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16 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

I feel that they've outsourced this to AI. We've been teaching it how to be human through FB and the interwebs for over a decade now... I recall years ago FB launched a "fun tool" to age your pics - everyone was doing it to their profile face pics for shits and giggles. At the time I knew, without knowing full well as I do now, that there was something sinister about it.... and now AI can predict what we will look like in the future. There will be no hiding from Robocop come terminator.  It's lightyears ahead of what we can even perceive it capable of doing... I'm sure it can/will predict the future and its told "them" its not too good hence the added hysteria as if they're loosing control of the narrative since Xmas time.

 

Humans are notoriously unpredictable.. hopefully it's our saving grace. God know we need one about now...  I say that in full awareness that in 6 months to a years time we will really need one....about then...😖

Excellent points to consider. Call me a skeptic but I'm not sold on the AI to cabal bonding. I think the cabal are clumsily trying to enlist AI to translate their primitive mindset into a complex model of human efficiency. World experts in cybersecurity and quality of code have lamented the shortcomings of this cabalistic run AI. AI has no patience for chaos. If the cabal lose control to AI the new robotic leader will dispose of the cabal like the infection they are. AI will tend towards corrections ressembling the AI said to be managing our material construct. Loves stability. Loves predictable outcomes.

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The times have changed so much. As a kid the cop that lived near us would let me shoot his pistol in the back hills behind his house. Now if I am caught with a .22 cal bullet in my pocket I will be fingerprinted, swabbed, injected, isolated possibly die on a weaponized ventilator at the hands of some covid ghoul. For one lousy bullet my body parts are auctionned off and I go on living in 12 different countries. Fattening the graverobbing ghoul of old that got the 2021 upgrade. A sort of covid conveyor belt feeding flesh merchants at the end.

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https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-africa-54278417

 

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Those money diversion schemes are well structured and planned far in advance. Cabal stamped all over it. Meanwhile citizens are sandwiched between heavily enforced regulations and at the same time shortages of the items required to comply. On the outside it looks like mismanagement caused by last minute panic decisions. These type of diversions are managed in advance so no panic.

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21 hours ago, skitzorat said:

Winter heading into Spring in the Northern Hemisphere.

Oxford Vaccine Chief: "we'll have a new version ready to use in the autumn." 

Andrew Marr: "..might mean there will be a big vaccine programme with boosters in the Autumn"

 

- oh but that's such an archaic conspiracy theory dating back to the 90s that they want to vaccinate the shit out of us!!

 

33 second video here:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/coronavirus/video-2350280/Video-Oxford-vaccine-chief-preparing-autumn-booster-Covid-jab.html?mwv_rm=rta

 

Andrew Marr is an absolute piece of shit. And so is this woman.

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4 hours ago, Captain Falcon said:

 

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This website is funded by support provided, in part, by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The journalism and other content is editorially independent and its purpose is to focus on global development.

All our journalism follows GNM’s published editorial code. The Guardian is committed to open journalism, recognising that the best understanding of the world is achieved when we collaborate, share knowledge, encourage debate, welcome challenge and harness the expertise of specialists and their communities.

 

The Guardian’s award-winning global development site was launched in 2010 to provide special focus on the millennium development goals — the eight targets set in 2000 by the United Nations Millennium Declaration with the aim of improving the lives of the world’s poorest people by 2015. The site has gone on to produce news, features, debate, multi-media and photography from journalists, experts and people around the world.

It is made possible by part-funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The site is editorially independent of any sponsorship.

 

The only restriction to the Guardian’s coverage on this site is where the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is prohibited under US law from directly funding or earmarking funds to: (a) influence the outcome of any domestic or foreign election for public office; or (b) support lobbying or other attempts to influence legislation (local, state, federal, or foreign). This means any communications to the public in which a view is expressed about a specific legislative proposal, and the recipients of the communications are urged through a ‘call to action’ to contact government officials, must provide a reasoned, objective consideration of facts and issues in a full and fair manner that enables third parties to develop their own positions on any legislation that may be discussed.

