Jump to content

Coronavirus Mega-Thread.


numnuts
 Share

Message added by Grumpy Owl,

This topic is for all general discussion regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic. There are of course numerous other related topics for discussing specific aspects of this pandemic in more detail. And there are other parts of this forum for more 'off-topic' discussions.

Recommended Posts

11 hours ago, Mr H said:

 

Yeah but lets say I wanted to grow apples. I go to Tesco and buy an apple. i use the seeds from that apple to grow apples. How is a neighbour, or the police going to know where that apple tree came from? OR why would anyone have a problem with me growing apples? 

 

Because it's not a government approved apple tree!

 

Besides, when hunger strikes, allotments will be raided.

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

9 minutes ago, Mikheil said:

Don't talk utter bollocks. Iron bars, axes, spears, bows and arrows, pieces of pipe, pieces of scaffolding. It's easy to make a nunchaku. 

 

Only one problem. One ingredient lacking

 

BALLS

There are 2 types of balls

Balls with wisdom

Balls without wisdom

 

Stupid idiots have a lot of balls without wisdom

 

Way its going as im seeing it.is increasingly the enforcers will be instructed to do great harm or kill when met with any civilian hostility

Their response to a thrown brick will be a rounds of bullets aimed at the thrower.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

37 minutes ago, Useyournous said:

My heart aches for Australia. Every bit of footage makes tears run down my face. It is terrifying!

 

They really are acting like snatch-squads, picking out solitary individuals, to mete out severe punishment.

 

Utter Cowardice!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

37 minutes ago, Useyournous said:

My heart aches for Australia. Every bit of footage makes tears run down my face. It is terrifying!

A great place.  So many recourses huge country small population. I spent 3 years there near perth a few decades ago. Fond memories

Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Because it's not a government approved apple tree!

 

Besides, when hunger strikes, allotments will be raided.

Luckily just over my garden wall is a huge allotment plot,thats my veg sorted and just over the river also very near by is some prime grazing land with some of those black and white mobile mince/burger factories thats me meat sorted ,just need to find some yorkshire pudding trees now and a gravy spring

 

Joking aside,have people really forgotten so quickly the essential items debacle of last year which led to aisles in supermarkets being cordoned off ? In the time between then and now the information gleaned from that will have been pored over by well paid bods in the pocket of government and refined for phase 2

 

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Today on TRUNEWS, China is making sure that it is clearly upset with Australia, making sure that it understands that it is now a target in light of the new nuclear alliance with the US and the UK. New York state is looking to import foreign workers to replace those healthcare professionals who refuse the jab. Officials at the FDA are talking about blow darts and drone shots to deliver the vaccine to those that resist.

 

https://www.trunews.com/stream/chinas-warning-to-australia-you-are-now-a-target

 

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

23 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

So which people should they be fighting  ? Are not the army and the police there to protect those people ? They are the barrier to getting to the 'right' people

I don't imagine Australia has combined policing forces of the UK's 150'000 ,possibly significantly less ,the ADF is just over 85,000 strong and they can never assemble them all in one place at the same time

Yes they are armed but as i witnessed myself in London the police knew damn well that a crowd of 500,000 plus that turned angry would just walk over them and the policing that day was where they became nothing more than route stewards

Numbers really do count and the minute they start using live ammunition,not the 'less lethal' stuff they have used up to now is the day they lose any support they may once have had amongst the populace and a large proportion of the rest of the world

Opinions are like arseholes,everyone has one,thats mine

Enforcers employed by tyranical govt dont care too much if they lose support from the masses

I reckon they would be pleased if they knew they were feared and respected because of their forceful ways

They dont work for the masses

They work for their tyranical govt that pays them well

 

Man, i reckon i could argue you day and night about "numbers"

Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 hours ago, Jikwan said:

They in the process of showing the 190+ other countries their destiny

What they do in australia now is sending a message:you dont do what govt tells you they will be brutal and make everyone suffer

Its not about covid

You the masses, do what we tell you or else 

They are and will show ruthless brutality that old cambodia/china/north korea would be impressed

