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Watching cop movies I am usually thinking how these shows are creating the illusion that our officers are busy and are solving crime. 

 

When covid came around and I observed the cops retasked to pandemic duty I got my answer. Under normal conditions those guys are not solving much or doing much good to anything. Those retasked cops should have created a serious increase in crime yet nothing.

 

They are so desperate for things to do that if you call them with some grievance they will try to find reasons to incriminate you too. And considering almost anything is a crime in the police state they usually come away from their fishing trips with a catch. AI is doing all the work and cops exist only to bust our doors down.

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1 minute ago, Shake said:

Ehat the hell did cats and dogs (even pigeons) do to n. Korea? 

 

If you don't think it could happen in the west, it might do

 

 

Noticed another pet story about them being covid carriers yesterday,this onslaught is very real ,haven't worked out the reason for it although lots of thoughts have rossed my mind including

 

People need to be outside to exercise dogs  not conducive to lockdown

The pet food industry is worth billions,protein that could go to feeding the masses prior to them carking it via vaccine

Pets offer people comapnionship,unconditional love,a sense of wellbeing and an interest non of which is conducive to the purpose of lockdowns

Pets have no place in the agenda 21/30 world and thousands of abandoned unwanted pets will be a problem for the authorities to deal with once the mmass die off gets into full swing

 

and thats just off the top of my head,no doubt there will be many spurious reasons given when it finally comes to pass,they have done it before and no doubt they will have no qualms whatsoever in doing it again

 

https://www.express.co.uk/comment/expresscomment/440244/What-happened-to-Britain-s-pets-during-the-second-World-War

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NHS staff to face compulsory Covid vaccination

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/05/29/nhs-staff-face-compulsory-covid-vaccination/

 

Jab could become a condition of employment in the health service under government proposals.


Ministers are said to be 'keen' on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend Ministers are said to be 'keen' on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend.


NHS staff would be legally required to have a Covid vaccine under plans to crack down on transmission of the virus within hospitals.

 

As the Government also prepares to press ahead with plans to oblige care home workers to be vaccinated, ministers are understood to believe that changing the law to apply the requirement to doctors and nurses as well would "save lives".

 

Under the plans, having a Covid vaccine would become a condition of employment by the NHS, although the obligation could be targeted at staff deemed to be at the greatest risk of exposure to the virus. 

 

Ministers are said to be "keen" on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend.

 

By the end of this week, it is expected that almost half of all adults in England will have had their second dose of a vaccine. More than half of people in their 30s have been jabbed in just over a fortnight, and those in their 20s are expected to be called for their vaccinations from this week.

 

How many people have been vaccinated?


But The Telegraph has disclosed that more than a fifth of Covid deaths at some hospitals happened after patients caught infections on wards.

 

Meanwhile, as many as one in five NHS healthcare workers have yet to have a jab in some parts of the country, according to the most recent figures. A Facebook group titled "NHS workers for choice, no restrictions for declining a vaccine" has attracted some 2,600 members.

 

A Department for Health and Social Care consultation on making vaccination a condition of employment at care homes closed last week, and ministers are believed to be preparing to give the plan the green light. 

 

The consultation has now led to the development of proposals to adopt a similar approach with NHS workers.

 

A Whitehall source said: "There are very early conversations taking place. This has been driven by feedback from the social care consultation on mandating. It would save lives and there is precedent with the guidance for doctors to get the hepatitis B vaccine."

 

Ministers are expected to amend the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 to ensure care homes can only employ staff who have received a Covid vaccine, or those with a legitimate medical exemption.

 

Announcing the consultation on care home staff last month, the Department of Health said that "while vaccination uptake rates are increasing slowly week on week, there are still a high number of older adult care homes which do not have the level of protection needed to reduce the risk of outbreak".

 

Ministers are also understood to be concerned by the numbers of NHS medics failing to take up the vaccine. A study published in the British Medical Journal in February found lower Covid vaccination rates among ethnic minority healthcare workers compared to white staff.

 

The Government is likely to face claims that a policy of effectively mandating vaccinations would be "discriminatory". One senior doctor has already said the move would widen inequalities and increase workplace bullying and harassment.

 

In March, Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, cited the requirement for doctors to have a hepatitis B vaccine as a precedent for effectively making Covid vaccinations compulsory among social care workers. 

 

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3 minutes ago, wingwang said:

NHS staff to face compulsory Covid vaccination

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/05/29/nhs-staff-face-compulsory-covid-vaccination/

 

Jab could become a condition of employment in the health service under government proposals.


Ministers are said to be 'keen' on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend Ministers are said to be 'keen' on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend.


NHS staff would be legally required to have a Covid vaccine under plans to crack down on transmission of the virus within hospitals.

