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Little lambs to the slaughter considering that children from the outset were the least vulnerable but now this has taken on a whole new level and especially so in the more populated northern regions.

I didn't think it would be long before the army were introduced into the population/mix.

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10 hours 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.

 

 

Snowflakes most of them. Couldn't kick a can down the road without quivering, worried with the thought of hurting it.

 

There are more students than security "officers" guarding the campuses and if they all got together they could show who's the boss and get out.

 

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54 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.


As bold as brass.

 

here is the link to the letter on the school website: https://www.broadgreeninternationalschool.com/parents/letters-home

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Good to see the MSM allowing comments on this one.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: We're not going to take it any more. You can sleep with your wife but can't play tennis with her. You can shoot ducks, but can't feed them. Boffins scare us with graphs, then change them...

As England was pitchforked into another debilitating lockdown, she set up an amplifier on the steps of Truro Cathedral, grabbed a microphone and began telling passers-by what’s ‘really going on’ in the NHS. Within minutes she had attracted a small crowd.

Shelley has resigned in disgust from her job as a healthcare assistant at Treliske hospital and wants the world to know why.

The idea that the NHS is overrun, she said, is a pack of lies. ‘I can tell you now that at the height of the pandemic I had no work because there were no patients.

‘On Friday in Treliske there were three people with Covid. We’ve closed down Cornwall because three people are in hospital.’

She also claimed that patients who died from flu were being registered dishonestly as Covid victims on death certificates.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-8922907/Britain-isnt-going-writes-RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN.html

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2 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

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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Given the new mink based strain of Coronavirus; the vaccine for that is bound to give us a luscious fur coat! So the future may be hairy.

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17 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

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

oh dear 13 again 0607 + 02/11 

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I've never really liked Richard Littlejohn, the Sun nor the Daily Mail or any of the presstitutes,

especially the Guardian, but I'm posting this for the comments.

 

Get your thumbs out!!!!

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: We're not going to take it any more. You can sleep with your wife but can't play tennis with her. You can shoot ducks, but can't feed them. Boffins scare us with graphs, then change them...

"Like Peter Finch’s deranged newsreader in the 1976 movie Network, Shelley Tasker is mad as hell and isn’t going to take it any more.

 

As England was pitchforked into another debilitating lockdown, she set up an amplifier on the steps of Truro Cathedral, grabbed a microphone and began telling passers-by what’s ‘really going on’ in the NHS. Within minutes she had attracted a small crowd. Shelley has resigned in disgust from her job as a healthcare assistant at Treliske hospital and wants the world to know why."

 

More here ...........

 

PS Peter Finch's character wasn't deranged, he was the voice of sanity.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-8922907/Britain-isnt-going-writes-RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN.html

 

 

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3 hours ago, SimonTV said:

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Awesome! We need more groups like this. There's been a couple of efforts like Heiko Schonings extraparliamentary committee in Germany, but frankly the organisation hasn't been up scratch. Websites that look like they were made in 2005, vague mission statements and poor video production quality.

 

If dissenters are going to force politicians and media to take them seriously they need get together and go beyond a few Talk Radio interviews.

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9 hours 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.

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Or worse, they could drive past a wild mink and infect it and then the mink reinfects them!

 

This "science" is irrefutably utter BS and laughable.

 

 

This is a very unusual chain of events: a virus that originally came from a wild animal, probably a bat, jumped into humans, possibly via an unknown animal host, sparking a pandemic.

 

Mink kept in large numbers on mink farms have caught the virus from infected workers. And, in a small number of cases, the virus has "spilled back" from mink to humans, picking up genetic changes on the way.

 

Mutations in some mink-related strains are reported to involve the spike protein of the virus, which is targeted by some, but not all, vaccines being developed.

 

"If the mutation is on a specific protein that is being currently targeted by the vaccine developers to trigger an immune response in humans then it means that if this new virus strain comes out of the mink back into the humans, even with vaccination, the humans will start spreading it and the vaccine will not protect," Dr Peyre told BBC News.

 

Mink, like their close relatives, ferrets, are known to be susceptible to coronavirus, and like humans, they can show a range of symptoms, from no signs of illness at all to severe problems, such as pneumonia.

 

Scientists suspect the virus spreads in mink farms through infectious droplets, on feed or bedding, or in dust containing droppings.

 

Mink have caught the virus from humans, but genetic detective work has shown that in a small number of cases the virus seems to have passed the other way, with the virus spreading from mink back to humans.

