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. ..Each of these discarded masks represents a potential biohazard2 that must be managed in a similar way to discarded hypodermic needles and syringes.

Other concerns—such as contamination by touching the mask then touching other surfaces and fomites—have already been highlighted.

 

Additionally, the value of masks to protect other members of the public is diminished if they are incorrectly worn. As anaesthetists we have seen other health professionals in our hospital wear masks in a variety of ways—below the nose, on the chin—because of the discomfort they cause.3

 

Why should we expect the public to exhibit greater care in their mask wearing to ensure that the benefits outweigh the risks?

 

https://www.bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m2012

 

 

Went for a walk around town & counted 8 discarded masks in the street.

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On 8/29/2020 at 10:34 AM, Clubsandwich said:


Mark my words, this is coming to a town near you and I in the not too distant future.

 

Is there any push back to this from the French public? Or are they as brainwashed as our lot over here?

not the same law system for UK. France is a civil code system... all people are recognised as civilians, subject to the State

The UK recognises people and sovereignty. the people are not subject to the state

 

So it follows that it requires an overhaul of the entire law system to mandate masks for everyone

 

so mark my words, the establishment of UK value their sovereignty and will not abandon it.

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1 hour ago, zArk said:

not the same law system for UK. France is a civil code system... all people are recognised as civilians, subject to the State

The UK recognises people and sovereignty. the people are not subject to the state

 

So it follows that it requires an overhaul of the entire law system to mandate masks for everyone

 

so mark my words, the establishment of UK value their sovereignty and will not abandon it.

They’ve already been mandated in shops?

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My psychotherapist phoned me today to see how a I am doing. Usually I see my psychotherapist every week but due to the scamdemic lockdown she phones from time to time.
 

Anyway, I nearly got into an argument with her when I told her I cannot wear masks in shops as it makes me feel claustrophobic and nearly gives me panic attacks. She didn’t seem pleased and told me that I should be wearing a mask to protect myself and others from COVID-19. I then told her that wearing masks doesn’t protect from any diseases or viruses and is nothing but an enslavement statement from the government.

 

She laughed and told me to stop reading into conspiracy theories as it will be bad for my anxiety and panic disorder yet she wants me to wear stupid mask which make my anxiety worse. Unbelievable eh.

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@Artmuzz unbelievable ? well the horrific situation is that most people , apart from the top level controllers way beyond any discourse we have, truely  believe they are helping everyone and society

They believe in virus germ theory entirely. 

The vast majority of arguments being held are based upon this theory, terrain theory is not accepted

 

Ignorance is truly terrifiying 

 

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1 hour ago, Artmuzz said:

My psychotherapist phoned me today to see how a I am doing. Usually I see my psychotherapist every week but due to the scamdemic lockdown she phones from time to time.
 

Anyway, I nearly got into an argument with her when I told her I cannot wear masks in shops as it makes me feel claustrophobic and nearly gives me panic attacks. She didn’t seem pleased and told me that I should be wearing a mask to protect myself and others from COVID-19. I then told her that wearing masks doesn’t protect from any diseases or viruses and is nothing but an enslavement statement from the government.

 

She laughed and told me to stop reading into conspiracy theories as it will be bad for my anxiety and panic disorder yet she wants me to wear stupid mask which make my anxiety worse. Unbelievable eh.

 

If you suffer from anxiety and panic disorder then you are exempt from wearing a mask. The mask can make your condition worse, did she even consider that? Obviously not. What a stupid ignorant woman.

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If you suffer from anxiety and panic disorder then you are exempt from wearing a mask. The mask can make your condition worse, did she even consider that? Obviously not. What a stupid ignorant woman.


She demanded that it is important to wear a mask no matter how uncomfortable it will be which is making the credibility of her knowledge of anxiety disorders highly questionable. I am thinking she could be just saying this to keep her job safe with the NHS.

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Do we need this shit, really??

Like we come here for a dose of sanity to oppose  all the virtue signalling bollocks.

