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If someone buys the hypothesis that there's a transmittable virus out there, how come it can supposedly infect you when you're in the supermarket or walking by one person on a path but won't get you when you're standing shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people at a Black Lives Matter protest?  These protests are going to backfire on the elite big time because after all these thousands of people have been mingling together and sod all happens to them it'll prove the lockdown and social distancing, not to mention the over exaggeration of the virus itself, has all been utter bullshit.

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3 hours ago, Sensiblejoe said:

Google has automatically put covid 19 tracing apps on android phones without consent. Check settings/Google

 

Yeah my wife and I discovered this today. We just changed the settings on the phones to turn it off. We don't take our phones with us when we leave the house anyway and will probably switch to some older phones soon. Perhaps those old Gordon Gecko 80s mobiles which were the size of a brick, good luck adding an app to that!  Sneaky bastards.  

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7 minutes ago, AndyJ said:

If someone buys the hypothesis that there's a transmittable virus out there, how come it can supposedly infect you when you're in the supermarket or walking by one person on a path but won't get you when you're standing shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people at a Black Lives Matter protest?  These protests are going to backfire on the elite big time because after all these thousands of people have been mingling together and sod all happens to them it'll prove the lockdown and social distancing, not to mention the over exaggeration of the virus itself, has all been utter bullshit.

 

Or on the other hand, this could be preparation for the 'next wave of bullshit'.

 

All it will take is for someone to declare there has been an 'increased' number of cases of Covid-19 'detected' in those cities where protests took place, and then the 'local lockdowns' can begin in earnest.

 

 

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Just now, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Or on the other hand, this could be preparation for the 'next wave of bullshit'.

 

All it will take is for someone to declare there has been an 'increased' number of cases of Covid-19 'detected' in those cities where protests took place, and then the 'local lockdowns' can begin in earnest.

 

 

 

I'd like to think people have had enough now and many just won't buy it anymore. Then I remember the muzzle wearers doing the Corona Shimmy in the supermarkets and banging pots and pans like trained seals and realise there will still be some who'll buy into more bullshit disinformation if the elite and their media cronies try to ramp up the figures again. 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

 

Not true. I checked on my own phone earlier, and while under Settings > Google there is indeed a new option for "Covid-19 exposure notifications", there is no new 'app' that has been automatically installed.

 

These notifications will only work if you:

  • have a 'suitable app' installed (as you can see from my screenshots, I don't)
  • have Bluetooth turned on (mine is off)
  • have device location turned on

Personally, I think this is all a waste of time, as it relies on people with 'Covid-19 symptoms' either:

  • being honest
  • having a smartphone with Bluetooth and device location turned on

 

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it is nice that google and i assume apple also are supporting any tracking apps and at no charge

 

lol

 

 

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24 minutes ago, AndyJ said:

 

Yeah my wife and I discovered this today. We just changed the settings on the phones to turn it off. We don't take our phones with us when we leave the house anyway and will probably switch to some older phones soon. Perhaps those old Gordon Gecko 80s mobiles which were the size of a brick, good luck adding an app to that!  Sneaky bastards.  

Only problem is you got to wait for the satellite to come around. Hang about there will be another one coming in a minute. Edit statellites :)

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7 hours ago, Seeker said:

My take on it is that there’s these dark spirits that feed off negative human emotion (dark energy). That’s why the world has been manipulated to be a life of fear, anxiety, depression for most people. The only slight issue is that humans eventually die, as a synthetic robot, their mind will be controlled by AI. They can always have AI making them feel bad emotions to feed the dark spirits. A synthetic robot won’t die like a human so it’s a source of food forever for them, that’s the reason imo 

 

That's possible aswell to be honest. Whatever exactly it is at the core its evil that's for sure and it needs to be stopped. 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

 

Not true. I checked on my own phone earlier, and while under Settings > Google there is indeed a new option for "Covid-19 exposure notifications", there is no new 'app' that has been automatically installed.

