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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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1 minute ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

Well I for one have never heard him claim to have any breathing difficulties prior. Didn't the German Dr, Andreas Noack who was tragically killed say that the vaxxes could lead to exactly what Nadal describes here;

"It's tough for me to breathe. When I try to breathe, it's painful and it's very uncomfortable," said Nadal.

"When I'm breathing, when I'm moving it's like a needle all the time inside here. I get dizzy a little bit because it's painful. It's a kind of pain that limits me a lot. It's not only about pain, I don't feel very well because it affects my breathing."

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

Dystopian nutters.

Have you read 'The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldridge' by Philip K. Dick? It's a perfect read for the covid world. Eugenics applied to permit the lifestyle of the wealthy, a drug (Can-D) that allows a trance-like state so that the individual's life appears normal (smart phones?), and the introduction of a substance (Chew-Z) that calls into question whether its users are even human. I know this is a bit off-topic but there are many parallels with what we are seeing today. There is no normal. Each person's 'normal' is what their phone tells them it is. Well worth a read.

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17 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Have you read 'The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldridge' by Philip K. Dick?

 

Nah, only 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?'.

 

17 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

It's a perfect read for the covid world. Eugenics applied to permit the lifestyle of the wealthy, a drug (Can-D) that allows a trance-like state so that the individual's life appears normal (smart phones?), and the introduction of a substance (Chew-Z) that calls into question whether its users are even human. I know this is a bit off-topic but there are many parallels with what we are seeing today. There is no normal. Each person's 'normal' is what their phone tells them it is. Well worth a read.

 

Definitely sounds like a good read, cheers!

 

We're heading in that direction, where everyone will have an algorithm tailored for them.

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5 hours ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

 

Something doesn't seem right. He labours the point about breathing and also says "it's

like a NEEDLE inside me all the time"

 

Nadal is a proponent of the vaccine and has played charity matches with Bill Gates in

South Africa.  I don't think he's suddenly awake, but I don't know what's going on.

 

 

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32 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I'm not worried, the guy is a sell-out. He got his title that earned him GOAT (based on slams, not ability), and he's paid the price. Unlike Djokovic. One less slam, but still likely to live.

But a hollow "victory" as Djokovic was banned. So not the GOAT to us. 

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6 hours ago, BornFreeNowAgain said:

Well I for one have never heard him claim to have any breathing difficulties prior. Didn't the German Dr, Andreas Noack who was tragically killed say that the vaxxes could lead to exactly what Nadal describes here;

"It's tough for me to breathe. When I try to breathe, it's painful and it's very uncomfortable," said Nadal.

"When I'm breathing, when I'm moving it's like a needle all the time inside here. I get dizzy a little bit because it's painful. It's a kind of pain that limits me a lot. It's not only about pain, I don't feel very well because it affects my breathing."

 

I knew this statement Nadal made about Djokovic would come back to bite him. “He went through another [route] – he made his own decisions and everybody is free to make their own decisions, but then there are some consequences."

 

Indeed there are! Potentially life-changing, career-ending consequences....

 

“Of course I don’t like the situation that is happening. In some way I feel sorry for him. But at the same time he knew the conditions for several months so he makes his own decisions.”

 

Time will tell, who made the right decision.

 

 

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I play football at an amateur level on a Saturday afternoon. We have been invited to arrive an hour earlier this week as members of the NHS will be at our pitch to show people how to do CPR and to actively take part. They said that this has been a major problem in football recently and would be happy for us to get involved..

 

Not sure anyone else here plays and had anything similar? 

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7 hours ago, BornFreeNowAgain said:

Didn't the German Dr, Andreas Noack who was tragically killed say that the vaxxes could lead to exactly what Nadal describes here

 

Thanks for the heads up about Andreas Noack

 

In his last video Dr. Noack stated:

 

There is a professor Dr. Pablo Campra from the University of Almeira who studied the vaccines for the presence of graphene oxide using Micro-Roman Spectroscopy. It is the study of frequencies. There are frequency bands, two of those bands are important…”

 

They show that it is not graphene oxide, but rather graphene hydroxide. If you inject the vaccine into a vein, the razors will circulate in the blood and cut up the epithel. The mean thing is that toxicological tests are done in Petri dishes. And there you will not find anything.

 

These are the sharpest imaginable structures because they are only one atom layer thick.

This is a huge molecule which is extremely sharp. I am a specilist in activated carbon. In my doctoral thesis, I have converted graphen oxide to graphene hydroxide. I joined the world’d leading activated carbon manufacturer. After a year I was in charge of new activated carbon products. We bought a small company in Durham, near Newcastle, England. I was in charge of “new carbon products”, Europe-wide. I was in application scouting.

 

If you perform an autopsy on the victims, you will not find anything. Toxicologists do their tests in Petri dishes. They can’t imagine that there are structures that can cut up blood vessels. There are pictures of coagulated blood coming out of the nose. People bleed to death on the inside. Especially the top athletes who are dropping dead have fast flowing blood. The faster the blood flows, the more damage the razors will do.

 

As a chemist, if you inject this into the blood, you know you are a murderer. It’s a new material, toxocologists are not aware of it yet. Suddenly it makes sense that victims look like this. And that top athletes with high blood circulation, completely healthy, suddenly drop dead. You see people collapse immediately after vaccination and have a seizure. These people had bad luck in the Russian roulette. Very likely, a vein was hit by the syringe.

The question you have to ask politicians and the question doctors should ask Pfizer, is:

 

Why are these razor blades in the vaccine?”

 

https://emc2.substack.com/p/the-curious-case-of-dr-andreas-noack?s=r

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