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2 minutes ago, Itsa said:

Heres a paper that was drawn up for the government last year

https://committees.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/9253/pdf/

In it they are looking at ways that vaccinations could be made compulsory.

They cite the mental health act and forced medications as a precedent for legally mandating vaccinations and getting around the human rights laws currently in place.

 

Make no mistake they are looking at ways this could be done.

They will have another go in the next autumn/winter season.

 

Our evidence takes the following form:
1. A discussion of the reasons why compulsory vaccination may need to be considered; 2. An overview of relevant legal provisions;
3. An examination of the human rights law compliance of compulsory vaccination.

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Our analysis under 3 establishes two parity arguments:
a. If Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ measures are compatible with human rights law, then it is

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arguable that compulsory vaccination is too (lockdown parity argument);
b. If compulsory medical treatment under mental health law for personal and public protection purposes is compatible with human rights law, then it is arguable that

compulsory vaccination is too (mental health parity argument).

The lockdown is designed to increase mental health issues.  I bet there are more people on meds for this than any other time. Then those medications can cause suicidal thoughts. Suicides are up.  They’ll just need doctors to diagnose conditions readily. Prison doctors will be more inclined to diagnose I think.  Cause mental issues then diagnose readily. 

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The first new strain to pop up like a bad smell, (which you can’t smell) was the “UK variant” which quickly spread throughout Europe and America, although no-one was actually going anywhere, not even to one another's homes or towns far less, countries, but I digress...

 

The UK variety was renamed the “Kent variant” from whence it came, although it is still known as the “UK variant” abroad. Are you with me? They had to give it a local name, because it was about to mutate into the “Bristol variant” which will no doubt morph into the “Belfast strain” and so on...

 

Then came the South African variant, which will probably become the Johannesburg strain and the Brazilian one will mutate into the Rio de Janeiro variant. You catch my drift? This requires more localised “surge testing” to keep abreast of the “cases” coming to a post-code near you!

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6 minutes ago, Velma said:

The first new strain to pop up like a bad smell, (which you can’t smell) was the “UK variant” which quickly spread throughout Europe and America, although no-one was actually going anywhere, not even to one another's homes or towns far less, countries, but I digress...

 

The UK variety was renamed the “Kent variant” from whence it came, although it is still known as the “UK variant” abroad. Are you with me? They had to give it a local name, because it was about to mutate into the “Bristol variant” which will no doubt morph into the “Belfast strain” and so on...

 

Then came the South African variant, which will probably become the Johannesburg strain and the Brazilian one will mutate into the Rio de Janeiro variant. You catch my drift? This requires more localised “surge testing” to keep abreast of the “cases” coming to a post-code near you!

All about confusion, keep them confused, keep them scared, keep them coming for the vaccine.

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Someone I vaguely know on FB posted this. This is how insane people have got.

 

This is not a joke....

 

Now that I'm a second vaccine graduate, do you think it's worth writing it on the CV?
Would this give me an advantage over someone who only did the first vaccine, or got vaccinated in some alternative framework?
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3 hours ago, Mr H said:

I'm also just wondering if I tried to leave the country in the near future, whether I would be allowed or not?

 

I've looked at the government guidance. Only part I can find is under the lockdown regs which says

 

You can leave if

 

  • seek medical assistance or avoid injury, illness or risk of harm (including domestic abuse)

 

so I was wondering if I could use that as an excuse ,the person(s) I'm fleeing from trying to do me harm being the government. Or whether I would have no chance under this reason? Just looking at flights, cheap as chips at the moment. 

 

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I am thinking of leaving permanently to Costa Rica with my family in next few months. I read the list of 15 reasons Irish govt have for leaving country, noticed the bastards dont have emigrating up as a reason. Not saying I wont try

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Just now, owen said:

I am thinking of leaving permanently to Costa Rica with my family in next few months. I read the list of 15 reasons Irish govt have for leaving country, noticed the bastards dont have emigrating up as a reason. Not saying I wont try

I was in Costa Rica end of 2019, great choice! 

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3 hours ago, Mr H said:

I'm also just wondering if I tried to leave the country in the near future, whether I would be allowed or not?