 

Unless otherwise stated, all statements and materials posted on the website, including any statements regarding specific legislation, reflect the views of the individual contributors and not those of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation nor the Guardian.

 

🙄 Yeah right, do they believe their own bullshit? 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks CF out of likes👍 It's best to ask 'what doesn't this man have a hand in'? I'm beginning to believe that he is this little man behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz 🤡 Who has sold us down the river! Or rather a forerunner for the arrival of the Anti-Christ.

 

 

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On 2/7/2021 at 12:44 PM, Velma said:

I subjected my infant to vaccines in the late 1980's when they were produced using bovine material from mad-cows. It was a known fact at the time that cattle had spongiform encephalopathy from eating ground animals in feed, but no safeguards were put in place until 1992. I want to sue them for deception and the subsequent harm to my baby son. Chronic eczema.

Consider also that the animals in the feed had been vaxxed in the farming process. Vax on top of vax. 

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A showcase presentation for a novel new healing process for a disease that their

milkmaids show is survivable and while in plain sight of the milkmaids demonstrating there was no need for it.

 

The illusion of the virus being eradicated could have been faked by renaming the illness.

 

Making the simulated success a benchmark for future cons of this type.

 

Bechand's terrain theory if adopted formally would discredit the very foundatations of covid. Covid rests on the germ theory.

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Need a lift to get your Covid-19 jab? I'll tuk tuk care of it! Travel company is using its fleet of vehicles to help elderly get to vaccination centres 

Getting to vaccine appointments has been a challenge for many pensioners who usually rely on the bus but want to avoid public transport in the pandemic. Now a form of travel normally seen in the Far East is on offer. Tourist transport company Tuk Tuk Time is using its fleet of vehicles

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9238385/Travel-company-using-fleet-tuk-tuks-help-elderly-vaccination-centres.html

 

 

Tourist transport company Tuk Tuk Time is using its fleet of vehicles to help the elderly get jabs. Pictured: Kathryn transports Tessa in the tuk tuk in Saundersfoot
 
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😂 Should have gone to the Trotters & Co

 

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8 hours ago, allymisfit said:

Wow that's crazy! I guess it's like antidepressants making people more depressed.

 

Only one part still boggles me..

The man she was with refused all medication and ended up with AIDs. She didn't know about his diagnosis until after her own as he had purposely tried to infect other people. This all came out after her diagnosis.. 

I just wonder how she got the positive? 

 

Sorry, I hope I'm not being a pain for asking. My brain won't stop annoying me to ask lol.

 

I think as many on here have said - the pcr does not have a +ve or -ve value. They attach meaning to a meaningless device and fake the rest. Whatever ails people can easily be anything though. 

Mercury toxicity from amalgams.

Aluminium toxicity from water supply and deodorants, vaccinations.

Glyphosate build up from non organic sourced foods.

Fluoride and chloride in water supply,

Previous vaccinations. (chemicals)

Makeups, lotions, cosmetic's, fragrances, hygeine products, household chemicals.

Sensitivity to EM radiation. (electrical wiring, cell phone, smart meter, TV/radio broadcasting transmitter vicinity)

Sensitivity to moulds and fungii.

Parasitic infection.

Malnutrition or deficiency (deficiency induced weakness increases susceptibility to illness and toxicity)

Lifestyle habits, smoking, drugs, prescription medications etc

 

Were all subject to some of the above to some degree in & any combination or any number of others.

Doctors are all to ready to label symptom's and to prescribe.

 

 

 

 

 

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First it was an optional test to leave a few days early the 10-day "home" quarantine (if negative), then a compulsory 72 hour pre-travel test was added and now they are to announce two tests have to be taken either for the home or the red list hotel quarantine.  What happens if someone gets a positive result, especially if they are in a quarantine camp hotel? With what is being said below this is going to get worse and worse and never end with the new variants story.  Still the travel industry has not woken up to the fact they are history.

