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Doing a painting job with my mate and went to the garage to fill a watering can. Lady wanted to fill her tire with air and thought I worked there and asked for some gloves ? i said no and realised she was a branch covidion so walked backed up the house. I said I stay 10 metres from anyone who watches the news on the hope of a chuckle but to no avail. 

 

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24 minutes ago, ally_uk said:

So is this whole Covid thing over? I'm seeing plenty of people commuting 

pretty much, but don't let anyone in your house.

you could be arrested

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@ally_uk It seems that way for now. Me and my wife have worked through this entirely with no problems. Sge worjs in a huge supermarket and reports back to me each day. She said that people wearing masks are in the minority and that although employees are pushed hard to follow guidline strictly the public are pretty old normal in there ways.

 

I fear we have not seen the worst of it yet though looking at whats happening in the us.

 

We live in hampshire btw

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2 hours ago, Fluke said:

Doing a painting job with my mate and went to the garage to fill a watering can. Lady wanted to fill her tire with air and thought I worked there and asked for some gloves ? i said no and realised she was a branch covidion so walked backed up the house. I said I stay 10 metres from anyone who watches the news on the hope of a chuckle but to no avail. 

 

 

:classic_laugh: Excellent!

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4 hours ago, ally_uk said:

So is this whole Covid thing over? I'm seeing plenty of people commuting 

 

For people that do not watch TV news, it's been over and they've gone back to normal.  For people who watch TV news, the pandemic is still raging and killing millions, and they're still huddled in their hovels afraid to open the door..

 

 

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5 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

 

For people that do not watch TV news, it's been over and they've gone back to normal.  For people who watch TV news, the pandemic is still raging and killing millions, and they're still huddled in their hovels afraid to open the door..

 

 

I never watch TV news - ever, and haven't for years. I read the online lugenpresse just for shits and giggles and the crossword, but I never read the op-ed pages, not that you can tell what is and what isn't an op-ed piece any more. I do watch Tucker Carlson occasionally because he resembles a real journalist somewhat but that's it. As the old song goes, 'this world is a world of lies.'

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3 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

I never watch TV news - ever, and haven't for years. I read the online lugenpresse just for shits and giggles and the crossword, but I never read the op-ed pages, not that you can tell what is and what isn't an op-ed piece any more. I do watch Tucker Carlson occasionally because he resembles a real journalist somewhat but that's it. As the old song goes, 'this world is a world of lies.'

 

It is a world of lies - lies and escalating insanity!

 

I've not watched the news for years, but have had it on lately, because I want to see what they are pushing, and there's one person in Blackpool (not far from me) on there for starting a petition to close Blackpool down completely, because the warm weather brought visitors to the beach at the weekend.  I'm starting to feel like we don't stand a chance. 

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45 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

It is a world of lies - lies and escalating insanity!

 

I've not watched the news for years, but have had it on lately, because I want to see what they are pushing, and there's one person in Blackpool (not far from me) on there for starting a petition to close Blackpool down completely, because the warm weather brought visitors to the beach at the weekend.  I'm starting to feel like we don't stand a chance. 

 

Close Blackpool down? They must be insane. If the holidaymakers stop coming, the place will die. I used to love going to Blackpool when I was a kid in the 60s. Fishing off the North Pier and the Central Pier too. The kids shows at the Tower were great fun and the donkey rides too. My mum always used to give me a carrot for the donkey and they loved it. We would get the charra from Manchester, stop at a half-way house, then arrive there in the afternoon. We'd unpack then we'd head off for the beach if the sun was out. I'm sure it has all changed there but I have fond memories of Blackpool.

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1 minute ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

Close Blackpool down? They must be insane. If the holidaymakers stop coming, the place will die. I used to love going to Blackpool when I was a kid in the 60s. Fishing off the North Pier and the Central Pier too. The kids shows at the Tower were great fun and the donkey rides too. My mum always used to give me a carrot for the donkey and they loved it. We would get the charra from Manchester, stop at a half-way house, then arrive there in the afternoon. We'd unpack then we'd head off for the beach if the sun was out. I'm sure it has all changed there but I have fond memories of Blackpool.

 

It's nice to hear your memories. I can remember catching crabs there with my little bucked & spade and us & the neighbours kids burying each other in the sand there. ?

