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I just love reading the comments and posts and rarely have anything to add. Today, however, I had the first in a series of annual 'health related appointments' on account of a wonky organ. I was sitting with a specialist nurse for 10-15 mins, and it went well enough (no mention of jabs etc) and then she sprang it on me... 'had your covid vaccine yet?'

 

I was polite enough, said no, and she was respectful. My main concern, I explained, was the vaccine death rate of over 1300 people (in the UK alone) after only 5 months. I wouldn't take any treatment for any condition with that level of risk. To be fair, she was nice enough, but said "do you fancy your chances with covid?!"

 

I laughed in her face. Didn't mean to. I was trying to be nice and polite and didn't want to discuss any covid/vaccine bollocks, but she 'went there'. In the end we parted amicably, after I explained that there was no such thing as "covid" and that we had a "pandemic" (in name only) without a deadly disease. I only mention it here as she said many patients 'said the same thing'.

 

(Sorry for any un-corrected typos, it's my day off and I'm mostly drinking Lidl's 'Perlenbacher' lager and don't have the wherewithal to spellcheck my post.)

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30 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

 

 

And this image from the app developer's site https://tinymedicalapps.com/-

 

Sep 11th (the UK's vaccine hotline number is 119) and a passenger jet.

 

There are even 2 different times on the phone; 15:52 (added up = 13)

and 2:36 (11) (put those together to get 33)

 

And the icons used; 'health tracker' paw print like you're a dog. And is that a camera on the 'health hacks' button? These apps could be easy to hack, the NHS make no guarantees.

 

Incidentally the NHS doesn't make any of these apps and accepts no responsibility

whatsoever for damages, harm , loss of data, etc.

 

some more info on the app here-

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tinymedicalapps.digitalhealthpassport&hl=en_US

 

 

 

 

Twin towers of the bridge too.

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1 hour ago, k_j_evans said:

Not sure how much is in the drops, but you need 4 guinea pig/rabbit tablets (3mg) to get the human dose (12mg) used in India. Horse version might be easier but need to reduce dose by bodyweight - the sheep and cattle ones tend to be injections in the UK (see https://www.hyperdrug.co.uk/ivermectin-horse-wormers/products/1185)

 

I fail to see why anyone here is thinking of using this stuff at all; there is no virus 🤔

 

But if you must, here you go.

 

https://vetpost.co.nz/product/iverquantel-paste/

 

 

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3 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

But Professor Tim Spector, who runs the Zoe Covid Symptom study, says that Delta can feel "more like a bad cold" for younger people, and that the three classic main symptoms may be less common now, according to the data his team have been analysing

He said: “Since the start of May, we have been looking at the top symptoms in the app users – and they are not the same as they were.

 

“This variant seems to be working slightly differently."

The top three symptoms reported to the ZOE study are now remarkably similar to some symptoms of hay fever.

Hay fever can cause a sore, itchy throat, a running nose, itchy eyes and skin, as well as headaches.

These symptoms have also been commonly reported in the ZOE study, more so now with the new variant sweeping across the UK.

ZOE research now suggests that a headache and runny nose - also common symptoms of a cold - are now two leading indicators of being infected with COVID-19.

According to ZOE's latest data, the COVID-19 case rate in the UK is now highest in the 20 to 29 age group.

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1453942/Delta-variant-symptoms-difference-between-Covid-19-hay-fever-EVG

 

 

 

Who is Tim Spector, and why are people taking notice of his shitty app.

 

Biography

 

Spector is professor of genetic epidemiology and director of the TwinsUK registry at King's College, London. He is a specialist in twin studies, genetics, epigenetics, and microbiome and diet.

 

He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2020 Birthday Honours for services to the Covid-19 response.

 

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Spector

 

Interested in genetics too...

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20 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

Shocking story. Medical doctor fired for voicing concerns about injecting children with the deadly mRNA.

 

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/practicing-surgeon-and-professor-fired-by-college-of-medicine-for-voicing-safety-concerns-about-covid-shots-for-children

 

Another in the lengthening line of those honest professionals being treated in  this fascistic manner.

