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Just finished UK column news yesterday. Very good. Also good reminder about Bill Gates. You mention Bill Gates to regular folk and you will get tin foil hat response.


As they pointed out, look at the two major crisies in our lives at the moment covid and climate change, he's fully stuck into both... really is like a real life bond villan. Funny how people don't even at the very least question him a bit more....

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3 hours ago, mathewtwatson said:

i really appreciate that.......and sorry for the caps.........i purely got a lap top to use as a tool in this plandemic so im really new to all this. But i 100% will, when the time comes and pressure gets big for my wife il get her to interact with you through pm. That goes both ways by the way we are all in this together and if you just need to get something off your chest in regards to your job, u are more than welcome.  

This goes to everybody on this forum, on this site regardless of opinions, we are all on here for 1 reason or another, whether it be.... some of you are amazing at finding the cult stuff, others outstanding at finding studies and articles and sharing important information, others just to let of steam , some of you are funny as fuck, some of you are fucking crack pots.......but you all give me hope..... and i stand with you, up here in West Yorkshire. i really do.


Welcome. And thanks for the kind words.

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From: https://www.hdruk.ac.uk/projects/false-positives/


"As an example, with an infection prevalence of 0.05% or 1 in 2,000 (the average community prevalence in the UK in early August) and very optimistic test performance measures (sensitivity of 80% and specificity 99.9%), the chance of a positive result being truly positive will be only 29% with one test. This increases to almost 100% if a second test is also positive. However, the percentage of positive results that are truly positive can fall to unacceptably low levels when infection is very uncommon in the population and test specificity is less than excellent."


There's an Excel sheet, for those inclined, on the link above that works out the true positive percentage and shows the calculations.


The article goes on to say...


"We conclude that the crucial roles of extremely high test specificity and of confirmatory testing must be fully appreciated and incorporated into policy decisions to avoid unnecessary restrictions for whole populations, and for particular individuals, arising from widespread population testing for SARS-CoV-2 infection."



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17 hours ago, oddsnsods said:


Yeah, easy for me to say.


If you genuinely have a health issue or anxiety your are buggered "For your safety"


Better off dressed full hazmat SAS gas mask when they open the door.

Come to read ya meter love Okay?😱



You mean wearing something like what Del Boy wore when he had to shift some kind of yellow stuff in oil drums. 😆





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9 minutes ago, skitzorat said:





That is the reason why SOME people can see right through them, they are telling the truth of their plans in the MSM and have for a long time. Yet, the brainwashed can't even see it. 

Gates and Fauci and others have been doing the same and still, we "the conspiracy theorists" are nuts and a danger to society.

We have a long and hard battle to fight ahead of us against the scumbags AND the brainless.


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I trust the Scientific Method, but I don't trust many "Scientists"


COVID-19 Vaccines for Pregnant Moms May Protect Newborns

A case study finds SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in placental cord blood after maternal vaccination.

“It validates what we’ve always suspected . . . that mothers can be vaccinated during pregnancy and can provide some of that level of immunity to their unborn child,”




from the same 'scientific' magazine


Human Fetuses Can Contract SARS-CoV-2, but It’s Rare

Compared with Zika and cytomegalovirus, the virus that causes COVID-19 appears to have a harder time penetrating the placenta and moving to a woman’s unborn baby


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