 

Fast approaching - The Last Exit from the DDR/UK.

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UK arrivals will need two Covid tests in quarantine amid fears over new variants entering country

9/2/21

 

All travellers arriving in the UK will need to undergo two coronavirus tests while they quarantine under plans set to be announced by the Government.
 
 

The current rules are being tightened to prevent new variants entering the country, the Department of Health and Social Care said

 

Under the new measures, it is expected travellers will have to take tests after two and eight days into their 10-day quarantine period.

 

It follows the announcement last week that from February 15, UK nationals returning from high risk “red list” destinations will have to quarantine in hotels where they will have to take two tests.

 

His comments came as Downing Street admitted that no formal contracts have been awarded to hotels for arrivals from “red list” countries to quarantine in.

 

The policy is due to be introduced in England on February 15.

 

A DHSC spokesman said: “Enhancing our testing regime to cover all arrivals while they isolate will provide a further level of protection and enable us to better track any new cases which might be brought into the country, and give us even more opportunities to detect new variants.”

 

Boris Johnson has insisted the nation will be “relying very much on border controls” to protect against new strains, but that they will be “most effective” when infection rates are brought down.

 

Full article at https://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/uk-arrivals-two-covid-tests-quarantine-new-variant-b919050.html

 

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The jaw-dropping winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year 2021 awards

U.S photographer Steven Kovacs the silver medal in the macro category.

DM today

 

I'm surprised they didn't award him the Gold for this 🥇

 

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How propagandist is this ?

 

 

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2 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

First it was an optional test to leave a few days early the 10-day "home" quarantine (if negative), then a compulsory 72 hour pre-travel test was added and now they are to announce two tests have to be taken either for the home or the red list hotel quarantine.  What happens if someone gets a positive result, especially if they are in a quarantine camp hotel? With what is being said below this is going to get worse and worse and never end with the new variants story.  Still the travel industry has not woken up to the fact they are history.

 

Fast approaching - The Last Exit from the DDR/UK.

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UK arrivals will need two Covid tests in quarantine amid fears over new variants entering country

9/2/21

 

All travellers arriving in the UK will need to undergo two coronavirus tests while they quarantine under plans set to be announced by the Government.
 
 

The current rules are being tightened to prevent new variants entering the country, the Department of Health and Social Care said

 

Under the new measures, it is expected travellers will have to take tests after two and eight days into their 10-day quarantine period.

 

It follows the announcement last week that from February 15, UK nationals returning from high risk “red list” destinations will have to quarantine in hotels where they will have to take two tests.

 

His comments came as Downing Street admitted that no formal contracts have been awarded to hotels for arrivals from “red list” countries to quarantine in.

 

The policy is due to be introduced in England on February 15.

 

A DHSC spokesman said: “Enhancing our testing regime to cover all arrivals while they isolate will provide a further level of protection and enable us to better track any new cases which might be brought into the country, and give us even more opportunities to detect new variants.”

 

Boris Johnson has insisted the nation will be “relying very much on border controls” to protect against new strains, but that they will be “most effective” when infection rates are brought down.

 

Full article at https://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/uk-arrivals-two-covid-tests-quarantine-new-variant-b919050.html

 

 

 

 

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To enter another dimension of planet Earth aka New Zealand you require the following (note especially if you're from a dirty country like Britain) 

 

Note that the borders are still closed to all non citizens or PR, apart from Govt sponsored big business types, you know. Even NZ Citz have to leave the country to go collect their significant others overseas to physically return with them even if they have a right to be here.  If you do manage to obtain permission to enter our, granted, Paradise on Earth also colloquially known as "Gods Own" a small break down of entry. 

