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3 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

I have to admit it did cross my mind this morning.......

 

 

It think it could be deep underground explosion... They probably know how to shake the Earth after over 1000 nukes dropped at random places 🥴

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4 hours ago, LupaM13 said:

WTF..... where am I living again?????

 

Coupla weeks ago it started with the Vaxx Passports being checked to get into restaurants, gyms, bars...

 

Today I read that it's mandatory vaxx for all city workers:

 

>>>Workers have until Nov. 15 to get vaccinated, unless they can claim a medical or religious exemption from the requirement.....  Only those who cannot be vaccinated because of “medical necessity” or “sincerely held religious beliefs,” the policy states, are exempted from the requirement.<<<

>>>  “Having vaccinated employees not only protects our staff, but helps us to better serve our community as we encounter surges or new variants and manage the ongoing presence of COVID-19 in our lives.”  <<<        OH PLEEZ! NOT the variants and surges BS! ONgoing presence of what was that???

>>>The policy also applies to city interns and volunteers, and new employees must be fully vaccinated by their first day of work. <<<

 

COMMENTS FROM "NEIGHBORS" 

1-Why .. allowing a "religious" exemption? It's not legally required and unless you count Trumpisn all actual religious groups support vaccination.<<<<<

 

2-There should be no religious exemption for public health mandates. Full stop.

The kindergarten vaccination requirements proved these will be abused by people acting in bad faith. If your religion prevents you from doing your job safely, find a new job.<<<<<

 

 

I live here in what was formerly known as The Republic of BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA. What an embarrassment to the legacy of free speech and revolt in this town. There have been NO RALLIES or protest in the streets since the BLM stuff.

 

I'm beyond disgusted.

 

I don't know what I would do without all you peeps here at the DI Forums who get what's happening with this worldwide PLANDEMIC crap.

 

I'm gonna read some other threads and then watch some DI videos cuz it calms me to see and hear his knowledge...

 

Lupa

Go to Mexico? You'll soon 'own nothing' anyways... I guess for a while it will be better to 'own nothing' in Mexico - but it's just my guessing... ;)

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Education Minister James Merlino has announced all school staff will need to have received at least one vaccination before October 18 and be fully jabbed by November 29.  

 

I’m pleased to see that large numbers of the teaching workforce have already come forward to be vaccinated. Vaccinating staff, along with stringent school restrictions including mask wearing, will help make schools as safe as possible when students return.' 

 

'We don't want to have a return to school and have thousands of children positive with Covid getting sick in hospital or worse, that is every parent's worst nightmare.'

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10014891/Dan-Andrews-wants-mandatory-jabs-teachers-Victorian-government-announce-policy-change.html

 

No, Dan Andrews is every parent's worse nightmare.

 

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6 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

Just heard my brother was in hospital having his heart shocked due to severe palpations. He's never had heart problems in his life. Double vaccinated and this happens.

I'm sorry. Let's hope he will get better.. How long ago did he commit a jab?

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17 minutes ago, Human10 said:

I'm sorry. Let's hope he will get better.. How long ago did he commit a jab?

I do hope so. The amount of heart related issues locally have been insane. No one seems to connect the dots.

I'm not too sure as Mum couldn't remember, but it wasn't that long ago. 

What a nightmare humanity is in.

 

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"Police believe that the protesters are using the footage from media helicopter's to track the police locations so they can change direction"

 

Is what the talking heads on TV are saying about their ban on broadcasting from the sky! hahahahahahahah unfuckingbelievable!

All those 1000-2000 right wing, labour union infiltrating anti-vaxxer nazis with their smart phone gps tracking the news footage to sus out the protection officers! .. said with a straight face.

 

 

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Letter MPs received from Doris. Some reason I can't post pdfs, but sent to me from my MP so assume it's not confidential.

 

Come out slightly weird format......... dated 14th Sept

 

Dear Colleagues UPDATE ON OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER This afternoon I set out our plan for managing Covid this autumn and winter. Thinking back to where we were last September as schools went back and the colder months approached, in one way our position today is more challenging. We have higher levels of daily cases – thousands more, but in many other crucial respects the British people – all of us collectively and individually – are incomparably better placed to fight the disease. We have more than 80 per cent of all over 16s now double vaccinated. We have Covid antibodies in around 90 per cent of the adult population. We have seen the extraordinary vaccine-induced falls in deaths and serious disease. Depending on your age, you are up to 9 times more likely to die if you are unvaccinated, than if you have had both jabs. The result of this vaccine campaign is that we have one of the most free societies and one of the most open economies in Europe. That is why we will now continue with our current strategy. We will continue to offer testing, and continue to urge people to be sensible, to be responsible, to wash hands, use ventilation, consider wearing a face covering in crowded places with people you do not know, to stay at home if you feel unwell, and to download and use the app. We are investing massively in our NHS to meet the pressures of Covid with an additional £5.4 billion in England over the next six months, on top of the almost £36 billion over the next three years to help our NHS recover and fix the long-standing problems of social care. We are helping to vaccinate the world with 100 million doses for developing countries by next June. This country should continue to be very proud that the OxfordAstraZeneca vaccine remains the workhorse of global immunisation. We will keep further measures in reserve – a Plan B. We do not see the need now to proceed with mandatory certification but we will continue to work with the many businesses that are getting ready for such a scheme. Indeed over 200 events have already used it voluntarily. It is simply not sensible to rule out this kind of option now when we must face the fact that it might still make the difference between keeping businesses open at full capacity or not. - 2 - We will also keep the option of mandating face masks or advising people to work from home, reflecting the fact that when a large proportion of the country has immunity, smaller changes can make a bigger difference and give us the confidence that we will not need the lockdowns of the past. We will of course continue to update our advice based on the latest data. But in the meantime we are confident in the vaccines that have made such a difference to our lives. We are now intensifying that effort, offering jabs to 12 to 15 year olds on the advice of the Chief Medical Officers who have given this advice based on the health, wellbeing and educational prospects of children themselves. For over 50s – and at risk under 50s – we are now going ahead with the booster programme, meaning they will receive a third dose six months after the second – building even higher the walls of vaccine defence. The UK Government has procured at scale jabs for every part of the UK and we will be sending doses to the Devolved Administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Covid sadly still remains a risk, but I am confident that we can keep going with our plan to turn jabs into jobs and protect the gains that we have made together. You can read our COVID-19 Response: Autumn and Winter Plan online on gov.uk here. Yours sincerely

