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1 hour ago, Shake said:

Sorry if I put this in the wrong sub section

 

Folks I am really fuckjng worried now. I have no fighting skills, outdoor hiding skills, no family since they have all been jabbed, medical history know I have mental health issues. I am in the UK so I can't go far anywhere

 

That twat wancock, Boris, Blair, geldolf are all singing from the same hymn sheet. 

 

My so called friends all think I'm mad.

 

Apologies if this has already been discussed by anyone else. Any suggestions, briefly?

 

 

My first suggestion, is to try and stop worrying.

 

Worry leads to anxiety, anxiety causes stress, and stress is a major contributor to one's ill-health, including mental well-being.

 

How do I cope with things right now? This probably sounds really ridiculous (and obvious) but I just try to carry on with my life as normal, and don't let things going on around me get to me (too much).

 

Yes, I'm fully aware of whats going on with Covid-19, the vaccines, the social-engineering and propaganda, and what is being planned for us all.

 

I have friends, family and colleagues who do not share the same views as I do. With those people, I do not even try and bother to convince them to change their minds and see things the way I do. So I stopped talking to them about this, and talk to them about other things we have in common. They don't treat me any differently.

 

I don't wear masks on buses or in shops. Other people might do, but I see it as their choice; I choose not to, so I just carry on getting on the bus or going into my local shop, just as if there are no 'mask mandates' in action. I don't look around to see who is or who isn't wearing a mask.

 

Some people might think that I am somehow burying my head in the sand, or denying what is really going on.

 

Far from being 'ignorant', I prefer to see this as 'not giving a fuck anymore'. But its not that I don't 'care' about other people, I truly do, but in order to maintain ones own mental well-being, it is very important sometimes to put yourself first. You don't have to 'pretend' that there is no conspiracy unfolding around you, it is healthy to 'understand' that there is, but that does not mean that you have to accept it into your own reality.

 

So in a sense, keep mindful of what is going on and what is being planned, but don't let that knowledge determine the outcome of your own perceived reality.

 

As they say "keep calm and carry on". And don't let the bastards get you down.

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Thought it was worth putting this up from the CDC regarding flu vaccines. Bear in mind, this page has clearly been updated since the Covid nonsense (tellingly, there's a piece on it protecting pregnant women). However, the last paragraph regarding transmissibilty may well have been added on recently, because it doesn't link to any case studies, unlike every other claim:

 

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/vaccines-work/vaccineeffect.htm

 

  • Getting vaccinated yourself may also protect people around you, including those who are more vulnerable to serious flu illness, like babies and young children, older people, and people with certain chronic health conditions.

Just think about that - they're saying babies and young children are 'vulnerable to flu-type illnesses' and yet 'Covid', which is suspiciously flu-like, hasn't caused a ripple in babies/young children despite being around for at least 18 months. The blatant lies are smacking you in the face.

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Not sure if posted . Possibly one of corbett’s most important and disturbing episodes. This is exactly what it’s all about IMO


https://www.corbettreport.com/convergence/

Haven’t heard of The Great Convergence yet?, it’s just the plan to merge biology with digital technology and redefine what it means to be human, that’s all. Today on the podcast James covers the biodigital convergence that is already being rolled out and what it means for the future of homo sapiens.

 

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24 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

Getting vaccinated yourself may also protect people around you

 

Thats the 'magic word' there, in the same bracket as 'could'.

 

Its non-commital, a 'possibility'. Its their way of actually saying "we don't really know".

 

All other vaccines in history have been intended to 'protect' the individual. That's after all how they're supposed to work, they prevent YOUR own immune system from being unable to deal with new germs or viruses that you may become exposed to.

 

As a youngster, I had 'jabs' for tuberculosis (TB) and tetanus. Thankfully I've never suffered from either of those conditions, but I somehow don't imagine that my having had a TB jab in the past is somehow 'protecting' others who haven't.

 

This concept of 'asymptomatic transmission' didn't exist prior to 2020, as far as I am concerned. And I still believe that it doesn't.

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3 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/sep/29/government-seriously-considering-compulsory-vaccinations-matt-hancock

 

"So I think there’s a very strong argument for having compulsory vaccinations for children when they go to school, because otherwise they’re putting other children at risk.

“Then I’d want to make it very easy if the children do arrive at school not vaccinated, simply to get vaccinated, and make it the norm. But I think there’s a very strong argument for movement to compulsory vaccination, and I think the public would back us.”