 

These notifications will only work if you:

  • have a 'suitable app' installed (as you can see from my screenshots, I don't)
  • have Bluetooth turned on (mine is off)
  • have device location turned on

Personally, I think this is all a waste of time, as it relies on people with 'Covid-19 symptoms' either:

  • being honest
  • having a smartphone with Bluetooth and device location turned on

 

Some people will install and use the tracker app, but once they have had a number of false alerts, worry and tests, I suspect they will bin the app.  You mention about people being honest and notifying they have the COVID, well people can do the opposite and notify nearby app users of infection when they don't actually have the COVID just to freak people out.

 

Also all the scamsters will be onto the tracking app bandwagon, I have already heard about people in Italy downloading the app from an official website and getting their phone infected with ransoware and all their data is locked and have to pay $300 to unlock it.

 

 

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1 hour ago, AndyJ said:

If someone buys the hypothesis that there's a transmittable virus out there, how come it can supposedly infect you when you're in the supermarket or walking by one person on a path but won't get you when you're standing shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people at a Black Lives Matter protest?  These protests are going to backfire on the elite big time because after all these thousands of people have been mingling together and sod all happens to them it'll prove the lockdown and social distancing, not to mention the over exaggeration of the virus itself, has all been utter bullshit.

 

IMO, these people at the protests are too god dang dumb to put two and two together like that.  Most of them don't actually know a single thing about what it is they're protesting or who they're actually supporting by taking to the streets.

If people have not started protesting what is being dome to us in the name of a common flu virus, they're not going to.  This whole thing is going to get a hell of a lot worse for all of us over the coming days, weeks, and months with new draconian laws and surveillance and human controls.  Mark my words, the stuff they have on paper ready to roll out any day now we have not even imagined yet.

 

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2 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

 

IMO, these people at the protests are too god dang dumb to put two and two together like that.  Most of them don't actually know a single thing about what it is they're protesting or who they're actually supporting by taking to the streets.

If people have not started protesting what is being dome to us in the name of a common flu virus, they're not going to.  This whole thing is going to get a hell of a lot worse for all of us over the coming days, weeks, and months with new draconian laws and surveillance and human controls.  Mark my words, the stuff they have on paper ready to roll out any day now we have not even imagined yet.

 

 

The level of absurdity does get greater every day lately so no doubt we'll see more bullshit to come. I still think we might be on for a staged alien invasion in July. I say staged because no species in their right mind would actually want to come to Earth right now.  

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Some people will install and use the tracker app, but once they have had a number of false alerts, worry and tests, I suspect they will bin the app.  You mention about people being honest and notifying they have the COVID, well people can do the opposite and notify nearby app users of infection when they don't actually have the COVID just to freak people out.

 

Also all the scamsters will be onto the tracking app bandwagon, I have already heard about people in Italy downloading the app from an official website and getting their phone infected with ransoware and all their data is locked and have to pay $300 to unlock it.

 

 

 

I really hate cell phones.  I wish I didn't have to own one, but I need it for emergencies, like if something happens to me out on my bike and I'm on a back road somewhere.  My current phone is an ancient LG Thrive.  None of the batteries  I have work anymore, and I'm afraid a new one would not either because they're all so old.  I'm waiting patiently to get a pine phone.

 

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2 hours ago, AndyJ said:

If someone buys the hypothesis that there's a transmittable virus out there, how come it can supposedly infect you when you're in the supermarket or walking by one person on a path but won't get you when you're standing shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people at a Black Lives Matter protest?  These protests are going to backfire on the elite big time because after all these thousands of people have been mingling together and sod all happens to them it'll prove the lockdown and social distancing, not to mention the over exaggeration of the virus itself, has all been utter bullshit.

 

The incubation period is from two to fourteen days, so one would expect hundreds of thousands of protestors, to have the cold in a fortnight, simultaneously.

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6 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

 

I really hate cell phones.  I wish I didn't have to own one, but I need it for emergencies, like if something happens to me out on my bike and I'm on a back road somewhere.  My current phone is an ancient LG Thrive.  None of the batteries  I have work anymore, and I'm afraid a new one would not either because they're all so old.  I'm waiting patiently to get a pine phone.

