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Ireland has passed a new Regulation, dividing the Vaccinated against the Unvaccinated from being able to mix in each others households via the Health Act 1947 (Section 31A - Temporary Restrictions) (Covid-19) Regulations 2021, Regulation 6(4), Restrictions on events in dwellings.

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4 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Ireland has passed a new Regulation, dividing the Vaccinated against the Unvaccinated from being able to mix in each others households via the Health Act 1947 (Section 31A - Temporary Restrictions) (Covid-19) Regulations 2021, Regulation 6(4), Restrictions on events in dwellings.

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Unenforceable then. See the word temporary on the front. They can piss off.

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Not sure about the authenticity of this, taken from another site but...

 

Translated from an article in Dutch.

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A clinical trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine involving young children and teenagers has been halted by Oxford researchers as British drug regulators conduct a safety review of the two-shot regimen.

https://www.voanews.com/covid-19-pandemic/oxford-astrazeneca-researchers-halt-clinical-trial-covid-19-vaccine-among

 

 

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2 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Unenforceable then. See the word temporary on the front. They can piss off.

Its not so much about the legality, the desired effect is to cause more division and hostility between people and their communities with neighbours snitching etc....  (I read a while back some guy in Ireland was sent to jail for not wearing a mask on a bus!)(

 

And lots of these 'temporary' (for now - authoritarian tip-toe) laws are unenforceable, but that hasn't stopped the face-napped gestapo from smashing in doors to remove "offenders" has it? 🥴

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22 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Its not so much about the legality, the desired effect is to cause more division and hostility between people and their communities with neighbours snitching etc....  (I read a while back some guy in Ireland was sent to jail for not wearing a mask on a bus!)(

 

And lots of these 'temporary' (for now - authoritarian tip-toe) laws are unenforceable, but that hasn't stopped the face-napped gestapo from smashing in doors to remove "offenders" has it? 🥴

tbh if you apply for a PCR test or go on a plane there are agreements made

 

 

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2 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Yes, it is all very odd. The story changes everyday with this COVID nonsense.  As the vaccine is not the main driver for lowering cases, deaths etc., that would be another reason for not taking the experimental jab, added to the other 1001 reasons.

If, as Boris now claims, the lockdown restrictions drove down the number of cases and deaths, not the vaccination campaign, then why did they proceed with an experimental jab with potentially deadly side-effects? They could've saved the UK almost £12billion!

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3 minutes ago, Velma said:

If, as Boris now claims, the lockdown restrictions drove down the number of cases and deaths, not the vaccination campaign, then why did they proceed with an experimental jab with potentially deadly side-effects? They could've saved the UK almost £12billion!

I don't know If I will quote it right because I watched it in Polish language... "Nobody told you kid - what harms someone brings clear profit to someone else" Mr. Crab to SpongeBob ;)

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If, as Boris now claims, the lockdown restrictions drove down the number of cases and deaths, not the vaccination campaign, then why did they proceed with an experimental jab with potentially deadly side-effects? They could've saved the UK almost £12billion!

Preparing people sub-consciously for lock downs come the Autumn/Winter.

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27 minutes ago, Velma said:

If, as Boris now claims, the lockdown restrictions drove down the number of cases and deaths, not the vaccination campaign, then why did they proceed with an experimental jab with potentially deadly side-effects? They could've saved the UK almost £12billion!

Very true, and also why not end the vaccine campaign now, save huge amounts of money and redivert the NHS resources back to its normal functions &  concentrate on treating people who have been neglected the past year?

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39 minutes ago, Velma said:

If, as Boris now claims, the lockdown restrictions drove down the number of cases and deaths, not the vaccination campaign, then why did they proceed with an experimental jab with potentially deadly side-effects? They could've saved the UK almost £12billion!

Bodger doesn't know his arse from his elbow.

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2 hours ago, Nats and dogs said:

This is very very sad and it should never be the norm :(  You spoke to a teacher - are the teachers reporting this?

Yeah, it her job to deal with kind of issues as well as others. Can’t remember her job title though.

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42 minutes ago, Velma said:

If, as Boris now claims, the lockdown restrictions drove down the number of cases and deaths, not the vaccination campaign, then why did they proceed with an experimental jab with potentially deadly side-effects? They could've saved the UK almost £12billion!

I think it's time for Bodger to get out and about with the people, he's spent far too much time behind screens and wandering around vax centres. Now is the time for our dear leader to show his real face in public!

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1 hour ago, skitzorat said:

Not sure about the authenticity of this, taken from another site but...

 

Translated from an article in Dutch.

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A clinical trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine involving young children and teenagers has been halted by Oxford researchers as British drug regulators conduct a safety review of the two-shot regimen.

https://www.voanews.com/covid-19-pandemic/oxford-astrazeneca-researchers-halt-clinical-trial-covid-19-vaccine-among

 

 

This will be the counter narrative, to lull parents into a false sense of security about the real death jab they have lined up for kids: 

 

The Johnson and Johnson one shot and your done jab.

 

No, they haven't made a vaccine like, ever before. But hey, didn't you as a caring mum, put baby powder and pink J and J lotion on your precious baby?

 

Ok, the powder turned out to have traces of asbestos in it, but who's splitting hairs?

 

It's safe, and effective.

Safe.

And.

Effective.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Pina Colada said:

I'm beyond devastated for these poor kids.

Now they'll be coerced to take this dangerous, untested (so they say, but they are very aware) death jab, with false promises of them getting their lives and normality back, and God only knows the consequences.

Spoke to a guy outside in a queue today waiting for a haircut. He was saying that he thought there maybe more to what’s going on, but was not a conspiracy theorist.

 Gave him dozens of examples of vax experiments in USA, here in U.K. etc

Explained about W.H.O changing their standards as well as manipulation of facts and figures. Managed to change his opinion just by showing him blatant contradictions on the bbc own site.

He’d already said he wasn’t in a rush to get jabbed, he ain’t gonna do it now!

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

My neighbour's 15-year-old son hanged himself last September. A terrible waste.

It so hard isn’t it. How do you convince a person who for whatever reason is suicidal, that there is beauty and decency in this world. Not all life is crud. It’s always easy to say but so many things seem overwhelming for so many if not all of us at certain periods in our lives.

Maybe if schools started teaching about the wonder which is this earth and all of nature, and not just crap to get a job, people may find a real soul fulfilling purpose.

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1 minute ago, Bombadil said:

Spoke to a guy outside in a queue today waiting for a haircut. He was saying that he thought there maybe more to what’s going on, but was not a conspiracy theorist.

 Gave him dozens of examples of vax experiments in USA, here in U.K. etc

Explained about W.H.O changing their standards as well as manipulation of facts and figures. Managed to change his opinion just by showing him blatant contradictions on the bbc own site.

He’d already said he wasn’t in a rush to get jabbed, he ain’t gonna do it now!

Fab, well done. 👍

I need more hard facts at my fingertips, I tend to just launch into over explanation. 

Lol.

 

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