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11 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

No.

 

ALL Viruses from HIV, EBV, CMV, Hepatitis C, West Nile Virus, Ebola, Measles, Zika, and Now the Coronavirus, are ALL Phantom Viruses - Viral Existence Has NEVER Been Scientifically Demonstrated and Never Proven!

 

https://www.drrobertyoung.com/post/dismantling-the-viral-theory

This is mind melting 😳. Thanks Velma 

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36 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

Exactly, same here, and neither have the group of people who I interact with on a regular basis - no one has had as much as a sniffle... 

 

I guess it's up to the individual. I do wear a mask because I have asthma and  I am very scared of not being able to breathe as 'covid19' apparently can diminish the respiratory system. If wearing a mask might save people from getting sick, I don't see the issue. Only my opinion of course

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10 minutes ago, Darryl Worthington said:

I guess it's up to the individual. I do wear a mask because I have asthma and  I am very scared of not being able to breathe as 'covid19' apparently can diminish the respiratory system. If wearing a mask might save people from getting sick, I don't see the issue. Only my opinion of course

 

How about spending some time wandering around this forum and looking at what information members have brought in..? 

BC 

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4 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

How about spending some time wandering around this forum and looking at what information members have bought in..? 

BC 

 

It's not our job to wake up the sheep, it's our job to awaken the sleeping lions! Grrrr...

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1 minute ago, Basket Case said:

 

How about spending some time wandering around this forum and looking at what information members have bought in..? 

BC 

Give me time dude. I only signed up this morning. If I'm on the fence about an issue ( and who can really say these days that they KNOW the truth), then I will play it safe. We should be allowed to make our own choices and speak our minds. Cheers 👍

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29 minutes ago, Noctua said:

 

 

Link below is US based, but surely the same applies in the UK?  Cash is legal tender.

 

COVID-19: the viral spread of cashless society? - Financial Times - Partner Content by Comarch (ft.com)

But one cannot marginalize the risks that a cashless society brings. It is convenient to pay with a card or phone, but this comes at the expense of privacy. Paper money guarantees anonymity to some extent, while digital money guarantees no anonymity at all. Banks, credit information suppliers, government institutions, not to mention payment organisations such as Mastercard which grew by nearly 45% since the pandemic started – all of them gain lots of profits from customer-generated data.

Plus, in the middle of a rapid transformation from a cash to cashless society, some of us forget about those who are not privileged enough to refrain from using cash. The undocumented, the elderly, the homeless.

The move of not accepting cash by some stores in the US has recently sparked lots of discussion. Since cash is a legal tender, it should be accepted everywhere. And so, cashless stores were banned this year in New York. Philadelphia, San Francisco, and New Jersey banned them in 2019.

 

In the UK cash is legal tender in a restaurant & im guessing supermarket as its food, but what Lidls is doing is making you queue in the main isles, rather than the self serve & they are notorious for opening the least amount of checkouts as possible. so you get massive long queues. As they are meant to be a budget shop..for the poor man lol. With all the people losing their jobs, homes..going bankrupt, so wont have a CREDIT or debit card.

Its a direct insult.

Never let a crisis go to waste..to push your cashless 666 agenda to enslave the people.

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Interesting claim in the beeb today Lockdown rule breaking debated as 2020 deaths revealed - BBC News

 

Summary

  1. Last year saw the largest increase in UK deaths in a single year since 1940, according to provisional ONS figures
  2. In 2020, nearly 697,000 deaths were registered, compared with an average of nearly 606,000 each year between 2015 and 2019
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Just now, Darryl Worthington said:

Give me time dude. I only signed up this morning. If I'm on the fence about an issue ( and who can really say these days that they KNOW the truth), then I will play it safe. We should be allowed to make our own choices and speak our minds. Cheers 👍

 

Your views are those given to you by the government and the mainstream media. 

This place brings in information that shows that they're flat out lying.. 

You're engaging here without having a proper look around at what is here. 

 

Can I ask you... Why did you join this forum? 

BC 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Interesting claim in the beeb today Lockdown rule breaking debated as 2020 deaths revealed - BBC News

 

Summary

  1. Last year saw the largest increase in UK deaths in a single year since 1940, according to provisional ONS figures
  2. In 2020, nearly 697,000 deaths were registered, compared with an average of nearly 606,000 each year between 2015 and 2019

"The data on deaths can be confusing" writes Nick Trggle, BBC Health correspondent.

