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28 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

What?

 

some people think that drug companies will kill everybody off with the vaccine, not likely why kill the golden goose.  more likely to be shoddy  and rushed vaccines that are causing problems. 

 

if they wanted to bump specific people off,  covert ops might tamper with batches but they'd have to make sure they go to the right people. 

 

no way would civilisation survive and the techno paradise come about if 80% of the population suddenly died.  the worlds too complicated for that, it needs a lot of people to keep the modern world going.

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2 hours ago, vinny79 said:

Friend of mine just sent me a picture of his jab card

 

devastated, thought I had turned them.

 

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I've had hundreds of thousands of conversations (non small talk) with tens of thousands of people and have learnt that hardly anybody listens (regardless of the subject) and people's memories are simply terrible.

 

It is frustrating having a near photographic memory for conversations had over decades, even going back nearly half a century to when I was a small child.

 

I've concluded that people are, on the whole, selfish. They engage in conversation because they hate silence and cannot deal with it. However, they are not listening to what you have to say because they have absolutely no interest in anybody but themselves.

 

I've tested this at work, whereby I tell somebody something that they can't possibly forget - for instance my past as a heroin addict. I'll revisit the same subject a short while later and they'll say:

 

"Wow. I would never have thought that about you" 

 

They simply weren't listening the first time and probably won't remember the second time, either.

 

We really are in an age of self.

 

Yet I can tell everybody about every bloody mundane aspect of their lives because I do listen. Unfortunately, they've forgotten they already told me and they can't remember how I responded - because they were not listening.

 

Though I am married with four kids, I am very much a loner socially because I find people to be so tiresome.

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4 minutes ago, Saved said:

I've had hundreds of thousands of conversations (non small talk) with tens of thousands of people and have learnt that hardly anybody listens (regardless of the subject) and people's memories are simply terrible.

 

It is frustrating having a near photographic memory for conversations had over decades, even going back nearly half a century to when I was a small child.

 

I've concluded that people are, on the whole, selfish. They engage in conversation because they hate silence and cannot deal with it. However, they are not listening to what you have to say because they have absolutely no interest in anybody but themselves.

 

I've tested this at work, whereby I tell somebody something that they can't possibly forget - for instance my past as a heroin addict. I'll revisit the same subject a short while later and they'll say:

 

"Wow. I would never have thought that about you" 

 

They simply weren't listening the first time and probably won't remember the second time, either.

 

We really are in an age of self.

 

Yet I can tell everybody about every bloody mundane aspect of their lives because I do listen. Unfortunately, they've forgotten they already told me and they can't remember how I responded - because they were not listening.

 

Though I am married with four kids, I am very much a loner socially because I find people to be so tiresome.

 

Many people , (the elderly especially) don't listen nowadays. They just wait to talk. That's why I usually talk only when it's necessary

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1 hour ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

Apparently the 19th July is now in doubt:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/06/15/pfizer-shortage-could-derail-july-19-target-covid-vaccine-rollout/

 

Pfizer shortage ‘could derail’ July 19 target as Covid vaccine rollout slows

Supplies of the jab to virus hotspots in which case rates are rising among younger groups have been cut, Telegraph learns

ByBill Gardner and Laura Donnelly,  HEALTH EDITOR15 June 2021 • 9:30pm
 

Shortages of the Pfizer vaccine have forced the NHS to slow the rollout of jabs despite ministers promising to use the delay to the ending of Covid restrictions to vaccinate as many people as possible.

Supplies of the Pfizer jab to virus hotspots in which Covid case rates are rising among younger groups have been cut, The Telegraph has learned.

Boris Johnson said on Monday that delaying the reopening would give the NHS crucial weeks in which to accelerate the vaccination programme.

This is following exactly that Whitehall leak which said first would be a variant, then a "vaccine shortage" in order to keep delaying the lifting of restrictions. Does anyone have a link to it? I've seen it posted around a few times.

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7 hours ago, Outsider said:

He's definitely preparing us for something big, something dramatic and I think something REAL. A big pile of shit and a very big fan....they are getting ready to throw it. 

Like what ?

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21 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

 

This is a bloody good interview. He talks about about the vax adverse reactions and the propaganda.  He sounds very awake.

 

 

 

Can't believe he got injected twice though..once would have been enough if it put him out for a week.

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7 minutes ago, Saved said:

It is frustrating having a near photographic memory for conversations had over decades, even going back nearly half a century to when I was a small child.

 

Listeners are rare.

 

I often prefer to listen than speak & I find some people are unnerved by this and others don't even notice with their "me me me" conversation.

 

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1 hour ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

Apparently the 19th July is now in doubt:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/06/15/pfizer-shortage-could-derail-july-19-target-covid-vaccine-rollout/

 

Pfizer shortage ‘could derail’ July 19 target as Covid vaccine rollout slows

Supplies of the jab to virus hotspots in which case rates are rising among younger groups have been cut, Telegraph learns

ByBill Gardner and Laura Donnelly,  HEALTH EDITOR15 June 2021 • 9:30pm
 

Shortages of the Pfizer vaccine have forced the NHS to slow the rollout of jabs despite ministers promising to use the delay to the ending of Covid restrictions to vaccinate as many people as possible.

Supplies of the Pfizer jab to virus hotspots in which Covid case rates are rising among younger groups have been cut, The Telegraph has learned.

Boris Johnson said on Monday that delaying the reopening would give the NHS crucial weeks in which to accelerate the vaccination programme.

