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22 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

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Nice. At least it's not C:V on the mug EW. Just a bit of code. Still a bit odd with the 'nasty cold'... Surely it is modelled on Gates.. Maybe it's South Park Gates..

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2 minutes ago, Jack said:

Lockdown for 6 months, new measures introduced

 

The Leader of the 'opposition' offered no opposition to the Government's mandate, but fully endorsed it. Starmer's only gripe is, the way it's been handled and the lack of test and tracing. SNP Ian Blackford, simply reiterated the “deady virus” mantra.

 

Johnson says the measures "will only work if people comply" and points to those "brazenly" breaking the rules. As a result, the PM confirms they will be enforced with tighter penalties. He says this is "in no way a return to the lockdown" from March. It's worse.

 

"If all these actions fail we reserve the right to use greater fire power with significantly greater restrictions," he said, “but we will only be able to avoid it if our new measures work and our behaviour changes.” What more can they do besides a total lockdown?

 

Johnson says the new rules on table service will mean fines if it is broken. He then announced there will be new places where face coverings will be required. Staff in the hospitality and retail sectors will now need to wear them, as well as passengers travelling in taxis.


 

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It wouldn’t surprise me if the further restrictions that vile little ugly scumbag Wee Jimmy Krankie will impose in Scotland will be that everything closes down and people have to stay indoors 24/7. Those draconian rules  are the sort of things the wee bitch and SNP love to impose on the Scottish people.

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Boris looks like a shell of a man. The economic question finally at least being brought up by the opposition.

 

Id say his days are numbered, he's being fed to the wolves. I don't think it really matters who's leading this lockdown push, the people behind it will make sure whoever replaces him is fully behind it and the narrative will be that Boris was too lax and caused a second wave by not locking down fully. 

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42 minutes ago, Artmuzz said:

It wouldn’t surprise me if the further restrictions that vile little ugly scumbag Wee Jimmy Krankie will impose in Scotland will be that everything closes down and people have to stay indoors 24/7. Those draconian rules  are the sort of things the wee bitch and SNP love to impose on the Scottish people.

 

Agreed.

 

I just sent this to my local MSP, just to embarrass her.

 

I understand that as a political representative, you are following the Government's arbitrary Covid mandate implicitly and without question, but can you explain the logic behind preventing people from socialising at home, with people whom they mingle with during the day in the office, classroom, supermarket and various venues? What is it about the home that makes it more susceptible to infecting others than the pub? Also, what is the scientific basis for a 10:00pm curfew, as decreed by Boris Johnson, for people who have interacted all day prior to this time? Why is the “deadly virus” more contagious at night? I would appreciate it if you could clarify the rationale behind these contradictory measures.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Agreed.

 

I just sent this to my local MSP, just to embarrass her.

 

I understand that as a political representative, you are following the Government's arbitrary Covid mandate implicitly and without question, but can you explain the logic behind preventing people from socialising at home, with people whom they mingle with during the day in the office, classroom, supermarket and various venues? What is it about the home that makes it more susceptible to infecting others than the pub? Also, what is the scientific basis for a 10:00pm curfew, as decreed by Boris Johnson, for people who have interacted all day prior to this time? Why is the “deadly virus” more contagious at night? I would appreciate it if you could clarify the rationale behind these contradictory measures.

 

 

Did you not hear Boris say, after 10 people have drunk a bit too much and get closer together?

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False-positive PCR results linked to administration of seasonal influenza vaccine

T Curran et al. J Med Microbiol. 2012 Mar.
 
Quote "detection studies demonstrated vaccine RNA still detectable for at least 66 days. Administration of influenza vaccines and clinical sampling in the same room resulted in the contamination with vaccine strains of surveillance swabs collected from patients with ILI. Vaccine contamination should therefore be considered, particularly where multiple influenza virus RNA PCR positive signals (e.g. H1N1, H3N2 and influenza B) are detected in the same specimen".
 
All the way back in 2012 eh, 😂 

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22096134/

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Face coverings will be mandatory for retail staff and customers moving around indoor hospitality venues in England from Monday, the Government has announced.

Mr Johnson said: “We will extend the requirement to wear face coverings to include staff in retail.

 

I started a retail job yesterday,  I won't/can't wear a mask because of sinus problems. Face shield I just won't wear either.

I will refuse again when they ask me.

Going to be a short job...

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31 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

Face coverings will be mandatory for retail staff and customers moving around indoor hospitality venues in England from Monday, the Government has announced.

Mr Johnson said: “We will extend the requirement to wear face coverings to include staff in retail.

 

I started a retail job yesterday,  I won't/can't wear a mask because of sinus problems. Face shield I just won't wear either.

I will refuse again when they ask me.

Going to be a short job...

I feel for you and sorry to hear that you're being put in this situation which may cost you your job. I've had it with these bastards, when are people going to get past the BS and see the lies that are being perpetuated right in front of us. How much more are people going to take? How much more proof do they need? Sorry folks but the BBC, sky et al aren't going to be telling you even a modicum of truth, so better start getting a grip now before this shit really starts to take hold. 

 

Damn, it's so hard not being frustrated, isolated and angry at the minute. They're really doing a number on us. 

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29 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

I feel for you and sorry to hear that you're being put in this situation which may cost you your job. I've had it with these bastards, when are people going to get past the BS and see the lies that are being perpetuated right in front of us. How much more are people going to take? How much more proof do they need? Sorry folks but the BBC, sky et al aren't going to be telling you even a modicum of truth, so better start getting a grip now before this shit really starts to take hold. 

