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2 hours ago, Basket Case said:

MOD NOTE (yet another in a long line of identical requests)


CORONAVIRUS
VAXXINES

MASKS
LOCKDOWNS

V PASSPORTS 


 

CORONAVIRUS
VAXXINES
MASKS
LOCKDOWNS

V PASSPORTS

 

CORONAVIRUS
VAXXINES

MASKS
LOCKDOWNS

V PASSPORTS 


I AM DELETING ANY AND ALL OFF TOPIC COMMENTS / POSTS.
USE THE REST OF THE FORUM PLEASE.
GIVEN AN INCH, SOME TAKE 10 MILES.
ZERO TOLERANCE FROM ME.


THANK YOU
BC :O)


 


l am going to keep repeating this over and over and over....
BC

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10 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Yeah. This is horrible news. 

I'd really like to believe that most people wont comply with this rubbish but I think they will sadly.

 

It's a choice if they do. It not difficult to deny you have a smartphone and to give false contact details but how many will just give in?

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MOD NOTE

 

This thread is already too much as it is and the constant drifting into off-topic discussions doesn't help matters.

 

A reminder of the 'message' that appears at the top of every page:

This topic is for all general discussion regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic. There are of course numerous other related topics for discussing specific aspects of this pandemic in more detail. And there are other parts of this forum for more 'off-topic' discussions.

 

That means can you all stick to just discussing the COVID-19 'coronavirus pandemic' in this topic. There are other topics in this area for discussing certain aspects of this situation in greater detail. And there is a whole 'memes' subforum for such material.

 

For other off-topic discussions either find an appropriate topic or start a new one.

 

Thank you all.

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Just now, Bee said:

I'd really like to believe that most people wont comply with this rubbish but I think they will sadly.

I'm living as a hermit then. 

 

Just wonder if they are going to do this at the driving centre I have a test in May. If I say I don't have a smartphone they already have my details so won't matter? Ffs

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So a day visit to Brighton is now out of the question then....

No point in visiting there if I can't sit down in a cafe or restaurant.

I would have thought that the area is filled with people of alternative views but I guess they are a kind of LGBTLQ01+ woke brigade then.

 

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4 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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Aluminium has been used in vaccines and has bad side effects.  Aluminium is toxic.

Aluminum is an experimentally demonstrated neurotoxin and the most commonly used vaccine adjuvant (according to Pubmed)

 

(i) Aluminum (Al3+), suspected as a toxicant for 100years, injures the CNS and immune systems, individ-ually and synergistically.

(ii) Al3+disrupts biological water dynamics and macro-molecules: DNAs, RNAs, proteoglycans, and proteins.

(iii) Al3+disrupts H-bond cooperativity interfering withthequantumcoherenceoflivingsystems.

(iv) Al3+interferes with biological signaling—biosemio-sis—from the very lowest to the highest levels in thenervous system.

(v) The effects are synergistic with other toxicants,including mercury, lead, fluoride, and glyphosate.

 

taken from page 19 - https://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/Shaw_et_al_JOT_2014.pdf

 

 

from 2011

(An adjuvant is an ingredient used in vaccines).

Aluminum vaccine adjuvants: are they safe?

Aluminum is an experimentally demonstrated neurotoxin and the most commonly used vaccine adjuvant. Despite almost 90 years of widespread use of aluminum adjuvants, medical science's understanding about their mechanisms of action is still remarkably poor. There is also a concerning scarcity of data on toxicology and pharmacokinetics of these compounds. In spite of this, the notion that aluminum in vaccines is safe appears to be widely accepted. Experimental research, however, clearly shows that aluminum adjuvants have a potential to induce serious immunological disorders in humans. In particular, aluminum in adjuvant form carries a risk for autoimmunity, long-term brain inflammation and associated neurological complications and may thus have profound and widespread adverse health consequences.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21568886/

 

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Great channel from Sweden-

Now Possibly Explained - Why So Much Pressure Making People Take the Shot-

 

And this is the video he's referring to ('the God gene')-

heard about this vid a few years back but had forgotten.

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2 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 

Surprised they never blamed the non jabbered on the volcano eruption.

 

 

I think throwing there vaccinated would calm down the volcano. Vaccinated are used to 'sacrifices'... I would try in the name of a new science 🤔

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5 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Elon musk is quite possibly worse than Bill Gates. Gates doesn’t give a fuck about you and makes that quite clear.

