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9 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Very good point. However, if they do that they run the risk that we as the masses don't just wipe each other out – maybe we just start enjoying the free life without them. Then they might come out of their bunkers one day to a nasty surprise... i..e a well functioning human society who doesn't require any evil overlord psychopaths.

Perhaps that's the reason for the jab urgency....once injected the clock starts ticking....

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You wont believe this.   I just went down Lidls to get some steak.   Security guard calls me out as I walk past & I ignore him. Gets my steak walks to the credit only till

Some images of today's demonstration in London (not taken by me personally).                

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3 minutes ago, Outsider said:

We have become accustomed to being governed via screen. All orders and rules are implemented remotely. 

What's to say our leaders aren't already safely ensconced in a far away land with mock studios used to give the impression they are here with us. 

Has anyone seen our dear controllers in the flesh lately? Also makes sense why so many of these media types are always appearing on damn webcams....very easy to fake the background.

Why do you think the elites have been buying 'islands' and yachts? Its common knowledge that for the 'ultras' they are advised to have the ultimate backup for when society breaks down. The Mad Max world will be the for the plebs...the ultras will be living on yachts or their islands. Its the ultimate insurance policy. Heck, places like Nevada are proposing zones where tech companies can create their own laws (govern themselves). They are so confident of it now, they don't even hide who runs things.

 

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5 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Agree with basically all your saying mate.

Thing is, 60% of all my wife and I have is in gold so I watch the price daily and it's been horrifying watching the price crash over the last 8 weeks. I've been watching noughts drop off the end of our worth.

If we were younger, I wouldn't worry too much but we're both in our 72nd year.

I hope we're both still around when it finally starts to climb again......thing is, looking at the charts there's not much support below the current price.

 

I hear you mate, BUT you have to look at the bigger picture and plan your exit strategy, whatever that may be to suit your life. When I get to your age (I'm not too far behind)  I'll be expecting to execute the plan, depending on the economic conditions.

 

If you've been buying gold over a number of years then it's probably fair to suggest your first coins were the cheapest and your latest ones the most expensive. If you think of it in those terms and aren't planning to cash everything in at once then I'd say there's  damned good chance you'll make a decent return on your investment.

 

The markets are driven by sentiment: I'd also say it's a fair bet that the price will settle around the current figure for the rest of the summer - but let's say for example there was a massive uptick in deaths in the autumn due to the pathogenic priming of the vaccines and a big rise in unemployment due to furlough ending then there's a good chance that precious metals will surge.

 

Buy on dips, sell on highs. Hang in there til the autumn at least.

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13 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Very good point. However, if they do that they run the risk that we as the masses don't just wipe each other out – maybe we just start enjoying the free life without them. Then they might come out of their bunkers one day to a nasty surprise... i..e a well functioning human society who doesn't require any evil overlord psychopaths.

They could however make our lives hell using remote methods, could send us back to the stone age. Wasn't it Bush who promised to do that to Afghanistan? 

It's weird but we would be in a war but with no tangible enemy so we would simply turn on each other. This may only have to happen to 1 or 2 countries for it to scare the shit out of the rest of the world. 

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Head teachers are warning of problems getting parental consent for Covid tests, ahead of pupils returning to school in England next week.

 

A survey found more than half of secondary head teachers had faced difficulties getting parental approval.

 

Geoff Barton, leader of the ASCL union which carried out the survey, said parents might have heard "misinformation" about testing.

 

The Covid tests for pupils are voluntary and need parents' permission.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-56297590

 

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3 hours ago, Dazzer said:

Interesting discussion. 

So if you have money in the bank and you think that it's all going to go tits up, what is the reason for buying gold? How is having gold or silver any different? At some point you're gonna want to cash it in but for what? Genuine question. 

 

Gold will always be real money. As I said previously it will never devalue to nothing.

The banks can (and will) wipe off your digital assets at the flick of a switch.

Silver is a smaller value denomination and better suited to smaller exchanges, could be used for purchasing stuff as a valid exchange unit.

 

At this point we have to start thinking were we expect and where we'd like our lives to go in the future.  Gold and silver are part of that strategy for me.

 

 

 

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The average age of death in the UK from 2017 to 2019, using the mean average, was 79.4 years for males and 83.1 for females. The link to the official stats is below.

 

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/lifeexpectancies/bulletins/nationallifetablesunitedkingdom/2017to2019

 

The average age of Covid deaths, although slightly lower using the mean average, is unremarkable in comparison. I know this is common knowledge on the forum but I thought it would be useful to link to the official ONS confirmation of this obtained via FOI request and released on 11th January 2021.

 

https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/averageageofthosewhohaddiedwithcovid19

 

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3 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

The average age of death in the UK from 2017 to 2019, using the mean average, was 79.4 years for males and 83.1 for females. The link to the official stats is below.

