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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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29 minutes ago, YHWHisgracious said:

From the uk i just noticed the story about the amazon warehouse in redlands burning down. Anybody know the story behind that one?

 

Probably a part of protest? SLAVE workforce at Amazon? Mind you I thought everyone has already been replaced by AI picking up orders.... :classic_rolleyes:

They pulled a statue in Bristol.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52954305

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More proof SARS-CoV-2 is a bio-weapon as only 10% develop antibodies. 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8396195/Professor-says-10-people-coronavirus-develop-antibodies.html#article-8396195

 

The reason this is 100% a bio-weapon is that the virus appears to mimic type A blood, which is why more Type A people have been getting it and are dying. Type O and B people will have an immediate immune reaction to type A blood or the virus (that looks like type A material) if their immune system is functioning normally.  Type A people let the virus  in as it is cloaked to their immune system as Type A protein. So they won't pick it up until it impacts the cellular machinery and the T-Cells or NK cells do their work. The lack of anti-bodies tell us that type As innate response can't detect the virus  proteins,  people with blood and O and B will already have type A antibodies anyway so no test would work for this. 

 

100% this was a bio-weapon!!! Basically a normal Coronavirus that has been cloaked with a type A blood spike! 

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22 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

More proof SARS-CoV-2 is a bio-weapon as only 10% develop antibodies. 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8396195/Professor-says-10-people-coronavirus-develop-antibodies.html#article-8396195

 

The reason this is 100% a bio-weapon is that the virus appears to mimic type A blood, which is why more Type A people have been getting it and are dying. Type O and B people will have an immediate immune reaction to type A blood or the virus (that looks like type A material) if their immune system is functioning normally.  Type A people let the virus  in as it is cloaked to their immune system as Type A protein. So they won't pick it up until it impacts the cellular machinery and the T-Cells or NK cells do their work. The lack of anti-bodies tell us that type As innate response can't detect the virus  proteins,  people with blood and O and B will already have type A antibodies anyway so no test would work for this. 

 

100% this was a bio-weapon!!! Basically a normal Coronavirus that has been cloaked with a type A blood spike! 

 

I have a different take.  The reason only 10% develop antibodies is because the other 90% were never actually infected with Covid in the first place.  This is what happens when you use a test kit that is so flawed even a banana test positive, and this is what happens when you label everyone with runny nose or cough a Corona victim.

 

All studies have the exact same thing in common with respect to data - garbage in leads to garbage out.

 

 

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It's emerging that this 'Test and Track' (sorry, trace) app just doesn't work.

 

Test and Trace discovers 131 new Covid-19 cases in Birmingham - but only few contacts tracked down

MPs and council chiefs express alarm in urgent letter to Health Secretary Matt Hancock as the first picture of how the Test and Trace system is working locally emerges

 

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A total of 131 new positive cases of Covid-19 were alerted in Birmingham in the first days of the new Test and Trace scheme, we can reveal today.

But local health chiefs have no idea where in the city those cases are, very few contacts have been traced, nor is it clear what should happen next.

In around 50 cases there is no evidence that the person newly infected has even been contacted by tracers - and among those who have, the information gathered has been minimal, with very few 'contacts' alerted. Just 58 contacts have been identified in total.

Today the city's MPs and council leader Ian Ward raised the alarm in an urgent missive to Health Secretary Matt Hancock, warning that the system - hurriedly launched last week and hailed as "world beating" - is far from ready to cope with spikes in infection as the city begins to emerge from lockdown.

Their comments come just as a new study reveals the R rate, a measure of infection, is rising across the Midlands and is perilously close to 1 again. It has reached 1 in some areas of the country, including the South West and North West.

 

Obviously its not a very good tracking app, if health chiefs "have no idea where in the city those cases are".

 

Meanwhile in neighbouring Sandwell, their director of public health added:

 

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"If we are going to relax restrictions we need to identify people quickly and get them to self isolate, and quickly get their contacts and get them to self isolate too. The system is not ready to do that effectively yet. We risk going back to the place we were at the end of April, where we really don't want to be," she added.

 

Anyone get the feeling that some people just don't want the lockdown to end?

 

Or do 'they' want this 'test and trace' system in place, so they can randomly 'force' people into self-isolation? You know, 'people of interest' and all that?

 

Another concern being raised is:

 

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Public information about Test and Trace only appears in English "and hence may not be accessible to diverse groups" - this needs to be urgently addressed, they say.

