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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

I thought the bonds were somewhat looser in Poland than, say Czechoslovakia or the DDR?

I think all of these countries were similar... Truly said I think Czechoslovakia probably were more democratic. They were always good players on international arena compared to Poland, more diplomatic... Many Polish people living close to border worked in Czechoslovakia (it used to be one country)... They had higher standard of living, were more open-minded...

I can't say a lot about DDR... 

You are right it was for sure light form compared to ZSRR... Still no one injected people with unknown substances. Not on this scale and if it was happening all the West media would shouting how miserable our lives were... 🤣

I even remember that Poland against ZSRR will gave us Lugol's Iodine after Chernobyl... They probably saved many lives... 

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15 hours ago, pete675 said:

Not beyond the bounds of possibility.

It only came out years later that many, or even most, of the 'police' involved in the Miners' Strike were in fact soldiers,  including the SAS.

On 8/18/2020 at 12:15 AM, ink said:
Covid 19: A Review Part 7

Is Britain now effectively under military control?

10,000 extra troops to join British army's Covid support force
MoD doubles size of force amid fears over ability of police and NHS to cope with crisis
Haroon Siddique and Robert Booth

Wed 18 Mar 2020 22.30 GMT
Specialist military planners are also being deployed to steer local responses to the pandemic and tackle rising pressure on care homes, after a request by the communities secretary, Robert Jenrick.
There are fears about the ability of the police and NHS, which are both already at full stretch, to deal with the scale of the crisis. While the government has been reluctant to highlight such a bleak prospect, the armed forces need to be prepared for the threat of a breakdown in civil order given that troops have been deployed in other countries to enforce lockdowns and prevent looting of shops.
Up to 70 non-uniformed military personnel with crisis planning expertise are being sent to all 38 local resilience forums, to "test planning and identify weaknesses", defence sources said.

Local resilience forums are normally made up of councils, NHS bodies, emergency services and the environment agency. The military planners joining them are described as experts in coordinating resources in a crisis, which in the care system will mean bolstering already stretched operations.
Jenrick asked for an increase in military help, specifically highlighting the need to "support local authority elements of Covid-19 response plans, including social care".
The Standing Joint Command HQ in Aldershot, Hampshire, will serve as the command and control structure for the Covid support force.
The military was recently involved in civil contingency work when called on to support the government"s response to flooding.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/mar/18/10000-extra-troops-to-join-british-armys-covid-support-force

 

UK may call in the army to tackle ongoing petrol crisis – reports

27 Sep, 2021 14:12
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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

UK may call in the army to tackle ongoing petrol crisis – reports

27 Sep, 2021 14:12

 

That was on the 27th.

 

On 9/27/2021 at 4:10 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

But I'm hearing today that they made a decision.

 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10050749/Soldiers-start-delivering-petrol-UK-forecourts-Monday.html

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NY Senate bill seeks to give public health power to remove and/or detain individuals who may have a “communicable disease”

 

Active Bill A416 in committee in the New York State Senate seeks to “amend the public health law, in relation to the removal of cases, contacts and carriers of communicable diseases who are potentially dangerous to the public health“.

 

The bill currently in the New York State Senate seeks to add a new section (2120-a) to public health law that would add powers to detain and/or remove people who have or are suspected to have a “communicable disease”. 

 

https://westphaliantimes.com/ny-senate-bill-seeks-to-give-public-health-power-to-remove-and-or-detain-individuals-who-may-have-a-communicable-disease/

 

 

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7 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

They've been running this thing from the start and the fusion doctrine means that all arms of the government are effectively being fused together under increasingly centralised control and under military control:

 

Lets zoom in on some lines from that article above from muir's 'disease x' thread:

 

''Up to 70 non-uniformed military personnel with crisis planning expertise are being sent to all 38 local resilience forums, to "test planning and identify weaknesses", defence sources said.
Local resilience forums are normally made up of councils, NHS bodies, emergency services and the environment agency. The military planners joining them are described as experts in coordinating resources in a crisis, which in the care system will mean bolstering already stretched operations.
The Standing Joint Command HQ in Aldershot, Hampshire, will serve as the command and control structure for the Covid support force.''

