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5 minutes ago, pete675 said:

 

I've not been - sent the form back with 'no thanks'.

 

TB just shows the basic  uselessness of the vaccines, it's a disease of poverty and poor living conditions. No poverty and bad living conditions, no TB.

 

It has been making a comeback for several years, with hardly anyone paying attention to it. Your orthodox lefties don't like to mention that much is imported from countries where it is still endemic, your orthodox rightists don't like admitting that increasing poverty is also driving the upward trend.

 

Scameron, Thatch, Bliar and that bloke with the funny voice and underpants over his trousers ( Major Wanker?... or was it Lord Douglas Turd??) have all presided over the long run decline of Britain..hence more TB with TB and the other useless rotters.

Sums it up nicely!

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2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

there are a number of different personality type systems. The one that uses 'agreeableness' has i think 5 different aspects they look at

 

Indeed. It is possible to correlate agreeableness (and the other 4 of the "big 5" facets) with the other typologies you mentioned. For example, agreeableness with myers-briggs "feeling" types, and enneagram 2s and 9s mainly. One would think on the outset, that agreeableness would be a major indicator for narrative susceptibility, but i've thought about this in relation to people i know and am drawing a blank. It may be a contributor but certainly not the be and end all, as i know enough disagreeable types fully indoctrinated, and plenty of agreeable types that see through it. There is something else involved which i cannot pin down with certainty, hence your earlier comment intrigued me. It's almost like susceptibility to hypnotism, which i don't know if a personality correlate can be ascertained with any confidence. A few abstracts from studies i've just read suggest a weak correlation also.

 

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4 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

A public consultation has been launched into the terms of reference which will be set for the UK Covid-19 public inquiry. The inquiry will be chaired by Baroness Heather Hallett who also headed up the 7/7 bombings inquest and investigations into the deaths of citizens in the Iraq war. She has penned an open letter to the public which can be read below.

 

The consultation will be open for 4 weeks until 7th April 2022. It is specific to setting the terms of reference and what the scope of the enquiry will be. Gathering evidence and experiences of the pandemic will come later. The consultation can be completed via the link below.

 

https://ukcovid19inquiry.citizenspace.com/contribute/terms-of-reference-consultation/

 

The inquiry itself will look into the UK government's preparedness and response to the pandemic. This could dovetail in with the WHO's plans for a Pandemic Treaty, and I foresee that it will be found that the UK government did not act early enough and should have locked down sooner. I think that it will likely be concluded that there is a need for a coordinated global response.

 

 

And I wonder just how much this 'inquiry' will cost the taxpayer?

 

You are right though, the outcome is already known and that's exactly what they want. But it needs to be dressed up in a way that the 'public' think they have some involvement.

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2 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Genuinely just spat tea all over my keyboard.

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Make sure you´re not drinking for this one posted today (I promise it´s the last one)...talking about last year and his fear of the virus, I know for a fact that this guy is 40 years old. 

 

Believe me, I was shitting myself. I used to individually clean the packets of my food deliveries in a special change of clothes that would immediately be washed. I’d rather have the ‘this is much ado about nothing’ mentality.

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1 hour ago, spideysensei said:

 

Indeed. It is possible to correlate agreeableness (and the other 4 of the "big 5" facets) with the other typologies you mentioned. For example, agreeableness with myers-briggs "feeling" types, and enneagram 2s and 9s mainly. One would think on the outset, that agreeableness would be a major indicator for narrative susceptibility, but i've thought about this in relation to people i know and am drawing a blank. It may be a contributor but certainly not the be and end all, as i know enough disagreeable types fully indoctrinated, and plenty of agreeable types that see through it. There is something else involved which i cannot pin down with certainty, hence your earlier comment intrigued me. It's almost like susceptibility to hypnotism, which i don't know if a personality correlate can be ascertained with any confidence. A few abstracts from studies i've just read suggest a weak correlation also.

 

 

I reckon exposure to mainstream media is a major factor, how much attention is given to it, that is.

