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14 minutes ago, Cassady said:

My Da who's 72 phoned me on Monday from town and said that when tried to enter a pub he was asked whether he'd been tested or had the ' vaccine ' ( not sure ) . His response was ' what the fucks it got to do with you ' . The girl then asked if he had the app and his response was ' what the fucks one of them ' .  He was then asked if he had a smart phone to which his response was ' ah fuck this ' and walked off. There's still a few pubs were you can write down a jarg name and pay with cash so that's were he went.

😄 Good for him!!!!

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2 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

 

I visited them yesterday and realised this may be the last year of their lives , i hope they surprise me and dont cark it this winter but i'm mentally steeling myself for it happening

Sorry to hear that. Hope they both stat strong.

 

I have done the exact same with my grandparents. Prepared for the worse. 

 

My nans hair is falling out in chunks. I've tried telling her it might be medication she is on but she thinks I am winding her up. And i am not. 

 

They have both had second jab so It could be the vaccine. 

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it's kinda funny don't you think how no one mentions in the news facts like (if you believe of course)....

 

This virus has a survival rate of 99.777% whatever

 

That this virus is VERY similar to the flu and we're all pretty used to living with the flu!

 

That...errr the objectives have been completed... i.e. flatten curve to protect the NHS.....

 

Funny how these things never get mentioned and they just extend the fear!

 

Yeah really scary mate!

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4 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Thats the entry fee to 'their' nirvana,everything they own possibly with a guarantee of immortality,i sincerely hope ALW expires before his time

well yes but theres plenty more morons like him out there with money and in a position of control

 

i doubt very much he is a mover and shaker, more likely a sad pathetic weasel who has had a call ordering him to  say "xxxxx" or else his secrets will be leaked to the press

 

 

 

 

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May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'Fauci's WIFE is NIH Chief of Bioethics and Human Subjects Research! That means she's the one who rubber stamps exceptions to normal drug and vaccine testing. How did every news outlet on the planet miss this?'https://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/meet-our-doctors/cgrady.html

 

 

Christine Grady, MSN, PhD

 

Chief, Bioethics
Head, Section on Human Subjects Research

 

 

 

BS. Georgetown University
MSN, Boston College
PhD, Georgetown University

 

Email: [email protected] Email Icon
Phone: 301-496-2429

Dr. Christine Grady's contributions are both conceptual and empirical and are primarily in the ethics of clinical research, including informed consent, vulnerability, study design, recruitment, and international research ethics, as well as ethical issues faced by nurses and other health care providers.

Dr. Grady is a nurse-bioethicist and a senior investigator who currently serves as the Chief of the Department of Bioethics.

Dr. Grady has authored more than 175 papers in the biomedical and bioethics literature and authored or edited several books, including The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics.

She served from 2010-2017 as a Commissioner on the President’s Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. Her work is known internationally, and she has lectured widely on ethical issues in clinical research and clinical care, HIV disease, and nursing. She is an elected fellow of the Hastings Center and of the American Academy of Nursing, a senior research fellow at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine.

She holds a BS in nursing and biology from Georgetown University, a MSN. in community health nursing from Boston College, and a PhD in philosophy from Georgetown University.

She has participated in numerous intergovernmental task forces and is the recipient of several awards, including the NIH CEO Award in 2017, and the NIH Director's Award in 2015 and 2017.

See her Intramural Research Program.

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12 minutes ago, Mr H said:

it's kinda funny don't you think how no one mentions in the news facts like (if you believe of course)....

 

This virus has a survival rate of 99.777% whatever

 

That this virus is VERY similar to the flu and we're all pretty used to living with the flu!

 

That...errr the objectives have been completed... i.e. flatten curve to protect the NHS.....

 

Funny how these things never get mentioned and they just extend the fear!

 

Yeah really scary mate!

You would have thought the morons would wake up now with some time perspective on the proceedings, but no.

 

I think people have literally forgotten the "Just 3 weeks to flatten the curve" and are just fixated on that carrot, which is so close now....

 

Oh no, the Indian variant...

 

Christmas, Boris? Will we be back to normal by Christmas?

 

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12 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I feel for you Illuminator.

My daughter works in a pharmacy and her stress levels are through the roof.

Thanks bud. It's not nice like, and it's only getting worse. The pharmacy sector is the runt of nhs litter. We get shit upon left right and centre, funding cuts, no appreciation. Even when we hear the BS heroes nurses blar blar blar, pharmacies never get a mention. Even though we were the only fuckers that never closed or changed practices.

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Just now, Pina Colada said:

Keep it in the family.

Wow, sounds just like the Mob. What a coincidence.

 

 

Thats what I thought. Saw it posted by someone today ( the pic) so checked it first before posting.

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6 hours ago, GOYK said:

it wasnt a stone.....far from it...you are my people. I stand with you. My wife worked in a community pharmacy for years so i know how crazy it can. it was just a quick passing comment, your absolutely right though...when i said this reply it was a quick unthought about comment.....and your doing your best the sea of shit we find ourselves in. 

 

We all have to battle our own way and i completely respect your stance, but make no bones about it....if we end up thrown out of ''society/slavery'' and we end up in tents on a border some where.....it would be a pleasure to be your neighbour.

 

And i know its not easy..

 

you get all your bits together, drop a message to join up to your vids and website...n il  join up 

Thanks mate. Out of likes. Spot on post. 

