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9 minutes ago, DarianF said:

The amount of currency that has been created is staggering. Nothing like this in all human history. If the past is anything to go by, a global hyperinflation is coming. One so massive, it makes all others look like farts in the wind.


That's why the globalists at the IMF and world economic forum are preparing for their 'great reset' which they are seeing as the next bretton woods


They intend to impose a central bank digital currency on the world which will of course be centrally controlled BY THEM



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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:


That's why the globalists at the IMF and world economic forum are preparing for their 'great reset' which they are seeing as the next bretton woods


They intend to impose a central bank digital currency on the world which will of course be centrally controlled BY THEM




Say goodbye to cash.

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34 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

He's a political hack and nothing more. The Anglican church is a hollow shell of its former self and exists only to push whatever social agenda the government tells it to.


welby is a banker and the anglican church is full of freemasons


Welby's Masonic Service at Canterbury Cathedral at Odds with the Christian Faith

By David W. Virtue, DD
January 10, 2017

The Archbishop of Canterbury is following the example of President Donald Trump's thumbing his nose at the US judicial system.

In blatant defiance of a recent ruling against Freemasonry by an ecclesiastical judge of the Church of England, Justin Welby is opening his archiepiscopal cathedral at Canterbury to a full-scale Masonic service on February 18, 2017.

Canterbury Cathedral agreed to hold the service of thanksgiving to celebrate 300 years of Freemasonry after receiving a donation of £300,000 ($374,520) from the Masons for the restoration of the North-West Transept in the Cathedral.

This is in complete violation of the spirit of the ruling by Chancellor Geoffrey Tattersall (Queen's Counsel) who as the judge in the Consistory Court of the Diocese of Carlisle banned a family from having the Freemasons square and compass emblem engraved on the gravestone of a Freemason who died after devoting much of his life to the organization.

The set square and compass is a Masonic symbol and can be found on a number of large wooden tables at Liverpool Cathedral where Justin Welby was Dean before becoming Bishop of Durham and Archbishop of Canterbury.

While Welby was Dean of Liverpool he accepted a gift of £69,000 ($86,139) by the West Lancashire Freemasons' Charity, which was used to install a new elevator in the Lady Chapel in Liverpool Cathedral despite the uneasiness many felt about Welby's and the Cathedral's close association with Freemasonry.

The service at Canterbury Cathedral is expected to last about three hours and it is not clear whether Archbishop Welby has given his permission for the Masons to participate in full regalia.


Freemasonry and the doctrine of the Church of England

-June 25, 2015

Justin Welby is not now, nor has he ever been a Freemason, a spokesman for Lambeth Palace told Anglican Ink this week. However, the archbishop’s staff declined to comment on the archbishop’s views on the compatibility of freemasonry and Christianity.


While his predecessor, Lord Williams, was an outspoken opponent of freemasonry, blocking masons from senior positions in the church, his successor has so far been silent. The Church of England’s official stance on masonry was set by the June 1987 meeting of General Synod in York, which held Christianity and freemasonry were not compatible.


By a vote of 384 to 52 with five abstentions, the General Synod approved the report, “Freemasonry and Christianity: Are They Compatible”. The 56-page report prepared by a seven member committee led by sociologist Margaret Hewett, which also included two masons, was released after 16 months of study. Whilst the Masonic members believed freemasonry and Christianity were compatible, the non-Masons found a “number of very fundamental reasons to question the com­patibility of Freemasons with Christianity.”


The report stated that it was “clear that some Christians have found the im­pact of Masonic rituals disturb­ing and a few perceive them as positively evil.” They concluded Masonic rituals were “blasphemous” be­cause God’s name “must not be taken in vain, nor can it be replaced by an amalgam of the names of pagan deities.”

It noted that Christians had withdrawn from Masonic lodges “precisely be­cause they perceive their membership of it as being in conflict with their Christian witness and belief.” However, the report did not take the position of the Methodist Church in England that Christians should resign.

In its debate, the synod noted freemasonry advocated a doctrine of works righteousness that conflicted with the Christian doctrine of Grace. A second point of theological concern was blasphemy surrounding the Mason’s use of the word “Jahbulon” for God — an amalgamation of Hebrew, Egyptian and Semitic titles for God.




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14 minutes ago, Martin1234 said:

How long before they realise it's making females infertile? 


And how long before people start dropping off?


What's people thoughts?


It seems Snopes doesn't want to talk about it. Surprise surprise.


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35 minutes ago, Martin1234 said:

How long before they realise it's making females infertile? 


And how long before people start dropping off?


What's people thoughts?


the point about using vaccines for population control is that they allow plausible deniability


lets say you get injected with a vaccine that has toxic metals in it which accumulate in the body. You then have more vaccines and the toxic levels increase in your body causing health problems that manifest over time


How are you going to prove causation?


Lets say you are exposed to gender bending pthalates or maybe you were bottle fed milk as a baby from a bottle made of plastic containing bisphenol A. You then develop low sperm counts as an adult and become less sure of your gender. How are you going to prove causation?

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Latest updates from the Mrs, removed the names and email addresses for their own good. 