 

Pre-departure testing for arrivals into New Zealand

All travellers to New Zealand (except those from exempt countries and territories) legally must have a COVID-19 test taken and a negative result returned within 72 hours of their first scheduled international flight
 
If you have had a COVID-19 vaccine

If you have received a COVID-19 vaccination you will still need to take a test.

If you return a positive result, you will need a medical certificate verifying that you are not infectious with COVID-19.

 

approved pre-departure test results

On 20 January, the Ministry of Health confirmed the following types of tests are acceptable by the New Zealand Director-General of Health:

  • PCR test (including RT-PCR)
  • LAMP, or
  • antigen tests (they may also be referred to as viral antigen tests).

All tests must be processed by a laboratory recognised in the country of origin as authorised or accredited to conduct tests. 

If you choose to take an at-home COVID-19 test, it must be processed by a laboratory recognised in the country of origin as authorised or accredited to conduct tests. 

 

Fit to Fly certificates

A Fit to Fly Certificate will be accepted as proof of pre-departure testing documentation if it is consistent with both the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Air Border) Order requirements and the subsequent Gazetted requirements regarding pre-departure testing. Acceptable Fit to Fly Certificates must contain the following six elements:

  1. Name of person tested
  2. Date of birth of person tested and/or the passport number of the person tested
  3. Name of the laboratory at which the COVID-19 test was processed
  4. Written confirmation from the laboratory of the result of a COVID-19 test
  5. Written confirmation of:
    1. the date on which the COVID-19 test was conducted, and
    2. the time at which the COVID-19 test was conducted — if necessary to establish that the COVID-19 test was undertaken within the 72-hour period before the person’s journey beginning due to the date of the test
  6. Written confirmation of the type of test that was conducted

 

If you have previously recovered from COVID-19, but test positive

If you have a positive pre-departure test, but believe this is because of a historical COVID-19 infection, you need to see a medical practitioner who will examine you for current symptoms of COVID-19. If they are confident you do not currently have a COVID-19 infection, you will need them to provide a medical certificate with the date of your previous positive test (if applicable) and documentation stating that they consider you as no longer being infectious with COVID-19.

 

A day 0/1 test is still required upon arrival

Pre-departure testing is an additional measure to further reduce the risk of new COVID-19 cases in New Zealand, in line with our elimination strategy. It is complementary to existing testing requirements, such as day 0/1 testing, and does not duplicate them.

Travellers to New Zealand are required to undergo day 0/1 testing within 24 hours of arriving at a managed isolation and quarantine facility.

 

Upon Arrival

 

Vouchers for managed isolation (MIQ)

Managed Isolation and Quarantine is working hard to accommodate people who might be impacted by the new testing requirements and will work with you on a case-by-case basis. Please remember spaces in managed isolation are limited, and there is currently very high demand. 

 

Managed-isolation or quarantine on arrival requirements

 

All arrivals to New Zealand are required to stay in MIQ for at least 14 days.

All arrivals in MIQ are tested for COVID-19 at least three times –

within 24 hours of arrival day 1,

day 3 and

day 12.

 

Charges for managed isolation

$3,100 /£1630 for the first or only person in the room (whether that is an adult or a child) with $950/£500 for each additional adult and $475/£420 for each additional child (3-17 years old, inclusive) sharing that room, all GST inclusive. There will be no charge for children under the age of 3 if they are staying in a room with another person.

 

NZers will be charged if they've actively left the country over the past year and are seeking to return. Rightly free of charge to returning citz. Also the MIQ are in 4 star hotels all over our big cities (Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and other towns like Rotorua)

NZ$5000 for a family of 4

~UK£2600

https://www.miq.govt.nz/

 

Its the "isolation facilities" that are more ominous - where they take you if you're "infected" even from your own home with your family members. 

These "facilities" are motels out by Auck airport TPTB don't like the public filming them. It's the Totalitarian tiptoe.. gently warming the populace up to the notion of detaining people in "govt facilities" is ok. I'm happy to publicly admit I was struck cold with a flash of fear when they first talked about it on the TV.

 

 

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