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15 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

always think those videos of people having masks put on their face seem odd to me

because there is never a struggle

they act like a frozen statue while a mask is put on their face 

no headbutting no struggling seems very well mannered  

or perhaps

shitty crisis actors 

 

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Fuck the fuck off.

Bit weird saying this. But, Merry Christmas to my friends/family on here, even though I know none of you personally. Good riddance to the sheeples. Here we stand together. So Merry Xmas & A Happy

I started a new job not so long ago and quit after three weeks, I refused to wear a stupid mask all day at all, laughed at the managers and their covid terror.. I could see it wasn't going to end well

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8 minutes ago, Reet Hard said:

 

 

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/perhaps

 

Definition of perhaps

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: "possibly but not certainly" : MAYBE

perhaps

 noun

Definition of perhaps (Entry 2 of 2)

"something open to doubt or conjecture"
 
I am happy to clarify anything as often folk make incorrect inferences
i would say i find it hard to find people genuine if they don't struggle as i would
if they're forced to do something they don't want to 
 
this doesn't mean i am correct it just means i find it odd
for example someone could be attacked they might freeze with fear and not fight back 
others react differently 
 
it seems odd to me when i see someone acting defiant then suddenly they cave in instantly
they look like frozen statues to me perhaps they're frozen with fear or compliance 
why the instant turn around it makes me wonder if their convictions were real
or maybe they think acting like a compliant statue is the best way to act 
 
resisting arrest is a real thing it happens thousands of times every day but I've never seen it yet
on TV when someone is being forced to comply with masks etc
i am suspicions of compliant types they would sell anyone out to the highest perceived (in their eyes) authority figure  
 
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23 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

'Elections' are an illusion my friend.

The result has been determined long before you put your X next to a name.

It doesn't matter which 'party' you vote for, they're all puppets carrying out orders for the 1%.

This goes for the whole world.

If voting could change anything it wouldn't be allowed.

 

Thats not my point though

 

Its the slow push to labour by tories and media

The tories will not be able to oversee a destruction of uk law, there is too much support for it in the party whereas labour, the socialist/neo liberal group, will be more than happy to throw magna carta and common law into the bin.

 

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On Twatter they are saying Tories are rebelling & going to vote on Wednesday to repeal the 10pm curfew lol.

Like they havent learnt their lesson from last weeks sick joke. Its so cringey.

 

Even if they did get rid of the 10pm bollocks, they might have even added that purposely in the first place to make a drama out of & then remove it & the masses think they have won some kind of victory.

 

All those MP's who voted in favour last week of this act, all need a present each for Christmas, massive stocking over the fire.

Proper celebration..hell why wait till Christmas.

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24 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

On Twatter they are saying Tories are rebelling & going to vote on Wednesday to repeal the 10pm curfew lol.

Like they havent learnt their lesson from last weeks sick joke. Its so cringey.

 

Even if they did get rid of the 10pm bollocks, they might have even added that purposely in the first place to make a drama out of & then remove it & the masses think they have won some kind of victory.

 

All those MP's who voted in favour last week of this act, all need a present each for Christmas, massive stocking over the fire.

Proper celebration..hell why wait till Christmas.

only way to win is everyone to ignore all the guidlines and businesses open as usual

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We really are heading for a totalitarian world, but the masses have their eyes wide shut. 

New Spanish Law Sees Fundamental Rights Infringed

"A Boletin Oficial Del Estado (BOA) released from the Spanish Government on September 19, 2020, presents a new change in the law that would see vitally important human rights and freedoms stripped.

 

The BOA specifies new powers that affect the fundamental rights of Spanish citizens and residents by allowing the implementation of the law would see the houses and private residences of the public able to be accessed on the demand of the health authorities via an administrative court.

 

Health inspectors would give a very small three day notice period to allow the occupants to appeal.Under the umbrella of the continuing Coronavirus pandemic, the law would allow health authorities to violate the privacy of residential premises by gaining authorisation through the administrative court.The law 3/2020, published on September 19, 2020

raises a range of severe questions for the public.