 

 

If you what a phone for emergencies or a non internet phone, I highly recommend the quality made Nokia 105, £17.95p at Argos or if you want the top of the range, executive model there is the Nokia 130 with FM radio, MP 3 player and a camera for £24.95. Both phones are 2G, SIM free and the removable battery lasts 3 or 4 weeks on standby.

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Four Year 6 children from schools in England explain their feelings on going back to school, including their worry about spreading the virus, the difficulty of not being able to hug a friend and "getting back into happiness".


When we used to play basketball on the court, we could pass the ball to each other with our hands. I miss that. In the square I was in today we had tennis balls and I could bowl the ball, but I'd have to go and pick it up myself, no-one could catch it. If you were in the square with the footballs, you could kick the ball to someone, but not touch the ball with your hands or tackle anyone.

 

Four of my close friends have not returned to school.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-52906290

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4 minutes ago, Velma said:

Four Year 6 children from schools in England explain their feelings on going back to school, including their worry about spreading the virus, the difficulty of not being able to hug a friend and "getting back into happiness".


When we used to play basketball on the court, we could pass the ball to each other with our hands. I miss that. In the square I was in today we had tennis balls and I could bowl the ball, but I'd have to go and pick it up myself, no-one could catch it. If you were in the square with the footballs, you could kick the ball to someone, but not touch the ball with your hands or tackle anyone.

 

Four of my close friends have not returned to school.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-52906290

 

This is the most annoying thing of the lockdown and post-lockdown imposition is the effect and physcological damage to children, kept indoors, having to wear masks, playgrounds cordoned off with safety tape and so on. If someone had been away, cut off from any news and had just returned to civilisation they would have thought with all the precautions going on, millions had died in the UK.

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10 hours ago, Fluke said:

Only problem is you got to wait for the satellite to come around. Hang about there will be another one coming in a minute. Edit statellites :)

 

 

That's okay.  Elon Musk has taken care of it for you. He has just launched another 60 Starlink satellites.

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8 hours ago, Velma said:

 

The incubation period is from two to fourteen days, so one would expect hundreds of thousands of protestors, to have the cold in a fortnight, simultaneously.

 

So, I think we are on Day 12 of riots/protests in the States, so that pesky virus should start raising it's head anytime now, right? :classic_rolleyes:

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10 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

This is the most annoying thing of the lockdown and post-lockdown imposition is the effect and physcological damage to children, kept indoors, having to wear masks, playgrounds cordoned off with safety tape and so on. If someone had been away, cut off from any news and had just returned to civilisation they would have thought with all the precautions going on, millions had died in the UK.

 

I'm going to mail this to everyone responsible for ''Education' - the Ministers, Commisioners, Chairmen, Ofsted, whoever...

 

With regards to the “new abnormal” in schools, where children are being taught to fear their peers, incase they spread an alleged contagion, which they are neither susceptible to nor carry, it amounts to child abuse. To be isolated in 'boxes' and unable to demonstrate natural human behaviour, such as hugging, is cruelty. To be made to engage in OCD hand-washing, for a disease they do not have, is punishing. To be deprived of the tools of learning, books, toys, sports and social interaction, defeats the purpose of schooling.

 

As a qualified Teaching Assistant, a fundemental part of my job was to “safeguard” children from physical, mental, sexual and emotional abuse and to build up their self-esteem. To quote the Laming Report, “Every Child Matters” and their well-being is paramount. The enjoyment of good mental health, staying safe, being protected from harm and neglect, enjoying and achieving, getting the most out of life, are but hollow platitudes, if the role of teachers now, is to impart as much psychological damage as possible.

 

 

 

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The coronavirus pandemic is a "devastating blow" for the world economy, according to World Bank President David Malpass.

 

Mr Malpass warned that billions of people would have their livelihoods affected by the pandemic.

 

He said that the economic fallout could last for a decade.

 

In May, Mr Malpass warned that 60 million people could be pushed into "extreme poverty" by the effects of coronavirus.

 

The World Bank defines "extreme poverty" as living on less than $1.90 (£1.55) per person per day.

 

However, in an interview on Friday Mr Malpass said that more than 60 million people could find themselves with less than £1 per day to live on.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52939846

 

Malpass said, " the pain could be considerable."

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