 

As the Government also prepares to press ahead with plans to oblige care home workers to be vaccinated, ministers are understood to believe that changing the law to apply the requirement to doctors and nurses as well would "save lives".

 

Under the plans, having a Covid vaccine would become a condition of employment by the NHS, although the obligation could be targeted at staff deemed to be at the greatest risk of exposure to the virus. 

 

Ministers are said to be "keen" on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend.

 

By the end of this week, it is expected that almost half of all adults in England will have had their second dose of a vaccine. More than half of people in their 30s have been jabbed in just over a fortnight, and those in their 20s are expected to be called for their vaccinations from this week.

 

How many people have been vaccinated?


But The Telegraph has disclosed that more than a fifth of Covid deaths at some hospitals happened after patients caught infections on wards.

 

Meanwhile, as many as one in five NHS healthcare workers have yet to have a jab in some parts of the country, according to the most recent figures. A Facebook group titled "NHS workers for choice, no restrictions for declining a vaccine" has attracted some 2,600 members.

 

A Department for Health and Social Care consultation on making vaccination a condition of employment at care homes closed last week, and ministers are believed to be preparing to give the plan the green light. 

 

The consultation has now led to the development of proposals to adopt a similar approach with NHS workers.

 

A Whitehall source said: "There are very early conversations taking place. This has been driven by feedback from the social care consultation on mandating. It would save lives and there is precedent with the guidance for doctors to get the hepatitis B vaccine."

 

Ministers are expected to amend the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 to ensure care homes can only employ staff who have received a Covid vaccine, or those with a legitimate medical exemption.

 

Announcing the consultation on care home staff last month, the Department of Health said that "while vaccination uptake rates are increasing slowly week on week, there are still a high number of older adult care homes which do not have the level of protection needed to reduce the risk of outbreak".

 

Ministers are also understood to be concerned by the numbers of NHS medics failing to take up the vaccine. A study published in the British Medical Journal in February found lower Covid vaccination rates among ethnic minority healthcare workers compared to white staff.

 

The Government is likely to face claims that a policy of effectively mandating vaccinations would be "discriminatory". One senior doctor has already said the move would widen inequalities and increase workplace bullying and harassment.

 

In March, Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, cited the requirement for doctors to have a hepatitis B vaccine as a precedent for effectively making Covid vaccinations compulsory among social care workers. 

 

 

Truly the beginning of the end.

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27 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Noticed another pet story about them being covid carriers yesterday,this onslaught is very real ,haven't worked out the reason for it although lots of thoughts have rossed my mind including

 

People need to be outside to exercise dogs  not conducive to lockdown

The pet food industry is worth billions,protein that could go to feeding the masses prior to them carking it via vaccine

Pets offer people comapnionship,unconditional love,a sense of wellbeing and an interest non of which is conducive to the purpose of lockdowns

Pets have no place in the agenda 21/30 world and thousands of abandoned unwanted pets will be a problem for the authorities to deal with once the mmass die off gets into full swing

 

and thats just off the top of my head,no doubt there will be many spurious reasons given when it finally comes to pass,they have done it before and no doubt they will have no qualms whatsoever in doing it again

 

https://www.express.co.uk/comment/expresscomment/440244/What-happened-to-Britain-s-pets-during-the-second-World-War

The article i linked to piqued my interest so i went digging a bit further,I think all these pet stories are a warm up for the inevitable happening and are a pre cursor for the food shortages which i think are bound to happen at some point in the not too distant future

 

This article has a few more details (and written pre covid in the days before the BBC became as corrupt as it is) and its ironic as i recently sold an air pistol manufactured by the company who are advertising the humane killer at the top of the article (and who are still in existence and still manufacture humane killers btw)

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24478532

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Big ups everyone on the march! The British people are tolerant, patient, and have a stiff upper lip, but when pressed and kettled by tyranny they will rise up in a peaceful but determined way. Feel proud of everyone who attended this, after a lot of despair about this country.  Good vid, and some stills from it.

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Shake said:

Ehat the hell did cats and dogs (even pigeons) do to n. Korea? 

 

If you don't think it could happen in the west, it might do

 

 

 

They touch my pussy, they’re dead!

Though it’s a bit strange where I am; there’s a shortage of pet food...

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2 hours ago, wingwang said:

NHS staff to face compulsory Covid vaccination

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/05/29/nhs-staff-face-compulsory-covid-vaccination/

 

Jab could become a condition of employment in the health service under government proposals.


Ministers are said to be 'keen' on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend Ministers are said to be 'keen' on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend.


NHS staff would be legally required to have a Covid vaccine under plans to crack down on transmission of the virus within hospitals.