 

On one hand, excess deaths are at their highest since World War Two, while on the other, death rates, once age and size of population are taken into account, are at their worst level for a little over a decade 'only'.

 

"How should that be interpreted?" he asks.

 

As more obfuscation, lies and fearmongering.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 

Never let a crisis go to waste..to push your cashless 666 agenda to enslave the people.

Just to add to that. There is also a massive liquidity crisis in the banking system right now - which is also why we see less cash around at the moment. Even down to personal experience where I know of people who have had to go through interviews to get out relatively moderate sums of physical currency out from the banks. Banks are in trouble!

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4 hours ago, Saved said:
4 hours ago, Frankieboy said:

Because restaurants are closed take away should refuse to serve police officers on duty or just ignore them! Lets see what the plod do then for there lunch break!

The absence of a sausage roll and iced donut would be enough to turn them against their masters.

and what would The members of Parlement do without their Resaurant, cant see any of them queuing in the nearest supermarket for Scotch Egg,Pringle and a Can of coke for their lunch

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3 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

In the UK cash is legal tender in a restaurant & im guessing supermarket as its food, but what Lidls is doing is making you queue in the main isles, rather than the self serve & they are notorious for opening the least amount of checkouts as possible. so you get massive long queues. As they are meant to be a budget shop..for the poor man lol. With all the people losing their jobs, homes..going bankrupt, so wont have a CREDIT or debit card.

Its a direct insult.

Never let a crisis go to waste..to push your cashless 666 agenda to enslave the people.

 

On 1/1/2021 at 1:28 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

Israeli Computer Vision Startup Raises $60 Million To Expand ‘Frictionless’ Checkout
https://www.forbes.com/sites/denisepower/2021/12/31/israeli-computer-vision-startup-raises-60-million-to-expand-frictionless-checkout/

 

'Without identifying supermarkets that will deploy the cashierless checkout system, called Easyout, Michael Gabay said Trigo is currently working with four tier 1 companies, including Tesco, one of the world’s largest grocers with stores across the United Kingdom, Ireland, Central Europe and Asia.'

 

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Just now, Mr H said:

Just to add to that. There is also a massive liquidity crisis in the banking system right now - which is also why we see less cash around at the moment. Even down to personal experience where I know of people who have had to go through interviews to get out relatively moderate sums of physical currency out from the banks. Banks are in trouble!

 

If you look at personal accounts from the great depression, this type of behaviour was typical from the banks at the start of that crisis (history repeating itself????)... Then as history shows it got worse and people had to wait, weeks/ months to get cash out from the banks...... Wouldn't be surprised if it happens again, but hoping I am dead wrong.

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16 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Interesting claim in the beeb today Lockdown rule breaking debated as 2020 deaths revealed - BBC News

 

Summary

  1. Last year saw the largest increase in UK deaths in a single year since 1940, according to provisional ONS figures
  2. In 2020, nearly 697,000 deaths were registered, compared with an average of nearly 606,000 each year between 2015 and 2019

 

Take a look at 2018.

616,000..

 

Considering that the NHS is withholding treatments for Millions of people I'm surprised that 2020 figure isn't higher. 

Add the suicides and the mass cull in Care Homes, I'd consider 2020 numbers to be very low. 

 

How many gravely ill people just 'sat it out' at home afraid to approach the NHS or were blocked ? 

 

Are 80,000 more deaths in this absolutely insane year really considered of 'Pandemic Proportions'? 

BC  

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

Take a look at 2018.

616,000..

 

Considering that the NHS is withholding treatments for Millions of people I'm surprised that 2020 figure isn't higher. 

Add the suicides and the mass cull in Care Homes, I'd consider 2020 numbers to be very low. 

BC  

 

 

Screenshot_20210112_163737_com.android.chrome.jpg

 

I also remember Ivor Cummings mentioning that 2019 was a "good" year for deaths, (if that's not an oxymoron I don't know what is! :) so some of those expected deaths spilled over to 2020. But yeah I should check the 2019 stats.

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9 minutes ago, Mr H said:

 

If you look at personal accounts from the great depression, this type of behaviour was typical from the banks at the start of that crisis (history repeating itself????)... Then as history shows it got worse and people had to wait, weeks/ months to get cash out from the banks...... Wouldn't be surprised if it happens again, but hoping I am dead wrong.

 

They use the same tried and tested modus operandi on the next generation, with the same outcome.

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