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For once BBC tells the truth. Its all out in the open folks! You want to DEFEND you and your CHILDRENS right to bodily sovereignty under Article 6 of the 2005 UNESCO declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights? You want to say NO THANK YOU to the rushed, experimental, potentially gene-altering jab for a virus that the VAST VAST majority of peoples beautiful, natural immune system will fight off? Well, it may not be "compulsory" but sorry, no concerts, no travel, no Sunday morning brunch at your favourite cafe for you naughty people on the black-list!


Spain is to set up a registry of people who refuse to be vaccinated against coronavirus and share it with other European Union nations, the health minister has said.



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Just how low can China go? After its corona cover-up, it's jailed a journalist for daring to tell the truth – and is now seeking to win profits and power from the virus it gave the world, says IAN BIRRELL


When coronavirus broke out in Wuhan, a group of journalists and activists rushed to the central Chinese city to document the extraordinary events

Shanghai lawyer Zhang Zhan shared damning reports about Covid-19 in the city  

Jailed for four years yesterday for ‘picking quarrels and provoking trouble’





It quotes in the article;


'China is a cruel society led by smart people who understand the meaning of that mantra from 1984 — Orwell’s novel warning about totalitarianism — that whoever controls the past also controls the future.'





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Hi. Can you please supply a link to the government's plans to put everyone on benefits after all the jobs have collapsed. There was one somewhere about a massve roll out but i lost it.

Also people have caught aids from the vaccine, do you have links to this story as well.


Many thanks

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Methinks this 8% is a little bit low.


Only eight per cent of Britons would definitely refuse to be vaccinated against coronavirus despite fears of rising 'anti-vaxxer' propaganda, a poll has revealed

The Government has said it is not planning to make Covid-19 vaccine mandatory 

The propaganda could threaten target of vaccinating 70 per cent of population

In a survey of more than 17,000 people, 48 per cent would agree to vaccination 

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2 hours ago, jack121 said:

Hi. Can you please supply a link to the government's plans to put everyone on benefits after all the jobs have collapsed. There was one somewhere about a massve roll out but i lost it.

Also people have caught aids from the vaccine, do you have links to this story as well.


Many thanks



Any simple google search and you can find your own links to the countless articles that have have come out this year about rolling out universal basic income. 


Any simple google search will also give you the link to the articles where the aussie  uni dramatically ended their vaccine development because during the trials it came up that recipients were suddenly showing false-positive HIV results due to them experimenting using similar spike proteins.  What a waste of AU$1 Billion aussie tax payer money.






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Why no proof of life of Tiffany Dover,yet so much proof of her death following her fainting after covid jab and the coordinated narrative for damage control?


Proof that someone with her name,age,location and relative died is included in this vid,banned from yt where truth is not allowed.



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As many of us here know this has just been the test run before what Bill Gates calls 'pandemic 2' starts. For the first time I'm now seeing pandemic 2 flagged in the MSM.


Guardian today.


The Guardian


WHO warns Covid-19 pandemic is 'not necessarily the big one'

Experts tell end of year media briefing that virus is likely to become endemic 


Tue 29 Dec 2020 06.19 GMT


World Health Organization experts have warned that even though the coronavirus pandemic has been very severe, it is “not necessarily the big one”, and that the world will have to learn to live with Covid-19.

The “destiny” of the virus is to become endemic, even as vaccines begin to be rolled out in the US and UK, says Professor David Heymann, the chair of the WHO’s strategic and technical advisory group for infectious hazards.

“The world has hoped for herd immunity, that somehow transmission would be decreased if enough persons were immune,” he told the WHO’s final media briefing for 2020.

Australia insists WHO inquiry into Covid origin must be robust, despite China tensions

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But Heymann, who is also an epidemiologist with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the concept of herd immunity was misunderstood.

“It appears the destiny of SARS-CoV-2 [Covid-19] is to become endemic, as have four other human coronaviruses, and that it will continue to mutate as it reproduces in human cells, especially in areas of more intense admission.

“Fortunately, we have tools to save lives, and these in combination with good public health will permit us to learn to live with Covid-19.”

The head of the WHO emergencies program, Dr Mark Ryan, said: “The likely scenario is the virus will become another endemic virus that will remain somewhat of a threat, but a very low-level threat in the context of an effective global vaccination program.

“It remains to be seen how well the vaccines are taken up, how close we get to a coverage level that might allow us the opportunity to go for elimination,” he said. “The existence of a vaccine, even at high efficacy, is no guarantee of eliminating or eradicating an infectious disease. That is a very high bar for us to be able to get over.”

That was why the first goal of the vaccine was to save lives and protect the vulnerable, Ryan said. “And then we will deal with the moonshot of potentially being able to eliminate or eradicate this virus.”