 

I've looked at the government guidance. Only part I can find is under the lockdown regs which says

 

You can leave if

 

  • seek medical assistance or avoid injury, illness or risk of harm (including domestic abuse)

 

so I was wondering if I could use that as an excuse ,the person(s) I'm fleeing from trying to do me harm being the government. Or whether I would have no chance under this reason? Just looking at flights, cheap as chips at the moment. 

I think you have mental health on your side here! 

It's taking it's toll, especially living in the UK. I'd say that was a valid enough reason to leave and goes with their script :)

 

My cousin moved to Dubai last week and no one questioned her the entire journey. 

Not even proof of her Coshit test.

She and a few others got there no problem, even though she expected the worst and got herself very upset prior to her journey. She said it's all being majorly milked here.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

I think you have mental health on your side here! 

It's taking it's toll, especially living in the UK. I'd say that was a valid enough reason to leave and goes with their script :)

 

My cousin moved to Dubai last week and no one questioned her the entire journey. 

Not even proof of her Coshit test.

She and a few others got there no problem, even though she expected the worst and got herself very upset prior to her journey. She said it's all being majorly milked here.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks. I appreciate the real life examples. What we need to find out what is really going on.

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5 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 

 

This bird knows a good bending over, she can spot it a mile away.

 

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

 

I couldn't stop laughing at this. If they want to be serious, then they can't be saying stuff like this, it denigrates the message. However, she did her self no favours by saying she's spent more time on hotel pillows than a soft mint. 

 

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣👍 classic. 

 

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20 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Someone I vaguely know on FB posted this. This is how insane people have got.

 

This is not a joke....

 

Now that I'm a second vaccine graduate, do you think it's worth writing it on the CV?
Would this give me an advantage over someone who only did the first vaccine, or got vaccinated in some alternative framework?

Yep, these idiots have lost the plot. I am sorry that they're your friend/associate. I don't wish ill on anyone, but they're going to get what they're deserve. 

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6 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Yep, these idiots have lost the plot. I am sorry that they're your friend/associate. I don't wish ill on anyone, but they're going to get what they're deserve. 

I'm the same. And it does bring me back to the point of possibly this is some kind of mind virus. These people in normal circumstances aren't stupid - above said person Doctorate and usually very logical and able to analyse data and situations. But unable to here. It is all very weird.....

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3 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I'm the same. And it does bring me back to the point of possibly this is some kind of mind virus. These people in normal circumstances aren't stupid - above said person Doctorate and usually very logical and able to analyse data and situations. But unable to here. It is all very weird.....

Indeed, it is a mind virus. I just found what they wrote to be extremely sinister. These gobshites are making out that the unvaccinated are pure evil and should be treated like dogs, which they are not. Doctor my arse, he should hand his license back for that post alone. 

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4 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Indeed, it is a mind virus. I just found what they wrote to be extremely sinister. These gobshites are making out that the unvaccinated are pure evil and should be treated like dogs, which they are not. Doctor my arse, he should hand his license back for that post alone. 

Sorry to confuse, but doctorate (in data science) rather than a medical dr.

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

The first new strain to pop up like a bad smell, (which you can’t smell) was the “UK variant” which quickly spread throughout Europe and America, although no-one was actually going anywhere, not even to one another's homes or towns far less, countries, but I digress...

 

The UK variety was renamed the “Kent variant” from whence it came, although it is still known as the “UK variant” abroad. Are you with me? They had to give it a local name, because it was about to mutate into the “Bristol variant” which will no doubt morph into the “Belfast strain” and so on...

 

Then came the South African variant, which will probably become the Johannesburg strain and the Brazilian one will mutate into the Rio de Janeiro variant. You catch my drift? This requires more localised “surge testing” to keep abreast of the “cases” coming to a post-code near you!

They will use the UK Variant to stop  people from having holidays at home, popular seaside towns will go under this year , Sturgeon will not allow anyone to leave to travel over the border using the the Variant as an excuse.

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43 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

I think you have mental health on your side here! 

It's taking it's toll, especially living in the UK. I'd say that was a valid enough reason to leave and goes with their script :)

 

My cousin moved to Dubai last week and no one questioned her the entire journey. 

Not even proof of her Coshit test.

She and a few others got there no problem, even though she expected the worst and got herself very upset prior to her journey. She said it's all being majorly milked here.

 

 

 

 

 

I am certain in Dubai you have to wear masks outside. And even in a car when there are passengers.

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