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10 minutes ago, Velma said:

First May, then July, now August.... then summer will be fucking over and it will be time for the Autumn lockdown!

 

Many have had their businesses, dependent on visitors, trashed.    Tour buses, coaches, boats, souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants, hotels, retail in tourist areas, theatres, car hire, taxis, museums etc...

 

Just for England alone it is a big money, affecting many livelihoods.

 

 

https://www.visitbritain.org/value-tourism-england

Economic impact
* Latest Figures to Economic value of tourism 2016

Taking into account direct and indirect impacts (including aspects like the supply chain), tourism in England contributes £106 billion to the British economy (GDP) and supports 2.6 million jobs. Looking at direct impacts only, tourism still contributes £48 billion, supporting 1.4 million jobs. In 2011, there were 208,880 VAT registered businesses in England in tourism sectors, including accommodation, food and drink, transport, travel agencies, cultural activities and more.
 

Tourism Volumes and Spending 

  • In 2019, British residents spent £19.5 billion on 99.1 million domestic overnight trips in England.
  • Overseas visitors to England spent £24.8 billion in 2019, making 36.1 million trips.
  • 1.4 billion domestic day trips were taken to English destinations in 2018, with spending totalling £56.5 billion.
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14 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Many have had their businesses, dependent on visitors, trashed.    Tour buses, coaches, boats, souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants, hotels, retail in tourist areas, theatres, car hire, taxis, museums etc...

 

Just for England alone it is a big money, affecting many livelihoods.

 

 

https://www.visitbritain.org/value-tourism-england

Economic impact
* Latest Figures to Economic value of tourism 2016

Taking into account direct and indirect impacts (including aspects like the supply chain), tourism in England contributes £106 billion to the British economy (GDP) and supports 2.6 million jobs. Looking at direct impacts only, tourism still contributes £48 billion, supporting 1.4 million jobs. In 2011, there were 208,880 VAT registered businesses in England in tourism sectors, including accommodation, food and drink, transport, travel agencies, cultural activities and more.
 

Tourism Volumes and Spending 

  • In 2019, British residents spent £19.5 billion on 99.1 million domestic overnight trips in England.
  • Overseas visitors to England spent £24.8 billion in 2019, making 36.1 million trips.
  • 1.4 billion domestic day trips were taken to English destinations in 2018, with spending totalling £56.5 billion.

 

All for a case of the sniffles with a 99,9% survival rate.

SMH.

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35 minutes ago, GSM said:

Im not in the buisness of seeking retribution like that yet. I've made it crystal clear to them the damage they done in taking that route to our relationship to which I may add is irreversible, it broke all levels of trust and love i once held for them. They didn't succeed in anything the threw my way even while being made homeless I managed to keep hold of my kids and partner, I prefer the fact I know I'm better than them on every level. I always said I could handle the dicks I didn't know getting involved, it was like water off a ducks back with them, but the family was different, people your meant to trust shouldn't be doing that, they can suffer with the fact they wont be seeing grandchildren or me. I managed to get back on my own two feet now with the added bonus of growing my food supply far away from any of them. I suffered no physical harm just mental, violence should only meet violence and the rest didn't phase me enough to stop me in my tracks just rolled with it, seemingly found a way round everything they could try.

 

I am glad you have escaped and got yourself sorted.

 

I wouldn't be so reserved if my family had tried that with me, but you're absolutely right in the approach you took as it keeps your own karma clean.

 

Stay strong and enjoy your new life with your children.

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24 minutes ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

 

Dunno mate, I wouldn't be too quick to judge, those gloves may have been mandated by his bosses and he doesn't have much choice.

 

1 minute ago, GSM said:

More like 99.97%

I don't think it's possible to calculate it since the data were faked from the beginning... Truly said it's even possible something like social hypnosis caused most of the cases... 

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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

30 million vaxxed so far

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-55274833

40's are being offered it sooner due to not enough up take in the over 50's

 

There was a population prediction that was posted up on the forum in about 2019 from some military source about some countries would see big drops in populations in the mid 2020s.  The U.K. was going to have something like 50 million people and the USA 100 million.

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I had an opportunity to take the stand at work yesterday. A colleague was banging on about normality and vaccines in the context of his summer holiday in August and going down to Villa Park in September. It was one of those rare occasions when everything that needs to be said was said with absolute clarity and the authority that comes with speaking the truth in love.

 

A colleague who I know to be a very low level Mason entered the arena just as I was finishing.

