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3 minutes ago, Bee said:

Where we live, many of the local businesses are every bit as bad! Job ad from one yesterday (the job was packing up 'artisan' popcorn) stating that the successful applicant must prove they had received both injections. We have a pub landlord (the pub is independent and not part of a franchise/chain) who is stating you cant drink in his pub unless you prove vaccination. Completely bonkers!

 

Artisan fucking popcorn?

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In all of history, have the useful idiots ever admitted that they were indeed used like pawns, after the reality of the situation presented itself clearly ?

 

This nonsense would end today if the idiots would wake up and use their voice to say NO MORE. 

 

It's not hard to do. I feel sorry for the brainwashed dolts :(

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20 minutes ago, bradlaw said:

In all of history, have the useful idiots ever admitted that they were indeed used like pawns, after the reality of the situation presented itself clearly ?

 

This nonsense would end today if the idiots would wake up and use their voice to say NO MORE. 

 

It's not hard to do. I feel sorry for the brainwashed dolts :(

 

Its called: ''Comfortably Numb''

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53 minutes ago, Mr H said:

What is the Beta variant?

The spread of the Beta variant of coronavirus has been cited as the reason for requiring travellers, fully vaccinated or not, to isolate on their return from France to England and Wales.

Earlier, Sage member Prof John Edmunds warned on the Today programme the Beta variant may evade vaccines.

So, what do we know about this particular variant?

You might have seen it called the South Africa variant before. It's also known as B.1.351.

It's been identified in at least 20 other countries, including the UK.

 

As we used to say "that old chestnut again".

 

All these variants are part of the same family, which is designated BU.115.H.1T

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I did wonder how they would engineer for this nonsense to be protracted over the non-flu season, all the way through to real cold and flu season. Reading what professor John Edmonds wrote reported in the mail today, brings some clarity.

 

'My hunch is that we are looking at a high level of incidence for a protracted period right through the summer and probably through much of the autumn.' 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/index.html

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17 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

As we used to say "that old chestnut again".

 

All these variants are part of the same family, which is designated BU.115.H.1T

 

Not to joke about things but:

There's one very common in Australia: 1HD-FTE

Which at least we can see with our own eyes...Im sure some may recognise ;)

 

 

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45-year-old medic gets hired at Johns Hopkins in Maryland. Condition of employment? A Covid shot. The medic, Robin Spring Saunders agreed and now she is dead and her children left motherless. As usual, the media is silent. 

 

https://theempoweror.com/2021/07/05/45-year-old-john-hopkins-hospital-employee-dies-after-reaction-to-mandatory-covid-shot/

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

Who's going to win the Coronavirus Cup (formerly known as the Melbourne Cup) in 2021?

 

Spoiler alert ... "The Truth" won in 2020.

 

"The Big Prick" will need to be put down😅

 

 

 

 

'... Toilet paper is on a roll ...' and '... Ventilator is running out of puff ...!' Haha! Superb commentary!

 

Thanks for that @Golden Retriever.

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1 minute ago, BlueSky said:

Yes I agree. The back ones I find particularly sinister.

Lots of people in this weather now wearing sunglasses and masks which is even more disturbing. There's nothing left of them, just a weird sort of blankness. The mind and face has disappeared....

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13 minutes ago, Outsider said:

Lots of people in this weather now wearing sunglasses and masks which is even more disturbing. There's nothing left of them, just a weird sort of blankness. The mind and face has disappeared....

 

Next step from that is even 'safer':

 

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

Who's going to win the Coronavirus Cup (formerly known as the Melbourne Cup) in 2021?

 

Spoiler alert ... "The Truth" won in 2020.

 

"The Big Prick" will need to be put down😅

 

 

Little Willy Gates 😂

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33 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I did wonder how they would engineer for this nonsense to be protracted over the non-flu season, all the way through to real cold and flu season. Reading what professor John Edmonds wrote reported in the mail today, brings some clarity.

 

'My hunch is that we are looking at a high level of incidence for a protracted period right through the summer and probably through much of the autumn.' 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/index.html

 

They can engineer this for as along as needed, while people continue to allow themselves to be 'tested' en-masse in order to create 'cases'.

 

As well as the 'casedemic', I'm also hearing about a 'pingdemic', where people are receiving 'pings' from the NHS Test & Trace app, ordering them to 'self-isolate' and take a test, an instruction which many people are now eager to 'obey'.

 

I'm hearing from various sources at work that this is having a massive effect on staff numbers at various companies, as this is causing large numbers of workers to 'go off sick'. And this is in job roles where people cannot simply work from home, I'm talking delivery driver and warehouse logistics roles.

 

The PCR tests are a scam. The notion of 'asymptomatic transmission' is a scam. Every healthy person that becomes a 'case', causes all those they have been in contact with to become a 'case'.

 

People are unable to do their jobs, and businesses are struggling to function, and staff members going 'off-sick' in order to 'self-isolate' just fuels this perception that people are actually getting sick from this virus.

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