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8 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Nah, thank you. I love this kind of stuff.

Offtopic, I know.

 

Here's another one in a similar vein.

 

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/9FnszpAVP51N/

 

If you start from a premise that the [insure/psychotic] Abrahamic 'god/s' (with a little g) from their HQ in the Middle East are aliens, steeples and minarets are designed to funnel all the collective energy from humans to them through worship, sacrifice and submission- the absolute transfer of humanity's innate Divine Power and Perfection to 'something more powerful/important' outside of ourselves. Feeding their insatiable lust for our resonance.

 

Today we see the same rhetoric with "Science" and the instruction is the same; bow down, don't question/blind faith and sacrifice - the Priestly Class will make the sun appear again.

What do we know, we are worthless, powerless humans who will die without vaccines: the new holy grail.

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Humans will forever remain slaves unless we remember We Are Perfection and Created in God (with a big G) image. We need to stop giving our Power away; to Politicians, to Drs, to someone else's opinion. No one is coming to "save us" - no Trump, no second coming for the rapturous or Mashiach for the chosenites - The Age of FairyTales is over. The era of victimisation and giving power away to an external 'source' has to end. 

 

With Every Thought.

With Every Word.

With Every Deed.

We Create our Reality

 

/endrant

 

Yes Skitz. Energy channelling & vampirism.

 

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BULLSHIT

 

Phones at a New Zealand medical research company have been “running hot” with Kiwis volunteering to be the first in the world to trial a new Covid-19 vaccine.

New Zealand Clinical Research (NZCR) started the first human clinical trials of the vaccine in Auckland on Friday, and is now seeking more volunteers in both Christchurch and Auckland.

The company announced on Wednesday it needs 100 healthy volunteers aged between 18 and 80 to test a vaccine called ReCOV. The vaccine has been developed by Jiangsu Rec-Biotechnology in China’s Jiangsu province

 

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One of the latest vaccines in the fight against Covid-19 is being trialled in Nelson.

The European company Valneva SE has started a late-stage trial for its VLA2001 vaccine in New Zealand, at Lakeland Clinical Trials sites in Rotorua, Waikato, and Papamoa and at Southern Clinical Trials sites in Christchurch, Waitemata, Remuera, West Auckland and Nelson.

About 4000 people have already been part of a trial in Europe, and the UK Government has ordered 100 million doses.

The trial is open to unvaccinated New Zealanders who are aged 56 and over and are fit and healthy.

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I should make a petition to personally administer the AZ vaccine to all politicians and SAGE members and BBC staff and if they already had their vaccine (so they claim) then I will personally give them a booster shot. To make sure they get the real thing, we will ensure they have real needles and real vaccines. 

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@BruiseL @elongated1 FYI:

 

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"David Lock QC, a specialist in healthcare law, said a mandatory vaccination requirement would undoubtedly be an interference with the individual’s rights under article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, the right to privacy, but the question was whether the interference was justified. If so, employers could lawfully require vaccination.

 

“The answer is probably yes, it is justified, provided anybody who has a justifiable reason not to have the vaccine is able to work without having had the vaccine,” he told The BMJ. “Those who on a whim or for an objectively unjustifiable reason exercise their right not to have the vaccine don’t necessarily have the right to continue with patient facing employment.” https://www.bmj.com/content/373/bmj.n1576

 

 

Bastards.

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Considering the UK parliament voted for mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers, I think it is only reasonable that the UK parliament members force mandatory vaccines as well. 

 

If they don't like it they can always resign. 

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7 hours ago, BruiseL said:

Thank you. I emailed 2 letters yesterday from the Workers of England Union, one happened to be the same letter as a member sent to me on here, loving the support from the forum! 

I've wanted to leave my job for a while but decided I definitely wouldn't leave before this battle. Though no one should be in this position I'm actually quite enjoying it and learning so much! 

