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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

I support her right, as parent, to refuse medical treatment for her baby, and I also agree with her decision to refuse the test, but does she have to be so foul-mouthed and shouty about it?  Obviously I don't know the whole situation.  Maybe it had got to the point that a temper flare-up was understandable, but I am a bit suspicious of anything like this coming out of the 'anti' side as I think we are being played.  It is possible that incidents such as this are contrived in some way, even staged, so as to discredit our serious arguments.

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14 minutes ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

Under the Privacy Act you dont have to have details of the medical condition on the exemption no matter what they say .Also you can sign a statutory declaration yourself (as it says in the picture" by the person" ) saying you have a medical condition .My sons GP refused him an exemption even though he has asthma so my son has sign a statutory declaration himself stating he doesn't want to wear mask due to a medical coditon . The information about your medical details in confidential between you and your Doctor and here in Australia under the Privacy Act you do not have to tell anyone else what it is .

 

What happened to the Hippocratic Oath?

 

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/students/graduation/bmbs/hippocraticoath/

 

Hippocratic Oath

Declaration of a New Doctor

As a new doctor, and a member of the medical profession:

I solemnly pledge that I will do my best to serve humanity – caring for the sick, promoting good health and alleviating pain and suffering.

I will care for all patients equally and not allow prejudice to influence my practice.

I will respect the autonomy and dignity of my patients, and will uphold their confidentiality.

I will acknowledge my patients’ physical, psychological, and social needs and assist them to make informed decisions that reflect their own values and beliefs.

I will respect, support and give gratitude to my teachers, colleagues and all those who sustain the NHS.

I will reflect on my practice and recognise my limits.

I will seek to increase my understanding and skills, and promote the advancement of medicine as both a teacher and a learner.

I will work towards a fairer distribution of health resources and oppose policies in breach of human rights.

I will look after my own physical, mental and emotional well-being in my personal and professional life.

I shall never intentionally cause harm to my patients, and will have the utmost respect for human life.

I will practice medicine with integrity, humility, honesty and compassion.

I recognise that the practice of medicine is a privilege with which comes considerable responsibility and I will not abuse my position.

I make this declaration sincerely, freely and upon my honour.

Looks like the Hippocratic Oath was euthanised along with all those poor old people.

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7 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

 

The Cheka simply don't care about the so-called rule of law under the New World Order.  Watch how they grab a girls bag and force her to chase them off a train when she stoically said she was under no legal obligation to provide the "medical reason" for her not wearing the shame muzzle.

 

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I have  seen that video several times already . its true that in the end they can do what they want ,Im just pointing out that you legally dont have to tell them

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25 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

If anyone is worried that there is an airbourne killer virus floating around then you don't wear a 50p mask, made in a back street sweat shop.    It is like trusting your survival to a parachute made by a Chinese ladies underwear manufacturer, that costs a fiver.

I'm sure I have seen Parachutes for sale on the Chinese shopping channel Wish for a fiver but delivery is over 4 weeks . 

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9 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

I support her right, as parent, to refuse medical treatment for her baby, and I also agree with her decision to refuse the test, but does she have to be so foul-mouthed and shouty about it?  Obviously I don't know the whole situation.  Maybe it had got to the point that a temper flare-up was understandable, but I am a bit suspicious of anything like this coming out of the 'anti' side as I think we are being played.  It is possible that incidents such as this are contrived in some way, even staged, so as to discredit our serious arguments.

 

You make a fair point, but TPTB have also promoted decadence over the years so It's understandable if a lot of the working class aren't always 100% wholesome. Not sure how I would react if that was my kid either.

 

Like some of us have previously discussed on here though, there are likely bad actors trying to make us look bad too so I'm open to both possibilities.

 

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16 minutes ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

I have  seen that video several times already . its true that in the end they can do what they want ,Im just pointing out that you legally dont have to tell them

I know🙂

 

... they've always been bad, but these bastards really have no shame now. 

State Authorities have always known this about the aussie cops, and yet they knowingly let them off the leash.

 

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British Medical Journal: “Why have so many African leaders died of COVID-19?”

 

LONDON — The British Medical Journal (BMJ Global Health) published a study in April entitled “Why have so many African leaders died of COVID-19?” University of Edinburgh (Scotland) researchers found that 24 national government ministers and heads of state died of COVID-19 between February 6, 2020 and February 6, 2021. This demographic died of COVID-19 at a rate “seven times above estimates of the world’s average for a demographic profile of similar sex and age average for the same period,” according to the study.

