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On 10/22/2021 at 8:12 AM, Saved said:

Same. It was strange to be getting to work on the bus inside ten minutes instead of an hour. It was extremely strange to be striding across New Street and Corporation Street in Birmingham - during rush hours - and being the only person in all directions. 

 

It reminded me of some sort of zombie film I saw years ago, where some character is walking in London and everywhere is deserted.

 

 

Good points. I feel the same. I was walking around town cenre yesterday, should have been a  busy saturday morning, good weather, few shops open, with the outdoor markets the town centre is usually packed. However, Very disapponited so see just a few people out doing their shopping.

It did get busier when we came out of the last pandemic but now its gone back to lockdown days, think the sheep are scared of all the msm reports of: it's going to be a dificult winter, rising case numbers of a fictional virus, and whatever crap they can make up - Just fuck off

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3 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Dankula with his hammer smacking the heads of those nails regarding 'problem ,reaction,solution' and Amess

 

 

 

If they are going to remove anonimity then are all the government trolls going to come clean about their identity? Are they going to declare their name and address and why they are bullshitting all the time, and who is paying them.

And pritti patel ( why actually is she called pritti when she is so god damned ugly ) says she can't take down posts, which is ridiclous when i go an FB utube and the massivly biased reporting. And which one of patel's friends is going to get the billions to police the internet.

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On 10/22/2021 at 8:41 AM, Saved said:

I'll check that out at work tonight. Aren't China already working hard towards 6g? We have no need for 5g as it is, but I have no doubt that it's for our benefit any more than I think Starlink is for the benefit of poor countries who cannot access the internet.

 

When I filmed this in my back garden April 2020, I had an overriding sense that it was in some way linked to Covid-19. 

 

 

 

6G is going to be dangerouly exhausting. During lockdown the wanking sheep had enough trouble keeping up with the high speed 5G porn vids, when 6G comes out it's going to be fatal - Poor dumb bastards

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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

there you go. they dont have to say theres a new virus to get the sheep to stay home.

just raise the number of cases.

the brainwashing has been magnificent.

better than anyone here could have ever thought possible

I guess then we should take more note of the MSM having a field day with it all, yesterday they were appealing to people to attack anti-vaxxers, what happened with choice over your own mind and body I wonder. 

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13 hours ago, ar55 said:

Mum needed life-saving surgery after Covid vaccine led to blood clot and stroke

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/health/mum-needed-life-saving-surgery-25283561

 

One of Scotland’s biggest newspapers just published this. Is the tide turning?

 

FFS

 

All they are saying is they want better support for people who have had clots and strokes from vaccines, not, I want massive compenasation and an immediate end to this dangerous vaccination programme.

 

It's like a 'feel-good' story for the damaged, look, you can spend five months in intensive care and still come out smiling, not fucking furious! Don't tell me, she still recommends people get vaxxed?

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Maine hospital fired so many unvaccinated employees they had to close the ICU

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The administrators of Central Maine Healthcare in Lewiston, Maine, enacted a vax policy demanding all employees to take the vaccine. But more than 250 employees refused to comply before the deadline. These employees were subsequently fired.

 

Unfortunately for patients, about 170 of those employees were needed to staff the intensive care unit. Consequently, the hospital had to shut down its ICU because of the firings.

 

Because it lost so many employees, the hospital plans on cutting intensive care beds by 50% and reducing the number of medical surgical beds by 40%, the Bangor Daily News reported. (Click Here)

 

Other healthcare companies in Maine have also quit their jobs.

MaineHealth said 69 staffers resigned, Central Maine Healthcare reported 70 resignations at the time and 500 open positions at the hospital, and another 89 staffers left at Northern Light Health over their refusal to take the vax.

 

One has to wonder why tens of thousands of health care workers across the nation refuse to take the vaccine? What do they know that the rest of us don’t?

https://theblogginghounds.com/2021/10/22/maine-hospital-fired-so-many-unvaccinated-employees-they-had-to-close-the-icu/

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