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6 hours 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.

 

Which demonstrations have you been to in the UK recently and what sort of behaviour did you witness ? 

 

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6 hours 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.

Myanmar are going through hell at the moment. Lamestream media doesn't report this. I've noticed they don't follow the silly nappy wearing policy because the tribes such as the Karen's (bless their souls) are being massacred.

 

The west are worrying about keeping your distance, whilst the innocent tribes are being massacred.

 

It touches a nerve because I used to live in that part of the world and all people see here is " wear your mask,"

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10 hours ago, skitzorat said:

THIS JUST IN - EXPERTS WARN

 

Don't hug family or friends at permitted gatherings, expert warns

 

Hugging loved ones is still off the cards despite England’s lockdown easing, as it could potentially trigger Covid-19 to become resistant to vaccines, an expert has warned.

 

 

Molecular virology Professor Jonathan Ball, at Nottingham University,

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has warned hugging a loved one poses too much risk of spreading coronavirus, even if they've had a jab, as it could make Covid become resistant to vaccines.

 

"There's still a lot of virus out there and what we don’t want to happen is for somebody to become infected who's partially immune because what can happen is that can encourage the evolutionary emergence of virus variants that are possibly resistant to the vaccine," he told LBC News.

 

"And they may be tempted to hug the grandchildren or hug the family members but it’s incredibly important that they don’t do that.

 

"I don’t want to be a doom merchant but the more risks we take the more chance we have of the virus coming back and biting us."

 

However, Prof Ball warned that "doesn’t mean it can’t spread", and with a hug naturally bringing people physically together, it's safer to keep the two-metre distance for now.

 

If people are not yet fully immunised, he said it is important "they don't take undue risks because they could become infected and that could lead to the generation of viruses that are less susceptible to those vaccines that we're going to rely on so much in the future".

 

Dr Julian Tang, Honorary Associate Professor/Clinical Virologist at the University of Leicester, noted that 30 million people still haven’t had a single dose.

"With another (roughly) 5 million who have natural immunity from natural infection, there is still a large number of the under 50s still susceptible to the virus - more than enough to sustain a new outbreak, as we are still seeing 5000-6000 new Covid-19 cases a day," Dr Tan said.

"If we can wait a bit longer until we vaccinate more of the younger people to suppress the amount of circulating virus more completely, hugging will become safer later on this year."

The number of people fully immunised will be the key indicator to when hugging loved ones becomes safe again.

 

https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/lockdown-easing-hugging-family-friends/

 

There are some serious Dark Forces psychically attacking the British people. My heart breaks again for my Motherland.💔

so this fella is with Vander Bossche in that mass vaccination during a pandemic is very very dangerous

 

i do think vaccine created 'Original Antigenic Sin' and vaccine created 'asymptomatic illness' is horrific

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

Which demonstrations have you been to in the UK recently and what sort of behaviour did you witness ? 

 

 

I have been to various demonstrations: various in Sheffield last year (where I had the pleasure of meeting Gareth Icke), several in Leeds, and the Bradford one last weekend.

 

I have seen various behaviour, from all peaceful to little scuffles with the police, but no significant force used to repel the police.

 

The Myanmar protestors are tenacious and clearly do not fear the use of force to defend themselves. Granted, they are fighting a somewhat more serious and immediate threat, but their spirit is exactly what is needed here.

 

I don't advocate violence, but we need not shy away from using force to defend ourselves and our individual and collective rights.

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2 minutes ago, CAC said:

Sheffield last year (where I had the pleasure of meeting Gareth Icke),


Cool  :O)

 

 

3 minutes ago, CAC said:

but no significant force used to repel the police.


Sheer numbers help, as seen in the London demo on the 20th.
Even though there were more police in the area than l've ever seen anywhere before , they were still vastly outnumbered and the demonstrators easily pushed through blocks / police lines several times.

 

 

5 minutes ago, CAC said:

Granted, they are fighting a somewhat more serious and immediate threat,


lndeed , their situation is immediately life threatening and hence the action / reaction..

 

 

7 minutes ago, CAC said:

I don't advocate violence, but we need not shy away from using force to defend ourselves and our individual and collective rights.


Likewise. lt was good to see demonstrators at London grabbing people back from the police. No violence but just protecting other fellow demonstrators.

BC
 


 

 

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1 hour ago, Dazzer said:

Saw that link on a footy forum I read, some of the outrage is unreal. They'd have been less upset if the students had come round to theirs and took and turns turns pissing through their letter box. 

A bunch of young people having a drink in the park letting off some steam and it's like the end of the world... What the fuck is going on? 

 

Nottingham Councillor David Mellen, the party-pooper, with a face like a bulldog chewing a wasp.

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

One local resident described the scene as "horrendous" on Monday, as videos shared on social media showed some students hugging and dancing at Nottingham Arboretum. Nottingham City Council leader David Mellen blamed a "selfish minority" for the "extremely disappointing" scenes of students having fun.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-56575135

Are they going to sprinkle a new deadly triple Nottinghamish  mutant over here? 🤔 Just wish kids took away their waste home... 

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7 hours ago, Kala Namak said:

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This was really nice to see. The data is there to prove this is all make-believe. The guy calmly tells it like it is, using evidence provided by the perpetrators of this nightmare. There is no talk of microchips, vaccine zombies or nanobots being clandestinely self administered. It was straight up real science presented well. Anyone know much about this PANDA bunch? They do seem to have credentials. 

If only someone could hack BBC1 and broadcast this primetime.

"In a break from our usual programming we have an important and rather uplifting update about the coronavirus pandemic" 

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22 minutes ago, FrankVitali said:

Someone I know has had an idea. A motorway blockage protest. If there was enough of us it would grind things to a halt. Major motorways. Multiple motorways all on the same day.

 

Just putting the idea out there.

I think things like that just lose you all public sympathy and it can be dangerous. You could cause someone being rushed to hospital to get in a traffic jam.

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56 minutes ago, Doc said:

This was really nice to see. The data is there to prove this is all make-believe. The guy calmly tells it like it is, using evidence provided by the perpetrators of this nightmare. There is no talk of microchips, vaccine zombies or nanobots being clandestinely self administered. It was straight up real science presented well. Anyone know much about this PANDA bunch? They do seem to have credentials. 

If only someone could hack BBC1 and broadcast this primetime.

"In a break from our usual programming we have an important and rather uplifting update about the coronavirus pandemic" 

I hadn't heard of PANDA before I stumbled across the Nick Hudson video.
They have Dr Sam Bailey on the team, and I like her content. I'll be keeping an eye on them and looking forward to some more good quality stuff.

 

The Team - PANDA (pandata.org)

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1 minute ago, Liberty said:

I can’t remember the questions on the last census but this times one asked about your health. Does anyone remember if the others did?  I’m asking this because of the new policies for  organ donation. 

I connected these facts...

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This is also disturbing me:

 

"If we can wait a bit longer until we vaccinate more of the younger people to suppress the amount of circulating virus more completely, hugging will become safer later on this year."

 

How many stupid parents are gonna get their poor kids jabbed?

 

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