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21 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

We should have sent Boaty after them. That would have had their knees a-knocking for sure!

 

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I used to work with an absolute lunatic ex fisherman called Boaty Bob from Pittenweem ....we need Boaty Bob now ...can just imagine him screaming at the idiots still wearing facial panty liners....''You fucking mong take that stupid rag off yer face''

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5 hours ago, Saved said:

I have found that in my 55 years the most switched on and interesting of people are the truly marginalized. I'm not talking colour, sexuality, culture - I'm talking loners and what the world would call weirdos. They are labelled such because nobody gets them as surely as few people ever got me even as a child. I met many of them in my seven years living in hostels and hanging with street people and dropouts.

 

That was before the internet age happened and so there wasn't an outlet for 'strange' thinking behind the anonymity of a username and screen. Everything was face to face and the strange thinkers would find themselves unwelcome with what the world would call 'normal" people.

 

Every homeless person I've spoken to this last two years knows that they are safer injecting heroin than anything Pfizer have to offer. I would go past the soup run and watch from my bus to work and there wasn't any masks or social distancing. Nobody gave a toss about some invisible enemy - they were just focused on getting some food and a hot drink.

 

I'll be looking to getting involved with serving the marginalized again this Spring (now that my life has settled down again after a separation) and I look forward to the kinds of conversations and encouragement I only ever tend to get online.

Cracking post Saved,i can identify so much with what you said and identify with what you experienced and saw...doesn't take much to put something back and as you noted when peoples priorities are broken down to the basics of obtaining food and drink for the day the media and the lies spewed from it pale into insignificance ....I've noticed its the comfortable 'well off' people who believe the con more than others....The virus threatens their comfortable existence ....THATS their biggest fear..... If only they would open their eyes and see the cure threatens it far more.....God speed with your work when life improves somewhat for you

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16 hours ago, Captainlove said:

I like the guy. 

I can't stand GBnews it's drifting from it's stated aims rather too quickly for my liking HOWEVER i will concede that Neil Oliver has things to say which i enjoy listening to,thankfully they appear on YT seperate from GBNews ...so you only get the Neil Oliver and not the rest of the dross

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The media want to spin the way deaths were recorded as "chaotic"

 

Never before had someone who was dying of terminal cancer or another teminal disease been recorded

as having the flu or another respiratory condition as the main course of death. But that changed

in 2020.  Because of the mass killer Harold Shipman GP the law changed years ago stating TWO

doctors had to write off the course of death, but in 2020 the UK Government changed it back to

only one GP. Doctors were encouraged to say the course of death was Covid. In care homes no doctors were

present, they made their assumption via Zoom!

 

THEY LIED AND THEY KNOW WE KNOW.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Sidlittle said:

Don’t suppose anyone here has entered France recently unjabbed ? Although they have recently dropped a lot of the nonsense , unjabbed still need ‘essential reason for travel ‘ . One of my friends over there has said they don’t check too much now but hmmm I don’t know ,  it could be an expensive gamble. 
Wondering if anyone has had any direct experience?  

 

If you join Telegram and then the Freedom Cells or TDV- Europe channel, you will see folks who are constantly travelling around all parts of Europe, as they have throughout the plandemic. You can chat with them directly and ask exactly what it is like :-)

 

https://t.me/joinchat/WOUvqBL0t6KrLg-u
 

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9 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Local media ramping up the Covid scaremongering bollocks again.

 

The sequel's coming.

R2 been doing that most of the week, with shithead vine behind it.

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1 hour ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

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While I don't doubt that Kissinger ..and Gates..and Schwab ..actually think like that, would the crafty old toad say it  openly?

 

On the other hand all the 'fact checkers' say this is untrue, which always makes me think it must be true.

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The amount of people who I know of a similar age (62) who are telling me they have heart rhythm problems, or gone on statins, or have new health problems is getting out of hand. A couple I know who are approx 70 and have done serious hiking and wild camping for most of their adult lives have aged 15 years in the last 2! He was always saying "use it or lose it" and it's very gloomy to see. The vaccine is the slow poison but the broken spirit is really sickening, like a kamado dragon attack. Sorry to be so negative. I don't have broken spirit and hope none of you let it consume you. Fighting spirit all the way!

