much time and distance has passed for us to meet up again. The destination is the same for both groups however, but for me it won't be a shock.

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22 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

That's the problem. They say merging, but it's just a bunch of corporations and oligarchs plundering nations. Governments should do more to keep corporations in check. Seems pretty one-sided for a supposed merger

 

well think about where the trans-national corporation was born. the first trans-national corporation was the knights templar who were kabbalist-crypto-jews

 

It's their sabbatean network that controls all the mega-corporation today eg 'wall street', big pharma, big finance, big agra, big media, weapons manufacturing, big oil, illegal drugs etc

 

Dean hendersons book 'big oil and their bankers in the persian gulf' follows the money and explores all the business links and the people behind them. It really is a network of people behind it all

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4 minutes ago, Outsider said:

I feel the same, as everyday goes by seems like I'm travelling a path in one direction whereas the great mass of people are heading in an opposite way...too much time and distance has passed for us to meet up again. The destination is the same for both groups however, but for me it won't be a shock.

 

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4 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

Dean hendersons book 'big oil and their bankers in the persian gulf' follows the money and explores all the business links and the people behind them. It really is a network of people behind it all

 

Out of reacts.

 

Sounds like an interesting read. Added to my reading list. Cheers.

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2 hours ago, Thewoodsman said:

You shouldn't confuse the catholic organised church with christianity. Christ's teachings and the catholic church have little in common. 

 

People can say what they want about Christian's because for the most part Christians dont care but moreover because society likes to make mockery of truth 

 

It's true that Christs' teachings bare no resemblance to the modern day power structures which evoke His name. I meant no offense.

 

I wasn't targeting Christianity specifically with accusations of covering up child rape - that's endemic of all power structures - however in the western world it's been far more publicly discussed (the Church structure being part a major pillar of the western world and all.)

As such the ongoing scandal, along side other corruptions, have tared it and caused the lay man to hold derogatory views of all denominations of that particular faith. 

 

I wasn't picking on that faith, I was just outlining it as one of the reasons why its ridiculed, is all.

Fear of Muslim barbarity being common held derogatory view of Islam that people rather call PC culture.

And fear of being called anti-Semitic for appropriately calling out historical truths.

 

Both those two faiths have an insidious child rape record too, but again, people are too frightened to call that out with those branches of Abrahams family. Christianity has been particularly targeted as part of the ongoing subversion and destruction of the West in general.

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25 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

Totally, it's been right in front of our faces from the beginning..yet only visible to some.

 

Yeah, it's going to get messy. I had a dream years ago predicting my demise and it's stuck with me since. 

Seems to be getting more real each day. 

I am at the stage of...what's the point anymore. 

I know it's not going to get better any time so. I feel my end is here already and I'm starting to accept it..as hard as it's become.

I've always been a loner, (and been happy with that) but have never felt as utterly lonely and detached  as I do now. Quite difficult to lift yourself out of that dark place at the moment.

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38 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

Totally, it's been right in front of our faces from the beginning..yet only visible to some.

 

Yeah, it's going to get messy. I had a dream years ago predicting my demise and it's stuck with me since. 

Seems to be getting more real each day. 

I am at the stage of...what's the point anymore. 

I know it's not going to get better any time so. I feel my end is here already and I'm starting to accept it..as hard as it's become.

 

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Anyone remember the Tanzanian President who sent samples from a goat and a papaya to the WHO and both came back positive for CV? Well Bill and Melinda certainly do. They have paid for a hit job on him in the form of an op-ed piece in the Guardian. Check this out. Oh, and by the way, Bill Gates's worth is about twice that of the GDP of Tanzania.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/feb/08/its-time-for-africa-to-rein-in-tanzanias-anti-vaxxer-president

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8 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Anyone remember the Tanzanian President who sent samples from a goat and a papaya to the WHO and both came back positive for CV? Well Bill and Melinda certainly do. They have paid for a hit job on him in the form of an op-ed piece in the Guardian. Check this out. Oh, and by the way, Bill Gates's worth is about twice that of the GDP of Tanzania.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/feb/08/its-time-for-africa-to-rein-in-tanzanias-anti-vaxxer-president

Logo right at the top of the article too. Aren’t those lot supposed to be intelligent?  

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So where did this virus originate? Was it in bat soup, or a lab, in China, in the USA? Is it man-made? Who is asking the questions? Well maybe Dr. Steven Quay has the answers. Check out this short interview on Houston's Fox affiliate. What he says - and this man has more credentials that the WHO and CDC put together - is very interesting:

 

https://drquay.com/dr-quay-speaks-with-fox-news-about-origin-of-covid-19/

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9 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Anyone remember the Tanzanian President who sent samples from a goat and a papaya to the WHO and both came back positive for CV? Well Bill and Melinda certainly do. They have paid for a hit job on him in the form of an op-ed piece in the Guardian. Check this out. Oh, and by the way, Bill Gates's worth is about twice that of the GDP of Tanzania.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/feb/08/its-time-for-africa-to-rein-in-tanzanias-anti-vaxxer-president

As 2021 unfolds ...

… we have a small favour to ask. You’ve read 1688 articles in the last year. And you’re not alone; through these turbulent and challenging times, millions rely on the Guardian for independent journalism that stands for truth and integrity. Readers chose to support us financially more than 1.5 million times in 2020, joining existing supporters in 180 countries.

 

 

For 2021, we commit to another year of high-impact reporting that can counter misinformation and offer an authoritative, trustworthy source of news for everyone. With no shareholders or billionaire owner, we set our own agenda and provide truth-seeking journalism that’s free from commercial and political influence. When it’s never mattered more, we can investigate and challenge without fear or favour. 

 

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43 minutes ago, Thewoodsman said:

You shouldn't confuse the catholic organised church with christianity. Christ's teachings and the catholic church have little in common. 

