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the most bizzare part, is to be looked like a complete tin foil hat type when you point out that chirurgical masks cannot block virus size particles.

I then have to point to them my credentials in order for them to validate my point. Only then they agree with me. 

There must have had over dozens of scientific published studies that proves without a doubt the inneficacity of chirurgical masks and all the dangers.

 

Normies are so brainwashed it hurts sometimes

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Re the Ukraine ...

 

My Uncle (R.I.P) was a Ukranian refugee from the Second World War who came to the North East, married my Aunty and eventually settled in Cannock. He was a miner, extremely hard-working, the kindest man you could ever meet, and utterly devoted to his family.

 

He witnessed many atrocities which he would never talk about. So, while I condemn the fiasco that has become the 'Ukranian War,' I have nothing but respect fot the ordinary citizens of Ukraine who are, just like you and I, completely overwhelmed by the craziness of the whole situation.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, webtrekker said:

Re the Ukraine ...

 

My Uncle (R.I.P) was a Ukranian refugee from the Second World War who came to the North East, married my Aunty and eventually settled in Cannock. He was a miner, extremely hard-working, the kindest man you could ever meet, and utterly devoted to his family.

 

He witnessed many atrocities which he would never talk about. So, while I condemn the fiasco that has become the 'Ukranian War,' I have nothing but respect fot the ordinary citizens of Ukraine who are, just like you and I, completely overwhelmed by the craziness of the whole situation.

 

 

 

I once aske my Grandfather about their experiences about the Second World War. He replied, “how do I explain the horror of seeing pieces of your fellow soldiers scattered everywhere?” He to was a gentle soul who nurtured my love of the natural world. He also taught me to fight for my beliefs as in a moment they could be destroyed

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On 5/3/2022 at 5:08 PM, rebornsteve said:

 

Who is wearing the mask?

 

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12 hours ago, jedidiah said:

 

Just to clear this up; it’s called turkey neck - look it up if you feel like it ...

 

 

Clinton? Looks more like Turkey's ass to me ...

 

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Morpheus: “Were you listening to me? Or were you looking at the woman in the red dress?” ...

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https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/time-to-drop-the-masks-in-healthcare/ by Dr Gary Sidley

 

I received an update from smilefree.org

 

... regarding the Open Letter to NHS England Chief Executive Amanda Pritchard to end the mask ‘requirement’ in healthcare settings, signed by ...

 

1,858 Doctors / Healthcare Professionals
166 Scientists
5,797 Member of the Public

 

They say 'We take nothing for granted - we'll keep going until this ‘requirement’ is gone'

 

They hope that the sharing of their posts on social media could add to the pressure (on those responsible for guidance and mandates), if you're able to help at all?

 

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I'm so grateful to HART, for all that they do ...

 

https://www.hartgroup.org/universal-masking/

 

Universal masking – is it still lurking around the corner?
May 13, 2022 - Constant visual reminders of disease must go

 

"HART member Gary Sidley has written numerous articles on the imposition of masking for the general public, despite poor evidence that masks work and plenty of evidence of harm.  In an excellent recent article in the Critic,  he has criticised the ongoing use of masks in health care, the one setting where evidence-based practice should surely prevail and a setting where many users would fall in the categories listed for exemptions."

 

 

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On 5/25/2022 at 11:41 AM, Bombadil said:

I once aske my Grandfather about their experiences about the Second World War. He replied, “how do I explain the horror of seeing pieces of your fellow soldiers scattered everywhere?” He to was a gentle soul who nurtured my love of the natural world. He also taught me to fight for my beliefs as in a moment they could be destroyed

I asked my dad about his WWII service and he recoiled. He mentioned his brother who was killed on operations in 1944 but that was about it. Many years later, after my dad was gone, I traced a couple of his old crew members, travelling as far as Regina in Canada to meet one of them. He said it was a rough war for all of them and dropping bombs on targets in Germany was not something he wanted to think about. I suppose it was the same for my old man. My grandfathers were more upbeat about their WWI service, talking of the good times, not the horror of the trenches.

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Just a little update. I went to the doctors and the hospital, masks and signs everywhere. They still ask, are you exempt? I see a few wearing them on the street, behind shop counters. I don't like masks at all. 

 

Someone I know who goes weekly for physio in a specialist health centre, where they ask you to wear a mask or visor  "for your own safety and others", no exemptions, this week they stopped that for the first time, thankfully. 

 

People who wear masks are still largely unaware of the health risks, and the need for balance and second opinions.

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I don't think they're compulsory anymore in supermarkets, but it always makes me despair a little when perfectly nice ladies at the tills are still suffocating themselves with these disgusting things.

 

Last visit to one place, I noticed that a lady who seems smarter than most, and always made an effort to communicate despite the face rag, had moved to the customer service area and was no longer masked up.