 

I know you weren't having a go bud, maybe I was being a tad sensitive as there is still a little part of me that does feel guilty for abandoning my post. 

 

I cant wait for us all to be together in our own little community. Well I can wait.... but you know what I mean 🤣🤣🤣

 

 

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3 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

The insidious [email protected] are deliberately setting family members up to turn on each other and it sickens me.

 

My mother is 80 and has had both jabs. I've tried to dissuade her, but because she once told me this talk frightens her and she can't think about it, I agreed not to try to tell her any more.

I feel you Tinfoil I really do. My grandparents are the same age as your dear mum. If they decide to stop talking to me then it will be very painful but I'm not bottling the jab no way. 

 

What really gets on my tits are my grandparents younger relatives in their fifties. Her nieces are following the rules to a T. I won't go to family events anymore with these people. In my mind they are perpetuating the fear for my grandparents. 

 

My other nan who is a bit older hasn't spoke to me for nearly a year now because she asked me on the phone early on what I thought about the lockdown and I had the audacity to try and downplay it merely to try and settle her mind. I was only calling her to see if she needed some shopping.

 

That talk does unfortunately frighten them. I think they have lived their lives up until now and don't want to think of their "own" government doing this. I'm quite proud of myself keeping my patience and walking away whenever the topic of Rona comes up. They know my thoughts. If they were 10 to 15 years younger I'd have probably gone off at them. 

 

 

It is what it is. As you say Tinfoil we now need to brace ourselves for the upcoming war on the unvaccinated heretics. 

 

Keep strong hope you resolve it with your mum. 

 

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

 

No likes left, but this is top drawer stuff!

 

I'd clap & bang pans on my doorstep go The Bernician's courage and tenacity.

 

The only bad news (from a personal perspective) is that the one and only time I succumbed to having the annual flu jab - mithered into it by my mother by the way- was 2019, which he's confirming contained a lethal ingredient that's also in the Covid jabs. I already suspected that's what's at the back of my deterioration in health ever since!

 

Hey ho, though. We all die some time, and if I'm on my way out anyway, I've nothing to lose by at least being highly vocal.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Fluke said:

I feel you Tinfoil I really do. My grandparents are the same age as your dear mum. If they decide to stop talking to me then it will be very painful but I'm not bottling the jab no way. 

 

What really gets on my tits are my grandparents younger relatives in their fifties. Her nieces are following the rules to a T. I won't go to family events anymore with these people. In my mind they are perpetuating the fear for my grandparents. 

 

My other nan who is a bit older hasn't spoke to me for nearly a year now because she asked me on the phone early on what I thought about the lockdown and I had the audacity to try and downplay it merely to try and settle her mind. I was only calling her to see if she needed some shopping.

 

That talk does unfortunately frighten them. I think they have lived their lives up until now and don't want to think of their "own" government doing this. I'm quite proud of myself keeping my patience and walking away whenever the topic of Rona comes up. They know my thoughts. If they were 10 to 15 years younger I'd have probably gone off at them. 

 

 

It is what it is. As you say Tinfoil we now need to brace ourselves for the upcoming war on the unvaccinated heretics. 

 

Keep strong hope you resolve it with your mum. 

 

 

Thank you, and I'm sorry about your Grandparents. I think we're all in the same boat.

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just to follow up on the lancet article showing the immense bullshit claims of vaccine 95% efficacy and balancing the claims with the ARR which has Pfitzer at a realistic 0.84% and Astra 1.3%

 

heres the paper highlighting the importance of ARR (absolute risk reduction) rather than the RRR (relative risk reduction)

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanmic/article/PIIS2666-5247(21)00069-0/fulltext

 

 

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There are many lessons to learn from the way studies are conducted and results are presented. With the use of only RRRs, and omitting ARRs, reporting bias is introduced, which affects the interpretation of vaccine efficacy.

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When communicating about vaccine efficacy, especially for public health decisions such as choosing the type of vaccines to purchase and deploy, having a full picture of what the data actually show is important, and ensuring comparisons are based on the combined evidence that puts vaccine trial results in context and not just looking at one summary measure, is also important. Such decisions should be properly informed by detailed understanding of study results, requiring access to full datasets and independent scrutiny and analyses.

 

 

if you want to know about ARR, RRR and NNT check out this little explanation https://www.tldrpharmacy.com/content/absolute-risk-reduction

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24 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

Thats what I thought. Saw it posted by someone today ( the pic) so checked it first before posting.

 

It was covered here last year, but it's good to see again as there are plenty of new members.

 

There are the same set of wrong'uns in positions of power connecting everything like a malevolent spider's web. Shelob's web.

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2 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

And yet more Orwellian shit looming. Soon, we won't be able to debate or express concerns about anything, because it will be illegal.

 

"UK to introduce world first online safety laws - GOV.UK" https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-to-introduce-world-first-online-safety-laws

 

This is because of the problems created by us learning about whistle blowers and Indian Covid corpses who scratch their itchy noses etc.

 

(Meant to edit in that last comment, not quote myself!)

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The online harms regs were always a given from day one,no amount of petitions (god how i despise online petitions) no appeals from any group or otrganisation was ever going to change that,this is just the rubber stamp procedure

 

What no one is talking about though is what are we going to do when they do come for sites like this? and they will thats also a given

 

Maybe someone far more versed in the witchcraft of the intricacies of the www would care to comment?

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