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5 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

Good article from Gary Sidley's blog asking the all the right questions... If we had a proper free press that wasn't beholden to governments and corporations then surely these would be the questions that they would be asking.

 

https://www.coronababble.com/post/who-is-responsible-for-inflicting-unethical-behavioural-science-nudges-on-the-british-people

 

Public flaying would be too good for these communist gas-lighting cunts.

 

The fact that they parade their moral turpitude as a defence for their actions condemns them to the lowest ranking of life if they can be included in such taxonomy!

Those effected and dead are the true arbiters of justice and have inherited that role by default esp as the legal system is also culpable of deception, fearmongering and injustice.  It would be ironic that the dead may play a greater role in this if common sense prevails!

Good article, thanks.

 

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I was scheduled for a colonoscopy and went for a pre-op meeting last week. Masks were back on the agenda. I asked why and was told that Medicare - by far the biggest payer of medical costs in the USA - had sent around a memo demanding that all patients wear masks. I asked the receptionist how Medicare proposed to enforce the edict. Would they send spies around to every doctor's office to check up? If not, why were they obeying such a useless mandate. That was too much for the receptionist who brought out the office manager. I asked her the same question. 5 minutes later, I was shown the door. In the waiting room, people glared at me and I could see a few of them getting annoyed but they still sat there with their masks on.

 

Being an awkward cuss, I called Medicare Services and spoke to a manager. She had no idea what I was talking about and told me no memo had been sent out mandating masks. I was told it was the decision of the practice, not Medicare. I have no idea why this particular doctor's office decided to reintroduce masks but why lie about it, especially when they were so easily caught out?

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8 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

if a "virus" was passed from human to human there is no need to spray every surface of the whole country with disinfectant.

on the other hand

if a "virus" or "bacteria" was seeded in clouds to rain down on everyone and everything, then spraying everything with disinfectant would be a logical solution.

just the same as when the chinese were disinfecting whole streets with lorries.

 

nov 2019 they seeded the clouds with a bacteria/parasite that targets the lungs that rained on every surface waiting to be touched.

nov 2019 my kids whole school had fevers in the space of a week. teachers temp checking every pupil in every class and sending all high temps home.


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"I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
4492 Order SND/351/2020, of April 16, authorizing the NBC Units of the Armed
Forces and the Military Emergency Unit to use biocides authorized by the
Ministry of Health in disinfection tasks to deal with the health crisis caused by
COVID-19.

Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, declaring a state of alarm for the management
of the health crisis situation caused by COVID-19, contemplates a series of measures
aimed at protecting well-being, health and safety of citizens and the containment of the
progression of the disease and strengthen the public health system.
Article 4.2.d) of the aforementioned Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, determines
that, for the exercise of the functions provided for therein and under the superior
direction of the President of the Government, the Minister of Health will have the status
of delegated competent authority, both in its own area of responsibility and in other
areas that do not fall within the specific sphere of competence of the other heads of the
departments designated as delegated competent authorities for the purposes of the
aforementioned Royal Decree.

Specifically, in accordance with the provisions of article 4.3 of Royal Decree 463/2020,
of March 14, the Minister of Health is empowered to issue the orders, resolutions,
provisions and interpretive instructions that, within its scope of action as delegated
authority, are necessary to guarantee the provision of all services, ordinary or
extraordinary, in order to protect people, goods and places, through the adoption of any
of the measures provided for in article eleven of Organic Law 4/1981 , of June 1, of the
states of alarm, exception and siege.

For the effective fulfillment of these measures, the delegated competent authorities
may require the action of the Armed Forces, in accordance with the provisions of article
15.3 of Organic Law 5/2005, of November 17, on National Defense.
In the field of containing the expansion of the coronavirus, special attention is
required for disinfection actions in facilities such as residential social centers, hospitals
and other health centers, penitentiary establishments, traffic management centers and
transport hubs, tasks that Armed Forces are performing as one of their priority tasks.
The Ministry of Health has been publishing and updating the list of biocides to be
used against the new coronavirus, authorized and registered in Spain in accordance with
the UNE-EN 14476 standard, which evaluates the virucidal capacity of chemical
antiseptics and disinfectants. In particular, due to their special effectiveness, some
biocides established in main group 1 of article 1.1 of Royal Decree 830/2010, of June 25,
which establishes the regulations governing training to carry out treatments with
biocides, are specified.

Among the most effective disinfection techniques is the use of aerial means because
through them, with nebulization, thermonebulization and micronebulization techniques,
all surfaces are reached quickly, avoiding depending on manual application, which is
slower, and sometimes it does not reach all surfaces because there are obstacles that
prevent reaching them."

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7 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

Good article from Gary Sidley's blog asking the all the right questions... If we had a proper free press that wasn't beholden to governments and corporations then surely these would be the questions that they would be asking.

