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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

Apologies if another member has already posted this Sky corrupted report today.

 

Thumb it down. Every little bit helps.

 

 

The comments are encouraging. A relentless torrent of people telling these power-hungry clowns to go fuck themselves.

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12 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

The comments are encouraging. A relentless torrent of people telling these power-hungry clowns to go fuck themselves.

 

 

I sincerely echo this sentiment and express my admiration for the charitably restrained language used! 🙂

 

 

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3 hours ago, Mr Chinnery said:

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Abhorrent as it is to be told to cover your face like this hysterical sheep is doing I actually think that mask wearing amongst people who have been stupidly double jabbed may be wise so as to protect us against any 

possible shedding effects. 

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8 hours ago, Made in Wales said:

Abhorrent as it is to be told to cover your face like this hysterical sheep is doing I actually think that mask wearing amongst people who have been stupidly double jabbed may be wise so as to protect us against any 

possible shedding effects. 

 

That window wants bricking.

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Now that they are entertaining a thought that mask is optional i.e. persona responsibility.....I have a mixed feeling about this because they are ready to infect me with spike proteins. 🙄 I guess it will happen with or without a mask anyway. I am now walking everywhere rather than hopping on a bus. :(

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2 hours ago, TwopackShugar said:

Frig me i am poor, and i need a job.

just denied a placement due to it i am not complying with my enslavement! 

 

It realy is a shocking situation, where they are mandating masks at work. 

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Does anyone have any templates for letter that I can send into my union ? I will edit it

 

just want a few facts I can quote

 

im looking at taking my employer to court over mandatory mask wearing and insistence upon seeing medical exemptions.

 

i want to put pressure on my union to see why they have agreed to this without any it appears investigation into the health implications.

 

this is a very large U.K. union and employer 

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32 minutes ago, vinny79 said:

Does anyone have any templates for letter that I can send into my union ?

 

Have a start here .... 

 

a lot given in the thread by Eve in one post here: https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/18538-template-letters-for-people-to-use-or-make-your-own-wwwpowertothepeoplecouk/&do=findComment&comment=255614

 

 

Also:

 

The public health act 1984 in the UK states (in part):

 

45E Medical treatment

(1)Regulations under section 45B or 45C may not include provision requiring a person to undergo medical treatment.

(2)“ Medical treatment ” includes vaccination and other prophylactic treatment. 

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1984/22/section/45E

 

A mask (or face covering) is a prophylactic treatment (intention to stop something).

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Overhead lady in hairdressers saying ‘on July the 19th we can take off these masks’. I go maskless wherever and the hairdressers just assume exemption, my stylish wears hers around her chin and agrees it’s BS. 
 

I usually just keep quiet as I cba with ‘sheep’ but I spoke up and said... I don’t wish to be controversial but... if you don’t like the masks, and don’t believe they are useful ... then what is stopping you now? 
 

the lady who said it just gave an embarrassed laugh. But by the time I left I notice it had slipped down below her chin 😂😂

 

did you know that earlier in the ‘pandemic’ hairdressers were supposed to wear a mask and visor? Lol a surgeon doesn’t even wear that! 

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I'm looking into plausible cause to state against mask wearing. I will be in position to be confronted about the mask nonsense and I have reasons to believe that standard: "I'm exempt" will not cut it. I've seen in this thread "claustrophobic" being used. Anything other than that you guys use to get minions of your back? 

 

I'm living in Ireland where law is basically the same as UK: 

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/health/covid19/face_coverings_during_covid19.html

 

"Cannot wear a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or a disability, or because it would cause you severe distress"

 

 

Any suggestions are appreciated! 

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People still wearing stupid masks, what is wrong with them? 

 

The dirty masks still spreading throat infections and chest bacteria, it is very very disgusting. Looking at some of their masks, makes me want to be sick. Even now when I think about it, makes almost puke up. 

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On 6/28/2021 at 6:25 PM, SimonTV said:

People still wearing stupid masks, what is wrong with them? 

 

The dirty masks still spreading throat infections and chest bacteria, it is very very disgusting. Looking at some of their masks, makes me want to be sick. Even now when I think about it, makes almost puke up. 

 

Yeah makes me sick. 


The dirty fucking bastards.

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On 6/28/2021 at 6:25 PM, SimonTV said:

People still wearing stupid masks, what is wrong with them? 

