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Interesting that I have just stumbled on a series covering rise and fall of civilizations and the first part covering the height of the Roman Empire and the attempts in the 1st Centruy BC to invading Britania , eventually successfully by Emperor Claudius, the failure to take the north and errection of hadrians wall to mark the controlled territory....and then around AD 249, a disease brough back from campaigns in the East caused a significan pandemic for the empire. The Plaque at it's height killing many thousands a day in Rome and that went on to decimate the Roman armies across Europe...some 5 Million.......that puts the Covid19 pandemic into some perspective does it not?

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Okay. Here's a real-life anecdote. 

 

A family I know told me they had covid. They said they've had colds in the past which were worse. In fact, they were fit enough to continue working from home. They did so really to keep their minds off the worry. 

 

And here's the rub, the nanny-state vapour rub. They kept getting bombarded with patronising phone calls from the health authorities asking things like, 'Are you alright? Do you feel isolated? Can we help you in anyway?' And they were like, 'We're grown adults, thank you. We're capable of looking after ourselves'. They also kept getting texts urging them to download the app. I'm glad to report they all refused it. 

 

But the rub gets rubbier. When you phone 111 with some mild concerns, you will get told something like, 'Oh, you'll know by day seven if you might die or not.' What a thing to say to someone!

 

This friend of mine said: 'It got close to day seven and I really started to worry. Will I take that dreaded turn? Started to wonder if I was short of breath or not, started to panic a bit'. It turned out to be symptoms of anxiety because the idea had been planted into her head. Everything was fine. They got over it. Nothing to write home about they said. 

 

But it got me wondering: How many of the symptoms out there are the result of panic? Is it possible that panic can exacerbate an otherwise mild respiratory infection? 

 

Take a look at panic attack symptoms: 

 

  • "Racing" heart
  • Feeling weak, faint, or dizzy
  • Tingling or numbness in the hands and fingers
  • Sense of terror, or impending doom or death
  • Feeling sweaty or having chills
  • Chest pains
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Feeling a loss of control

 

I think some people could be dying of sheer panic. 

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3 hours ago, Mr H said:

 

 , by and large, most people there are being compliant.

They keep voting for merckle and the fact she was in office when the infamous new year rapes occurred and shes still in office says alot about the majority of the public

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Oakwise said:

Okay. Here's a real-life anecdote. 

 

A family I know told me they had covid. They said they've had colds in the past which were worse. In fact, they were fit enough to continue working from home. They did so really to keep their minds off the worry. 

 

And here's the rub, the nanny-state vapour rub. They kept getting bombarded with patronising phone calls from the health authorities asking things like, 'Are you alright? Do you feel isolated? Can we help you in anyway?' And they were like, 'We're grown adults, thank you. We're capable of looking after ourselves'. They also kept getting texts urging them to download the app. I'm glad to report they all refused it. 

 

But the rub gets rubbier. When you phone 111 with some mild concerns, you will get told something like, 'Oh, you'll know by day seven if you might die or not.' What a thing to say to someone!

 

This friend of mine said: 'It got close to day seven and I really started to worry. Will I take that dreaded turn? Started to wonder if I was short of breath or not, started to panic a bit'. It turned out to be symptoms of anxiety because the idea had been planted into her head. Everything was fine. They got over it. Nothing to write home about they said. 

 

But it got me wondering: How many of the symptoms out there are the result of panic? Is it possible that panic can exacerbate an otherwise mild respiratory infection? 

 

Take a look at panic attack symptoms: 

 

  • "Racing" heart
  • Feeling weak, faint, or dizzy
  • Tingling or numbness in the hands and fingers
  • Sense of terror, or impending doom or death
  • Feeling sweaty or having chills
  • Chest pains
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Feeling a loss of control

 

I think some people could be dying of sheer panic. 