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1 hour ago, pete675 said:

 

While I don't doubt that Kissinger ..and Gates..and Schwab ..actually think like that, would the crafty old toad say it  openly?

 

On the other hand all the 'fact checkers' say this is untrue, which always makes me think it must be true.

"Shortly, the
public will be unable to reason or think for themselves. They'll only be
able to parrot the information they've been given on the previous
night's news." - Zbigniew Brzezinski

 

"The society will be
dominated by an elite of persons free from traditional values who will
have no doubt in fulfilling their objectives by means of purged
techniques with which they will influence the behavior of people and
will control and watch the society in all details. It will become
possible to exert a practically permanent watch on each citizen of the
world." - Zbigniew Brzezinski

 

"Persisting
social crisis, the emergence of a charismatic personality, and the
exploitation of mass media to obtain public confidence would be the
steppingstones in the piecemeal transformation of the United States into
a highly controlled society." - Zbigniew Brzezinski

 

...and those are quotes taken from the 70's and 80's. These bastards have had this in the agenda books for quite some time.

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3 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Local media ramping up the Covid scaremongering bollocks again.

 

The sequel's coming.

 

Was that in the

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The original COVID-19 production was like a real crappy, weekday afternoon TV movie with shite actors, special effects and storyline, the coming sequel is bound to be even worse.

 

The London Evening Standard was scarmongering a few days ago, as they were before Christmas, with a 50% increase in cases in a week, again.

 

Covid infections in London rocket by almost 50 per cent in a week

18/03/2022

 

Kingston has one of the highest infection rates in the country, according to the UK Health Security Agency.

 

Covid infections in London have soared by almost 50 per cent in a week, fuelled by the more infectious BA.2 strain of Omicron, the return to work and greater socialising.

 

Kingston has one of the highest infection rates in the country, according to the UK Health Security Agency, with almost 800 cases per 100,000 population.

 

There has also been a 28 per cent increase in the number of people with the virus being admitted to hospital in the capital, with the number of beds occupied by Covid patients at the highest level for a month.

 

The neighbouring boroughs of Richmond, Wandsworth, Merton, Sutton, Hammersmith and Fulham were above 650 cases per 100,000 in the last week, as was Bromley in South-East London, UKHSA said.

 

Experts attribute the increase to the growing number of passengers on public transport – some northbound Victoria line services through Euston at 6pm Thursday night could not be boarded because they were so packed – more mixing outside households and the decline in mask-wearing.

 

The Full article at

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/covid-infections-london-ba-2-omicron-b989017.html

 

The Evening Stndard's headline from the 14th December, 2021.

 

London Covid cases by borough revealed: Some areas see infections rise by more than 50% in just a week

 

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/london-covid-cases-latest-boroughs-omicron-pandemic-kevin-fenton-b971761.html

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11 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Was that in the

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😄

 

The original COVID-19 production was like a real crappy, weekday afternoon TV movie with shite actors, special effects and storyline, the coming sequel is bound to be even worse.

 

The London Evening Standard was scarmongering a few days ago, as they were before Christmas, with a 50% increase in cases in a week again.

 

Covid infections in London rocket by almost 50 per cent in a week

18/03/2022

 

Kingston has one of the highest infection rates in the country, according to the UK Health Security Agency.

 

Covid infections in London have soared by almost 50 per cent in a week, fuelled by the more infectious BA.2 strain of Omicron, the return to work and greater socialising.

 

Kingston has one of the highest infection rates in the country, according to the UK Health Security Agency, with almost 800 cases per 100,000 population.

 

There has also been a 28 per cent increase in the number of people with the virus being admitted to hospital in the capital, with the number of beds occupied by Covid patients at the highest level for a month.

 

The neighbouring boroughs of Richmond, Wandsworth, Merton, Sutton, Hammersmith and Fulham were above 650 cases per 100,000 in the last week, as was Bromley in South-East London, UKHSA said.

 

Experts attribute the increase to the growing number of passengers on public transport – some northbound Victoria line services through Euston at 6pm Thursday night could not be boarded because they were so packed – more mixing outside households and the decline in mask-wearing.

 

The Full article at

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/covid-infections-london-ba-2-omicron-b989017.html

 

The Evening Stndard's headline from the 14th December, 2021.

