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53 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Hi fruitcakes.

I think it is just a seasonal flu.

That's why it is tailing off for months now, though govt's trying  desperately to  keep it  relevant, stopped  mentioning  deaths and gone on to cases..

Which means nothing in particular.

You could have 100,000+ cases and no deaths.

Or they could find 3 cases and close a pub as in smethwick.

 

You could do no better than to bone up on the history of germ theory and vaccinations;

 

https://www.bristolgroup.org.uk/app/download/10648453/bechamporpasteur00hume_0.pdf

(download link - you'll find copies on archive.org too)

 

There are other books here https://www.bristolgroup.org.uk/ worth reading.

 

Everything you know is a lie.

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On 8/9/2020 at 12:31 PM, peter said:

Now here in AUS we have a group of power hungry assholes trying to make masks mandatory  every flu season, covid or not ,  all they want to do is save lives aparently ,what a bunch of virtue signaling pieces of shit

 

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31 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

You could do no better than to bone up on the history of germ theory and vaccinations;

 

https://www.bristolgroup.org.uk/app/download/10648453/bechamporpasteur00hume_0.pdf

(download link - you'll find copies on archive.org too)

 

There are other books here https://www.bristolgroup.org.uk/ worth reading.

 

Everything you know is a lie.

Thanks  dude I  will look into it, though I  don't  have a great mind for heavy scientific stuff.

Everything I have been told is a lie, the only theory I trust is music theory..no joke.

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Just seen this on the pocket app, it says:

The Coronavirus Is Never Going Away

No matter what happens now, the virus will continue to circulate around the world.

The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has sickened more than 16.5 million people across six continents. It is raging in countries that never contained the virus. It is resurging in many of the ones that did. If there was ever a time when this coronavirus could be contained, it has probably passed. One outcome is now looking almost certain: This virus is never going away.

See the rest of it here:

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/08/coronavirus-will-never-go-away/614860/?utm_source=pocket-newtab-global-en-GB

 

I say:   " Ahhhhhhhhhh - ffffuck it then?"

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5 minutes ago, comininfromthecold said:

does anybody actually know of someone personally who has been fined for not wearing a face nappy,maybe they are hoping the fear of a fine is enough

 

i dont now anyone who has been fined, nor have i been asked to wear one, whos enforcing it anyway? theres no police around? at least where i live 

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Perhaps someone could clarify but I'm not sure that the mask fine thing is a police issue. Don't think it's legislated in the emergency public health act, where like the police CAN fine you for not obeying social distancing rules which are part of the act.

 

I think the fine thing is smoke and mirrors...

 

Or do I have that wrong?

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20 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Perhaps someone could clarify but I'm not sure that the mask fine thing is a police issue. Don't think it's legislated in the emergency public health act, where like the police CAN fine you for not obeying social distancing rules which are part of the act.

 

I think the fine thing is smoke and mirrors...

 

Or do I have that wrong?

 

you're talking about England first, and people haven't the same rights as yours in other countries... then correct me if I'm wrong but shops and stores are private places open to the public/customer, so the the staff is empowered by the owner to enforce I guess whatever rule they'd want to be, otherwise they'd call the security who'd then call the police while you're being wrestling guards in the store... :classic_laugh:

 

there are some countries and places where you can't escape it sadly... I myself tried to but better put the thing on, bear a long face and not talk to anybody than sparkling an uprising or getting lynched... because that's what will end up happening... 

 

walking the street in protest is fine on another hand, but not stupidly put yourself in danger when you're alone against a whole crowd... 

 

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i think a lot of people are masking up because they are more frightened of getting into trouble than catching so-called covid.

when i was outside tescos today if i saw anyone rip theyre mask of as soon as they got to the door i approached them and told them nicely that they shouldnt of wore one in the first place as the staff cant enforce it and it is just bullying tactics. one reply was i get embarrassed if im not wearing one and i meet someone i know who has one on-just shows pressure to fit in has a lot to do with it.

masks piss me off,i havent wore one yet and have ignored every rule as i knew this was bullshit from the start of february, i have made a deal with myself i refuse to wear a beak as its a sign of compliance or wash my hands in any shop

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2 minutes ago, comininfromthecold said:

i think a lot of people are masking up because they are more frightened of getting into trouble than catching so-called covid.

