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TWEET OF THE WEEK

And finally, we bring you our Tweet of the Week (actually two Tweets), from non other than Liam Gallager. He's tweeted what's on all of our minds. PUB and ZOO. We hope you enjoy whatever your plans are this week! Have a great one everyone.
 
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3 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

My son is in Mexico. It is wide open... hospitals only at 16% and thats for all admissions. 

That's telling. There is no consistency in the way the 'rules' are applied. In the USA, states differ widely. Compare Florida to Michigan and you'll see what I mean. Maybe the virus acts in a different way when it crosses state lines or international borders. It really is a miracle bug.

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1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

On having quite a lot of hospital appointments recently for a host of non-covid related ailments, I've been pleasantly surprised to note zero attempts at coercion, or even persuasion to get jabbed.

 

Several medics have asked whether I've had my jab yet, and I've always responded that it's not my jab and I will not be having it under any circumstances. Each time, I've been like a coiled spring, ready to do battle with them over the topic, but none of them have commented further.

 

They did not even ask why - not one of them.

 

Because I'm sure they bloody well know they are complicit on the quiet in the biggest scam ever. How the hell do they live with that!

On a broadly similar topic.... I received a letter back in early/mid-February instructing me to attend for my jab on 22 Feb, but I ignored it. I've been waiting for the inevitable vaccine harassment from my GP surgery, but not a peep until this morning, when I received a call from a nice lass asking me to book an alternative slot. 

 
Call it quick or slow thinking, as I was just finishing my morning ciggy and cuppa and not at full operating temp, I said 'oh but I did have it - attended my appointment in February'. There was a silence before she said I hadn't, according to their records. But no, definitely received it, I claimed. Another silence. Oh well, must be a mistake, she said and rang off.
 
I've been bothered by this all day as I don't know why I said it - was looking forward to telling them to 'fuck the fuck off' © (copyright Mister Ziggy S), but for some reason I automatically went into fib mode. On the grand scale of things,was this a good or a bad move? 
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2 hours ago, TheOldNormal said:

This is what confuses me. It has always been accepted by everyone that the government are liars. Suddenly everyone treats what the government say as the gospel truth, simply because they claim there is a virus.

Fear does strange things to people. 

Jumping into the road to avoid someone who might have a cold for example.

Pure fear driven behaviour. 

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5 minutes ago, Dickwan said:

On a broadly similar topic.... I received a letter back in early/mid-February instructing me to attend for my jab on 22 Feb, but I ignored it. I've been waiting for the inevitable vaccine harassment from my GP surgery, but not a peep until this morning, when I received a call from a nice lass asking me to book an alternative slot. 

 
Call it quick or slow thinking, as I was just finishing my morning ciggy and cuppa and not at full operating temp, I said 'oh but I did have it - attended my appointment in February'. There was a silence before she said I hadn't, according to their records. But no, definitely received it, I claimed. Another silence. Oh well, must be a mistake, she said and rang off.
 
I've been bothered by this all day as I don't know why I said it - was looking forward to telling them to 'fuck the fuck off' © (copyright Mister Ziggy S), but for some reason I automatically went into fib mode. On the grand scale of things,was this a good or a bad move? 

I'd say good move, if they ever come back say "could have sworn I had it."

Wait it out see if they come back again.?

 

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6 minutes ago, Dickwan said:

On a broadly similar topic.... I received a letter back in early/mid-February instructing me to attend for my jab on 22 Feb, but I ignored it. I've been waiting for the inevitable vaccine harassment from my GP surgery, but not a peep until this morning, when I received a call from a nice lass asking me to book an alternative slot. 

 
Call it quick or slow thinking, as I was just finishing my morning ciggy and cuppa and not at full operating temp, I said 'oh but I did have it - attended my appointment in February'. There was a silence before she said I hadn't, according to their records. But no, definitely received it, I claimed. Another silence. Oh well, must be a mistake, she said and rang off.
 
I've been bothered by this all day as I don't know why I said it - was looking forward to telling them to 'fuck the fuck off' © (copyright Mister Ziggy S), but for some reason I automatically went into fib mode. On the grand scale of things,was this a good or a bad move? 

