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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?


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Lee Trundle 1:01 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
I wonder if the 80,000ish NHS workers who are decided against getting jabbed could all club together and write a letter to Spotify saying how great Joe Rogan is, to go up against the 270 vets, "teachers", dentists, social workers, and a handful of proper dr's that the MSM gleefully reported about the other day?

Northern Sold 12:54 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China


Asa Granger is a paramedic for South East Coast Ambulance Service who says he has also received an email about the mandatory vaccination deadline.

"They've put unless you're exempt for clinical reasons if you haven't had your first jab by 3 February you'll be redeployed or lose your job."

Mr Granger says there are six to 10 staff at his ambulance station in the same situation. "I cannot treat any one of my patients without their consent, yet they're asking me to get vaccinated against my will," he says.

"Back in 2020 we were all being clapped and come 2022 they're saying we are sacking you, it's an absolute disgrace."

The 35-year-old says: "I'm relatively young, fit and well. There have been lots of adverse effects linked to the vaccine. If I don't take the vaccine I'm 100% safe from the side-effects. I'm pretty happy with those odds."

Has a point....

Lee Trundle 10:54 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
She's just a massive click baiter which is part of the problem with MSM these days.

You look at previous articles she's done.

'Prince Harry regularly puts his life on the line and wants to protect his family '
'Hoorah! It's been a fantastic week for rich, entitled men getting their comeuppance'
'Downing Street dunces are failing our kids with chaotic response to Covid'
'From now on, catching Covid means no Christmas for you amid Omicron confusion'
'Not vaccinating primary school kids is scandalous negligence - parents deserve choice'

A scummy reporter working for a scummy newspaper. A match made in heaven.

BRANDED 10:34 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China

BRANDED 12:18 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
What a piece of low life scum

to be clear. I was referring to the Polly twat

riosleftsock 10:26 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
collyrob 12:22 Thu Jan 27

I always give a bit more leeway to the elderly.

Anyway, COVID is over, its all about the escaped monkeys now.

Hammer and Pickle 10:06 Thu Jan 27
Re: Permanent Brain Damage
Blimey - the bullshit is strong with this one

NPCMeMe 10:02 Thu Jan 27
Permanent Brain Damage

Congratulations to all NPCs who've survived the greatest health pandemic in known history.

Your great leader has decreed you are free to breath without restriction in your own cars while travelling alone from today, while WEF signed up corporate businesses will still require you to restrict your breathing and to continue playing along with the illusion by wearing your self-identifying slave muzzles to purchase baked beans and toilet rolls from their stores.

To the rest of you still unbroken by the ceaseless and relentless propaganda coming at you from all ZOG controlled frequencies, wrap up warm, get regular exercise and eat plenty of veggies to keep your immune systems healthy enough to fend off the common cold.

Till the next time... Marbug virus is the one Bill Gates has been hawking.

collyrob 12:22 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
You having that Rio son?

BRANDED 12:18 Thu Jan 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
What a piece of low life scum

riosleftsock 11:02 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China

This Polly, is she a looker?

Jasnik 10:28 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
What I liked the most about that article was this line :

Unless you’re a food chemist or a drug dealer, no one knows what’s in anything

So Hey drug dealer whats in my KFC...

mashed in maryland 10:11 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Now restrictions are good as dead, the pro-mandate lock em up forever brigade's mask has completely slipped:


"Enough is enough, says Polly Hudson. As Boris Johnson scraps restrictions to save his own skin, we need to convince everyone to get a Covid jab. And that means hitting them where it hurts...

Get jabbed, or else. It sounds harsh – and it is – but the time has come where it’s essential. Because we’re on our own now."

Anyone else reckon she's just pissed off she won't be able to shout at people (or write snarky tweets) for not wearing a mask any more?

Sarge 7:31 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Tested positive this morning - Sarge jr yesterday

4 days of bad man flu - negative tests through out.

24 hours later - no man flu - tested positive.

Coughing a fair bit now.

Mike Oxsaw 6:54 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yeah, but the authorities! The AUTHORITIES, man!!!

master 6:34 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Since 19 July, England has had 21,098 Covid deaths — a rate of 37.3 per 100,000 people. Wales had 1,195, a rate of 37.7, Scotland had 2,422, a rate of 44.3 and Northern Ireland had 914, a rate of 48.2.

There are many factors behind Covid deaths, of course, and socioeconomic conditions are different in each of the four UK nations (although thanks to its larger conurbations you might have thought England was most vulnerable). But the figures certainly don’t suggest that Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have gained anything through implementing tighter rules on face masks, social gatherings, vaccine passports, working from home etc. — indeed, in terms of death rate, they have come off worse. By implication, it is doubtful whether Plan B has had any beneficial effect on fighting Covid in England, either.

Side of Ham 5:29 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
You could say they have an Airfix'd agenda......

Johnson 5:19 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
The only people believing the MODELLERS are those with an agenda aren't they?

Lee Trundle 4:45 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
When you compare what the MODELLERS said would happen, to what really happened, then it's chalk and cheese.

It's crazy they're still being listened to.

Northern Sold 4:39 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China

Today I speak not to bury science but actually to praise it. I think during the Covid pandemic there has been some remarkable, wonderful science.

I just question to what extent that includes the modelling and forecasts that have come from it.

Thanks to some questionable modelling — poorly presented and often misrepresented — it is true to say that never before has so much harm been done to so many by so few, based on so little, potentially flawed data. It is a national scandal.

This is not just the fault of the modellers. It is how their work was interpreted by public health officials, by the media and, yes, by politicians and by government, too.

Modelling and forecasts were the ammunition that drove lockdown and created a climate of manipulated fear which was despicable and unforgivable.

Spot... fucking... on

Hammer and Pickle 11:17 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
FMOB indeed Leonard - but what did you expect? You can let go of your pearls now.

Leonard Hatred 8:40 Wed Jan 26
Re: This coronavirus in China

Some of the behaviour on this thread is quite extraordinary.

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