 

 

Seventeen (17) of the 24 deaths were African ministers and heads of state. Researchers blamed several factors on this unusual trend, including low-quality healthcare, comorbidities, and higher overall mortality rates across the continent. They drew one more interesting conclusion about this strange phenomenon:

“…the COVID-19-related deaths have been associated with substantial changes in public health policy in cases where the response to the pandemic had initially been contested or minimal. Ministerial deaths may also result in a reconfiguration of political leadership, but we do not expect a wave of younger and more gender representative replacements.”

 

https://thecovidblog.com/2021/07/21/why-have-so-many-african-leaders-died-of-covid-19/

 

Bet someone got a rap on the knuckles for publishing this!

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27 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

British Medical Journal: “Why have so many African leaders died of COVID-19?”

 

LONDON — The British Medical Journal (BMJ Global Health) published a study in April entitled “Why have so many African leaders died of COVID-19?” University of Edinburgh (Scotland) researchers found that 24 national government ministers and heads of state died of COVID-19 between February 6, 2020 and February 6, 2021. This demographic died of COVID-19 at a rate “seven times above estimates of the world’s average for a demographic profile of similar sex and age average for the same period,” according to the study.

 

 

Seventeen (17) of the 24 deaths were African ministers and heads of state. Researchers blamed several factors on this unusual trend, including low-quality healthcare, comorbidities, and higher overall mortality rates across the continent. They drew one more interesting conclusion about this strange phenomenon:

“…the COVID-19-related deaths have been associated with substantial changes in public health policy in cases where the response to the pandemic had initially been contested or minimal. Ministerial deaths may also result in a reconfiguration of political leadership, but we do not expect a wave of younger and more gender representative replacements.”

 

https://thecovidblog.com/2021/07/21/why-have-so-many-african-leaders-died-of-covid-19/

 

Bet someone got a rap on the knuckles for publishing this!

Erm,  because they were assassinated?

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

I knew these wrist bands, most highly publicised by celebrities, not least, the McCann's, were conditioning for a 'cattle-tag' for humans. like the tattoo's and piercing craze was social programming for Luciferase.

Each moment I start to hate f. blue more... No - I don't trust...

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Blue Color Meaning: The Color Blue Symbolizes Trust and Loyalty

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3 hours ago, Prometheus said:

A Democracy has no laws, only guidelines. For a Democracy is mob rule, the majority decides fate. If the majority decide someone should be locked up or a constitution hung for reasons agreed upon by the majority, then the law is broken and laws as in nature can not be broken, only rules can.

 

Now ask yourself... Who rules the Mob?

 

Democracies have been quicker to abuse and corrupt than any Monarchy, and the Universe, my child, is a Monarchy.

Also known as the tyranny of the majority made even worse when allied to the global administrative state.

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jul/28/cdc-director-new-mask-guidance-vaccinated-spreading-delta-variant

 

Is this the msm confirming in a roundabout way that shedding is a thing?

 

Rochelle Walensky said “new science” observed in recent days demonstrated that new variants of the coronavirus were transmissible by people who have been fully vaccinated in some cases.

 

The new variants of the coronavirus are those that have been artificially created in a lab and then injected into millions of people. By reinforcing masks on these people the virus is being trapped within the body, the body's normal method of expelling the viral particles (coughing and sneezing) is being restricted and denied.

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

You make a fair point, but TPTB have also promoted decadence over the years so It's understandable if a lot of the working class aren't always 100% wholesome. Not sure how I would react if that was my kid either.

 

Like some of us have previously discussed on here though, there are likely bad actors trying to make us look bad too so I'm open to both possibilities.

 

 

Of course, and I haven't been wholesome on here myself, but it often now seems to be taken to an extreme extent where everything you see and read in some places is effectively a string of expletives.  I've noticed it especially on the No New Normal sub-reddit, which I stopped looking at for that reason - there are some excellent posts on there, but a large percentage of posters see fit to use the 'f' word or the 's' word every time they want to share their experiences with people.  I sometimes swear myself, but the mundane ubiquity of it is a personal annoyance to me.  Does it have to be every single time?  Does every annoying situation require us to say 'f' or 's'?

 

It seems large sections of the population have lost the art of articulation and/or an understanding of the power of simple words.  It would be a much more powerful video if she had said:

 

"This is my child, so consent is for me to give or not give, and I will not allow you to give him/her that test.  Now please respect my wishes as the parent.  Thank you." 

