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I was thinking how they have legalised organ harvesting and with the treatment methodology they have going on. 

 

Random Hospital visit -> PCR positive test -> Covid ward -> sedatives -> anti-biotics -> steroid -> more sedatives -> ventilators -> harvest organs -> cremate. 

 

It is a fast track to a winning treatment method.  Only downside for them is that most of the patients are old and their organs are no good for the NHS organ harvesting operations that are going on every day. 

 

I guess it was just a coincidence that the organ harvesting legislation came in just before covid. 

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3 hours ago, Sidlittle said:


Come on, Kissinger is a psychopath but that isn’t a real quote of his. 

 

Agree with you - partially.  This article offers an interesting take on this topic:

 

https://nofakenews.net/2020/04/05/what-did-henry-kissinger-really-say-about-mandatory-forcible-vaccination/

 

'Here’s another famous verified quote that was made by Dr. Kissinger many years ago: “The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer.” (from March 10, 1975 meeting with Turkish foreign minister Melih Esenbel in Ankara, Turkey).

 

Did Henry Kissinger make the statement about forcible vaccines and the herd accepting said products in a speech in February 2009? I’ll leave the answer to that question up to your imaginations. But don’t worry, America, POLITIFACT has got our backs covered and is out there with other fact-checking websites preventing the spread of fake news. If they claim the speech never happened — it never happened, end of story!'

 

 

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Not keen on Rebel News for obvious reason, but them guys in Watford really handle themselves well & notice the pigs changed the charge down the station. They hate anyman who knows his rights & isnt afraid to engage with police & call them out for their unlawful actions.

This is how tyrants operate & hate the rule of law they swore to uphold!

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25 minutes ago, pete675 said:

 

Agree with you - partially.  This article offers an interesting take on this topic:

 

https://nofakenews.net/2020/04/05/what-did-henry-kissinger-really-say-about-mandatory-forcible-vaccination/

 

'Here’s another famous verified quote that was made by Dr. Kissinger many years ago: “The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer.” (from March 10, 1975 meeting with Turkish foreign minister Melih Esenbel in Ankara, Turkey).

 

Did Henry Kissinger make the statement about forcible vaccines and the herd accepting said products in a speech in February 2009? I’ll leave the answer to that question up to your imaginations. But don’t worry, America, POLITIFACT has got our backs covered and is out there with other fact-checking websites preventing the spread of fake news. If they claim the speech never happened — it never happened, end of story!'

 

 


‘Partially’ ? Look, we know ‘fact checkers’ are a tool of the cult but there is zero evidence of those words having been said and zero evidence of the WHO organising a meeting on eugenics in 2009. The last paragraph of the article is a bit daft. ‘Fact checkers ‘ love this kind of shit that they can easily debunk and I suspect it’s their colleagues in the cult pushing it in the first place. 

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Im stick of this woman Professor Devil Sridhar she is never off MSM with her various Superman pictures in her room , she serves the World Economic Forum and it's obvious who she is working for .

Vaccine passports for Pubs and Concerts , Fuck off back to Miami!

https://www.thenational.scot/news/19129047.covid-scotland-vaccine-passports-concerts-heading-way-says-expert/

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17 hours ago, Free Range said:

With this Brazilian variant, i remember sometime in the summer reading a comment (whether on a forum, or yt comment i cant remember) that when you heard about this it would be time to run to the hills. I filed it, struck me as someone in the know fearmongering.

       Im of the opinion nothing too deadly would be released in case it got out of hand, so it hasnt worried me, just made me think its the next phase he was telegraphing. i.e pick a country that'll spook people.

 

I'd say not picked at random at all... vaccine trials by Astra Zeneca in UK, South Africa and Brazil - now where are those "deadly" variants coming from again?

