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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

truthers say the eleet will only drop a virus if they already have the antidote. problem reaction solution.

2 years for a vaccine means they haven't got the antidote.

bill gates funding 80 companies to make a vaccine means they haven't got the antidote.

I would say that Gates funding 80 companies to make a vaccine is a charade, show business.  My best bet is that Gates and his mates have a 'vaccine' that they've had ready to go for years, but needed the excuse to give it to everyone. 

Sooner or later, one of these companies will come out ahead, that will be the one with the years old 'vaccine' that Gatesy boy has had ready to go.

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52 minutes ago, Velma said:

The US Centers for Disease Control is asking states to get rid of red tape to allow distribution of a potential vaccine by 1 November

Under the scenario being planned for, a vaccine would be rolled out for certain groups days before the US election

 

Hmm yeah not a coincidence that were seeing a ramping up of immunity passport marketing all of a sudden then.

 

I'm delighted it's getting so much backlash. Hopefully the shit is going to hit fan for them in a big way very soon. 

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14 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Filthy Fauci gets bitch slapped.

 

 

I do get a bit annoyed with "Viable TV" videos because their cropping/framing and editing is a bit amateurish and poor picture quality, and from the few videos I've seen they almost never have a link to the originals or give an indication of when the event(s) took place and have over dramatic click bait titles. 
 

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4 minutes ago, Kala Namak said:

I do get a bit annoyed with "Viable TV" videos because their cropping/framing and editing is a bit amateurish and poor picture quality, and from the few videos I've seen they almost never have a link to the originals or give an indication of when the event(s) took place and have over dramatic click bait titles. 
 

 

True point taken, was from 2 months ago. Still is a good video.


Reminds me of Ron Paul grilling Alan Greenspan or Benarke , although I dont trust Rand Paul.

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On 9/2/2020 at 1:54 PM, Golden Retriever said:

Rik Mayall's last UK film before he died was a low budget independent film, called One By One.

 

He must have known about the UN depopulation agenda.

 

This is a trailer and the second video is the full film.  When worth watching, not for the acting which is amateur imo but for the

message.

 

 

 

 

 

What did he die of?

 

The press say a heart attack. I doubt it.

 

The Coroner said his death was inconclusive and further tests were needed.

 

No media outlet afaik has reported on the results of the addtitional tests.

 

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http://web.archive.org/web/20140725051631/http://www.currybet.net/cbet_blog/2005/10/to-work-at-the-bbc-you-have-to.php

 

 

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19 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

True point taken, was from 2 months ago. Still is a good video.


Reminds me of Ron Paul grilling Alan Greenspan or Benarke , although I dont trust Rand Paul.

The video has some ok bits in it, but I don't think I could recommend it to folk "sitting on the fence" because of it's sketchy editing and poor quality. 

 

While in search of the original (which I still haven't found yet and cba to look any more), I did find two different takes on the same exchange, one says "Rand Paul embarrasses himself" and the other "Dr Rand Paul schools Dr Fauci". They can't both be right can they? I did notice that both of the videos that claimed that Paul won the exchange didn't include Fauci's response, which is a bit unbalanced. 

 


 

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14 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

What did he die of?

 

The press say a heart attack. I doubt it.

 

The Coroner said his death was inconclusive and further tests were needed.

 

No media outlet afaik has reported on the results of the addtitional tests.

 

20051003sun.jpg

 

http://web.archive.org/web/20140725051631/http://www.currybet.net/cbet_blog/2005/10/to-work-at-the-bbc-you-have-to.php

 

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40 minutes ago, Kala Namak said:

The video has some ok bits in it, but I don't think I could recommend it to folk "sitting on the fence" because of it's sketchy editing and poor quality. 

 

While in search of the original (which I still haven't found yet and cba to look any more), I did find two different takes on the same exchange, one says "Rand Paul embarrasses himself" and the other "Dr Rand Paul schools Dr Fauci". They can't both be right can they? I did notice that both of the videos that claimed that Paul won the exchange didn't include Fauci's response, which is a bit unbalanced. 


 

 

A better copy.

 

Of course politrix you are going to get a different view point. I thought overall Rand Paul clearly slapped him & made hard points, but then went into one about protests & Fauci's opinion, like you are going to actually get the weasels real opinion.