 

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/lifeexpectancies/bulletins/nationallifetablesunitedkingdom/2017to2019

 

The average age of Covid deaths, although slightly lower using the mean average, is unremarkable in comparison. I know this is common knowledge on the forum but I thought it would be useful to link to the official ONS confirmation of this obtained via FOI request and released on 11th January 2021.

 

https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/averageageofthosewhohaddiedwithcovid19

 

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Out of likes, but that's important information there... cheers. :-)

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id let to get some opinions on this...........so 2 separate people i know have gone for the vax on the same day........literally within minutes of each other......at the same place,south elmsall,....both received different shots...... 1 pfizer, 1 astra zen.

 

both did pcr test 2 days before.

 

is the pcr test determining the jab allocated......if so why

 

i cant think of any other reason why you have to do the pcr b4 the jab....we know its not testing for the V, they know its not testing for the V.....it has to be linked in this way. your dna sample has to be a deciding factor

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On 2/23/2021 at 3:30 AM, perpetual said:

 

You can pass genes via natural pathway. Like animals can pass on to human by living together.

It would be a personal choice and you may not be able to control your emotion or the bits. Altered alien DNA will be passed onto the generation here onwards. If I'm not having the vaxx, it would be counter productive if I, then go on to be intimate with microchipped 'infected' individual. You might ask, what about kissing? Well, if saliva comes into contact with your mouth, that will eventually travel through your body via your digestive system...... considere the person like disease. lol

 

But of course, it would be better if a doctors gave us their take on this.

 

EDIT: If PCR cotton buds can infect you, you could consider your penis is shaped that way.....rubbing a hole. So my basic understanding tells me that you can get infected or microchipped by proxy.

 

Hi, I'm a bit late at taking part in this thread so I probably ain't going to read it from the start. I am no scientist, but I was thinking along the lines of the above myself... Would love to hear or read someone with a scientific bent on this if they haven't already done so here on the thread. Any pointers to such info would be much appreciated.

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4 minutes ago, AdvaitaV said:

Hi, I'm a bit late at taking part in this thread so I probably ain't going to read it from the start. I am no scientist, but I was thinking along the lines of the above myself... Would love to hear or read someone with a scientific bent on this if they haven't already done so here on the thread. Any pointers to such info would be much appreciated.

the question would be then can nano technology multiply........if the mrna attaches to your cells and reprograms them, and/or responds to outside signals (5g). i dont think you could pass it on unless your body created a immune response, like sneezing etc, but the reprogramming ability (the back door) means it would easily be writable in a update of the tech or signal. like viagra sending blood to a penis.......its easy for these fuckers

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42 minutes ago, Velma said:

Head teachers are warning of problems getting parental consent for Covid tests, ahead of pupils returning to school in England next week.

 

A survey found more than half of secondary head teachers had faced difficulties getting parental approval.

 

Geoff Barton, leader of the ASCL union which carried out the survey, said parents might have heard "misinformation" about testing.

 

The Covid tests for pupils are voluntary and need parents' permission.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-56297590

 

2day................iv literally handed out 200 links to powertothepeopleuk.com on a4 sheets of paper that i printed out last night, sent out emails to every1 in my email list.....including HMRC LMFAO 😬....i just sent to entire list.....172 emails.....

 

THIS IS WHAT I PUT ON A4

 

 

 

DONT LET THESE BASTARDS TEST AND MASK OUR KIDS

 

      WWW.POWERTOTHEPEOPLEUK.COM

 

USE THE TEMPLATES AND WRITE THAT  NO

 

         ENOUGH!

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From today's Guardian....

 

Senior doctors are braced for up to a million people needing treatment for long Covid after the pandemic, putting huge extra pressure on an already overstretched NHS, the Guardian can reveal.

Long Covid is a significant problem affecting huge numbers of patients that will confront the NHS for many years to come, one of the service’s expert advisers on the fast-emerging condition said.

 

Signs are already emerging that the health service is having trouble keeping up with the demand for care created by the sheer number of patients who are still displaying symptoms such as exhaustion, brain fog, chest pains and breathing problems months after having Covid.

 

Seems to be more likely symptoms of wearing masks?

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Telecoms and news networks for spreading false pandemic information, social networks that actively censor life saving information, the medical community carrying on as if they shouldn't know better, I could go on and on listing those that aided and abetted this covid genocide.

 

A key to the success of this grand swindle is to make as many people complicit so the prospects of arrests and sentencing become impractical.

 

I dont believe I have ever witnessed such heinous crimes involving so many accomplices.

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7 minutes ago, Outsider said:

From today's Guardian....

 

Senior doctors are braced for up to a million people needing treatment for long Covid after the pandemic, putting huge extra pressure on an already overstretched NHS, the Guardian can reveal.

Long Covid is a significant problem affecting huge numbers of patients that will confront the NHS for many years to come, one of the service’s expert advisers on the fast-emerging condition said.

