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Just reading your last post @Beaujangles and it certainly looks positive 👍

 

I don’t know about where I am though - NZ.

 

First day of down to level two for much of the country; I go into town to get some stores thinking nary a mask will be seen; well fuck me! I saw about four others besides myself without one!! ( This is a sizeable city)

And wearing them in their cars when they’re the only ones in it; what the hell?!?!

 

Truly the bloody twilight zone.

And one of the big box stores here still has mandatory masking! And most shops still have their mandatory mask signs up. Had to flash my ‘exemption’ piece of shit when I thought I was done with it.

 

I was so disappointed; I truly despair of the bulk of humanity 😟

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13 minutes ago, zarkov said:

seems good coverage on trudeau from hugotalks

 

 

 

 

 

He is a POS. O'Toole is same... they all are... but people are getting angrier in Canada. This country is a melting pot of nations. Many came here for peace and to be free of oppression. This attack on kids is where the line has been drawn in the sand for people. One thing about Canadians...they love their kids. Sport is a main leisure activity here and now the kids 12 and up..are being told they cannot play without having the the vaccine. Their parents are not allowed in the arena without being vaccinated.  Winters here are harsh...kids need to have an outlet and hockey arenas are usually packed. I took mine as kids and I'm born British. The pressure cooker is shaking.... the kids are the final straw.

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6 minutes ago, blowonthepie said:

Just reading your last post @Beaujangles and it certainly looks positive 👍

 

I don’t know about where I am though - NZ.

 

First day of down to level two for much of the country; I go into town to get some stores thinking nary a mask will be seen; well fuck me! I saw about four others besides myself without one!! ( This is a sizeable city)

And wearing them in their cars when they’re the only ones in it; what the hell?!?!

 

Truly the bloody twilight zone.

And one of the big box stores here still has mandatory masking! And most shops still have their mandatory mask signs up. Had to flash my ‘exemption’ piece of shit when I thought I was done with it.

 

I was so disappointed; I truly despair of the bulk of humanity 😟

 

 

I think and hope all countries have a breaking point.  The brainwashing must be really good in NZ. The media, is it relentless?  Do people stay home a lot there?  

 

Canada is an outdoorsy nation, kids outside in freezing temperatures in heavy duty snowsuits in the winter. Coffee shops usually full. So word of mouth is quite active. I was just wondering what NZ lifestyle is like generally. I had a second cousin in Wellington until he died. I think one of his daughters is still there...but not in touch with her...so I dont know much about NZ... except my grans sister married a famous jockey there many years ago in Auckland. 

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India fighting to contain Nipah, a virus deadlier than COVID-19

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September 7, 2021 

A 12-year-old boy has died in India of Nipah, a rare virus that is far deadlier than COVID-19 — and one that health officials have long feared could start a global pandemic.

The unidentified boy died Sunday at a hospital in Kerala, the southern state already battling the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the hard-hit country, officials there said.

He had already visited two other hospitals before his death, putting him in contact with potentially hundreds of people — with up to 11 showing potential symptoms, NDTV reported.

Previous outbreaks of Nipah, or NiV, showed an estimated fatality rate of between 40% and 75%, according to the World Health Organization, making it far more deadly than the coronavirus.

 

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“The virus has been shown to spread from person-to-person in these outbreaks, raising concerns about the potential for NiV to cause a global pandemic,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.

People in protective suits prepare to cremate the body of a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India, Sunday, Sept.5, 2021. People in protective suits prepare to cremate the body of a 12-year-old boy who died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.5, 2021. AP Photo/Shijith. K

More than 100 possible contacts of the boy have already been forced to isolate, with 48 of them being monitored in a hospital in Kerala.

Officials will also be carrying out door-to-door surveillance and identifying secondary contacts.

Health officials are urgently testing as many contacts as possible, with samples from the boy’s primary contacts — his family and health care workers — coming back negative.

“That these eight immediate contacts tested negative is a great relief,” said the state health minister, Veena George.

 

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Health workers collect blood samples from a goat to test for the virus after a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.7, 2021. Health workers collect blood samples from a goat to test for the virus after a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.7, 2021. AP Photo/Shijith. K

Nipah virus was first discovered in Malaysia and Singapore in 1999 — an outbreak of nearly 300 human cases, with more than 100 deaths, the CDC noted. More than 1 million pigs were killed to help control the outbreak, causing a “substantial economic impact.”

Complicating its detection, key symptoms are similar to those of COVID-19, including fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, the CDC noted.

The infected often also suffer encephalitis, or swelling of the brain — and if they survive, often suffer persistent convulsions and even personality changes. The contagion can remain dormant in sufferers — who may get sick and possibly die from it “months and even years after exposure,” the CDC warned.

