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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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zebthecat 7:28 Sat Jan 28
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bruuuno 2:11 Sat Jan 28

True that.
I worked for a US firm in the City for a fair old while and we had a bewildering number of Vice Presidents including my line manager who was, effectively, a lead software developer and team leader..
It is a bi-product of having a very flat managrment management structure. I was a lowly developer and only 3 direct reports away from the Chief Executive in what is very large multinational with 10,000+ employees.

Kaiser Zoso 7:25 Sat Jan 28
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zebthecat 11:54 Fri Jan 27

My reply was a bit harsher than intended

I’m not having any more jabs that don’t stop you getting or passing it on and wear off inside a few months, but have been excused any legal liability just in case. I got Covid and fought it off with the aid of just one paracetamol every 3 hours. It wasn’t the Black Death plague people wanted everyone to believe

riosleftsock 7:09 Sat Jan 28
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"Sam Brinton anyone?"

He certainly had some baggage.

BRANDED 6:55 Sat Jan 28
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Gay, swarthy, dodgy nut job

mashed in maryland 6:46 Sat Jan 28
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I dunno. Finance and legal types sure but politics and science attracts different types of people.

Plus DEI policies and culture catapult people like that Pfizer bloke up the hierarchy.

Sam Brinton anyone?

Nurse Ratched 2:16 Sat Jan 28
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I still don't believe at this point that that screaming prom queen has a high level role at Pfizer. On a personal level I have got to know people who are in executive director/CEO roles in large organisations in consumer brands, finance and a massive NHS Trust. These men and women border on the psychopathic for how cold, unsentimental, confident and unflappable they are.

bruuuno 2:11 Sat Jan 28
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mashed in maryland 2:01 Sat Jan 28

As I mentioned earlier, ‘director’ in america is a bit like ‘account manager’ in the UK, it has a totally different meaning

mashed in maryland 2:04 Sat Jan 28
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Are all the top tiers of institutions like this?

Was it the same back in the cold war?

How many national secrets etc have been compromised cos the russkies or chinese sent in a bird/bloke to chat someone up?

Cos if Project Veritas are doing it so successfully all the time, you can bet other people are.

mashed in maryland 2:01 Sat Jan 28
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Dunno about anyone else, but the maddest thing for me over the last 2-3 years has been the mask coming off the institutions.

Not in any sort of sinister lizard people way, the opposite in fact.

You'd think the sort of people Project Veritas expose, like a senior director of research at Pfizer, would be straight-laced, cold, professional scientist types.

In fact he's a mincing plum with the personality of a teenage girl who's ready to spill all sorts of information to a stranger cos he wants to get his willy wet.

The emperor has no clothes.

Lily Hammer 1:07 Sat Jan 28
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https://rumble.com/v274lsi-pfizer-exposed-for-exploring-mutating-covid-19-virus-for-new-vaccines-via-d.html

Thankfully, Rumble has no problem putting and keeping the original video up.

"Be brave. Do something," as *Project Veritas say.

Share share share.


*PV say they were contacted by more whistle blowers from wityhin Pfizer after they put out this video. Let's hope they are sincere and help to bring down this pyshopathic criminal; the corporation, that is. The individuals within it are just gimps and lackeys, not psycopaths themselves, but the corporation, the sum of all those parts, is pyschopathic by nature.

NPCMeMe 12:37 Sat Jan 28
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https://i.ibb.co/VBG8ScX/Can-You-Keep-ASecret.jpg

Takashi Miike 12:17 Sat Jan 28
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"That should show anyone with a brain how dodgy our establishment media are, because this should be front page news all round the world."I


no, joyo believes every word the cunts tell him

Lily Hammer 11:54 Sat Jan 28
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Surprise surprise!

Youtube have taken down the original video of Pfizer's Director of research and development on the date, spilling the rancid beans on the awful shit Pfizer have been doing and discussing.

The hilarious follow up confrontation video is still up, though.

Ther Daily Mail originally ran an article on this, but subsequently deleted it. Tucker Carlson on Fox ran a story on this, but otherwise, last time I checked, there are no main stream mdiea outlets even mentioning it.

That should show anyone with a brain how dodgy our establishment media are, because this should be front page news all round the world.

They won't be able to cover this up, buyt they are desperately trying.

I don't understand medicine, but I do understand censorship, and this is all clearly rotten as fuck.

Censorship to avoid so called "vacine hesitancy" is not done for people's health, but for the health of Big Pharma's profits. If you haven't sussed that yet, there is no hope for you.

bruuuno 1:44 Sat Jan 28
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Interesting zeb, I’m one of those super allergic people too and I had no problems with the AZ or the Pfizer

riosleftsock 12:17 Sat Jan 28
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zebthecat 11:50 Fri Jan 27

So was this from a double blind clinical trial?

zebthecat 11:54 Fri Jan 27
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Kaiser Zoso 11:49 Fri Jan 27

I see your point but I am allergic to loads of stuff.
I am asthmatic, get terrible hayfever, allergic to hydrocortizone, penicillin and metronidazole.
If I have either the latter two I will probably die so am pretty wary of adding anything else to the list.

zebthecat 11:50 Fri Jan 27
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riosleftsock 11:40 Fri Jan 27

Those who have neither been jabbed nor caught covid.

Kaiser Zoso 11:49 Fri Jan 27
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‘ Having said all that I am wary of having the Pfizer jab again as I had a huge reaction last time’


ag ag ag ag

riosleftsock 11:40 Fri Jan 27
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"There is an elevated risk of cardiacs events but it is small - 15-20 per million per 6 months compared the control group."

What control group?

zebthecat 11:33 Fri Jan 27
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I see this thread is now conspiracy corner.
Unsurprising I guess given the some of outrageous shenanigans of the pharma companies. The opioid hard sell in the US has killed tens of thousands.
As for covid vaccines there has, of course, been a lot of good research on side effects as there have been hundreds of millions of doses.
There is an elevated risk of cardiacs events but it is small - 15-20 per million per 6 months compared the control group. The risk if you have caught covid is an order of magnitude higher however.
The cardiac thing is nonsense and it originally came for a web site called goodsciencing.
They compared an academic study of cardiac events in prfessional sports across Europe with their own that consisted of crawling news sites for stories of sports realated cardaiac issues..Among the positive cases they came up with were a Thai princess who was an olympic volleyball player and had a heart attack while walking her dog aged 44, an Irish ex pro footballer who broke his collarbone and a couple of ribs after being shoved over an advertising hoarding in an amateur match and Pele who died of cancer.
Having said all that I am wary of having the Pfizer jab again as I had a huge reaction last tiime and was in bed for three days running a fever that topped out at 104.
Not quiite bad as my two trips to A&E with anaphylactic reactions to two different antibiotics but no fun at all.

bruuuno 9:58 Fri Jan 27
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That video was hilarious, particularly as I watched it at 2x speed.

Two things though; it’s just cuntish to trick people like that, scummy move and ‘director’ in US firms is a bit like ‘account manager’ in the UK

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