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11 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

ive got utter contempt for face nappy wearers now.

what i am seeing where i am is 95% not wearing

I was recently back in the UK (have now returned to Australia for my sins, and not sure I made the right decision) and spent time in both Leeds and Manchester and I would agree with your 95% figure, which I found slightly hopeful. I mean of course, maybe it is too little too late, and maybe if the fear would ramp up by the media again those people would be played like a flute, but the optimist in me can't help hoping that people are seeing through the BS now. 

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12 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

east northants

 

Oxfordshire, 50% cucks looking around flowers in the outdoor bit of the garden centre on Sunday morning.

 

I just want to ask them if they think there's any benefit but there's no point. 

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Entering b and q yesterday at the same time as a few others.

commented overly loud that it was great to see a return to sanity with no masks on display. One couple who heard me exclaimed, oh no we’ve forgotten to put them on. Fake coughed, then watch them panic as they rushed their mask up to there vile gobs.

walked away laughing. 
Problem is it would make great comedy if these fukwits weren’t completely fucking up society, through their ridiculous worship of the covid god

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53 minutes ago, Trufflepig said:

 

Oxfordshire, 50% cucks looking around flowers in the outdoor bit of the garden centre on Sunday morning.

 

I just want to ask them if they think there's any benefit but there's no point. 

just say to them, "don't the flowers smell wonderful"

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Guy I know recently went to Manchester and yes again, 95% unmasked. 

I travel a lot on public transport around Home Counties and north London and would say 50% wear masks.

 

so it’s not a city thing, it’s a London thing 

 

 

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14 hours ago, SimonTV said:

Commie teachers in California still forcing children to act like they are in dystopian novel, wearing masks and keeping distance. Like that would even do anything vs a real highly contagious pathogen, if there was one none of them would even be in school. These people are delusional psychopaths. 

 

https://vidmax.com/video/211539-wtf-kids-in-fresno-commiefornia-are-still-forced-to-eat-outside-on-the-ground-wearing-masks-while-6ft-apart

 

in contrast, Croatia, from my observations last year and now, children go to and from school without masks, children play together in the school playgrounds without masks, watched over by teachers without maskies.  With children living normally there are no dead bodies in the streets, due to the lack of CONVID precautions.

 

However, nearby Italy has all its school children masked up and when the parents are waiting outside school, they are all standing apart, wearing masks to collect their children who are ushered out in a controlled manner. Madness!

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1 hour ago, JCP said:

 

If anyone wants a copy of the Pfizer 5.3.6 document it can be found here:

https://phmpt.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/5.3.6-postmarketing-experience.pdf

 

Thanks for that JCP, just scrolled through as I get the idea but pages 30-36 should make you think.

 

Albert Bourla CEO (satanic jew) is a vet and has done several interviews on TV. Taking his advice is like taking advice from the groundworker how to install your electric shower.

53 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

just say to them, "don't the flowers smell wonderful"

The glazed eyes behind the mask will look for a bit whilst trying to work it out then start unhooking one ear to get a whiff.

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45 minutes ago, rebornsteve said:

Guy I know recently went to Manchester and yes again, 95% unmasked. 

I travel a lot on public transport around Home Counties and north London and would say 50% wear masks.

 

so it’s not a city thing, it’s a London thing 

 

 

 

Well, London is Lizard Central.

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Here's a mask observation i've made. When people are paying via their phone, they almost always lower their mask when bringing up the app and holding it to the card machine. As soon as it's done they pull the mask back up. Seriously bizarre because it's not just one or two people, it's nearly all of them.

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4 hours ago, spideysensei said:

Here's a mask observation i've made. When people are paying via their phone, they almost always lower their mask when bringing up the app and holding it to the card machine. As soon as it's done they pull the mask back up. Seriously bizarre because it's not just one or two people, it's nearly all of them.

 

Paying with your phone/cashless acceptance and wearing masks go hand in hand. You are either part of the resistance are you are not. End of for me really.

