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22 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

 

Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test did not like Fauci very much. This video has been put up before but in case you missed it

 

 

I'm not one for conspiracy theories :-D but very curious timing of his 'death'

 

COVIDgate: Awfully suspicious that biocehmist Kary Mullis who invented the PCR test died on August 7, 2019.

https://stateofthenation.co/?p=30925

 

Then theres the lovely Brandy Vaughan.....reminds me of the 'suicide' of David Kelly...

 

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You wont believe this.   I just went down Lidls to get some steak.   Security guard calls me out as I walk past & I ignore him. Gets my steak walks to the credit only till

Some images of today's demonstration in London (not taken by me personally).                

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3 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

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It also kills friendships.

The workshop that always does any work needed on my car has been shut for the last 3 weeks.

I was quite worried as it is a one man business and I have become very friendly with the guy that runs it over the last 10 years. 

Today, I noticed it was open and pulled up to find out why he'd been closed for so long......"I've had Covid" he said.....I laughed and said   "There's no such thing, you've had a bad cold or flu, quite common at this time of year for a bloke of your age" (He's 61).

You'd have thought I'd told him I'd just shagged his wife by the way he went into a rage....called me a fucking nutter and more or less chased me out of the place.

He's now a fully paid up member of the Branch Covidians.

What a melt.

Won't be taking my car there again, that's for sure.

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I don't know how to find it without a huge headache but 'Fluke' said something yesterday I wanted to go back to as I didn't put a like on it at the time. It was about us looking at our beliefs and realising they *are* beliefs, and as such probably/definitely have some cognitive bias. It's one of the most important things in a person's growth to realise this, I believe. For many reasons, mostly because of our upbringing, we are biassed, it's inevitable. The best thing we can do is check our sources and references but unless we're experts we're all choosing the experts that match our bias. 

 

For example, two people I've told in real life that I don't believe any of this crap have said, so you're right wing? Hello? Nope. Brought up old Labour, definitely never right wing. I don't care who you'd vote for, I still have my beliefs about the so called virus and it's nothing to do with my politics. Why are people joining camps according to their political views? My gut tells me I'm right, but it's not political and I realise I MIGHT BE WRONG. I just don't believe so. Had to get that off my chest. Really liked Fluke's post.

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1 hour ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

It also kills friendships.

The workshop that always does any work needed on my car has been shut for the last 3 weeks.

I was quite worried as it is a one man business and I have become very friendly with the guy that runs it over the last 10 years. 

Today, I noticed it was open and pulled up to find out why he'd been closed for so long......"I've had Covid" he said.....I laughed and said   "There's no such thing, you've had a bad cold or flu, quite common at this time of year for a bloke of your age" (He's 61).

You'd have thought I'd told him I'd just shagged his wife by the way he went into a rage....called me a fucking nutter and more or less chased me out of the place.

He's now a fully paid up member of the Branch Covidians.

What a melt.

Won't be taking my car there again, that's for sure.

Yet another undercover covid-sucker, now revealed in his true colours, bollocks to him ziggy.image.png.ae771800d204d74ac3853daf71af8185.png
I was never a believer in the term 'man-flu' but, next time you walk past his garage, toss him one of these badges.
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4 hours ago, SimonTV said:

Can anyone find the BMJ study about there being little to no risk of asymptomatic transmission after studying 10 million people in China? It seems to have vanished, I do see a lot of news articles about it but none link to the study. I found some articles discussing the study on BMJ, where they try to down play it of course. Maybe they are covering it up because they didn't like the conclusion. 

Is it this one? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33219229/
 

Stringent COVID-19 control measures were imposed in Wuhan between January 23 and April 8, 2020. Estimates of the prevalence of infection following the release of restrictions could inform post-lockdown pandemic management. Here, we describe a city-wide SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid screening programme between May 14 and June 1, 2020 in Wuhan. All city residents aged six years or older were eligible and 9,899,828 (92.9%) participated. No new symptomatic cases and 300 asymptomatic cases (detection rate 0.303/10,000, 95% CI 0.270-0.339/10,000) were identified. There were no positive tests amongst 1,174 close contacts of asymptomatic cases. 107 of 34,424 previously recovered COVID-19 patients tested positive again (re-positive rate 0.31%, 95% CI 0.423-0.574%). The prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in Wuhan was therefore very low five to eight weeks after the end of lockdown.

 

Found by clicking on reference 16 of this https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4851

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Bradfords new I - Walker scheme!!!!    🤣

A paid twat to walk around the town centre with a tell-a-vision on his shoulders/head.

