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Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus January 2021 onwards (Part 5)


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Mr X
8 hours ago, Loki said:

 

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Sorry chewy I've got nothing 

Banging tune, though, Pal

Thanks

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This will be my 5th and final correspondence with my MP Boris:   Dear Bozo, I can't tell you how reassuring it is to not only have you leading the country, but as my local MP.  No,

In real epidemic you don't have to imprison people and police them at all times, because bodies are piling on the street and everyone is staying home, shit scared of the clear and present danger to th

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Mr X
8 hours ago, fishman said:

Yes, I sense a shift. They're going to struggle keeping it together now. e.g. at 31 AZ is fine , at 29 it's not so try the even newer one instead.

I watched van-tam closely today during the 3 pm briefing - He looked uncomfortable.

JVT is thick

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sleepwello'nights
8 hours ago, fishman said:

 

I watched van-tam closely today during the 3 pm briefing - He looked uncomfortable.

I briefly saw him on the news. He looked tanned, I wonder where he's been holidaying?

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sleepwello'nights
28 minutes ago, Mr X said:

On here 'Hopeless' does his best to convince us that we're in the middle of a pandemic and that COMORBID19 is going to knock DECADES off our life expectancy :D

 

That's unkind, we are in the middle of a pandemic. The virus is spreading and is all pervasive. What the authorities are doing is based on failing to give proper credence to the immune system of the vast majority who become infected.

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Caravan Monster

This article via LS illustrates the kind of advice being fed into western governments. Authored by many experts including personal favourite, extreme far left eugenicist professor of mass behavioural manipulation and lifetime member of the British Communist Party, Susan Michie (University College London).  At least they appear to be admitting the vaccines don't work, but it is of concern that they are now planning to fight nature with "maximum suppression". Published in https://theconversation.com 'academic rigour, journalistic flair' xD which gives quite an insight in to the sort of out of touch insanity going on in universities:

https://theconversation.com/new-covid-variants-have-changed-the-game-and-vaccines-will-not-be-enough-we-need-global-maximum-suppression-157870

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Stinky Wizzleteats
8 hours ago, Hancock said:

It sounds like zero fun going out socialising with all this shit going on.

All the talk will be about is living in a totalitarian regime.

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This the next problem. You might get to meet your friends down the pub but no-one has anything to talk about except vaccines, passports and cancelled holidays

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Onsamui

https://principia-scientific.com/the-biggest-mistake-weve-ever-made/

This risk is real and its universal with all the Covid “vaccines” currently being produced and in trials in the US.  Worse, we relied on the RNA and protein data directly from China without independent validation via Koch’s postulate and our own isolation and purification of the virus itself.  Today, as you read this, that isolation, purification and confirmation via Koch’s postulate in the United States has not been done......

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Chewing Grass

Covid-19, the globalist gift that keeps giving, now who sets the minimum tax rate.

Finance ministers from the G20 group of the world’s largest economies are exploring a global minimum tax on corporate profits, amid growing international consensus on tackling avoidance after the pandemic.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/apr/07/g20-global-minimum-corporate-tax-rate-finance-ministers-us-avoidance

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Mirror Mirror
10 hours ago, eight said:

Apparently when the US dropped one on themselves by accident it failed to go off. Makes you think.

Not if you know how nuclear weapons are detonated.

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Stuey
29 minutes ago, Stinky Wizzleteats said:

This the next problem. You might get to meet your friends down the pub but no-one has anything to talk about except vaccines, passports and cancelled holidays

We had a family barbecue for about four hours at weekend and it barely cropped up. It's one of those ones you'll just need to consciously avoid - like not talking work if in the pub with colleagues.

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Harley
9 minutes ago, Stuey said:

We had a family barbecue for about four hours at weekend and it barely cropped up. It's one of those ones you'll just need to consciously avoid - like not talking work if in the pub with colleagues.

We managed too having agreed upfront.  The conversations were all very positive and upbeat.  A lovely time was had by all.  The closest we got would be to say ".......despite all this stuff".  One did crack at the end with a good luck comment though.  Forgiven.

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nomadic
8 hours ago, Wight Flight said:

Au contraire. Lots of things have worked even better than they expected.

Just not the things that are in our interest.

Indeed. The plandemic has been a raging success for the billionaires, China, Kill Gates, Tony B'liar, big pharma, control freaks in governments, communists, Amazon, chief medical advisors, etc, etc.....

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Mirror Mirror
13 hours ago, Errol said:

Nobody over 30 will allow themselves to be injected with the Astrazeneca nonsense after this. It's not safe for anyone. Why is 31 or 32 safe, but 29 not safe?

I think the point they are trying to make, but can’t say directly, is when you balance the risk of vaccine injury with a bad covid outcome, the risks of vaccine injury is constant whereas the covid risk rises with age.

They have decided to draw an arbitrary line at 30, which suggests that below that age, the claimed tiny chance of a blood clot is greater than the even tinier chance of succumbing to covid. Of course they can’t come out and say that because that would involve admitting either that the chance of a vaccine injury is actually much higher than they would have you believe, or that the chance of dying of covid is much less; neither case fits their narrative of lies.

The correct position to take would be to advise having the vaccine if you’re above retirement age or have co morbidities, and for everyone else, leave it as the risk of taking part in new technology drug trials is probably greater.