 

The law has passed easily through Governmental process without any serious outcry from opposition parties. Why have the opposition parties not engaged in a larger debate

about this clear violation of human rights? In a normal situation, under Article 18, 2, of the Spanish constitution, residential premises are protected, the authorities would only have the right to enter a private premise under the assumption of a criminal act having taken place. However, the new law gives authorities the right to give the resident three days’ notice of their intention to enter the premises.

 

An appeals process is in place for residents of premises that receive a notification of entry however the three-day period can include weekend days. As such, an appeal of the decision may not be able to take place due to the resident not being able to find legal representation in time. This process is processed through the administration court of Spain and remains the decision of Spain’s equivalent of the Procurator Fiscal who is directly appointed by the President of the Government.

 

This raises questions about why it was not produced in the traditional means. Why was there not bigger political or media outcry at this clear violation of fundamental rights? And, what criteria will be used to make the decision to gain the warrant to enter someone’s premises. 

 

Furthermore, included in the range of new legislation is another interesting and obscure law which sees morticians not allowed to perform post-mortems until at least June 2021. This portion of law will see the morticians having to accept a doctor’s diagnosis of the cause of death without further full investigation.

This raises serious questions about the validity of the post-death process and what the potential could be for misdiagnoses of the fundamental cause of

many Spanish deaths."

 

https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2020/10/06/new-spanish-law-sees-fundamental-rights-infringed/

 

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

We really are heading for a totalitarian world, but the masses have their eyes wide shut. 

New Spanish Law Sees Fundamental Rights Infringed

"A Boletin Oficial Del Estado (BOA) released from the Spanish Government on September 19, 2020, presents a new change in the law that would see vitally important human rights and freedoms stripped.

 

The BOA specifies new powers that affect the fundamental rights of Spanish citizens and residents by allowing the implementation of the law would see the houses and private residences of the public able to be accessed on the demand of the health authorities via an administrative court.

 

Health inspectors would give a very small three day notice period to allow the occupants to appeal.Under the umbrella of the continuing Coronavirus pandemic, the law would allow health authorities to violate the privacy of residential premises by gaining authorisation through the administrative court.The law 3/2020, published on September 19, 2020

raises a range of severe questions for the public.

 

The law has passed easily through Governmental process without any serious outcry from opposition parties. Why have the opposition parties not engaged in a larger debate

about this clear violation of human rights? In a normal situation, under Article 18, 2, of the Spanish constitution, residential premises are protected, the authorities would only have the right to enter a private premise under the assumption of a criminal act having taken place. However, the new law gives authorities the right to give the resident three days’ notice of their intention to enter the premises.

 

An appeals process is in place for residents of premises that receive a notification of entry however the three-day period can include weekend days. As such, an appeal of the decision may not be able to take place due to the resident not being able to find legal representation in time. This process is processed through the administration court of Spain and remains the decision of Spain’s equivalent of the Procurator Fiscal who is directly appointed by the President of the Government.

 

This raises questions about why it was not produced in the traditional means. Why was there not bigger political or media outcry at this clear violation of fundamental rights? And, what criteria will be used to make the decision to gain the warrant to enter someone’s premises. 

 

Furthermore, included in the range of new legislation is another interesting and obscure law which sees morticians not allowed to perform post-mortems until at least June 2021. This portion of law will see the morticians having to accept a doctor’s diagnosis of the cause of death without further full investigation.

This raises serious questions about the validity of the post-death process and what the potential could be for misdiagnoses of the fundamental cause of

many Spanish deaths."

 

https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2020/10/06/new-spanish-law-sees-fundamental-rights-infringed/

 

I'm not hugely familiar with Spanish law, but logic would say to me that if you are notified of an entry on say Friday or even a Saturday, then you have 3 days to appeal. Well not being funny, what the article doesn't consider is the appeal being heard in a 3 day period which is very unlikely. So surely appealing within 3 days is piss easy and would delay any attempts of a 3 day entry as the officials wouldn't be able to gain access until the Court grants approval for them to do so. 

 

So what's the likelihood of a case being heard not long after that 3 day window? Well, if the Spanish courts are anything like here, then there is no chance that is getting heard within a reasonable timeframe, so what could happen is a shit load of appealed cases waiting to be heard on courts all over Spain. You could be waiting 2-6 weeks before a judge is available. Not very practical is it. 

