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7 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

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

 

 

 

"The University of Liverpool’s Professor Calum Semple has been recognised with an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for his services to the COVID-19 response." https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/coronavirus/news/articles/professor-calum-semple-awarded-obe-for-covid-19-efforts/

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10 minutes ago, numnuts said:

 

Come to think of it, this current 28 days lockdown was actually officially announced only hours prior to 1st November, even if it didn't start until 5th November. I still haven't gotten round to watching '28 Weeks Later' again, but, from looking at the film's Wikipedia page, I am now reminded that 'asymptomatic virus carrier' was one of the themes.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/28_Weeks_Later

 

Danny Boyle also directed the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Coronavirus: Young people told to isolate should be offered free mobile data and gaming, says SAGE.

 

Microsoft AI should be used to help connect them to the most suitable paedophiles available, 24/7, for some Sex Education at home.

 

'Oui, oui, oui, my little kiddies. With the Microsoft AI, you will never be left sitting there twiddling your thumbs, while your parents can relax knowing you are being very well catered for.

 

 

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2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Coronavirus: Young people told to isolate should be offered free mobile data and gaming, says SAGE
https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-young-people-told-to-isolate-should-be-offered-free-mobile-data-and-gaming-says-sage-12125599

 

Got to keep the slaves pacified.

 

 

 

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The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) said compliance with COVID-19 restrictions was "substantially lower and declining" among people aged 18 to 29 compared to older age groups due to a "lack of trust in government".

 

If they don't take the carrot, there is always the stick.

 

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I found David Icke's latest broadcast about the Biderman scale to be particularly useful. Reminder to myself as to what is going on here. A full on psychological attack on the human.

 

This really served helped me because the thought of a 5 month lockdown I have to admit was depressing to say the least. So to understand why it is happening is really helpful to re-engage with my real purpose which for me is to serve god and humanity. I did not come here to be attacked psychologically and it shouldn't be tolerated.

 

Thank you David!

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15 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I found David Icke's latest broadcast about the Biderman scale to be particularly useful. Reminder to myself as to what is going on here. A full on psychological attack on the human.

 

This really served helped me because the thought of a 5 month lockdown I have to admit was depressing to say the least. So to understand why it is happening is really helpful to re-engage with my real purpose which for me is to serve god and humanity. I did not come here to be attacked psychologically and it shouldn't be tolerated.

 

Thank you David!

 

Are you referring to this one? If so, yes, great stuff! https://www.bitchute.com/video/OXPtGLQxk6Mi/

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

I had a dream last night, I was in a shop and the  lady at the till says.. "Have you heard?  Personal car use and driving is to be restricted becuase of the virus!"

 

I know it was only a dream , but hmmm.🤔

 

So many idiots out there driving around alone in their cars, with a surgical mask on. I guess they think the virus will escape through their air ventilation systems and infect the pedestrians outside.

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52 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) said compliance with COVID-19 restrictions was "substantially lower and declining" among people aged 18 to 29 compared to older age groups due to a "lack of trust in government".

 

 

The youth are going to be coming after you soon sage group!

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6 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

They are the strangest of them all.

 

"Last week, a Mazda CX-5 driver was taken to hospital after hitting a pole damaging the car. The crash was reportedly caused when the driver passed out behind the wheel after wearing a facemask for “several hours.” Despite making strides in preventing the spread of coronavirus, N95 facemasks can trap carbon dioxide leaving your lungs incidentally limiting your oxygen intake." https://drivetribe.com/p/dont-drive-whilst-wearing-a-face-D9cElL8nRYiAXpg_hFMWXQ?iid=HsNA5bxbTimTePnM6x2c2w

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29/07/2020 · People over six feet tall are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, the results of a new survey reveal.https://nypost.com/2020/07/28/people-over-6-feet-tall-are-more-likely-to-contract-coronavirus/

 

Short people may face a greater risk of catching coronavirus because of how droplets fall to the ground, a study has claimed.

Researchers in Singapore measured the way Covid-19 travels after its expelled by an infected person keeping two metres apart from others

(Article from yesterday) https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/children-more-at-risk-of-coronavirus-due-to-how-cough-droplets-fall/ar-BB1aLFiR

 

 

Endless flow from  the river of bs. 😁

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We must be very careful and don't become middle-class cliches making banana bread when we are locked in our cells.

How not to be a middle-class lockdown cliché this time around

Banana breads and sourdough starters are so last lockdown. Here's our predictions for the trends over the coming weeks

By Alice Hall 6 November 2020 • 2:57pm
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Did you become over-familiar with the Amazon delivery van in Lockdown 1?

