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Don't even think about getting one of these "vaccines" (Part 2)


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8 minutes ago, invalid said:

The Drs think this may be the third time he has been infected (not clear how they came to that conclusion). Recalls having a bit of a cough in 2020.

I find it very hard to believe a doctor would put a number to that hypothesis someone is clearly full of shit whether that`s the original poster of that statement or the doctors one can only guess   

I suspect the poster is 77th as the post has "everything" i have seen many polls now that has the question why have you not been stabbed,, because you are fit and healthy because you have had the virus already because i`m low risk due to my age etc,,IMO they are all fishing for the narrative they have to counter 

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14 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

I find it very hard to believe a doctor would put a number to that hypothesis someone is clearly full of shit whether that`s the original poster of that statement or the doctors one can only guess   

I suspect the poster is 77th as the post has "everything" i have seen many polls now that has the question why have you not been stabbed,, because you are fit and healthy because you have had the virus already because i`m low risk due to my age etc,,IMO they are all fishing for the narrative they have to counter 

 

The poster is a long term poster and I very doubt they are part of any organisation.

They are however very pro jab so it is possible they are bullshitting with a story that as you say ticks the boxes but I'm leaning towards it being genuine at the moment.

I'll keep an eye out for updates and perhaps ask a few tricky questions.

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3 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

 

Poor bastard.

I can quite imagine a situation where one casual reference to the possibility of a Great Reset or New World Order ploy to get the whole world vaccinated to further their plans to enslave us could get you sectioned if the wrong person (even your wife!) is full on normie NPC and thinks it is pure crazy talk. 

I could not have imagined this even a few short years ago, but these are unchartered waters...

 

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7 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

 

The Long March through the West's institutions is returning to its political roots:

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

There was systematic political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union,[1] based on the interpretation of political opposition or dissent as a psychiatric problem.[2] It was called "psychopathological mechanisms" of dissent.[3]

During the leadership of General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev, psychiatry was used to disable and remove from society political opponents ("dissidents") who openly expressed beliefs that contradicted the official dogma.[4][5] The term "philosophical intoxication", for instance, was widely applied to the mental disorders diagnosed when people disagreed with the country's Communist leaders and, by referring to the writings of the Founding Fathers of Marxism–Leninism—Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Vladimir Lenin—made them the target of criticism.[6]

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I seem to remember early in this madness, back in March 2020, they relaxed the requirements to allow a patient to be sectioned on the opinion of only one doctor. Does anyone know if that is still true?.

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1 hour ago, Conniption said:

download it, then you can convert any MP4 file to MP3

had a bit of a pee about with my mobile, you can have an 'MP4 audio file' nowadays and I can listen to it using MX player and it's only about 45mb for that 1 hour show so not sure there's any point converting it to MP3?

just been arguing with a mate who blames everyone on capitalism and I keep trying to tell him it's a 'money issue' lol

could get interesting later, I'll try and calm down a bit first lol........think I need to go out and buy that punch bag too O.o

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1 minute ago, nirvana said:

had a bit of a pee about with my mobile, you can have an 'MP4 audio file' nowadays and I can listen to it using MX player and it's only about 45mb for that 1 hour show so not sure there's any point converting it to MP3?

That sounds badass. Do that. I never owned a phone so was unaware. 

You young people and your gadgets :Old:

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just been arguing with a mate who blames everyone on capitalism and I keep trying to tell him it's a 'money issue' lol

could get interesting later, I'll try and calm down a bit first lol........think I need to go out and buy that punch bag too 

Try creating something, building something. And ignoring people who disagree with you. Life's too short to try and change anyone's mind, particularly at this point in history.

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1 hour ago, Long time lurking said:

To be fair we are nowhere near where France is at this point in time ,but if we do get there sadly i think you might well be right 

I think we have it, but keep it in reserve until the last possible moment and then it will go off, big time.

look what happened across the country when drug dealer/gang member, Mark Duggan got shot by the police in 2011.

Its ‘there’ and imo is only a matter of time. It  just won’t be pointed in the right direction -  many people will end up wearing nice new trainers and Rolex watches though.