 

https://www.coronababble.com/post/who-is-responsible-for-inflicting-unethical-behavioural-science-nudges-on-the-british-people

 

Thank you, HAARPING_On

I hope it's ok to re-share a post I made in the masks thread.

 

On 5/28/2022 at 3:02 PM, Observations said:

 

I'm so grateful to HART, for all that they do ...

 

https://www.hartgroup.org/universal-masking/

 

Universal masking – is it still lurking around the corner?
May 13, 2022 - Constant visual reminders of disease must go

 

"HART member Gary Sidley has written numerous articles on the imposition of masking for the general public, despite poor evidence that masks work and plenty of evidence of harm.  In an excellent recent article in the Critic,  he has criticised the ongoing use of masks in health care, the one setting where evidence-based practice should surely prevail and a setting where many users would fall in the categories listed for exemptions."

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:


Among the most effective disinfection techniques is the use of aerial means because
through them, with nebulization, thermonebulization and micronebulization techniques,
all surfaces are reached quickly, avoiding depending on manual application, which is
slower, and sometimes it does not reach all surfaces because there are obstacles that
prevent reaching them."

that proves my point. 

person to person transmission does not require disinfecting all surfaces

 

but if a bacteria rains down on everything, thats another matter

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Just gives rise to the ease in which we could use Chlorine Dioxide as a pesticide without harming anything at all, and only benefiting biology. Non mutagenic, non carcinogenic, anti viral, anti fungal, antibacterial and doesn't harm you in effective doses far far far lower than LD50 (lethal dose)

Instead of focusing on the word Chlorine, think of it as stabilised oxygen with a chlorine atom attached

I still come from the school of thought that Covid isn't a thing, its the flu and has always been the flu. If more are dying its the juice and medical malpractice. IMO.

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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

that proves my point. 

person to person transmission does not require disinfecting all surfaces

 

but if a bacteria rains down on everything, thats another matter

Viral transmission between people has never been proven.

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3 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

I was scheduled for a colonoscopy and went for a pre-op meeting last week. Masks were back on the agenda. I asked why and was told that Medicare - by far the biggest payer of medical costs in the USA - had sent around a memo demanding that all patients wear masks. I asked the receptionist how Medicare proposed to enforce the edict. Would they send spies around to every doctor's office to check up? If not, why were they obeying such a useless mandate. That was too much for the receptionist who brought out the office manager. I asked her the same question. 5 minutes later, I was shown the door. In the waiting room, people glared at me and I could see a few of them getting annoyed but they still sat there with their masks on.

 

Being an awkward cuss, I called Medicare Services and spoke to a manager. She had no idea what I was talking about and told me no memo had been sent out mandating masks. I was told it was the decision of the practice, not Medicare. I have no idea why this particular doctor's office decided to reintroduce masks but why lie about it, especially when they were so easily caught out?

Masks have never been off the agenda in hospitals round where I am (north west England) -  the only time I've worn one is when I've had to to get seen in hospital. The Dr's surgeries still have  signs up saying they are required, and most folk seem happy to oblige, but I always ignore that and nobody's challenged me yet.

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On 6/5/2022 at 5:35 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

And then they're lucky to reach 16 after all that crap pumped into them.

Quite different from when I was a kid. Most stuff was when you were a baby (whooping cough, diphtheria, scarlet fever. Can't remember age for smallpox. Polio was when you were about 4, then nothing until over 12 when there was polio booster (didn't have that as it was on sugar, which is bad for you), BCG and tetanus. Those a bit younger than me would have had rubella vaccine at that age, but I was too old. Some kids had flu vaccine too, but they always tested for allergies to it and I was always allergic.

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20 hours ago, webtrekker said:

NHS funding private healthcare for staff while patients face record waiting lists

Hospitals and ambulance trusts are paying for employees to undergo private care ranging from MRI scans to physiotherapy

By Edward Malnick, Sunday Political Editor 4 June 2022 • 8:00pm
 

NHS trusts are using taxpayers’ money to fund private medical tests and treatment for staff while patients languish on record waiting lists, The Telegraph can disclose.

 

Hospitals and ambulance trusts are paying for employees to undergo private care ranging from MRI scans to physiotherapy and psychiatric care in London’s Harley Street.

 

In one case, a firm providing private physiotherapy to hospital staff in Hertfordshire said it had won the business because the trust wanted employees to get treatment “much more quickly” than the 14-week wait facing NHS patients. 

 

Employees referred to the private company for treatment “receive an appointment within an average of 2.6 days”, the firm said. In another case, a hospital spent thousands of pounds on private health insurance for staff.

 

The funding means NHS staff will be seen more quickly than many members of the public waiting for equivalent tests or treatment from the health service. It was revealed in data obtained by Baker Kell Cumming, a political intelligence firm, from some 50 trusts.

