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3 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

As we know, those “emergency powers” aren’t going anywhere until the vaccine clinical trials are over in 2023 by which time those cretins in Westminster hope to have 95% of the population injected.

 

For most people it will be too late then...

Yep i agree,however what is interesting is the almost complete lack of coverage by the msm,every time previous there has been coverage,this time none and more importantly what has been added and snuck in under the radar?

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10 hours ago, Velma said:

 

You wouldn't knock it if you had a hangover, but oddly enough, fresh meat and milk are on short supply and farmers are pouring it away, because it can’t be transported, which is a helluva coincidence, considering the ‘climate change coalition' want an end to meat and dairy production, to supposedly cut CO2 emissions.

 

To quote Greta Thunberg, “blah, blah, blah…”

 

 

 

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I missed this from the Telegraph the other day. Whilst delayed appointments etc do play a part,

imo these deaths are also due to the vaccination programme.

 

It's a paywall, so I can't read the article in full.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/24/analysis-thousands-usual-dying-not-covid/

"Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from Covid

Almost 18 months of delayed treatments, fewer consultations, and a lack of immunity may be starting to take their toll"

By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 24 September 2021 • 7:29pm

 

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Think what we like about SkyNewsAU and/or Rowan Dean (just like Fox/Tucker) but he's dropping some more heavy truthbombs across his national platform, again.

And he's making some pretty wild accusations at the end. Speaking directly to the camera and actually saying "I accuse...."

 

However, the fact that not one single govt in the world is calling out what's happening in Australia shows the global coordination of these crimes.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

I missed this from the Telegraph the other day. Whilst delayed appointments etc do play a part,

imo these deaths are also due to the vaccination programme.

 

It's a paywall, so I can't read the article in full.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/24/analysis-thousands-usual-dying-not-covid/

"Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from Covid

Almost 18 months of delayed treatments, fewer consultations, and a lack of immunity may be starting to take their toll"

By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 24 September 2021 • 7:29pm

 

Just going from the headline i'd wager good money she won't be mentioning vaccines as the biggest cause but in actual fact blaming anything and everything other than vaccines

 

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If you enter the url above into th wayback machine and take the last snapshot from the most recent date listed it gives the article in full and bypasses the paywall

 

https://web.archive.org/web/20210927225126/https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/24/analysis-thousands-usual-dying-not-covid/

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7 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

I missed this from the Telegraph the other day. Whilst delayed appointments etc do play a part,

imo these deaths are also due to the vaccination programme.

 

It's a paywall, so I can't read the article in full.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/24/analysis-thousands-usual-dying-not-covid/

"Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from Covid

Almost 18 months of delayed treatments, fewer consultations, and a lack of immunity may be starting to take their toll"

By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 24 September 2021 • 7:29pm

 

 

Block JavaScript for that website and you should be able to read it.

 

Here it is...

 

Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from Covid


Almost 18 months of delayed treatments, fewer consultations, and a lack of immunity may be starting to take their toll.

 

While focus remains firmly fixed on Covid-19, a second health crisis is quietly emerging in Britain. Since the beginning of July, there have been thousands of excess deaths that were not caused by coronavirus.

 

According to health experts, this is highly unusual for the summer. Although excess deaths are expected during the winter months, when cold weather and seasonal infections combine to place pressure on the NHS, summer generally sees a lull.

 

This year is a worrying outlier.

 

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), since July 2 there have been 9,619 excess deaths in England and Wales, of which 48 per cent (4,635) were not caused by Covid-19.

 

So if all these extra people are not dying from coronavirus, what is killing them?

 

Data from Public Health England (PHE) shows that during that period there were 2,103 extra death registrations with ischemic heart disease, 1,552 with heart failure, as well as an extra 760 deaths with cerebrovascular diseases such as stroke and aneurysm and 3,915 with other circulatory diseases.


Acute and chronic respiratory infections were also up with 3,416 more mentions on death certificates than expected since the start of July, while there have been 1,234 extra urinary system disease deaths, 324 with cirrhosis and liver disease and 1,905 with diabetes.

 

Alarmingly, many of these conditions saw the biggest drops in diagnosis in 2020, as the NHS struggled to cope with the pandemic.

 

A report released last week by the Government detailing the direct and indirect health impacts of the pandemic reported that there were an estimated 23 million fewer GP consultations – both in-person and online, in 2020 compared with 2019.

 

Diagnosis of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) fell by 51 per cent, atrial fibrillation 26 per cent, heart failure 20 per cent, diabetes 19 per cent, coronary heart disease, 17 per cent and stroke and transient ischemic attack by 16 per cent.

 

Struggling to access the NHS
Since the start of the pandemic, charities and health bodies have warned that people were struggling to access care as the NHS switched to fighting the pandemic.

 

Now, 18 months of delayed treatments may be starting to take their toll.

 

Dr Charlotte Summers, an intensive care consultant from Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, told a Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) event this week that patients were arriving at A&E with serious conditions that had worsened during the pandemic. 

 

“There is an increase in non-Covid emergencies that are arriving at the front doors of hospitals from all the delays the pandemic has created already. Things like people presenting later with tumours, and therefore having bowel perforations and aneurysms and lots of other things that were delayed,” she said.

