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Just now, perpetual said:

Problem with Ukrain/Belarus is that the land is still radioactive from Chernobyl. :(

Otherwise, I'd go there. If you have an internet, you can make a living anywhere.

Internet is cheap here I live in Ukraine on the border with Russia background radiation isn’t to bad.

west coast of North America  will be worse soon.

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I used to live in Chile for a while, interesting country, real place of have and have nots. disgusted with the way the police turned on their students last year though. 

My wife is C Rican, we are definitely considering returning there to live in the future. Of course getting there could be a problem. No real lockdowns there though masks mandatory everywhere. You wonder though will the place be overrun by drug gangs in the future, no army there though am sure those nice people in the UN could lend them some robocops

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1 minute ago, owen said:

I used to live in Chile for a while, interesting country, real place of have and have nots. disgusted with the way the police turned on their students last year though. 

My wife is C Rican, we are definitely considering returning there to live in the future. Of course getting there could be a problem. No real lockdowns there though masks mandatory everywhere. You wonder though will the place be overrun by drug gangs in the future, no army there though am sure those nice people in the UN could lend them some robocops

I lived in Costa Rica for a couple years,really nice people but the country is very polluted now with glyphosates and  other herbicides/pesticides no real regulations on them 10x the amount per acre they use in the states find a organize farm to buy food off.other then that it’s a nice place the cartels can’t be any worse then the government.

 

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21 hours ago, Velma said:

 

Care homes have been out of bounds for the best part of 2020, with no visits permitted and the elderly have been dying alone and neglected. All staff are required to wear PPE and abide by the ‘hands, face, space’ regulations. The residents have since received vaccines, although they still have to isolate themselves from family and friends. So, how in the name of hell has the death rate tripled? How are they getting infected? From what or by whom? The number of deaths should be in rapid decline, not exponentially increasing. Their story does not compute. Unless of course, vaccines are killing them.

 

Again, this is where the majority are failing to make the connections and ask the pertinent questions.

 

People locked away in care homes with no visitors should be at 'less risk', yet as you say the care home deaths are increasing.

 

But nobody is questioning this! (Apart from us more-switched on folks of course)

 

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21 hours ago, Velma said:

Care homes have been out of bounds for the best part of 2020, with no visits permitted and the elderly have been dying alone and neglected. All staff are required to wear PPE and abide by the ‘hands, face, space’ regulations. The residents have since received vaccines, although they still have to isolate themselves from family and friends. So, how in the name of hell has the death rate tripled? How are they getting infected? From what or by whom? The number of deaths should be in rapid decline, not exponentially increasing. Their story does not compute. Unless of course, vaccines are killing them.

This is bang on Velma, so well put, any real 'journalist' right now would be barking this at handcock live on telly, along with:  Why since facemasks has the virus rate gone up?   Why are you still putting down on the death certificate that people are dying from covid when they were clearly trampled to death by a herd of unicorns?
And yes - people die after having a vaccine jab?  Is it the vaccine that killed them (yes it was) - or was it the stampede of unicorns AND the convid -  the covid that they didn't have before?  jeez?

I am hearing alot of stories of people I know round here, alot of them, are saying, my mates nan, or my mates uncle etc... died of a heart attack, stroke, but they put covid on the death cert.

Can death certs still be challenged by the relatives?  If so - the government have got a big job on their hands...

 

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Going back to something that has been mentioned a few times in this thread already...

Anal Swabs

 

Stop that it's silly Monty Python - quickmeme

Come on! As I've stated on many occasions I'm no doctor or medical professional. So where is the scientific evidence (as well as the logic) that the presence of a virus that causes respiratory diseases is best identified by swabbing the inside of the anal rectum?

 

It was only last year when people were being assured that 'stomach acids will kill the virus' following some faux-concern about coronavirus surviving on food.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Act like you've got it, that's easy-peasy. You do not need to be RADA/drama school trained for that. Do they want you to do the "Wuhan break dancing" convulsions as well?