 

That would draw in a very large and sympathetic audience.  Instead we get 'f' this and 'f' that, and quite honestly, I had to switch off after 20 seconds.  It's not that I lack sympathy, but it will affect sympathy for her in some quarters.  People - in my view, rightly - look down their noses a bit at those who can't make a point without f'ing and blinding, and sometimes when I see it, I do wonder if maybe it's a contrived or staged situation to discredit us by making us look oafish.

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Covid Mania Down Under: Tape Doors Shut, Stay Off Balconies

 

National Rugby League (NRL) players and their families have been banned from their balconies and ordered to tape them shut to stop Covid in parts of Queensland, Australia.

 

Australian health officials imposed the draconian measures on NRL families in quarantine hubs in Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast after photographers took pictures of residents passing items such as ice lollies and marshmallows to each other from their balconies.

 

“You would have seen that imagery of the family hotel where they were sharing goods between verandahs… This is too risky,” railed the Chief Health Officer for Queensland, Dr Jeannette Young, in comments quoted by Daily Mail Australia — which boasts of having “alerted Queensland Health” about the “breaches” in the first place.

 

New reports show the lengths to which the authorities are willing to go to enforce what critics have described as a ban on “fresh air”, with Emma Lawrence of 9News Sydney saying that residents have been instructed to tape their balcony doors shut and provide photographic evidence of having done so.

 

“While the Chief Health Officer supports the NRL’s temporary move to Queensland, she has made it clear her priority is protecting the health of Queenslanders,” a Queensland Health spokesman said of the measures in comments to news.com.au.

 

“She is currently in discussions with the NRL on ways to prevent hotel quarantine breaches, including reducing access to balconies,” the spokesman confirmed, adding:  “The recent breaches by players are inexcusable and place the entire state at risk.”

 

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13 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

Of course, and I haven't been wholesome on here myself, but it often now seems to be taken to an extreme extent where everything you see and read in some places is effectively a string of expletives.  I've noticed it especially on the No New Normal sub-reddit, which I stopped looking at for that reason - there are some excellent posts on there, but a large percentage of posters see fit to use the 'f' word or the 's' word every time they want to share their experiences with people.  I sometimes swear myself, but the mundane ubiquity of it is a personal annoyance to me.  Does it have to be every single time?  Does every annoying situation require us to say 'f' or 's'?

 

It seems large sections of the population have lost the art of articulation and/or an understanding of the power of simple words.  It would be a much more powerful video if she had said:

 

"This is my child, so consent is for me to give or not give, and I will not allow you to give him/her that test.  Now please respect my wishes as the parent.  Thank you." 

 

That would draw in a very large and sympathetic audience.  Instead we get 'f' this and 'f' that, and quite honestly, I had to switch off after 20 seconds.  It's not that I lack sympathy, but it will affect sympathy for her in some quarters.  People - in my view, rightly - look down their noses a bit at those who can't make a point without f'ing and blinding, and sometimes when I see it, I do wonder if maybe it's a contrived or staged situation to discredit us by making us look oafish.

Our greatest weapon might well be our intelligence. 

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13 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Covid Mania Down Under: Tape Doors Shut, Stay Off Balconies

 

National Rugby League (NRL) players and their families have been banned from their balconies and ordered to tape them shut to stop Covid in parts of Queensland, Australia.

 

Australian health officials imposed the draconian measures on NRL families in quarantine hubs in Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast after photographers took pictures of residents passing items such as ice lollies and marshmallows to each other from their balconies.

 

“You would have seen that imagery of the family hotel where they were sharing goods between verandahs… This is too risky,” railed the Chief Health Officer for Queensland, Dr Jeannette Young, in comments quoted by Daily Mail Australia — which boasts of having “alerted Queensland Health” about the “breaches” in the first place.

 

New reports show the lengths to which the authorities are willing to go to enforce what critics have described as a ban on “fresh air”, with Emma Lawrence of 9News Sydney saying that residents have been instructed to tape their balcony doors shut and provide photographic evidence of having done so.

 

“While the Chief Health Officer supports the NRL’s temporary move to Queensland, she has made it clear her priority is protecting the health of Queenslanders,” a Queensland Health spokesman said of the measures in comments to news.com.au.

 

“She is currently in discussions with the NRL on ways to prevent hotel quarantine breaches, including reducing access to balconies,” the spokesman confirmed, adding:  “The recent breaches by players are inexcusable and place the entire state at risk.”

 

 

This has to be the effects of the vaccines on people; surely.

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