 

Mink have become "reservoirs for the virus" and surveillance is required in other wild and domestic animals that may be susceptible, said Prof Joanne Santini of University College London.

 

"Mink is the extreme but it could be happening out there and we just don't know about it and that's something we need to be checking," she told BBC News.

 

"What we do know is that the mink are picking up the virus from people; they can be infected and they are spreading it between themselves and it's come back to humans."

 

"We need to find out where these mutations are and we need to see what effect that has on transmission of the virus and how infectious it is, because if it is changing and being more infectious or having a broader host range, then that's really quite scary but it might not be, because we don't know," said Prof Santini.

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Velma said:

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Or worse, they could drive past a wild mink and infect it and then the mink reinfects them!

 

This "science" is irrefutably utter BS and laughable.

 

 

This is a very unusual chain of events: a virus that originally came from a wild animal, probably a bat, jumped into humans, possibly via an unknown animal host, sparking a pandemic.

 

Mink kept in large numbers on mink farms have caught the virus from infected workers. And, in a small number of cases, the virus has "spilled back" from mink to humans, picking up genetic changes on the way.

 

Mutations in some mink-related strains are reported to involve the spike protein of the virus, which is targeted by some, but not all, vaccines being developed.

 

"If the mutation is on a specific protein that is being currently targeted by the vaccine developers to trigger an immune response in humans then it means that if this new virus strain comes out of the mink back into the humans, even with vaccination, the humans will start spreading it and the vaccine will not protect," Dr Peyre told BBC News.

 

Mink, like their close relatives, ferrets, are known to be susceptible to coronavirus, and like humans, they can show a range of symptoms, from no signs of illness at all to severe problems, such as pneumonia.

 

Scientists suspect the virus spreads in mink farms through infectious droplets, on feed or bedding, or in dust containing droppings.

 

Mink have caught the virus from humans, but genetic detective work has shown that in a small number of cases the virus seems to have passed the other way, with the virus spreading from mink back to humans.

 

Mink have become "reservoirs for the virus" and surveillance is required in other wild and domestic animals that may be susceptible, said Prof Joanne Santini of University College London.

 

"Mink is the extreme but it could be happening out there and we just don't know about it and that's something we need to be checking," she told BBC News.

 

"What we do know is that the mink are picking up the virus from people; they can be infected and they are spreading it between themselves and it's come back to humans."

 

"We need to find out where these mutations are and we need to see what effect that has on transmission of the virus and how infectious it is, because if it is changing and being more infectious or having a broader host range, then that's really quite scary but it might not be, because we don't know," said Prof Santini.

 

 

 

 

 

I honestly think they're just making this shit up as they go along to fuel this 'narrative' of a 'deadly virus' that has a 99.8% survival rate.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I honestly think they're just making this shit up as they go along to fuel this 'narrative' of a 'deadly virus' that has a 99.8% survival rate.

 

 

 

11 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

And you are absolutely correct.

Agreed however.......Image may contain: text that says "CAN'T BELIEVE I'VE JOINED THE PANIC I'VE STARTED STOCK PILING! OXO FINDIN"

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8 hours ago, Mr H said:

 

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.....

 

Yorkshire isn't just one place, as you know. For example, I live in West Yorkshire and visit Halifax and Bradford regularly. Most folk in Halifax wear masks, not so much so in Bradford.

 

Generalisations help nobody.

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20 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

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.

Image may contain: text that says "At first glance, you have an arrow in your head. But just in case, we'll do a COVID-19 test to make sure"

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7 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Utter bollocks, they were being their pig selves and looking to intimidate the member of public. Hollow apology the scum bags. 

 

A very hollow apology yes, but a reminder that the police themselves on this occasion do not understand the 'guidance' put in place.

 

If you are confronted in any store for NOT wearing a mask/face covering, you just need to state that you are 'exempt' from doing so - no proof of exemption needs to be shown, and you do not need to cause any 'scene' by reacting otherwise, as in another recent video shared by West Midlands Police from the same store in Oldbury.

 

The 'rules and regulations' are full of holes, you can choose to 'not acquiesce' by playing the game back at them.

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https://twitter.com/squawkying/status/1325092307432050690

 

Two people jailed here in Ireland for distributing leaflets.

This is close to the bone for me as I was close to getting started distributing leaflets a few weeks back. The only thing preventing me for now is the prohibitive cost, what I have (well taken from Vernon Colemans site) costs upto 30 cents for the 3 sheets to print out in order to fit it all in. 

 

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