 

Signs are already emerging that the health service is having trouble keeping up with the demand for care created by the sheer number of patients who are still displaying symptoms such as exhaustion, brain fog, chest pains and breathing problems months after having Covid.

 

Seems to be more likely symptoms of wearing masks?

Chronic Oxygen Deficiency Symptoms

Here is a list of some of the symptoms associated with low oxygen levels in the tissues:

 

(after Professor Majid Ali, M.D. research)

 

1) Chronic fatigue. Explanation: Oxygen deprivation in tissue causes fatigue and exhaustion.

2) Brain fog (problems of mood, memory, and concentration). Explanation: Oxygen deprivation in brain cells causes brain fog and dysfunction.

3) Symptoms of weakened immune systems, such as sore throats, swollen neck glands, and painful tissues. Explanation: Oxygen deprivation in immune cells causes immune weaknesses.

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7 minutes ago, Outsider said:

From today's Guardian....

 

Senior doctors are braced for up to a million people needing treatment for long Covid after the pandemic, putting huge extra pressure on an already overstretched NHS, the Guardian can reveal.

Long Covid is a significant problem affecting huge numbers of patients that will confront the NHS for many years to come, one of the service’s expert advisers on the fast-emerging condition said.

 

Signs are already emerging that the health service is having trouble keeping up with the demand for care created by the sheer number of patients who are still displaying symptoms such as exhaustion, brain fog, chest pains and breathing problems months after having Covid.

 

Seems to be more likely symptoms of wearing masks?

Could also be, yuppie flu (CFS) or good old post viral fatigue.

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5 minutes ago, Outsider said:

From today's Guardian....

 

Senior doctors are braced for up to a million people needing treatment for long Covid after the pandemic, putting huge extra pressure on an already overstretched NHS, the Guardian can reveal.

Long Covid is a significant problem affecting huge numbers of patients that will confront the NHS for many years to come, one of the service’s expert advisers on the fast-emerging condition said.

 

Signs are already emerging that the health service is having trouble keeping up with the demand for care created by the sheer number of patients who are still displaying symptoms such as exhaustion, brain fog, chest pains and breathing problems months after having Covid.

 

Seems to be more likely symptoms of wearing masks?


‘significant problem’

’huge numbers ‘

’many years to come ‘

’one of the service’s experts..’

’signs are.. ‘ 

‘sheer numbers ‘ 


 

I’m not sure this has been peer reviewed.. 

 

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9 minutes ago, Outsider said:

From today's Guardian....

 

Senior doctors are braced for up to a million people needing treatment for long Covid after the pandemic, putting huge extra pressure on an already overstretched NHS, the Guardian can reveal.

Long Covid is a significant problem affecting huge numbers of patients that will confront the NHS for many years to come, one of the service’s expert advisers on the fast-emerging condition said.

 

Signs are already emerging that the health service is having trouble keeping up with the demand for care created by the sheer number of patients who are still displaying symptoms such as exhaustion, brain fog, chest pains and breathing problems months after having Covid.

 

Seems to be more likely symptoms of wearing masks?

Will the mask wearers ever connect the giant dots, or are their brains too foggy?

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39 minutes ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

Israel's tikkun olam, light unto the nations vaccination plans

 

Jewish "prophecy" fulfilled

https://www.bitchute.com/video/LC7l8riVxtLj/

Buckle up buckaroos, fuck me it's gonna get bumpy...

 

 

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This vid made me feel quite sick, I would never trust Israel, the only one who told the the truth was  Rabbi Alon Anava who talks at the end of the vid. I must look him up.

Prophecy is certainly coming to be.

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7 minutes ago, Outsider said:

From today's Guardian....

 

Senior doctors are braced for up to a million people needing treatment for long Covid after the pandemic, putting huge extra pressure on an already overstretched NHS, the Guardian can reveal.

Long Covid is a significant problem affecting huge numbers of patients that will confront the NHS for many years to come, one of the service’s expert advisers on the fast-emerging condition said.

 

Signs are already emerging that the health service is having trouble keeping up with the demand for care created by the sheer number of patients who are still displaying symptoms such as exhaustion, brain fog, chest pains and breathing problems months after having Covid.

 

Seems to be more likely symptoms of wearing masks?

 

Don't rule out psychosomatic response either, which can be triggered by stress and anxiety. Given the year-long hysterical covid bombardment by the mainstream, such numbers could be off the scale

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1 minute ago, Sidlittle said:


‘significant problem’

’huge numbers ‘

’many years to come ‘

’one of the service’s experts..’

’signs are.. ‘ 

‘sheer numbers ‘ 


 

I’m not sure this has been peer reviewed.. 

 

I think we need a scientific study into this long covid malarkey. 

I'll give Dr Hil's a ring....

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