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1 hour ago, Puzzle said:

 

I've got nothing, may as well not be here voicing my opinion of what I'm experiencing that can't be substantiated unless you're experiencing it yourself. So that's me cancelled then.

 

Good times!

 

 

 

 

Can you give a few more details, even if it is just a theory, what is it you are observing?

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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

Did you see that guy in the news that was bitten by his small dog on his thumb and died of sepsis a few days later? Is that the already poisoned blood over reacting to infection? Never heard of a dog bite causing sepsis so quickly before. 

 

1 hour ago, Captainlove said:

Bite infections can contain a mix of anaerobes and aerobes from the patient's skin and the animal's oral cavity, including species of Pasteurella, Streptococcus, Fusobacterium, and Capnocytophaga. Domestic cat and dog bite wounds can produce substantial morbidity and often require specialised care techniques and specific antibiotic therapy. Bite wounds can be complicated by sepsis. Disseminated infections, particularly those caused by Capnocytophaga canimorsus and Pasteurella multocida, can lead to septic shock, meningitis, endocarditis, and other severe sequelae. An emerging syndrome in veterinary and human medicine is meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections shared between pets and human handlers, particularly community-acquired MRSA disease involving the USA300 clone. Skin, soft-tissue, and surgical infections are the most common. MRSA-associated infections in pets are typically acquired from their owners and can potentially cycle between pets and their human acquaintances.

 

Potentially interesting bit of trivia for you, the first person to be treated with Penicillin was because of a prick from a rose bush, sadly the bloke died because there was not enough of the stuff, as it had just been invented, and he was the first patient to try it.

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, sock muppet said:

 

 

Potentially interesting bit of trivia for you, the first person to be treated with Penicillin was because of a prick from a rose bush, sadly the bloke died because there was not enough of the stuff, as it had just been invented, and he was the first patient to try it.

 

 

 

 

Sounds like a sales pitch for anti-septic cream

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2 hours ago, Puzzle said:

 

I've got nothing, may as well not be here voicing my opinion of what I'm experiencing that can't be substantiated unless you're experiencing it yourself. So that's me cancelled then.

 

Good times!

 

why are you cancelling yourself?

 

why not just show us why you have made that claim? unless of course you have based your claim on nothing and are then playing the victim when asked what you are basing it on?

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1 hour ago, DaleP said:

This video was created 9 years ago.

Notice the mixing of genes and how it made animals agressive, timid. Most of modified creatures died and only those that have adapted survived. Sounds familiar?

They say that history repeat itself.

https://youtu.be/k-E03mLKbac?t=1871

 

 

Comes up "video unavailable" here.

 

Never mind !

 

Might try again later

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21 hours ago, Captainlove said:

Bite infections can contain a mix of anaerobes and aerobes from the patient's skin and the animal's oral cavity, including species of Pasteurella, Streptococcus, Fusobacterium, and Capnocytophaga. Domestic cat and dog bite wounds can produce substantial morbidity and often require specialised care techniques and specific antibiotic therapy. Bite wounds can be complicated by sepsis. Disseminated infections, particularly those caused by Capnocytophaga canimorsus and Pasteurella multocida, can lead to septic shock, meningitis, endocarditis, and other severe sequelae. An emerging syndrome in veterinary and human medicine is meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections shared between pets and human handlers, particularly community-acquired MRSA disease involving the USA300 clone. Skin, soft-tissue, and surgical infections are the most common. MRSA-associated infections in pets are typically acquired from their owners and can potentially cycle between pets and their human acquaintances.

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before covid athletes hit the headlines for different reasons

 

BTW can u get nanobots if bitten by jabbed?

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4 hours ago, Nip said:

 

Comes up "video unavailable" here.

 

Never mind !

 

Might try again later

 

Strange. oz was having this problem too.

Have you tried changing different country IP because I don't have this problem.

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On 4/24/2023 at 7:53 PM, SimonTV said:

Did you see that guy in the news that was bitten by his small dog on his thumb and died of sepsis a few days later? Is that the already poisoned blood over reacting to infection? Never heard of a dog bite causing sepsis so quickly before. 

 

That's nothing. Imagine getting bitten by one of these dogs. The australians: " Woof. Who let the dogs out "

 

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Or what about this vaxx king:

 

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This smackhead satanic cocksucker. Imagine him getting his fangs into you - Oh wait he already did

 

Quick edit: Aplogies to everyone trying to eat their breakfast

 

 

 

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Fuck off back to the jungle

 

Matt Hancock admits he should be in Prison after demanding Jail Time for Vaccine Misinfo & “Anti-Vaxxers” in Orwellian Online Safety Bill

BY THE EXPOSÉ ON APRIL 26, 2023  ( 3 COMMENTS )
 

In a world where power is increasingly consolidated among a select few individuals and colossal corporations, critical thinkers who question the establishment face growing threats. 

With one of those threats being the proposed Online Safety Bill, that has generated significant controversy, with critics arguing that it represents a dangerous infringement on freedom of speech and will have dystopian consequences.

But now, Matt Hancock, the former Health Secretary of the UK, who has a contentious record and had a notorious affair during lock down, has expressed his support for an outrageous amendment to the already controversial Bill. 

Hancock has demanded that prison sentences be imposed on “anti-vaxxers” and anyone who vocalises, writes or shares what the Government of the day deems to be “misinformation” surrounding vaccines. 

The bill is reminiscent of George Orwell’s dystopian vision in “1984,” where free thought is stifled, and conformity is enforced. The importance of hearing all sides of a story and questioning everything to make informed decisions cannot be overstated.

And while the Online Safety Bill and the consequences of it will mark a concerning shift toward criminalising dissent and eroding our fundamental right to freedom of speech, it will also allow the courts to do something many people in this country have been demanding for the past few years. 

Because what Matt Hancock, who orchestrated the cruel and criminal premature deaths of the elderly and vulnerable during the alleged pandemic, doesn’t realise, is that if his demand is made law, he himself could face prison time because he has been spreading propaganda, lies, misinformation and disinformation about the Covid-19 vaccines since December 2020.

 

https://expose-news.com/2023/04/26/hancock-jail-vaccine-misinfo-online-safety-bill/

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On 4/24/2023 at 5:10 PM, sock muppet said:

 

 

Potentially interesting bit of trivia for you, the first person to be treated with Penicillin was because of a prick from a rose bush, sadly the bloke died because there was not enough of the stuff, as it had just been invented, and he was the first patient to try it.

 

 

 

The one that sticks in my mind is the aristocrat that led the Tutankhamen expedition. He was stabbed by a mosquito then compounded it by shaving over the bite site. Died of sepsis not long after. 

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30 minutes ago, Nip said:

Oh dear !   Never mind !     He'll be back !

 

Andrew Bridgen: MP expelled by Tories after Covid vaccine comments

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-65402195

 

The government obviously don't understand the meaning of the phrase 'Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.'

 

Bridgen will come back to bite them on the arse.

 

 

 

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