 

Faucis opinion changes depending on the weather, he knows chloroquine is a treatment & also stated Masks are a waste of time.

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4 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

Faucis opinion changes depending on the weather, he knows chloroquine is a treatment & also stated Masks are a waste of time.

Fauci says that he doesn't like to play politics and that he speaks purely as a public health official and a scientist. Well he sure does know how to speak like a fkin politician using evasive double speak and vague carefully worded statements in built in "plausible" deniability.

 

I wouldn't mind so much if we didn't have people all over the world hanging on his every word and basing their disgusting and disastrous public health policy on his "advice".

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2 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

Does anyone else see the mask subliminal in this advert?

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au0UW9f3DmY

yep ive noticed a lot of weird adverts recently, im desperately trying to find one on youtube, ive only seen it once, it was a military advert, something about 166 years and the nightingale hospital, if anyone finds it plz let me know

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1 hour ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

Does anyone else see the mask subliminal in this advert?

 

 

 

 

 

Thats definately a way to see that 

 

And i see it as encouraging people to stop making do with the restrictions and replicating their normal lives within the confines of their homes but do what it needed to get back out there

The Aa are personification of the new normal, the techocrasy

The new normal is saying is it a rescue

 

 

 

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An excellent speech by Liberal Democrat MP for the state of Victoria, David Limbrick. He speaks out against the restriction of rights and "state sanctioned bullying" being perpetrated under the guise of keeping people "safe". He calls on the Australian government to recognise that lockdown has not worked, to take ownership for the harm caused and put an end to it. If only we had politicians speaking out like this in the UK.

 

 

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Have you played Corona World yet? It's the hot new online game from German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF where you play a nurse who has to go shopping while being assaulted by joggers, party people, preppers and highly contagious children. So what do you do? You stomp them to death, of course! Fun for all ages!

 

https://playcoronaworld.com/

 

 

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I'm not sure if anyone else posted this, but I haven't seen it:
 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-54010432

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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said it is "common sense to move in the direction of digital IDs" as part of efforts to fight coronavirus.

 

Mr Blair said there should be a record kept by the government of those vaccinated against the virus.

 

The government recently set out plans to change laws to enable the use of digital identity across the UK.

 

As prime minister, Mr Blair launched a compulsory ID card scheme, but it was scrapped by the coalition government.

 

Speaking to the BBC's Newscast podcast, he said that once a coronavirus vaccine is in use "you're going to want a record of the fact you've been vaccinated".

 

"You'll want a record kept by the government of who's been vaccinated - this will be essential, again, to restoring confidence," he added.

 

The former PM argued that improvements in technology meant privacy issues "can be dealt with".

 

"You don't need a large amount of information," he said adding: "People give a lot more information to their supermarkets than they do to the government."

 

Responding to Mr Blair's comments, Silkie Carlo, Director of Big Brother Watch - a civil liberties campaign group - said: "The idea of digital ID and vaccination checks could easily lead to a health apartheid that few would expect of a democratic country.

 

"Digital IDs would lead to sensitive records spanning medical, work, travel, and biometric data about each and every one of us being held at the fingertips of authorities and state bureaucrats.

 

"This dangerous plan would normalise identity checks, increase state control over law abiding citizens and create a honey pot for cybercriminals."

 

Mr Blair's comments come after the government announced plans to update existing laws on identity checking to allow digital identity "to be used as widely as possible".

 

It is does not propose resurrecting the ID card scheme, but is "exploring how secure checks could be made against government data," according to the government announcement.

 

Digital Infrastructure Minister Matt Warman said: "Digital technology is helping us through the pandemic and continues to improve the way we live, work and access vital services.

 

"We want to make it easier for people to prove their identity securely online so transactions can become even quicker - it has the potential to add billions to our economy."

 

Mr Blair was a keen advocate of ID cards for all UK citizens, as a way of combating terrorism after 9/11, but it was later billed as an "entitlement card" to combat benefit fraud and illegal workers.

 

The former PM has argued since leaving office that ID cards are the only way to combat illegal immigration.

 

The ID card scheme began its rollout in November 2009, under Gordon Brown's premiership, but was scrapped in 2010 by the Conservative/Lib Dem coalition government which saw it as an infringement of civil liberties.

 

 

It's common sense to do what we've always wanted to do, but knew we would encounter too much opposition.

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