 

Yes I think this is very likely, the media has created a hypochondriatic population through the constant fear propaganda. People that are living shielded lives and are easily panicable will have become hyper sensitive to getting any form of cold or flu and a panic attack could be enough for them to call the ambulance. Once they arrive, the doctors test for covid and PCR winner it is, positive result. Then they are stuck on drugs and a ventilator because NHS cares. 

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Pfft. So another letter from my daughter's school telling us what we can and cannot do during the holidays.

Well, it says "do not sing!" 

Now, I remember my daughter telling me they weren't allowed to sing at school anymore..

But in your own home on christmas?! 

Ain't going to stop me, that's for sure!! All the more reason to sing loud. They want our voices silenced literally. 

 

" Pardon: So, experts tell us that when you have to project your voice people spray more droplets which can carry the virus. Remember to keep the noise down and don’t sing!" 

 

Genuine shitty text. 

 

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1 minute ago, allymisfit said:

Pfft. So another letter from my daughter's school telling us what we can and cannot do during the holidays.

Well, it says "do not sing!" 

Now, I remember my daughter telling me they weren't allowed to sing at school anymore..

But on your own home in christmas?! 

Ain't going to stop me, that's for sure!! All the more reason to sing loud. They want our voices silenced literally. 

Rattle off an email to your mp

 

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4 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

You have to try and work out the motive behind this article.

The Daily Fail is ultimately owned by the same people that are perpetrating the scamdemic and the ushering in of the NWO.....They have been at the very forefront  of the pushing of daily fear porn and government lies from the start.

Indeed, agree ziggy,  I too see that side, the dailyfail gve with one hand and take with the other - followed by a big middle finger - but can't help but feel that if it wakes up a few misguided daily mail readers then not a compeltely bad thing...

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12 minutes ago, Oakwise said:

But it got me wondering: How many of the symptoms out there are the result of panic? Is it possible that panic can exacerbate an otherwise mild respiratory infection?

 

prolongued states of stress will have a deleterous effect on physical and mental health

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6 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

Yes I think this is very likely, the media has created a hypochondriatic population through the constant fear propaganda. People that are living shielded lives and are easily panicable will have become hyper sensitive to getting any form of cold or flu and a panic attack could be enough for them to call the ambulance. Once they arrive, the doctors test for covid and PCR winner it is, positive result. Then they are stuck on drugs and a ventilator because NHS cares. 

 

Thanks for advancing the conclusion so succinctly. 

 

It's not like there isn't a precedent for hysterical contagions and mass sociogenic illness.

 

A well-known example from recent history is the June Bug Epidemic, 1962:

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The June bug epidemic serves as a classic example of hysterical contagion. In 1962 a mysterious disease broke out in a dressmaking department of a US textile factory. The symptoms included numbness, nausea, dizziness, and vomiting.

 

Word of a bug in the factory that would bite its victims and cause them to develop the above symptoms quickly spread.

 

Soon sixty-two employees developed this mysterious illness, some of whom were hospitalized. The news media reported on the case. After research by company physicians and experts from the US Public Health Service Communicable Disease Center, it was concluded that the case was one of mass hysteria.

 

While the researchers believed some workers were bitten by the bug, anxiety was probably the cause of the symptoms. No evidence was ever found for a bug which could cause the above flu-like symptoms, nor did all workers demonstrate bites.

 

Workers concluded that the environment was quite stressful; the plant had recently opened, was quite busy and organization was poor. Further, most of the victims reported high levels of stress in their lives. Social forces seemed at work too.

 

Of the 62 employees that reported symptoms, 59 worked on the first shift, 58 worked in the same area, and 50 of the 62 cases occurred in the two consecutive days after the media supposedly “sensationalized” the event. Most of the employees who became sick took time off to recuperate.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hysterical_contagion

 

 

I'm not sure if this kind of mass hysteria can directly cause death. But as you said, it could start an iatrogenic chain-reaction that leads to death or serious injury. 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Report: 75% of Israelis intend to refuse vaccination
https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/293086

 

Interesting. I haven't met too many Israelis and have always wondered what the view of the ordinary man is of their corrupt zionist overlords. Maybe this is an indication they're not too favourable.

