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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 2:17 Thu Feb 2
Re: This coronavirus in China
The clip of Bill Gates saying the vaccines don't work for the actual people who need them is priceless.

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:46 Wed Feb 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Fully vaccinated 6 year old dies suddenly.

https://thecovidblog.com/2023/01/31/anastasia-weaver-6-year-old-ohio-girl-dies-unexpectedly-mother-scrubs-facebook-page-after-relentless-attacks-finger-pointing/

It may not have been a cause of death but I cannot understand why a parent would force a 6 year old to take this vaccine. It isn’t worth the risk.

BRANDED 9:44 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mental health which highly effects physical health..

However if its vaccines or mental health you might expect to see it in other age groups too.

Lily Hammer 9:17 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
How do you think lockdowns and mind fuckery elevated the death rate of 0-24 year olds so much?

BRANDED 8:41 Tue Jan 31
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Yes. I thought it was a good level headed round up and they even went where most mainstream media arent going but the fact is causation is yet to be proven. It will be unearthed. I'd put it down to the effects of lock down and general mind fuckery to be honest.

Lily Hammer 8:31 Tue Jan 31
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Thanks, Branded.

I knew a lot of that already, but it’s good it rounds up a lot of important stats.

This bit stood out to me, and cannot be explained away by talk of people missing their statins or heart/cancer screenings…….


“If we break the numbers down by age groups, the results are even more surprising. While excess deaths in most age groups, even if above average, tend to be lower than they were in 2020 and 2021, as you would expect, there is one outlier: people between the age of 0 and 24 registered lower-than-average death rates in 2020 and 2021. Throughout 2022, on the other hand, they have been dying at higher rates than expected. In other words, more young people are dying today in Britain than before, or even during, the pandemic — and we don’t know why.”



Kids and teenagers and young adults, FFS! These are the people who were at pretty much no risk from even the original virulent strain.

It’s probably down to climate change.

Lee Trundle 8:04 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
I'm asked why I can't travel to the States. When I say it's because I'm unvaccinated the general reply is "Have you not thought about getting vaccinated?" even now, when it's being suggested under 50s don't get any more boosters. What's the difference?

collyrob 8:00 Tue Jan 31
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Lee Trundle 6:32 Tue Jan 31
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Fair enough. But I genuinely don’t know anyone who gives a fuck anymore it’s never a conversation anymore. And I’m genuinely surprised someone you’d consider “not pro-vax” would even think twice about someone being jabbed or not.

BRANDED 7:28 Tue Jan 31
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Lily

You might find this interesting.

https://unherd.com/2023/01/why-are-excess-deaths-still-so-high/

That said, proving a connection between vaccine-related harms and the disproportionately high number of young people dying at the moment is not straightforward. However, a number of studies — such as a recent analysis by Martin Neil, professor of computer science and statistics at Queen Mary University in London, and Norman Fenton, a mathematician and leading expert on risk assessment and statistics — do show a statistically significant correlation between vaccination rates and excess mortality.

To what extent this correlation actually implies causation does, of course, remain unclear. But just as lockdowns are clearly a factor, it seems unwise to rule out the vaccines as a contributing factor without proper investigation

Lily Hammer 6:51 Tue Jan 31
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Lily Hammer 5:36 Tue Jan 31

Typo.

That should have said until the end of May 2022, the ONS published jab status on the non Covid excess deaths, and then they stopped publishing that info, for some unbeknown reason; not May 2021.

Lee Trundle 6:32 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
No, I'm not saying that.

I'm saying I'm not anti-vax, and they're not pro-vax, so hardly on polar opposites.

Their reaction isn't anything hostile, but you can tell they're questioning why I haven't been vaccinated in their head. And I'm a little taken aback that people still think like that when we're now being told under 50's don't need it any more.

Nothing argumentative, or anything. Just initial reactions.

collyrob 6:27 Tue Jan 31
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Lee Trundle 5:53 Tue Jan 31
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Sorry mush I don’t get that one. Are you saying the people who are taken aback by your stance/situation, aren’t on the opposite side to you? So they’re shocked but are also unvaxxed and in agreement that you don’t need it ?

Lee Trundle 5:53 Tue Jan 31
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"I don't usually give a fuck who is or is not jabbed"

Me neither. I don't actually find the ones who are taken aback about me not being vaccinated are on the polar opposite side of me also, so that earlier theory is wrong.

Lily Hammer 5:36 Tue Jan 31
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I don't usually give a fuck who is or is not jabbed, but I am interested to know in one particular area.

There i sno doubt that there are a lot of excess deaths that cannot be accounted for by Covid deaths.

Until the end of May 2021, the Office of National Statistics were pubishing the vaccine status of those non covid excess deaths. They then stopped publishing the jab status and have not yet recommenced.

It probably doesn't matter, because it can't be the jabs, because the science (brought to you by Pfizer) is settled. They are safe and effective.

Side of Ham 4:14 Tue Jan 31
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collyrob 4:01 Tue Jan 31

Lee Trundle 4:05 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
I have to explain to people why I can't step foot into the States, when I have family and work there, collyrob. This is where I get the impression people are still taken aback by the news I'm unvaccinated.

I know you're unlikely to ever be in that position, so I can see why it may be news to you.

Is that alright with you?

collyrob 4:01 Tue Jan 31
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Most normal people don’t give a fuck who’s vaxxed or not, nobody in the real world even discusses it. It’s only the polar opposites on each side of the argument who live online and just argue with each other every day.

Takashi Miike 3:21 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
😂

BRANDED 3:09 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
I bet he checks the vaccination status of the cripple he's fucking

Kaiser Zoso 3:02 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
You do, every time you keep accusing people of being anti vaxxers, you fucking moron.

joyo 2:55 Tue Jan 31
Re: This coronavirus in China
Who cares who is vaxxed and who ain't.

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