 

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There is no vaccine, and the only treatment is supportive care to control complications and keep patients comfortable.

A health official stands outside the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital ward, which has been converted into a Nipah virus isolation ward on Sept. 6, 2021 in Kozhikode, India. A health official stands outside the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital ward, which has been converted into a Nipah virus isolation ward, on Sept. 6, 2021, in Kozhikode, India. DeFodi Images via Getty Images

Kerala dealt with a previous outbreak of Nipah in 2018, when more than a dozen people died.

This time around, the concern is compounded by the fact that the state is already struggling to contain COVID-19.

Kerala on Monday registered nearly 20,000 COVID-19 infections — the vast majority of India’s daily total of 31,222.

Nipah, meanwhile, can be “challenging” to detect “due to the non-specific early symptoms of the illness,” even though “early detection and diagnosis are critical to increase chances of survival ” and “to prevent transmission to other people,” the CDC has said.

India Today warned its readers, “The nature of Nipah virus infection is such that if the outbreak spirals out of control, it could pose a bigger threat to public health than the coronavirus pandemic.”

 

 

 

 

https://nypost.com/2021/09/07/india-fighting-to-contain-nipah-a-virus-deadlier-than-covid-19/

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1 hour ago, Jikwan said:

 

India fighting to contain Nipah, a virus deadlier than COVID-19

By 
September 7, 2021 

A 12-year-old boy has died in India of Nipah, a rare virus that is far deadlier than COVID-19 — and one that health officials have long feared could start a global pandemic.

The unidentified boy died Sunday at a hospital in Kerala, the southern state already battling the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the hard-hit country, officials there said.

He had already visited two other hospitals before his death, putting him in contact with potentially hundreds of people — with up to 11 showing potential symptoms, NDTV reported.

Previous outbreaks of Nipah, or NiV, showed an estimated fatality rate of between 40% and 75%, according to the World Health Organization, making it far more deadly than the coronavirus.

 

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“The virus has been shown to spread from person-to-person in these outbreaks, raising concerns about the potential for NiV to cause a global pandemic,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.

People in protective suits prepare to cremate the body of a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India, Sunday, Sept.5, 2021. People in protective suits prepare to cremate the body of a 12-year-old boy who died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.5, 2021. AP Photo/Shijith. K

More than 100 possible contacts of the boy have already been forced to isolate, with 48 of them being monitored in a hospital in Kerala.

Officials will also be carrying out door-to-door surveillance and identifying secondary contacts.

Health officials are urgently testing as many contacts as possible, with samples from the boy’s primary contacts — his family and health care workers — coming back negative.

“That these eight immediate contacts tested negative is a great relief,” said the state health minister, Veena George.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

Health workers collect blood samples from a goat to test for the virus after a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.7, 2021. Health workers collect blood samples from a goat to test for the virus after a 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India on Sept.7, 2021. AP Photo/Shijith. K

Nipah virus was first discovered in Malaysia and Singapore in 1999 — an outbreak of nearly 300 human cases, with more than 100 deaths, the CDC noted. More than 1 million pigs were killed to help control the outbreak, causing a “substantial economic impact.”

Complicating its detection, key symptoms are similar to those of COVID-19, including fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty breathing, the CDC noted.

The infected often also suffer encephalitis, or swelling of the brain — and if they survive, often suffer persistent convulsions and even personality changes. The contagion can remain dormant in sufferers — who may get sick and possibly die from it “months and even years after exposure,” the CDC warned.

 

ADVERTISEMENT

There is no vaccine, and the only treatment is supportive care to control complications and keep patients comfortable.

A health official stands outside the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital ward, which has been converted into a Nipah virus isolation ward on Sept. 6, 2021 in Kozhikode, India. A health official stands outside the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital ward, which has been converted into a Nipah virus isolation ward, on Sept. 6, 2021, in Kozhikode, India. DeFodi Images via Getty Images

Kerala dealt with a previous outbreak of Nipah in 2018, when more than a dozen people died.

This time around, the concern is compounded by the fact that the state is already struggling to contain COVID-19.

Kerala on Monday registered nearly 20,000 COVID-19 infections — the vast majority of India’s daily total of 31,222.

Nipah, meanwhile, can be “challenging” to detect “due to the non-specific early symptoms of the illness,” even though “early detection and diagnosis are critical to increase chances of survival ” and “to prevent transmission to other people,” the CDC has said.

India Today warned its readers, “The nature of Nipah virus infection is such that if the outbreak spirals out of control, it could pose a bigger threat to public health than the coronavirus pandemic.”