This is actually what they have done, but has been buried by the political propaganda machine.

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Wight Flight
2 minutes ago, Mirror Mirror said:

think the point they are trying to make, but can’t say directly, is when you balance the risk of vaccine injury with a bad covid outcome, the risks of vaccine injury is constant whereas the covid risk rises with age.

One of them did say almost exactly that this morning. Explained that for that cohort, the chance of a clot was 4 in 1 million, as was the chance of dying from Covid, and they couldn't ask someone to have a jab on that basis.

 

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Harley
30 minutes ago, Stuey said:

We had a family barbecue for about four hours at weekend and it barely cropped up. It's one of those ones you'll just need to consciously avoid - like not talking work if in the pub with colleagues.

Maybe, as we're granted a bit of day release by HMG, such posts should be more descriptive given many are out practice.  Gas or charcoal, matches or firelighter, cooked before or from scratch, what food, the smell..... Maybe our posts need to be written like a car advert!

"As the sun rose, the covers majestically came off the until now dormant firebrand and one could hear the familiar chink of bottle against bottle.  Those same dew dripping bottles to be offered from friend to friend in that moment of shared comradery.  The family strirred in anticipation as the head of house once again obtained his rightful place, pinny, tongs, and all.  Today was going to be a glorious day.....". 

That sort of thing.

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4 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

One of them did say almost exactly that this morning. Explained that for that cohort, the chance of a clot was 4 in 1 million, as was the chance of dying from Covid, and they couldn't ask someone to have a jab on that basis.

 

That is the chance of dying of a blood clot within a couple of weeks of vaccination compared with the chance of dying from any cause within 28 days of a positive covid test.

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fishman
15 minutes ago, Mirror Mirror said:

I think the point they are trying to make, but can’t say directly, is when you balance the risk of vaccine injury with a bad covid outcome, the risks of vaccine injury is constant whereas the covid risk rises with age.

They have decided to draw an arbitrary line at 30, which suggests that below that age, the claimed tiny chance of a blood clot is greater than the even tinier chance of succumbing to covid. Of course they can’t come out and say that because that would involve admitting either that the chance of a vaccine injury is actually much higher than they would have you believe, or that the chance of dying of covid is much less; neither case fits their narrative of lies.

The correct position to take would be to advise having the vaccine if you’re above retirement age or have co morbidities, and for everyone else, leave it as the risk of taking part in new technology drug trials is probably greater.

This is actually what they have done, but has been buried by the political propaganda machine.

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I am currently in dialogue with my local MP about this specific point. I cannot believe the size of this fucking elephant in the room.

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Mirror Mirror
2 minutes ago, fishman said:

I am currently in dialogue with my local MP about this specific point. I cannot believe the size of this fucking elephant in the room.

Indeed! And the room is of course of ballroom dimensions, because this isn’t the only outsized pachyderm which has taken up residence there.

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sleepwello'nights
21 minutes ago, Mirror Mirror said:

 

The correct position to take would be to advise having the vaccine if you’re above retirement age or have co morbidities, and for everyone else, leave it as the risk of taking part in new technology drug trials is probably greater.

 

 

That presupposes that the vaccine is effective. How do you square that with reports that the vaccine does not stop you becoming infected and able to transmit the disease?

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This age 30 cut off, has it got more to do with research into the frequency of side effects or the fact that the Government has enough Pfizer and Moderna shots for those under that age? So if the cut off was 40 they couldn't offer youngsters an alternative. Let alone 55 as more cautious countries are using. When I say more cautious it could just be that they have a different mix of vaccines available.

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Chewing Grass

What is best for an individual was thrown out of the window when this started along with common sense and caution, it is entirely target driven and that means jabbing as many people as fast as possible with whatever they have.

The 'rules' are made to suit this and the statistics will be massaged to suit and hide any 'collateral' damage.

The individual is just an NI/NHS number ultimately and not a real person.

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fishman
15 minutes ago, Mirror Mirror said:

Indeed! And the room is of course of ballroom dimensions, because this isn’t the only outsized pachyderm which has taken up residence there.

And the fact they are now saying herd immunity achieved makes it even more ridiculous. I heard a snippet earlier of Hancock awkwardly laughing about all the vaccinations taking place this year (2x covid, covid booster + flu) I wish I was joking. Surrounded by lunatics.

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onlyme
2 hours ago, sleepwello'nights said:

I briefly saw him on the news. He looked tanned, I wonder where he's been holidaying?

Not heard of the Van Tam tan van?

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eight
1 hour ago, Caravan Monster said:

This article via LS illustrates the kind of advice being fed into western governments. Authored by many experts including personal favourite, extreme far left eugenicist professor of mass behavioural manipulation and lifetime member of the British Communist Party, Susan Michie (University College London).  At least they appear to be admitting the vaccines don't work, but it is of concern that they are now planning to fight nature with "maximum suppression". Published in https://theconversation.com 'academic rigour, journalistic flair' xD which gives quite an insight in to the sort of out of touch insanity going on in universities:

https://theconversation.com/new-covid-variants-have-changed-the-game-and-vaccines-will-not-be-enough-we-need-global-maximum-suppression-157870

Well it's just after 9AM and I already doubt that will be surpassed as the most depressing thing i read today. Congratulations.

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