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1 minute ago, Jesse007 said:

Well got my nose violated today so I can hopefully travel tonight.

what a demeaning experience I actually had to grab the nurses hand to stop her from rupturing my nasal cavity.

This insanity has to stop!

 

Think about the poor bastards who have to get two or three of these tests every week. I don't know how they do it.

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1 hour ago, DarianF said:

 

Patience. The enemy will strike the first blow. Then will be your turn to strike back.

 

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Think about the poor bastards who have to get two or three of these tests every week. I don't know how they do it.

I couldn’t do it if I’m negative and they let me board my flight I’m refusing it on the Canadian side I’ll pay the 880 dollar fine.

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Just now, Jesse007 said:

 

I couldn’t do it if I’m negative and they let me board my flight I’m refusing it on the Canadian side I’ll pay the 880 dollar fine.

 

They are deliberately making the tests intolerably painful and humiliating for everyone, so they will accept the vaccine. They will stick this up your nose so often that eventually you can't take it anymore and take the vaccine just to make it stop.

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17 hours ago, BridgeBuilder said:

May be we should start using "experimental vaccine" more e.g. "Are you looking forward to having an experimental vaccine?

I use "experimental gene-therapy" everytime I talk or write about it. Even calling it vaccine is misleading which is how they've managed to get so far with this monstrous medical tyranny and murder.

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3 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

They are deliberately making the tests intolerably painful and humiliating for everyone, so they will accept the vaccine. They will stick this up your nose so often that eventually you can't take it anymore and take the vaccine just to make it stop.

Good luck this is probably the last time I travel and I’m not a prool ie Reliant on the gov they can shove there test and there vaccine.

I’ll be completely self sufficient by the end of this summer won’t need a goddam thing from them and the first person who tries climbing over my fence is gonna get fed to my pigs

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"If we accept that people should be allowed to go back to various elements of their pre-pandemic lives if they are not likely to spread the virus, then the next thing is to provide a simple, reliable way to prove this. Carrying a laminated vaccination card or taking multiple Covid-19 tests in a day are not tenable solutions in a modern society: Credentials like a vaccination card or a text showing a test result are easily faked. They can also be lost. And they aren’t sufficiently adaptable. Our understanding of questions like which vaccines give immunity to which variants, and for how long, is growing all the time. We need a way to prove health status that can keep up with the latest scientific evidence. The public is increasingly comfortable with the trade-off between protecting our civil liberties and protecting our health: In one recent study, 60 per cent of people said they would want a health passport for themselves; in another, more than two-thirds of respondents supported the use of some form of smartphone tracking app to help manage social distancing when society reopens. All this strengthens the case for exploring a digital health passport – a CovidPass, that can be used both for international travel and for accessing certain settings domestically."

 

(From the war criminal's website)

https://institute.global/policy/uk-government-should-take-lead-implementing-digital-health-passports-heres-why

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3 minutes ago, Jesse007 said:

Good luck this is probably the last time I travel and I’m not a prool ie Reliant on the gov they can shove there test and there vaccine.

I’ll be completely self sufficient by the end of this summer won’t need a goddam thing from them and the first person who tries climbing over my fence is gonna get fed to my pigs

 

You are very lucky to have this option. Well done and good luck.

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11 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

Even if they told us he was arrested and tried and sentenced how would you ever know if he was really in jail?

 

He could be whisked to Tel Aviv on a nightflight, given a new ID and plastic with no limit and anything else he needs. Good luck going to Israel to find him. 

Like Ghislaine Maxwell?

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10 minutes ago, DarianF said:

"If we accept that people should be allowed to go back to various elements of their pre-pandemic lives if they are not likely to spread the virus, then the next thing is to provide a simple, reliable way to prove this. Carrying a laminated vaccination card or taking multiple Covid-19 tests in a day are not tenable solutions in a modern society: Credentials like a vaccination card or a text showing a test result are easily faked. They can also be lost. And they aren’t sufficiently adaptable. Our understanding of questions like which vaccines give immunity to which variants, and for how long, is growing all the time. We need a way to prove health status that can keep up with the latest scientific evidence. The public is increasingly comfortable with the trade-off between protecting our civil liberties and protecting our health: In one recent study, 60 per cent of people said they would want a health passport for themselves; in another, more than two-thirds of respondents supported the use of some form of smartphone tracking app to help manage social distancing when society reopens. All this strengthens the case for exploring a digital health passport – a CovidPass, that can be used both for international travel and for accessing certain settings domestically."

 

(From the war criminal's website)

https://institute.global/policy/uk-government-should-take-lead-implementing-digital-health-passports-heres-why

 

Anyone who can’t see where all this is going based on the above excerpt must be absolutely blind.

 

No sooner will this “passport” be implemented thee will be a slew of methods offering fake passports that are downloadable to your phone.

 

And then comes the true endgame... implantable RFID chips with your personal data and banking details on there... Human V2.0.

 

Problem – Reaction – Solution... all there in plain sight.