 

The dirty masks still spreading throat infections and chest bacteria, it is very very disgusting. Looking at some of their masks, makes me want to be sick. Even now when I think about it, makes almost puke up. 

 

At the bus stop this evening, litter bin overflowing with rubbish, empty drinks cans/bottles, takeaway containers etc, and a couple of used disposable masks on top. On the seat of the shelter, half-drunk pop bottles, half-eaten fried chicken box. And a crumpled up disposable mask.

 

People wear these bloody things because they think they will either keep them safe, or keep others safe from this 'deadly virus'. But then they think nothing of taking off their mask when they get off the bus, and just chucking it in a bin, on a bus shelter seat, or just dropping on the pavement, like its a crisp packet.

 

I don't subscribe to this mask nonsense, so it doesn't bother me. But its the littering that does, and the fact that people just don't think anymore.

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One thing the mainstream media is definitely hiding is the environmental impact of those used disposable masks on the land, and in the sea ecosystems. Suddenly nobody cares about plastic pollution anymore. 

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

At the bus stop this evening, litter bin overflowing with rubbish, empty drinks cans/bottles, takeaway containers etc, and a couple of used disposable masks on top. On the seat of the shelter, half-drunk pop bottles, half-eaten fried chicken box. And a crumpled up disposable mask.

 

People wear these bloody things because they think they will either keep them safe, or keep others safe from this 'deadly virus'. But then they think nothing of taking off their mask when they get off the bus, and just chucking it in a bin, on a bus shelter seat, or just dropping on the pavement, like its a crisp packet.

 

I don't subscribe to this mask nonsense, so it doesn't bother me. But its the littering that does, and the fact that people just don't think anymore.

 

 

I find them blowing around outside. Its not unusual to find one on my front lawn which I put in my garbage on garbage day. I havent contracted the covidium clostridium hoaxitis from this .... but I can only imagine what filth may be on them from unwashed hands after the toilet or snot or uncleaned teeth and wayward tonsil stones... vile.

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Exactly as I predicted.

 

'Why take the risk?' - many Brummies say they will carry on wearing face masks after 'Freedom Day'

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A number of Brummies said they would continue wearing face coverings even if they're scrapped later this month.

The Government now seems almost certain to scrap the face masks policy when it lifts restrictions on July 19 - "Freedom Day".

But some Birmingham people said they would continue with them - asking: "Why take the risk?"

READ MORE: Government expected to scrap the legal requirement to wear face masks

Speaking on Sky News today, Sunday, July 4, housing secretary Robert Jenrick confirmed the fourth and final stage of lockdown would involve removing the legal requirement to wear a covering in public indoor spaces.

And he said if they were scrapped, he would no longer wear one.

From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/why-take-risk-many-brummies-20966332

 

The 'selected comments' obviously reflect the level of psychological damage that has been inflicted:

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But on Facebook, most Brummies disagreed, saying they would be keeping theirs.

Peter Davies said: "Yes, why would I be stupid this far in and risk catching something that could kill me (as well as risking flu and colds)?

"Why wouldn’t I do what I can to keep myself safe? Or do we all stop wearing seat belts as well?"

Vicky Crowe commented: "Yes, definitely in places like supermarkets and other busy indoor places! The numbers are really high and even with two vaccines you can still catch it.

"Thankfully it does give you protection from hospitalisation, but for me personally I’m not taking my chances!"

Cheryl Ford says: "Yes I definitely will, especially in shops on public transport. Not all restrictions should go numbers are to high."

Lesley O'Grady said: "In supermarkets and on public transport I will continue to wear a mask."

Steve Evans said: "I'll still be taking things carefully after July 19 and assessing situations and, yes, I will still be wearing a mask."

😷😷😷😷😷

 

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Gregory Ralph commented: "Yes, I've seen the value of it and it's a practice I'm keen to continue. I don't see it as any infringement of my freedom, I don't feel less free wearing one."

Also in favour of keeping them was Margaret Langford, saying: "Yes - on buses, trains, shops and other crowded places."

While Clarey Watkiss believed they are essential, saying: "Yes, it has kept me and my family safe until now and will continue keeping us safe."

Evelyn Barnsley said: "Yes, in crowded places, ie shops, buses and trains it ought to be compulsory!!!"

😷😷😷😷

 

 

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