 

People can say what they want about Christian's because for the most part Christians dont care but moreover because society likes to make mockery of truth 

 

out of likes👍 This is so true Thewoodsman, The Vatican is the whore of

Babylon.

 

Revelation 17:5 

A mysterious name was written on her forehead: “Babylon the Great, Mother of All Prostitutes and Obscenities in the World.”

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6 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Anyone remember the Tanzanian President who sent samples from a goat and a papaya to the WHO and both came back positive for CV? Well Bill and Melinda certainly do. They have paid for a hit job on him in the form of an op-ed piece in the Guardian. Check this out. Oh, and by the way, Bill Gates's worth is about twice that of the GDP of Tanzania.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/feb/08/its-time-for-africa-to-rein-in-tanzanias-anti-vaxxer-president

 

Was always going to happen.

 

It's amazing how that one "journalist's" opinion, fits in with the globalist agenda. A supposed "freelance" writer calling for Africa to "rein in" the Tanzanian President, using all the usual agenda words like "anti vaxxer" and "conspiracies" etc. That article is the words of the cabal. 

Newspapers aren't even fit to wipe your arse on.

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1 minute ago, Outsider said:

As 2021 unfolds ...

… we have a small favour to ask. You’ve read 1688 articles in the last year. And you’re not alone; through these turbulent and challenging times, millions rely on the Guardian for independent journalism that stands for truth and integrity. Readers chose to support us financially more than 1.5 million times in 2020, joining existing supporters in 180 countries.

 

 

For 2021, we commit to another year of high-impact reporting that can counter misinformation and offer an authoritative, trustworthy source of news for everyone. With no shareholders or billionaire owner, we set our own agenda and provide truth-seeking journalism that’s free from commercial and political influence. When it’s never mattered more, we can investigate and challenge without fear or favour. 

 

 

1688 articles in a year? I didn't know it was that many or they were tracking me like that. I do the crossword every morning and read the football, cricket, news, and cooking pages.

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Sounds like the government employed a homicidal maniac to manage their nightingale hospital psyop which was all about creating a perception of a deadly virus that was going to require massive overspill hospitals and then that homicidal maniac went crazy and killed his parents and attacked a cop

 

At the end of the article it says that despite all of this the police did not interview him! Instead he was given a psychiatric evaluation and has been let off for murder on an insanity plea! So it very much sounds like the system has protected their guy...these are the kind of people behind this whole thing...

 

maybe they'll let this blow over then give him a promotion to get him running the vaccination roll out so that he can put his particular talents to use against the wider british public

'Stressed' London Nightingale hospital project manager, 43, who battered his mother and stepfather is found not guilty of attempted murder due to insanity

  • James Wells, 43, was working as a project manager for the Nightingale hospital
  • He was accused of attacking his mother, 70, and her husband Adrian Holford, 75
  • The jury spent five hours deliberating but found him not guilty due to insanity 

By Matt Drake For Mailonline

Published: 20:49, 8 February 2021 | Updated: 22:03, 8 February 2021

A project manager working on London's Nightingale hospital who went 'berserk' and tried to kill his mother and stepfather has been found not guilty by reason of insanity.

James Wells, 43, of Lee-on-the-Solent, Hampshire, was working as a project manager at London's Nightingale hospital at the ExCel centre at the time of the incident.

He stood trial at Bristol Crown Court accused of attacking his mother Linda Holford, 70, and her husband Adrian Holford, 75, at their home on March 30 last year.

Jurors heard Wells had become stressed at work and was driven to the couple's home in Shalbourne, near Marlborough, Wiltshire, by a colleague.

He was said to have used fireplace tools at the detached property, as well as a pewter tankard, to bludgeon the couple hours after arriving.

Wells pleaded not guilty to two charges of attempted murder and a charge of assaulting a police officer by reason of insanity.

He was never interviewed by police about what happened, following psychiatric assessments, jurors were told.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9238005/Project-manager-43-killed-mother-stepfather-not-guilty-murder-insanity.html

 

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4 minutes ago, Outsider said:

As 2021 unfolds ...

… we have a small favour to ask. You’ve read 1688 articles in the last year. And you’re not alone; through these turbulent and challenging times, millions rely on the Guardian for independent journalism that stands for truth and integrity. Readers chose to support us financially more than 1.5 million times in 2020, joining existing supporters in 180 countries.

 

 

For 2021, we commit to another year of high-impact reporting that can counter misinformation and offer an authoritative, trustworthy source of news for everyone. With no shareholders or billionaire owner, we set our own agenda and provide truth-seeking journalism that’s free from commercial and political influence. When it’s never mattered more, we can investigate and challenge without fear or favour. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Outsider said:

As 2021 unfolds ...

… we have a small favour to ask. You’ve read 1688 articles in the last year. And you’re not alone; through these turbulent and challenging times, millions rely on the Guardian for independent journalism that stands for truth and integrity. Readers chose to support us financially more than 1.5 million times in 2020, joining existing supporters in 180 countries.

 

 

For 2021, we commit to another year of high-impact reporting that can counter misinformation and offer an authoritative, trustworthy source of news for everyone. With no shareholders or billionaire owner, we set our own agenda and provide truth-seeking journalism that’s free from commercial and political influence. When it’s never mattered more, we can investigate and challenge without fear or favour. 

 

 

  "through these turbulent and challenging times, millions rely on the Guardian for independent    

    journalism that stands for truth and integrity"

 

Just spat tea all over my keyboard.

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1 minute ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

  "through these turbulent and challenging times, millions rely on the Guardian for independent    

    journalism that stands for truth and integrity"

 

Just spat tea all over my keyboard.

With no shareholders or billionaire owner,

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