 

 

nothing more true, they just want to be left alone, not to get noticed and that YOU act the same... because if you don't then you're putting the SHAME on them... 

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45 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Perhaps someone could clarify but I'm not sure that the mask fine thing is a police issue. Don't think it's legislated in the emergency public health act,

 

Really, is this the state of truthers now?

Unbelievable that you can even feed yourself with a spoon and not cause self harm!

 

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/regulation/7/made

 

Fixed penalty notices

7.—(1) An authorised person may issue a fixed penalty notice to anyone that the authorised person reasonably believes—

(a)has committed an offence under these Regulations, and

(b)is aged 18 or over.

(2) A fixed penalty notice is a notice offering the person to whom it is issued the opportunity of discharging any liability to conviction for the offence by payment of a fixed penalty to the authority specified in the notice.

(3) The authority specified in the notice must be an officer designated by the Secretary of State for the purposes of this regulation (“the designated officer”).

(4) Where a person is issued with a notice under this regulation in respect of an offence—

(a)no proceedings may be taken for the offence before the end of the period of 28 days following the date of the notice;

(b)the person may not be convicted of the offence if the person pays the fixed penalty before the end of that period.

(5) A fixed penalty notice must—

(a)give reasonably detailed particulars of the circumstances alleged to constitute the offence;

(b)state the period during which (because of paragraph (4)(a)) proceedings will not be taken for the offence;

(c)specify the amount of the fixed penalty;

(d)state the name and address of the designated officer to whom the fixed penalty may be paid;

(e)specify permissible methods of payment.

(6) The amount specified under paragraph (5)(c) must, subject to paragraph (7), be £100.

(7) A fixed penalty notice must specify that if £50 is paid before the end of the period of 14 days following the date of the notice that is the amount of the fixed penalty.

(8) Whatever other method may be specified under paragraph (5)(e), payment of a fixed penalty may be made by pre-paying and posting to the person whose name is stated under paragraph (5)(d), at the stated address, a letter containing the amount of the penalty (in cash or otherwise).

(9) Where a letter is sent as mentioned in paragraph (8), payment is regarded as having been made at the time at which the letter would be delivered in the ordinary course of the post.

(10) In any proceedings, a certificate—

(a)that purports to be signed by or on behalf of the designated officer, and

(b)states that the payment was, or was not, received by the date specified in the certificate,

is evidence of the facts stated.

(11) In this regulation, “authorised person” means—

(a)a constable,

(b)a police community support officer,

(c)in relation to any transport hub from or to which a TfL public transport service is provided, a TfL officer, or

(d)a person designated by the Secretary of State for the purposes of this regulation.

 

Educate yourself, read.

 

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/contents/made

 

And wear a bloody mask.

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12 minutes ago, truegroup said:

 

Really, is this the state of truthers now?

Unbelievable that you can even feed yourself with a spoon and not cause self harm!

 

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/regulation/7/made

 

Fixed penalty notices

7.—(1) An authorised person may issue a fixed penalty notice to anyone that the authorised person reasonably believes—

(a)has committed an offence under these Regulations, and

(b)is aged 18 or over.

(2) A fixed penalty notice is a notice offering the person to whom it is issued the opportunity of discharging any liability to conviction for the offence by payment of a fixed penalty to the authority specified in the notice.

(3) The authority specified in the notice must be an officer designated by the Secretary of State for the purposes of this regulation (“the designated officer”).

(4) Where a person is issued with a notice under this regulation in respect of an offence—

(a)no proceedings may be taken for the offence before the end of the period of 28 days following the date of the notice;

(b)the person may not be convicted of the offence if the person pays the fixed penalty before the end of that period.

