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2 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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They should have been the first to cry this out at the very start of the coven swindle. Its what we have been saying for nearly a year.

Money earned... 

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1 hour ago, Staeld said:

I don't know if this had been posted before but here is a link to the ONS website and you can enter your postcode to see how many died of Covid since March 2020. Some interesting statistics.

 

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/causesofdeath/articles/deathsduetocovid19interactivemap/2021-02-

 

Yes, I've seen this site posted here a while back, it is certainly interesting now we have a year of data to look at.

 

28 deaths in my area:

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I like the way they define these areas, not by postcode or council ward, but some other bizarre method, probably a way of 'balancing the numbers out better'.

Would also be interesting if they put up the approximate total population in these areas, but then again it wouldn't really look like much of a 'pandemic'.

 

The Billesley ward had a population of 19748 as of the 2011 Census. If I add the 22 deaths recorded in the neighbouring Billesley Common area, that gives me 50 deaths, or 0.253% of the local population, rough maths of course.

 

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6 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Yes, I've seen this site posted here a while back, it is certainly interesting now we have a year of data to look at.

 

28 deaths in my area:

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I like the way they define these areas, not by postcode or council ward, but some other bizarre method, probably a way of 'balancing the numbers out better'.

Would also be interesting if they put up the approximate total population in these areas, but then again it wouldn't really look like much of a 'pandemic'.

 

The Billesley ward had a population of 19748 as of the 2011 Census. If I add the 22 deaths recorded in the neighbouring Billesley Common area, that gives me 50 deaths, or 0.253% of the local population, rough maths of course.

 

 

Apparently there have been 559 covid deaths in Lambeth (where I live) since March 2020 https://beta.lambeth.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-covid-19-lambeth/covid-19-stats. The population was 325,917 (mid 2018) meaning the percentage of deaths is 0.17152% Used this percentage calculator: https://www.percentagecalculator.co.uk/

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18 hours ago, Fluke said:

@Mr H Yes!!! I was thinking the same. They have changed. Something very inhuman about most people today. But there was a massive change in 2020 and its like we are a different species to them now.. 

 

Yeah we disagree on things but i believe we actually need a sort of tribe to survive this insanity. Because many are still sentient. They might not go to protests or be truther types but i am sure there are thousands that feel the same way.

 

 

 

I dont like chill charlie turn coat but this video from 2009 made me sad. 

 

Note the 3 silly young girls at the begining. I am not a dirty nonce or anything but the first thing that struck me was they seemed to have souls. They were not taking the piss, and were just fucking about. Just kids, innocent and not caring. Now they would be older than me now.

 

But in 12 years look how much has changed. Not only was everybodies energy in the video more upbeat, something seems a lot darker about society. 

 

 

I get what you're saying mate but really hope nobody is getting nostalgic for 2009 or any year since the mid to late 90's and that is even that is a subjective opinion.

Yes things are much more extreme now but in 2009 we were still living in a politically correct, dumbed down, multi cultural, soulless corporate control system with an entirely controlled and manipulated mainstream media. Anyone with a little awareness of the NWO agenda could see what was coming a mile off.

 

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8 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Reread nineteen eighty four the other day. First time since I was at school. So good thirty years ago.

Remembering the story and then rereading I have come to the conclusion that no one can be that bloody right about the future, surely.

Woke has brought 1984 into being with the media temples of big brother.

The world is also pretty much divided into three parts. East, west and the rest. With areas of Africa seeing more strife as they fight over their resources. Most African countries should be enormously wealthy.

Whatever you believe to be the true covid narrative. Third world countries are still taking it in the backside as usual

 

I studied it at school and then again at university. But only now has it fully hit me that Orwell knew exactly what was coming. The only thing is, I think it's 50 times worse than he could ever have imagined.

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4 minutes ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

I get what you're saying mate but really hope nobody is getting nostalgic for 2009 or any year since the mid to late 90's and that is even that is a subjective opinion.

No no I get what you mean I was just making the comparison that even a very short time ago people seemed to have changed. More narcissistic perhaps. It actually shocked me when I saw that.

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