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3 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

If only we could crowd fund and buy an island somewhere. Then we can make our rules and stick our fingers up to all the covidiots. An island where the weather is good of course, I don't do cold places. 🤣

 

Isle of wight, David is there already.

Claimed for the covid freedom movement!

Actually that would be  great, our own place, no boris  no whitty no hancock.

Pubs are open as late as they want, masks are outlawed.

Grow masses of our own food.

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A group of proper experts - including Professor Sunetra Gupta, Professor Carl Heneghan and Professor Sucharit Bhakdi - have today submitted an open letter to Boris Johnson, Chris Whitty and Patrick Valance et al setting out concerns about current policy and asking for reconsideration of the path forward. The letter has 4 authors and 28 signatories.

 

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40 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Yeah i followed her for a bit when people were doing video vlogs which was a good project. But then when she stopped and started a project somewhere else she started going on about impartiality. She seems seeped into the system. I don't always mind that but she sells herself as different. 

 

I hardly EVER call out people as being 'shills' but her behaviour is strange especially in that interview. She got all nervous and twitchy something i woukd expect kay burley to do. She hasn't realised the msm is the enemy yet nah sorry love not buying any of it. As someone else state her self righteousness stinks. Anyways sorry for clogging the thread up might discuss her another time in another thread. 

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Nothing wrong with impartiality in journalism, however i find it hard to trust anyone that sits on the fence in these times. Although sometimes the truth can be found somewhere down the middle i smell BS with her. 

 

 

Posh people aren't very good at conveying sincerity

 

cons her hair dress and lipstick are shite 

pros she isn't as posh as Peter Hitchens

 

I've never called anyone a shill in my life sounds very unpleasant 

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12 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

Not......l repeat NOT a joke 🥴 
 

 

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If you cover the mouth and nose of someone who is unconscious or not breathing, they will suffocate die and the Bee Gees won't resuscitate them.

 

Cause of death? Government guidelines.

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6 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

Posh people aren't very good at conveying sincerity

 

cons her hair dress and lipstick are shite 

pros she isn't as posh as Peter Hitchens

 

I've never called anyone a shill in my life sounds very unpleasant 

I've never judged anyone based on whether they are posh or not in my life!!!

 

Sounds very unpleasent 🙄

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11 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

A group of proper experts - including Professor Sunetra Gupta, Professor Carl Heneghan and Professor Sucharit Bhakdi - have today submitted an open letter to Boris Johnson, Chris Whitty and Patrick Valance et al setting out concerns about current policy and asking for reconsideration of the path forward. The letter has 4 authors and 28 signatories.

 

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Wow! Wonder how the Chief Scientific Quacks will respond to this? Probably Sweep it under the rug.

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For context to my previous post (for those unfamiliar with the legendary 'Airplane!' movies) this is exactly what happens whenever someone 'does a press conference':

 

Despite his title of 'prime minister', Boris Johnson is NOT in charge and is NOT in control of anything.

 

Matt Hancock, the current Health Secretary, was a failed contender in the last Conservative Party leadership contest. He certainly thinks he has 'power' lately, with his own numerous press briefing appearances.

 

Jeremy Hunt was the previous Health Secretary for some time. Ever wondered despite years in the role, why he was suddenly 'reshuffled' last year?

 

The 'technocracy' is staring us all in the face now, and is blindingly obvious. The Government do not run this country. They are being told ("advised") what to do by people such as Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance. Who are these people? Chief Medical Officer? Chief Scientific Advisor?

 

Whatever their fancy titles, they are 'unelected bureaucracts'. We cannot vote them in or out of their positions, they are 'appointed'.

 

But these are the people telling our Government what do do. Sorry, I meant "advising" them what to do.

 

They are being trusted implicitly. No-one dares to challenge or question them. Their 'advice' is taken as 'gospel'.

 

"We are EXPERTS therefore everything we say is TRUE".

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3 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Totally agree. I think the government at the moment are trying to get a citizen army ready to resist people who see through this rubbish. Grass on your neighbour, shout about the mask. The average person will do what their told whatever.

 

Yeah, eventually the media will paint this as kind of a civil war between "anti-vaxxers" and supposed sensible law abiding people, only the "anti-vaxxers" will be mostly just people who have lost their businesses and livelihoods.

 

I think their hope is to have health passport systems and widespread efficient tracking in place before things turn sour, so any trouble can be dealt with immediately and in the harshest way possible, much like in China. The only difficulty if that the majority of people have to say yes to this before its possible, and with increasing number pissed off and realising there's no real end to this in sight it's going to be really difficult for them.

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3 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

 

Isle of wight, David is there already.

Claimed for the covid freedom movement!

Actually that would be  great, our own place, no boris  no whitty no hancock.

Pubs are open as late as they want, masks are outlawed.

Grow masses of our own food.

My thoughts exactly, just the whole truth community, maybe flat earthers, we'll have to have a vote on that one and sod em. They can do what they want with the rest of em, just leave us to it. They can stick their vaccines, AI, capitalistic and materialistic bull crap and we live happily ever after. 

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6 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

My thoughts exactly, just the whole truth community, maybe flat earthers, we'll have to have a vote on that one and sod em. They can do what they want with the rest of em, just leave us to it. They can stick their vaccines, AI, capitalistic and materialistic bull crap and we live happily ever after. 

 

It would be so sweet.

I read that the way to defeat hierarchy from arising is to keep communities under 500 people.

So build small communities in each area, then nobody can start saying "I am the king here." cuts all that stuff dead.

 

Each small community helps the other ones, but remains loosely autonomous.

"We need your dentist and our plumber is already on his way to you."

 

What a life we could have and what a life the young could have on their own island.

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Doc said:

Yesterday my son was given a few packs of Lego cards by his nan. I had a look at them with him and this is in there. Bill Gates. Is that C:V on the mug?

Wtf is this?

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That is very weird...at least it tells the truth about being a 'nasty cold'.

The nasty cold quote seems out of context and was added later? 

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