Elon Musk tries and fails to create an image of anti establishment, pot smoking rebellion, whilst planing neurolink and starlink to control you. 
Its just a case of Gates getting the numbers down an Musk creating the infrastructure to control what’s left.

Elon Musk on mRNA "You could turn someone into a freaking butterfly with the right DNA sequence"

 

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Just now, Human10 said:

I think throwing there vaccinated would calm down the volcano. Vaccinated are used to 'sacrifices'... I would try in the name of a new science 🤔

 

If government told them it would make them safe, they probably would.🤣

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44 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Probably posted already..Tyson Fury! 🦾

 

Okay im told its his dad.

 

Not a boxing fan myself.☺️

 

Nice one odds. Not had good interactions with travellers in the past. Although I went to school with some gypsy boys and I will tell you now they are very loyal to their families and very loyal if they are your mates. 

 

The gypsy community is awake I went into a shop full of 10 of them. They got aggressive and threatening to the man behind the counter which I don't condone or like but from that point on I was like yeah the gypsy community are on our side of the fence with this scamdemic.. tight knit and all that. 

 

Not sure if Tyson is Romani or Irish but it is refreshing to have someone like Tyson, who hates the BBC clearly. He is arrogant also in sport which I like because it's not a nastiness. More of a playful cockiness. Makes a change of all these sportsman and fake "ohhhh his so humble lovely bloke".

 

Listen I'm soft as shit not gonna lie but I'm not a coward and we don't need nice guys now. They say it how it is. 

 

Sorry to rant. I'm signing off for the night that 12th of April shop announcement has pissed me off tbh. Knew it was coming though didn't we. Just expecting the worse and hopefully by some miracle the public say NO MORE.

 

 

 

 

 

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Norman Fenton and two of his colleagues at Queen Mary University of London have put together this paper demonstrating how the UK Government has repeatedly overstated the numbers of asymptomatic Covid-19 cases.

 

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350755197_What_proportion_of_people_with_COVID-19_do_not_get_symptoms

 

The UK Government has claimed that "1 in 3 people who have the virus have no symptoms, so you could be spreading it without knowing it".

 

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This claim has been widely promoted on the MSM and billboards across the nation with hard hitting emotional messaging.

 

But the authors of the paper conclude that the claims being made by the UK Government fail to account properly for false positive test results and the lack of confirmatory testing, and suggest that this may be driven by a SPI-B agenda to emotionally manipulate the populace by instilling unjustified fear. They have reviewed ONS data alongside a Cambridge University asymptomatic screening study and have found that the "1 in 3" claim overestimates the percentage of people with SARS-CoV-2 who have no symptoms by at least 560%. They have also found that the estimate of the infection rate of 0.71% has been exaggerated by at least 80%.

 

It is suggested that mass testing of asymptomatic people is causing unnecessary mass anguish for minimal benefit and at a huge cost to society.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

It is suggested that mass testing of asymptomatic people is causing unnecessary mass anguish for minimal benefit and at a huge cost to society.

 

Its exactly how they plan to keep the momentum going throughout the summer.

 

'Asymptomatic' people will continue to 'test positive', thus the 'case' numbers can be maintained as required.

 

Even though people aren't getting sick, or actually dying, the 'myth' of the pandemic can continue into the autumn.

 

All the talk is of 'caution' when it comes to 'easing restrictions' blah blah blah.

 

And yes, I believe it is causing unnecessary anguish and massive inconvenience, especially if a perfectly healthy person is being forced to 'self-isolate' at home. Even more so if that person works in an environment where they cannot do their job from home, which then puts pressure on the employer/business and the rest of the workforce, especially if other colleagues are forced to self-isolate as a result.

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2 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

Will the pub opening be a flop?

Wearing a mask outdoors, sitting in the cold,  scanned in and treated like a beast.

 

Can't imagine many but the desperate will want that sort of day out?

 

Good points. It will be less enjoyable.

 

I expect where people still have money there will be custom for pubs.

 

Even after a year of lockdowns and restrictions, businesses have learnt nothing and will continue to bend over backwards to comply with all the overelaborate COVID rules, designed to destroy their independent livelihoods.

