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Disabled account for 6 in 10 Covid deaths


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It’s really hard to know what to make of this story..   other than it just ticks all the usual BBC boxes for minority disabled blah blah etc.

 Charities have called for urgent government action, describing the data as "horrifying and tragic".


 

Charities are seemingly full of sh1t.   What is “horrifying and tragic” about the fairly obvious fact that lots of over 80s are in some way disabled,  or that young people with medical disabilities are more physically vulnerable.

I sometimes wonder if there’s anything the BBC can’t spin a patronising identity political piece out of 9_9

 

Covid: Disabled people account for six in 10 deaths in England last year - ONS https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56033813

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4 hours ago, Chewing Grass said:

Lads GF works for a children's charity and something like 60% of the kids they help are disabled due to their parents being 'cousins' and their grandparents being the same.

Its actually scandalous that the UK accepts these 3rd world practices in the 21st century.

It sounds like the Royal Family.

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5 hours ago, MrPin said:

It sounds like the Royal Family.

Probably why they gained a sudden interest in common women in the late 1970s.

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9 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

Probably why they gained a sudden interest in common women in the late 1970s.

Yes, they have reformed themselves.

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Seeing as obesity isn't classed as an "underlying health condition" when it most clearly is - I reckon lots of these "disabled" are just massive people. 

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14 hours ago, Libspero said:

It’s really hard to know what to make of this story..   other than it just ticks all the usual BBC boxes for minority disabled blah blah etc.

 


 

Charities are seemingly full of sh1t.   What is “horrifying and tragic” about the fairly obvious fact that lots of over 80s are in some way disabled,  or that young people with medical disabilities are more physically vulnerable.

I sometimes wonder if there’s anything the BBC can’t spin a patronising identity political piece out of 9_9

 

Covid: Disabled people account for six in 10 deaths in England last year - ONS https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56033813

Well .....

Its bullshit and Id like to see their numbers.

The UK has 100k+ of covid deaths.

95%++ of deaths have been the over 75.

https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/deaths?areaType=nation&areaName=England

Calling them disabled is nots. Of course they are going to have stuff wrong with them FFS, they are fucking old.

Calling them disabled is total bullshit.

An ideal chance for the BBC fact check service to be applied.....

 

 

 

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Disabled people, as in the , hooting n hollering types dont tend to live beyond their 40s.

 

Even with DLA scams out of control, there are a lot more old people than disabled.

 

 

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Isn't this like the comorbidities thing that we have at the start of the plandemic when, then, they were downplaying it - i.e. everyone who died had some other illness that made them vulnerable so it was giving the impression not to worry.

It ignored the fact that vast numbers of people have some kind of medical complaint that the docs and politcians could use to claim that someone has a comorbidity.

Has disabled replaced comorbidity?

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On 11/02/2021 at 21:28, Chewing Grass said:

Lads GF works for a children's charity and something like 60% of the kids they help are disabled due to their parents being 'cousins' and their grandparents being the same.

Its actually scandalous that the UK accepts these 3rd world practices in the 21st century.

There are two laws that will make the UK and much better place to live.

1) -Ban first cousin marriages.

https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-ban-first-cousin-marriages-in-the-uk

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'Researchers have concluded that the cultural practice of marriage between first cousins is a bigger factor than any other – outweighing the effects of deprivation in parts of Bradford, where the study was carried out. Marriage to a blood relative accounted for nearly a third (31%) of all birth defects in babies of Pakistani origin.'

"There are a lot of first-cousin marriages in certain communities, particularly among Pakistanis who come from the Pakistani Kashmir area. We know so much about DNA now, but there is so much disability among the children, which is absolutely appalling.
"You go to any such family and there will be four or five children, at least one or two of whom will have some disability. That is absolutely unacceptable, and if we cannot do anything about it, is it fair to the children?" Baroness Flather

fucking mirpuris FFS.

 

2) Making all takeaway food outlets card/contactless payments.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, spygirl said:

There are two laws that will make the UK and much better place to live.

1) -Ban first cousin marriages.

https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-ban-first-cousin-marriages-in-the-uk

maoIyXmlhInJreL-800x450-noPad.jpg?148788

'Researchers have concluded that the cultural practice of marriage between first cousins is a bigger factor than any other – outweighing the effects of deprivation in parts of Bradford, where the study was carried out. Marriage to a blood relative accounted for nearly a third (31%) of all birth defects in babies of Pakistani origin.'

"There are a lot of first-cousin marriages in certain communities, particularly among Pakistanis who come from the Pakistani Kashmir area. We know so much about DNA now, but there is so much disability among the children, which is absolutely appalling.
"You go to any such family and there will be four or five children, at least one or two of whom will have some disability. That is absolutely unacceptable, and if we cannot do anything about it, is it fair to the children?" Baroness Flather

fucking mirpuris FFS.

 

2) Making all takeaway food outlets card/contactless payments.

 

 

I don’t care what other people do, live and let live. However, I don’t want to be burdened by other people’s choices either through taxation or worsened state provision as the money is moved from one provision to pay for another. Rather like the state moving pension age to 67 because “we” can’t afford it. We seem to be able to afford to pay to support these completely unavoidable disabled kids though. 

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The pressure groups have had the decency to define disabled here rather than using it as the blanket catch-all.

It is: "defined as having their day-to-day activities "limited a lot" by their health."

Now as the killing aspect of Covid is that it puts fluid into the lungs so significantly reducing the ability of the blood to take up oxygen from the lungs then somebody who already has weak / damaged / low capacity lungs is by definition going to be more likely to die from Covid. 

And somebody who has their day to day activities "limited a lot" is not going to be fit and so will have weak lungs. 

This is the expected outcome.  I have mentioned that I know somebody who was nearly hospitalised by Covid and that was because he had weak lungs from years of heavy smoking amongst other things.

Disabled people would have been classed as vulnerable and isolated and supported. 

So what precisely is James Taylor angling for here other than more money for Scope and by extension himself?

 

James Taylor, from disability equality charity Scope, said disabled people had been "hardest hit" by the pandemic and there was "an urgent need for the government to act".

 

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2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

James Taylor, from disability equality charity Scope, said disabled people had been "hardest hit" by the pandemic and there was "an urgent need for the government to act".

 

This, the battle cry of the lefties. Doesn’t matter what it is, whether it’s starving kids, stabby black kids, gangs, drugs, whatever.  The battle cry that the government must act.  In what way?  What would they like the government to do?  This is when you know that it’s an individual rather than a societal problem. When it’s the individual to blame (usually cultural or fecklessness) then they never offer concrete solutions. 

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1 minute ago, One percent said:

This, the battle cry of the lefties. Doesn’t matter what it is, whether it’s starving kids, stabby black kids, gangs, drugs, whatever.  The battle cry that the government must act.  In what way?  What would they like the government to do?  This is when you know that it’s an individual rather than a societal problem. When it’s the individual to blame (usually cultural or fecklessness) then they never offer concrete solutions. 

How much does he get paid?

Always follow the demands for money.

Cos that's what "an urgent need for the government to act" means.

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On 12/02/2021 at 09:51, wherebee said:

careful now, if you make any humorous comments on this, you'll be called a 'sick fuck' by @ashestoashes

 

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why don't you send your Harvey pic to Katie direct you coward

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If only the UK Government has acted as urgent as this bloodsucker is urging right now, most of these people would be in the UK now and the remainder that are actually British would have more resources to help them.

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