So, here we are again. As of this week, the UK is under another national lockdown. Time to start dusting off those puzzles, baking a festive banana bread and setting up a space in your sitting room for the Joe Wicks workout......

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/life/not-middle-class-lockdown-cliche-time-around/

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2022 a typo or the plan for Lockdown 3?

 

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 Coronavirus latest news: Pubs and cafés allowed to continue offering takeaways until 2022

7 NOVEMBER 2020 • 8:21AM

 

Restaurants, pubs and cafés can provide takeaway services until March 2022, the Communities Secretary announced on Friday night in an effort to keep the hospitality industry afloat.

Robert Jenrick confirmed the relaxation of rules would be extended, with the Government now considering whether to make it permanent.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/coronavirus-news-covid-cases-deaths-second-lockdown-rules/

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7 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

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School testing  in liverpool, with army. 

' If positive they will secure the individual concerned'!

Ominous stuff to be done to children.

 

Thanks for posting (out of likes). Off the wall stuff!

 

Each child and adult to be identified by a barcode to ensure ID of test and subsequent results.

 

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9 hours ago, jesuitsdidit said:

 

So how do they get away with it?

 

By relying on ignorance of the masses and also by ensuring they have enough people willing to do as they are told to arrest, detain, maim or kill those who oppose them.

 

One must remember that humans are animals and have been domesticated. If we still had our natural instincts, we would have slaughtered the Establishment had they tried this shit.

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1 hour ago, DarianF said:

 

So many idiots out there driving around alone in their cars, with a surgical mask on. I guess they think the virus will escape through their air ventilation systems and infect the pedestrians outside.

 

Yes indeed. I have just moved from Essex to Yorkshire and there is a marked difference. Essex, you could notice quite a lot of defiance. Sort of half and half with the masks.

 

Yorkshire it's almost everyone with masks at ALL times. I have to stress ALL times again which is quite unbelievable.

 

I'm completely ignorant as to why this may be. But I put out the theory that a lot of the history of employment here was either union or government based traditionally - so perhaps there is more of a mind set to trust the government or large institutions as these have traditionally been the paymasters. 

 

In essex we have the sterotypical cheeky chappy - likes to go against the grain attitude which is still prevalent in some parts there- where taking the P generally is kind of part of the culture - tend to look at things with a slightly less serious stance which helps to look at things objectively. Rambling now - and my hypothesis has very little basis! lol.....

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Quite interesting facts and articles that back up David Icke's outlook that surround the current PCR test, invented by Kary Mullis (used for HIV research) who (maybe ironically?) passed away in August of 2019, is no longer here to defend the use in which his methods have been applied.
Dr Kary Mullis's main argument for A.I.D.S and his research was there was never any solid scientific proof or evidence that HIV was a direct cause of AIDS.

 

Kary Mullis has stated that the PCR test is more suited to research methods rather than clinical testing and was not designed for mass testing, despite now the Wikipedia updated claim that it is, the inventor clearly states otherwise.
Different countries are using different levels of testing sensitivity, meaning that figures can vary significantly and can also be manipulated to show more or less infections.

Because of the magnification, any positive samples are often that small as to not cause any concern, as you need a lot of a virus to actually make you poorly or even have mild symptoms and the very reason as to why the majority of positive cases will not amount to anything.... I have read from more than one source that the survival rate of covid19 is around 99.96%.


Covid virus is virally related to the common cold and it is likely that you will find a sample in most of the population if you look hard enough by increasing the testing sensivity parameters which is a feature of the PCR test.

 

Here is a link to an article/video - a bit of a read but very interesting.

 

https://uncoverdc.com/2020/04/07/was-the-covid-19-test-meant-to-detect-a-virus/

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32 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

https://mobile.twitter.com/GreenH11/status/1324850409782022145/photo/1

 

School testing  in liverpool, with army. 

' If positive they will secure the individual concerned'!

Ominous stuff to be done to children.

Everyone needs to read this twitter letter to that school in Liverpool and share far and wide

 

absolutely disgusting

 

barcodes for kids

 

secured kids

 

the army

 

wake up people

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17 hours ago, fredm1974 said:


Common Law is the only law in this country, any law passed in parliament is admiralty law and require consent of people, if we don’t consent then it’s not law and cannot be force on us.   

 

Yep, and thats why the other things people think are laws are actually called acts.

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