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One small success out of this madness, my 13 year olds school phoned yesterday for consent to test him to which I said no. Driving him to school this morning was talking that the school said if I change my mind they would glady test him, his response was I don't get why the school said if you change your mind, it's my decision and I'm not being tested at all. Proud of him being dead set against it and he said if they try to force him into it hes walking out of school (which has my full consent). Such a wise head on young shoulders.

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4 hours ago, Velma said:

Conspiracy theories in my family is called CONVERSATION.

The expression "conspiracy theory", as adopted by the mainstream is a permanent state of an idea. The "theory" can never become fact in their minds the way it is presented. It is meant to be derogatory and irrevokable. This class of theories can never become facts. These conspiracy facts are a societal taboo.

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53 minutes ago, FrankVitali said:

Watching some of these protests elsewhere in Europe makes you realise that the British public are (mostly) soft as shite.

 

Have a look at the videos from Myanmar if you want to see a people with balls of steel.

 

It is a rocks and sticks vs guns situation, and, despite protestors getting shot and killed, they are STILL on the streets fighting back.

 

Makes me ashamed to see how feeble our protests in the UK are.

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Had a wander up Bond Street the other day to show the Mrs all the brilliant stickers that were plastered up and down during the protest, surprise surprise all but 4 or 5 remained. 
 

The desperation these vile cunts are going to control the narrative is almost laughable.

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11 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

The soldiers shipping out from the USA for WW1 were all given 14 vaccine shots each before dispatching them all over Europe. 

 

Mainstream media are quick to dismiss claims that a vaccine for influenza existed in 1918 but fact remains that they studied the pathogen of the Russian flu pandemic of 1889 and had nearly 25 years to develop experimental vaccines and test them on soldiers.

 

Mainstream rejects the notion that vaccines caused the illness in 1918 saying there was no influenza vaccine and this is true in an official capacity but the fermented cocktails made during 25 years investigation that could have been the cause of the 1918 pandemic were still classified by the military as experimental. 

 

In other words you can say there was no influenza vaccine in 1918 but you can't say they were not tinkering with injectables.

 

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Is that a midget sitting on the floor?

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6 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Is that a midget sitting on the floor?

I know people lied about there age to fight in the war but that kids taken the piss out of them.

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1 hour ago, CAC said:

 

Have a look at the videos from Myanmar if you want to see a people with balls of steel.

 

It is a rocks and sticks vs guns situation, and, despite protestors getting shot and killed, they are STILL on the streets fighting back.

 

Makes me ashamed to see how feeble our protests in the UK are.

I get your point Palestinians are in the same boat aswell but they still don't change anything as much as ours don't.  Tianamin square only changed when tanks rolled over peaceful protests finally making everyone go enough of this. And to be fair to that point it's usually when months if not years of protest make the state look to bad to be able to continue doing what they do. America had Martin L king and Malcomy X both polar opposites in the way they handled protest and both died before change (if you could actually call it change).

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3 hours ago, Velma said:

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, which my sister suffered for twenty years, from the 1970's onwards, although doctor's said it was psychosomatic and prescribed vallium, is now called 'Long Covid.'

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/health-56571663

Yes, I experienced that three summers ago and have commented recently how this would now be called long covid. It felt like it would be a permanent condition and the symptoms mimicked that of ME, Myalgia and Arthritis.

 

Thankfully, the last traces of it disappeared after ten months. The doctors did say that once you've experienced post viral fatigue/syndrome then future viruses are more likely to trigger another episode.

 

Seasonal flu = Covid-19

PVS = Long Covid

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2 hours ago, GSM said:

One small success out of this madness, my 13 year olds school phoned yesterday for consent to test him to which I said no. Driving him to school this morning was talking that the school said if I change my mind they would glady test him, his response was I don't get why the school said if you change your mind, it's my decision and I'm not being tested at all. Proud of him being dead set against it and he said if they try to force him into it hes walking out of school (which has my full consent). Such a wise head on young shoulders.

I've been struggling a lot recently (not that it makes me special, I think many of us have) but this? Really gave me a bit of hope. Wonderful to read, and it sounds like you're doing a truly cracking job with your Son.

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1 minute ago, clownworld said:

I've been struggling a lot recently (not that it makes me special, I think many of us have) but this? Really gave me a bit of hope. Wonderful to read, and it sounds like you're doing a truly cracking job with your Son.

Honk Honk & Welcome 

 

 

 

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Just now, Coldrum said:

Honk Honk & Welcome 

 

 

 

Well, thank you very much indeed!

This is the only other place online I've seen that allows people to freely discuss this whole thing. It's nice. I went through a few months last year where I genuinely thought I was going insane, if I'm being honest. 

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2 hours ago, FrankVitali said:

Watching some of these protests elsewhere in Europe makes you realise that the British public are (mostly) soft as shite.

We have yet to experience full blown Communism. Eastern Europe is going to be a very hard but to crack, given their recent histories of being under the jackboot of dictatorship.

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2 minutes ago, clownworld said:

I've been struggling a lot recently (not that it makes me special, I think many of us have) but this? Really gave me a bit of hope. Wonderful to read, and it sounds like you're doing a truly cracking job with your Son.

Thank you. But in all honestly I'll let him take the credit in how he's turned out. We can guide them but it's up to them to take the steps they take during life.

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19 minutes ago, GSM said:

Thank you. But in all honestly I'll let him take the credit in how he's turned out. We can guide them but it's up to them to take the steps they take during life.

That's true. But it's like a house. The foundations make all the difference :) Either way, you put a proper smile on my face, so thank you!

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On 3/23/2021 at 4:28 PM, Roscommon said:

 

It's not my Bro mate.


What should be done though, is hundreds should be outside the care home protesting, handing out leaflets letting passers by know whats going on inside.

That's an excellent idea!

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On 3/23/2021 at 8:34 PM, campanar said:

One year on and Spain is still masked up. do they work? can't add anything more really.

 

The argument they give is that the death rate would be much higher if it weren't for masks and lockdown.
 

Point out that Sweden disproves this theory and all you get is a blank guant stare.

 

 

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I wonder if it would be possible to collect data of change in deaths caused by blood circulation failure, and other diseases before and after vaccination... To compare impact of the vaccination - and how much there is a coincidence in events and if anything is hidden... 🤔

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21 minutes ago, Roscommon said:

 

The argument they give is that the death rate would be much higher if it weren't for masks and lockdown.
 

Point out that Sweden disproves this theory and all you get is a blank guant stare.

 

 

What they doing to kids in schools is absolutely disgusting... They claim now kids catching it while they have to sit in a dirty mask for 7 hours plus a bus trip. How can we let these imbeciles do this to us 🥴

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