 

Fight till the end. If you were thinking of leaving, even if you were dismissed you've got nothing to lose if you know what I mean. Yes, there is pain that comes with it but wherever you go there is pain now, don't you think? If you moved to another company, you have less rights, you've got to think of that too. Also, know that there are other carers who think like you and you must unite somehow. If your colleagues frawn on you being 'anti-vaxxer', smile and just ignore. You cannot reason with cyborg. Imagine having an argument with Echo or Alexa? lol You know better, you are informed and they chose to believe in fantasy. If an authorisation letter says it's a poison, nobody can argue about this. IF FOI, CDC and Australia says they have no virus data, his particular virus doesn't exist. The law might still ignore the fact but at least if you stand by the facts and if they make you lose, it still doesn't make them right.

 

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11 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

I should make a petition to personally administer the AZ vaccine to all politicians and SAGE members and BBC staff and if they already had their vaccine (so they claim) then I will personally give them a booster shot. To make sure they get the real thing, we will ensure they have real needles and real vaccines. 

 

I'd be happy to donate my jabs 😁

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3 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

Fight till the end. If you were thinking of leaving, even if you were dismissed you've got nothing to lose if you know what I mean. Yes, there is pain that comes with it but wherever you go there is pain now, don't you think? If you moved to another company, you have less rights, you've got to think of that too. Also, know that there are other carers who think like you and you must unite somehow. If your colleagues frawn on you being 'anti-vaxxer', smile and just ignore. You cannot reason with cyborg. Imagine having an argument with Echo or Alexa? lol You know better, you are informed and they chose to believe in fantasy. If an authorisation letter says it's a poison, nobody can argue about this. IF FOI, CDC and Australia says they have no virus data, his particular virus doesn't exist. The law might still ignore the fact but at least if you stand by the facts and if they make you lose, it still doesn't make them right.

 

 

Ask your employer to sign a letter accepting liability for any damages the vaccine may cause.

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Made a petition guys 

 

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/595124/sponsors/new?token=v6liA5ZYBhlSfo9X5Oob

 

 

My petition:

Ensure mandatory vaccination for all UK parliament members when they return

As the UK parliament members voted on mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers, it is only reasonable for mandatory vaccines to be forced upon the UK parliament members.

Covid-19 and the delta variant is very serious and we need to ensure the continued operation of our UK parliament within this time of very serious emergency. Due to the very serious nature of this emergency all UK parliament members should undergo triple vaccines before they are permitted to continue working. If they decline this they are free to resign.

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6 minutes ago, DarianF said:

@BruiseL @elongated1 FYI:

 

Bastards.

 

But the thing is he is only looking at it from one angle of selfishness.

What about those that NEED unvaccinated workers? Those that are affected by shedding requires them.

I have just been onto this one Darian.

It's to do with Data Protection Act. It's a matter of disclosure/not disclosing.

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Hey guys, just found this for Australia:

 

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"In New South Wales, at least, there’s legislation in the works that could make employers liable if their employee has an adverse reaction to the jab." https://insideretail.com.au/business/mandatory-vaccinations-in-the-workplace-whos-liable-and-for-what-202108

 

Do you have the same option in the UK?

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5 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Ask your employer to sign a letter accepting liability for any damages the vaccine may cause.

 

No solicitors are taking on Covid cases because they'd say there hasn't been any other landmark cases i.e. costly. We have come to a point, poison isn't a poison.

 

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6 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

But the thing is he is only looking at it from one angle of selfishness.

What about those that NEED unvaccinated workers? Those that are affected by shedding requires them.

I have just been onto this one Darian.

It's to do with Data Protection Act. It's a matter of disclosure/not disclosing.

 

Nice work.

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4 minutes ago, elongated1 said:

 

No solicitors are taking on Covid cases because they'd say there hasn't been any other landmark cases i.e. costly. We have come to a point, poison isn't a poison.

 

 

No doubt employers will have to seek independent legal advice before they force employees to be jabbed. If that legal advice comes back that they could be in legal hot water if an employee dies or gets injured from a forced jab, it may be enough to allow you to call their bluff. Surely they must be nervous about it. And then their insurance... would an insurance company insure a business that forces an experimental jab? I don't think so. Not without a massive premium increase.

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2 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Nice work.

I bet you, if anyone digs on the bastard.....you will find a trail. lol

 

I don't know if it's 'nice work', it's bloody frustrating. Basically what I mean is that we have no right to choose to come in contact with vaxx/unvaxx due to the Act.

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