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6 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

My sister in UK just messaged...asking for three good videos to show someone who is due to get vaccine.... Which videos are the best to try to discourage getting jabbed in you guys opinions?

this one https://davidicke.com/2021/05/20/if-they-get-jabbed-after-watching-this-they-are-beyond-saving/ 

hahah didnt noticed it was already shared My Bad yall

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7 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

I've seriously begun to doubt many things I thought I believed before. For example re-incarnation, a lovely thought but one that excuses us from ultimate responsibility for our actions - you just keep working at it. Hmmmm, I now smell bullshit.

 

Do good now. Do no harm, however we WILL need to fight to keep our world as it is and not let it be inverted.

Just my opinion...

 

Re-incarnation/karma is real. But.... it can easily be broken/transcended.

 

You do this by transcending mind. Once you truly and I mean truly,operate, think and feel, experience not as a mind - then you are free of samsara for karma exists in mind

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14 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Just my opinion...

 

Re-incarnation/karma is real. But.... it can easily be broken/transcended.

 

You do this by transcending mind. Once you truly and I mean truly,operate, think and feel, experience not as a mind - then you are free of samsara

 

Yes, it's real. The masons still think it's a 'big secret' lol. I mean, the entirety of the non-abrahamic world knows its true but it's somehow a big secret. I actually think that denying reincarnation was one of the big mistakes of the forefathers of the west - this whole 'one life - better make it count' thing just makes people desperate. A common saying in China is Ah that'd be nice "In my next life maybe"

 

Oh, the masons and the elites have it wrong btw, its actually the entire basis for their fuckup. Reincarnation is real - but it has NOTHING to do with bloodlines. They have been conned, What is to do with bloodlines, as DI has mentioned, is the susceptibility to demonic possession.

 

Karma is real also, I remember hearing some psychic lady recently saying that for the last 5 years or so every Palestinian baby has been a reincarnated ex-Israeli - makes ya think

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2 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Just my opinion...

 

Re-incarnation/karma is real. But.... it can easily be broken/transcended.

 

You do this by transcending mind. Once you truly and I mean truly,operate, think and feel, experience not as a mind - then you are free of samsara

Been there, done that.

 

Spent many many months, if not years on this. Met with many 'learned', 'sincere', 'spiritual' people who without exception - knew nothing but their own unconscious desires. Done a shit-load of meditation, retreats etc.

 

We love and yearn for wonderful explanations for our experiences without realising the miracle of BEING.

 

It's quite simple and beautiful really.

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14 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

My sister in UK just messaged...asking for three good videos to show someone who is due to get vaccine.... Which videos are the best to try to discourage getting jabbed in you guys opinions?

 

Someone still saying they're prepared to be swayed either way at this point, after all the nonsense of the last 18 months, is surely a lost cause.

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1 minute ago, Shy Talk said:

 

Someone still saying they're prepared to be swayed either way at this point, after all the nonsense of the last 18 months, is surely a lost cause.

Yep by this stage you'd know. Unfortunately seems that those currently sitting on the fence ending up falling off on the wrong side.

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2 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

 

Someone still saying they're prepared to be swayed either way at this point, after all the nonsense of the last 18 months, is surely a lost cause.

No lost causes. We fight to the end.

Don't give up on people albeit we face a fecking mountain of ignorance.

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4 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

 

Someone still saying they're prepared to be swayed either way at this point, after all the nonsense of the last 18 months, is surely a lost cause.

 

No way, the ball is still in play, theres still a lot of undecided's that can be reasoned with. They're just TV heads thats aren't getting any counter arguments to the cabals brainwashing

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2 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Went to a and e today. Told them I could not use a mask. They made me stand away from everyone like a pariah. Didn’t bother me as they a

They looked like gimps from an s And m film.( not that I know😁).

They then offered me a visor which I refused as I had overwhelming fear of things near my face. Not true, but they believed my story about being trapped in a cave in, hence my fear. 
As a result I had to be seen outside. Dirty disease spreader that I am. 
The doc thanked me for my patience as you can imagine what sort of year we’ve had.

Looked shocked when I asked why it had been bad as you’ve been hiding in the hospital, refusing to see people unless they conform to your ridiculous rules. Virtually impossible to get an appointment.

He said it wasn’t his choice. I kindly explained that the NHS had protected itself not the public and that if they weren’t going to see people it would be logical to commence the shutdown of departments.Remove doctors shoving stethoscopes up the Jacksies all day and nurses who can barely take blood without causing more harm than good.

He wasn’t very impressed. Luckily he didn’t prescribe me anything 

Anyway brain fart finished😆

 

Makes you wonder if somewhere down the line they will refuse treatment if you haven't had the vaccine, heart attack, hemorrhage, kidney failure, multiple injuries, sorry, no jab,. no NHS service. You might have Covid, so go away and die.