 

This was posted a few months ago but it's worth dragging up again given Hancock has been doing the rounds on TV today about 12-16 year olds getting the jab (and remember, this piece was about pre-fake virus vaccines). Any parents out there need to start arranging for home schooling sharpish because they will surely make it mandatory before the next school year. This guy, dear god. He really is your worst nightmare.

 

This terrifies me

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1 minute ago, Martin1234 said:

 

This terrifies me

 

It's all very well using these statements like, "There's a strong argument for..." but if their arguments were strong in reality, they wouldn't ban all open debate.

 

The only opportunity for debate has been the faked journalists' question time. 'Journalists,' indeed. What a bad joke.

 

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1 minute ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Thats the 'magic word' there, in the same bracket as 'could'.

 

Its non-commital, a 'possibility'. Its their way of actually saying "we don't really know".

 

All other vaccines in history have been intended to 'protect' the individual. That's after all how they're supposed to work, they prevent YOUR own immune system from being unable to deal with new germs or viruses that you may become exposed to.

 

As a youngster, I had 'jabs' for tuberculosis (TB) and tetanus. Thankfully I've never suffered from either of those conditions, but I somehow don't imagine that my having had a TB jab in the past is somehow 'protecting' others who haven't.

 

This concept of 'asymptomatic transmission' didn't exist prior to 2020, as far as I am concerned. And I still believe that it doesn't.

 

Asymptomatic transmission is now such a massive part of continuing this narrative, especially out of flu season, that it's become the main cornerstone of the whole sham. They were always going to come for the kids and this is how they've done it.

 

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3 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/sep/29/government-seriously-considering-compulsory-vaccinations-matt-hancock

 

"So I think there’s a very strong argument for having compulsory vaccinations for children when they go to school, because otherwise they’re putting other children at risk.

“Then I’d want to make it very easy if the children do arrive at school not vaccinated, simply to get vaccinated, and make it the norm. But I think there’s a very strong argument for movement to compulsory vaccination, and I think the public would back us.”

 

This was posted a few months ago but it's worth dragging up again given Hancock has been doing the rounds on TV today about 12-16 year olds getting the jab (and remember, this piece was about pre-fake virus vaccines). Any parents out there need to start arranging for home schooling sharpish because they will surely make it mandatory before the next school year. This guy, dear god. He really is your worst nightmare.

 

22 minutes ago, Martin1234 said:

 

This terrifies me

22 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

It's all very well using these statements like, "There's a strong argument for..." but if their arguments were strong in reality, they wouldn't ban all open debate.

 

The only opportunity for debate has been the faked journalists' question time. 'Journalists,' indeed. What a bad joke.

 

Quote from the article-

 

“I’ve said before that we should be open-minded, and frankly, what I’d say is that when the state provides services to people then it’s a two-way street – you’ve got to take your responsibilities, too,” Hancock told the Q&A session hosted by the Huffington Post.

 

The state doesn't provide services - the taxpayer does.  Hancock and his ilk are parasites. He needs to take responsibility for fraud, genocide, torture, false imprisonment, theft, the list goes on.

 

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4 hours ago, vinny79 said:

All I hear from Hancock is how those in hospital are “mainly” unvaccinated and one job doesn’t offer as much as two jabs which coincidentally means you are “barely affected” by this Indian variant.

 

oh yeah and it’s mostly young people, lol convenient for scaremongering more to the jab centre

 

Matt, from me Fuck off mate.

 

sick to the back teeth of the agenda at play here which is obvious to anyone with half a brain cell even given in to the possibility that all is not as it seems.

 

surely others bar us can see this!

 

he does go on to say that 21/6 may not happen (how predictable) 

 

So I ask again

 

when does mr and mrs jo public think bollocks to this and do something about it?

 

 

this from Matt 'we did a vit d trial' Wanker

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18 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

“I’ve said before that we should be open-minded, and frankly, what I’d say is that when the state provides services to people then it’s a two-way street – you’ve got to take your responsibilities, too,” Hancock told the Q&A session hosted by the Huffington Post.

 

The state doesn't provide services - the taxpayer does.  Hancock and his ilk are parasites. He needs to take responsibility for fraud, genocide, torture, false imprisonment, theft, the list goes on.