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

And I wonder just how much this 'inquiry' will cost the taxpayer?

 

You are right though, the outcome is already known and that's exactly what they want. But it needs to be dressed up in a way that the 'public' think they have some involvement.

 

Ohhhh lol

When it comes to public inquiry, they are really good at picking the judge who has a 'credible' track record.....

and it will go on for a long time.

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1 hour ago, Dazzer said:

Make sure you´re not drinking for this one posted today (I promise it´s the last one)...talking about last year and his fear of the virus, I know for a fact that this guy is 40 years old. 

 

Believe me, I was shitting myself. I used to individually clean the packets of my food deliveries in a special change of clothes that would immediately be washed. I’d rather have the ‘this is much ado about nothing’ mentality.

 

This is very believable story. But pathetic. 😂

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6 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

A public consultation has been launched into the terms of reference which will be set for the UK Covid-19 public inquiry. The inquiry will be chaired by Baroness Heather Hallett who also headed up the 7/7 bombings inquest and investigations into the deaths of citizens in the Iraq war. She has penned an open letter to the public which can be read below.

 

The consultation will be open for 4 weeks until 7th April 2022. It is specific to setting the terms of reference and what the scope of the enquiry will be. Gathering evidence and experiences of the pandemic will come later. The consultation can be completed via the link below.

 

https://ukcovid19inquiry.citizenspace.com/contribute/terms-of-reference-consultation/

 

The inquiry itself will look into the UK government's preparedness and response to the pandemic. This could dovetail in with the WHO's plans for a Pandemic Treaty, and I foresee that it will be found that the UK government did not act early enough and should have locked down sooner. I think that it will likely be concluded that there is a need for a coordinated global response.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

And I wonder just how much this 'inquiry' will cost the taxpayer?

 

You are right though, the outcome is already known and that's exactly what they want. But it needs to be dressed up in a way that the 'public' think they have some involvement.

 

Never a truer word spoken by Sir Humphrey Appleby in Yes Minister, BBC TV political satire sitcom (1982).

 

“A basic rule of government is never look into anything you don’t have to, never set up an inquiry unless you know in advance what its findings will be.”
 

 

 

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3 hours ago, pete675 said:

Nothing to see here, move along please:

 

https://www.news.com.au/technology/science/human-body/serious-warning-about-heart-disease-after-senator-kimberley-kitching-and-shane-warne-deaths/news-story/7702910c3f1dba5925d94d5e34d21fea

 

He slammed any commentary that suggested vaccination led to Warne’s heart attack.

 

“Vaccination significantly reduces your chances of getting critically unwell from Covid, so we therefore believe it will be protective against Covid-related heart disease,” he said.

 

Seems to be remarkably certain, given that medicine is a generally inexact science, if it is a science at all.

 

 

The sheep actually believe there’s a covid related heart disease these cunts should be put to sleep ffs 

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1 hour ago, Dazzer said:

Make sure you´re not drinking for this one posted today (I promise it´s the last one)...talking about last year and his fear of the virus, I know for a fact that this guy is 40 years old. 

 

Believe me, I was shitting myself. I used to individually clean the packets of my food deliveries in a special change of clothes that would immediately be washed. I’d rather have the ‘this is much ado about nothing’ mentality.

 

I read about this stuff before, and didn't believe it could be true, just some made up shit to manipulate people.

 

But there was one evening when I got home from work, as I walked down the road to my block, there was a Tesco or Asda van pulling away, I opened the communal front door, and at the top of the staircase was the woman who lives upstairs from me, and she was wiping down all the items that had just been delivered to her.

 

One day, people will look back on this time in history, and realise how ridiculously they were behaving... hopefully!

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6 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

I still have the scar from my BCG jab but I though they'd called a halt to that years ago. Did they come up with an alternative?

Should have been to Anti Facts Sir - sorry!

That was the one from a thing like a 5-pronged pickle fork, right? Positive test from that means that you were already immune and didn't need jab. Several of my mates at school were the same.

