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4 hours ago, Velma said:

Harry and Megan, two more useless celebrity headline grabbers, claim, "We will not be able to truly recover until everyone, everywhere, has equal access to the vaccine."

 

These millionaires care so much about the poor, "We are inviting you to contribute whatever you can to bring vaccines to families in the world's most vulnerable places.

Seriously? I thought Gates was doing that already. Also, weren't they supposed to be chasing a quiet life away from the headlines?

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4 minutes ago, Liberty said:

I used to have to sit with my great great grandmother every Saturday. A bit boring at times but she had a massive garden with everything you could eat in it.  The plums were never ending supply and hid a pathway to the park behind it. A bit like a secret garden. Sometimes I was allowed to take a friend with me. 
 

anyway, she hated doctors and pharma.  Never took any medication and had a colourful language although only about six stone ringing wet in appearance and used to ration the quality streets so I didn’t end up as fat as “Maria” down the road.  It was a nightmare breaking her will so I could have another quality street!

 

I always what she knew. She knew a lot but didn’t go into any detail. There was a reason she hated doctors and pharma so much. She passed away when I was 16 so didn’t explain anything other than she hated them.  I think she lived through something similar to what we are seeing today. I wish I would be able to have a conversation with her now. 

 

Could it have been the "Spanish" "flu"?

 

Lovely story btw, what wonderful memories for you to have!!!

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4 hours ago, k_j_evans said:

Laundry blue aka blue bag makes your whites whiter, but I'm sure is actually an iron salt, not methylene and doesn't disinfect anything, Often used to make a horse's white socks whiter for a show, too

Is that what my mum used to call 'Dolly Blue'? She used to buy it from the rag and bone man (along with donkey stones) and it came in small muslin bags. She added it to the weekly wash.

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4 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

Could it have been the "Spanish" "flu"?

 

Lovely story btw, what wonderful memories for you to have!!!

Yes and she had lived through both wars. She had probably seen the same psychological manipulation as we are today.  The doctor said her medical notes was the thinnest he had ever seen and I knew why because she hated them. 

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1 minute ago, Liberty said:

Yes and she had lived through both wars. She had probably seen the same psychological manipulation as we are today.  The doctor said her medical notes was the thinnest he had ever seen and I knew why because she hated them. 

No doubt why she lived till a ripe old age, able to look after herself by the sounds of it!!!

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5 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

No doubt why she lived till a ripe old age, able to look after herself by the sounds of it!!!

When you think all those years back without the internet and they were what we would now call awake.  Very lucky to have had my grandmothers in my life. Both were strong women. 

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21 hours ago, KingKitty said:

More and more shops/businesses around me giving out freebies to those whom have had the Almighty Shot. I suppose they did the same thing to get folks to take the polio vaccine, too. 😏

 

 

These shops and business dishing out freebies to those who've had the jab are encouraging people to get the jab - they're part of the problem too :(

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4 hours ago, SimonTV said:

The most selfish throughout this whole thing have been the boomers in my opinion. They left their parents to die in care homes and then all rushed to get a vaccine so they could travel. Regardless of shedding their infertility on to their children and other adults younger than them. 

 

I even had one say, oh well I have had my children now, I don't care if i am infertile. 

 

They are also the worst NPC of the lot with their dirty masks and stupid over the top social distancing. 

No, it's the younger ones around 45 or so. I'm a boomer (I think) and I've never worn a mask or bothered about distancing. For my age group, our parents died probably 15-20 years ago - or more (mine were born during the first world war) and were more likely to have lived at home than today's elderly. It may depend on class and area more than age

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4 hours ago, Fluke said:

Grown up with the television and had years of propaganda. I actually think you are right. 

 

It was the boomer types out clapping wasn't it. Early to late 60s seem to be the worse. 

 

I also find the middle aged "ard men" contemptable at this point. Strutting around with their masks in the street. They are just completely apathetic with what they are doing. Its to fight the Rona, innit. 

 

 

Nah, round here it was the younger ones with school age kids who were encouraged to do rainbow graffiti on the walls and windows - retch!

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Eventually received a response from my MP when I raised conflict of interest in MHRA approving a vaccine after receiving 980k in funding from B&M Gates (who fund the very same so called vaccine)..... as you can see it does not address the issue raised whatsoever! I’ve responded suggesting a meeting... 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

No, it's the younger ones around 45 or so. I'm a boomer (I think) and I've never worn a mask or bothered about distancing. For my age group, our parents died probably 15-20 years ago - or more (mine were born during the first world war) and were more likely to have lived at home than today's elderly. It may depend on class and area more than age

That'll be my age group and yes, all the toss pots doin the school run with their masks on.

But it's also the older generation, and the Gen z's too, they are militant mask wearers too.

It's basically everyone, except a smattering across the age groups I guess.

 

I feel most sorry for the kids who have no chance of seeing through the bs, unless someone has told them.

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3 hours ago, Martin1234 said:

I read invermectin destroys DARPA hydrogel in the swabs. This is probably in the vaccine too.

 

Where can we get this in the UK. I'm not vaccinated, but my daughter and gf have had a test.

 

You can buy ivermectin from online pharmacies (and vets) and legally import into UK. Try a forum like pharmacyreviewer.co to see which ones are reputable. With most you can pay with bitcoin or by bank transfer. You want 12mg tablets - the ones for guinea pigs etc are (I think) only 3mg but easy enough to get from online pet shops or ebay

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