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22 hours ago, numnuts said:

The notion of anyone being forced to flee their home is terrible. However, the way the masonic media are spinning it, one would think that they are all literally entitled to come over here! Why were there no TV ads encouraging folks to take in the U.K.'s homeless or Palestinian refugees before now? Hmm.

 

Conjob 19 propaganda has ended logical thought for many. 'Horrible Putin bombing the Ukrainians' is a refrain often heard, particularly from female Convid true believers.

 

What about UK taxpayer funded attacks in Yemen.... https://www.stopwar.org.uk/article/how-uk-taxpayers-help-pay-for-the-incineration-of-children-in-yemen/ .... NATO bombardment of Belgrade for 80 days..the old witch Madeleine Albright saying the deaths of half a million Iraqi children was 'a price worth paying'.?

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JABBED:

Father-of-two, 31, died from blood clot caused by AstraZeneca jab 10 DAYS before the Covid vaccine was scrapped for under-40s

  • Tom Dudley, 31, died from a blood clot triggered by his first dose of the AZ jab
  • Father-of-two was found unconscious at home two weeks after his inoculation
  • Sheffield United fan was rushed to hospital but bleeds were 'incurable'

By Luke Andrews Health Reporter For Mailonline

Published: 11:15 EDT, 15 March 2022 | Updated: 11:28 EDT, 15 March 2022

A father died from an ultra-rare blood clot triggered by AstraZeneca's Covid jab just ten days before he would have been recommended for an alternative.

An inquest has heard how Tom Dudley, 31, who had no underlying health conditions, got his first dose near his home in Sheffield on April 27 last year.

But the carpet salesman soon began to suffer headaches — a common side effect of the British-made vaccine that normally fades within days.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10614835/Father-two-31-died-blood-clot-caused-AstraZeneca-jab.html

 

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4 hours ago, Nemo said:

The BBC's Ministry of Truth logo.

 

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All the world's a stage. The BBC and all seeing eye are 'behind the curtain'.

 

And 'reality check' is 'control of reality'-

 

Check

verb (used with object)
to stop or arrest the motion of suddenly or forcibly:
to restrain; hold in restraint or control:
 
verb (used without object)
to prove to be right; correspond accurately:
to make an inquiry, investigation, etc., as for verification (often followed by up, into, etc.):

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, pete675 said:

 

Conjob 19 propaganda has ended logical thought for many. 'Horrible Putin bombing the Ukrainians' is a refrain often heard, particularly from female Convid true believers.

 

What about UK taxpayer funded attacks in Yemen.... https://www.stopwar.org.uk/article/how-uk-taxpayers-help-pay-for-the-incineration-of-children-in-yemen/ .... NATO bombardment of Belgrade for 80 days..the old witch Madeleine Albright saying the deaths of half a million Iraqi children was 'a price worth paying'.?

Spoke to a women at the counter in Tesco.she was harping about Ukraine etc, evil Vlad. When I responded about NATO pressure and egging on for a war for years, the best response was well I still feel sorry for the Ukrainians.

All these people understand is what there told by the media and they’ll die defending it.

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

JABBED:

Father-of-two, 31, died from blood clot caused by AstraZeneca jab 10 DAYS before the Covid vaccine was scrapped for under-40s

  • Tom Dudley, 31, died from a blood clot triggered by his first dose of the AZ jab
  • Father-of-two was found unconscious at home two weeks after his inoculation
  • Sheffield United fan was rushed to hospital but bleeds were 'incurable'

By Luke Andrews Health Reporter For Mailonline

Published: 11:15 EDT, 15 March 2022 | Updated: 11:28 EDT, 15 March 2022

A father died from an ultra-rare blood clot triggered by AstraZeneca's Covid jab just ten days before he would have been recommended for an alternative.

An inquest has heard how Tom Dudley, 31, who had no underlying health conditions, got his first dose near his home in Sheffield on April 27 last year.