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9 minutes ago, Conniption said:

I never owned a phone so was unaware

come the apocalypse you'll need a phone, if only as a way to control your drone lol....just stick an 'alternative operating system' on it

And yes I need to build more stuff :)......and ignore the noisy riche neighbours who have appeared from the cities :PissedOff:

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Bus Stop Boxer
1 hour ago, Long time lurking said:

 

I might sound like a complete twonk, but i'm almost moist eyed looking at that pic.

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26 minutes ago, Kilham said:

I seem to remember early in this madness, back in March 2020, they relaxed the requirements to allow a patient to be sectioned on the opinion of only one doctor. Does anyone know if that is still true?.

It was never actioned. A few were done and some via video link and were not deemed legal so were repeated.

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4 minutes ago, Bus Stop Boxer said:

I might sound like a complete twonk, but i'm almost moist eyed looking at that pic.

Sorry to spoil it for you.  But, the caption, "Lyon at the busiest time of day", is belied by the shadows.  Probably prior to opening time in the morning.

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moneyscam
44 minutes ago, LC1 said:

Poor bastard.

I can quite imagine a situation where one casual reference to the possibility of a Great Reset or New World Order ploy to get the whole world vaccinated to further their plans to enslave us could get you sectioned if the wrong person (even your wife!) is full on normie NPC and thinks it is pure crazy talk. 

I could not have imagined this even a few short years ago, but these are unchartered waters...

 

For some strange reason it reminds me of the below. Note also that she couldn't have accomplished her mission without the agreement and actions of the authorities.

Not Peace but Division
(Micah 7:1–6; Matthew 10:34–39)

49I have come to ignite a fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled! 50But I have a baptism to undergo, and how distressed I am until it is accomplished!

51Do you think that I have come to bring peace to the earth? No, I tell you, but division. 52From now on, five in one household will be divided, three against two and two against three. 53They will be divided, father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law.h

Interpreting the Present Time
(Matthew 16:1–4; Mark 8:11–13)

54Then Jesus said to the crowds, “As soon as you see a cloud rising in the west, you say, ‘A shower is coming,’ and that is what happens. 55And when the south wind blows, you say, ‘It will be hot,’ and it is. 56You hypocrites! You know how to interpret the appearance of the earth and sky. Why don’t you know how to interpret the present time?

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2 minutes ago, Bricks & Mortar said:

Sorry to spoil it for you.  But, the caption, "Lyon at the busiest time of day", is belied by the shadows.  Probably prior to opening time in the morning.

Do they leave all the tables out overnight i wonder?

I saw a comment re the shadows on the twit link.

To me the light looks like its coming almost straight down from a high sun. Short shadows.

Think Ted Danson was spouting cobblers tbh.

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Bedrag Justesen

BBC News 12 August 2021.

Superb reporting from BBC North America Editor, Jon Sopel touring hospitals in the Deep South.

Will post it here if made available.

Spoiler*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Everything is Donald Trump's fault. 

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Oh dear what a shame.  Is that called buyer's regret????
 


Still manages to blame 'anti-vaxxers' in the first part of the 'journalistic article' though ... a side order of cognitive dissonance please

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/comment/fooled-two-jabs-wont-buy-holiday-freedom/

 

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Well, that didn’t last long. For a couple of months, it really looked like being double-jabbed might buy you a ticket to free (ish) travel. More than that, it was our only exit strategy from this vicious circle of lockdowns at home. But new evidence has thrown all this into doubt.

Anti-vaxxers will delight in this latest development: that being jabbed won’t stop you spreading the extra-infectious delta variant after all. It certainly protects you personally, to a high degree, from serious symptoms and death – but the vast majority of us weren’t at risk of that anyway. 

What it won’t do, according to an increasing body of evidence, is prevent you from being a carrier and thus a danger to others. This somewhat defeats the whole point – and is certainly the only reason international travel has resumed of late. 

Last week, in news that hasn’t got nearly enough airtime, Public Health England said in a statement: "Some initial findings [...] indicate that levels of virus in those who become infected with Delta having already been vaccinated may be similar to levels found in unvaccinated people. This may have implications for people's infectiousness, whether they have been vaccinated or not.”

What this means, in plain terms, is that those NHS Covid passes we’ve been using to escape quarantine both when visiting other countries and upon our return are going to plummet in value. 

Already, UK festivals and other mass events are switching their entry requirements to require a negative test of everyone – regardless of vaccination status. International travel schemes such as the EU Covid certificate, will likely follow. Masks are back in America, where the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reversed its guidance on the double-jabbed being exempt.