 

The data also showed overall spending of more than £37 million on private occupational health services tasked with looking after employees’ physical and mental health.

 

Last year, Boris Johnson announced an additional £36 billion in funding for the health service, funded by a National Insurance increase, to help tackle the Covid backlog.

 

 

According to official figures, almost one in four patients were waiting six weeks or more for an MRI scan, while thousands faced delays of more than three months.

 

West Midlands Ambulance Service spent £1.4 million on a combination of private occupational health services and medical treatment for staff over the last four years.

 

Private care funded by the trust included physiotherapy, mental health care such as counselling, and diagnostic tests including MRI scans, for which employees pay and are then reimbursed on a case-by-case basis.

 

East Midlands Ambulance Service has funded similar treatment and tests for its staff, spending £81,000 on private healthcare in the last four years.

 

The trust linked the spending to the Covid pandemic, saying that if it had failed to fund private care for staff, “the level of care received by our patients may have been negatively impacted, and the additional pressure on the staff at work would have caused further detrimental impact on their well-being”.

 

A mental health trust paid more than £2 million for private occupational health services over four years, saying services provided as part of the contract included physiotherapy, flu vaccines and work station assessments.

 

Another trust, Essex Partnership University, which provides mental health and community services, including physiotherapy, spent £169,080 on private counselling and physiotherapy for staff over the last four years.

 

Meanwhile, University Hospitals Plymouth spent £4,463 on private health insurance in the last year. The trust said the insurance was for administrative staff. 

 

Asked on Wednesday afternoon which employees were given private health insurance, a spokesman said that the trust was unable to respond to questions over the bank holiday weekend.

 

East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust revealed that it had paid £125,000 to Physio Med, an occupational physiotherapy firm, since 2018, including £43,000 last year. 

 

A case study on Physio Med’s website, describing its work for the trust, states: "With access to NHS physiotherapy via GP referral taking up to 14 weeks (National Survey, 2015), employees suffering from musculoskeletal disorders were often absent from work for extended periods or less productive at work while waiting to access treatment.

 

“As a result, the trust decided it needed to find a way to support its employees in equitably accessing quality physiotherapy treatment regardless of where they lived and much more quickly.”

 

Greig Baker, who chairs Baker Kell Cumming, said: “When the NHS pays for its own staff to get fast-tracked private care, the model is broken. The Government has introduced the new health and social care tax and the NHS is receiving more money than ever – but money isn’t the problem, the system is.”

 

A spokesman for the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust said its staff were “working flat out” to tackle the backlog and "physiotherapy treatment means they can return to work more quickly ... avoiding additional spend on costly agency and shift workers.”

 

 

 

 

I question the way this story is presented because I had an MRI at a private hospital at The Shard as a run of the mill NHS patient! The way it comes across is that facts have been taken out of context. A newspaper would never do that, though, would they?! NHS staff are patients after all...

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On 6/2/2022 at 6:00 PM, RobinJ said:

 

now THAT is the truth. We cannot force people to wake up, many are not real humans anyway. Those who are meant to be awake will wake up, those who aren't, won't. Some won't wake up until the very end and will do it kicking and screaming, some will have a longer more gentle wake up where they also get to help others along the way, and not just about waking up, but about their path and their purpose on this journey.

 

And they will kindly wipe normies' traumatic life memory anyway. Rinse 'n' Repeat.

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On 6/5/2022 at 12:30 AM, BornFreeNowAgain said:

Yes indeed. We all have a choice here, but a lot of people (the vast majority) CHOOSE to stay in their comfort zone. They are 'conditioned' to need approval, acceptance and respect from their peers and community which keeps them locked in to the 'artificial' matrix. I have been very fortunate though that having a history of very small social circles and also moving around a lot in my adult life, I have had less 'spheres of influence' pushing on me to reel me back into conformity. Sadly lots don't have this afforded to them. It is still a choice however. 

 

I lost respect for Max Igan with all the BS stuff when he left Australia. However, some of his thinking recently about 911 and waking souls, and also the idea that AI may be running the show certainly resonate with me. 

 

True, you gotta be a renegade, maverick. 😊

Trouble is when everybody heads in one direction and you decide 'nah' and turn around the other way, the sheep takes notice and they want to tag along for no reason....  Suddenly you are made to feel like you are Jesus.....it ruins if you wanted to go alone quietly.

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On 6/5/2022 at 5:57 PM, Mr H said:

So funny. I gave up using apps as it proved to be  a pointless task, but your post made me lol, because the majority of profiles have some sort of virtue signalling and commentary about vaccine status - as well as having about a 100 different demands on what they want me to provide as an experience for them😅 Kinda made the selection process easier 99.999999999% swipe right! David Icke singles and dating sub-section forum required!!!😅

 

Who needs an app?

Just post your FX trading account screenshot and you don't have to type anything much. 😉

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