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28 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

" Pardon: So, experts tell us that when you have to project your voice people spray more droplets which can carry the virus. Remember to keep the noise down and don’t sing!" 

 

Genuine shitty text. 

 

It's enough to make you go carol singing, for the hell of it and get arrested! Ding Dong! Merrily I'm High!

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3 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

 

Interesting. I haven't met too many Israelis and have always wondered what the view of the ordinary man is of their corrupt zionist overlords. Maybe this is an indication they're not too favourable.

 

A lot of ultra-orthordox Jewish people don't like vaccinations. Some are waiting for the Moshiach to save them too, not a vaccine.

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4 hours ago, Illmatic said:

 

I find it impressive in a strange way that there are people out there who have been living in constant fear since March. How could you not just find it fucking boring at this stage? Its the same old shite over and over and over again 😴

Bloody beats me. Are they so thick that they don’t even query the obvious - Derr oh yeah, lockdown and masked for months but the cases are going up, didn’t fink of that? 

Oh maybe the wool is too far over my eyes?!

 

Total bloody dumbo’s. Give me strength 🤷🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️

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4 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

Peter Hitchens has made this point repeatedly on his live phone in chats with Mike Graham on Talk Radio every Monday... Hitchens had spells in Russia and East Germany I believe, and therefore has first hand experience of living in this environment under authoritarian rule...

 

It's all a charade.

 

29 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Indeed, agree ziggy,  I too see that side, the dailyfail gve with one hand and take with the other - followed by a big middle finger - but can't help but feel that if it wakes up a few misguided daily mail readers then not a compeltely bad thing...

 

The PTB probably see it as soothing the ones who have 'already' woken up a little bit.

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10 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

A lot of ultra-orthordox Jewish people don't like vaccinations. Some are waiting for the Moshiach to save them too, not a vaccine.

 

Right makes sense now that I think about it. The fact that Bibi and friends are willing to force it on their own people shows how much contempt they have for them. 

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8 minutes ago, Chris K said:

Bloody beats me. Are they so thick that they don’t even query the obvious - Derr oh yeah, lockdown and masked for months but the cases are going up, didn’t fink of that? 

Oh maybe the wool is too far over my eyes?!

 

Total bloody dumbo’s. Give me strength 🤷🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️

 

Yeah mate it's bizarre, it's like some kind of chronic amnesia where the same play is rolled out again and again and gets exactly the same fear response. Thought there would be a bit of a boy who cried wolf effect at this stage but for some people it seems to just keep working on them forever.

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Something I've been wondering for a while is why exactly the general public is reacting this way. Why were people begging for authoritarian lockdowns in March and why have so many been willing to follow the rules ever since. It doesn't seem like something that would have happened even a few years ago.

 

I came accross an old Bill Cooper video which made me think. In it he talks about how CNN managed to interview Osama Bin Laden in his hideout, after the CIA had apparently been unsuccessfully looking for him for months. He makes a point about how stupid and blindly trusting the American public has to be not to find it strange that some of the top minds in intelligence were apparently at a dead end while a news network was able to just waltz into Iraq and find him straight away. He also predicted there would be an event that was blamed on Bin Laden, and was shot in cold blood by uncover police at the beginning of September 2001 a few days before said event.

 

I was quite young during 9/11 and the Bush administration but I remember that most people in my home country of Ireland at the time laughed at the Americans and how easily they were falling for the bs. There was some support for the war in our media, sure, but also many critical voices. The key difference between then and now I think was this and also the fact that very few people in Europe watched or even had access to the likes of CNN. So probably the answer is a mass dumbing down via smart devices and unlimited media, where every news channel is forced to become the kind of lowest common denominator rubbish people used to ridicule in 2001.

 

 

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