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43 minutes ago, wingwang said:

 

I was on Ranitidine for years as well! The weird thing was after getting viral myocarditis and end up with congestive heart failure my indigestion problems stopped! Bit of an extreme way to cure dyspepsia, but there you go! 

 

Some of the other meds I took were a bit naughty as well...

 

Amiodarone: very toxic. Contains 100 times the RDA of iodine and knackered my thyroid for a while. Can also make the skin turn blue if out in the sun...

 

Figure 1 from Photodistribution of blue-gray hyperpigmentation after  amiodarone treatment: molecular characterization of amiodarone in the skin.  | Semantic Scholar

 

Digoxin: I had to stop taking it because it cause my heart to keep stopping for four/five seconds at a time. I've got an implant which records my heart activity. I kept blacking out and lost my driving licence.

 

All the people who have myocarditis as a result of the vaccine have all this to look forward to! 

 

You don't look very good wings. 😬

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2 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

Pathetic! We've go to go to the weather! wtf lol

 

And here am I thinking the weather IS the problem ! I obviously need to reassess.

 

Oh well, never mind !

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11 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

We've go to go to the weather! 

 

Yep, that olde chestnut. Always in reserve and ...... re the sheeple, always works.  Mind you, they left it rather late this time

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7 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

International law is just statutes, true law of the land is undeniable, you’re an inalienable true human. What you say goes. 
Under the law of the land, you can write out your own car insurance, charge companies for your time spent dealing with them etc.

 

As long as your actions do not cause harm, injury or loss to another human, you’re good to go. 
 

It’s a quagmire though, lots of twists and turns, hard to implement if you get one little thing wrong, the authorities turn it around and smack you down, they know every trick in the book. 
 

Worth investigating 

Yeah all the common law type stuff seems good in theory, but I think in reality the courts don't care about it

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12 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Yeah all the common law type stuff seems good in theory, but I think in reality the courts don't care about it

 

Agree. The whole justice system has been bought and so comprised. Decisions will go according to the whims of the new 'owners' of the system; even if it means trashing current legal traditons and conventions.

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7 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Yeah all the common law type stuff seems good in theory, but I think in reality the courts don't care about it

 

don't confuse the common law with all that admiralty law stuff. The british courts are BOUND by 'precedent' which is one of the aspects of COMMON LAW. Its literally the foundation of british law. They cannot ignore it

 

With the common law there is JUS COMMONE which is that law that we all know to be universally acknowledged which is to say what we all know with our conscience to be wrong for example that you shouldn't kill someone or do them harm or harm their property or rob them.

 

Then there is HONOURING PRECEDENT which is to say the CUSTOM that is built up in court cases from what is decided in each case. That then creates a precedent that subsequent judges are supposed to follow

 

However a KEY piece of that process is the idea of ANNULMENT BY JURY which is where a person is entitled to be tried by a jury of their peers and if the jury decides against the statute law in that case then the statute law is then annulled. This means that common law custom is created by THE PEOPLE.

 

Judges and lawyers are members of the law society however and they don't want the people to make the law so they are pushing for more and more areas of law to be decided by judges alone, in closed courts, with no jury made up of the public

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

I still can't believe poisoning everyone was seen as the best option 

 

if you believe that everyone else doesn't have a soul and is not really a valid human being then genocide looks like a very good option to you

 

Both these jewish doctors started out in abortions then moved onto 'assisted dying':

'It's the most rewarding work we've ever done': Canadian doctor who's euthanized 400 people proudly shares how she helped kill man deemed incapable of choosing assisted suicide - as another physician says she's helped 300 die

  • Dying With Dignity Canada associates Ellen Wiebe and Stefanie Green have reportedly euthanized more than 700 people between them 
  • Wiebe touted that she once helped a patient die after he was initially rejected because he lacked the ability to make his own health care decisions  
  • Green, an obstetrician, describes her work as making 'deliveries' while insisting that people aren't getting Medical Assistance In Dying due to poverty
  • One woman said the mental anguish from loneliness and poverty outweighed her physical pain from chronic leukemia in her decision to want to die 
  • While another man is just one signature away from being approved despite listing a fear of homelessness as his key reason for wanting to die  

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Published: 06:20 GMT, 8 January 2023 | Updated: 13:17 GMT, 8 January 2023

Dying With Dignity Canada associates Ellen Wiebe (left) and Stefanie Green (right) reportedly euthanized more than 700 people between them

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11611095/Canadian-doctor-whos-euthanized-400-says-helped-kill-man-deemed-incapable-choosing-suicide.html

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 For future reference I suppose?

There is also question of compulsory vaccination if a doctor deems a person of unsound mind ?

Capacity issue ,slippery slope!

Which is unclear especially as WHO wants to command nation States in pandemics too

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On 1/7/2023 at 1:54 AM, webtrekker said:

“The body temperatures were unusually high, such as 33 or 34 degrees celsius (91-93ºF).”

This is total BULLSHIT. Get a fucking education. Normal human temperature is 98.4 degrees Fahrenheit or 37 degrees Celcius.

 

If your body temperature was 93°F, You'd be DEAD and rigor mortis would be present.

 

It's this kind of shit that casts doubt on people who have a brain. 

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2 hours ago, Edmund Blackadder said:

Close shave.

Ranitidine is another recent withdrawn from use drug they said was S&E.

The speed of science approves a drug for use in months, realises it's deadly poison decades later.  As everything else, it's all arse about tit.

No, it's about making as much money as you can before the gullible twats catch on. EVERY medicine from doctors is POISON.

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