 

16x9

 

 

Problem is “got it” has a very different meaning for different folks

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I'm not going to link to it because he is a cunt, but Tony Blair is front and centre on The Independent with an article about how we should be vaccinated more and faster.  He chose his time well to crawl out of the shadows. Seeing more of him now than we have in years.

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4 hours ago, Captain Falcon said:

They're basically saying "look, we know it's all a scam and there's actually no evidence for the virus, so just pretend you've got it so we can carry on systematically dismantling the country, your lives, and your freedom".

 

A virus so virulent and deadly that they need to ask people to pretend they have it. 

 

We should all lay down on the pavement an act dead, see what happens then.😂

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7 minutes ago, Noctua said:

I'm not going to link to it because he is a cunt, but Tony Blair is front and centre on The Independent with an article about how we should be vaccinated more and faster.  He chose his time well to crawl out of the shadows. Seeing more of him now than we have in years.

I was wondering about this twat the other day, why has he suddenly become one of the voices for vaccines? Has he done it off his own back or is he being paid to spout his shite? 

It's quite weird choosing him to front the campaign if you think about it as he's regarded as untrustworthy by a large section of the UK population. 

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Covid-19: How to break the cycle of lockdowns

There are four steps to get to a new normal.

Firstly, we need to continue to vaccinate the entire adult population as quickly as possible to prevent long covid, severe illness, hospitalisations, and deaths. It is likely that this will also greatly reduce transmission, although we do not yet know by how much.

Secondly, we need to have strong restrictions in place until we have driven cases back down to levels last seen in the summer. Enhancing restrictions with a concerted effort to make workplaces safer and supporting self-isolation will greatly reduce the length of time needed.

Thirdly, we need to rebuild local contact tracing capability to aggressively drive cases down further as restrictions are eased and to spot and stamp down on new outbreaks in the months and years to come. This includes easily accessible tests, testing of all close contacts, and financial and practical support to isolate for those who test positive and their contacts. Investment in quicker, easier tests (such as saliva tests, provided accuracy was reasonable) would be enormously useful in supporting this effort, as would other tools such as monitoring waste water for traces of the virus.

Fourthly, we need strong border control with negative tests before and after travel and 14 day managed isolation on entry for everyone (including returning citizens). As we reach zero community transmission, any new community transmission that cannot be traced must be contained with local, short term, tight restrictions, as in Australia. On the other hand, travel corridors with other zero internal transmission countries could be explored.

I don’t know, however, if any single country can realistically exit the pandemic unless all countries do. Without global suppression, a vaccine resistant strain is likely to emerge and covid will spread again. That’s why the ultimate solution is for the UK to work internationally to ensure rapid vaccination and a robust strategy for monitoring transmission, identifying new variants, and coordinated border control.

Christina Pagel, director, Clinical Operational Research Unit, University College London, UK.

Competing interests: None declared.

 

https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2021/01/27/covid-19-how-to-break-the-cycle-of-lockdowns/

 

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University College London


Date: November 2016 
Purpose: to create a new manufacturing platform to enable ultra-low cost, high quality, recombinant subunit vaccines at 15¢ a dose for global health initiatives 
Amount: $7,723,735 
Term: 59 
Topic: Enteric and Diarrheal Diseases , Vaccine Development 
Program: Global Health 
Grantee Location: London 
Grantee Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ 


 

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4 hours ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

here: https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/19043944.coronavirus-outbreak-22-deaths-pemberley-house-care-home/?fbclid=IwAR2Mz6KTuBISEAeE9ZUF-_ZxY-j0R7S1-U1TsIpD_vN_ClsfEc4V461nAd0

 

With regards to how many older people are dying in care homes after the jab, here's yet another item regarding this:
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 We’re going to see this story play out over and over again.  Thanks. I’ll put it in the vaccine thread too. 

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17 hours ago, SimonTV said:

Guys I have tried to make a summary of everything. If you can please update with sources or links or sections and text, whatever you think and then make a new paste and send it back to me. I have someone in the media that is interested in the information. 

 

https://pastebin.com/HUfUxtHe

 

I am not registered to use Pastebin but you are welcome to use my locally saved sources via this WeTransfer link.

 

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