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1 hour ago, wingwang said:

 

I reckon exposure to mainstream media is a major factor, how much attention is given to it, that is.

 

Typologically then, that would the "guardians" or "SJ" types https://psychology.fandom.com/wiki/Guardian_temperament

 

In other words, people scoring low on openness to experience, and high on conscientiousness. No hard and fast rules here either though. My mum is an SJ and has been aware of the scam from the start.

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49 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

Should have been to Anti Facts Sir - sorry!

That was the one from a thing like a 5-pronged pickle fork, right? Positive test from that means that you were already immune and didn't need jab. Several of my mates at school were the same.

They called it a patch test. Mine responded so I got the jab. It was very painful. Funny but our chemistry teacher had told us that there was no need because TB had been eradicated years ago in the UK along with smallpox.

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7 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Excess deaths in millennials up according to this guy's stats. Calling it a democide!

I doubt we'll know just how many the poison has killed but according to some doctors, it will really show up by the end of 2022 and 2023 when peoples' immune systems can't cope with colds and ordinary flu.

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25 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

They called it a patch test. Mine responded so I got the jab. It was very painful. Funny but our chemistry teacher had told us that there was no need because TB had been eradicated years ago in the UK along with smallpox.

I got the belt after my jag in 1st year cause I came out and told all the girls and guys in the cue they where dropping like flies in there.

wish the bastards would try and belt me now 😉

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I read about this stuff before, and didn't believe it could be true, just some made up shit to manipulate people.

 

But there was one evening when I got home from work, as I walked down the road to my block, there was a Tesco or Asda van pulling away, I opened the communal front door, and at the top of the staircase was the woman who lives upstairs from me, and she was wiping down all the items that had just been delivered to her.

 

One day, people will look back on this time in history, and realise how ridiculously they were behaving... hopefully!

I reckon I’ve got more chance of winning the lottery. And I’ve never bought a ticket!

 

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2 hours ago, spideysensei said:

 

Typologically then, that would the "guardians" or "SJ" types https://psychology.fandom.com/wiki/Guardian_temperament

 

In other words, people scoring low on openness to experience, and high on conscientiousness. No hard and fast rules here either though. My mum is an SJ and has been aware of the scam from the start.

AFAICR from college, I am SJ also (ISTJ) - but I don't think I'm actually very much like the description

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

They called it a patch test. Mine responded so I got the jab. It was very painful. Funny but our chemistry teacher had told us that there was no need because TB had been eradicated years ago in the UK along with smallpox.

Different test, then - probably Mantoux. The one we had meant that if you reacted you DIDN'T get the jab. It was a circle of 5 pin pricks on the inside forearm (tine test).

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3 hours ago, k_j_evans said:

Should have been to Anti Facts Sir - sorry!

That was the one from a thing like a 5-pronged pickle fork, right? Positive test from that means that you were already immune and didn't need jab. Several of my mates at school were the same.

Yes, the scar of the pronged thing lasted a decade on my delicate white skin! I think it meant I was immune due to something in my family history, I was just relieved not to need it. I had enough health issues as it was. Seemed to spend years being prodded and injected and tested with all sorts.

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20 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

AFAICR from college, I am SJ also (ISTJ) - but I don't think I'm actually very much like the description

 

Descriptions are loose-ish. Individual differences can never be accounted for in a broad typology for obvious reasons. That said, you should be somewhat like the description. Try breaking it down into components rather relying on a broad description of what is really a collection of different facets, and is open to the interpretation and bias of the writer.

 

Are you more introverted than extraverted?

Do you prefer to live in the 'real' world of concrete; sensory data rather than abstractions and theoretical constructs?

Do you tend to be on the disagreeable side, preferring facts over feelings?

Are you fairly conscientious in your day to day life? (eg, scheduled, organized, a planner)

 

If you answer yes to these, then you are likely an ISTJ, but don't let that 4 letter acronym or some internet type description confuse the fact that these traits merely happen to align with and are organised under this type. We are more than types and descriptions.

 

 

 

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