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"At Paris and in the kingdom of France, as in the other parts of the world, so it is said, there was in this same year (1348) and the year following so great a mortality of people of both sexes, of the young rather than of the old, that it was scarcely possible to bury them. They were only ill for two or three days and died suddenly, their bodies almost sound; and he, who one day was in good health, was dead and buried on the morrow. They had swellings under the arm-pits and in the groin, and the appearance of these swellings was an infallible sign of death. This malady or pest was called an epidemic by the doctors. During these two years there was such a number of victims as had never been heard of, or seen, or read of in past times. And in many towns, great and small, the priests were terrified and fled; but some others, considerably braver, administered the sacraments. Soon in many places out of every twenty inhabitants there were only two alive. The mortality was so great at the Hôtel-Dieu in Paris that for a long time more than five hundred dead were carried daily on wagons to be buried at the cemetery of St. Innocent of Paris. And the holy sisters of the Hôtel-Dieu, having no fear of death, discharged their task to the end with the most perfect gentleness and humility. These sisters were wiped out by death and were replaced more than once; and they now, as is piously believed, repose in peace with Christ."


– Jean De Venette



"In England most of the great cities suffered incredible losses; above all, Yarmouth, in which seven thousand and fifty-two died; Bristol, Oxford, Norwich, Leicester, York, and London, where, in one burial-ground alone, there were interred upward of fifty thousand corpses, arranged in layers, in large pits. It is said that in the whole country scarcely a tenth part remained alive. Morals were deteriorated everywhere, and public worship was, in a great measure, laid aside, in many places the churches being bereft of their priests. The instruction of the people was impeded, covetousness became general; and when tranquillity was restored, the great increase of lawyers was astonishing, to whom the endless disputes regarding inheritances offered a rich harvest. The want of priests, too, throughout the country, operated very detrimentally upon the people. The lower classes were most exposed to the ravages of the plague, while the houses of the nobility were, in proportion, much more spared. The sittings of parliament, of the king’s bench, and of most of the other courts were suspended as long as the malady raged."


– J. F. C. Hecker



"The stench of putrefying corpses was often the first indication to their neighbors that more deaths had occurred. The survivors, to preserve themselves from infection, generally had the bodies taken out of the houses and laid before the doors, where the early morn found them in heaps, exposed to the affrighted gaze of the passing stranger. It was no longer possible to have a bier for every corpse—three or four were generally laid together; husband and wife, father and mother, with two or three children, were frequently borne to the grave on the same bier; and it often happened that two priests would accompany a coffin, bearing the cross before it, and be joined on the way by several other funerals; so that instead of one, there were five or six bodies for interment."


– Giovanni Boccaccio





"Most people with COVID-19 have mild illness and can recover at home without medical care."


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


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9 minutes ago, Illmatic said:


Right, I also think that's the answer to the question of why they didn't just release a real super-pathogen from some lab somewhere that actually kills people. They're too worried about it getting out of control and killing them as well! They want something easily controllable.


It's worth looking back sometimes at videos from March to see how much of this is theatre and outright bs. Who remembers the citizens of Wuhan collapsing in the street? How many people have done this in Europe throughout this "pandemic"? Hmmm...


(785) Coronavirus has people keeling over in streets - TomoNews - YouTube


Spot on mate. You nailed it.

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7 minutes ago, SimonTV said:



"All Brazilians are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 under the penalty of being banned from certain public services and places, the country’s top court has decided... According to a government statement after the decision, those who fail to prove they have been vaccinated may have their rights, such as welfare payments, public school enrolment or entry to certain places, curtailed."


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45 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:



I am noticing that countering anti-vaccine misinformation is being proposed now as if from the stance of a minority to a larger group, whether family or friends.


It is conveying the impression anti vaccine is a majority choice !



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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

secondly the authorities are claiming they need 75% for herd immunity so if they only got 66% then they are going to have coerce a lot of people to reach their supposed target. If 66% are dumb / blind enough to get the injection then they might also be dumb enough not to stand against state coercion of the un-injected minority. the more people they inject the more they whittle down the potential resistance


And, by the same token, the more emboldened and heavy-handed they will become. 


1 hour ago, Basket Case said:

And still 'They' continue to confuse the sleeping masses with conflicting information..



The way they try to get round that is simply by equating 'more transmissible' with 'more deadly'. This is why they are pushing the 'up to 70% more transmissible' bullshit so hard.


53 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:



Piers Morgan is to get mercilessly buggered by Susanna Reid live on air, with a syphilis infected strap-on dildo, so as to allay the fears of those who think that syphilis might cause them medium term or long term health problems

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