Do we really need videos and images of lady fucking gaga being posted on these threads?

We already know she's a c*nt. I don't visit this site to see more images of an agenda pushing bitch.

If I wanted to see that I'd be tuned into MSM.

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Our government, the cabinet and their chosen advisors are responsible for an unparalleled health crisis and I don't mean 'coronavirus.' Patients with acute conditions, needing urgent medical attention are denied it and referred to an NHS phone operator instead. In other words, sentenced to death, in some cases.

 

An exponential increase in obesity due to redundancy, internet dependency, lack of exercise, with no facilities in which to stay fit, swimming pools, gyms, sports, dancehalls etc., not to mention the “eat junk to help out” scheme, compounded by a lack of vitamins and fresh air from confinement indoors and masks.

 

Then there is the mental health crisis, which the 'elite' were promoting long before any lockdown. Remember that one? We're all depressed or going nuts! Well, we probably are now! Their solution for that seems to be, suicide. It saves them the job of killing you, like they are doing to the sick and eldery in care homes.

 

TPTB are not accepting culpability for any of this, although it's all a direct result of the policies and arbritrary measures which they enforced, by making us criminals for non-compliance in their planned societal collapse. The writing is on the wall, literally. The Georgia Guidestones spell it out. Choose your side!

 

(N.B. I do not advocate suicide as a solution to anything, there is always hope!)

 

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25 minutes ago, Velma said:

Our government, the cabinet and their chosen advisors are responsible for an unparalleled health crisis and I don't mean 'coronavirus.' Patients with acute conditions, needing urgent medical attention are denied it and referred to an NHS phone operator instead. In other words, sentenced to death, in some cases.

 

An exponential increase in obesity due to redundancy, internet dependency, lack of exercise, with no facilities in which to stay fit, swimming pools, gyms, sports, dancehalls etc., not to mention the “eat junk to help out” scheme, compounded by a lack of vitamins and fresh air from confinement indoors and masks.

 

Then there is the mental health crisis, which the 'elite' were promoting long before any lockdown. Remember that one? We're all depressed or going nuts! Well, we probably are now! Their solution for that seems to be, suicide. It saves them the job of killing you, like they are doing to the sick and eldery in care homes.

 

TPTB are not accepting culpability for any of this, although it's all a direct result of the policies and arbritrary measures which they enforced, by making us criminals for non-compliance in their planned societal collapse. The writing is on the wall, literally. The Georgia Guidestones spell it out. Choose your side!

 

(N.B. I do not advocate suicide as a solution to anything, there is always hope!)

 

 

You can get fit anywhere. Gyms, swimming pools, etc. are nice to have but fitness can be achieved without those things. Confinement is a personal choice during these "lockdowns". 

 

Situational depression is temporary. I think it's just a response to a bad situation, once you get through that you come out the other side stronger.

 

As for suicide, the poor bastards who choose that probably have severe mental health problems to begin with. 

 

I'm fucking all in on this situation now, they've fucked up. They'll get nothing from me except defiance, resistance, and righteous justified God given self defence. I'm all in right to the bitter end.

 

Fear is betraying God.

Cowardice is betraying God.

Acquiescence to evil is betraying God.

 

I'm not even necessarily religious but this is looking more and more like a straight up battle between good and evil, and I'm on God's side, and I'm on mankind's side, and I'm on freedom's side.

 

I'm not having a go at you, I'm just having a bit of an angry morning! 

 

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9 hours ago, Velma said:

An exponential increase in obesity due to redundancy, internet dependency, lack of exercise, with no facilities in which to stay fit, swimming pools, gyms, sports, dancehalls etc., not to mention the “eat junk to help out” scheme, compounded by a lack of vitamins and fresh air from confinement indoors and masks.

 

You missed out on one.

My daughter was in a shopping centre this morning with her baby. She was in Mamas & Papas and wanted to feed her baby. The mother and baby feeding room was closed "due to coronavirus". She then went into Smyths Toy Store and was told the same thing.

