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5 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

The NHS has left a loophole through which people can see who has been vaccinated which they have probably done deliberately so that employers can check on employees or potential employees which is more of the soft kill approach:

 

 

I don't know about you guys, but my medical records are confidential and if not, why not?

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3 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Just heard on the radio that Runshaw College, near me, is closed because of Covid, and they say some cases are the Indian variant. So cute more monkeyshine in my neck of the woods. 😖

 

How do they even know though? How have the cases actually been tested for it? what lab?

 

Its BS scaremongering by the scum media.

 

I had the misfortune to catch North West tonight. Big outbreak Bolton way too. The BBCs words were...

 

"We believe some cases are the Indian variant... but we are not quite sure" 

 

So you don't know then, so don't speculate.

 

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Quick story - Young guy in a fancy suit knocked on my door today trying to get me to switch electricity providers

 

He was wearing a visor

 

My god he looked a twat

 

Was tempted to take a photo but thought better of it

 

But it's not all doom and gloom, had a plumber visit the house a few weeks ago and he didn't wear either a face nappy or visor and had no problem chatting with me up close, so there's hope.

 

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13 minutes ago, Mr Chinnery said:

 

How do they even know though? How have the cases actually been tested for it? what lab?

 

Its BS scaremongering by the scum media.

 

I had the misfortune to catch North West tonight. Big outbreak Bolton way too. The BBCs words were...

 

"We believe some cases are the Indian variant... but we are not quite sure" 

 

So you don't know then, so don't speculate.

 

 

I still don't understand, how do they know from a test which variant it is? Nobody seems to be able to tell me, which gives me reason to label it bullshit.

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3 minutes ago, Martin1234 said:

 

I still don't understand, how do they know from a test which variant it is? Nobody seems to be able to tell me, which gives me reason to label it bullshit.

its real simple actually you see... Get You're self a Rt PCR test running 40 cycles, walk up to any demographic of people test them and boom new variant. 

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1 hour ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

 

Karen is just a term to describe someone who has been taken in by Covid propaganda and gone to utterly ludicrous extremes like the woman in that video clearly has, I don't believe the term Karen is as bad as some of the others. How would you suggest I react to someone like that ??

 

For someone who believes in acceptance and unconditional love you sure are a patronising sort aren't you ??

One of my best buddies is called Karen. I also use the term Karen to describe the uptight mask wearers who complain to the Tesco manager I'm not wearing a face nappy, for example. Or the uptight constant time of the month nagging cow who gives someone a written warning for turning up 3 minutes late.

 

Anyway here are some good Karens

 

First nameEdit

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, Velma said:

I don't know about you guys, but my medical records are confidential and if not, why not?

 

nope your medical records will be held in the cloud where anyone with the know-how can access them:

NHS will get shared care records by September 2021, says Matt Hancock

The health secretary sets September 2021 target for shared care records roll-out, and wants to explore potential of moving patient data being held in proprietary systems to the cloud

By Lis Evenstad
Published: 18 Mar 2021 12:00

Every local area will have a basic shared care record in place by September 2021, health secretary Matt Hancock has promised.

https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252498076/NHS-will-get-shared-care-records-by-September-2021-says-Matt-Hancock

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3 hours ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

Quick story - Young guy in a fancy suit knocked on my door today trying to get me to switch electricity providers

 

He was wearing a visor

 

My god he looked a twat

 

Was tempted to take a photo but thought better of it

 

But it's not all doom and gloom, had a plumber visit the house a few weeks ago and he didn't wear either a face nappy or visor and had no problem chatting with me up close, so there's hope.

 

The sheer amount of nasty stuff that plumbers are exposed to on a daily basis means they're immune from just about anything.

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44 minutes ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

But it's not all doom and gloom, had a plumber visit the house a few weeks ago and he didn't wear either a face nappy or visor and had no problem chatting with me up close, so there's hope.

 

I don't wear a mask for my clients and many people don't mind. If i have an old person and they're doing the whole mask thing and moving nervously as if they think you might have some deadly disease I will out of curtesy tie a rag around my face

 

I'm not using medical type masks. I have a square rag that i fold in half and then tie around my face that makes me look like a bandit which i think is in itself a bit of a reality-hack because its not what people are used to seeing and they might think i'm taking the piss....which i am

 

Its like 'yeah i'm ticking the box so you can't pull me up but i'm clearly not taking this all seriously'

 

If i can come up with something even more absurd i might do that instead like wear a goldfish bowl over my head or something like that. But you've got to play it straight....totally serious...

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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

nope your medical records will be held in the cloud where anyone with the know-how can access them:

In the USA, the latest craze is electronic check in. For example, if you're scheduled for a hospital visit, or an appointment with a doctor, they send an email a week ahead of time. Attached to the same is a long questionnaire detailing every ailment or drug you're taking, plus info about immediate family members. Just before you submit the form, there's a consent page. If you click 'agree' the private company that runs the service gets your permission to share your data with pharmaceutical companies and other 'partners' who will send you information about products you 'might be interested in.'

