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This topic is for all general discussion regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic. There are of course numerous other related topics for discussing specific aspects of this pandemic in more detail. And there are other parts of this forum for more 'off-topic' discussions.

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6 minutes ago, IggyPopsTrousers said:

Well the GP kind of does have a point........

 

"GPs in the UK receive around £12.58 for every covid-19 injection (that’s twice the usual going rate for a vaccination – presumably to buy off any dissenters) and since two jabs are often recommended that’s £25 plus another £30 if the jab has to be given to someone in a care home.

 

So, work it out for yourself.

 

The average GP has 2,000 to 3,000 patients and so if they give 2,000 double-jabs that’s £50,000 in each doctor’s bank account.

 

Moreover, booster jabs are already planned for the autumn and I have no doubt that the injections will have to be repeated several times a year. So, that could be a bonus of £100,000 to £150,000 a year for keeping quiet about all the suspicions, reservations and side effects"  

 

Can't remember where I copied the quote from, but here's some proofhttps://www.pulsetoday.co.uk/news/coronavirus/gps-to-be-paid-12-85-per-jab-as-details-set-out-for-covid-vaccination-campaign/

 

Makes sense why they are pushing vaccines as if its candy.

 

Thanks for the link... 

( I cant take credit for your quoted post tho`that was GOYK I think.)

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11 minutes ago, Fluke said:

No surprise here then. I won't hold my breath at a public mass non compliance. They'll sell it as another carrot to dangle the normies to get back to 'normal'. I'm hoping it will go down like the tracing app. 

The proles will love this! I can see the proud Facebook selfies already....

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Fluke said:

No surprise here then. I won't hold my breath at a public mass non compliance. They'll sell it as another carrot to dangle the normies to get back to 'normal'. I'm hoping it will go down like the tracing app. 

 

 

Stupid idea. I can't see this working?

 

Wouldn't fakes just be the solution. fake QR codes of vaccinated people?

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4 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

This poor man.  It may not be a popular sentiment with all here, but I do feel sorry for him.

 

What can be said about it?  It's just awful.

How many legs were lost because of covid? 🤔

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1 hour ago, Human10 said:

I think they will be fine. Maybe more of them will catch covid (aka new variant) - our fault of course... Because we are mutating variants and viruses have nothing else to do but to kill people ;D This will be good reason for mandatory vaccination and third shot - which will kill even more people. It looks like every next shot is worse for these idiots than previous one... But of course it will only be attributed to covid and total mortality excess will help propaganda... It's campaign for years - don't expect massive graves - they are not so stupid...

Interesting this concept of blaming anyone or anything for giving them an illness. Throughout my life I have had a few nasty bugs and the last thing on my mind was trying to figure out who gave it to me. The idea itself appeared ludicrous in my mind. Now to imagine the covid clown knows who or what made him sick or even worst accepting prompts from others as to who is spreading it and throw blame there is pure hysterics. Totally unprovable and prejudicial. They just can't ride out their illness without finding blame or at least the cabal seem to think blaming others will be an easy sell. All my life the worst I heard was people jokingly suggesting a particular person gave it to them without malice or desire to get even.

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Just now, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

Interesting this concept of blaming anyone or anything for giving them an illness. Throughout my life I have had a few nasty bugs and the last thing on my mind was trying to figure out who gave it to me. The idea itself appeared ludicrous in my mind. Now to imagine the covid clown knows who or what made him sick or even worst accepting prompts from others as to who is spreading it and throw blame there is pure hysterics. Totally unprovable and prejudicial. They just can't ride out their illness without finding blame or at least the cabal seem to think blaming others will be an easy sell. All my life the worst I heard was people jokingly suggesting a particular person gave it to them without malice or desire to get even.

I had always someone coughing on my back in he bus and knew I'll be sick within few days 🤣

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1 minute ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

This poor man.  It may not be a popular sentiment with all here, but I do feel sorry for him.

 

What can be said about it?  It's just awful.

Agreed, it's a very sad story. It's good at least to see a paper putting a story like this on the front page, even if it is just a local paper. 

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2 minutes ago, Human10 said:

Interesting this concept of blaming anyone or anything for giving them an illness.

Plays a part in the divide and conquer agenda. Also adds to the social pressure to get people to accept the poison.  Remember our caring gov was pushing the riches for snitches program. GMB thought this was a great idea.  Just because you have the intelligence not to blame someone else for your illness, be aware that this methodology will be used to separate the jabbed from the unjabbed.  How else will they explain the damage they have caused?

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Well there's a school of thought that the winter '19 flu jab was a bit of a test run for the Covid jab. 

 

I think it's just speculation as I've not seen any whistle-blowers.

 

I know that's the one time I had it after refusing it for years, and then had a runny nose for 7 months. This year I've had multiple health issues - hormonal, as in desperately low iron, then vit D, then calcium, potassium & magnesium, despite having a healthy diet. I don't know for sure if there's a connection, but It wouldn't surprise me & I surely regret taking that shot.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

MOD NOTE

 

Thread title: Coronavirus Mega Thread

 

To ALL: stick to the topic at hand and quit the bickering and personal arguing.

 

 

 

Within minutes of my last public warning, I've had to remove more 'off-topic' posts.

 

If this continues, I am going to assume that some individuals are just looking to derail this thread, and action will be taken.

 

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2 minutes ago, Human10 said:

Good old times when people didn't sue anyone for coughing...  

40 years ago it was the gays that were the lepers during the AIDS hysteria. The gay plague they called it. All the worst because in order to get pharma to get working on a cure the gays invented the heterosexual transmission narrative which backfired and made them more hated. These pharma clowns have been playing with our head a very long time. That AIDS pandemic was another instance of PCR fraud.

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11 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

Only just noticed this at bottom of web article. Why anyone would take medical advice from a newspaper editor I do not know. -

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@Ergo Storm

Does one have better chances with an "unlikely outcome" or with a "rare occurance?"

 

Wonder how many variants of "rare" they will use.

 

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7 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

Does one have better chances with an "unlikely outcome" or with a "rare occurance?"

 

Wonder how many variants of "rare" they will use.

 

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🤣🤣🤣 good question! Probably even more definitions in a law dictionary.

 

Before long, extreme side effects will have 'limited availability' (only 99 in 100 customers will receive them).

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9 minutes ago, TwopackShugar said:

i doubt it seems like they follow Man's Law not Nature Law

 

Yeah, you're right - they're just order followers mostly. Occasionally you can see police, etc. that look ashamed of what they're doing (not this video specifically). The ones with consciences presumably end up quitting or being forced out.

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