Many will feel cheated by this. Certainly, the reason I rolled up my sleeve in the first place was not because I was afraid of Covid, but solely to get my freedoms back. I really did not want to get jabbed; for the same reason I’ve never got the flu shot, because personally I’d rather take my chances on catching the illness. Based on the Government’s own QCovid risk calculator tool, my risk – as a reasonably healthy 34-year-old – of being hospitalised with Covid-19 is 0.0218 per cent, and my risk of dying is 0.0007 per cent. 

This should have been my gamble alone to take, but it has been a deeply unpopular and ‘selfish’ stance. Since the early days of the drive, it’s been rammed down our throats that in getting vaccinated, we were doing a public service to others. It was our only chance to reach ‘herd immunity’, we were urged – (a notion that has since been branded an unattainable ‘mythical’ goal by the director of the Oxford Vaccine Group).

Lo and behold, as data from the UK, the US and beyond is proving, the vaccines might well save you, but they won’t save everyone else. The messaging has thus changed.

Professor Francois Balloux, director of the UCL Genetics Institute, stated this week: “It is not so much anymore a ‘duty to others’ to get vaccinated but a protection for oneself. There won't be any 'herd immunity wall' to hide behind.”

Why, then, should we vaccinated Britons, from a nation where the delta variant is dominant, be any ‘safer’ as tourists in other countries to the un-vaxxed? With the science now clear that people around the world are still passing the virus to and fro despite being inoculated, the beleaguered travel industry – and our chance at recapturing freedom of movement – has hit another major stumbling block. 

The warning signs were there months ago, when the countries with the highest vaccination rates in the world were also recording enormous surges in case counts. Many of these, heavily reliant on tourism for their GDP, had rushed to inoculate their entire populations as a matter of urgency purely for this reason: to reopen for visitors. 

The Seychelles, for example, had by mid-May double-jabbed more than 80 per cent of its population, but regardless, its case count was 67 times higher than ours. According to Telegraph's live tracker, it has now vaccinated over 92 per cent of its citizens and its current infection rate is still a massive 336 per 100,000. Fat lot of good their drive did them, as the islands continue to languish on our red list.

The good news is that the vaccines have done their job in drastically reducing illness and death. And that while testing will likely be here to stay for some time should we wish to travel, the exorbitant cost will hopefully come down.

But all those with a saviour complex who had their jabs in an evangelical quest to ‘protect others’ should dismount their high horse. And all those who did so purely in pursuit of an easier holiday have every right to feel grumpy.


 

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46 minutes ago, Bus Stop Boxer said:

Do they leave all the tables out overnight i wonder?

I saw a comment re the shadows on the twit link.

To me the light looks like its coming almost straight down from a high sun. Short shadows.

Think Ted Danson was spouting cobblers tbh.

Link to the place on google map.  Shadows look like they're playing up the street from the chairs, and (to my eye), look like they're pretty long.
As I swivel around on the streetview, it puts the direction i see the shadows on the image, as with the sun directly East of the restaurant.

If they don't leave the tables out overnight, there must be a moment just after they put them out and just before the first customer.

https://goo.gl/maps/rnype9PLsYWLTNcd9

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35 minutes ago, nirvana said:

we're fucked......actually seriously does anyone still think there's a way out of this? 

 

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Event 201 said they would emply social media influencers.

That nice Dr Hope who has been working diligently throughout the plague, never got the coof.

Summer 2021, double waxx3d, gets coof, says thank goodness for the waxx otherwise he would have been really ill. Keep wearing face masks they kept him safe treating plague patients.

The mad fool took his mask off at Pizza Hut, then the coof struck.

People actually believe this shit.

 

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1 hour ago, nirvana said:

come the apocalypse you'll need a phone, if only as a way to control your drone lol....just stick an 'alternative operating system' on it

Why do I need a phone when all my friends are on dosbods?

The few times I have been asked for my number I say I don't have a phone. Everyone thinks I'm lying and just don't want to give them my number. The more I insist, the more pissed off they get. It's kind of funny, actually.

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And yes I need to build more stuff :)......and ignore the noisy riche neighbours who have appeared from the cities :PissedOff:

amen.

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