 

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Went to the vaper Expo at the Birmingham NEC on Saturday. Amongst a good thousand people I did not see one mask. None of the vendors or models or salespeople or security were wearing masks, either.

 

Folk were vaping their faces off and you could often barely see more than a few yards ahead at times. The popular stalls were five people deep and crammed all around.

 

I spoke to only three or four people all day (I was focused on getting good deals) and when broaching the subject of 'covid' they were in agreement that it was a con job.

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In the effort to keep showing mask wearing as normal behaviour; the cancer research advert today shows the specialist and the patient wearing clean looking blue masks. I also detest the constant ill health adverts, while listing them in my notebook !

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On 6/1/2022 at 6:49 PM, Observations said:

People who wear masks are still largely unaware of the health risks, and the need for balance and second opinions.

I have to correct this sentence of yours, sorry about that:

"people who wear masks are imbeciles". 

 

There you go, now it's good 😅

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A Freedom of Information request was submitted to UKHSA asking for the "information that justifies NHS Trusts' imposing type IIR FRSM mask wearing policies on staff" and for the science that supports this. A reply was issued earlier this week stating that UKHSA does not hold this information.

 

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Since the FOI request was made, mask wearing in NHS settings has been relaxed to some extent as per this guidance.

 

And it has also further come to light that IIR face masks used as PPE within the NHS have been recalled which could in part explain the relaxation of mask wearing. In fact, the recall of the items dates to May 2021 but it has taken one year for this to be implemented. It begs the question as to why the masks are only now being recalled for testing and why they weren't tested before being used and mandated. Negligence seems to be a bit of an understatement.

 

Credit to Edward Lowe of the National Employees Union for picking up on this.

 

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A moment from my morning visit to the nearby grocery store:

 

Like some human/sloth hybrid, hunched over it’s grocery cart, I watched as this obese pudding of a creature slowly worked it’s way through the aisles. Because it’s massive size allowed for breast like formations on it’s front and back, one could not properly determine this humanoid gelatin’s actual sex. Stopping mid-aisle to rest it’s cloven hooves, I was finally able to work my way around the colossal beast towards my goal of obtaining a box of King Kitty Brand kitty chow. Once around the porcine landmass, I was relieved to discover that, contrary to it’s outward appearance, this orbit unto it’s self was indeed concerned for it’s health and well being, as it was wearing a face mask.  

 

This commentary was brought to you by King Kitty Brand kitty chow.

 

Back to you, Chet...

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15 hours ago, KingKitty said:

A moment from my morning visit to the nearby grocery store:

 

Like some human/sloth hybrid, hunched over it’s grocery cart, I watched as this obese pudding of a creature slowly worked it’s way through the aisles. Because it’s massive size allowed for breast like formations on it’s front and back, one could not properly determine this humanoid gelatin’s actual sex. Stopping mid-aisle to rest it’s cloven hooves, I was finally able to work my way around the colossal beast towards my goal of obtaining a box of King Kitty Brand kitty chow. Once around the porcine landmass, I was relieved to discover that, contrary to it’s outward appearance, this orbit unto it’s self was indeed concerned for it’s health and well being, as it was wearing a face mask.  

 

This commentary was brought to you by King Kitty Brand kitty chow.

 

Back to you, Chet...

I hope you write a book. 😁

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I stopped calling it a mask a while back.

 

It is a "Compliance Muzzle".

 

When the manager and (some) staff in my local "carehome" wear it BENEATH THE NOSE it is clearly not about some airborne boogaloo lurgy.

 

Obviously they breathe only through their mouths.

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Monday 13th June 2022 the NHS finally stated that masks are no longer compulsory for patients or staff. You can continue  to wear it if you choose to but that's up to you. I was elated to tell every fucking patient that I saw. Shocked and then saddened but I shouldn't have been at how many decided there and then that they'd continue of their own choice.

 

I can't believe nobody has mentioned this yet. If they have I apologise for repeating it but I couldn't find anything about it on here!!!

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49 minutes ago, Puzzle said:

Monday 13th June 2022 the NHS finally stated that masks are no longer compulsory for patients or staff. You can continue  to wear it if you choose to but that's up to you. I was elated to tell every fucking patient that I saw. Shocked and then saddened but I shouldn't have been at how many decided there and then that they'd continue of their own choice.

 

I can't believe nobody has mentioned this yet. If they have I apologise for repeating it but I couldn't find anything about it on here!!!

Thanks, I'd not heard. Yes, I'm sure  some won't willingly give up the non-protection of a germ-laden rag across their mushes. It would just be too traumatic.

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8 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

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See there, wearing a mask prevented him from getting Monkey Pox. Maybe they do work after all?

Thing is mate, he's not wearing it properly, he's not covering his nose. He's one of them anti vaxxers! 🤭

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