I’ve had my invite from GP. Not replied and not going to as the message states to reply either yes/no or had it done with the NHS. It is calling for me to follow the rule of replying so I’m not replying. I already told my workplace no and sent the adverse reactions to them. Now my GP is having a try.  I’d rather create them the extra work and slow them down. 

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7 minutes ago, Liberty said:

I’ve had my invite from GP. Not replied and not going to as the message states to reply either yes/no or had it done with the NHS. It is calling for me to follow the rule of replying so I’m not replying. I already told my workplace no and sent the adverse reactions to them. Now my GP is having a try.  I’d rather create them the extra work and slow them down. 

On reflection I'm wondering if this could be a good approach - basically fuck with them and their admin systems. On the work front I've said nowt, just let them assume I'm an obedient sheep. Bit cowardly, I know, but I feel we're in the eye of the storm and a lot is going to happen in the coming months (ie vaxxed sheep becoming ill and falling dead at an alarming rate) and it doesn't pay to play one's hand too soon eh.

 

And thanks @shadowmoon 

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11 minutes ago, Liberty said:

I’ve had my invite from GP. Not replied and not going to as the message states to reply either yes/no or had it done with the NHS. It is calling for me to follow the rule of replying so I’m not replying. I already told my workplace no and sent the adverse reactions to them. Now my GP is having a try.  I’d rather create them the extra work and slow them down. 

Don't reply, it will keep them at bay hopefully 

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5 hours ago, Pina Colada said:

I wonder what the stats are comparing how many people get a referral from their GP, since the huge reduction in waiting time, even long before covid. (Looking at the graph, since 2009 ish).

How did they dramatically reduce the numbers over that short timescale? Was it simply by making it more difficult to access treatment in the first place?

 

A very good point.

 

One thing that can be be mentioned is that, through the 2000s, the New Labour government had a big campaign to get the backlog/waiting times down with GPs, out patients and in patient/hospital appointments, it was a check box, conveyor belt, cattle market to hit targets.

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Just now, Dickwan said:

On reflection I'm wondering if this could be a good approach - basically fuck with them and their admin systems. On the work front I've said nowt, just let them assume I'm an obedient sheep. Bit cowardly, I know, but I feel we're in the eye of the storm and a lot is going to happen in the coming months (ie vaxxed sheep becoming ill and falling dead at an alarming rate) and it doesn't pay to play one's hand too soon eh.

 

And thanks @shadowmoon 

No it doesn’t. Trust your instincts.  If that is what you said without thinking then wait and see the response. They’ll be spending time chasing it up. 

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4 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

Don't reply, it will keep them at bay hopefully 

That’s what I’m thinking too. By responding no you are putting yourself on a register. 
 

and then shall just move onto someone younger. By not responding it’s a pending and more work. 

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2 hours ago, Velma said:

To eliminate a supposed virus, for which all the statistics were falsified and the mortality rate was fabricated, the government has committed cruel crimes against the populace of Britain and over-reached its power, into every aspect of our private lives. They can instruct you when it is permissible to go outside of your home, or make you stay in it. They can dictate how many people you can interact with at any given time, or none at all, if they so desire. They have made it their right to authorise what you must wear and where. They have decided when and where you can eat or drink and what time you must return home, (in countries where curfews have been enforced.) They can restrict your ability to travel freely within, or without, the borders of your own nation.

 

They can shut your work premises and compel you to work from home, while the police have been given authority to enter your property without a warrant, for alleged violations of these unlawful regulations. They can force entrepreneurs out of business and willfully destroy successful industries, creating mass unemployment or redundancy and then claim to be creating new jobs with the motto, ‘Build, Back, Better.’ They can deny your child a proper education and recreation. They can test you through trickery and trace you wherever you go, to enforce quarantine, on the bogus pretext of new ‘variants.’ They can manipulate you through deceit into being a lab-rat for experimental ‘medicine’ which they call a ‘vaccine’ for a disease which does not exist beyond the media.

Fuckers 

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7 hours 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

Sorry yes this was very clear footage of the woman from Denmark fainting or losing consciousness and it was quite dramatic,  I guess snoops lurking on here and probably elsewhere were alerted to it so took it down

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9 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Funny as all mine have generally been lower case. Except NHS.

 

Yes it is. So it’s not generic. NHS should be in caps but the others shouldn’t. 
 

or universal might be a better word than generic. 

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