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14 minutes ago, Rolandson said:

You have to wear a mask next Wednesday outside if you cant keep 2 meters distance here in Austria. Of course only if you comply. I won't of course. The guy with the military clothes said that we are at war against the Virus and the best weapon is the jab.

 https://www.krone.at/2597165


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bleib in bewegung!

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22 minutes ago, zarkov said:

There was one of these signs at the edge of my village last year for around 3 months in the summer, It fell over most days when I was out walking the doglodite.

For the past few years there have been signs erected stating the grass verges and hedgerows are protected wildlife areas which is part of agenda 21 re-wilding. So far 4 of them my area disappeared and they dont seem to be re-appearing. Again, that I was out walking and this occurred is purely coincidental. Its a very windy area!

Fuck the insidious creep of the fascist cunts.


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It would be nice to know what percentage of those allegedly suffering 'Long Covid' have been vaccinated; what percentage of those allegedly suffering 'Long Covid' have never suffered symptomatic Covid; and what percentage of those allegedly suffering 'Long Covid', who have never suffered symptomatic Covid, have been subject to regular testing and still never tested positive for Covid. The first of the three things I would like to know, should be very easy for any statistician, with the data, to tell us.  

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-59895598

 

'UK survey suggests 1.3 million have long Covid.'

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14 minutes ago, numnuts said:

It would be nice to know what percentage of those allegedly suffering 'Long Covid' have been vaccinated; what percentage of those allegedly suffering 'Long Covid' have never suffered symptomatic Covid; and what percentage of those allegedly suffering 'Long Covid', who have never suffered symptomatic Covid, have been subject to regular testing and still never tested positive for Covid. The first of the three things I would like to know, should be very easy for any statistician with the data to tell us.  

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-59895598

 

'UK survey suggests 1.3 million have long Covid.'

Long covid is just a renamed Post viral fatigue nothing more.

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7 hours ago, SimonTV said:

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The people who have taken the clot shot may encounter a similar thing when they try and rely on their insurance policy.

 

Most policies will have an exculpatory clause (limitation or refusal of liability) in the event that the insured is taking part in a medical experiment.

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6 hours ago, Human10 said:

 

The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee: https://petition.parliament.uk/help#petitions-committee

Thanks,
The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament

And I'm the Easter Bunny.

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5 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

UK doctors no longer swear the hippocratic oath

 

They are only bound by the policy of their hospitals which are now doubt shaped by the managerial class which in turn will answer to the political class

 

It needs a mass revolt by doctors in order to break the hold of the managerial class

Not sure about the UK, but a big factor in the US was Obamacare.

 

Hospital policy used to be driven by doctors who would adhere to their oath. Usually.

 

With socialized medicine they were replaced by bean counters and bureaucrats who would look at the bottom lime instead of the interests of the patient.

 

I imagine the NHS will be run the same way. 

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4 hours ago, Saved said:

I can fully understand why narcissists and sociopaths and psychopaths do 'so well' in terms of what the world defines as success (wealth, influence, status). The more seared a conscience is, the higher (and deeper) you go. These Deep State infiltrations of every government and nation must be crammed with absolute lunatics that wouldn't blink at the sacrifice of a child on their living room floor.

 

In terms of how this plays out in our own lives, one can only really hope for some respite because of power struggles and factions within the lattice of evil.

We have created a model in which psychopaths and sociopaths can flourish.

 

They like power. They like wielding it over others. They feel no remorse about having to lie, cheat and break promises to obtain this.

 

These are the skills needed to realize their political ambitions in a democratic government.

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10 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

I imagine the NHS will be run the same way. 

 

the NHS is essentially part of the state

 

arguably it was created because the crown saw the poor health of the conscripts that they threw into the two world wars and decided they needed to do something to ensure a future pool of soldiers to use to carry out their agenda so they created a national health service

 

because it is socialised it is standardised and that means everyone does as they are told or else.

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19 hours ago, liamandzoe said:

Really struggling guys, partner is pregnant and I'm starting to worry about the risks of 'covid'.

We are both unvaxxed and remain firm on this stance.

I've been a browser on here and follower of Ickes for a long time.

But I can feel the official narrative creeping into me via worry about my partner. 

 

Any reassurance? 

UK Column covered the Pfizer (I think) pregnancy trials last year, and after scrutinising the data properly, they found that the results had been manipulated by the inclusion of women at stages of pregnancy where miscarriage is no longer a danger (third trimester, I believe).

 

Taking this into account, they estimated that the injections double the chances of miscarriage.

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