 

He blustered:

"You're not one of them conspiracy theorists, are you? I can't stand all that. Aliens, Flat Earth. It's all lunacy"

 

I asked him why he would conflate those two examples of 'conspiracy theory' with what I had just said. I also asked him if he believed blindly on scientific theory before asking him how murder detectives come to a watertight conclusion concerning a conspiracy to murder case that will stand in court.

 

"Do they not start with theories based on available evidence before going on various dot joining journeys?"

 

So it was quickly established that he was not against the notion of conspiracies - humans conspire every day. Neither was he against theorising based on existing evidence 

 

He lost his cool and stormed out of the office, went to his car - and sulked. He did not speak to me again and likely never will.

 

I thought about his reaction (he was steaming with inner rage that manifested as a deep red face and shaking) and remembered another Mason I knew (now dead) who reacted similarly when I dared to mention Jesus Christ in response to a series of questions he had concerning my former life as a heroin addict.

 

The reactions were the same. The spirit holding them captive was/is the same.

 

I then remembered this place and how Masons and Freemasonry are so often mentioned in dot joining exercises. I believe that Masons might well be programmed early on to despise 'conspiracy theorists', lest the evil deeds of their superiors much higher up be exposed.

 

I then thought how we must be wise in our daily dealings with people. I read about gangstalking/gaslighting on the old forum back in 2013 ish and could well imagine something like that becoming commonplace.

 

Be as gentle as a dove and as wise as a serpent.
 

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6 hours ago, ally_uk said:

So we are heading back to normal now time to rejoice, no more lockdowns even Boris said it time to stop the fear porn and get on with our lives. 

 

 

🤦‍♂️ APRIL FOOLS ?

 

everyone is being eased into the new normal. which is going to be said to be 'normal' but its masks, testing, vax, social distancing, isolated lockdowns, restrictions, shutdowns, track and tracing, health certificates and onwards in the new normal

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19 minutes ago, Human10 said:

 

I don't think it's possible to calculate it since the data were faked from the beginning... Truly said it's even possible something like social hypnosis caused most of the cases... 

 

If we use the UK government's own data (which I consider to be fraudulent), we see that "COVID19" has a recovery rate of at least 97.07% (127,000 alleged deaths from 4,330,000 cases) or a 2.93% mortality rate.

 

Such a "deadly" disease, eh?

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3 minutes ago, CAC said:

 

If we use the UK government's own data (which I consider to be fraudulent), we see that "COVID19" has a recovery rate of at least 97.07% (127,000 alleged deaths from 4,330,000 cases) or a 2.93% mortality rate.

 

Such a "deadly" disease, eh?

 

 

What?

 

4,330,000 cases?

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3 minutes ago, CAC said:

 

If we use the UK government's own data (which I consider to be fraudulent), we see that "COVID19" has a recovery rate of at least 97.07% (127,000 alleged deaths from 4,330,000 cases) or a 2.93% mortality rate.

 

Such a "deadly" disease, eh?

Did you factor out the 'deaths for any reason within 28 days of a positive test result'? 

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10 minutes ago, Doc said:

Did you factor out the 'deaths for any reason within 28 days of a positive test result'? 

 

No, I just used the crude numbers put out by the government.

 

My point was that even with their "worst case scenario" fake numbers, a 2.93% mortality rate does not justify referring to COVID as a "deadly" disease, and also doesn't justify any restrictions whatsoever.

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36 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

There was a population prediction that was posted up on the forum in about 2019 from some military source about some countries would see big drops in populations in the mid 2020s.  The U.K. was going to have something like 50 million people and the USA 100 million.

yep deagel.com

uk goes from 65m to 14m

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18 hours ago, Outsider said:

I'm thinking that by the end of July around 95% of adult population will have had the vax. I don't really see a serious pushback against it. It's disheartening but I view anyone who has consented to wearing a mask in a shop will inevitably have the vaccine. It's a logical assumption that if you don't bother to look into the negative effects of mask wearing you're certainly not going to question the safety of the vax. 

 

 

Won't be anywhere close to 95%. I've seen polls from France for example were 30/40% of adults will not be getting the vaccine, fairly sure there were UK polls done recently and it was about 20% over here.

 

If people really were en masse lining up for the jab and there was no pushback why would there be relentless and increasingly desperate propaganda trying to convince people to get it ??

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On 3/25/2021 at 8:20 AM, boroughonian said:

I've definitely not had the virus, I am in the vulnerable cat and I shielded well before I was told to and been a hermit for a year. I had the vax and after 6 or so weeks I seem to be getting all the long covid symptoms!

So the vaccine has triggered ME/CFS in you. You know who is to blame! At least now cv is fashionable you stand a chance of getting some treatment, which people with CFS from other illnesses don't. It's all in your mind - all you need is some CBT and graded exercise therapy.

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