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13 minutes ago, numnuts said:

https://www.worthingherald.co.uk/news/people/worthing-womans-social-distancing-sashes-designed-help-keep-people-safe-3026196

 

'Worthing woman’s social distancing sashes designed to help keep people safe. A Broadwater woman wants her social distancing sashes to become ‘an integral part of keeping the virus at bay’.'

 

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I hope she is careful and on the lookout for the escaped prisoner, as reported in the Worthing Herald, with a 2 foot wide head.

Inmate on the run from Ford Prison - Dial 999 immediately if you see him

 

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According to Sussex Police, Clayton McCalman left HMP Ford between 5am and midday on Monday (November 2), and his 'direction of travel is unknown'.

The 32-year-old is heavily linked to the London area, police said, and anyone who sees him is asked not to approach him 'but to dial 999 immediately'.

A police spokesperson added: "If you have any information about where he could be, you can report it online or call 101, quoting serial 0607 of 02/11.

https://www.worthingherald.co.uk/news/crime/inmate-run-ford-prison-dial-999-immediately-if-you-see-him-3028005

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25 minutes ago, numnuts said:

https://www.worthingherald.co.uk/news/people/worthing-womans-social-distancing-sashes-designed-help-keep-people-safe-3026196

 

'Worthing woman’s social distancing sashes designed to help keep people safe. A Broadwater woman wants her social distancing sashes to become ‘an integral part of keeping the virus at bay’.'

 

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Absurd brainwashed bint.

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7 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

South Korea has done well, with a 1.8% case fatality rate and a 0.92 deaths per 100,000/pop figure [ https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality ]. So maybe the religious group did everyone an early favour by contributing to natural herd immunity.

 

I had a vague memory of the tv news blaming them in a strong way. 

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7 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

You will love the COVID sheeple comments, especially the second, at the start of this ITV News report.

 

 

Hang on, I thought you weren't supposed to get tested unless you have symptoms? Da fuck is going on. 

 

And yeah, the people in that line have irked me. 

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If the government want's to reduce the population then they might want to consider reducing the taxation on tobacco, so that us peasants can enjoy smoking again. I guess that would make the NHS too busy, they don't want the NHS busy but they want us all gone, must be a difficult one to juggle for them. 

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53 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

You will love the COVID sheeple comments, especially the second, at the start of this ITV News report.

 

 

 

I went to You Tube, hit pause instantly (no way could I even begin to contemplate watching such shit), scrolled down and it says "Comments turned off"

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5 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I went to You Tube, hit pause instantly (no way could I even begin to contemplate watching such shit), scrolled down and it says "Comments turned off"

 

To save you from MSM TV brain rot, there was a Covidian Cult test volunteer in the queue waiting to get tested and was saying the mass testing was to help to get the infection rates down.

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10 hours ago, numnuts said:

I know it was supposed to be closer to Manchester, than Liverpool, but the makeshift army base in '28 Days Later' was operated by army boys offering the 'answer to infection'. This is a 28 days lockdown. The sequel '28 Weeks Later', which I haven't seen in ages and might view again this weekend, would relate to 21st May 2021. if we were going by the start date of the current lockdown. Definitely some weird coincidences there.

 

It is also a bit coincidental that '28 Days Later' was released on 1st November, while '28 Weeks Later' was released on 11th May. Roughly, at least, the same time frame as we are currently experiencing.

 

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What is happening in Manchester?  Sounds like a classic PsyOp 🙁  On kids.

 

 

Students at Manchester University’s Fallowfield campus protest against coronavirus restrictions.

England campus lockdowns creating ‘perfect storm’ for stressed students

Student leaders warn of mental health impact of Covid restrictions as tensions soar

Strict campus lockdowns and a worsening mental health crisis are creating a “perfect storm”, student leaders have warned, after tensions boiled over in Manchester where fencing erected around accommodation was pulled down.

 

Student leaders in Leeds have levelled accusations of heavy handedness against security guards on campuses elsewhere, including the use of dogs to patrol halls of residences.

 

 

Meanwhile, a day after fences aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus were torn down around halls of residence on the Fallowfield campus in Manchester, students awoke to early-morning fire alarms and evacuations.

