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1 hour ago, truth_seeker90 said:

I'd love to see their surprise when more then half the people don't take the jab. They can't keep us all from doing anything or every business will fail and so will their tax revenues. All the biggest performers will not perform in front of half empty stadiums either. They can shove their health passport.

 

If ordinary doctors and nurses begin to see healthy people whom they have jabbed with this poison, ending up with alarming disabilities, for which they are responsible, it might prick their conscience and they will refuse to administer it. Cue the robots....

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12 minutes ago, Artmuzz said:

Wee Jimmy Krankie is at it again trying to be the first with those draconian restrictions.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9138619/Nicola-Sturgeon-set-tighten-lockdown-rules-Scotland.html

Alcohol consumption outdoors in all Level 4 areas of Scotland will be banned, under new regulations, meaning anyone who buys takeaway alcohol must consume it in their own home. 

 

WHY?

 

What is the rational behind this?

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Vaccines 24/7 

Asda first store to administer the vaccine .

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9141771/No10-vows-trial-24-7-Covid-jabs-GPs-parts-UK-having-PAUSE-vaccinations.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ico=taboola_feed

Listening to Bojo talking bollocks on Liaison Committee, it's a total pantomime, if I hear the words Astrazenca , Moderna and Pfizer again I think I will snap .

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1 minute ago, Velma said:

Alcohol consumption outdoors in all Level 4 areas of Scotland will be banned, under new regulations, meaning anyone who buys takeaway alcohol must consume it in their own home. 

 

WHY?

 

What is the rational behind this?

What about the homeless alcoholics, where are they gonna drink their Buckfast ?

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33 minutes ago, buddsy said:

 

I do agree with you however the Gov were required to discuss not making the vaccine compulsary (despite being a white wash)

 

As point 2 I am happy to be on a Gov list of dissenter as I do not Consent

 

Also I would say publicity adds to help get ideas out there. If more people could stand up and say I want nothing to do with this many people would want to join and not feel alone.

 

buddsy

 

You're correct that making popular refusal to be bullied or coerced into taking an untested vaccine more visible would embolden others who have their doubts but are told by the media that they are a tiny minority of antisocial misfits

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At this stage of the covid new normal its most disconcerning to realise that the old normal was also constructed on a tissue of lies and supported by huge whoppers

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54 minutes ago, Liam3880 said:

I’ve tested positive myself, I feel great though another right days till I can stop self isolating apparently 

 

Take the jab...... have you taken out a funeral plan yet?...:)
 

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21 minutes ago, rideforever said:

PCR  Court Cases
Anyone know of a list of court cases involved PCR ?

 

Doesn't matter how many court cases there are...... and the PCR test can be EASILY shown to be not fit for purpose--the Gov will never listen to the argument.

They make up "laws" now as as when they want to..... they ignore the British constitution (which never really existed), the Magna Carta and various other laws.

 

One of the issues that bothers me is the FACT that the UK Gov are receiving funds from GATES, as are many of the politicians. Whiffy  and Vallance are on the boards of vaccine and pharmaceutical companies and the BBC propaganda arm of the Gov also get funding from Gates...... I SEE A CONFLICT OF INTEREST!  In normal circumstances, this is a sacking offence--or a resignation issue.

WHO IS POINTING THIS OUT?

 

 

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If the authorities try making the covid jabs mandatory and implement measures such as refusing passports, employment, entry into bars, restaurants etc, on the grounds of not being vaccinated, then you know that the government's intentions are definitely not honourable (when have they ever been?!) and instead, as many of us already suspect, the ruling class harbours a much more sinister motive for attempting to force the public into receiving these magical mystery injections.

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29 minutes ago, Aryan Uprising said:

If the authorities try making the covid jabs mandatory and implement measures such as refusing passports, employment, entry into bars, restaurants etc, on the grounds of not being vaccinated, then you know that the government's intentions are definitely not honourable (when have they ever been?!) and instead, as many of us already suspect, the ruling class harbours a much more sinister motive for attempting to force the public into receiving these magical mystery injections.

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I think I have a pretty good idea what these 'hotels' might slowly morph into.

 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavirus/nhs-may-move-patients-into-hotels-as-hancock-says-end-of-restrictions-impossible-to-know/ar-BB1cHVoN?

 

'NHS may move patients into hotels - as Hancock says end of restrictions 'impossible to know'.'

 

'The health secretary said the NHS Nightingale Hospital in London had begun taking patients as "back-up", but that ministers had alternative plans "in case there's more that's needed".'

 

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46 minutes ago, zArk said:

Highwire highlights how vaccine trial missed off 3300 subjects displaying symptoms which would have made it 29% efficent. Rubbishing the 95% 

 

https://podbay.fm/p/the-highwire-with-del-bigtree/e/1610399293

My understanding on how the regulators audit the vaccine companies is that unlike in a financial audit where the auditors come in and get the data themselves to validate, the regulators in this instance request the data to be sent by the companies. So I wouldn't believe a word of how effective they are from any regulatory authority. How effective it is we will see in reality with our own eyes.

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2 minutes ago, Sexpistol50 said:

Thanks , so they wait for you to book an appointment and i take it if you don't , they will probably phone you to ask why you haven't ?

 

I imagine he will start to get hassling calls in a week or so?

I told him to tell them to F-off lol

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