 

That would cause chaos in the court system. It's one thing bringing in a new law, but it doesn't sound very well thought out in reality or indeed in practice. Now I might be missing some detail here but from first glance, that doesn't sound as bad at first. Clearly the rights aspect is not ok at all, but dealing with it is probably easier than it sounds. 

 

Like in this country, access to justice is dwindling so more litigants in person is how this will go, meaning the Courts should be more lenient on you. Just my 2 pence worth. 

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15 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Oh I don't. It's probably some reverse psychology crap to get people to demand everyone gets it.

 

I suspect you are right. We saw the reverse psycho crap with Boris reading out his negative script that the over 70's should be shielded indoors etc., yet we would have to expect to say goodbye forever to some loved ones, which got people to demand a hard lockdown.

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Dailyfail reports:

Britain records 14k new covid-19 cases as daily infections triple in a fortnight again and health chiefs announce 76 more deaths amid fears the UK 'is heading for a three-tier Lockdown announcement THIS WEEK

 

here:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8811167/Britain-records-14-542-new-Covid-19-cases-daily-infections-triple-fortnight-again.html?ito=push-notification&ci=38760&si=17927351
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Another 76 deaths were also recorded today which is up 7 per cent on last week's 71 fatalities and more than double the number of victims posted last Tuesday, when there were 35.

 

The spiralling statistics come amid fears the UK could face draconian new lockdown measures within days under plans for a local 'Covid alert' system.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock is expected to unveil details of the three-tier set-up as early as Thursday in an attempt to make the existing patchwork of restrictions easier to understand.   

 

Government sources said the top tier would include tougher restrictions than those currently applied to millions of people living across the North and Midlands.

A planned 'traffic light' system of measures will be redesigned after data from thousands of 'missing' cases revealed that the virus was spreading much faster than previously thought in cities like Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield. Ministers will meet in the coming days to thrash out exactly how far to go.

 

Cities including Sheffield, Oxford and Nottingham seemingly at risk of harsher restrictions as Boris Johnson tries to get a grip on local flare-ups. 

Options include the closure of pubs, restaurants and cinemas, a ban on social mixing outside household groups, and restrictions on overnight stays. Sources refused to rule out the possibility that some towns and cities could be placed immediately into the top tier, despite the fact that death rates remain low.

 

It came as Nicola Sturgeon announced new restrictions would be announced for Scotland tomorrow, to come into effect from Friday.

But the First Minister used her daily press conference to say the measures to be revealed at Holyrood would not amount to another full lockdown.

 

Read the full story here:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8811167/Britain-records-14-542-new-Covid-19-cases-daily-infections-triple-fortnight-again.html?ito=push-notification&ci=38760&si=17927351

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Reet Hard said:

They are making this shit up as they go along and the idiots are buying it hook, line and sinker.

 

It is unbelievable.

A woman at my work my work does the mask/gloves thing, makes customers stand 6 foot away..When I talk to her I just go to normal distance, she tried to get me to distance but I said "I can't hear you well enough, I am moderately deaf. (I actually am) and exempt." She says that's ok then & doesn't even try now.

As if my hearing loss can stop a virus.. 😃

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

Boris says today he's going to build a new Jerusalem in England!

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact, as recently as July 13, the World Economic Forum promoted “building back better” through “green” infrastructure programs as part of the Great Reset in an article titled “To build back better, we must reinvent capitalism.

 

 

ALL using the same script...

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Reet Hard said:

They are making this shit up as they go along and the idiots are buying it hook, line and sinker.

 

Idiots?

You mean the fucking braindead.

They outnumber us around nine to one sadly.

They're taking us all down with them.

That's my only consolation to be honest.....the fact that when the shit really hits the fan and it's too late, they will be crying and hurting a lot louder than me.

I knew it was coming, they didn't.

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Just now, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Only a miracle can save us now.

it's so fucking bizarre.

I keep thinking everytime the GOV fucks up we could reach tipping point, but the public just say fuck me up the backside  even harder.

 

Whether it'll be the ball up with track and trace,

non helping cancer patients,

loss of jobs,

£10k fines,

cinemas closing,

restauarants closing,

no breast cancer screenings,

artists told musicians told to get a job,

GOV using Excel 2003 for data

 

I have no idea when we can reach the tipping point

 

 

 

 

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