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4 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

Been there, done that.

 

Spent many many months, if not years on this. Met with many 'learned', 'sincere', 'spiritual' people who without exception - knew nothing but their own unconscious desires. Done a shit-load of meditation, retreats etc.

 

We love and yearn for wonderful explanations for our experiences without realising the miracle of BEING.

 

It's quite simple and beautiful really.

 

I have my own views on this, but not wishing to derail, it was just the thought that we're here now because we can change things interests me (even if I'm not entirely convinced).

 

I'm practicing projecting will power into the ether, no matter how ludicrous that sounds.

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10 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Makes you wonder if somewhere down the line they will refuse treatment if you haven't had the vaccine, heart attack, hemorrhage, kidney failure, multiple injuries, sorry, no jab,. no NHS service. You might have Covid, so go away and die.

 

It's getting like a frikken movie, there'll be some black market doctors operating out of the railway arches down by the docks, codeword for entry: "hand cock"

 

Edited after the realisation that the password would cause considerable confusion with the hookers occupying the next railway arch over, new pass: "Sage & Onion"

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2 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I have my own views on this, but not wishing to derail, it was just the thought that we're here now because we can change things interests me (even if I'm not entirely convinced).

 

I'm practicing projecting will power into the ether, no matter how ludicrous that sounds.

Doesn't sound ridiculous. Keep on keeping on. Power of our mentations I think can be profound.

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1 minute ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I have my own views on this, but not wishing to derail, it was just the thought that we're here now because we can change things interests me (even if I'm not entirely convinced).

 

I'm practicing projecting will power into the ether, no matter how ludicrous that sounds.

I always wondered why was I born now and not in the middle ages or another time, and with the multitude of spiritual sources I have studied (over decades) to explain this I realise now that I can't actually answer this question and at the same time I realise that it doesn't matter.

 

I'm here now, BEING is the greatest gift.

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15 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

 

Someone still saying they're prepared to be swayed either way at this point, after all the nonsense of the last 18 months, is surely a lost cause.

 

I try not to be cynical... where there is life there is hope.

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12 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Makes you wonder if somewhere down the line they will refuse treatment if you haven't had the vaccine, heart attack, hemorrhage, kidney failure, multiple injuries, sorry, no jab,. no NHS service. You might have Covid, so go away and die.

Reckon this is a shoe in to happen. Well said Velma. lol

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William Shakespeare: First man to get Covid jab dies of unrelated illness (msn.com)

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The first man to receive a coronavirus vaccine has died of an unrelated illness.

William “Bill” Shakespeare, 81, made headlines after becoming the second person in the world to get the Pfizer-BioNTech jab at Coventry’s University Hospital last December, shortly after 91-year-old Margaret Keenan.

The former parish councillor, who died after suffering a stroke, was proud of being one of the first to receive the vaccine, his wife Joy said in a statement released through University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.

She said: “Bill was so grateful for being offered the opportunity to become one of the first people in the world to be given the vaccine.

“It was something he was hugely proud of – he loved seeing the media coverage and the positive difference he was able to make to the lives of so many.

“He often talked to people about it and would always encourage everyone to get their vaccine whenever he could.”

Mr Shakespeare, a father of two and grandfather of four who lived in Brownshill Green, Coventry, died peacefully last Thursday at University Hospital.

Praising the care her husband received, his widow added: “All of the staff were so caring, compassionate and respectful and we couldn't be more grateful. They are an absolute credit to their profession and the NHS.”

 

Born in Coventry, Mr Shakespeare served on Allesley Parish Council for more than 30 years, and as a school governor for over two decades.

The retired aero engineer was also involved in planting hundreds of trees in Coundon Wedge, Allesley, and in the creation of Coundon Wood.

His wife added: “Bill loved meeting people and helping them in any way possible. Most of all he was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather, nicknamed Pop Pops by the grandchildren. He left a huge imprint on everyone who knew him and will be greatly missed.”

Mr Shakespeare was an inpatient on a frailty ward when he received the vaccination.

In a tweet paying tribute to him, the West Midlands Labour Party said: “We're sorry to hear of the death of Coventry Labour stalwart Bill Shakespeare. Bill made global headlines as 1st first man to have Covid vaccine.

“His decades of service to the party were recently recognised by Keir Starmer. Our thoughts are with Joy and Bill's family & friends.”

Coventry city councillor Jayne Innes said she was saddened and upset to hear of her friend's passing.

The Labour councillor, who represents the Whoberley ward, offered her condolences to Mr Shakespeare's family on Facebook, adding: “Bill will be remembered for many things, including a taste for mischief.”