 

As the Government also prepares to press ahead with plans to oblige care home workers to be vaccinated, ministers are understood to believe that changing the law to apply the requirement to doctors and nurses as well would "save lives".

 

Under the plans, having a Covid vaccine would become a condition of employment by the NHS, although the obligation could be targeted at staff deemed to be at the greatest risk of exposure to the virus. 

 

Ministers are said to be "keen" on the unprecedented proposals, which were discussed by senior government figures last week and this weekend.

 

By the end of this week, it is expected that almost half of all adults in England will have had their second dose of a vaccine. More than half of people in their 30s have been jabbed in just over a fortnight, and those in their 20s are expected to be called for their vaccinations from this week.

 

How many people have been vaccinated?


But The Telegraph has disclosed that more than a fifth of Covid deaths at some hospitals happened after patients caught infections on wards.

 

Meanwhile, as many as one in five NHS healthcare workers have yet to have a jab in some parts of the country, according to the most recent figures. A Facebook group titled "NHS workers for choice, no restrictions for declining a vaccine" has attracted some 2,600 members.

 

A Department for Health and Social Care consultation on making vaccination a condition of employment at care homes closed last week, and ministers are believed to be preparing to give the plan the green light. 

 

The consultation has now led to the development of proposals to adopt a similar approach with NHS workers.

 

A Whitehall source said: "There are very early conversations taking place. This has been driven by feedback from the social care consultation on mandating. It would save lives and there is precedent with the guidance for doctors to get the hepatitis B vaccine."

 

Ministers are expected to amend the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 to ensure care homes can only employ staff who have received a Covid vaccine, or those with a legitimate medical exemption.

 

Announcing the consultation on care home staff last month, the Department of Health said that "while vaccination uptake rates are increasing slowly week on week, there are still a high number of older adult care homes which do not have the level of protection needed to reduce the risk of outbreak".

 

Ministers are also understood to be concerned by the numbers of NHS medics failing to take up the vaccine. A study published in the British Medical Journal in February found lower Covid vaccination rates among ethnic minority healthcare workers compared to white staff.

 

The Government is likely to face claims that a policy of effectively mandating vaccinations would be "discriminatory". One senior doctor has already said the move would widen inequalities and increase workplace bullying and harassment.

 

In March, Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, cited the requirement for doctors to have a hepatitis B vaccine as a precedent for effectively making Covid vaccinations compulsory among social care workers. 

 

With the NHS being the biggest employer in Britain not too hard to see where this would lead,they might not be able to legislate against private companies to force vax as a condition of employment but they can with the NHS and subsequently private companies will follow suit if they wish to stay in business or deal with the nhs

 

Couple that with the bizarre mindset small companies will exhibit as 'if its good enough for the nhs its good enough for me' and before long it will be antionwide and once furlough money stops there will be many thousands comply who were perhaps reticent before and they almost have everyone jabbed,the numbers unjabbed will start to become a manageable size and no doubt there will be more legislation aimed at hoovering up the remaining dissenters

 

 

Note how care home staff (and carers by default i would guess) also get a mention so even home carers might get caught in that snare

 

The sick bastards are so intent on everyone getting it that no obstacle shall stand in their way

Pitchfork time is getting closer and closer

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Health experts are urging Boris Johnson to consider giving the Covid-19 vaccine to children as young as 12 to protect teachers.

Experts would give the Government "a range of options" on when 12-year-olds must get the Covid jab.

According to Public Health England, children and young people aged 10 to 19 currently have the highest Covid infection rate, at 55.2 cases per 100,000 people.

" It was time to look at vaccinating over-12s. "

Klaus Okkenhaug, of the Department of Pathology at the University of Cambridge, told Times Radio

"I think for a whole adult population to be vaccinated which is what we must do, it would of course help for children to be vaccinated because it also reduces their opportunities to transmit this virus to their teachers."

Prof Okkenhaug said there was a "fine balance" to strike as children were unlikely to be affected by the virus.

He added: "But I think given the phenomenal safety records of some of the vaccines out there, there's a good argument for going ahead at least with older children, say 12 and above."

 

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9 minutes ago, jack121 said:

Health experts are urging Boris Johnson to consider giving the Covid-19 vaccine to children as young as 12 to protect teachers.

Experts would give the Government "a range of options" on when 12-year-olds must get the Covid jab.

According to Public Health England, children and young people aged 10 to 19 currently have the highest Covid infection rate, at 55.2 cases per 100,000 people.

" It was time to look at vaccinating over-12s. "

Klaus Okkenhaug, of the Department of Pathology at the University of Cambridge, told Times Radio

"I think for a whole adult population to be vaccinated which is what we must do, it would of course help for children to be vaccinated because it also reduces their opportunities to transmit this virus to their teachers."

