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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

Also when they they want to mislead and obfuscate.

That being said this government has never been anything less than honourable on every issue so why should Covid be any different?

 

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Originally posted by Spiderman

Care home workers were told they had to have one or face dismissal. One of our beloved posters on here actually stated he would sack any employee who refused to be vaccinated

During the early days there was sometimes no alternative if no other work was available, although in most cases I think they were just “furloughed”. At that time the risk to the residents was considered too high.

I doubt whether I said any employee who refused should be sacked. Those who were in close contact with others perhaps but not those who worked from home, or alone, or isolated in the open.

 


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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

Also when they they want to mislead and obfuscate.

That’s cynical but political deviousness exists. Not though for what is under discussion. They would have wanted to encourage not mislead.

 


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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

That being said this government has never been anything less than honourable on every issue so why should Covid be any different?

This one in particular or those over the past 14 years?

 


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Originally posted by Wisbech Eagle

This one in particular or those over the past 14 years?

Dealers choice.

 

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When Covid first came out and I saw those videos most of us saw from China I was pretty concerned. I took my children out of school a week before the system announced it.

However, I didn't just accept the mainstream interpretation of data once it became properly available. I and many others actually looked at the data as well and to this day I remain flabbergasted as to the road we went down.

Nevertheless I can pretty certain that we live in the age of 'gain of function' research and that at some point something pretty serious will be coming down the pipe.....Not something that kills one percent of the population but maybe even fifty.

This is one of the most obvious reasons why people with brains should be enraged by what was spent here.

When the real stuff hits us, now.....because of fools and the hysterical....we don't actually have the money to respond.

Here's my unasked for advice....buy military grade gas masks and their filters for you and your family. It's not cheap but come the real air borne killer that isn't just going to knock over Granny you'll be thankful you did. Something like this:

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Face masks are useless and always were....Most of the people who defended them were living in fear instead of reason....or in the government using them as a social control and compliance tool....which were leaders lying to their peoples.


Edited by Stirlingsays (14 May 2024 5.27am)

 


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Another "Rare" case:

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

When Covid first came out and I saw those videos most of us saw from China I was pretty concerned. I took my children out of school a week before the system announced it.

However, I didn't just accept the mainstream interpretation of data once it became properly available. I and many others actually looked at the data as well and to this day I remain flabbergasted as to the road we went down.

Nevertheless I can pretty certain that we live in the age of 'gain of function' research and that at some point something pretty serious will be coming down the pipe.....Not something that kills one percent of the population but maybe even fifty.

This is one of the most obvious reasons why people with brains should be enraged by what was spent here.

When the real stuff hits us, now.....because of fools and the hysterical....we don't actually have the money to respond.

Here's my unasked for advice....buy military grade gas masks and their filters for you and your family. It's not cheap but come the real air borne killer that isn't just going to knock over Granny you'll be thankful you did. Something like this:

[Link]

[Link]

Face masks are useless and always were....Most of the people who defended them were living in fear instead of reason....or in the government using them as a social control and compliance tool....which were leaders lying to their peoples.


Edited by Stirlingsays (14 May 2024 5.27am)

The only thing that's stops me laughing at people still wearing masks these days is the fact they most likely have mental health issues.

 

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Originally posted by eaglesdare

The only thing that's stops me laughing at people still wearing masks these days is the fact they most likely have mental health issues.

Yep, I think most of us who see people still out and about with them think that.....I suppose in truth there are perhaps a few other conditions that might warrant them...though I admit I'm struggling to think of what they could be effective against....but anyway in rare instance, if it works, fair enough.

But yeah, outside of those people those wearing masks in public are just away with the fairies.

Edited by Stirlingsays (15 May 2024 1.53am)

 


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Originally posted by eaglesdare

Another "Rare" case:

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Rare doesn’t mean non existent. If every rare event attracts banner headlines and the millions of successes get ignored this is what results. Hysterical and illogical over reaction to something that has been of enormous benefit to mankind.

 


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Originally posted by eaglesdare

The only thing that's stops me laughing at people still wearing masks these days is the fact they most likely have mental health issues.

I think some people need to grow up!

If wearing a mask makes some people feel more secure and confident then why should anyone else think it’s laughable?

If people see their doctors and nurses wearing them it isn’t really so surprising they might conclude they should too.

No one is now requiring anyone to wear one! It’s a free choice.

 


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I posted that covid is a hemo illness and got shot down, BBS style.

Some stating that covid is just flu.

I've found confirmation that the majority of those who died, died of thrombosis of organs (blood clots) i.e. blood thickening. Some with multiple organ failure.

People with Flu tend to die from Pneumonia.

I advocated taking an aspirin every two days as a blood thinner (If you are not on other medication). I still stand by that as a prevention of the above. If you get seriously ill its too late to take blood thinners.

Believe what you want.

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