 

Damn, it's so hard not being frustrated, isolated and angry at the minute. They're really doing a number on us. 

 

 

Being screwed over again with ridiculous rules.

It seems to me that  people will take an unlimited amount of orders. there is no limit & perhaps they even secretly enjoy it?

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I see they are worried about the lock down protests in Australia:

 

‘Dan Andrews’ Stasi’: Victoria premier under fire for proposed law that would allow govt officials to arbitrarily arrest citizens

22 Sep, 2020 14:41
 
Civil liberties groups and legal professionals are sounding the alarm in the Australian state of Victoria over the proposed Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Bill, which would afford government officials the powers to arrest citizens.

The bill has been proposed by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and would also allow government officials to arrest people they suspect may spread the coronavirus through planned future action, such as anti-lockdown protesters.  

Public servants, union officials, or any other government staff such as protective services officers and WorkSafe inspectors could be drafted in to enforce public health directions pertaining to the coronavirus pandemic, should the bill pass the upper house of Parliament in the state. 

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https://www.rt.com/news/501366-victoria-people-arrest-each-other/

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At my daughters secondary school they have “bubbles” for each year. Tried to explain to head master they wouldn’t work because: all year groups pass between lessons in corridors. Children and parent mingle outside before and after school. Teachers as filmed by kids pass between bubbles throughout the day. Asked him how that made any sense. No response. Sent my daughters year group home for a week because of “ confirmed” case. Explained to them neither we nor she would be checking online for updates/ home learning etc because we had better things to do with our time than to be fu**ed about by imbeciles.

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Just popped into a petrol station and the young lady at the till had a mask on. I told her it will make her ill and to take it off. She just looked at me. I then turned around to grab a Yorkie and when I'd turned back she'd taken it off. Good girl!

 

So I then told her the Queens a lizard, the earth's flat and no planes crashed on 911. 

 

I joke lol, but I did tell her to maybe have a look in the covid figures etc and to not totally believe the media. Hopefully a seed sown..

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1 hour ago, shadowmoon said:

 

 

Being screwed over again with ridiculous rules.

It seems to me that  people will take an unlimited amount of orders. there is no limit & perhaps they even secretly enjoy it?

It's the indoctrination we've all been subjected to since birth. Leaning compliance in school, learning generally nothing about the world and calling that education. The apathy displayed around the world is frightening, but hopefully enough are starting to wake from their slumber. 

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1 hour ago, Bombadil said:

At my daughters secondary school they have “bubbles” for each year. Tried to explain to head master they wouldn’t work because: all year groups pass between lessons in corridors. Children and parent mingle outside before and after school. Teachers as filmed by kids pass between bubbles throughout the day. Asked him how that made any sense. No response. Sent my daughters year group home for a week because of “ confirmed” case. Explained to them neither we nor she would be checking online for updates/ home learning etc because we had better things to do with our time than to be fu**ed about by imbeciles.

They are frightened of law suits. They know it's crap but all it needs is leaked phone footage of kids jumping on each other in a playground and an 'outbreak '. God forbid a teacher dies of something they would have died of anyway and it gets called covid. They're thinking of all the employers liability and public liability claims as well as reputation destroyed. It's pants I'm so annoyed on teachers behalf...most of them genuinely care and want to do their best. They are being hung out to dry..damned if they do damned if they don't 

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29 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

It's the indoctrination we've all been subjected to since birth. Leaning compliance in school, learning generally nothing about the world and calling that education. The apathy displayed around the world is frightening, but hopefully enough are starting to wake from their slumber. 

 

Absolutely  so, my parents took me out of my first school,  the teachers  preferred coffee breaks to doing the job they were paid to.. every other kid was in remedial class or struggling. It was about learning to obey the master not learning anything worthwhile.

 

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Van Morrison has announced the impending release of three songs protesting the UK’s COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.

 

The tracks are set to be released over two-week intervals, with the first dropping September 25.

 

The song, titled ‘Born To Be Free’, features lyrics including: “The new normal, is not normal/ It’s no kind of normal at all/ Everyone seems to have amnesia/ Don’t need the government cramping my style/ Give them an inch, they take a mile.”Another song, ‘No More Lockdown’, denounces “fascist bullies” amongst the pandemic: “No more lockdown/ No more government outreach/ No more fascist bullies/ Disturbing our peace.”The third track, ‘As I Walked Out’, references confusion around the severity of coronavirus: “Well, on the government website from the 21st March 2020/ It said COVID-19 was no longer high risk/ Then two days later/ They put us under lockdown.”

 

In a statement regarding the new songs, Morrison said they were based on his belief in “freedom of choice.”“I’m not telling people what to do or think, the government is doing a great job of that already… It’s about freedom of choice, I believe people should have the right to think for themselves,” he said.

 

https://tonedeaf.thebrag.com/van-morrison-songs-protesting-covid-19-lockdown-restrictions/

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Covid-19: Does Sweden have herd immunity?

https://sebastianrushworth.com/2020/09/19/covid-19-does-sweden-have-herd-immunity/

 

"So, to conclude: Covid is over in Sweden. We have herd immunity. Most likely, many other parts of the world do too, including England, Italy, and parts of the US, like New York. And the countries that have successfully contained the spread of the disease, like Germany, Denmark, New Zealand, and Australia, are going to have to stay in lockdown for at least another year, and possibly several years, if they don’t want to develop herd immunity the natural way."

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