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2 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

I am very sorry to hear that. 

That is so very sad :(

 

You know what, care home managers are the biggest bunch of hypocrites I've ever met. 

The things they get away with is shocking. 

 

One of the many reasons I left care. There is no care.. Ironically. 

I can imagine it could be very open to abuse

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27 minutes ago, zArk said:

An alternate thought would be terrain theory ,in that;

Symptoms of illness are actually the body expelling dead cells it has cleansed

 

The jab stops the natural cleaning process

 

How this affects the toxicity of the body is worrying

 

People are sick, the body is preventing itself from cleaning itself due to being reprogrammed by the jab.

The tests result negative , there are no symptoms but people are rotting away.

 

Truly zombies

 

 

That's an interesting thought and I can agree with that.

For example, I had cupping done yesterday (desperate to fix this broken body of mine) and the amount of toxins that were released was insane! I have these marks all over my back, dark purple which I read means there was a lot there.

Since then, I've been feeling flu like (headaches, chills and sweating.) But this is the process of eliminating what shouldn't be there. 

So totally, that makes a lot of sense what you're saying. 

 

Additionally, my Dad who got his death jab 3 weeks ago is suffering terribly from it. His arm is so swollen and red and excruciating. 

It's like it's trapped inside his body and the toxins are just building and building. 

I am bloody terrified of what's going to come of this. 

 

I know one man who had his jab and he's turned into such a dickhead since having it. 

Seriously, he's had a total change of personality. 

 

Another chum of mine has been majorly fatigued since. 

 

They are definitely contaminated with poison. 

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1 minute ago, Pina Colada said:

I can imagine it could be very open to abuse

 

Yup! I've had to report a few nurses, carers and a manager in my time for abuse. 

 

I genuinely wanted to be there for the people. It was one of those jobs you'd give your heart to because you wanted to make the residents happy. 

But the abuse.. Holy moly. 

Sometimes it wasn't obvious either.. 

Sometimes I was left on my own to care for 12 people with advanced dementia. 

 

Anything to cut costs and make it look good from the surface. It's all for show. 

When they cut costs, they end up buying crap for themselves. I've seen it happen in every care home I've worked in. 

I could write a book. Honestly. 

Makes me want to open my own home so I know it's being done right. 

Sucks to be skint though. 

 

But yeah, the managers are the biggest hypocrites. 

A lady I worked for got suspended for letting a family in to see their dad (young man, very sad circumstances). 

But yet.. She let her friend who is high up in the local council to see his mum. 

Double standards. Really bothers me. 

 

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14 minutes ago, Biawhiska said:

I'm happy I get to smell my best friend's garlic breath 😃

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When someone in my family tested positive I could smell it. But it's the same with flu... I am starting to think it's just the flu rebranded now. 

 

Oh and I didn't catch it. 

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11 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

 

Yup! I've had to report a few nurses, carers and a manager in my time for abuse. 

 

I genuinely wanted to be there for the people. It was one of those jobs you'd give your heart to because you wanted to make the residents happy. 

But the abuse.. Holy moly. 

Sometimes it wasn't obvious either.. 

Sometimes I was left on my own to care for 12 people with advanced dementia. 

 

Anything to cut costs and make it look good from the surface. It's all for show. 

When they cut costs, they end up buying crap for themselves. I've seen it happen in every care home I've worked in. 

I could write a book. Honestly. 

Makes me want to open my own home so I know it's being done right. 

Sucks to be skint though. 

 

But yeah, the managers are the biggest hypocrites. 

A lady I worked for got suspended for letting a family in to see their dad (young man, very sad circumstances). 

But yet.. She let her friend who is high up in the local council to see his mum. 

Double standards. Really bothers me. 

 

I remember when Bliar's gov really pushed for mothers to go back to work ASAP after having a baby, and there were rumours that MP's were big shareholders in nurseries.

It's just all business.

I wonder who owns the care homes?

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

I remember when Bliar's gov really pushed for mothers to go back to work ASAP after having a baby, and there were rumours that MP's were big shareholders in nurseries.

It's just all business.

I wonder who owns the care homes?

 

 

Geezo, that's really disturbing! 

I didn't know about that. 

 

The homes I worked in (actually I shouldn't say that as there was one care home in Dorset that was insanely wonderful! The manager treated the staff with so much respect. It was clean, residents got the best care I've ever seen. It was independently owned also.)

But the others have either been owned by the council or big businesses who are making millions and millions and paying the poorest wages. It's such an easy business for them. 

Each resident pays £600-800 per week to live there. Many selling their homes to manage :(

I guess it's hard for the outside world to see, but being there first hand taught me a lot.

The only comfort I can give is that there are some AMAZING carers and nurses who really do care and they are the ones who make all the difference. 

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28 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

I remember when Bliar's gov really pushed for mothers to go back to work ASAP after having a baby, and there were rumours that MP's were big shareholders in nurseries.

It's just all business.

this is how they pushed the vaccines for children.

forget 4 weeks off work to look after your child with mumps --- give em the jab

forget 2 weeks off for measles -- give em the jab

 

then extended the Nanny State to assist with child care funding for those people working

 

of course the rampaging out of control economy was not attended to which was provoking the need for 2 working parents and the threat of career ending penalties if a parent dared to have time off to look after their child

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2 minutes ago, zArk said:

this is how they pushed the vaccines for children.

forget 4 weeks off work to look after your child with mumps --- give em the jab

forget 2 weeks off for measles -- give em the jab

 

then extended the Nanny State to assist with child care funding for those people working

 

of course the rampaging out of control economy was not attended to which was provoking the need for 2 working parents and the threat of career ending penalties if a parent dared to have time off to look after their child

Sounds about right, destroy family values.

All through a pseudo- socialist gov.

 

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10 minutes ago, FrankVitali said:

We could do with knowing if she's had the vax?

 

8 minutes ago, zArk said:

sorry , this needs more info

to be fair ... people do faint.. or is all fainting COVID vax?

 

I doubt she's had the vax, these politicians pushing the vaccines never take them themselves.

Who knows why she really fainted... I guess we'll see much more of this.

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57 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

This shows even more what a bang she goes down with:

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/av-embeds/world-europe-56751489/vpid/p09dn334

Was it fainting or sudden, complete loss of consciousness?

Would that be more serious?

And all irrelevant if she's not been jabbed!!!!

https://www.topdoctors.co.uk/medical-articles/blackouts-fainting-loss-of-consciousness-what-differences

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On 4/4/2021 at 10:13 PM, Outsider said:

 

What a wonderful idea!

 

Our dear leaders generosity knows no bounds!

 

 

 

 

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If you need anything else other than a "free" weekly COVID test from the NHS you will have to wait.

 

More than 4m people waiting to start NHS treatment amid Covid pandemic

15/04/21
According to data from NHS England, a total of 4.7 million people were waiting to start treatment at the end of February 2021.
 
The number of people in England waiting to begin hospital treatment has risen to a new record high.

According to data from NHS England, a total of 4.7 million people were waiting to start treatment at the end of February 2021 – the highest figure since records began in August 2007.

The number of people waiting more than 52 weeks to start their hospital treatment stood at 387,885 in February 2021 – the highest number for any calendar month since December 2007.

 

A year ago, in February 2020, the number of those having to wait more than 52 weeks to start treatment stood at just 1,613.

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Full story at

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/4m-people-waiting-nhs-treatment-covid-pandemic-lockdown-b929839.html

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