Great stuff - well done Bradford Council!    Great to see first hand what your freemason bosses have decided how to 'keep everyone safe'

They have been forced to remove their once proud explanation off facebook due to so many negative replies.
This comes after Bradford Council warned residents that they were forced to increase the Council tax in the coming year, and then they go and spend the taxpayers money on this....... 


 

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17 minutes ago, KTgran said:

 It was about us looking at our beliefs and realising they *are* beliefs, and as such probably/definitely have some cognitive bias. It's one of the most important things in a person's growth to realise this, I believe. For many reasons, mostly because of our upbringing, we are biased, it's inevitable. The best thing we can do is check our sources and references but unless we're experts we're all choosing the experts that match our bias. 

 

 

Personally, I've always shaped my belief system with this pretty reliable method...........If it has feathers, a beak, waddles and quacks, it's highly likely it's a duck.

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1 hour ago, skitzorat said:

I'm not one for conspiracy theories :-D but very curious timing of his 'death'

 

COVIDgate: Awfully suspicious that biocehmist Kary Mullis who invented the PCR test died on August 7, 2019.

https://stateofthenation.co/?p=30925

 

Then theres the lovely Brandy Vaughan.....reminds me of the 'suicide' of David Kelly...

 

He was worth 15 million dollars and had several ex wives. He once confided that LSD inspired his PCR test device. He was also a consultant for the OJ Simpson trial. He was 74 when he passed.

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20 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

golds gotta rise soon

 

I believe we are on the cusp... gold & silver sill price suppressed and currently standing at £1352/oz.

 

If you've any spare cash, get in on gold a silver now before Uncle Klaus pushes the big red reset button because after that it's anyone's guess where it's going to but it certainly won't be down...

 

This is why all the governments are racking up enormous debts to pay for their various covid schemes.. they know they won't have to pay it back!

 

 

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2 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said:

If you've any spare cash, get in on gold a silver now before Uncle Klaus pushes the big red reset button because after that it's anyone's guess where it's going to but it certainly won't be down...

 

Sorry but do you really think they intend to allow you to keep that metal?

 

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8 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

I believe we are on the cusp... gold & silver sill price suppressed and currently standing at £1352/oz.

 

If you've any spare cash, get in on gold a silver now before Uncle Klaus pushes the big red reset button because after that it's anyone's guess where it's going to but it certainly won't be down...

 

This is why all the governments are racking up enormous debts to pay for their various covid schemes.. they know they won't have to pay it back!

 

 

 

Hope you're right.....I personally have around 50% of all I own in gold and have done for years.

I was quite happy when it hit £1559.00 an ounce on the 6th August.....How it's fallen by over £200 and ounce in the 6 months since I'll never know.

It's fallen by £80 in just over two weeks!

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No idea if local only in Germany, but my family there just told me that they have new mask rules in their area. You have to wear a "special" mask to go into shops - not these throwaway ones we have. Think they are referring to the medical grade ones. Apparently almost impossible to breathe in.

 

Sometimes these things catch on in other countries, so just making people aware this is a possibilty here.

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8 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Hope you're right.....I personally have around 50% of all I own in gold and have done for years.

I was quite happy when it hit £1559.00 an ounce on the 6th August.....How it's fallen by over £200 and ounce in the 6 months since I'll never know.

It's fallen by £80 in just over two weeks!

 

Or you could view it, the dollar has risen in value in two weeks, but we of course know that currency has no real value.

 

But yes, to any other person who hasn't already - agree with the other post above - if you don't have your money in real assets the next few years you can say hasta la vista to your wealth.

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1 hour ago, Odie Hatzcats said:

 

Not sure if this is the one you want:

 

https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4851

 

Which links to the actual study pdf:

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7679396/pdf/41467_2020_Article_19802.pdf

 

 


This image is clipped from the BMJ article and I have posted both on social media to quickly highlight a couple of key points. 

 

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

Personally, I've always shaped my belief system with this pretty reliable method...........If it has feathers, a beak, waddles and quacks, it's highly likely it's a duck.

I know. Now I've posted I've been thinking about how nothing at all in the world could change my mind about all of this. I'd stake my life on it and will possibly have to. But if I can admit cognitive bias then maybe I'm just wishing 'the other side' ;) could too.  I can't find Fluke's post now, but he said it better than I can. I was probably reading around the forum and reading folks total conviction about 'their' religion and it struck home. Also, the posts yesterday about trying to persuade others of our opinion . It doesn't usually work. They're going to read their usual sources.

I'll get me coat. 

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