But the carpet salesman soon began to suffer headaches — a common side effect of the British-made vaccine that normally fades within days.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10614835/Father-two-31-died-blood-clot-caused-AstraZeneca-jab.html

 

Should of joined this forum then he’d still be alive. In the age of the internet all knowledge is available if you can be arsed to look for it!

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2 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Spoke to a women at the counter in Tesco.she was harping about Ukraine etc, evil Vlad. When I responded about NATO pressure and egging on for a war for years, the best response was well I still feel sorry for the Ukrainians.

All these people understand is what there told by the media and they’ll die defending it.

 

Yep, most of these people have no idea zelensky murdered thousands in eastern ukraine since he got in, and was there controlled, by tel aviv, london, and washington, to goad russia into this.

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1 hour ago, BossCrow said:

All the world's a stage. The BBC and all seeing eye are 'behind the curtain'.

 

And 'reality check' is 'control of reality'-

 

Check

verb (used with object)
to stop or arrest the motion of suddenly or forcibly:
to restrain; hold in restraint or control:
 
verb (used without object)
to prove to be right; correspond accurately:
to make an inquiry, investigation, etc., as for verification (often followed by up, into, etc.):

 

 

 

 

im ashamed to say i didnt notice the curtains the first go around

 

holy shit do they like rubbing it to our face

 

 

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China goes into lockdown again...

 

Multinational companies have halted some operations as China widens its Covid lockdowns - among its biggest since the start of the pandemic.

 

Tens of millions of people across the country face restrictions, including the entire Jilin province and technology hub Shenzhen, as authorities report record numbers of cases.

 

Toyota, Volkswagen and Apple supplier Foxconn are among the firms affected.

 

The lockdowns have raised concerns that crucial supply chains may be disrupted.

 

China on Tuesday reported a record high of more than 5,000 cases, most of it in Jilin.

 

All 24 million residents of the north-eastern province were placed under quarantine orders on Monday. It is the first time China has restricted an entire province since the Wuhan and Hebei lockdown at the beginning of the pandemic.

 

Jilin residents have been banned from moving around, and anyone wanting to leave the province must apply for police permission.

 

It came a day after a five-day lockdown was placed on the 12.5 million residents of the southern city of Shenzhen, with all buses and subway services suspended.

 

On Tuesday authorities in Langfang city which borders the capital Beijing, as well as Dongguan in the southern province of Guangdong, also imposed immediate lockdowns.


Businesses in many of the affected regions have been told to close or have their employees work from home, unless they supplied essential services like food, utilities or other necessities.

 

Foxconn, which manufactures iPhones for Apple, stopped its operations in Shenzhen on Monday, saying the date of resumption would "be advised by the local government".

 

But it has several production sites in China and told the BBC it had "adjusted the production line to minimise the potential impact". Its plant in Zhengzhou - the world's largest iPhone factory - remains open, as the city was not hit by the restrictions.

 

Toyota, which shut its factory in Changchun city in Jilin province, did not give a timeline for when business would resume. The Japanese carmaker told the BBC that the move was made to consider the "impact of supplier operation", and the "safety and security of employees and related parties".

 

German carmaker Volkswagen also shuttered operations in Changchun, saying production of Volkswagen and Audi cars and their components was "affected", but that it hoped to reopen its factory on Thursday.

 

On Tuesday the Shanghai Composite lost 5% and the Hang Seng index, where several Chinese technology giants are listed, fell more than 6%.

 

Analysts believe that firms would be able to manage the disruptions. "Such lockdowns have happened before, and [cities] have re-opened within a short period of time once the number of Covid cases were within control," Yeang Cheng Ling, senior investment strategist at Singapore's DBS Bank, told the BBC.

 

UBS analyst Grace Chen said Shenzhen was not a "major" production site for suppliers, but it would be worrying if the lockdowns extended to Shanghai and surrounding areas as the region is a key manufacturing hub for notebooks, servers and smart devices.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-60703301

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