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4 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

Anyone who can’t see where all this is going based on the above excerpt must be absolutely blind.

 

No sooner will this “passport” be implemented thee will be a slew of methods offering fake passports that are downloadable to your phone.

 

And then comes the true endgame... implantable RFID chips with your personal data and banking details on there... Human V2.0.

 

Problem – Reaction – Solution... all there in plain sight.

 

Anyone who wants to know exactly what's coming, it's very simple. Just read these articles - https://institute.global/policy/technology-policy/covid-19 - all in plain bloody sight. They're coming at us with a sledgehammer. No more subtlely.

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@HAARPING_On here's another one, right in your face from these bastards:

 

"We at the Tony Blair Institute welcome the anticipated plans to increase rapid testing capacity. But there is a huge practical vacuum in the idea that we can have rapid tests for many but no domestic health pass."

https://institute.global/policy/make-no-mistake-digital-health-passes-will-help-get-economy-moving-again

 

Well, it can't be any clearer than that. There is no way in hell they will allow you to move domestically without a digital health pass.

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1 minute ago, DarianF said:

@HAARPING_On here's another one, right in your face from these bastards:

 

"We at the Tony Blair Institute welcome the anticipated plans to increase rapid testing capacity. But there is a huge practical vacuum in the idea that we can have rapid tests for many but no domestic health pass."

https://institute.global/policy/make-no-mistake-digital-health-passes-will-help-get-economy-moving-again

 

Well, it can't be any clearer than that. There is no way in hell they will allow you to move domestically without a digital health pass.

Canada isn’t far behind fortunately they will have a hell of a time

with the rural areas good luck trying to  chip the fundamentalist Christians or any self respecting human.

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Just now, Jesse007 said:

Canada isn’t far behind fortunately they will have a hell of a time

with the rural areas good luck trying to  chip the fundamentalist Christians or any self respecting human.

 

Not to mention, Bible belt rural americans with churches full of guns and ammo 🤗

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I've decided to start a rumour. Whenever anyone mentions Covid to me, I shall say, "I heard it's gone!"

 

If the rumour spreads, this idea may be more catchy than Covid and people will believe it. It's gone!

 

 

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5 minutes ago, DarianF said:

How's this for comedy gold?

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/01/health-and-postal-services-seeking-person-with-brazil-covid-variant-zahawi

 

Bozo the Clown wanders the streets searching for a fake variant of a fake virus 😂

I don’t think it’s really a fake virus there is 36,000 different Coronoviruses ie the common cold

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2 minutes ago, Jesse007 said:

I don’t think it’s really a fake virus there is 36,000 different Coronoviruses ie the common cold

 

Well, when you consider the mass PCR fraud surrounding this so-called virus [ https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/category/covid/ ] it's no wonder many have argued it doesn't exist [ https://banned.video/watch?id=6039055094464e1d7fd6e21f ].

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4 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Well, when you consider the mass PCR fraud surrounding this so-called virus [ https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/category/covid/ ] it's no wonder many have argued it doesn't exist [ https://banned.video/watch?id=6039055094464e1d7fd6e21f ].

Ya,I agree there but it think saying it (a virus)doesn’t exist is to far out for your average dim wit if you or trying to engage people it’s much better to cal it a bad cold I think it’s possible they cooked it up in lab have you watched plandemic ?

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13 hours ago, Mr H said:

Ok this is the most ridiculous story I have seen so far. How can they even print this?

 

Saying the vaccine helps prevent cancer and alzheimers.....

 

This is a little bit too far

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9307203/Coronavirus-jab-help-fight-cancer-chronic-pain-Alzheimers.html

Well, of course it does if it kills you. Dead people don't get cancer...

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3 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Friend of my brother's just had the vax last friday. He is a superfit male mid 40s long distance swimmer. Was bed stricken for 3 days with flu and severe joint pain! Sounds lovely!

That's just because it's working so well.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Friend of my brother's just had the vax last friday. He is a superfit male mid 40s long distance swimmer. Was bed stricken for 3 days with flu and severe joint pain! Sounds lovely!

I really feel for these people anyone who has studied history is crazy to trust the government on this or anything else the whole scene reeks.

add into it the global food production dropping off a cliff and it’s not a far stretch to say a good culling is in order.

“The survivors will have a much healthier world” Henry Kissinger 

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Ukraine throws away unused COVID-19 shots as doctors skip their own vaccinations

KYIV (Reuters) - Ukrainian medical facilities have thrown away some unused COVID-19 vaccines after doctors failed to show up for their own appointments to be vaccinated, ruling party lawmakers said on Monday.

Ukraine has just begun vaccinating its 41 million people against COVID-19 after receiving a first batch of 500,000 doses of Indian-made AstraZeneca shots last week, but faces a battle against vaccine scepticism that predates the pandemic.

The government has prioritised giving shots to frontline medical workers but cited statistics showing that 47% of Ukrainians do not want the vaccine.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-ukraine-idUSKCN2AT2EY

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