 

The place is closed down already in the main, there was only really the beach, and some people came a long way to enjoy it, but this chaps's petition is to shut the lot! On the flaming news!!! 

I can laugh some days to ward off the negativity, but am at BS overload right now.

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during all these protests and riots in the USA it's never mentioned that because of the lack of social distancing that it will cause a spike in coronavirus infections. it's like it's two separate events not remotely connected despite the social distancing brainwashing.

 

it's sad to say this but hopefully out of the george floyd tragedy it will wake many people up to the coronahoax.

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Can easily see this winter some even saying September they will bring this back so it's just a waiting game now. Dont want to be sat here again under lockdown come September not allowed out unless we are vaccinated. We could do with someone organising a location to move away or something to get away from all this farce 

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12 hours ago, zArk said:

 

this is more evidence of democide. In all these cases of recorded blood clotting the patient had been placed on a mechanical ventilator. the medical process was to diagnose COVID19 and use mech ventilators

 

https://www.statnews.com/2020/04/08/doctors-say-ventilators-overused-for-covid-19/

 

this is what causes the blood clotting in the lungs giving the appearance of pneumonia

 

the oxygen low blood was mistreated deliberately. Hydrochlorquine treated this symptom of COVID19 easily and quickly preserving the organs of the patient.

 

now the medical industry is scrabbling to coverup the murder and throwing out all manner of clinical nonsense

 

low oxygen in blood was specific to this novel illness

treating with mech ventilator killed 90-100% of patients

treating with just oxygen worked in cases and treating with hydroxychloroquine worked to raise oxygen blood levels

 

everythign else is cover up


 

 

I see thats where reports of blood clotting are coming from is it ? 

 

Devious bastards blaming it on Ozone 

 

It disnt really make sense because Ozone is supposed to be created by more pollution not drastically reduced pollution

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19 minutes ago, Alex said:

Can easily see this winter some even saying September they will bring this back so it's just a waiting game now. Dont want to be sat here again under lockdown come September not allowed out unless we are vaccinated. We could do with someone organising a location to move away or something to get away from all this farce 

 

Maybe all us David Icke aficionados should move to the Isle of Wight. :classic_smile:

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53 minutes ago, MrA said:

 

I see thats where reports of blood clotting are coming from is it ? 

 

Devious bastards blaming it on Ozone 

 

It disnt really make sense because Ozone is supposed to be created by more pollution not drastically reduced pollution

 

i dunno where is Ozone issue has come from, tbh.

 

contributing factors maybe. additional toxins for the body.

it doesnt surprise me that people exposed to air toxins are more susceptible to pulmonary infections and damage.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Maybe all us David Icke aficionados should move to the Isle of Wight. :classic_smile:

 

Might not be such a good idea. The street lights on the Isle of White are connected to the mobile network using the 868 MHz band. This is the frequency Marc Steele says has caused all the problems in Gateshead.

 

 

"The luminaires will be linked to a Philips CityTouch LightWave central lighting management system that will allow each one to be controlled individually or in groups. The lanterns are connected to the LightWave system using the StarSense Wireless system, via the island’s mobile phone networks."

 

https://www.lighting.philips.co.uk/cases/cases/parks-and-plazas/isle-of-wights-street

 


"Starsense Wireless
End-to-end wireless intelligent management system for your outdoor lighting
Features
Sub-GHz (868 MHz) frequency for communication

 

https://www.lighting.philips.com/main/prof/lighting-controls/outdoor-lighting-management-systems/starsense-wireless

 


"5G is powerful enough to 3D map the inside of your home and other buildings. Mark Steele specifically highlights the 868 MHz frequency, previously used for battlefield interrogations and which can travel with ease through bricks and concrete."

 

https://www.globalresearch.ca/5g-danger-13-reasons-5g-wireless-technology-will-be-a-catastrophe-for-humanity/5680503

 

 

I asked the council about the new LED lamps we've got where I live and they've told me the attachments on top are Photo Electric Control Units, so it looks like there are two systems, one with an individual light sensor on each lamp, and one controlled over a wireless system.

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Just now, screamingeagle said:

yes it is,i mixed them

but to my defence it is easyer to get to TT from IOW then from my current location ?

 

Well I've a niece who lives there and she'll sort you out with B&B for a small fee if you ever get the chance.  ?

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