 

Hats off to the brave ones who do speak up.

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24 minutes ago, Dickwan said:

I just love reading the comments and posts and rarely have anything to add. Today, however, I had the first in a series of annual 'health related appointments' on account of a wonky organ. I was sitting with a specialist nurse for 10-15 mins, and it went well enough (no mention of jabs etc) and then she sprang it on me... 'had your covid vaccine yet?'

 

I was polite enough, said no, and she was respectful. My main concern, I explained, was the vaccine death rate of over 1300 people (in the UK alone) after only 5 months. I wouldn't take any treatment for any condition with that level of risk. To be fair, she was nice enough, but said "do you fancy your chances with covid?!"

 

I laughed in her face. Didn't mean to. I was trying to be nice and polite and didn't want to discuss any covid/vaccine bollocks, but she 'went there'. In the end we parted amicably, after I explained that there was no such thing as "covid" and that we had a "pandemic" (in name only) without a deadly disease. I only mention it here as she said many patients 'said the same thing'.

 

(Sorry for any un-corrected typos, it's my day off and I'm mostly drinking Lidl's 'Perlenbacher' lager and don't have the wherewithal to spellcheck my post.)

 

*whips out phone* see this graph...

 

See how it goes up like that and then down, yea... that means it is a load of bullshit.

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17 minutes ago, Dickwan said:

I just love reading the comments and posts and rarely have anything to add. Today, however, I had the first in a series of annual 'health related appointments' on account of a wonky organ. I was sitting with a specialist nurse for 10-15 mins, and it went well enough (no mention of jabs etc) and then she sprang it on me... 'had your covid vaccine yet?'

 

I was polite enough, said no, and she was respectful. My main concern, I explained, was the vaccine death rate of over 1300 people (in the UK alone) after only 5 months. I wouldn't take any treatment for any condition with that level of risk. To be fair, she was nice enough, but said "do you fancy your chances with covid?!"

 

I laughed in her face. Didn't mean to. I was trying to be nice and polite and didn't want to discuss any covid/vaccine bollocks, but she 'went there'. In the end we parted amicably, after I explained that there was no such thing as "covid" and that we had a "pandemic" (in name only) without a deadly disease. I only mention it here as she said many patients 'said the same thing'.

 

(Sorry for any un-corrected typos, it's my day off and I'm mostly drinking Lidl's 'Perlenbacher' lager and don't have the wherewithal to spellcheck my post.)

Out of likes. I'd hoped more NHS staff and doctors, etc. would get organised and speak out against the fraud in greater numbers long before the 'vaccines' came along. Also other groups especially those with more power like the police, military, etc. But we're still waiting. I know a lot of NHS staff are fully aware they were not under great pressure due to 'covid', but they just ignore it for the most part. (I heard they've been threatened not to blow the whistle, dunno if that was all NHS staff).

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I had my family visit, they all had the injections and i picked up what could not be classified any other way than a mild throat infection and then a mild chest infection. It is very mild and I have not been sick but it is definitely there, I don't know whether it is their mask use or shedding but I find it curious that they are spreading this after getting injections, while previously they did not do this back in December. Obviously since they had the injections or had been wearing the masks for extended periods picked up this nasty chest and throat bug that they are now spreading. 

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4 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

Out of likes. I'd hoped more NHS staff and doctors, etc. would get organised and speak out against the fraud in greater numbers long before the 'vaccines' came along. Also other groups especially those with more power like the police, military, etc. But we're still waiting. I know a lot of NHS staff are fully aware they were not under great pressure due to 'covid', but they just ignore it for the most part. (I heard they've been threatened not to blow the whistle, dunno if that was all NHS staff).

 

‘Not under great pressure’ indeed.

 

While they were sitting on their arses or tik tokking around, this was going on.

Simply a pack of murderers; don’t know how they can  live with themselves.

