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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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BRANDED 4:49 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
I was double jabbed and it was unpleasant. If that helps?

nychammer 4:44 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
"Anyway, it’s a bastard when you catch it. I’m on to day 6 and just starting to feel slightly better. Different people get different symptoms, for me it’s been just like flu. Shivering, loss of appetite, lethargic, bones and body aching, loss of smell, can’t taste anything, mild cough, calves ache and initially had harsh migraines"

If you had the vaccine chances are it wouldn't be anything like the bastard you describe, still that's your choice and ill defend free choice all the way, just saying that the Vaccines do appear to lessen the severity and prevent death, hospitalizations and overall severity.

Swiss. 4:39 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
joyo 3:51 Mon Oct 25

Yes, Blockhead is clinically "nuts". He's also a masochist as he come on here to be constantly embarrassed.

Takashi Miike 4:08 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
it's worth looking up the fat cunt, carstens. he's the epitome of greed

riosleftsock 4:08 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
The notoriously shy BIS. Who owns it? And what does it own?

Takashi Miike 4:05 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
The General Manager for the Bank of International Settlements – the central bank of central bankers – is planning for “absolute control” of the money we all spend.

Agustin Carstens recently gave a talk entitled “Cross Border Payment: A Vision for the Future” in which he outlined the problem as central planners see it, as well as their solution.

“We don’t know who’s using a $100 bill today and we don’t know who’s using a 1,000 peso bill today. The key difference with the CBDC is the central bank will have absolute control on the rules and regulations that will determine the use of that expression of central bank liability, and also we will have the technology to enforce that.”

Carstens views CBDC, Central Bank Digital Currency, as a tool for eliminating privacy and for central bankers to force citizens to use currency exactly when, where, and how they are told.

Dozens of central banks around the world are working on CBDCs, including the Federal Reserve. The effort represents a major escalation in the War on Cash.

It is one thing to discourage people from using cash.

It is something else entirely to introduce digital money which gives bureaucrats the power to monitor and control the spending of everyone who adopts it.

Novel ideas are already being floated. For example, the Federal Reserve could issue stimulus funds with an expiration date, forcing people to spend rather than save.

Officials could limit spending to certain geographic boundaries, and thereby impose a restriction on travel. They could pick winners and losers, favoring some merchants or industries or crushing others.

The only fly in the ointment is that mistrust in government is rising quickly in the US. Getting people who fear giving officials that much control and who care about privacy to adopt the new digital money could be a challenge. Many will actively seek alternatives, such as Bitcoin or gold.

Central banks and governments do have some powerful levers to pull.

It is easy to imagine government transfer payments being converted to digital currency. Social Security, Medicare, welfare, food stamps, and other benefits could be paid using the new CBDC.

Government could also insist vendors and contractors take payment exclusively in the new token.

We can also expect plenty of assurances from people like Carstens. They will promise to be fair and protect people’s liberty. They will say the goal is to make central bank policy work better for everyone. They will also insist they are trying to protect society from criminals, tax cheats, money launderers, and terrorists.

The only question is whether the public will buy what central bankers are selling…



of course they will, it's planet sheep

riosleftsock 4:01 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
joyo

The vaccines are not useless, almost nobody is saying that. They seem to be effective especially at keeping the over 60s alive. Bear in mind the treatment regime has changed for covid, far less people are now admitted to hospital as they can be cared for at home with known treatment regimes. When the the virus was completely novel doctors needed patients under supervision 24/7. We now have virtual covid wards where patients are given a regime to follow, including an app and a pulse oximeter to submit readings three times a day, they are only brought in oxygen levels fall below a certain amount.

The problem is in younger, healthy people the risk vs benefit for these vaccines becomes marginal at best and they have some very nasty side effects that are not getting publicity as the govt is pushing the vaccine drive instead. I can see their dilemna but it feels morally and ethically wrong.

riosleftsock 3:56 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
mashed in maryland 1:16 Mon Oct 25

Mashed, it looks worse than just de-barking (cutting the vocal chords of the dogs).

The allegation by legislators is that 'Fauci's NIH division shipped part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia to drug beagles and lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive"

Block 3:53 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Joyo, These scientists are paid healthily and aren't the ones in the firing line like the politicians are, and because they're scientists people genuinely believe they cannot be wrong.

Idiots like you are dangerous, as it'll be the weak people like you who will ruin it for the rest of us, all because you're curtain twitching cunts.

joyo 3:51 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
So according to Blockhead the vaccine is useless,lockdowns kills more and the scientists,doctors, experts etc are liars,and oh don't forget there is a worldwide conspiracy to take away our freedoms....he's nuts

Steady 3:50 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Who’s had covid?

I’ve got it at the mo, and I haven’t had the jab. I’m not preaching either way as for me it’s all personal choice, I’ve chose not to have it and won’t even though I have covid. I had an underlying health issue or were elderly then I probably would. Still lots that believe being jabbed prevents/reduces the chances of catching it or passing it on which it doesn’t.

Anyway, it’s a bastard when you catch it. I’m on to day 6 and just starting to feel slightly better. Different people get different symptoms, for me it’s been just like flu. Shivering, loss of appetite, lethargic, bones and body aching, loss of smell, can’t taste anything, mild cough, calves ache and initially had harsh migraines.

It’s amazing how watching the match and result perked me up.

Block 3:42 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Lots of articles around, here's 1.

https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/covid-19-kills-but-so-does-lockdown

collyrob 3:35 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China

“And yes, Rob. Lockdowns has killed millions of people worldwide, due to the doctors not getting to cancer patients quick enough. “


Any data?

Block 3:34 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Read what I just said Joyo, you fucking flange.

joyo 3:32 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Blockhead 1.18.....you have really wet your knickers haven't you....how the fuck do lockdowns kill as many as the virus?
I think Boris will hold his nerve and not have another lockdown

Block 3:29 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
I find it amusing that the likes of Swiss are happy to be jabbed every 6 months for a virus which kills 0.2% of the people it infects.

And I'm the one wetting my knickers and not rushing to get the booster jab?

Irony of the highest level.

And yes, Rob. Lockdowns has killed millions of people worldwide, due to the doctors not getting to cancer patients quick enough.

The scientists have their blinkers on, and think covid is the only illness around and not focusing on other more life threatening diseases. Yet there's still people who will literally do anything they tell them.

Swiss. 3:21 Mon Oct 25
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collyrob 3:03 Mon Oct 25

“We know that lockdowns kill just as many people as the virus”

Do we?


Of course we don't.

Also the vaccine is about 80% effective and after 6 months starts to lose their effectiveness. So what ? We'll need boosters probably once or twice a year.

A lot of nappy wetting going on here by the likes of Bolty.

collyrob 3:03 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
“We know that lockdowns kill just as many people as the virus”

Do we?

Swiss. 3:01 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Block 1:18 Mon Oct 25

"So we know the vaccine has a short effect against the virus"

"We know that lockdowns kill just as many people as the virus"

Another 2 moronic statements from the site cretin.

Lee Trundle 2:51 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Stay Home
Stay Safe
Kill Dogs

What a cunt Fauci is.

BRANDED 2:29 Mon Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Modelling suggests cases could peak before falling sharply in the winter months

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