 

London Covid cases by borough revealed: Some areas see infections rise by more than 50% in just a week

 

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/london-covid-cases-latest-boroughs-omicron-pandemic-kevin-fenton-b971761.html

Yes they are giving it the its highly infectous crap. But the main point is 'is it very dangerous to your health' And of course the answer is NO.

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21 minutes ago, Gurualvin said:

Yes they are giving it the its highly infectous crap. But the main point is 'is it very dangerous to your health' And of course the answer is NO.

 

Exactly.  Once again the story of even more infectous than before. In all this time and the escalated hype, national and local government has not evacuated to a place of safety away from the population centres and or been issued with NBC/Nuclear, Biological, Chemical protection respirators, suits, decontamination equipment etc.

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I don't like to give out too much regarding my personal life online, but I received news this morning that a relative (of whom I have very few left) has begun have heart issues.

 

Both husband and wife, though very intelligent, educated people who did not believe the Covidmania, initially, eventually got the "vaccines" about 6 to 8 months ago. I was shocked when they told me about doing so and more horrified when they told me their two sons, their wives and kids were doing the same. When I asked him why, at the time, he said he had read up on them etc. I did not debate him, as he is the kind of man who is never wrong. As a result, I've been fearing this day since they told me of their injections.

 

In the e-mail, I was told the issues are afib, tachycardia, brachycardia and SVT. Was in the ER for about five hours at one point. I did not respond with, "It's the "vaccines!", just my prayers and well wishes. These two are very intelligent, educated people, as I said. I just can't understand why they took them in the first place. The same with my landlord who has pre-existing health issues with blood clotting/deep vein thrombosis. He is an intelligent man, too. They make it about two years without so much as getting a cold during the Covidmania, and still decide to get the "vaccine". My relatives had no pressure from employers, as he recently retired and she doesn't work.

 

*Brachycardia: 

Bradycardia (brad-e-KAHR-dee-uh) is a slower than normal heart rate. The hearts of adults at rest usually beat between 60 and 100 times a minute. If you have bradycardia, your heart beats fewer than 60 times a minute.

Bradycardia can be a serious problem if the heart rate is very slow and the heart can't pump enough oxygen-rich blood to the body. If this happens, you may feel dizzy, very tired or weak, and short of breath. Sometimes bradycardia doesn't cause symptoms or complications.

A slow heartbeat isn't always a concern. For example, a resting heart rate between 40 and 60 beats a minute is quite common during sleep and in some people, particularly healthy young adults and trained athletes.

If bradycardia is severe, an implanted pacemaker may be needed to help the heart maintain an appropriate rate.

 

*Tachycardia:

Tachycardia (tak-ih-KAHR-dee-uh) is the medical term for a heart rate over 100 beats a minute. Many types of irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmias) can cause tachycardia.

A fast heart rate isn't always a concern. For instance, the heart rate typically rises during exercise or as a response to stress.

Tachycardia may not cause any symptoms or complications. But if left untreated, some forms of tachycardia can lead to serious health problems, including heart failure, stroke or sudden cardiac death.

Treatment for tachycardia may include specific maneuvers, medication, cardioversion or surgery to control a rapid heartbeat.

 

*Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT):

SVT is as an abnormally fast or erratic heartbeat that affects the heart's upper chambers. An abnormal heartbeat is called an arrhythmia. SVT is also called paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia.

A normal heart rate is 60 to 100 beats per minute. A heart rate of more than 100 beats per minute is called a tachycardia (tak-ih-KAHR-dee-uh). During an episode of SVT, your heart beats about 150 to 220 times per minute, but it can occasionally beat faster or slower.

Most people with supraventricular tachycardia live healthy lives without restrictions or treatment. For others, lifestyle changes, medication and heart procedures may be needed to control or eliminate the rapid heartbeats and related symptoms.

 

*From the Mayo Clinic website.

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9 hours ago, Useyournous said:

The amount of people who I know of a similar age (62) who are telling me they have heart rhythm problems, or gone on statins, or have new health problems is getting out of hand. A couple I know who are approx 70 and have done serious hiking and wild camping for most of their adult lives have aged 15 years in the last 2! He was always saying "use it or lose it" and it's very gloomy to see. The vaccine is the slow poison but the broken spirit is really sickening, like a kamado dragon attack. Sorry to be so negative. I don't have broken spirit and hope none of you let it consume you. Fighting spirit all the way!

