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2 minutes ago, Nip said:

 

Indeed. Was there ever any doubt ? 

 

28 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Quelle surprise!

 

NHS study finds half with Covid symptoms didn't have virus

From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/nhs-study-finds-half-covid-24878814

 

You can probably extrapolate those figures out amongst the general population.

 

You "believed" you had Covid, when you didn't. That's what incessant propaganda does to people.

 

So, looks like we were right all along! 😁

Only half?

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4 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Presumably whether they 'had the virus' was determined by the outcome of one of those bogus test kits, so 50% is about the same as if you just flipped a coin.

 

The actual figure was probably 100%. 😆

I agree. So effectively they destroyed the country for a test that didn't work on a fake virus. Sounds like it all went according to plan.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

I agree. So effectively they destroyed the country for a test that didn't work on a fake virus. Sounds like it all went according to plan.

 

 

And people tricked themselves into 'believing' they had this 'deadly virus' based on the list of symptoms, which are much the same as many other minor ailments.

 

Everyone who is 'mildly unwell' with something now assumes they have 'the Covid'.

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Is bird flu the next pandemic? Experts say a human outbreak is 'on the horizon' after record numbers of deadly strain in animals

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11156293/Is-bird-flu-pandemic-Experts-say-human-outbreak-horizon.html

 

 

"So far the new virus has been detected in more than 22million birds and poultry globally since September 2021"

 

That's a hell of a lot of testing in 12 months lol

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28 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

And people tricked themselves into 'believing' they had this 'deadly virus' based on the list of symptoms, which are much the same as many other minor ailments.

 

Everyone who is 'mildly unwell' with something now assumes they have 'the Covid'.

And this is one of my biggest gripes with the whole scam. on here we are all fully aware what kinds of things governments  will do to their "own" citizens. That I can deal with if not like or accept. What pisses me off is how the majority's blind and wilful obedience has put my loved ones at risk.

 

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5 minutes ago, Nip said:

Is bird flu the next pandemic? Experts say a human outbreak is 'on the horizon' after record numbers of deadly strain in animals

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11156293/Is-bird-flu-pandemic-Experts-say-human-outbreak-horizon.html

 

 

"So far the new virus has been detected in more than 22million birds and poultry globally since September 2021"

 

That's a hell of a lot of testing in 12 months lol

How many birds are there in the world? (nationalgeographic.com) estimated 50 to 428 billion birds in the world

 

'Planet of the chickens': How the bird took over the world - BBC News Around 23 billion chickens on Earth at one time

 

I don't know if the National Geographic estimates include the chickens or not. Either way 22 million is like saying 10 people in China are not very well.

Completely insignificant numbers

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46 minutes ago, Nip said:

Is bird flu the next pandemic? Experts say a human outbreak is 'on the horizon' after record numbers of deadly strain in animals

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11156293/Is-bird-flu-pandemic-Experts-say-human-outbreak-horizon.html

 

 

"So far the new virus has been detected in more than 22million birds and poultry globally since September 2021"

 

That's a hell of a lot of testing in 12 months lol

 

There is a park down the road from me which has a very large Canada Goose population. I have seen 'warning signs' about 'avian flu' that have been put up months ago now, but I have to admit that I have never seen myself, or read comments from others on a local wildlife group I am a member of, anyone actually going around and 'testing' all these birds.

 

On the occasions I have been to the park myself, from my own observations our local geese, ducks and swans seem to be doing very well, and I have yet to see any evidence of a 'deadly strain' of bird flu affecting them.

 

Its the same level of bullshit that we saw with 'Covid' - "millions of cases detected" yet the number of deaths never added up.

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8 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

There is a park down the road from me which has a very large Canada Goose population. I have seen 'warning signs' about 'avain flu' that have been put up months ago now, but I have to admit that I have never seen myself, or read comments from others on a local wildlife group I am a member of, anyone actually going around and 'testing' all these birds.

 

On the occasions I have been to the park myself, from my own observations our local geese, ducks and swans seem to be doing very well, and I have yet to see any evidence of a 'deadly strain' of bird flu affecting them.

 

Its the same level of bullshit that we saw with 'Covid' - "millions of cases detected" yet the number of deaths never added up.

Same here. We visited a nature reserve last night also full of Canada Geese amongst others. Water level in the lake maybe slightly lower than usual but the birds were thriving as always.

My lady goes out with a lot with different conservation groups. (I go as well but not so much). Mainly Insects and birds. She has recorded more of everything this year. Plus a lot of newcomers. She is very thorough with her interest and I trust her more than any government agency.

 

I have quite a bit of land. I have deliberately over the years nurtured it for nature. This year has been teaming with birds. Probably because there are more insects everywhere. Full of dragonflies and Lepidoptera. Perfect for me as this is my passion. 

 

They recently found Praying mantises in Devon and Dorset

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1 hour ago, Nip said:

Is bird flu the next pandemic? Experts say a human outbreak is 'on the horizon' after record numbers of deadly strain in animals

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11156293/Is-bird-flu-pandemic-Experts-say-human-outbreak-horizon.html

 

 

"So far the new virus has been detected in more than 22million birds and poultry globally since September 2021"

 

That's a hell of a lot of testing in 12 months lol

hmm well this is a wind up to kill lots of chickens and other edible birds most likely.  They did this with cows a few years back. Its another attempt to destroy parts of the food chain. 

