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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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gph 11:49 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
There have definitely been vaccines used in Russia and China.

According to the Beeb, some countries are upset that the UK has cornered so much of the Pfizer vaccine, but I can't remember the details.

goose 11:45 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
I’ve not been keeping up with this, is the uk the first country to get the vaccine?

On The Ball 11:39 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Golden Oldie

Here's a link about that FOI you posted up (the one you claim you posted up for no reason at all):

https://fullfact.org/online/mersey-foi-deaths/

gph 11:35 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
"The BMJ"

It's not the BMJ, it's a letter to the BMJ.

This git BRANDED thinks we are all stupid.

stewie griffin 11:35 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
*sniggers*

Just wasted 5 minutes of my life reading the original article. Utter bollocks, from start to finish. But, it bemoans - whilst abdicating any responsibility for all of the horse shit that has come out of various scientists mouths - amongst other things, the fact that government is involved in, and has suppressed the science of sage. An interesting change of direction, brand0, I'd always thought that you were anti lockdown, but good that you now think of sage as good science and we should have followed their advice to lock down earlier, and prevented the 4000 deaths scenario that they and Cambridge University predicted

The old c wing 11:27 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Here is the leader of the German anticovid movement.

Essentially, the UK version of Uri Geller.

https://parler.com/post/9c60caaca3ab4d38871707f9a3ca2a2e

Note his support now includes fellow self-thinker and non-sheep Tommy Robinson.

Insightful as always Braindead.

gph 11:09 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
I must say this "you can play football", now "you can't", now "you can" is making it impossible for an old git like me to build up fitness.

I'm fucking knackered after tonight's 6-a-side

BRANDED 4:41 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
The BMJ

Covid-19: politicisation, “corruption,” and suppression of science


Dear Editor

Congratulations on your excellent article drawing attention to how corruption and influence is ruining open discussion, which applies not only to the field of medicine but also climate and ecological sciences.

You ask how might science be safeguarded in these exceptional times? This is a very important question but with regard to the current Covid crisis, the runaway express train of criminally corrupt science has already left the station and reached its destination. The only sensible response therefore is to seek legal redress through the courts.

The German 'Stiftung Corona Ausschuss’ (An extra-parliamentary committee of lawyers investigating the Corona Crisis) has been gathering evidence on the individuals and organisations responsible for the falsification of the the PCR test, which has been the main driver for government policy measures from the very beginning of this health emergency. The falsification of the test, starting with a protocol originally designed in Germany and then exported worldwide is considered by the inquiry to be a case of criminality which has resulted in damages to individual and businesses world wide.

Last week, two UK scientists Dr. Mike Yeadon (a former CSO at Pfizer company) and Dr. Clare Craig (an NHS pathologist) gave their evidence concerning the UK’s Testing programme to the Corona Committee.

The video of this can be seen on YouTube:

Livestream Sitzung 27 - Ein Rundumschlag. 13 November 2020. OVALmedia in English.

Questions and evidence are in English.

I hope that the UK will follow the German lead and pursue the criminals who have corrupted science for their own benefit.

Competing interests: No competing interests

16 November 2020
Helen J Steen
Retired
61440 Oberursel, Germany

In response to this article by the editor

https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4425

Mike Oxsaw 3:56 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED 3:26 Thu Dec 3

The Big Bang is scientifically "unproven".

I believe very many also make the same claim about evolution.

Golden Oldie 3:49 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
sorry johnson the post, consistently mainly of a self explanatory as it is, wasn't actually aimed at you, my mistake would be the flippant opening comment at the start.


There's a gay thread open for you to get stuck into byw

Johnson 3:47 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Still none the wiser GO, you're rambling I'm afraid.

BRANDED 3:26 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Ponce

The cool bars are closed but the cool restaurants all opened so all cool there. They seem to have forgotten about the app but still require a little bit of mask wearing which O suffer in silence unless it’s discussed which generally results in the same agreement that they are scientifically unproven but in polite company we’ll suffer them, like not farting.

Hope that helps you.

Golden Oldie 3:22 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
johnson
¯\\_(ツ)_/¯

Probably a bit too cryptic from me, my apologies.


Lockdowns the gift that keeps on giving
Professor floats idea of 'climate lockdown' with bans on red meat, 'extreme' energy limits

The novel coronavirus shutdowns and restrictions are slowly being lifted in most areas, but already warnings of a “climate shutdown” have begun reverberating on the environmental left.

A leading U.N. economist who advises European governments last week sent up a trial balloon via an article titled “Avoiding a Climate Lockdown,” arguing that in “the near future, the world may need to resort to lockdowns again — this time to tackle a climate emergency.”

Greta will be pleased...

“Under a ‘climate lockdown,’ governments would limit private-vehicle use, ban consumption of red meat, and impose extreme energy-saving measures, while fossil-fuel companies would have to stop drilling,” wrote Mariana Mazzucato, a University College London economics professor who is a member of the U.N. Committee on Development Policy. “To avoid such a scenario, we must overhaul our economic structures and do capitalism differently.”

Like a Great Reset of sorts to Build Back Better, as some establishment apparatchik would say

My favourite bit:

“When COVID came along and the entire world went into a grip of fear [F.E.A.R.] and immediately started locking down, EVERYTHING THE CLIMATE ACTIVISTS HAD BEEN DEMANDING ALMOST HAPPENED ALMOST OVERNIGHT*******” said Marc Morano, founder of the anti-climate change website ClimateDepot.com. “In short, the COVID lockdown is a trial run for the climate lockdown.”

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/sep/28/professor-floats-idea-climate-lockdown-bans-red-me/

So Chinese style bug-burgers and cockroaches for tea then, all off the back of a particularly nasty lurgie going about.

If the elite get away with their covid lockdowns as it appears they are already doing without much resistance, they'll get even worse, far worse.







****** You don't fucking well say!

Johnson 2:50 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
What are you going on about?

Golden Oldie 2:47 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Since when has going to some cool bars been considered the highest form of Zolteneering?

If these bars were on some exclusive glacier edge of the antarctic frequented by the current trending pop stars of the day and Jordan, then maybe, as it stands, even some of us here have managed to go to the odd cool bar now and again, surely?

About the app, it has been made mandatory to produce the app in order to enter into a number of bars and restaurants, some clever folk have managed to create fake apps to do this without the invasive tracking and tracing,m the trained drones are begging their masters for.

Not sure taunting people for having to conform to this evil is anything but acolytes of Satan sneering at the victims in all this.

Humans being the victims in this scenario while the borg replicate in direct proportion to TV viewing figures.

However wearing a mask is solely a symbolic gesture, an act of compliance to this new world order evil.
Masks are for muggers, terrorists and hideously ugly people trying to disguise their abhorrent ugliness from all to see.

Johnson 2:40 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Are you going to go to some cool bars, making sure you check in on the app whilst wearing your mask, to celebrate that little victory you seem to be claiming for yourself?

BRANDED 2:32 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Literally everything is beyond you ponce. You prove that day in day out.

Johnson 2:31 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
That's a yes then.

Griff already pulled that nonsense apart so why you continue to boast about it is beyond me.

BRANDED 2:17 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
Good to have your intelligent thoughts on the subject ponce

Johnson 2:01 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED 1:36 Thu Dec 3

Do you mean that load of old shit you boasted about sending before?

BRANDED 1:59 Thu Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
I would have thought volume and persistence would have been relevant. It is for me in business. Responding more to a letter would be considered insane.

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