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13 hours ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

Politician for the london assembly David Kurten spits facts in a great talk. Gives me hope that not all politicians are completely clueless.

 

 

 

Both these two have zio tendancys.

Rocking likes to label left antisemites & Kurten well...

 

https://twitter.com/davidkurten/status/811570221236584448?s=20

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Just now, oddsnsods said:

 

Both these two have zio tendancys.

Rocking likes to label left antisemites & Kurten well...

 

https://twitter.com/davidkurten/status/811570221236584448?s=20

 

I was suspicious of this when GR brought it up, but I'm even more suspicious after the appearance on Rocking's stream.

 

Kurten being against lockdowns and forced vaccinations sounds great, but I can't help but wonder what his endgame is.

 

Maybe I'm just tired of repeatedly being stabbed in the back, I dunno.

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Just now, EnigmaticWorld said:

Maybe I'm just tired of repeatedly being stabbed in the back, I dunno.

 

Ide rather be under full dictator, than some snake pretending to be your friend. Kurten is an authoritarian I have always felt & Establishment con.

 

Ide say same about "Keys to the city" Farage the Mason & even more about Galloway.

 

None of these politicians would ever keep their promises is a cert. untill such time when they are legally bound to carry out what they get voted in for its a guaranteed stitch up.

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Just now, oddsnsods said:

 

Ide rather be under full dictator, than some snake pretending to be your friend. Kurten is an authoritarian I have always felt & Establishment con.

 

Ide say same about "Keys to the city" Farage the Mason & even more about Galloway.

 

No likes, but agreed.

 

Just now, oddsnsods said:

None of these politicians would ever keep their promises is a cert. untill such time when they are legally bound to carry out what they get voted in for its a guaranteed stitch up.

 

Or they'll just never get into power to begin with and they're just there to fracture any chance at us having a real opposition.

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When I go to town these days it's like walking through the settlement of a huge brainwash cult full of paranoid obsessives. Like that Kafka story - woke up one day, but it's not me that's turned into a scurrying little creature that likes to hide indoors, it's the bulk of society!

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4 minutes ago, Oakwise said:

When I go to town these days it's like walking through the settlement of a huge brainwash cult full of paranoid obsessives. Like that Kafka story - woke up one day, but it's not me that's turned into a scurrying little creature that likes to hide indoors, it's the bulk of society!

It's incredibly scary isn't it. In the shopping centre where I live, there are benches that are taped off to prevent people sitting down. It really is pathetic, and people just go along with it as if this is what normal life will be like now. It feels like we're living in some strange dystopian world. I really do feel as though I am in a film set in the year 3000.  

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3 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I had a very severe allergic reaction to a contrast dye put into me during a CT Scan 4 years ago. I was dreadfully ill for a fortnight afterwards with my whole body covered in an awful red rash.......is that me officially off the hook?

(Not that I would let them near me with their poison anyway)

Reckon my might try and say it’s more vital then ever to jab you.😁Maybe it wasn’t the dye that affected you but early undiagnosed Covid.

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Both these two have zio tendancys.

Rocking likes to label left antisemites & Kurten well...

 

https://twitter.com/davidkurten/status/811570221236584448?s=20

Oh for fuck sake, is there anyone who's actually genuine besides Nick Griffin in the political sphere? 

 

Everyone gets on their knees for Israel and it's frankly disgusting

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39 minutes ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

Oh for fuck sake, is there anyone who's actually genuine besides Nick Griffin in the political sphere? 

 

Everyone gets on their knees for Israel and it's frankly disgusting

 

In my opinion the honest uncompromised individuals will usually be found in local or city councils. If you want to get into the big leagues you've got to join the club or its not going to go very well for you. Sad but seems that's the reality.

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From the gov.uk site... 

 

What to expect after your COVID-19 vaccination - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

Can you go back to normal activities after having your vaccine?

You should be able to resume activities that are normal for you as long as you feel well. If your arm is particularly sore, you may find heavy lifting difficult. If you feel unwell or very tired you should rest and avoid operating machinery or driving.

You should avoid getting pregnant for 2 months after vaccination.

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1 minute ago, Noctua said:

From the gov.uk site... 

 

What to expect after your COVID-19 vaccination - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

Can you go back to normal activities after having your vaccine?

You should be able to resume activities that are normal for you as long as you feel well. If your arm is particularly sore, you may find heavy lifting difficult. If you feel unwell or very tired you should rest and avoid operating machinery or driving.

You should avoid getting pregnant for 2 months after vaccination.

 

Interesting, kind of gives weight to a theory I've had for a while that masking might stay mandatory only for people who haven't had it. As in scan your Covi-pass app at the door to go in maskless, otherwise get your face nappy on. Slightly less direct than banning activities altogether but just as sinister, making sure all the "anti-vaxxers" are pariahs and all the virtuous model citezens can spit on them/kick them/whatever. Just like the yellow stars in Nazi Germany.

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Just now, vinny79 said:

So I’ve just seen the headlines about “worrying rise” in the south

 

and mass testing

 

whats the narrative to testing all the secondary school kids

 

i presume it’s voluntary?

 

Doubt it's voluntary. Just a simple way of massively beefing up the casedemic for a demographic who have more chance of dying of old age than the 'deadly virus'. Pathetic.

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The British Medical Journal is one of the oldest general medical journals, dating back to

1840.

 

For them to publish this article is extraordinary, but welcomed.

 

Conflicts of interest among the UK government’s covid-19 advisers

 

Excerpts

 

Disclosure denied

The BMJ asked the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), which announced the Vaccine Taskforce, to confirm that Bell had reported his “long list” of financial interests. We also asked to see any forms Bell had filled in as evidence. Contradicting its own press release which listed Bell as a taskforce member, a BEIS spokesperson told The BMJ, “Sir John Bell is a member of the expert advisory group to the Vaccine Taskforce, rather than a member of the taskforce itself.”

 

The spokesperson added that the expert advisory group is not involved in commercial decision making, and that those involved must declare their conflicts of interest. The spokesperson did not respond to The BMJ’s request for copies of Bell’s declarations.

 

The BMJ also approached Oxford University, Bell’s employer, to ask for documents that confirm he had disclosed his “long list” of financial interests. Stephen Rouse, Oxford University’s head of communications, responded, “Professor Sir John Bell has always declared his financial interests and board membership at Roche, in accordance with the university’s conflict of interest policy for all staff.”

 

Oxford did not respond to The BMJ’s repeated request to see evidence of this disclosure. The BMJ is now seeking the financial disclosure form of John Bell through a freedom of information request to Oxford.

 

https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4716

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11 minutes ago, vinny79 said:

So I’ve just seen the headlines about “worrying rise” in the south

 

and mass testing

 

whats the narrative to testing all the secondary school kids

 

i presume it’s voluntary?

its been coming for a while ... the dickfaces consider children 'asymptomatic super-spreaders' . wankpots repeating the media lie

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10 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

 

Doubt it's voluntary. Just a simple way of massively beefing up the casedemic for a demographic who have more chance of dying of old age than the 'deadly virus'. Pathetic.

If it reaches here then my kids will be removed from school

 

not having them tested

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