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46 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

No lost causes. We fight to the end.

Don't give up on people albeit we face a fecking mountain of ignorance.

My feelings exactly but with one caveat,Should it be proven beyond any  doubt that the vaxxed are spreading due to the vaccine they can stay as far away from me as is humanely possible

 

In that case all bets are off

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31 minutes ago, BioticBot said:

William Shakespeare: First man to get Covid jab dies of unrelated illness (msn.com)

Article reads... 

 

The first man to receive a coronavirus vaccine has died of an unrelated illness.

William “Bill” Shakespeare, 81, made headlines after becoming the second person in the world to get the Pfizer-BioNTech jab at Coventry’s University Hospital last December, shortly after 91-year-old Margaret Keenan.

The former parish councillor, who died after suffering a stroke, was proud of being one of the first to receive the vaccine, his wife Joy said in a statement released through University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.

She said: “Bill was so grateful for being offered the opportunity to become one of the first people in the world to be given the vaccine.

“It was something he was hugely proud of – he loved seeing the media coverage and the positive difference he was able to make to the lives of so many.

“He often talked to people about it and would always encourage everyone to get their vaccine whenever he could.”

Mr Shakespeare, a father of two and grandfather of four who lived in Brownshill Green, Coventry, died peacefully last Thursday at University Hospital.

Praising the care her husband received, his widow added: “All of the staff were so caring, compassionate and respectful and we couldn't be more grateful. They are an absolute credit to their profession and the NHS.”

 

Born in Coventry, Mr Shakespeare served on Allesley Parish Council for more than 30 years, and as a school governor for over two decades.

The retired aero engineer was also involved in planting hundreds of trees in Coundon Wedge, Allesley, and in the creation of Coundon Wood.

His wife added: “Bill loved meeting people and helping them in any way possible. Most of all he was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather, nicknamed Pop Pops by the grandchildren. He left a huge imprint on everyone who knew him and will be greatly missed.”

Mr Shakespeare was an inpatient on a frailty ward when he received the vaccination.

In a tweet paying tribute to him, the West Midlands Labour Party said: “We're sorry to hear of the death of Coventry Labour stalwart Bill Shakespeare. Bill made global headlines as 1st first man to have Covid vaccine.

“His decades of service to the party were recently recognised by Keir Starmer. Our thoughts are with Joy and Bill's family & friends.”

Coventry city councillor Jayne Innes said she was saddened and upset to hear of her friend's passing.

The Labour councillor, who represents the Whoberley ward, offered her condolences to Mr Shakespeare's family on Facebook, adding: “Bill will be remembered for many things, including a taste for mischief.”

Bill will be remembered for many things, including a taste for mischief.

 

Indeed.

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1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Another thing I've been contemplating on and off for a lot of years...every now and then, someone who is either trying to lift the spirits, perhaps, or just someone who is (or thinks they are?) more spiritual will insist that we (specifically us) are all here right now for a reason.

 

I'm not sure if I believe that, as I tend y believe most of us have been here many times before.

 

But it is somehow comforting to think we might have been guided here because we have the fortitude to somehow defeat the encroaching evil, even if we're not sure yet how to achieve it.

From a young age I always believed I would be here in the end times and that I would survive them. I am so grateful that I was brought up to never trust authority whether it was instruments of government or newspapers, it was impressed on me that they only know what you tell them about yourself. You can live within the system but not be a part of it. At 63 i am quite proud that i have managed to avoid the tax man yet still own property and have no further need to work. When I saw an advert with babies on roller skates way back when I knew for sure that using that technology they could make people believe anything.

Don't overestimate their abilities and tech though and dont underestimate your own strength of purpose.

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Didn't know a virus has spores. Maybe he's getting confused with a mushroom.

 

They keep mentioning fungus in the scare stories about india, everyday its a new covid related fungus disease, black fungus, white fungus, todays headline was a terrible new variant yellow fungus. They're making it up as they go along

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51 minutes ago, Kirito said:

 

No way, the ball is still in play, theres still a lot of undecided's that can be reasoned with. They're just TV heads thats aren't getting any counter arguments to the cabals brainwashing

Hope so but many of these people are 'go with the flow' type characters and when the gov starts weilding the big stick they will crumble under the pressure. They constantly use the phrase ''vaccine hesitant' as apposed to vaccine refusers, because it implies they need a little bit more pressure applied before they make the inevitable decision. 

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4 minutes ago, Kirito said:

 

They keep mentioning fungus in the scare stories about india, everyday its a new covid related fungus disease, black fungus, white fungus, todays headline was a terrible new variant yellow fungus. They're making it up as they go along

Wait till fungus gets to the UK,we are so sensitive here it'll not have any colour assigned to it for fear of upsetting someone

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