(5) A fixed penalty notice must—

(a)give reasonably detailed particulars of the circumstances alleged to constitute the offence;

(b)state the period during which (because of paragraph (4)(a)) proceedings will not be taken for the offence;

(c)specify the amount of the fixed penalty;

(d)state the name and address of the designated officer to whom the fixed penalty may be paid;

(e)specify permissible methods of payment.

(6) The amount specified under paragraph (5)(c) must, subject to paragraph (7), be £100.

(7) A fixed penalty notice must specify that if £50 is paid before the end of the period of 14 days following the date of the notice that is the amount of the fixed penalty.

(8) Whatever other method may be specified under paragraph (5)(e), payment of a fixed penalty may be made by pre-paying and posting to the person whose name is stated under paragraph (5)(d), at the stated address, a letter containing the amount of the penalty (in cash or otherwise).

(9) Where a letter is sent as mentioned in paragraph (8), payment is regarded as having been made at the time at which the letter would be delivered in the ordinary course of the post.

(10) In any proceedings, a certificate—

(a)that purports to be signed by or on behalf of the designated officer, and

(b)states that the payment was, or was not, received by the date specified in the certificate,

is evidence of the facts stated.

(11) In this regulation, “authorised person” means—

(a)a constable,

(b)a police community support officer,

(c)in relation to any transport hub from or to which a TfL public transport service is provided, a TfL officer, or

(d)a person designated by the Secretary of State for the purposes of this regulation.

 

Educate yourself, read.

 

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/contents/made

 

And wear a bloody mask.

 

Wow you are a pretty disrespectful person. Sure this is the right place for you?

 

All that is pretty null and void for all practical purposes though, (section 4a i,ii)  https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/791/regulation/4/made

 

So I guess it was part of the law, but essentially un-enforcable by the police as confirmed by my MP when I wrote to him.

 

Thanks for your contribution though. I didn't realise they tried to put this absurdity into legislation.

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21 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

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I think these videos in the media of people being attacked by police in Australia for not wearing a mask are fake. There is a reason it's in the media. Again it is to scare us into complying.

 

 

A valid point.

Are you talking about the woman grabbed around the throat and pushed to the floor and sat on ?
l've only seen it on yewtube.
What other  'media' has it been on ?
lt looked worryingly real to me..  :O(

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4 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

Are you talking about the woman grabbed around the throat and pushed to the floor and sat on ?
l've only seen it on yewtube.
What other  'media' has it been on ?
lt looked worryingly real to me..  :O(

Yes that's the one.

As another guy says usually these sort of vids get taken down quickly.

I don't know half of what is real anymore?

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2 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Yes that's the one.

As another guy says usually these sort of vids get taken down quickly.

I don't know half of what is real anymore?


l saw it on Max Igans video.
There were 2 different mobile phone videos of the same event.
.
l just went to get the link from the yewtube video......GONE !!!!  Wow  :O(
Bitchute then;
https://www.bitchute.com/video/7c2pTELijC4/ 
(scroll to 6 minutes 50 seconds.horrendous.)
l hope it's not real.....but if it's not, the media is dirtier than ever now.

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8 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

ls it a recorded training session with actors...who bloody knows ?  :O( 

Look at her kicks, she does a low knee kick on the cop,which she pulls because  it would snap his knee.

then a side kick to the female cop..when he throws her he throws her and she falls gently..she is trained or has practiced martial arts.

 

I don't know..

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

Look at her kicks, she does a low knee kick on the cop,which she pulls because  it would snap his knee.

then a side kick to the female cop..when he throws her he throws her and she falls gently..she is trained or has practiced martial arts.

 

I don't know..


Possibly.
l'll have a watch again a few times, objectively.
lt's difficult to know isn't it ?
Months ago a woman in Oz was arrested with her baby....did anyone figure that one out ?
 

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