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On 5/3/2021 at 7:58 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

That Michael Baker has been one of the "front tv Drs" here in NZ - apparently he was responsible for pushing St Jacinda to go from 'flattening the curve' to 'elimination' and is pushing it in Australia too... 

 

He gives me the fking creeps - got a real pedo vibe to him.

 

image.jpeg.48300b42a61c572145dbf4a685d4a514.jpegMichael Baker is quietly optimistic about the direction we are taking over Covid-19.

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1 hour ago, k_j_evans said:

You just report the test result on the website. What is interesting is that they really don't want anyone to have antibodies. If you have a negative test, they just accept it, but if you test positive for antibodies, you  have to do a second test a few weeks later to confirm it. They also say not to worry if you get a negative test and have had the vax as it doesn't mean the vax hasn't worked. So blatant!

ahh thats it.. ta

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2 hours ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

Maybe ,I personally feel TV and the media has a lot to with it .I came here in 1962 and have been told I still have a bit of an English accent .I only watch British Tv dramas ,never anything Australian because the accents sound so strange to me even after all these years .

My great grandma on mother’s side retained her Scottish accent til the day she died and she’d been here 70 years. My school friends could never understand a word she said😀

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2 hours ago, k_j_evans said:

I'm doing it - though I doubt I'll have antibodies as I haven't been ill for years. It's a blood spot test done at home, not a swab. Are you sure you weren't over 50 in the last 12 years or so and filled in one of the Biobank questionnaires or did tests? That's where the addresses come from.

 

Hi,

 

Yes, it says it's a blood spot test. Whether it gives you an instant result, similar to the diabetes blood sugar test, I don't know.

 

I have turned 50 in the last 12 years, but have very definitely never filled any such a questionnair. I've always made a point of not doing. 

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Some new thoughts on this mysterious shedding/triggering phenomena

 

Its been suggested that they are injecting nano antennas that recieve frequencies from either the musk sattelites or from local cell towers

 

Antennas function is to recieve stuff......ok, not hard to understand

Another function is to transmit that which it has just recieved. Seems to me with my amateure understanding that the signal has a limited range ie the further the reciever the less power it recieves. So the victim has to be really close i would say, like sleeping with each other all night

There have been reports of people getting rashes and things when lying close to the vaccinated

 

This here point i cant understand....

Does the unvacced person have already some nano recievers they injested somehow or.....just the ordinary aluminium particles we surely must have.

 

In order for an unvacced person to recieve frequencies shouldnt they have antennas of some kind

A nanoparticle of aluminium i say is not an antenna. Its solid metal. Solid metal is solid metal and useless fo recieving anything

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Katie's mother, Donna Wood, age 43, passed away February 21, 2021. She received the AstraZeneca vaccine at the end of January. Katie reported that Donna's health suffered significantly after the vaccine, including headaches, loss of appetite, chest pains and other symptoms.

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Some more new thoughts on the vacced transmitting frequencies....

 

If a person is transmitting frequencies...well, there are devices that can sense outgoing radiations

To know the truth of the matter just bring close this device to their body. There must be a reading and it should show a powerful beam if its going to give the alleged maladies

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On 5/3/2021 at 3:51 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Ask yourself the question, why are you still shopping at Sainsburys?

 

I get a 'big shop' delivered by Iceland (I don't drive and live by myself) and use local independent supermarkets too.

 

Haven't been anywhere near a Tesco or Asda in over a year now. I don't miss them. 😄

Sainsburys usually have at least one till with an unmasked person on it and they have never asked me to wear a mask. Asda ditto and you can pay in cash with no hassle - no door staff either (Ditto Aldi). Actually less aggro than independent greengrocer whose staff don't know the Equality Act as well.. I prefer to choose my shopping in person, not get it chosen by someone else and I like the stuff to be fresh, so Iceland is no use. Haven't been to Tesco as it is too far away.

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2 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

Sainsburys usually have at least one till with an unmasked person on it and they have never asked me to wear a mask. Asda ditto and you can pay in cash with no hassle - no door staff either (Ditto Aldi). Actually less aggro than independent greengrocer whose staff don't know the Equality Act as well.. I prefer to choose my shopping in person, not get it chosen by someone else and I like the stuff to be fresh, so Iceland is no use. Haven't been to Tesco as it is too far away.

 

I recently started buying from the local butcher and it is so much better, they also do amazing pies and rolls (buns) :)

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28 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

I recently started buying from the local butcher and it is so much better, they also do amazing pies and rolls (buns) :)

I only buy meat for the cats and none of our local butchers do the right sort of stuff - don't even sell liver or kidney. Haven't eaten a pie in more than 20 years.

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4 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

I only buy meat for the cats and none of our local butchers do the right sort of stuff - don't even sell liver or kidney. Haven't eaten a pie in more than 20 years.

 

What a sad story. :)

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