It ll get much worse than this to the point no civilian even thinks about crossing the enforcers

 

The days of giving cops a piece of your mind are over

50,000 with dustbin lids and crow bars

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

50,000 with dustbin lids and crow bars

The lack of weapons is a very big problem

Guns rifles grenades bombs can be printed and machined in secret

Those machines work 24/7 without stopping

All pf the worlds would-be malitias havnt yet thought of that idea yet

Link to comment
Share on other sites

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/water-fluoridation-statement-from-the-uk-chief-medical-officers

 

Tooth decay is a significant, yet largely preventable, public health problem in the UK. It affects people at all stages of life and is the most common oral disease in children.

Water fluoridation schemes involve adding fluoride to community drinking water supplies in areas of low natural fluoride. There is strong scientific evidence that water fluoridation is an effective public health intervention for reducing the prevalence of tooth decay and improving oral health inequalities across the UK.

 

 

💩

Link to comment
Share on other sites

So many nurses and heaith workers getting sacked or resigning

 The govts must be worried that hospitals and clinics will shut down

I recon everything going according to their plans and expectations

They will invite nurses from poor countries to fill in the spaces

Those poor nurses dont care too much what they have to do. They greatful fo a chance to earn money to send back home

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

So which people should they be fighting  ? Are not the army and the police there to protect those people ? They are the barrier to getting to the 'right' people

I don't imagine Australia has combined policing forces of the UK's 150'000 ,possibly significantly less ,the ADF is just over 85,000 strong and they can never assemble them all in one place at the same time

Yes they are armed but as i witnessed myself in London the police knew damn well that a crowd of 500,000 plus that turned angry would just walk over them and the policing that day was where they became nothing more than route stewards

Numbers really do count and the minute they start using live ammunition,not the 'less lethal' stuff they have used up to now is the day they lose any support they may once have had amongst the populace and a large proportion of the rest of the world

Opinions are like arseholes,everyone has one,thats mine

I dunno, I reckon if they used live ammo/ lethal force the majority would come out and clap. How dare unvaccinated stop me going on holiday.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Luckily just over my garden wall is a huge allotment plot,thats my veg sorted and just over the river also very near by is some prime grazing land with some of those black and white mobile mince/burger factories thats me meat sorted ,just need to find some yorkshire pudding trees now and a gravy spring

 

Joking aside,have people really forgotten so quickly the essential items debacle of last year which led to aisles in supermarkets being cordoned off ? In the time between then and now the information gleaned from that will have been pored over by well paid bods in the pocket of government and refined for phase 2

 

Read a book years ago now about the Great Depression in USA. People starved in the long run with unseen fields next Rayo them. Obviously short term is different beast all together but in fertile countries such as U.K. long term starvation is pretty much a choice. You could get enough calories and vitamins from foraging what grows on the edge of pavements for example. Not needing to go far afield at all. Sorry to derail just in my opinion every action we take is a choice. Doesn’t mean the choices aren’t shite but when you are surviving there are no grey areas. 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

18 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/water-fluoridation-statement-from-the-uk-chief-medical-officers

 

Tooth decay is a significant, yet largely preventable, public health problem in the UK. It affects people at all stages of life and is the most common oral disease in children.

Water fluoridation schemes involve adding fluoride to community drinking water supplies in areas of low natural fluoride. There is strong scientific evidence that water fluoridation is an effective public health intervention for reducing the prevalence of tooth decay and improving oral health inequalities across the UK.

 

 

💩

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Just now, Bombadil said:
19 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/water-fluoridation-statement-from-the-uk-chief-medical-officers

 

Tooth decay is a significant, yet largely preventable, public health problem in the UK. It affects people at all stages of life and is the most common oral disease in children.

Water fluoridation schemes involve adding fluoride to community drinking water supplies in areas of low natural fluoride. There is strong scientific evidence that water fluoridation is an effective public health intervention for reducing the prevalence of tooth decay and improving oral health inequalities across the UK.

 

 

💩

Expand  

You would think removing all the crap from supermarket shelves would resolve the problem more adequately. Never let a problem stop a good profit.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...