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8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

They've been running this thing from the start and the fusion doctrine means that all arms of the government are effectively being fused together under increasingly centralised control and under military control:

 

Lets zoom in on some lines from that article above from muir's 'disease x' thread:

 

''Up to 70 non-uniformed military personnel with crisis planning expertise are being sent to all 38 local resilience forums, to "test planning and identify weaknesses", defence sources said.
Local resilience forums are normally made up of councils, NHS bodies, emergency services and the environment agency. The military planners joining them are described as experts in coordinating resources in a crisis, which in the care system will mean bolstering already stretched operations.
The Standing Joint Command HQ in Aldershot, Hampshire, will serve as the command and control structure for the Covid support force.''

Derbyshire resilience forum and contingency planning now with added military special sauce

 

https://www.derbyshireprepared.org.uk/

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7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

The comments went as expected.

 

merchant replies ☑️

nose replies ☑️

witch replies ☑️

physiognomy replies ☑️

"fellow white" replies ☑️

demon replies ☑️

 

Don't shoot the messenger.

 

 

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The day people start noticing en masse is probably when the war turns hot and they get Russia and China on our arse.

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1 minute ago, skitzorat said:

 

 

i wonder if those federal workers now looking down the barrel of mandated jabs are beginning to regret their vote for biden or if they will willingly line up for their jabs and slap each other on their socialist backs as they do it?

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

i wonder if those federal workers now looking down the barrel of mandated jabs are beginning to regret their vote for biden

I bet they're feeling much the same way as the Victorian union members that come out in their DROVES to vote for Andrews/Labour...

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On 9/16/2021 at 11:10 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

"many times, when you go to a different country, you have to get a vaccine."

 

Shapiro is also talking about secession.

 

 

I'm a "no hate, just seperate" kind of guy, but I don't trust what they're up to.

 

 

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40 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

TFW I see that reply from Ursus.

 

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7001 votes, damn.

 

Not saying the good guys lost, but I'm also not saying the good guys won either.

 

Could be a propaganda ploy to associate 'anti-vaxxers' with Hitler.  Ironically, this would be a stratagem straight out of Hitler's playbook lol gotta laugh

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4 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

 

 

you would see the blue states become globalist over night and being swamped by immigrants

 

This would cause them some serious economic woes and i can't really see liberals making anything work on a practical level so more than likely they would fail and fail hard and then there would be waves of refugees trying to enter the red states where people aren't afraid of work and they would manage to feed their populations and organise themselves into civilised communities

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Just now, Oakwise said:

Could be a propaganda ploy to associate 'anti-vaxxers' with Hitler. 

 

Agreed.

 

Just now, Oakwise said:

Could be a propaganda ploy to associate 'anti-vaxxers' with Hitler.  Ironically, this would be a stratagem straight out of Hitler's playbook lol gotta laugh

 

But they did actually warn people about vaccines, and to my knowledge, allied vaccination campaigns were worse.

 

German Propaganda Archive: Julius Streicher and Vaccinations

 

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http://www.renegadetribune.com/researching-for-the-truth-about-vaccination-programs-in-the-third-reich/

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6 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

you would see the blue states become globalist over night and being swamped by immigrants

 

This would cause them some serious economic woes and i can't really see liberals making anything work on a practical level so more than likely they would fail and fail hard and then there would be waves of refugees trying to enter the red states where people aren't afraid of work and they would manage to feed their populations and organise themselves into civilised communities

 

Seems like a good strategy if you wanted to weaken America though.

 

I dunno, not sure if it would happen to be honest. Just seems weird that shill talking heads are now discussing it on both sides of the political spectrum.

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

Seems like a good strategy if you wanted to weaken America though.

 

exactly....they are doing the same thing here by trying to break up the UK

 

They would globalise the blue states which would mean that those resources were secured for the world government

 

Then they could set about sabotaging the red states for example through cultural marxism from within and through weather modification to create droughts and dust bowls etc

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