 

I see pubs getting ready to re-open, the ones that have not permanently gone out of business, and I wonder how long before they will have to shut again?

 

I don't indulge businesses with even the pretence of following COVID rules - i.e. Track and Trace, masks, hand gel, traffic lights, direction arrows, distance markers on floors, cashless payments.   I must print a laminated card with COVID BULLSHIT EXEMPT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Bee said:

Not just the pubs. In the UK from Monday:

 

 

 

There is nothing normal about the situation.  The rules keep on tightening when things should be coming to an end.

 

Time soon to go underground.

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47 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Its exactly how they plan to keep the momentum going throughout the summer.

 

'Asymptomatic' people will continue to 'test positive', thus the 'case' numbers can be maintained as required.

 

Even though people aren't getting sick, or actually dying, the 'myth' of the pandemic can continue into the autumn.

 

All the talk is of 'caution' when it comes to 'easing restrictions' blah blah blah.

 

And yes, I believe it is causing unnecessary anguish and massive inconvenience, especially if a perfectly healthy person is being forced to 'self-isolate' at home. Even more so if that person works in an environment where they cannot do their job from home, which then puts pressure on the employer/business and the rest of the workforce, especially if other colleagues are forced to self-isolate as a result.

Add abusing healthy kids to wear a mask for a whole day... 

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1 hour ago, Fluke said:

Nice one odds. Not had good interactions with travellers in the past. Although I went to school with some gypsy boys and I will tell you now they are very loyal to their families and very loyal if they are your mates. 

 

The gypsy community is awake I went into a shop full of 10 of them. They got aggressive and threatening to the man behind the counter which I don't condone or like but from that point on I was like yeah the gypsy community are on our side of the fence with this scamdemic.. tight knit and all that. 

 

Not sure if Tyson is Romani or Irish but it is refreshing to have someone like Tyson, who hates the BBC clearly. He is arrogant also in sport which I like because it's not a nastiness. More of a playful cockiness. Makes a change of all these sportsman and fake "ohhhh his so humble lovely bloke".

 

Listen I'm soft as shit not gonna lie but I'm not a coward and we don't need nice guys now. They say it how it is. 

 

Sorry to rant. I'm signing off for the night that 12th of April shop announcement has pissed me off tbh. Knew it was coming though didn't we. Just expecting the worse and hopefully by some miracle the public say NO MORE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yep, I think this scamdemic is actually toughening a lot of people up. Which is saying a lot for the british at least. Most brits don't even complain when they get served a shit steak.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Good points. It will be less enjoyable.

 

I expect where people still have money there will be custom for pubs.

 

Even after a year of lockdowns and restrictions, businesses have learnt nothing and will continue to bend over backwards to comply with all the overelaborate COVID rules, designed to destroy their independent livelihoods.

 

I see pubs getting ready to re-open, the ones that have not permanently gone out of business, and I wonder how long before they will have to shut again?

 

I don't indulge businesses with even the pretence of following COVID rules - i.e. Track and Trace, masks, hand gel, traffic lights, direction arrows, distance markers on floors, cashless payments.   I must print a laminated card with COVID BULLSHIT i

It just all sounds so miserable. 

Masks,  gels, partitions,  bullshit.

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1 hour ago, Fluke said:

Nice one odds. Not had good interactions with travellers in the past. Although I went to school with some gypsy boys and I will tell you now they are very loyal to their families and very loyal if they are your mates. 

 

The gypsy community is awake I went into a shop full of 10 of them. They got aggressive and threatening to the man behind the counter which I don't condone or like but from that point on I was like yeah the gypsy community are on our side of the fence with this scamdemic.. tight knit and all that. 

 

Not sure if Tyson is Romani or Irish but it is refreshing to have someone like Tyson, who hates the BBC clearly. He is arrogant also in sport which I like because it's not a nastiness. More of a playful cockiness. Makes a change of all these sportsman and fake "ohhhh his so humble lovely bloke".

 

Listen I'm soft as shit not gonna lie but I'm not a coward and we don't need nice guys now. They say it how it is. 

 

Sorry to rant. I'm signing off for the night that 12th of April shop announcement has pissed me off tbh. Knew it was coming though didn't we. Just expecting the worse and hopefully by some miracle the public say NO MORE.

 

 

 

 

 

Travellers in the tesco here just walk in no masks  .

They don't care. 

 

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