 

Lockdown’s callous mass murder of the innocent – young wife and mum dies of cancer after NHS stopped treatment during fake pandemic and she is one of fantastic numbers who have died and will die because of a psychopathic government and NHS which needs to have its management dismissed and replaced with people with at least a smear of compassion and integrity – even that would be an improvement on what we have

 

https://davidicke.com/2021/06/24/lockdowns-callous-mass-murder-of-the-innocent-young-wife-and-mum-dies-of-cancer-after-nhs-stopped-treatment-during-fake-pandemic-and-she-is-one-of-fantastic-numbers-who-have-died-and-will-die-beca/

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5 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

Out of likes. I'd hoped more NHS staff and doctors, etc. would get organised and speak out against the fraud in greater numbers long before the 'vaccines' came along. Also other groups especially those with more power like the police, military, etc. But we're still waiting. I know a lot of NHS staff are fully aware they were not under great pressure due to 'covid', but they just ignore it for the most part. (I heard they've been threatened not to blow the whistle, dunno if that was all NHS staff).

I think its down to the fear of the unknown binding these groups of people to the system,the threat of losing their livelihood is greater than the threat of speaking out in which one begets the other,people really are wage slaves couple that with the contracts and financial ties they have and its a daunting prospect for anyone to take on voluntarily,so unthinkable in fact they they are willing to accept anything as long as it doesn't impinge on their earnings

Take that away and see a shift change,but not until its done forcibly via redundancy or companies folding and the forces the police and the nhs are all reliant on public money for wages so thats not going to happen anytime soon

The private sector will see far bigger losses when bribe payments are finally stopped,but as long as they can keep printing dosh on demand don't expect much change in the police,forces or nhs or anyone else dependent on government for their wages

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14 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

Out of likes. I'd hoped more NHS staff and doctors, etc. would get organised and speak out against the fraud in greater numbers long before the 'vaccines' came along. Also other groups especially those with more power like the police, military, etc. But we're still waiting. I know a lot of NHS staff are fully aware they were not under great pressure due to 'covid', but they just ignore it for the most part. (I heard they've been threatened not to blow the whistle, dunno if that was all NHS staff).

I got the feeling she was only going through the motions - definitely didn't seem committed to the covid cause. When she asked if I 'fancied my chances' with "covid" I just said the death rate for 2020 wasn't abnormal and the reported deaths were averaging out at 82.

 

I think if she had been a rabid disciple she would've been typically passive-aggressive, but on the whole she was borderline perfunctory re the vaccine message. 

 

p.s. said it before but will say it again, Boss, but I love your memes 😄

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3 minutes ago, Dickwan said:

I got the feeling she was only going through the motions - definitely didn't seem committed to the covid cause. When she asked if I 'fancied my chances' with "covid" I just said the death rate for 2020 wasn't abnormal and the reported deaths were averaging out at 82.

 

I think if she had been a rabid disciple she would've been typically passive-aggressive, but on the whole she was borderline perfunctory re the vaccine message. 

 

p.s. said it before but will say it again, Boss, but I love your memes 😄

My ex wife is a ward sister and fully invested in it when she's at work,has her doubts when not at work,has a daughter who is going to have the jab when required even though i've begged and pleaded with her to do anything possible not to have it (finances and losing her job being the biggest threat) she is also double jabbed,the threat of losing her job is enough to keep her compliant,your quoting figures at folk that invested will have little to no effect,makes you feel better but thats about it at the end of her shift she will go home forget anything you've said and tomorrow is another day,The nhs employs 1.5 million people thats a lot of people to change the minds of,even mass deaths wont do it when the threat of losing their sky subscription and a bottle or two of reisling a night is in jeapordy

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1 hour ago, BossCrow said:

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 Yikes, I witnessed this very same thing on Leith Walk once...if we replace the dogs for androgynous "men". Nasty business.

 

Lest this post is deemed off topic... I spotted a grown man urinating on Leith Walk last week. Must've been around 3/3.30pm (just as the schools come out). My immediate thought was "what about covid" etc (no it wasn't).