 

“We've got a massive elective backlog....and we’re potentially likely to have flu at increased levels this year because immunity to influenza will have waned.


'It feels like winter already'


“Last winter, there was almost no RSV (Respiratory syncytial virus), and paediatric intensive care was pretty much empty and could help us out. Now they are absolutely teeming as are our emergency departments with adults and children with RSV infection.

 

“It feels like winter is already here, rather than it is coming. It’s worse this year than I think I remember at any point in the last 20 years.”


Data from NHS England suggest that there are around five million people currently waiting to begin treatment, and the Health Secretary Sajid Javid has warned that the figure could rise to 13 million.

 

Elective operations fell by 3.5 million between March 2020 and February 2021 as the NHS prioritised Covid-19 care, and there was an increased staff absence due to illness, and the need to self-isolate.

 

Treatment delays, poorer health outcomes


Between October and December 2020, approximately a quarter of all surgical activity in Britain was lost, with one in five operating theatres shut, and one in eight anesthetic staff absent from their normal duties.

 

Emergency admissions also fell by 1.6 million as people failed to seek help for fear of burdening the NHS, or concerns they might catch Covid-19. 

 

A government report, put together by the Department of Health and Social Care and the ONS, found that while admissions recovered over the year, elective admissions by mid July were still lower than the pre-pandemic level for all cancers apart from colorectal.

 

The authors warned that: “Although it is not possible to quantify the full impact of the delays in presentation, consultation and diagnosis stages at this point, the literature shows that these treatment delays are likely to lead to poorer health outcomes for patients.”

 

Lockdowns suppressed Covid, but may lead to other problems


The country is also suffering because of a lack of immunity. While lockdowns, social distancing, isolation and masks kept Covid-19 down, it also prevented other diseases from circulating.

 

In the 52 weeks to the week ending July 11, 2021, there was a decrease in the number of reported infectious illnesses across diseases such as mumps (-72 per cent), rubella (-84 per cent) or yellow fever (-100 per cent) compared to the pre-pandemic five year average.

 

How the world can stop future pandemics in their tracks


Last year, the influenza-like illness rate peaked at 3.8 per 100,000, compared to a peak of 59 per 100,000 in 2017/2018.

While this undoubtedly saved lives, we are beginning to experience a rise in infectious diseases that could hit us harder than ever this winter as we have less protection than normal.

 

The danger is that these added pressures on the NHS will force the Government into locking down the country again this winter, mandating masks and work from home rules.

 

If it does, we could end up in a perpetuating state of low-immunity in winter that it will be difficult to escape from. The Covid-19 response may have inadvertently created an ongoing health crisis from which there is no way back.

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15 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

I missed this from the Telegraph the other day. Whilst delayed appointments etc do play a part,

imo these deaths are also due to the vaccination programme.

 

It's a paywall, so I can't read the article in full.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/24/analysis-thousands-usual-dying-not-covid/

"Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from Covid

Almost 18 months of delayed treatments, fewer consultations, and a lack of immunity may be starting to take their toll"

By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 24 September 2021 • 7:29pm

 

stick the link in here.. many (not all) paywalled articles can be read this way.

https://archive.ph/

 

 

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7 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

stick the link in here.. many (not all) paywalled articles can be read this way.

https://archive.ph/

 

 

 

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Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from Covid

Almost 18 months of delayed treatments, fewer consultations, and a lack of immunity may be starting to take their toll
 
 
Telegraph won't even hint that some of these deaths are due to the vaccinations
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The purge continues - all going to plan.  As the Sniffer in Chief once said, categorically, "the US benefits from a “constant” and “unrelenting” stream of immigration - and that those with white European heritage becoming a minority in the U.S. is "a source of our strength." "

Middle America awaits being [intentionally] flooded with millions more of that cultural enrichment and diversity. Their replacement will continue at pace.

 

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1 minute ago, skitzorat said:

The purge continues - all going to plan.  As the Sniffer in Chief once said, categorically, "the US benefits from a “constant” and “unrelenting” stream of immigration - and that those with white European heritage becoming a minority in the U.S. is "a source of our strength." "

Middle America awaits being [intentionally] flooded with millions more of that cultural enrichment and diversity. Their replacement will continue at pace.

 

Meanwhile the UK announces cuts to the Border Farce now that the weather has changed and channel crossings become increasingly more dangerous

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45 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Think what we like about SkyNewsAU and/or Rowan Dean (just like Fox/Tucker) but he's dropping some more heavy truthbombs across his national platform, again.

And he's making some pretty wild accusations at the end. Speaking directly to the camera and actually saying "I accuse...."

 

However, the fact that not one single govt in the world is calling out what's happening in Australia shows the global coordination of these crimes.

 

 

 

Thanks for that; he’s hit the nail on the head.

 

Kudos to him; and fuck those that cry controlled opposition re Carlson etc; they’re getting the truth out to many.

 

They appear to believe convid is real - even some here do; it’s when so called ‘medical professionals’ do is when I think wtf! and turn off.

 

That Malone prick is more like co in my book; uber arsehole.

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