Ryan warned that the next pandemic may be more severe. “This pandemic has been very severe … it has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one,” he said.

“This is a wake-up call. We are learning, now, how to do things better: science, logistics, training and governance, how to communicate better. But the planet is fragile.

“We live in an increasingly complex global society. These threats will continue. If there is one thing we need to take from this pandemic, with all of the tragedy and loss, is we need to get our act together. We need to honour those we’ve lost by getting better at what we do every day.”

WHO chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan told the briefing that being vaccinated against the virus did not mean public health measures such as social distancing would be able to be stopped in future.

The first role of the vaccine would be to prevent symptomatic disease, severe disease and deaths, she said. But whether the vaccines would also reduce the number of infections or prevent people from passing on the virus remains to be seen.

Scheme to get Covid vaccine to poorer countries at 'high risk' of failure

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“I don’t believe we have the evidence on any of the vaccines to be confident that it’s going to prevent people from actually getting the infection and therefore being able to pass it on,” Swaminathan said. “So I think we need to assume that people who have been vaccinated also need to take the same precautions.”

The WHO director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said the end of the year was a time to reflect on the toll the pandemic had taken, but also the progress made. He said the year ahead would see new setbacks and new challenges.

“For example, new variants of Covid-19, and helping people who are tired of the pandemic continue to combat it,” he said.

“New ground has been broken, not least with the extraordinary cooperation between the private and public sector in this pandemic. And in recent weeks, safe and effective vaccine rollout has started in a number countries, which is an incredible scientific achievement.

“This is fantastic, but WHO will not rest until those in need everywhere have access to the new vaccines and are protected.”



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46 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

I did post a link yesterday to the uk document sent to schools


does mention consent for those under 16 needed from parents.


keep your kids off


Here’s the document





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Empty Nightingale hospitals are quietly dismantled 'because there aren't enough staff to run them' - despite NHS chief warning health service is back 'in the eye of the storm' and hospitalisations PASSING peak of first Covid wave

  • London's Nightingale hospital has been stripped of most of its 4,000 beds, ventilators and even signs
  • £220million was splashed on seven Nightingales which were hailed as a solution for overwhelmed hospitals
  • But only one started treating Covid-19 patients, with three still standing empty during the second wave


An eye-watering £220million of taxpayers' money was splashed on seven Nightingales amid panic hospitals could be overwhelmed by an influx of Covid-19 patients during the first wave.

But many stood empty for months after ministers hailed them as a 'solution' to the Covid-19 crisis when they were opened to much fan-fare during the first months of the pandemic to buffer overwhelmed hospitals.


Intensive care doctors today accused ministers of ignoring warnings staffing was already 'wafer thin' in intensive care before splurging on the extra capacity, with little regard as to how they would be run.



It comes amid fears England could be plunged into 'Tier 5' restrictions within days after scientists were said to have advised Boris Johnson to impose tougher measures than those in November's lockdown - with secondary schools, pubs and non-essential shops shut.

Although it is unclear if the new measures will be called 'Tier 5', SAGE is thought to have warned the Prime Minister that they must be tougher than the Tier 4 restrictions currently in place.



Tier 5.  FFS :) 

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13 hours ago, kj35 said:

I've found the best response in almost all situations is completely ignore the hype and carry on as I would have previously.  Just apply. It'll come.

There is so much hype.  I called the dentist this morning as I need them to put me out of my misery.  After almost five solid minutes of recorded COVID fear messaging and having to choose a sequence of numbers to manage to get through to a human, I was told that they were only dealing with emergency appointments, covid this and that, etc, I said it was definitely an emergency and then she said no problem, we have loads of free slots, you can come in this afternoon.


Not surprised they have loads of free slots, only the very determined and very desperate make it through to Mordor the Receptionist 😶 

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I knew this would happen. Of course it was mentioned earlier on this year, but it seems the Powers That Be have pressed the OK GO button of late for the media to be forthright with the true agenda. I guess I wasn't "paranoid" after all. Australia loves it's fascism.


Coronavirus: Calls for mandatory vaccines in the workplace | 9 News Australia


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2 minutes ago, Noctua said:

Although it is unclear if the new measures will be called 'Tier 5', SAGE is thought to have warned the Prime Minister that they must be tougher than the Tier 4 restrictions currently in place.




Tier 5.  FFS :) 


All part of the game to keep the population constantly unsettled, confused and ground down with ever changing and the invention of new tiers & rules every 5 minutes of the unending lockdown.  Instead of just going up to a Tier 5 alert level, they could start adding lettered suffixes, Tier 4B, 4C, 4D etc., to feck around people even more.

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