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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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joyo 7:38 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
I agree with Pub Bigot, but what l dont agree with is conspiracy theorists and their scaremongering
I couldn't give a shit if you don't want to be vaccined its your choice and I'm not on here slagging anyone off for not having the vax.
It seems to me the anti vaccine pandemic denial campaigners just don't give it a rest and make the most noise just like WOKE lefties,but they seem to forget they are a minority, and like Block if you dare question his crap you just get abuse(moron,thick,sheep etc etc)

BRANDED 7:30 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
I would say we might see this slide into normal news once the energy price crisis, food shortages, Evergrande and the general return to the 70s takes a grip.

“Just in case you’ve never heard of it, Evergrande is China’s second largest property development company. It has 1,300 projects spread over hundreds of Chinese cities, but more to the point it is $300 billion in debt.

Evergrande’s share price this year has fallen on fears that the company is running out of money to pay creditors. The slide has now turned into a headlong rush — and dealing in the company’s bonds has been suspended.

It’s not just the markets that are panicking. Last week, angry protesters besieged the company’s offices.

If it collapses, the consequences could extend much further than the company’s creditors and investors. Indeed, there are fears that Evergrande could be China’s Lehman Brothers — the American financial services giant whose 2008 collapse came close to bringing down the banking system.”

Eerie Descent 7:27 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pub Bigot 6:48 Mon Sep 20

Exactly this.

And I'll also add that Capitol Man is the biggest cunt to ever grace these boards.

BRANDED 7:24 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
As far as the efficacy I see a lot if reports that vary for different vaccines and different intervals between the doses. Also varies gor different types. I dont think there is one general result. Kinda a bit like the disease.

BRANDED 7:22 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
1600 deaths in 28 days?

riosleftsock 7:18 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded

So far in the UK the yellowcard reporting scheme has (iirc) over 1.2 million adverse events and over 1600 fatalities. It doesn't say that they have been proven to have been caused by the vaccine directly, but I believe most new vaccine programmes would have been paused based on these numbers, in normal times.

The vaccine efficacy is disputed, but is believed to last for up to 6 months, but according to data from Israel each booster may have a shorter durability inside the body.

stewie griffin 7:15 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pub Bigot 6:48 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China

BRANDED 7:05 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China

What is the short term negative effects and efficacy of the vaccines?

I would suggest they will work similarly to flu vaccines. How long is their efficacy?

Block 6:52 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Also, there's still very limited data on all these vaccines, what I mean by data I mean in terms of how long they've been used for and it's long term efficacy and side effects.

For that reason, many people are sceptical and that's their right, but there's morons like Joyo who call you an anti vax(when I've had both jabs) or a conspiracy theory for opposing this or questioning the policy makers.

Block 6:49 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
It's not taking worst case scenario at all, it's called questioning what we're being told is meant to be best for us, by Government paid scientists.

The JCVI couldn't recommend giving the vaccine to children, as there were no real huge benefits, but politicians overrode their opinion.

So if you can't see the scepticism, then you're a bit thick.

Pub Bigot 6:48 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
My rule thumb is this; cross-reference as much as you can to make a decision. If someone disagrees and points me in a direction, I cross-reference some more.

People are desperate to point score and not discuss, like Capitol Man.

A good mate of mine, double vaccinated, takes the sensible approach of doing what he feels is best for him. He doesn't care that I'm not jabbed and that I'm not going to. He sees the media setting the vaxxed and unvaxxed at each other. If people can debate the issues and live and let live by decisions, we'll all be better off.

joyo 6:43 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Cheers PB just listened to it and l agree with some of the comments and its not clear he meant that,but other sites saying main reason it was rejected was because of 16 to 17 year old
Problem with conspiracy theorists like Block and Rios is they always take the worse case scenario and WANT to believe it and no matter what will never admit they're wrong,but move on to the next unfounded crackpot disinformation...eg like the 12 F22 pilots bollocks,nether will ever put their hands up

Pub Bigot 6:30 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Joyo, below is the link to the clip if you're interested. You don't need a Twitter account.

https://mobile.twitter.com/MaajidNawaz/status/1439266203718066181

joyo 6:17 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Not as stupid conclusion as believing 12 F22 resigned over the vaccine,got to admit that is ultra thick

Block 6:13 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
You didn't even watch the footage, you just knew about the vote result and came to your own stupid conclusion.

joyo 6:13 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Bit like you thicko on your comment "good luck to them" on the 12 F22 pilots

joyo 6:10 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Blockhead but l did and found the vote was as he said but nothing to do with the scaremongering bollocks he posted about it being more dangerous than the virus

Block 5:54 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
So you've tried to make comment on something without actually seeing the evidence?

Classic Joyo.

joyo 5:51 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Just did on Google and got a mosque,wasn't helpful,maybe that's the intended target of those 12 F22 pilots
I don't do twatter

joyo 5:51 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
Just did on Google and got a mosque,wasn't helpful,maybe that's the intended target of those 12 F22 pilots
I don't do twatter

riosleftsock 5:47 Mon Sep 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
joyo

If you search for Masjid Nawaz (or Maajid Nawaz) on twitter, he has posted the actual clip from the fda committee hearing where it is stated. Of course, the academics and doctors could also be making things up as well.

Why don't you have a look for yourself, and then you can come back and tell me what you found?

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