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3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Quelle surprise!

 

NHS study finds half with Covid symptoms didn't have virus

From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/nhs-study-finds-half-covid-24878814

 

You can probably extrapolate those figures out amongst the general population.

 

You "believed" you had Covid, when you didn't. That's what incessant propaganda does to people.

 

So, looks like we were right all along! 😁

I'm starting to think maybe, just maybe they made all this stuff up. Nah, that'd be nuts. Sorry I mentioned it.

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25 minutes ago, RobinJ said:

They did this with cows a few years back. Its another attempt to destroy parts of the food chain. 

 

Yes, I remember the whole BSE / 'mad cow disease' nonsense from a while back.

 

I seem to recall reading various articles though from a while back, that claimed this actually benefitted the 'British Beef' industry. Something along the lines that while exports of British beef were 'prohibited' - or other countries were reluctant to import our beef 'for fear of' spreading this 'disease' - the net result was that British beef was reserved for consumption in Britain, so was very affordable, as we didn't need to import beef from elsewhere, not that much anyway.

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31 minutes ago, RobinJ said:

hmm well this is a wind up to kill lots of chickens and other edible birds most likely.  They did this with cows a few years back. Its another attempt to destroy parts of the food chain. 

 

This and nobble people from keeping their own little flocks for eggs probably. I've been expecting it. We need to be desperate before we'd contemplate complying with their proposed worm & insect diet.

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1 hour ago, Nip said:

Is bird flu the next pandemic? Experts say a human outbreak is 'on the horizon' after record numbers of deadly strain in animals

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11156293/Is-bird-flu-pandemic-Experts-say-human-outbreak-horizon.html

 

 

"So far the new virus has been detected in more than 22million birds and poultry globally since September 2021"

 

That's a hell of a lot of testing in 12 months lol

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"Not this crap again. I am so not in the mood for this..."

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2 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Yes, I remember the whole BSE / 'mad cow disease' nonsense from a while back.

 

I seem to recall reading various articles though from a while back, that claimed this actually benefitted the 'British Beef' industry. Something along the lines that while exports of British beef were 'prohibited' - or other countries were reluctant to import our beef 'for fear of' spreading this 'disease' - the net result was that British beef was reserved for consumption in Britain, so was very affordable, as we didn't need to import beef from elsewhere, not that much anyway.

 

From memory, we were obliged to pay mighty financial penalties to the EU for eating our own produce instead of importing (not specifically in connection with the scenario you describe, but generally).

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Apologies if this has already been posted, but the UK Government have admitted women who are breastfeeding

or intending to start a family should not take the Pfizer vaccine.  My God, it's too late now, millions worldwide

already have.😢

 

16 August 2022

 

In the context of supply under Regulation 174, it is considered that sufficient reassurance of safe use of the vaccine in pregnant women cannot be provided at the present time: however, use in women of childbearing potential could be supported provided healthcare professionals are advised to rule out known or suspected pregnancy prior to vaccination. Women who are breastfeeding should also not be vaccinated. These judgements reflect the absence of data at the present time and do not reflect a specific finding of concern.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-approval-of-pfizer-biontech-vaccine-for-covid-19/summary-public-assessment-report-for-pfizerbiontech-covid-19-vaccine

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9 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

Apologies if this has already been posted, but the UK Government have admitted women who are breastfeeding

or intending to start a family should not take the Pfizer vaccine.  My God, it's too late now, millions worldwide

already have.😢

 

16 August 2022

 

In the context of supply under Regulation 174, it is considered that sufficient reassurance of safe use of the vaccine in pregnant women cannot be provided at the present time: however, use in women of childbearing potential could be supported provided healthcare professionals are advised to rule out known or suspected pregnancy prior to vaccination. Women who are breastfeeding should also not be vaccinated. These judgements reflect the absence of data at the present time and do not reflect a specific finding of concern.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-approval-of-pfizer-biontech-vaccine-for-covid-19/summary-public-assessment-report-for-pfizerbiontech-covid-19-vaccine

 

 

These people need to be prosecuted

 

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Jabbed?

British man, 43, dies while trying to swim to a platform in the middle of a Swiss lake

  • The man was swimming in the small lake of Schwendisee in St. Gallen Canton
  • First responders tried to resuscitate him and an air ambulance was on the scene
  • But they were unable to revive the man and he died on the platform 
  • Do you know this man? Email [email protected] 

By Jack Newman For Mailonline

Published: 10:00 BST, 29 August 2022 | Updated: 11:30 BST, 29 August 2022

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11156321/British-man-43-dies-trying-swim-platform-middle-Swiss-lake.html

 

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7 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

Jabbed?

British man, 43, dies while trying to swim to a platform in the middle of a Swiss lake

  • The man was swimming in the small lake of Schwendisee in St. Gallen Canton
  • First responders tried to resuscitate him and an air ambulance was on the scene
  • But they were unable to revive the man and he died on the platform 
  • Do you know this man? Email [email protected] 

By Jack Newman For Mailonline

Published: 10:00 BST, 29 August 2022 | Updated: 11:30 BST, 29 August 2022

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11156321/British-man-43-dies-trying-swim-platform-middle-Swiss-lake.html

 

 

Or ..... pollution ? Climate Change ? Cost of Living ? Inflation ? Sudden Adult Death Syndrome ?  lol

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