Prof Okkenhaug said there was a "fine balance" to strike as children were unlikely to be affected by the virus.

He added: "But I think given the phenomenal safety records of some of the vaccines out there, there's a good argument for going ahead at least with older children, say 12 and above."

 

Thunk,thats the sound of my head hitting the table in exasperation at the comments these clowns come out with ''phenomenol safety record'' ,the man needs beating with iron studded clubs whilst being forced to recite the adverse reactions and fatality numbers as published by the mhra

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14 minutes ago, jack121 said:

He added: "But I think given the phenomenal safety records of some of the vaccines out there, there's a good argument for going ahead at least with older children, say 12 and above.

He means the phenomenal returns on his pharma stock. Throwing kids into the mix will make the shareholders all that much richer. These greedy bastards could care less who is maimed or killed so long as the stocks keep soaring. Shysters with a vested interest promoting sickness and death like they care for our health. The god of pharma demands many human sacrifices. 

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Why would anyone want to buy one of these ?

 

 

Nashville store is slammed for selling 'Not Vaccinated' patches styled on Star of David badges for Jews used by Nazis, after MTG compared COVID controls to the Holocaust

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

He means the phenomenal returns on his pharma stock. Throwing kids into the mix will make the shareholders all that much richer. These greedy bastards could care less who is maimed or killed so long as the stocks keep soaring. Shysters with a vested interest promoting sickness and death like they care for our health. The god of pharma demands many human sacrifices. 

Which raises the question of the depopulation agenda,Is this an attempt to make as much money as possible before the bubble bursts ? Death is not a good business model for pharma,they much prefer long term sickness and a constant stream of income

 

Or is this something else entirely? if the stated goal of half a billion population total is reached there wont be enough profit for the competing pharma's so they'll be fighting to keep market share,or as i suspect do they have plans for that half a billion already in the pipeline? perhaps some pharmacosh type drug to keep the masses sedated and happy which doesn't impinge on their ability to continue to work or is there soemthing even more menacing being constructed in their labs?

 

Time will tell

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https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/mobile/71-tickets-issued-for-illegal-gatherings-at-private-residences-in-ottawa-during-current-stay-at-home-order-1.5448192

 

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How much were the tickets? How many of those tickets were paid? How many were dismissed by the courts? How many formally contested the fines?

 

One thing they are not are investigative journalists.

 

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Elitist lapdogs muzzled so they keep their noses out of the cabal's nefarious business.

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Had a thought as i was typing the above,Does anyone know whats happening to UK prisoners in regard to jabbing? are they being forced to have it ?,is it voluntary ?

 

Big pharma have throughout their history used prison populations as valuable testing grounds for their poisons and i can't see the companies in the UK missing out on a control group of that size (80'000 in the UK last time i looked,it was around 40,000 in 1980) and given the governments greed and obedience to the men in grey suits i imagine them signing anything put before them

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6 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Which raises the question of the depopulation agenda,Is this an attempt to make as much money as possible before the bubble bursts ? Death is not a good business model for pharma,they much prefer long term sickness and a constant stream of income

 

Or is this something else entirely? if the stated goal of half a billion population total is reached there wont be enough profit for the competing pharma's so they'll be fighting to keep market share,or as i suspect do they have plans for that half a billion already in the pipeline? perhaps some pharmacosh type drug to keep the masses sedated and happy which doesn't impinge on their ability to continue to work or is there soemthing even more menacing being constructed in their labs?

 

Time will tell

Excellent points whathefoxhat. Like fleas throwing out the dog 😁

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TV reporter in Argentina mistakenly announces the death of 16th century playwright William Shakespeare after confusing him with first British man to have Covid jab

Viewers were left completely baffled on Thursday when Noelia Novillo, a newsreader on Canal 26, said William Shakespeare, 'one of the most important writers' ever, died this month.

 

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2 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Had a thought as i was typing the above,Does anyone know whats happening to UK prisoners in regard to jabbing? are they being forced to have it ?,is it voluntary ?

 

Big pharma have throughout their history used prison populations as valuable testing grounds for their poisons and i can't see the companies in the UK missing out on a control group of that size (80'000 in the UK last time i looked,it was around 40,000 in 1980) and given the governments greed and obedience to the men in grey suits i imagine them signing anything put before them

With prisoners there is not even a pretense of rights. We are supposed to have rights as law abiding citizens and look how they treat us. I can't say what they are doing to inmates but I bet it ain't pretty.

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But The Telegraph has disclosed that more than a fifth of Covid deaths at some hospitals happened after patients caught infections on wards.

 

Meanwhile, as many as one in five NHS healthcare workers have yet to have a jab in some parts of the country, according to the most recent figures" ..

So 80% vaccinated doesn't created herd immunity

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