 

 

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@Mr H ... Paragraphed for clarity and easier to pick out the bullshit and lies...

 

Dear Colleagues,

 

UPDATE ON OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER

 

This afternoon I set out our plan for managing Covid this autumn and winter. Thinking back to where we were last September as schools went back and the colder months approached, in one way our position today is more challenging. We have higher levels of daily cases – thousands more, but in many other crucial respects the British people – all of us collectively and individually – are incomparably better placed to fight the disease. We have more than 80 per cent of all over 16s now double vaccinated. We have Covid antibodies in around 90 per cent of the adult population. We have seen the extraordinary vaccine-induced falls in deaths and serious disease.

 

Depending on your age, you are up to 9 times more likely to die if you are unvaccinated, than if you have had both jabs. The result of this vaccine campaign is that we have one of the most free societies and one of the most open economies in Europe. That is why we will now continue with our current strategy. We will continue to offer testing, and continue to urge people to be sensible, to be responsible, to wash hands, use ventilation, consider wearing a face covering in crowded places with people you do not know, to stay at home if you feel unwell, and to download and use the app.

We are investing massively in our NHS to meet the pressures of Covid with an additional £5.4 billion in England over the next six months, on top of the almost £36 billion over the next three years to help our NHS recover and fix the long-standing problems of social care. We are helping to vaccinate the world with 100 million doses for developing countries by next June. This country should continue to be very proud that the OxfordAstraZeneca vaccine remains the workhorse of global immunisation.

 

We will keep further measures in reserve – a Plan B. We do not see the need now to proceed with mandatory certification but we will continue to work with the many businesses that are getting ready for such a scheme. Indeed over 200 events have already used it voluntarily. It is simply not sensible to rule out this kind of option now when we must face the fact that it might still make the difference between keeping businesses open at full capacity or not. - 2 - We will also keep the option of mandating face masks or advising people to work from home, reflecting the fact that when a large proportion of the country has immunity, smaller changes can make a bigger difference and give us the confidence that we will not need the lockdowns of the past. We will of course continue to update our advice based on the latest data.

 

But in the meantime we are confident in the vaccines that have made such a difference to our lives. We are now intensifying that effort, offering jabs to 12 to 15 year olds on the advice of the Chief Medical Officers who have given this advice based on the health, wellbeing and educational prospects of children themselves. For over 50s – and at risk under 50s – we are now going ahead with the booster programme, meaning they will receive a third dose six months after the second – building even higher the walls of vaccine defence. The UK Government has procured at scale jabs for every part of the UK and we will be sending doses to the Devolved Administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 

Covid sadly still remains a risk, but I am confident that we can keep going with our plan to turn jabs into jobs and protect the gains that we have made together. You can read our COVID-19 Response: Autumn and Winter Plan online on gov.uk here.

 

Yours Sincerely,

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Police Minister Poto Williams insists a new Tactical Response Model is not the controversial Armed Response Teams (ARTs) trialled and discontinued last year.

The Government announced a $45 million investment in police on Wednesday, including $15.496 million for a new Tactical Response Model, an additional 78 constabulary staff and 28 intelligence analysts, and frontline training. 

The Tactical Response Model will include Tactical Dog Teams and Tactical Prevention Teams with advanced training to undertake warrants and other work involving moderate risk. They will be "generally unarmed" unless specific deployment requires it. 

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/09/police-minister-poto-williams-insists-new-tactical-response-model-is-not-armed-response-teams.html

 

For context New Zealand has no armed police, unlike Australia where even the public transport "police" - sorry Public Safety Officers -  carry... they travel in gangs and particularly like to stalk the youth at train stations and harass and beat them with fists while their guns in the holsters. 

NZ only has the "armed defenders squad unit" a specialist task force called out when the cray-cray goes off - they have guns.

 

There has been calls to arm the bobby due to a spat of them being gunned down by actual gangsters in the line of duty at intersections and the like a few years/early last year.. but it was shouted down......so they said....

 

I guess its a matter of time to see how much of the population has blindly aqueous or been petrified by the latest lockdown into the death shot.. which if their numbers are anything to go by has worked perfectly.

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Ill be off to the camps before Christmas.

 

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