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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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14 minutes ago, Marky78 said:

I've not seen that. Do you have any links? Thanks.

 

Alright there are more this is just the only one i can find on the mega thread(sorry Mod if this shouldnt be here) maybe you can find more about this in the magnets sticking to arm thread, personally i havent checked the section out yet...

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1 minute ago, SimonTV said:

 

 

Is it because this thread is too long and causing resource problems? I have seen that happen before on forums and usually they just created a new thread of the same name, might work here. If we put those topics in to another thread what is this thread for then?

 

There is a big message in green at the top of every page of this thread.

 

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.

 

There is also a 'recommended post' that I created which has links to other topics here focusing on certain aspects of this mega-thread for further detailed discussion.

 

 

The issue is NOT with resource problems, or anything like that. It is to do with people just 'dumping' stuff into this mega-thread, especially when there is a seperate topic already covering such material/content in detail.

 

The 'mega-thread' is for general discussion of this Covid-19 stuff. I'm just trying as a moderator to keep things organised, and I wish that some people would think before they post.

 

Thats all!

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People in the States were releived when OSHA ruled that employers demanding vaccination were to be held accountable is staff suffered adverse effects.

 

Now they've done an about turn. How shitty is that!

 

"OSHA Pulls Guidance Stating Employers May Be Held Liable For 'Adverse Reactions' If They Mandate Vaxx" https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/79992/osha-pulls-guidance-stating-employers-may-be-held-liable-for-adverse-reactions-if-they-mandate.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

 

It's so transparent. Even if anyone is still brainwashed enough to believe we've had a pandemic for the last 18 months, they only have to look in the history books to find the last one. 1968/9. That's over 50 years ago. But none of the brainwashed are going to question it when the 'next one' arrives within the next five years.

 

 

I guess this will be the excuse to go into peoples bank account and seize their money.

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This article suggests that the numbers who have resisted the jab look good for creating a problem in the bastards' plan to implement the Covid Passport.

 

They're going after the younger section of the population now though as we know, and the number of refusals will be very important to this 

 

They're more precious given the longer term prospect for repeat money spinning.

 

"Millions of under-50s in England to refuse “Covid-19 vaccination”?" https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/79991/millions-of-under50s-in-england-to-refuse-covid19.html

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1 hour ago, Marky78 said:

I have seen videos and talk of magnets sticking to the injection sites of 'vaxxed' people for a while now but completely believed they were fake.

I have since tried it myself on my partner and my parents who have had the jab.

It does stick to their arm/shoulder. In fact it actually sticks to both arms! ??

I tried it on myself and can get it to stick mildy on one shoulder (I've not had the jab).

Its sticks to one shoulder on my 15yr daughter (not had jab).

It doesn't stick to 10yr son (again not had jab).

 

What is this about?

I'm assuming it is a natural phenomenon but unsure yet as to why.

 

Try it on yourself guys (assuming most of you have not had the jab).

I was thinking about trying the same thing ;) Had you ever been tested?

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6 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

Did you mention anyone....I havent picked faults as I havent seen who your definitions are. ...and agreed no-one is perfect 😳 🤔

I didn't because I was taken off piste slightly from my original post by Mr 2pac, as he misinterpreted my original post regarding what leadership is..... and I accepted to go off piste with him in my response.

 

Seems to be interpreted as some kind of a ruler which is not what was intended.

 

 

Leadership for me is really two fold. Leadership of one self. And also leadership of groups.

 

Seems to be the latter that people are a bit adverse to. If you have 1000 people, and not one leader, just practically how would you get the job done? It doesn't have to mean this individual has more power or whatever over anyone, it just means they have a different role to play. They usually have different personality traits also, e.g can take criticism, have vision, understand people - very rare to have these combinations, so those of this type need to come to the fore (just my opinion)

 

There are lots of examples of leaders who can organise people to get a job done. If I had to just come up with one off the top off my head I would say that Phil Jackson is a good example of a leader in this context. EDIT Clive Woodward was also excellent too.(got sporting examples on my mind at the mo!)

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53 minutes ago, lshapedroom said:

Just read a comment in the Daily Mail about BBC DJ Lisa Shaw who has died aged 44, the comments have been moderated, says that she died from complications after having a blood clot two weeks after having the Covid vaccine, RIP.