“We all thought it was slightly suspicious,” said George Rogers, a first-year student. “Fire alarms are usually Wednesday between 11am and 12pm and last 10 seconds, this was a full fire alarm. It was so cold.”

 

The university said these were scheduled fire evacuation practices, in line with the UK code of conduct, that were postponed from the start of term.

 

The National Union of Students is campaigning for students to have their fees reimbursed if they want to leave their courses. “We’re seeing what can only be described as a pressure cooker atmosphere on university campuses right now,” said Larissa Kennedy, the NUS president.

More than 1 million students who had been encouraged to move across the country during the pandemic arrived on campus only to realise that they had been “sold a lie” about the possibility of the possibility of face-to-face teaching because their institutions were preoccupied with collecting fees and rent, she added.

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25 minutes ago, Noctua said:

What is happening in Manchester?  Sounds like a classic PsyOp 🙁  On kids.

 

 

Students at Manchester University’s Fallowfield campus protest against coronavirus restrictions.

England campus lockdowns creating ‘perfect storm’ for stressed students

Student leaders warn of mental health impact of Covid restrictions as tensions soar

Strict campus lockdowns and a worsening mental health crisis are creating a “perfect storm”, student leaders have warned, after tensions boiled over in Manchester where fencing erected around accommodation was pulled down.

 

Student leaders in Leeds have levelled accusations of heavy handedness against security guards on campuses elsewhere, including the use of dogs to patrol halls of residences.

 

 

Meanwhile, a day after fences aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus were torn down around halls of residence on the Fallowfield campus in Manchester, students awoke to early-morning fire alarms and evacuations.

“We all thought it was slightly suspicious,” said George Rogers, a first-year student. “Fire alarms are usually Wednesday between 11am and 12pm and last 10 seconds, this was a full fire alarm. It was so cold.”

 

The university said these were scheduled fire evacuation practices, in line with the UK code of conduct, that were postponed from the start of term.

 

The National Union of Students is campaigning for students to have their fees reimbursed if they want to leave their courses. “We’re seeing what can only be described as a pressure cooker atmosphere on university campuses right now,” said Larissa Kennedy, the NUS president.

More than 1 million students who had been encouraged to move across the country during the pandemic arrived on campus only to realise that they had been “sold a lie” about the possibility of the possibility of face-to-face teaching because their institutions were preoccupied with collecting fees and rent, she added.

 

 

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"A pledge made by Tony Blair to send half of young people to university has finally been fulfilled — almost 20 years later, government data indicates."

 

Tadaaaa...

 

 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Noctua said:

What is happening in Manchester?  Sounds like a classic PsyOp 🙁  On kids.

 

 

Students at Manchester University’s Fallowfield campus protest against coronavirus restrictions.

England campus lockdowns creating ‘perfect storm’ for stressed students

Student leaders warn of mental health impact of Covid restrictions as tensions soar

Strict campus lockdowns and a worsening mental health crisis are creating a “perfect storm”, student leaders have warned, after tensions boiled over in Manchester where fencing erected around accommodation was pulled down.

 

Student leaders in Leeds have levelled accusations of heavy handedness against security guards on campuses elsewhere, including the use of dogs to patrol halls of residences.

 

 

Meanwhile, a day after fences aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus were torn down around halls of residence on the Fallowfield campus in Manchester, students awoke to early-morning fire alarms and evacuations.

“We all thought it was slightly suspicious,” said George Rogers, a first-year student. “Fire alarms are usually Wednesday between 11am and 12pm and last 10 seconds, this was a full fire alarm. It was so cold.”

 

The university said these were scheduled fire evacuation practices, in line with the UK code of conduct, that were postponed from the start of term.

 

The National Union of Students is campaigning for students to have their fees reimbursed if they want to leave their courses. “We’re seeing what can only be described as a pressure cooker atmosphere on university campuses right now,” said Larissa Kennedy, the NUS president.

More than 1 million students who had been encouraged to move across the country during the pandemic arrived on campus only to realise that they had been “sold a lie” about the possibility of the possibility of face-to-face teaching because their institutions were preoccupied with collecting fees and rent, she added.

 

Why would they be doing this to the Students?

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