 

 

 

 

https://nypost.com/2021/09/07/india-fighting-to-contain-nipah-a-virus-deadlier-than-covid-19/

When in doubt blame a goat .Will this  virus saga never end ?

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3 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

I think and hope all countries have a breaking point.  The brainwashing must be really good in NZ. The media, is it relentless?  Do people stay home a lot there?  

 

Canada is an outdoorsy nation, kids outside in freezing temperatures in heavy duty snowsuits in the winter. Coffee shops usually full. So word of mouth is quite active. I was just wondering what NZ lifestyle is like generally. I had a second cousin in Wellington until he died. I think one of his daughters is still there...but not in touch with her...so I dont know much about NZ... except my grans sister married a famous jockey there many years ago in Auckland. 

 

Yep, msm spinning the bs as they are every where else.

 

The faces on a lot of the people today; so glum and even resentful looking.

I got a few ‘why aren’t you wearing a f...ing mask’ looks too.

 

Weve had it relatively easy here, nothing like most other places, until this latest lockdown.

It was a lot like not much was going on, and we got complacent; and for the many who think this is real, it was a shock.

 

I get the feeling though that a lot have a feeling somethings not right, but the bs is so ingrained in them it’s f...ing with their thought processes; I dunno 🙄

 

Kiwis are generally an outdoorsy lot; lots of sport, going to parks, doing the coffee thing so yeah, the lockdown would hurt; especially in Auckland where the *gasp* dreaded lurgy is ‘rampant’ and they’ve been on hard lockdown for a while.

 

It was just seeing all those masks when they’re not generally mandatory at level 2.

 

There are of course more people getting it day by day but not enough; it’s anyones guess really what’s going to happen; though I know that in the end it will come round right; just a matter of when.

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7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Whopping 70 percent of unvaccinated Americans would quit their job if vaccines are mandated
https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/prevention-cures/571084-whopping-70-percent-of-unvaccinated-americans

 

Not sure how serious you can take this poll, but interesting article.

I wonder how many will hold to this when it happens? 

It would really screw the employer over .

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was just watching GB News and the presenter Kirsty Gallacher said that she won't vaccinate her kids, as the jab is new and doesn't know the long-term effects it will have for them, of course her co-presenter Simon McCoy intervened saying what about all the other vaccines such as BCG, polio etc and she said they got them, so she's not an anti-vaxxer. she was calm about it but i presume she'll get hell for it.

 

even when they came back from a break simon said "we're still arguing over it". asshole.

their not your kids, scumbag.

 

 

 

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On 9/7/2021 at 12:27 AM, Macnamara said:

They don't really want to understand it, they just want to lash out

 

Hmm...Let's look at that in more detail>

Which i am going to title:

The evil government's opinion and action on the peace loving people:

The people took to the streets to peacefully protest over covid 19. The government's response: Fuck you, and with two fingers still firmly raised they unleashed the first lockdown.

The people took to the streets to peacefully protest over covid 19. The government's response: Fuck you and your mother, and murdered millions of defenseless people in the care homes.

The people took to the streets to peacefully protest over covid 19. The government's response: Fuck you bastards, this is what we think of you cunts, and unleashed yet another lockdown.

The people took to the streets to peacefully protest over covid 19. The government's response: Fuck you peasant, you want peace, I'll show you fucking peace: this is what we think of you, you can shove your peace up your fucking arse, and murdered millions with their vaccines.

The people took to the streets to peacefully protest over covid 19. The government's response: Why don't you just go and die you working class pieces of shit, get off my planet, get away from me, and mandated the jab of slow death.

The people took to the streets to peacefully protest over covid 19. The government's response: WE FUCKED YOU, NOW WE ARE GOING TO FUCK YOUR CHILDREN, Hail satan, and vaccinated the children.

Which brings us to the present day.

There is an argument being presented about repercussions, that we should keep peacefully protesting, nothing more than that. Bet the government would love it. Repercussions are nothing to worry about, because:

Moving the army out onto the streets? It's going to happen anyway.

Permanent lockdown? It's going to happen anyway.

Mandatory vaccines? You betcha, and the dozen or so more boosters to come.

Mass depopulation? An absolute certainty, you won't live long without food, water supply, shelter, then they  forcibly shove you into a covid detention centre / concentration camp, and blast the world with 5-G all day long.

What do you think about the alternative presented, lashing out? Hmm... some hope there. Might be a chance of taking a few of the zionists down with you, or maybe you could go and speak to your local taliban representative on guerilla tactics and how to take down the most powerful fighting force the world has ever seen, and make them into your bitches, who all of a sudden want to meet up for nice cups of tea and peace talks.

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