I have seen a hardening of hearts amongst the few Christians I (rarely) encountered after they took the jabs. It is less noticeable with the many non Christians I know, though I have observed quickened tempers and many of them are spending long periods off sick. 

 

My (ex) wife still attends the fellowship I walked away from and said only yesterday that 'something has changed' within the spirit of the church, that it's different. She couldn't put her finger on exactly what but did say how the people were less warm. I asked if they seemed robotic, as if just going through the motions of going to church because they always have done. She said 'yes' and then told me how the back five rows or so are reserved for those who wish to wear masks.

 

I can only imagine what a tragic scene that looks like. Demonic even.

 

We're talking a regular fellowship of around 300 people. Tares aside, it used to be a vibrant church that had a genuine God-given warmth. She said that nobody wants to talk about God (sermon aside) and there is no genuine conversation; just the same tired old questions of how's work and how's the kids followed by awkwardness.

 

Had I not walked away I would surely have been thrown out long ago. I'm about to find a new fellowship after two years of 'forsaking the assembly' and will know whether the corporate spirit is broken or not the moment I walk in because I never jumped atop an oven hob into any pot of lukewarm water in the first place.

 

Like others, I do think that once the agenda behind Russia/Ukraine has been fulfilled we will see either another fake pandemic or an engineered one that can be used to cover the death stats. Or perhaps Russia/Ukraine shall escalate in order to fulfill that role.

 

Generally, it's getting darker and so are people.

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8 hours ago, KingKitty said:

I don't like to give out too much regarding my personal life online, but I received news this morning that a relative (of whom I have very few left) has begun have heart issues.

 

Both husband and wife, though very intelligent, educated people who did not believe the Covidmania, initially, eventually got the "vaccines" about 6 to 8 months ago. I was shocked when they told me about doing so and more horrified when they told me their two sons, their wives and kids were doing the same. When I asked him why, at the time, he said he had read up on them etc. I did not debate him, as he is the kind of man who is never wrong. As a result, I've been fearing this day since they told me of their injections.

 

In the e-mail, I was told the issues are afib, tachycardia, brachycardia and SVT. Was in the ER for about five hours at one point. I did not respond with, "It's the "vaccines!", just my prayers and well wishes. These two are very intelligent, educated people, as I said. I just can't understand why they took them in the first place. The same with my landlord who has pre-existing health issues with blood clotting/deep vein thrombosis. He is an intelligent man, too. They make it about two years without so much as getting a cold during the Covidmania, and still decide to get the "vaccine". My relatives had no pressure from employers, as he recently retired and she doesn't work.

 

*Brachycardia: 

Bradycardia (brad-e-KAHR-dee-uh) is a slower than normal heart rate. The hearts of adults at rest usually beat between 60 and 100 times a minute. If you have bradycardia, your heart beats fewer than 60 times a minute.

Bradycardia can be a serious problem if the heart rate is very slow and the heart can't pump enough oxygen-rich blood to the body. If this happens, you may feel dizzy, very tired or weak, and short of breath. Sometimes bradycardia doesn't cause symptoms or complications.

A slow heartbeat isn't always a concern. For example, a resting heart rate between 40 and 60 beats a minute is quite common during sleep and in some people, particularly healthy young adults and trained athletes.

If bradycardia is severe, an implanted pacemaker may be needed to help the heart maintain an appropriate rate.

 

*Tachycardia:

Tachycardia (tak-ih-KAHR-dee-uh) is the medical term for a heart rate over 100 beats a minute. Many types of irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmias) can cause tachycardia.

A fast heart rate isn't always a concern. For instance, the heart rate typically rises during exercise or as a response to stress.

Tachycardia may not cause any symptoms or complications. But if left untreated, some forms of tachycardia can lead to serious health problems, including heart failure, stroke or sudden cardiac death.

Treatment for tachycardia may include specific maneuvers, medication, cardioversion or surgery to control a rapid heartbeat.

 

*Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT):

SVT is as an abnormally fast or erratic heartbeat that affects the heart's upper chambers. An abnormal heartbeat is called an arrhythmia. SVT is also called paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia.