I think we are now at a pivotal moment, I think the Vax push will be ramped up to a new level to try and capture as many of the under 40s as they can before mid June, when people from the under 60's start getting ill and maybe dying then the herd will get spooked. The Indian variant is now the key to the next stage....has the Indian variant sufficiently scared enough younger people into getting the vax? I've a feeling that within 2 weeks we will be back under severe lockdown with the vax being the key to release.

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4 hours ago, FrankVitali said:

Errrrrr...

 

 

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Thanks. Have you got the proper link for this?  Ace 1 and and ace 2 control your blood pressure. Ace 2 narrows blood vessels and releases hormones that can raise your blood pressure. This is what blood pressure medication does for those prescribed it and dangerous for anyone with normal blood pressure. ( people who take these meds offer experience constant cough and can get hyperkalemia.  I know that’s veering off your point but it jumped out at me. Your BP is not something to be messing about with. Vaso dilation and construction is necessary for life. 
 

edit: blood pressure medication stops ace 1 converting to ace is what I mean. They’re talking of an ace 2 antibody which is essentially the same thing. 

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8 minutes ago, Outsider said:

I think we are now at a pivotal moment, I think the Vax push will be ramped up to a new level to try and capture as many of the under 40s as they can before mid June, when people from the under 60's start getting ill and maybe dying then the herd will get spooked. The Indian variant is now the key to the next stage....has the Indian variant sufficiently scared enough younger people into getting the vax? I've a feeling that within 2 weeks we will be back under severe lockdown with the vax being the key to release.

Indian variant could be nothing else as a vaccine...

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I met someone the other day who said. “I’m telling you now, those vaccines cause blood clots. After my first shot I was in hospital for 2 weeks and the first time I’ve been in hospital in my life. 
 

ok then. 
 

Then he said he was ok after his second shot. 
 

I said. “ Do you mind telling me why the had the second dose if you nearly died after the first?”  
 

and he said. “I knew the second one wasn’t going to be so bad!  But I’m not having anymore. That nearly killed me”. 
 

Yeah ok then!  

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4 minutes ago, Liberty said:

I met someone the other day who said. “I’m telling you now, those vaccines cause blood clots. After my first shot I was in hospital for 2 weeks and the first time I’ve been in hospital in my life. 
 

ok then. 
 

Then he said he was ok after his second shot. 
 

I said. “ Do you mind telling me why the had the second dose if you nearly died after the first?”  
 

and he said. “I knew the second one wasn’t going to be so bad!  But I’m not having anymore. That nearly killed me”. 
 

Yeah ok then!  

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Literally this ^^^^^^^^^^^^ is me for the past year. 

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4 minutes ago, Liberty said:

I met someone the other day who said. “I’m telling you now, those vaccines cause blood clots. After my first shot I was in hospital for 2 weeks and the first time I’ve been in hospital in my life. 
 

ok then. 
 

Then he said he was ok after his second shot. 
 

I said. “ Do you mind telling me why the had the second dose if you nearly died after the first?”  
 

and he said. “I knew the second one wasn’t going to be so bad!  But I’m not having anymore. That nearly killed me”. 
 

Yeah ok then!  

 

I just sense some daft twat will say, "I'm going to skip the first one and just take the second."

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1 minute ago, Liberty said:

I met someone the other day who said. “I’m telling you now, those vaccines cause blood clots. After my first shot I was in hospital for 2 weeks and the first time I’ve been in hospital in my life. 
 

ok then. 
 

Then he said he was ok after his second shot. 
 

I said. “ Do you mind telling me why the had the second dose if you nearly died after the first?”  
 

and he said. “I knew the second one wasn’t going to be so bad!  But I’m not having anymore. That nearly killed me”. 
 

Yeah ok then!  

 

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8 minutes ago, Liberty said:

I met someone the other day who said. “I’m telling you now, those vaccines cause blood clots. After my first shot I was in hospital for 2 weeks and the first time I’ve been in hospital in my life. 
 

ok then. 
 

Then he said he was ok after his second shot. 
 

I said. “ Do you mind telling me why the had the second dose if you nearly died after the first?”  
 

and he said. “I knew the second one wasn’t going to be so bad!  But I’m not having anymore. That nearly killed me”. 
 

Yeah ok then!  

I think he deserves third shot... 

Bill Gates just won Secret Santa with this outrageously generous gift to a  Reddit user

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