Dear all,
We have been asked as a Care Group to develop a vaccination rota of volunteer staff to administer the vaccine. The rota is expected to be a mixture of clinical and non-clinical workforce, and training will be provided for all staff who volunteer. The rota has to be cost neutral for the department, so we will be expected to deliver within our establishment. Any staff who would like to volunteer should have clearance from their line manager that they are supportive and can be released for this.
There will be designated vaccination hubs across both Denmark Hill and PRUH sites – we are still waiting for confirmation of these hub bases, it is assumed Unit 2 will be the hub for Denmark Hill.
The request is for the Radiology Care Group to cover 48hrs per week over an 8 week period. We are suggesting a minimum of a 4-hour shift in the first instance, so rostering is more manageable across the department. We have also assumed our week 1 will start on Monday the 14th of December.
**** and ***** will coordinate the rota centrally for the Radiology Care Group, so please can you email them both with the hours you can cover over the next 8 weeks.
****@nhs.net  or ****@nhs.net
**** is away this week, but has requested we develop this rota to be developed in her absence.
We will update you with more information as and when we get it.
Head of ****
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust




Make of all this what you will. 🙃

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18 minutes ago, jesuitsdidit said:

So they should not be saying 'We have a Vaccine that is 95% effective' . They should be saying 'We have an EXPERIMENTAL Vaccine that MAY be effective'.



No they are saying ''we are rolling out an injection that we should not expect to have any effect on lockdowns or mask wearing and we shouldn't expect it to lower infection rates during flu season either''

Sir Patrick Vallance warns Brits could still be wearing face masks NEXT winter because it will 'take quite a long time' to vaccinate everyone and jabs might not stop the virus spreading

  • The chief scientific adviser said people must still follow social distancing rules
  • No proof that vaccination will stop people transmitting the coronavirus
  • Studies have only proven so far that jabs can prevent Covid-19 disease 
  • Britain today became the first country in the world to vaccinate citizens 

By Sam Blanchard Senior Health Reporter For Mailonline

Published: 12:33, 8 December 2020 | Updated: 13:49, 8 December 2020

Britons might still have to wear face masks next winter, Sir Patrick Vallance said today.

The chief scientific adviser said the precaution – new to the UK but standard practice in some Asian countries – could be a long-term fix if coronavirus keeps circulating.

Britain today became the first country in the world to start vaccinating citizens against Covid-19, but scientists still don't know whether the jab can stop people spreading the virus.



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5 hours ago, Velma said:

Who's next?


William Wordsworth of Cockermouth?


I wandered lonely as a virus
That floats on high o’er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,

A host of golden opportunities


out out brief candle

life is but a walking shadow

a poor player that struts and frets its hour upon the stage and then is vaccinated

It is a tale told by an idiot, full of lies and bollocks

achieving nothing

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15 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

I was thinking some more about my trip to Tesco and how everyone was wearing those soggy masks. That must be a breeding ground for infection. 

COVID-19 Masks Causing Rise In Bacterial Pneumonia

Published on December 8, 2020

Written by www.nexusnewsfeed.com



A group is suing Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum and Tulsa Health Department Executive Director Bruce Dart, saying the city’s mask mandate is harmful to healthy people, reports Activist Post.

The group includes business owners and two doctors who “are asking the city to immediately repeal the mask mandate which was passed by city council last month.”

At a press conference, optometrist Robert Zoellner said:

“…the fear factor has got to step back. This idea that I don’t want to give you something that I don’t even know that I have is almost at the point of ridiculous. Let’s use some common sense.”

Dr. James Meehan, MD followed by warning that mask wearing has..

“well-known risks that have been well-studied and they’re not being discussed in the risk analysis. I’m seeing patients that have facial rashes, fungal infections, bacterial infections. Reports coming from my colleagues, all over the world, are suggesting that the bacterial pneumonias are on the rise.

“Why might that be? Because untrained members of the public are wearing medical masks, repeatedly… in a non-sterile fashion… They’re becoming contaminated. They’re pulling them off of their car seat, off the rearview mirror, out of their pocket, from their countertop, and they’re reapplying a mask that should be worn fresh and sterile every single time.”

Dr. Meehan adds:

“New research is showing that cloth masks may be increasing the aerosolization of the SARS-COV-2 virus into the environment causing an increased transmission of the disease…”

In conclusion, Dr. Meehan states:

“In February and March we were told not to wear masks. What changed? The science didn’t change. The politics did. This is about compliance. It’s not about science… Our opposition is using low-level retrospective observational studies that should not be the basis for making a medical decision of this nature.”

Read more at www.nexusnewsfeed.com

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6 hours ago, Clubsandwich said:



Are nurses not meant to aspirate? She could have been going into a vein.


The rna vaccine is supposed to be milky in appearance after dilution so that might be saline. Notice the handling of the bottles to obscure view.


If I were trying to convince the masses that poison was safe, I would definately start with saline. Without any doubt!





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So signs are London will be in Tier 3 in a few days. Clearly all pre-planned, as the initial Tier rollout was designed to p off other regions who were thrown into Tier 3 while London was in 2. We've had a week or so of people living in Tier 3s moaning and venting their ire at London while COMPLETELY MISSING THE BIGGER PICTURE.


It's Divide and Rule for dummies. And the dummies fell for it hook, line and sinker, like they do every frkn time.

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