A normal heart rate is 60 to 100 beats per minute. A heart rate of more than 100 beats per minute is called a tachycardia (tak-ih-KAHR-dee-uh). During an episode of SVT, your heart beats about 150 to 220 times per minute, but it can occasionally beat faster or slower.

Most people with supraventricular tachycardia live healthy lives without restrictions or treatment. For others, lifestyle changes, medication and heart procedures may be needed to control or eliminate the rapid heartbeats and related symptoms.

 

*From the Mayo Clinic website.

Tachycardia would fit with the symptoms reported to me months back by a highly intelligent man I know concerning his daughter. She's in her early 20's and both her parents are staunch Covidians.

 

I say 'intelligent' but only from an academic point of view. I have noticed throughout my life that academically adept people are susceptible to pride. This, in turn, makes them vulnerable to deception - not from people below them in the brain stakes but above them. Because they tend to be of the sort that is always right then those educated at a better university, perhaps with names prefaced with words such as Doctor or Professor shall more often be always right than even themselves.

 

Hence why Oxford was behind one of the jabs and hence why we had two professors often flanking Johnson. This appealed greatly to the 'intelligent' white collar middle classes.

 

How easy it is to dismiss me with my CSE in woodwork.

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20 hours ago, Saved said:

I'm talking loners and what the world would call weirdos.

 

For all of us loners and weirdos  .............................................................

 

 

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57 minutes ago, Saved said:

Tachycardia would fit with the symptoms reported to me months back by a highly intelligent man I know concerning his daughter. She's in her early 20's and both her parents are staunch Covidians.

 

I say 'intelligent' but only from an academic point of view. I have noticed throughout my life that academically adept people are susceptible to pride. This, in turn, makes them vulnerable to deception - not from people below them in the brain stakes but above them. Because they tend to be of the sort that is always right then those educated at a better university, perhaps with names prefaced with words such as Doctor or Professor shall more often be always right than even themselves.

 

Hence why Oxford was behind one of the jabs and hence why we had two professors often flanking Johnson. This appealed greatly to the 'intelligent' white collar middle classes.

 

How easy it is to dismiss me with my CSE in woodwork.

 

No less than the "Oxford" Astra Zeneca jab sales but pitch and so lucky we have free health service, think of all those fuckers from poor countries who don't have access to health care.

 

The "Basingstoke" or "Coventry" Astra Zeneca jab wouldn't work the same would it. I walked past the "Oxford" department of eugenics on the Banbury Road quite a few times on my covid lockdown walks in the past 2 years.

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18 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

Great post.

 

To put it in a single word, that word, to my mind, would be 'Accountability.'

 

These people must realise that they made choices and will be held accountable for them.

 

Yes, accountability fits very nicely. Part of the reason that so many are asleep is because they are 'drawn' towards the dominant group. As long as they are in the majority then they are at ease and no matter how ridiculous the narrative gets, the safety in numbers stops them questioning anything. So essentially as long as they stay within what they 'believe' is the majority, then they are safe, even more so if the majority also includes the Government, media and most of the people they know. When you then add in that there is no 'accountability' at all for most of their actions, be it following or actively enforcing orders, then they get to stay very much in that perceived place of 'safety' or comfort zone.

 

If those awake were to begin to call these people out, not serve them, challenge them when they are enforcing orders, and essentially 'remind' them that they live in the same communities as us, then just maybe that sense of safety would change (comfort zone), and only then is there any motivation to seek truth or make another choice. I know from past experience with fear that sometimes the only way to counter fear is to find something more fearful. Thankfully I no longer have much fear these days, but as we know, most of the asleep have a lot of at least unconscious fear (fear of not fitting in, fear of ridicule, fear of rejection, fear of not being a part of the community). They essentially stay asleep because they fear not being part of the majority. 

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17 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Local media ramping up the Covid scaremongering bollocks again.

 

The sequel's coming.

But who the f**k is getting tested now? Must be all those Council employees...wanting a week off.

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5 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

But who the f**k is getting tested now? Must be all those Council employees...wanting a week off.

Now that travel has opened up a lot, it could be those flying who need to be tested prior to flight? There would also likely be still a lot of jobs where you need to be tested, oh yeah and all the fucking idiots that just don't want COVID to go away so their lives still have some meaning and they get a chance to virtue signal still. There would be a mental health pandemic if COVID ever does end, as too many people won't be able to claim to be moralistically superior. 

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