 

Well fuck me, last time I checked the national language of the United Kingdom was English, and it was also the most commonly spoken language too. "But diversity", well I know councils like to waste money translating documents and leaflets into a multitude of languages, but come on, is it not time the question was asked why so many people in the UK can't understand a word of English?

 

And typical Labour MP Liam Byrne comes out with the following:

 

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"I’ve warned for weeks now that unlocking too fast risks a double spike in the virus and a double dip recession.

"We can’t safely unlock everyone until we’ve got a system that locks down those we know are ill. That’s why we needed trace and trace in place before unlock - not after it.

"Once again the Government seems determined to shut the door after the horse has bolted. And when some communities like our BAME communities are being so much harder hit than others, frankly that’s not acceptable. A slower unlock is a safer unlock - but a proper track and system would be safest of all."

 

Ah, because the 'coronavirus' is racist, isn't it?

 

And what's with the use of the words 'lock' and 'unlock'? Those who hold the key, are the ones in control. This isn't about 'safely ending' the lockdown, its about having a mechanism in place in order to have maximum control over the populace.

 

Oh, and here's a prediction, when a vaccine becomes available, watch for the calls for it to be given to the 'BAME communities' first.

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can someone tell me the name of that conference back in the 20th century which ran through the global plan? . a journalist took notes 

 

david icke mentions it a few times but i cant remember its title. 

 

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57 minutes ago, zArk said:

can someone tell me the name of that conference back in the 20th century which ran through the global plan? . a journalist took notes 

 

david icke mentions it a few times but i cant remember its title. 

 

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Project for the New American Century (PNAC) ?

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

It's emerging that this 'Test and Track' (sorry, trace) app just doesn't work.

 

Test and Trace discovers 131 new Covid-19 cases in Birmingham - but only few contacts tracked down

MPs and council chiefs express alarm in urgent letter to Health Secretary Matt Hancock as the first picture of how the Test and Trace system is working locally emerges

 

0_Coronavirus.jpg

 

 

Obviously its not a very good tracking app, if health chiefs "have no idea where in the city those cases are".

 

Meanwhile in neighbouring Sandwell, their director of public health added:

 

 

Anyone get the feeling that some people just don't want the lockdown to end?

 

Or do 'they' want this 'test and trace' system in place, so they can randomly 'force' people into self-isolation? You know, 'people of interest' and all that?

 

Another concern being raised is:

 

 

Well fuck me, last time I checked the national language of the United Kingdom was English, and it was also the most commonly spoken language too. "But diversity", well I know councils like to waste money translating documents and leaflets into a multitude of languages, but come on, is it not time the question was asked why so many people in the UK can't understand a word of English?

 

And typical Labour MP Liam Byrne comes out with the following:

 

 

Ah, because the 'coronavirus' is racist, isn't it?

 

And what's with the use of the words 'lock' and 'unlock'? Those who hold the key, are the ones in control. This isn't about 'safely ending' the lockdown, its about having a mechanism in place in order to have maximum control over the populace.

 

Oh, and here's a prediction, when a vaccine becomes available, watch for the calls for it to be given to the 'BAME communities' first.

 

And I'm wondering how many of these 131 people always leave their phone at home anyway. :classic_rolleyes:

Test is falwed, so can the tracing app.

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So presuming the idea is to de populate the world in a huge way does that mean these sicko's simply give up on accumulating money on the scales that they have been for such a long time? For an eternity wealth has seemed to be what has been desired with the 99% simply being pawns/slaves but what about in this new world order? Will that no longer matter?

Ive heard of nesara/gesara meantioned a few times elsewhere....is this part of the plan or just nothing?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, YHWHisgracious said:

So presuming the idea is to de populate the world in a huge way does that mean these sicko's simply give up on accumulating money on the scales that they have been for such a long time? For an eternity wealth has seemed to be what has been desired with the 99% simply being pawns/slaves but what about in this new world order? Will that no longer matter?

 

 

 

They will just use automation to have abundance instead in my opinion, and that's why we're reaching the end game now that they have the tech and no longer need the great unwashed to prop them up.

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51 minutes ago, YHWHisgracious said:

Yes but in a world where population is so low who is the consumer wanting or needing this stuff?

i think a goal on their path is to download their consciousness into tech 

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3 hours ago, zArk said:

can someone tell me the name of that conference back in the 20th century which ran through the global plan? . a journalist took notes 

 

david icke mentions it a few times but i cant remember its title. 

 

ta

Was it Global 2000? https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/master_file/global2000.htm

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