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Remember When NHS Staff Were Told Swine Flu Vaccine Was ‘Safe’?

Published on December 9, 2020

Written by Shaun Lintern

 

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NHS workers are still fighting for compensation after developing narcolepsy from a swine flu vaccine that was rushed into service without the usual testing when the disease spread across the globe in 2009. They say it has destroyed their careers and their health.

 

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7 hours ago, BridgeBuilder said:
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Have you ever served JS on a cruise ship?

You are not gonna start, I know this person and that person and everyone else? lol

 

  17 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Would you give a message to the person you know who took part in the trials?Tell them I said "What an absolute c*** you are"

 

No, just answering a question............

 

I find yours and Ziggy's mentality intriguing. So often people on here accuse the cabal of divide and rule - and you guys are willing to judge and then express such vileness towards someone you have no idea about - or do not have the maturity to understand an alternative position to your own. No wonder everyone is fighting each other in this new world of tribalism without understanding. Sad times.

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23 minutes ago, jesuitsdidit said:

Remember doctors have sworn the Hippocratic Oath (Which is to do no harm). They must honour it.

 

its a pity nurses and volunteers don't have to follow the same oath. 

blows that argument out of the water.

 

Army of volunteers to deliver Covid-19 vaccine

 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/army-of-volunteers-to-deliver-covid-19-vaccine/ar-BB1b4ws4?MSCC=1604928061

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13 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

its a pity nurses and volunteers don't have to follow the same oath. 

blows that argument out of the water.

 

Army of volunteers to deliver Covid-19 vaccine

 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/army-of-volunteers-to-deliver-covid-19-vaccine/ar-BB1b4ws4?MSCC=1604928061

 

I have reposted that post as a thread

 

How To Legally Decline A Vaccine

 

https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/15630-how-to-legally-decline-a-vaccine/

 

 

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18 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

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That is a pathetic attempt at air filtrarion. The masks over the car's air vents are badly attached, leaky and won't filter out any so-called COVID, which they say can be 0.3 microns in size.  The Peugeot will already have a better, changeable air filter built into the ventilation system.  What do they do with a fogged up windscreen, switch on the demister and die of COVID or don't and die in a car crash. 😆

 

There are the people who wear the masks because they believe the government and MSM, and are scared of dying from CV-19, then there are those who just comply.   Those with the real COVID terror, why the feck are they still wearing a flimsy, paper like or cloth mask, that are very often made by clothing manufacturers in China, and not sourced themselves a proper respirator.   Calling them sheeple is an insult to sheep.

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5 hours ago, Jatta said:

Hi I'm new to the forum, I had to call in sick from work because of flu symptoms, cough, watery eyes, runny nose, fever.

 

 I Work in a large UK supermarket beginning with S. The manager said I have to have a covid test or put my job at risk if I don't get it done. 

 

I've decided to book a home test because I need my income, any advice.

Apparently (I don’t know the source but an council manager has told me based on advice from HR) there is no obligation to show the positive or negative test result to the employer. I would need to look it up but someone else on here may know? They just have to take the persons word for it. It’s the same at the courts when adjourning cases, medical evidence or proof is not needed. 

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5 hours ago, Jatta said:

Hi I'm new to the forum, I had to call in sick from work because of flu symptoms, cough, watery eyes, runny nose, fever.

 

 I Work in a large UK supermarket beginning with S. The manager said I have to have a covid test or put my job at risk if I don't get it done. 

 

I've decided to book a home test because I need my income, any advice.

when you call in sick NEVER use covid symptoms as a reason. thats asking to be tested.

use vomitting, piles, shits, whatever.

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24 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

What is Jesus doing at the moment that is keeping him occupied, is he unable to multi task?

 

Building! A new Earth and a new Heaven🏡

 

John 14:2

In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.

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Jung's Christ a symbol of self makes more sense to me. God working through us. If ever there's a massive vision in the sky be it Jesus, Allah or a space craft. My first thought won't be something coming to help. Remember the Independence day film when a big crowd gathered on the top of a skyscraper waiting to be collected by the alien craft. It didn't end well. 

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3 minutes ago, BlueSky said:

Jung's Christ a symbol of self makes more sense to me. God working through us. If ever there's a massive vision in the sky be it Jesus, Allah or a space craft. My first thought won't be something coming to help. Remember the Independence day film when a big crowd gathered on the top of a skyscraper waiting to be collected by the alien craft. It didn't end well. 

 

It's weird you mention this as minutes before I had been thinking about this. I do believe they will falsely project the Messiah in the sky, but it won't be the real Messiah. 

I feel this will happen soon.. I can feel it in my bones. 

