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Just read a story about a child having long Covid on the vile Sky News (keep your enemies closer). I don't want to add a link as I feel her mother as exploited her enough. I think the mother is caught up in all this cult so therefore can't see the wood for the trees but a couple of years ago this would have read as Munchausen's by proxy. The dangerous abuse of our kids and parenthood is evil and heart breaking. Parenthood to me is a lot of love and intuition with some knowledge of child development thrown in. Now its about your role being stripped away. 😟

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34 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

I've been wracking my brains ever since the start of this Plannedemic and I've finally found the answer. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, believe it or not I actually have the answer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, .... What was the question again?

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, skitzorat said:

lol

 

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Vaccination requirements aren't discrimination, head of Canadian Museum for Human Rights says

When people started criticizing the Canadian Museum for Human Rights for following Manitoba's public health order requiring full vaccination for entry, its CEO saw an opportunity for an important conversation about what is — and isn't — discrimination.

Under the current public health orders, museums in the province can only admit visitors who have had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine at least two weeks before their visit. Visitors must provide proof of that vaccination before entry. 

 

"The public health laws are a perfect example that there are restrictions on our freedoms, and as long as they're temporary and there's some justification behind them, we're probably not venturing into the world of discrimination," Canadian Museum for Human Rights CEO and Human Rights Lawyer, Isha Khan said in a Wednesday interview with CBC Radio's Up To Speed.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/cmhr-vaccination-requirement-discrimination-explanation-1.6124044

 

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2 hours ago, skitzorat said:

lol

 

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Vaccination requirements aren't discrimination, head of Canadian Museum for Human Rights says

When people started criticizing the Canadian Museum for Human Rights for following Manitoba's public health order requiring full vaccination for entry, its CEO saw an opportunity for an important conversation about what is — and isn't — discrimination.

Under the current public health orders, museums in the province can only admit visitors who have had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine at least two weeks before their visit. Visitors must provide proof of that vaccination before entry. 

 

"The public health laws are a perfect example that there are restrictions on our freedoms, and as long as they're temporary and there's some justification behind them, we're probably not venturing into the world of discrimination," Canadian Museum for Human Rights CEO and Human Rights Lawyer, Isha Khan said in a Wednesday interview with CBC Radio's Up To Speed.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/cmhr-vaccination-requirement-discrimination-explanation-1.6124044

 

Rights exist now only in museums and on pieces of paper.

 

 

 

 

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Somebody on another forum just posted this to prove young fit healthy people die from not getting vaxxed. 

https://twitter.com/jennyeye/status/1422218913316851721?s=20

I'm not on twitter but as I read a few replies someone had posted a comment made by the very same woman talking about her brother not getting jabbed as he had asthma. In her tweet above she says that he had no pre existing conditions. 

 

I think the reply has been deleted.  

 

EDIT: Here it is in the replies...

 

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5 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

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I always sort by controversial when browsing plebbit, then I see comments like Silverfox's that go against the narrative and they're immediately downvoted. If I was better at articulating myself, I feel like I could write a book on the RQ (the Reddit question).

The woke are best left to destroy themselves. 

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Dr Mercola removes all content from web – 15,000 articles from 25 years of work

https://tapnewswire.com/2021/08/dr-mercola-removes-all-content-from-web-25-years-of-content/

'These will be removed to appease the individuals in power who have an arsenal of overwhelming tools at their disposal, and are actively engaged in using them. COVID-19 has activated and authorized emergency powers that have weakened our constitutional rights. Sadly, cyberwarfare and authoritarian forces are beyond our abilities to withstand, and this is now our only way forward.'

 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, zarkov said:

 

It takes psychopathic insanity to implement such a medically fascistic mechanism in society.

What does that say about the majority of those who support such a system.

The human race has always chosen slavery over freedom, though hasn't recognised their enslavement until the chains have cut into their flesh. Only then do they cry out to be set free.

 

Most people are born into slavery because of the choices of their immediate ancestors, unaware or simply not bothered that a few generations before there was a deliverance.

 

It's rare to get more than 80 years of freedom before the next cycle of slavery begins. This, in part, is because there is never a time in human history when there isn't a lunatic seeking to be a ruler. The psychos never go away.

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5 hours ago, Dazzer said:

Putting your arms around your waists and pulling your stomachs in doesn't hide your weight ladies, and you have the audacity to tell me what is good for my health? 

 

Yeah, why do 9 out of 10 nurses have beer guts and arses the width of a London Bus?

Always puzzled me.

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1 hour ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Yeah, why do 9 out of 10 nurses have beer guts and arses the width of a London Bus?

Always puzzled me.

 

Last year I was chased around a sainsbury's by a short fat dumpy gobshite nurse high on her own importance because I wasnt wearing a mask.

 

She got stuck in the flour aisle ;)

 

But yeah - they are pristine advocates for health lol.

 

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3 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Yeah, why do 9 out of 10 nurses have beer guts and arses the width of a London Bus?

Always puzzled me.

Maybe its because modern nursing is so stressful

In the usa according to some credible reports they reduce by up to half of the number of nurses to do the same amount of work. 

They also enforce pay cuts

 

They eat and eat, drink a lot just to get a bit of happiness in adverse conditions

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