Pfizer shortage = best get em quick,running out fast

Forced the nhs = it's not our fault

Promising to use = yes we promise honestly we do but we need more time to jab more of the gullible

Virus hotspots = It's happening somewhere else ,yes we know you can't see it where you are but you know,hotspots

Delaying the opening - it's the nhs's fault nothing to do with us they need to pull their lazy fingers out of their arses

 

A totally non psychological look at the 'headlines'

 

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39 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

Tory Covid recovery group also casting doubt:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57478760

 

Mark Harper, chairman of the Covid Recovery Group of Tory MPs, said "we could have moved ahead perfectly safely" without the delay.

He told LBC radio that the prime minister's comments about 19 July were "exactly the same words as he was using about 21 June".

"So some of us, I'm afraid, are a bit worried that we're not going to actually move forward on 19 July," he said.

 

Someone posted earlier that the new delayed "freedom day" of July 19th comes just after the biggest sporting (and therefore hospiltality) weekend in the national calendar. All those events in late June and early July that will now be crippled financially by still having to operate at a max of 25% or even less. All those refunds for Wimbledon, the Euro 2020 grounds still not more than 1/4 full, Silverstone likely to miss out on millions they would normally get over that Grand Prix weekend.

 

This is a deliberate destruction of the hospitality and (entertainment) business sector.

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39 minutes ago, Anders said:

 

This clearly hasn't been thought through

lots of dead staff.

massive staff walkout.

protect nhs, don't overload it in winter 21

 

I do wonder how much of this actually is part of the plan?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

 

Someone posted earlier that the new delayed "freedom day" of July 19th comes just after the biggest sporting (and therefore hospiltality) weekend in the national calendar. All those events in late June and early July that will now be crippled financially by still having to operate at a max of 25% or even less. All those refunds for Wimbledon, the Euro 2020 grounds still not more than 1/4 full, Silverstone likely to miss out on millions they would normally get over that Grand Prix weekend.

 

This is a deliberate destruction of the hospitality and (entertainment) business sector.

I've watched this unroll since last year especially regarding tickets sales for live gigs,slightest hint and out come the tickets only to be cancelled,over and over again,dates rescheduled ,some poeple having difficulty getting full refunds etc etc,the industry itself has done itself no favours whatsoever.I understand the bands im thinking of can only piss with the tools they have and they have to make a living but again they've done theirselves no favours by buying into it along with the promoters and ticket agencies,I'm sure this spreads across all aspects of the entertainment industry ,What better way to kill of a huge portion of societys leisure activities than get those same industries to destroy themselves chasing money

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Just now, shadowmoon said:

lots of dead staff.

massive staff walkout.

protect nhs, don't overload it in winter 21

 

I do wonder how much of this actually is part of the plan?

 

 

It's the biggest employer in the UK bar none,and given that people are the most expensive commodity in any organisation it makes sound financial sense to get rid of as many as possible whilst still retaining enough to operate under a facade of being fit for purpose

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

lots of dead staff.

massive staff walkout.

protect nhs, don't overload it in winter 21

 

I do wonder how much of this actually is part of the plan?

 

 

Aside from "treating" the "covid virus", the NHS are no longer interested in seeing or helping people. So, once this scamdemic has achieved whatever it is designed to achieve, there will be no need for an NHS type healthcare provider that is run by actual humans. It'll be automated and digitised and all the other AI crap they've been suggesting through drip-drip coverage in the media.

 

Robots can do the surgeries deemed essential. Robots can deep clean and sanitise the hospitals. Admin will be electronic and online.

 

Welcome to hell.

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As a matter of interest i just checked how many the NHS actually employ and its 1.5 million people,thats a huge amount of the working population and its almost a given that everyone in the UK knows someone who is or has been employed by the nhs

Those 1.5 million are already dependent on the state for their livelihood,what better group of people to slide onto UBI by underhand means it also has the added benefit of showing the rest of the proles that UBI isn't so bad afterall as long as they jump through the hoops of the government

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37 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

I noticed the date on the article which is 2016,They have had 5 years to refine that procedure so what they can do now ,especially given that research like that would attract uncountable resources being thrown at it ,doesn't bear thinking about

Wonder if the clown quoted saying this research is ''badass'' is still saying that ?

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1 hour ago, Saved said:

I've had hundreds of thousands of conversations (non small talk) with tens of thousands of people and have learnt that hardly anybody listens (regardless of the subject) and people's memories are simply terrible.

 

It is frustrating having a near photographic memory for conversations had over decades, even going back nearly half a century to when I was a small child.

 

I've concluded that people are, on the whole, selfish. They engage in conversation because they hate silence and cannot deal with it. However, they are not listening to what you have to say because they have absolutely no interest in anybody but themselves.

 

I've tested this at work, whereby I tell somebody something that they can't possibly forget - for instance my past as a heroin addict. I'll revisit the same subject a short while later and they'll say:

 

"Wow. I would never have thought that about you" 

 

They simply weren't listening the first time and probably won't remember the second time, either.

 

We really are in an age of self.

 

Yet I can tell everybody about every bloody mundane aspect of their lives because I do listen. Unfortunately, they've forgotten they already told me and they can't remember how I responded - because they were not listening.

 

Though I am married with four kids, I am very much a loner socially because I find people to be so tiresome.

I feel as you do. Your post is spot on.

 

Its mans day

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