They want to deceive us greatly now...but innately, we will know the truth so it's pointless on their behalf :) 

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13 hours ago, Martin1234 said:

That's how the psychopaths' want it.

Easily forgeable cards to then give them the excuse to introduce the digital passports, or app or chip or whatever. 

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I think the plans more along the lines of those, who through deception and superstition have given up respect for fundamental liberties will be encouraged to attack those they perceive to be controlling nanobots in their brain. They are Marsians and Elon Musk wants to send them home.

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6 hours ago, Jatta said:

Hi I'm new to the forum, I had to call in sick from work because of flu symptoms, cough, watery eyes, runny nose, fever.

 

 I Work in a large UK supermarket beginning with S. The manager said I have to have a covid test or put my job at risk if I don't get it done. 

 

I've decided to book a home test because I need my income, any advice.

Can you do it yourself at home?

If that's the case, I highly recommend to swab the orange, apple, water, cat's bum, insert....... the possibilities are endless.

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27 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

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I did a crap sales job in Currys for a few months a couple of years ago. Wasn't the most enjoyable but it taught me a lot about human psychology. There's a good chunk of people who loved just coming in, having a good moan about absolutely anything, calling you a twat and then leaving. I suspect its those same people who switch on the Beeb for their daily dose of fear porn. He's right, it's completely weird. 

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27 minutes ago, zigzag said:

Can you do it yourself at home?

If that's the case, I highly recommend to swab the orange, apple, water, cat's bum, insert....... the possibilities are endless.

Yeah that's what I was thinking, they just want me to do the test, not too bothered if it's positive, negative or inconclusive.

 

Seems like a big waste of time because I'm better now anyway but if they want to pay me the same for staying in bed instead of doing back breaking 11 hour shifts, who am I to argue. 

 

 

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In order to 'sell' the vaccine program to the masses, the BBC has dug up an old “pioneer” called Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine. A Russian Jew, who was not a doctor, but like so many of his ilk, a quack. He was a zoologist who dabbled in bacteriology while working as a library assistant at the Louis Pasteur Institute in Paris. He claimed to have developed a cholera vaccine which he tested on pigeons, but he needed human test subjects for his 'snake-oil' which he found in Calcutta.

 

Cholera, a water-borne illness was rife in the isolated villages on the outskirts of the city consisting of mud huts clustered around ponds or tanks, inhabited by the city's poor. The families living in these bustees drank collectively from shared water. The cure is simple, clean and safe drinking water, not innoculation, but Haffkine.conducted large scale vaccine trials on thousands of reluctant plantation coolies in Northern India. The results were inconclusive.

 

He was the first person to bring that kind of laboratory medicine into a tropical country and as we see today, Haffkine publicly injected himself to prove he thought his preparation was safe. By the turn of the century, about four million people in India had been vaccinated, but he noted later that while his vaccine appeared to reduce cases, it did not appear to reduce mortality in those who were infected. The cholera vaccine today contains a live virus which can be passed through stools, spreading the disease to close contacts.

 

Haffkine travelled to Bombay, where he was set up in one small room and a corridor, with one clerk and three untrained assistants and tasked with coming up with the world's first plague vaccine from scratch, combining the microbes with the toxic products they produced to form a single-injection, which he tested in a jail housing hundreds of inmates. He was knighted by Queen Victoria for it's 'success' and in December 1901 appointed director-in-chief of the Plague Research Laboratory at Government House in Parel, Bombay.

 

A year later, disaster struck in the village of Mulkowel in Punjab, when 19 people died from tetanus after being inoculated with Haffkine's contaminated vaccine. An inquiry indicted him and he was subsequently disgraced, although after lobbying by supporters, writing to 'The Times' he was exonerated and his reputation restored, but he was barred from ever conducting trials. Eli Chernin, a Harvard professor of public health wrote that it "was not evident from the archives that Haffkine was overtly victimized by anti-Semitism," but Chernin would like us to think he was.

 

In 1898, Haffkine approached Aga Khan III with an offer for Sultan Abdul Hamid II to resettle Jews in Palestine, then a province of the Ottoman Empire: the effort "could be progressively undertaken in the Holy Land", "the land would be obtained by purchase from the Sultan's subjects", "the capital was to be provided by wealthier members of the Jewish community", (the cousinhood) but the plan was rejected

 

Haffkine returned to France and devoted his later life to his faith, becoming increasingly orthodox and establishing a foundation to promote Jewish education in Eastern Europe. He never married and lived his final years alone in Lausanne, Switzerland. He was a "scholarly, lonesome, handsome man of few words, who remained a bachelor," wrote the Indian bacteriologist HI Jhala.

 

 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-55050012

 

 

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