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4 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

The new normal people dropping dead all the time like for no reason. 

Bliar keeps going however - would have expected someone like him with previous heart problems to end up as a victim of the vax. If he had ever had it, that is🤣

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17 minutes ago, pete675 said:

Bliar keeps going however - would have expected someone like him with previous heart problems to end up as a victim of the vax. If he had ever had it, that is🤣

 

I'm gonna suggest that booze, fags, drugs, and women are best to counteract the effects of the jab. I mean, it works for Keith Richards. If even he had it, that is.

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JABBED?

BBC presenter has a 'heart issue' live on air a day after being told he's being made redundant following 'hunger games' style round of interviews as part of broadcaster's cuts to local radio

  • David Fitzgerald experienced a 'heart issue' yesterday live on BBC Radio Devon
  • His wife, Queenie, suggested the news might have triggered his heart problem

By Ffion Haf

Published: 17:42 BST, 14 April 2023 | Updated: 21:08 BST, 14 April 2023

A BBC broadcast presenter who suffered a heart problem live on air was told he had lost his job the day before as a part of the broadcaster's cuts to local radio.

BBC Radio Devon presenter David Fitzgerald experienced a 'heart issue' while presenting his morning programme - a day after he was made redundant in a 'hunger games' style round of interviews.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11973923/BBC-broadcast-interrupted-presenter-suffers-heart-attack-live-air.html

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2 hours ago, Nip said:

 

Being a presenter appears to be a hazardous profession nowadays

 

we only hear in the papers of the famous people who are dropping dead and there seems to be a lot of them so how many people out in the general population are also dropping dead at all ages?

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18 hours ago, jack121 said:

Breaking. The fear porn continues unabated with the latest headline: Scientists fear UK could see massive outbreaks of dengue fever

A woman who is not be named, has entered the UK and brought dengue fever along with her. Dr Donnelly from the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in London, said: "This individual was part of an outbreak of over 30 transmitted cases 2022, which highlights the rapidly changing epidemiology of dengue."

The disease is more commonly seen in people who have visited Asia, South America and Africa, where the virus is spread by Aedes mosquitoes.

But one species, Aedes albopictus or the Asian Tiger mosquito, is now widespread in Europe and the UK.

 

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It has also been detected by authorities at UK ports several times in recent years.

Between June and September 2022, the Agence Regionale de Santé in France reported three separate outbreaks of the disease.

"With climate change, particularly hotter temperatures and more rainfall, and increasing global trade and tourism, we may see more parts of Europe with the right combination of factors for dengue outbreak," warned Dr Donnelly.

The World Health Organisation warned last week that at least half the global population is now at risk of dengue, with an estimated 100 million to 400 million infections each year, and recommened a new vaccine roll out program to combat this menace.

 

 

Wasn't it Dengue fever that first got trialed with ye mRNA shizzle in humans?

 

Antibody dependent enhancement [ADE] killed everyone off?

 

Google has probably wiped that. Yandex or dogpile might produce some answers... 

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2 hours ago, wingwang said:

 

Wasn't it Dengue fever that first got trialed with ye mRNA shizzle in humans?

 

Antibody dependent enhancement [ADE] killed everyone off?

 

Google has probably wiped that. Yandex or dogpile might produce some answers... 

 

I think Fauci had his tentacles all over that too.

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, webtrekker said:

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Look at the eager bar steward on the right, cutting the queue, super excited and eagerly rushing forward for his satan juice - " I'm so clever I'm so smart i'm going to get my satan juice first and I'm going to live forever "

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11 hours ago, Macnamara said:

JABBED?

BBC presenter has a 'heart issue' live on air a day after being told he's being made redundant following 'hunger games' style round of interviews as part of broadcaster's cuts to local radio

  • David Fitzgerald experienced a 'heart issue' yesterday live on BBC Radio Devon
  • His wife, Queenie, suggested the news might have triggered his heart problem

By Ffion Haf

Published: 17:42 BST, 14 April 2023 | Updated: 21:08 BST, 14 April 2023

A BBC broadcast presenter who suffered a heart problem live on air was told he had lost his job the day before as a part of the broadcaster's cuts to local radio.

BBC Radio Devon presenter David Fitzgerald experienced a 'heart issue' while presenting his morning programme - a day after he was made redundant in a 'hunger games' style round of interviews.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11973923/BBC-broadcast-interrupted-presenter-suffers-heart-attack-live-air.html

 

Never mind !. Could have been worse !

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9 hours ago, webtrekker said:

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'By seeking to flee death, they only found it all the sooner, and in many different guises.

-JRR Tolkien 

 

Probably used that quote before a while back, but it fits the above photo perfectly. 

 

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13 hours ago, Macnamara said:

JABBED?

BBC presenter has a 'heart issue' live on air a day after being told he's being made redundant following 'hunger games' style round of interviews as part of broadcaster's cuts to local radio

  • David Fitzgerald experienced a 'heart issue' yesterday live on BBC Radio Devon
  • His wife, Queenie, suggested the news might have triggered his heart problem

By Ffion Haf

Published: 17:42 BST, 14 April 2023 | Updated: 21:08 BST, 14 April 2023

A BBC broadcast presenter who suffered a heart problem live on air was told he had lost his job the day before as a part of the broadcaster's cuts to local radio.

BBC Radio Devon presenter David Fitzgerald experienced a 'heart issue' while presenting his morning programme - a day after he was made redundant in a 'hunger games' style round of interviews.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11973923/BBC-broadcast-interrupted-presenter-suffers-heart-attack-live-air.html

The BBC are a bunch of bastards, but PC with it. Possibly your BBC job would be safe if you were a transexual from Transylvania. 

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2 hours ago, pete675 said:

'By seeking to flee death, they only found it all the sooner, and in many different guises.

-JRR Tolkien 

 

Probably used that quote before a while back, but it fits the above photo perfectly. 

 

Is that a real quote? I can't find a source for it

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