 

No word of a lie, but then, just up the road I encountered a young couple engaged in the tender act of love making (aye, "what about covid" [I didn't think]). In summary, great to see local folk going about their business (some sort of comment about Orwell and proles could be fitted in here but I've reached my limit of allegory and metaphor).    

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Boss today - put a mask on please

Me - nope, recovering from surgery anyway where mask use inhibits said recovery

Boss - well it doesn't bother me, but you could get a £250 fine

Me - do exemptions still apply?

Boss - yes

Me - 😐

 

A short time later...

 

Boss - have you had your vax then?

Me - nope

Boss - (a wry smile perhaps)

Me - i'll wait until at least the trial period is over (actual wry smile)

 

Maybe he's happy because he suspects the 'no vax no job' incoming and knows i won't have it, therefore will be dismissed or leave (don't think he likes me all that much). I'm just happy i haven't had some weird shit injected in me for literally no reason.

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36 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

I had my family visit, they all had the injections and i picked up what could not be classified any other way than a mild throat infection and then a mild chest infection. It is very mild and I have not been sick but it is definitely there, I don't know whether it is their mask use or shedding but I find it curious that they are spreading this after getting injections, while previously they did not do this back in December. Obviously since they had the injections or had been wearing the masks for extended periods picked up this nasty chest and throat bug that they are now spreading. 

Its interesting that hardly any of us have gotten "sick" until people starting getting the needle. 

 

I had a particularly ferocious cold a couple of weeks back commonly known in the uk as man flu.

 

But prior to this i have been fine. 

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28 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

My ex wife is a ward sister and fully invested in it when she's at work,has her doubts when not at work,has a daughter who is going to have the jab when required even though i've begged and pleaded with her to do anything possible not to have it (finances and losing her job being the biggest threat) she is also double jabbed,the threat of losing her job is enough to keep her compliant,your quoting figures at folk that invested will have little to no effect,makes you feel better but thats about it at the end of her shift she will go home forget anything you've said and tomorrow is another day,The nhs employs 1.5 million people thats a lot of people to change the minds of,even mass deaths wont do it when the threat of losing their sky subscription and a bottle or two of reisling a night is in jeapordy

I have little involvement with the NHS, well, as little as I can these days, but I fear you're right - someone mentioned earlier about the difference between being intelligent and being 'aware'; lots of 'intelligent' people have sleep-walked into taking "jabs". But you're right, people like me making polite anti-vax comments will wash off the backs of seasoned NHS health professionals. The risk of not making car payments, Sky TV, store cards, etc, is too much for most folk. 

 

For what it's worth, I hope your girl doesn't end up jabbed. 

 

And Whatsa (if you don't mind me calling you this), I like your posts and wouldn't want to spill your pint!

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42 minutes ago, Dickwan said:

 Yikes, I witnessed this very same thing on Leith Walk once...if we replace the dogs for androgynous "men". Nasty business.

 

Lest this post is deemed off topic... I spotted a grown man urinating on Leith Walk last week. Must've been around 3/3.30pm (just as the schools come out). My immediate thought was "what about covid" etc (no it wasn't).

 

No word of a lie, but then, just up the road I encountered a young couple engaged in the tender act of love making (aye, "what about covid" [I didn't think]). In summary, great to see local folk going about their business (some sort of comment about Orwell and proles could be fitted in here but I've reached my limit of allegory and metaphor).    

😂😂😂

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33 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Its interesting that hardly any of us have gotten "sick" until people starting getting the needle. 

 

I had a particularly ferocious cold a couple of weeks back commonly known in the uk as man flu.

 

But prior to this i have been fine. 

Saw a couple of family members who were jabbed about a week ago (no idea how recently they were jabbed or which vaxx). Felt like I was coming down with a mild cold/flu later that day and next day. Back of one of my arms ached a bit too. Symptoms seemed to pass in a few hours but I've had a very mild sore throat this week. Never masked or hand sanitised since day 1 and not had any colds, etc. since start of scamdemic, or in the couple of years before that.

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