 

It's data mining; medical data mining and it is worth a fortune. What's more, they don't have to pay you for it because people have consented. It's a dirty trick and is becoming widespread.

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Just watched the WTAF podcast and at around 17 minutes they talk about how more people have died of these covid injections in the last 4 months in the US then all the vaccinations between 1997 and 2013....

 

But here's the problem....the way the lamestream media are playing this is that they only mention isolated cases. For example the other day the daily mail did a story about a 35 year old mother who died 11 days after taking the covid jab.

 

But they don't report ALL the deaths like the UK column does from the MHRA data. This way the reader will likely only see it as a rare and isolated case and won't realise the enormity of the damage being caused

 

Its kinda like lying by omission

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

nope your medical records will be held in the cloud where anyone with the know-how can access them:

NHS will get shared care records by September 2021, says Matt Hancock

The health secretary sets September 2021 target for shared care records roll-out, and wants to explore potential of moving patient data being held in proprietary systems to the cloud

By Lis Evenstad
Published: 18 Mar 2021 12:00

Every local area will have a basic shared care record in place by September 2021, health secretary Matt Hancock has promised.

https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252498076/NHS-will-get-shared-care-records-by-September-2021-says-Matt-Hancock

I don't think this message has much merit to be honest

 

Your choice has been saved.

Your confidential patient information will not be shared for research and planning.

You can update your choice at any time using this service.

NHS

From: [email protected]

 

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2 hours ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

 

It isn't anger at all, I find types like her funny and quite pathetic in all honesty. What would you suggest I do ?? Go and hug her ?? Try and talk some sense to her ??? I'm sure she'd listen.

I understand what you're saying about divide and rule and personally I don't agree with terms like sheeple or calling other people zombies/braindead etc. but sometimes you have to just laugh at others behaviour

Agree. And to be honest name calling should be the least of our worries at the moment this is our biggest test. I'm not going to self censor for anybody. 

 

This is the only outlet for some and me Included, and while it shouldn't be used purely to spew hatred at the normies, (which it isn't really in my case, I've been done with them for over a year now)if people don't like terms they really should just move along from that post or ignore the user in question. 

 

It's good to keep the thread free flowing with information for users that may be lurking for information but I think some people need to realise that a lot of what they perceive to be "hate" is purely frustration at the utter fuckery we have all had to deal with this past year. I can only speak for myself, but if someone here is letting off steam I think people should really bare that in mind and cut them some slack instead of taking it personally. We are all beyond this nonsense. 

 

On a lighter note I have noticed a lot less people wearing masks in shops. Saw a middle aged man without a mask in the corner shop and just turned around and said "hi mate how ya doing". And he said "you alright mate". Birth face alliance! 

 

Not sure if he was a crackhead or a gypsy but another man fully masked up looked about he was about to rob the place got close behind me, think he wanted to jump in front. I'm wondering if he was trying to assert his masculinity and felt threatened because I was showing my birthface. I didn't let him jump in front and went on as normal but he was like 3 inches away from me. 

 

Strange dodgy characters about yesterday was definitely something in the air yesterday.

 

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Just to be clear also that those referring to the division being part of the plan have a point also and should also be kept in the back of our minds. Nothing wrong with questioning people on here but getting hung up on words and names come on. Won't say anything more on the matter. 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

In the USA, the latest craze is electronic check in. For example, if you're scheduled for a hospital visit, or an appointment with a doctor, they send an email a week ahead of time. Attached to the same is a long questionnaire detailing every ailment or drug you're taking, plus info about immediate family members. Just before you submit the form, there's a consent page. If you click 'agree' the private company that runs the service gets your permission to share your data with pharmaceutical companies and other 'partners' who will send you information about products you 'might be interested in.'

 

well you know where all that technocracy crap is coming from...

As the NHS franks mail, Israel uses state-of-the-art digital messaging to execute vaccine drive

The paperless system stands in contrast with the NHS model, where patients book a vaccination once they receive a letter

By James Rothwell in Jerusalem 12 January 2021 • 6:00pm

Across Britain, thousands of pensioners have received bewildering letters from the NHS, asking them to drive for up to 45 minutes to receive a coronavirus vaccine.

The letters are often delayed, do not arrive at all, or may even land on the doorstep of someone who has passed away. 

But 3,000 miles away in Israel, a radically different approach has led to 20 per cent of the population receiving the jab – and without healthcare workers needing to lick a single envelope.

The paperless system uses a text messaging service, mobile phone app and a cohort of multilingual health workers to badger patients into booking a vaccine appointment as soon as possible.

Run by the country's Health Maintenance Organisations [HMOs], public health providers which Israelis are legally required to join, it means in theory that no one falls through the cracks.

“We have a central text messaging system connected to the app which sends them a text message saying they are eligible and links them back to the app to make an appointment,” explained Dr John Borowski, a director at Maccabi, one of four HMOs in Israel.