 

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)32623-4/fulltext

 

2020 has been a difficult year for all, but has seen 58 vaccines against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) be developed and in clinical trials,
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 with some vaccines reportedly having more than 90% efficacy against COVID-19 in clinical trials. This remarkable achievement is much-needed good news as COVID-19 cases are currently at their highest daily levels globally.
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 New vaccine efficacy results are reported now in The Lancet: investigators of four randomised, controlled trials conducted in the UK, South Africa, and Brazil report pooled results of an interim analysis of safety and efficacy against COVID-19 of the Oxford–AstraZeneca chimpanzee adenovirus vectored vaccine ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 (AZD1222) in adults aged 18 years and older.
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 This is the first report of efficacy against COVID-19 for a non-profit vaccine aiming for global supply, equity, and commitment to low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs),
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 and as such its publication is very welcomed. After phase 1 results supported a two-dose regimen, the trial protocols were amended where necessary to require two standard doses (SD/SD cohort) of approximately 5 × 1010 viral particles per dose administered 28 days apart, but a subset (LD/SD cohort) in one of the UK trials inadvertently received a half-dose of the vaccine (low dose) as the first dose before a change in dosage quantification methodology; additionally, the protocol amendments enabled other trial participants originally scheduled to receive a single dose to receive a booster more than 28 days after their first dose. Participants randomly received either the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine or control, which was either meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MenACWY) or saline depending on the trial.

 

Interim efficacy results were available and are reported for two of the four ongoing trials (from the UK and Brazil) based on cases occurring within approximately 4 months of follow-up in 11 636 participants, the majority of whom were aged 18–55 years (10 218 [87·8%] participants), white (9625 [82·7%] participants), and female (7045 [60·5%] participants). No COVID-19-related hospital admissions occurred in ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 recipients, whereas ten (two of which were severe) occurred in the control groups. Vaccine efficacy for the prespecified primary analysis (combining dose groups) against the primary endpoint of COVID-19 occurring more than 14 days after the second dose was 70·4% (95·8% CI 54·8 to 80·6; 30 [0·5%] of 5807 participants in the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 group vs 101 [1·7%] of 5829 participants in the control group). Surprisingly, however, efficacy was substantially lower in the SD/SD cohort (62·1% [95% CI 41·0 to 75·7]; 27 [0·6%] of 4440 vs 71 [1·6%] of 4455) than in the LD/SD cohort (90·0% [67·4 to 97·0]; three [0·2%] of 1367 vs 30 [2·2%] of 1374), which remained after accounting for differences in age and time between doses. Efficacy was similar when evaluated starting at 21 days after the first standard dose (192 cases), suggesting there is at least short-term protection with one dose.
 
Although efficacy was lower (58·9% [1·0 to 82·9]) against asymptomatic infection in the LD/SD cohort (and unfortunately only 3·8% [−72·4 to 46·3] in the SD/SD group), the results nonetheless provide some hope that COVID-19 vaccines might be able to interrupt some asymptomatic transmission, although fewer data (69 cases among 6638 participants) were available with this outcome and more data are needed to confirm. Only 1418 (12·1%) of those assessed for efficacy were older than 55 years (none of whom were in the LD/SD cohort), meaning that from the interim analysis of these trials, we cannot yet infer efficacy in older adults, who are the group at greatest risk of severe COVID-19 outcomes.
 
(see link for full article)
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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

I was thinking how they have legalised organ harvesting and with the treatment methodology they have going on. 

 

Random Hospital visit -> PCR positive test -> Covid ward -> sedatives -> anti-biotics -> steroid -> more sedatives -> ventilators -> harvest organs -> cremate. 

 

It is a fast track to a winning treatment method.  Only downside for them is that most of the patients are old and their organs are no good for the NHS organ harvesting operations that are going on every day. 

 

I guess it was just a coincidence that the organ harvesting legislation came in just before covid. 

have you read this stuff re:brain dead

 

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7 minutes ago, Darryl Worthington said:

Thank God I got the astrazeneca one yesterday, that was a close call 😱
 

I'm a bit confused by all this.

Are we then thinking the people who get the Phizer one are doomed but the A/Z one you survive but you still get  the infertile side effect? 

Any doctors on this forum that could explain the difference between the two types of jabs would be very much appreciated. 

 

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