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36 minutes ago, Basket Case said:


Anyone got and ideas / leads for Odds  ???
BC

 

I have the same issue. need an operation on my nose and scared of going in because i think they will jab me/PCR test me while i am sedated. They did say PCR test was mandatory a few months ago, I plan to call back again and see if they changed.

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5 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

cheers

I tried to contact them yesterday cheers Morph

The receptionist tried & I told her she had no right to ask me & was illegal, then Dr appeared & told me it was legal & he had chose to keep masks at the surgery...hes an activisit not a DR & makes the rules up as he go's along. I said well give me an exemption then & he said to get a covid pass..

 

Anyway I emailed him with the law on exemptions & he ignored & sent me some useless crap & again told me to get a covid pass.

I have all this in email from him.

Covid pass is for vaccinated people.🙄

I reminded him of hyppocrtatic oath, which say do no evil. As he obviously has a personal beef with me. He has tried to refuse me access before in the surgery.

 

I sent him emails pointing out yellow card adverse reactions & the ONS actual deaths reported.

Fucking criminal cunts.

 

Anything happens to me hes up shit creak without a paddle.

 

Cheers guys.

 

Honk Honk!

Could you report him to whichever body has oversight of surgeries in the nhs? Surely he has to answer to a board somewhere when complaints are made against doctors or surgeries

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6 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Can't you make a formal complaint to the local trust? Basically go over his head, look for your county trust head official and complain to them that you're being refused treatment? 

 

In these situations I think it's worth cutting the knobhead out of the equation and take it to higher echelons. They may be a practice surgery but they still have to follow guidelines which they are not in these instances. 

Just to add to this @oddsnsods it will costs you £250-£950 to issue a claim against the GP. 

 

However, if you choose to do this yourself, you could, depending on your income, seek a court fee exemption if you are unable to afford the fees. I believe it's the EX160 form to complete for that. 

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16 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

prions from the "vax"

 

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They covered this one at the start Oh yeah, you can suffer long covid and get brain fog.

 

covid ranges from sudden heart attacks in teens to brain fog and the best one remember loss of taste and smell. Are there any vaccine side effects not covered under the covid umbrella?

 

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4 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

I thought it was all over.😄  Now the next phase of the pandemic, they say, and a nice, new protein vaccine, again safe and effective, "based with a more traditional platform" for those who don't trust the mRNA death shot.😄

 

COVID-19: UK approves Novavax protein-based vaccine for over-18s to tackle 'next phase' of pandemic

 

The Novavax vaccine was found to be more than 90% effective against a variety of variants, including Delta, in a US trial last year, with data in December suggesting it could also fight against Omicron.

 

The first of a new type of COVID vaccine has been approved by the medical regulator for use in the UK.

The jab, made by US firm Novavax, is based on protein rather than genetic material from the virus.

 

The UK Vaccine Taskforce placed an order for 60 million doses in 2020, and the government had originally expected they would be available in the second half of 2021.

 

Clinical trials have shown it provides 89% protection against symptomatic disease caused by the original Wuhan virus and the Alpha variant. The company is working on a tweaked version of the vaccine against Omicron.

 

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said the vaccine was safe and effective for adults. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation will now consider how it should be used in the UK.

 

The UK Vaccine Taskforce placed an order for 60 million doses in 2020 and it's possible that it could be used as a booster next autumn and winter.

 

Professor Paul Heath, of St George's, University of London, who led a clinical trial of the vaccine, said although 84% of people in the UK have now had two doses of other jabs, it could still have an important role.

 

"Anecdotally we believe there are people out there who have been waiting for a vaccine which has been developed with a more traditional platform," he said.

 

"It may well be that pregnant women look at a protein-based vaccine, which is more similar to the pertussis vaccine they already receive routinely in pregnancy, and this may be more acceptable.

 

"I suspect those who have not been vaccinated yet may now be more inclined to be - and that's what we need."

 

Full article

https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-uk-approves-novavax-protein-based-vaccine-for-over-18s-to-tackle-next-phase-of-pandemic-12531947

 

 

 

The producers of Novavax call it a "recombinant nanoparticle vaccine” therefore, not a “traditional” inoculation and the most common side effects include headache, nausea or vomiting, muscle and joint pain, tenderness and pain at the injection site, tiredness and feeling unwell.... and that's only the stuff they admit! So, no thanks!

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6 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

The producers of Novavax call it a "recombinant nanoparticle vaccine” therefore, not a “traditional” inoculation and the most common side effects include headache, nausea or vomiting, muscle and joint pain, tenderness and pain at the injection site, tiredness and feeling unwell.... and that's only the stuff they admit! So, no thanks!

Oh looky....The exact same 'side effects' that were touted with all the other 'vaccines' when they were first released

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3 hours ago, Basket Case said:


Anyone got and ideas / leads for Odds  ???
BC

I know for a fact his doctors talking bollocks. First,y as Odds said no exemption in any form exists. You can check the governments own site. Secondly through personal experience, I was just taken in another way so as “to not put other patients at risk.” My misses has been inside unmasked multiple times. 
Good luck with the report Odds. Just like at schools they will deny, deny, deny and claim you misunderstood.

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6 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

The bitch has thrown her looks away. That's what chasing the dragon and sucking satan's cock will get you.

Don't follow in Jacinda Hardon's footsteps.

Got to disgree slightly with your comment, don't think she was ever pleasent, she was selected at a young age to be president, must have done a lot of paedophilia and beastiality to get to this far. That's why she looks like a horse, all that inbreeding coming through.

And also she's a post-op tranny, got a twelve inch cock to prove it. Just ask any of the ozzies who got the biggest cock in town: and they will all shout Jacinda Hardon -  that bitch

 

I never said she was a pleasant person I said "pleasant looking"

I agree she's probably got meat and two veg now....I think there's footage of ger walking in trousers with it swinging.

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10 hours ago, Frankieboy said:

Compulsory Covid vaccination set to be imposed in first EU country
 

https://www.rt.com/news/548263-austria-compulsory-vaccination-vote/

 

Yes for the moment in Austria their Nazi government are continuing the bully boy tactics with the threat of large fines for non compliance but as long as the jab free ignore these desperate tactics  and hold their nerve those fines have no legality whatsoever and cannot be enforced. 

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"Congratulations to the CEO and Chairman of Pfizer, Dr. Albert Bourla, on being named 2022 Genesis Prize Laureate. Dr. Bourla received the largest number of votes in a recently concluded global campaign, during which 200,000 people in 71 countries voted online."

 

🤡👎

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37 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I never said she was a pleasant person I said "pleasant looking"

I agree she's probably got meat and two veg now....I think there's footage of ger walking in trousers with it swinging.

Memory wipe never works on that one for me!

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