 

hes a Statist socialist commie totalitatian clearly

 

people do not have responsibilities to the State or the services it produces

citizens, officials and institutions have duties, obligations and privileges

people have unlimited rights and grant the government limited powers for a limited time to perform obligations for the people

 

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On 6/1/2021 at 5:52 PM, Snail said:

And if there's just one death tomorrow they'll be running scare headlines about "Covid Death Rate Doubles In Just One Day!!!!" 🤪

If they do that, it'll just prove they can't do simple arithmetic as zero x anything = zero as any fule no

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https://ampvideo.bnnbloomberg.ca/canada-suffers-second-labour-market-setback-ahead-of-reopening-1.1612591

 

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"They just, for whatever reason, don't want to come to work", of course this has nothing "whatever" to do with the oppressive measures employers are imposing on the workforce. Masks, testing, vax bullying...

 

Businesses, not satisfied with bullying their existing employees with toxic mandates, would like the government to clawback furlough payments as incentive to get the others back to work.

 

Reading such nearsighted articles like this one we might be tricked into thinking the labour force is lazy and needs a swift boot in the arse to get working again.

 

Truth is a lot of that workforce are single parents with kids. The way the government has been opening and closing daycare and schools is it any surprise many would prefer to devote themselves to protecting their kids from these maniacs and their insane containment measures by simply staying at home as long as possible.

 

"Whatever reasons", yeah right.

 

Btw, Saputo is the cheese mafia in the province of Quebec Canada.

 

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Public Health England confirmed that its data showed an increase in outbreaks and clusters involving variants at primary and secondary schools in recent weeks, though it has not published these data in detail. In the most recent four week period there were 97 confirmed covid-19 outbreaks in primary and secondary schools that were linked to at least one variant of concern, equates to around one outbreak at every 250 schools, it said.

 

Teaching unions and advocacy groups have written to Public Health England demanding more information on outbreaks in schools.

 

Oh, per-leeeease...

 

https://www.bmj.com/content/373/bmj.n1445

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Just now, wingwang said:

 

Public Health England confirmed that its data showed an increase in outbreaks and clusters involving variants at primary and secondary schools in recent weeks, though it has not published these data in detail. In the most recent four week period there were 97 confirmed covid-19 outbreaks in primary and secondary schools that were linked to at least one variant of concern, equates to around one outbreak at every 250 schools, it said.

 

Teaching unions and advocacy groups have written to Public Health England demanding more information on outbreaks in schools.

 

Oh, per-leeeease...

 

https://www.bmj.com/content/373/bmj.n1445

 

Even the lingo used. 'Outbreak'. It's beyond embarrassing.

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https://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/mobile/we-re-going-to-need-extra-hands-local-restaurants-prepare-for-patio-season-1.5457065

 

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All you need is one covid positive case employee and the whole place gets shut down and employees sent to isolate at home. Just that fear alone is enough to keep workers away. Also the vax not vaxxed war in the workplace and the paranoid normies and customers giving people dirty looks is enough to curb my appetite for eating at the restaurant. Who wants to see masked employees, many with faceshields as well, floating around serving people while cultivating bacterial pneumonia while you eat. Constantly reminded of that madness at every turn. Those restaurants did not fight back when it was time to put their foot down so fk 'em. They went along with the swindle without a fight.

 

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7 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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https://ampvideo.bnnbloomberg.ca/canada-suffers-second-labour-market-setback-ahead-of-reopening-1.1612591

 

Snip-it_1623006101865.jpg.d92eaa38be5acbdb8b0367de5e83ab07.jpg

 

"They just, for whatever reason, don't want to come to work", of course this has nothing "whatever" to do with the oppressive measures employers are imposing on the workforce. Masks, testing, vax bullying...

 

Businesses, not satisfied with bullying their existing employees with toxic mandates, would like the government to clawback furlough payments as incentive to get the others back to work.

 

Reading such nearsighted articles like this one we might be tricked into thinking the labour force is lazy and needs a swift boot in the arse to get working again.

 

Truth is a lot of that workforce are single parents with kids. The way the government has been opening and closing daycare and schools is it any surprise many would prefer to devote themselves to protecting their kids from these maniacs and their insane containment measures by simply staying at home as long as possible.

 

"Whatever reasons", yeah right.

 

Btw, Saputo is the cheese mafia in the province of Quebec Canada.

