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Okay I'll look all of them in the eyes dying or not and I won't lie to them. One by one I'll tell her I always break the rules. I'll tell him I never keep a "safe" distance. I'll tell the last man the risk is real and it's unfortunate sorry about that mate. 

 

I can't stand the way they try and play onto our emotions. 

 

But I'm being serious I'm not fucking about anymore want to try guilt tripping me it's still not worth shutting down the whole economy. If they think putting me in front of a dying person is going to change that it won't. 

 

Oh and by the way sometimes I'll keep a distance if it's some 90 year old who's scared. I don't antagonise people at the same time I'm not going to change my behaviour by playing into the delusions of the public. 

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

Given the average age of a "COVID victim" is 83, what comforting words would Henry Kissinger give, I wonder.

 

quote-the-elderly-are-useless-eaters-hen

 

 

 

 

By his own logic, Kissinger is therefore himself a useless eater. NY rabbis had the right idea when they chucked the wizened old toad out of Judaism for his role in Project Paperclip.

 

Harry Enfield sketch is amusing but the film everyone on the forum should watch is 'Britannia Hospital' ... more relevant than ever, in its depiction of the insane abuse of medical power.

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7 hours ago, Mr H said:

And the 2021 award for gov propaganda goes to......

 

drum roll...............

 

The BBC of course! For this piece today explaining to the good ol public why vaccinating the vulnerable will STILL keep you locked in your rabbit hutches!

 

Covid: Why won't vaccinating the vulnerable end lockdown? - BBC News

 

Congrats to the bbc! 

Was quite surprised.  Read the first dozen or so comments. Seemed to be more not happy about lockdown end goalposts constantly being moved. Even had a noticeable support through likes for some comments.

Cant believe the beeb managed to not remove any inkling of dissent.

Are some of the indoctrinated waking up?

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6 hours ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

Grow and produce your own food.

 

Gradually develop a side-line business that does not require mask-wearing.

 

If you've got equity, downsize to a cheaper home and/or build a cabin in the woods.

 

If this state of affairs becomes permanent, then some of us will in effect be living in parallel to mainstream society. I already do to a very large extent.  The next stage for me will be to go off-grid somewhere in the UK.

Great ideas. Like to think I’m quite self sufficient. Obviously without a real-time pressure it’s difficult to know if what I have been doing is enough. Obviously an ongoing enterprise.

Would be interested where in U.K. you can go completely off grid. I know it’s not impossible but governments and local authorities make it bloody difficult. 

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On 1/21/2021 at 1:53 PM, SimonTV said:

 

If after 14 days of isolation they are free to go in to the public again, are they no longer infected? If they continue to be infected but are permitted in to public despite their lingering infection. The government is basically permitting infected people to spread the virus asymptomatically through policy. Unless there is no asymptomatic transmission...  🙄

Well, the study of nearly 10 million people in China (as reported in Nature) says that there is no asymptomatic transfer (or as near none as makes no difference), and if anyone can track contacts, it's the Chinese. It's "interesting" that our government completely ignores that study since fear of asymptomatic transfer supports their agenda and feeds the coffers of the testing companies

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On 1/21/2021 at 10:58 PM, numnuts said:

How can this even be a real story?

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9173953/Ministers-eye-astonishing-plan-testing-positive-Covid-one-payment-500.html

 

'The £500 Covid cashpoint: Minister eyes 'astonishing' plan to give EVERYONE who tests positive for virus a one-off payment to 'encourage more swabs'... at cost of £453million a WEEK.'

 

 

Still not enough to make up for 2 weeks' lost income and having to pay to get groceries delivered, if you are dumb enough to get tested (of course, you might not have a choice if you work in a care home). Must have shares in the testing companies

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Oh, this all looks so predictable. All the 'problems' and 'mistakes' being made with the vaccines, just so we can spend the rest of this year in lockdown while we wait for the microneedle array patch that Amazon can ship out to all of us to be stuck on at home. 

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11 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

COP26 (UN Climate Change Conference) is being held in Glasgow in the first week of November, and they are going to hold it at a conference centre (as opposed to virtually), so I am presuming at least the elite will be out of lockdown by then.  I wonder that grand new ideas they will come up with.  I am sure climate-lockdowns will be one of them as we have all done it so well in the rehearsal...

 

From the world of finance, they said the green summit would be joined by Blackrock chief executive Larry Fink, who has committed the world’s biggest investment fund to prioritise climate change in its holdings and pare down its stakes in coal projects.

The summit is also due to hear from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg, as well as the chief executives of HSBC, Barclays and Standard Chartered banks.

In addition, the event will debate “how private finance can work with government to ensure that green growth is able to boost the post-Covid global recovery”, the statement said.

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1 hour ago, k_j_evans said:

Well, the study of nearly 10 million people in China (as reported in Nature) says that there is no asymptomatic transfer (or as near none as makes no difference), and if anyone can track contacts, it's the Chinese. It's "interesting" that our government completely ignores that study since fear of asymptomatic transfer supports their agenda and feeds the coffers of the testing companies

 

Yes, exactly. They need the high case counts to justify the lockdowns and vaccinations. 

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2 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

not much credibility in that video???

 

We have the dates on the video, how else would it look? I guess it could be from a different date. *shrug* I got it from telegram. 

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11 hours ago, Brad the lad said:

Had a proper bad day today. It's not the controllers it's the people who are going to shaft us big time!

The firm I work for are coming down hard with the mask shit. Someone I know got grassed up by a customer today after leaving her house...nice as pie to his face...BITCH! He is medically excempt but they are still giving him shit and trying to fuck him off the firm!

 

I wish I could remind that type of person about what happens to collaborators. It's enough to make you want to make a date with a window and a breezeblock. 

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Because I suffer from arthritis and don't use pain killers because I have a bad reaction to them, I like to read up on natural remedies.

 

I've just started reading up on cat's claw which has a long list of purported medicinal uses and is reputed to have good anti-viral properties.

 

I found it interesting that on the Web MD site, there is an added warming re some (unsubstantiated) claim that it may stop your immune system from fighting Covid 19.

 

This looks to me like a typically half-assed attempt to deter people from using cat's claw because (I'm surmising) it may actually be useful in combatting the common flu that goes by the name of Covid.

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Because I suffer from arthritis and don't use pain killers because I have a bad reaction to them, I like to read up on natural remedies.

 

I've just started reading up on cat's claw which has a long list of purported medicinal uses and is reputed to have good anti-viral properties.

 

I found it interesting that on the Web MD site, there is an added warming re some (unsubstantiated) claim that it may stop your immune system from fighting Covid 19.

 

This looks to me like a typically half-assed attempt to deter people from using cat's claw because (I'm surmising) it may actually be useful in combatting the common flu that goes by the name of Covid.

 

 

 

There is no covid19.

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