Even if you were to believe the whole virus agenda, there is still no valid reason to close down a room which facilitates a nursing mother and her infant...unless of course you want to place obstacles in the way and deter the whole idea of natural feeding.

So it appears that two multinational companies which cater for mothers and children are actively discouraging natural feeding.

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51 minutes ago, Storm in the garden said:

 

You missed out on one.

My daughter was in a shopping centre this morning with her baby. She was in Mamas & Papas and wanted to feed her baby. The mother and baby feeding room was closed "due to coronavirus". She then went into Smyths Toy Store and was told the same thing.

Even if you were to believe the whole virus agenda, there is still no valid reason to close down a room which facilitates a nursing mother and her infant...unless of course you want to place obstacles in the way and deter the whole idea of natural feeding.

So it appears that two multinational companies which cater for mothers and children are actively discouraging natural feeding.

 

So baby goes home bawling from hunger with a shitty nappy, to prevent mother and suckling infant getting infected, by nobody.

 

 

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So my partner went to Mcdonalds here in the UK to eat in this evening,  She got to the second set of doors and a worker stood in the door way like a bouncer and said " have you got a face covering, as you need to wear one"

 

My other half said no.

 

MCDs " well you need to have one on"

 

My mrs said " what if you are exempt"

 

Mcdonalds person then said no you need to wear one.

 

My mrs blew up and walked out

 

She said she has never felt so small, degraded and basically crap by someone with absolutely no right to ask or to try and enforce this.

 

Im absolutely raging

 

Anyone have any advice how to take this up with mcdonalds?

 

Many thanks

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23 minutes ago, vinny79 said:

So my partner went to Mcdonalds here in the UK to eat in this evening,  She got to the second set of doors and a worker stood in the door way like a bouncer and said " have you got a face covering, as you need to wear one"

 

My other half said no.

 

MCDs " well you need to have one on"

 

My mrs said " what if you are exempt"

 

Mcdonalds person then said no you need to wear one.

 

My mrs blew up and walked out

 

She said she has never felt so small, degraded and basically crap by someone with absolutely no right to ask or to try and enforce this.

 

Im absolutely raging

 

Anyone have any advice how to take this up with mcdonalds?

 

Many thanks

 

First of all, I do shake my head at people who willingly go into a McDonalds in the first place.

 

But putting my personal feelings aside... some potential (non-inflammatory) responses...

 

"If you insist on me wearing a face covering, how am I expected to eat your food?"

 

"Do you yourself not find it ridiculous that the 'rules' say that customers MUST wear face coverings to enter the restaurant and order food, but can take them off when sitting down and eating?"

 

 

But seriously, just don't ever eat in at or order from McDonalds ever again. You won't miss it, or regret it.

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Just now, Grumpy Owl said:

 

First of all, I do shake my head at people who willingly go into a McDonalds in the first place.

 

But putting my personal feelings aside... some potential (non-inflammatory) responses...

 

"If you insist on me wearing a face covering, how am I expected to eat your food?"

 

"Do you yourself not find it ridiculous that the 'rules' say that customers MUST wear face coverings to enter the restaurant and order food, but can take them off when sitting down and eating?"

 

 

But seriously, just don't ever eat in at or order from McDonalds ever again. You won't miss it, or regret it.

It was literally a treat for the little one, first time in 7 months.  And now the last.  I wont spend a penny there again.  

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Where I live is a popular tourist spot and with accommodation opening again August has seen lots of people from other parts of the country staying here. Most of them don't seem to realise masks are not mandatory here in Wales so the local shops have suddenly become full of masketeers. Alongside the usual BBC devotees who are clearly wearing them out of fear I've actually seen people only put masks on when they go into a shop then tear them off the moment they get out. But what gets me about these virtue signalling pricks is the littering. The village is now full of discarded masks strewn across the pavements outside the stores. The cognitive dissonance among the muzzled twats is really off the scale.   

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