 

Out of likes. I just searched Saputo and found they sell products in the UK too, all of which I'll be avoiding from now on. https://www.uk.saputo.com/

 

Acquisition by Saputo

On 22 February 2019, it was announced that Canadian dairy company Saputo Inc would be buying Dairy Crest.[12]

The company was valued at £975m, making each share worth 620p.[13] The transaction was completed on 15 April 2019.[14] At the time of the sale, Dairy Crest was the fourth largest dairy company in the United Kingdom based on turnover.[15] Saputo renamed the business under its own brand in July 2019, though Dairy Crest Limited remained the principal legal entity.[16][2]

Operations

The company supplies cheese, spreads and drinks. Cheese brands include Cathedral City, Davidstow Cheddar and Wexford.[17] Spread brands include Clover, Country Life, Utterly Butterly, Vitalite and Willow.[17] Spread and Frylight cooking spray production is consolidated at Kirkby.[18] Davidstow Creamery in Cornwall has been run by the company since 1981.

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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https://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/mobile/we-re-going-to-need-extra-hands-local-restaurants-prepare-for-patio-season-1.5457065

 

Snip-it_1623007297518.jpg.6aea2e9ea3a6efd158fd638b9bdf3f02.jpg

 

All you need is one covid positive case employee and the whole place gets shut down and employees sent to isolate at home. Just that fear alone is enough to keep workers away. Also the vax not vaxxed war in the workplace and the paranoid normies and customers giving people dirty looks is enough to curb my appetite for eating at the restaurant. Who wants to see masked employees, many with faceshields as well, floating around serving people while cultivating bacterial pneumonia while you eat. Constantly reminded of that madness at every turn. Those restaurants did not fight back when it was time to put their foot down so fk 'em. They went along with the swindle without a fight.

 

 

To me it's a dilemma. They've gone along with the guidelines (nonsense to us) but they're now about to lose their business. I'm torn, because although to me it's been obvious for months I know people with businesses who thought it would be ok. There's only so much you can do.

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4 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

I just searched Saputo and found they sell products in the UK too, all of which I'll be avoiding from now on

To be fair I must add that their cheese is awesome tasting. Every pizzaria I know of uses it. My criticism was directed at the labour force aspect in covid times.

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1 minute ago, Shy Talk said:

 

To me it's a dilemma. They've gone along with the guidelines (nonsense to us) but they're now about to lose their business. I'm torn, because although to me it's been obvious for months I know people with businesses who thought it would be ok. There's only so much you can do.

Long before covid most those restaurants were constantly bullied with regulations. One example would be the cash register linked up to the revenue ministry. The assumption being they all want to cheat the government. They use the intel to track tips and tax those too. I believe, from my informal discussions with many restauranteurs that none trust the government. A cancer they must put up with to stay in business.

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33 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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https://ampvideo.bnnbloomberg.ca/canada-suffers-second-labour-market-setback-ahead-of-reopening-1.1612591

 

Snip-it_1623006101865.jpg.d92eaa38be5acbdb8b0367de5e83ab07.jpg

 

"They just, for whatever reason, don't want to come to work", of course this has nothing "whatever" to do with the oppressive measures employers are imposing on the workforce. Masks, testing, vax bullying...

 

Businesses, not satisfied with bullying their existing employees with toxic mandates, would like the government to clawback furlough payments as incentive to get the others back to work.

 

Reading such nearsighted articles like this one we might be tricked into thinking the labour force is lazy and needs a swift boot in the arse to get working again.

 

Truth is a lot of that workforce are single parents with kids. The way the government has been opening and closing daycare and schools is it any surprise many would prefer to devote themselves to protecting their kids from these maniacs and their insane containment measures by simply staying at home as long as possible.

 

"Whatever reasons", yeah right.

 

Btw, Saputo is the cheese mafia in the province of Quebec Canada.

 

 

Well said! 👍

 

(Ran out of likes long ago).

 

Typical spinning of the truth that will be lapped up for the planned basic income intro.

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Louise Hampton and some other protestors have been trying to raise awareness of Covid injections outside vaccination centres. This is a video recorded today from the Brentford site. Louise is reading out official UK Government Yellowcard statistics of adverse reactions. Apparently they changed the minds of 6 people.

 

 

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Reflecting on the lost income tax for government on account of covid and the way the government still spends like drunk sailors I am amazed not more people are wondering why they pay taxes on their income if the government can get by very well without it. Actually pushing hard to have less income tax by closing businesses.

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