Jump to content
DOSBODS
  • Welcome to DOSBODS

     

    DOSBODS is free of any advertising.

    Ads are annoying, and - increasingly - advertising companies limit free speech online. DOSBODS Forums are completely free to use. Please create a free account to be able to access all the features of the DOSBODS community. It only takes 20 seconds!

     

The Double Jabbing of Andrew Marr


JoeDavola
 Share

Recommended Posts

JoeDavola

I know it's been mentioned before but deserving a topic on it's own as I think it's a significant 'milestone' and represents a managing of expectations for the public regarding post-vaxx freedoms:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57640550

Basically an admission to the plebs that life is not returning to normal, jab or no jab:

- Marr still got covid even though double-jabbed

- had to isolate for 10 days (state-enforced isolation is here to stay)

- recovered quickly, but the important thing is the message that's being given to the plebs via the beeb - still to be very much afraid of covid even if you're jabbed. Perhaps in preparation for another lockdown over the next 6 months.

He's not really giving full details on how long it took him to recover - it looks like he was over the worst within 5 days? I guess if he did quantify it as "I felt like shit for 4 days and then was over it" it wouldn't be as scary as it would just sound like someone getting a cold.

And then mentions that that's thanks to the vaccine i.e. that he was able to breathe ok.... but overall the article seems to point to society where people are encouraged/forced to be tested and then the state tells you that you must isolate being with us for the forseeable, regardless of vaccines.

I know Queens uni for example wants their on-site staff to get tested twice a week - regardless of vaccine status.

 

Edited by JoeDavola
  • Agree 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Popuplights

Yet 600 million LFT tests are missing, issued but unused. It doesn't tell a tale of a public willing to go along with the test narrative. Perhaps this is another nudge

  • Agree 1
  • Informative 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

JoeDavola
12 minutes ago, Popuplights said:

Yet 600 million LFT tests are missing, issued but unused. It doesn't tell a tale of a public willing to go along with the test narrative. Perhaps this is another nudge

Yes any story like this should be seen as propaganda designed to influence behaviour.

If covid is still a real danger, then why did they risk having the Queen at 95 years old at the event where Marr caught it.

  • Agree 6
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Snake Plissken

Surely double jabbed Marr is admission that the vaccines aren't working ? Is this softening up for the third, booster jab ?

I know people who are saying they've had 2 so won't have a third but I reckon the opposite is true, you've had 2 you will have a 3rd they just need to hit the right switch again (job pressures, travel etc).

  • Agree 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

18 minutes ago, Popuplights said:

Yet 600 million LFT tests are missing, issued but unused. It doesn't tell a tale of a public willing to go along with the test narrative. Perhaps this is another nudge

We have a load of them. I didn't realise they were all supposed to be accounted for. We were told to throw them in the bin.

  • Lol 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

The Masked Tulip

The vast majority of people have no interest in him. He is loved and adored by a tiny minority of woke people. His show is on early on Sunday mornings when most are still asleep in bed or out doing Sunday things. 

I have friends who, every Sunday, ask me if I heard Marr say such and such. No. 

  • Agree 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Popuplights

He represents everything that is wrong with the political class in this country. A force for evil. 

  • Agree 11
Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

The vast majority of people have no interest in him. He is loved and adored by a tiny minority of woke people. His show is on early on Sunday mornings when most are still asleep in bed or out doing Sunday things. 

I have friends who, every Sunday, ask me if I heard Marr say such and such. No. 

I always found that weird. You'd think Sunday would be a day off, but it seems some people can't get enough.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The Masked Tulip
24 minutes ago, eight said:

I always found that weird. You'd think Sunday would be a day off, but it seems some people can't get enough.

 

Political and news shows get dire ratings. Sunday morning is a way of putting out a programme they are obligated to do at the cheapest time possible - i.e. does not interfere with prime time.

Originally the BBC did not do Sunday morning politics. ITV started it as a means of the ITV franchise holders licking up to politicians. But they did not want a programme no one watched stealing their primetime advertising slots. Hence Sunday mornings. 

Edited by The Masked Tulip
  • Agree 1
  • Informative 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

One percent
14 minutes ago, Anglepoise said:

Did he miss his weekly show, and if so for how many Sundays?

Think he missed quite a few when he had his stroke. Wonder how the stroke and the jab intermingle?  One to watch i think 

  • Agree 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

sarahbell
39 minutes ago, Anglepoise said:

Did he miss his weekly show, and if so for how many Sundays?

he wasn't there last week. This Sunday he was though.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The Masked Tulip
9 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

he wasn't there last week. This Sunday he was though.