 
“They can make an appointment without needing to talk to a human being.” There are several stages to the contact system, which begins with a text message but can then escalate to a phone call with a carer or relative, even one based overseas, if the patient fails to respond.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/british-gps-lick-stamps-israel-uses-state-of-the-art-digital/

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4 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Strange dodgy characters about yesterday was definitely something in the air yesterday.

 

Had a guy cross the road to avoid me today, so I crossed over myself to his side, as I got close I started to scratch myself like I had fleas as well as as asymptomatic-covid..  His face 🤣

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8 minutes ago, Shake said:

I don't think this message has much merit to be honest

 

Your choice has been saved.

Your confidential patient information will not be shared for research and planning.

You can update your choice at any time using this service.

NHS

From: [email protected]

 

 

barrie trower explains from about 12 mins 30 secs onwards about the wifi 'mesh' cloud and how nothing will be private

 

 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

or want access to certain amenities. That will increase when it becomes more difficult to obtain necessities, like medical treatment

Lack of 'medical treatment' is more likely to be a boon than a disaster. In a few years time it will be synonymous with euthanasia and organ harvesting.

 

Even today, when oldsters are unlucky enough to fall into the hands of the quacks, their life expectancy is usually to be measured in months and weeks instead of years.

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5 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

Had a guy cross the road to avoid me today, so I crossed over myself to his side, as I got close I started to scratch myself like I had fleas as well as as asymptomatic-covid..  His face 🤣

Haha. I sometimes do that as well. Is that a symptom then? Might have to steal that idea.  I'm around my grandparents and this town is full of covidions 😂

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3 minutes ago, pete675 said:

Lack of 'medical treatment' is more likely to be a boon than a disaster. In a few years time it will be synonymous with euthanasia and organ harvesting.

 

Even today, when oldsters are unlucky enough to fall into the hands of the quacks, their life expectancy is usually to be measured in months and weeks instead of years.

 

Every cloud has a silver lining.

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1 hour ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

Quick story - Young guy in a fancy suit knocked on my door today trying to get me to switch electricity providers

 

He was wearing a visor

 

My god he looked a twat

 

Was tempted to take a photo but thought better of it

 

But it's not all doom and gloom, had a plumber visit the house a few weeks ago and he didn't wear either a face nappy or visor and had no problem chatting with me up close, so there's hope.

 

Don't blame him - some folks could kill poor guy if he didn't wear one 🤣

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15 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

well you know where all that technocracy crap is coming from...

As the NHS franks mail, Israel uses state-of-the-art digital messaging to execute vaccine drive

The paperless system stands in contrast with the NHS model, where patients book a vaccination once they receive a letter

By James Rothwell in Jerusalem 12 January 2021 • 6:00pm

Across Britain, thousands of pensioners have received bewildering letters from the NHS, asking them to drive for up to 45 minutes to receive a coronavirus vaccine.

The letters are often delayed, do not arrive at all, or may even land on the doorstep of someone who has passed away. 

But 3,000 miles away in Israel, a radically different approach has led to 20 per cent of the population receiving the jab – and without healthcare workers needing to lick a single envelope.

The paperless system uses a text messaging service, mobile phone app and a cohort of multilingual health workers to badger patients into booking a vaccine appointment as soon as possible.

Run by the country's Health Maintenance Organisations [HMOs], public health providers which Israelis are legally required to join, it means in theory that no one falls through the cracks.

“We have a central text messaging system connected to the app which sends them a text message saying they are eligible and links them back to the app to make an appointment,” explained Dr John Borowski, a director at Maccabi, one of four HMOs in Israel.

 
“They can make an appointment without needing to talk to a human being.” There are several stages to the contact system, which begins with a text message but can then escalate to a phone call with a carer or relative, even one based overseas, if the patient fails to respond.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/british-gps-lick-stamps-israel-uses-state-of-the-art-digital/

Wow.. very efficient. Late 'conspiracy theorist' Barry Chamish was indubitably right when he suggested that ordinary Israelis would be the victims of the NWO.

 

The cabal has contempt for them as well, as shown by the fact that among  the states with biggest gaps between rich and poor are Britain, the US.. and Israel.

 

The real villains are vanishingly small in number.. Sabatean Frankist followers of the Lurianic cabbala?

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1 hour ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

Quick story - Young guy in a fancy suit knocked on my door today trying to get me to switch electricity providers

 

He was wearing a visor

 

My god he looked a twat

 

Was tempted to take a photo but thought better of it

 

But it's not all doom and gloom, had a plumber visit the house a few weeks ago and he didn't wear either a face nappy or visor and had no problem chatting with me up close, so there's hope.

 

Two geezers came round earlier measuring space for a potential sofa delivery. The delight on their faces when I told them they were fine to remove their face nappies was to behold. Actually , I couldn't see their delight until said face masks were removed but you get my drift. 

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