 

A truly remarkable recovery from covid. First make the news that he is ill. Then, a few days later he is not only well again but able to go back to work without any isolation. The jabs are miracles.

I am sure that his amazing covid jab story will have enthused people to go get jabbed.

  • Agree 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

sarahbell
2 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

A truly remarkable recovery from covid. First make the news that he is ill. Then, a few days later he is not only well again but able to go back to work without any isolation. The jabs are miracles.

I am sure that his amazing covid jab story will have enthused people to go get jabbed.

I don't think anyone watches. I was channel hopping at the ad breaks and ended up seeing him.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, sarahbell said:

I don't think anyone watches. I was channel hopping at the ad breaks and ended up seeing him.

The people I know who watch him seem to do it because they are smart enough to understand that the normal TV news is bamboozling them, so think that if they watch Andrew Marr they are going up to the "advanced TV-watcher" level and will somehow tap into the real skinny about what's really going on. 

  • Agree 4
  • Lol 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 hours ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

Political and news shows get dire ratings. Sunday morning is a way of putting out a programme they are obligated to do at the cheapest time possible - i.e. does not interfere with prime time.

Originally the BBC did not do Sunday morning politics. ITV started it as a means of the ITV franchise holders licking up to politicians. But they did not want a programme no one watched stealing their primetime advertising slots. Hence Sunday mornings. 

I used to enjoy Brian Waldons slot....no nonsense bloke

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Walden

 

 

Edited by Wahoo
  • Agree 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

The Masked Tulip
Just now, Wahoo said:

I used to enjoy Brian Waldons slot....no nonsense bloke

 

 

Yes, plus if you were lucky you got 'Arthur of the Britons' before it. Or, if unlucky, you got 'Black Beauty'. I am sure many a child was confused by the likes of Jack Hargreaves followed by Waldron of a Sunday morning.

  • Lol 1
  • Cheers 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 hours ago, Snake Plissken said:

Surely double jabbed Marr is admission that the vaccines aren't working ? Is this softening up for the third, booster jab ?

I know people who are saying they've had 2 so won't have a third but I reckon the opposite is true, you've had 2 you will have a 3rd they just need to hit the right switch again (job pressures, travel etc).

I posted the Gigavaxx thing in the main thread the other day, there are some exaggerated claims but they're mostly true.

 

1624737158554.jpg

  • Lol 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Long time lurking
3 hours ago, Popuplights said:

Yet 600 million LFT tests are missing, issued but unused. It doesn't tell a tale of a public willing to go along with the test narrative. Perhaps this is another nudge

I`m selling all mine to people in the Republic of Ireland 

  • Lol 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Popuplights
22 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

I`m selling all mine to people in the Republic of Ireland 

How much do you get per test?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

4 hours ago, Popuplights said:

Yet 600 million LFT tests are missing, issued but unused. It doesn't tell a tale of a public willing to go along with the test narrative. Perhaps this is another nudge

I think we could possibly have a lot at work. They used to send pleading emails saying we are stacked high with free tests why is nobody using them. Stopped now though maybe they have just skipped the lot. 

  • Lol 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Similar Content

    • dgul
      By dgul
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43788537
      So, up to a third of millenials face renting their whole lives.
      There's all sorts of guff in the report about building more, etc.
      IMO the problem could be resolved quite readily.   Just make it so that any tenant has a right to change their AST to a regulated tenancy (or similar).  Frankly, I think the legal process has been poor here -- you can't just force people to sign their rights away through manipulation of legal niceties.  An example is employment -- I'm not allowed by employ people for 364 days then give them a day without work, then re-employ them -- the law says that 'that's playing silly buggers' and treats the employment as continuous.  Yet people have rolling tenancies for some years and only have limited protection.  And the suggestions of improving security are, frankly, insulting -- people with young children want 20+ years of security not 3 (thanks, Labour).
      Making this rule would improve things by massively increasing security of tenure, and would reduce prices because all of a sudden renting would become more doable, and btl'd houses would cease to be liquid assets and landlords would have limited control of rent increases.
      But, of course, they'd never do this.  And I know why.  When my dad was 21 or so his parents bought him a house -- just a 2up2down terrace, but somewhere to get him started.  How could they afford it?  They were clever -- they bought it with a sitting tenant who was in her early 70's, and a sitting tenant meant that it was cheap (as she couldn't be evicted).  And she was 70! In the 1960's!  there were surely just a few years to wait!  She lived there until she died at 98.  Modern BTL fanatics just couldn't cope with that loss of control of their assets.
      But I still find it odd that the legal process exists to protect tenants, but their rights are removed through 'clever bugger' application of rules that were never meant to be applied in that way (AST).
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...