WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



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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PwoperNaughtyButNot 4:59 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
The truth is not important, all that matters is what people believe.

Powers that be know this.
Normal people don’t.
That’s how the powers that be remain the powers that be.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 4:59 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
The truth is not important, all that matters is what people believe.

Powers that be know this.
Normal people don’t.
That’s how the powers that be remain the powers that be.

BRANDED 12:50 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
I’ve said it loads but I saw no risk from the vaccine or covid GO. When I say no I mean a one in 10,000 kinda risk which is more than acceptable for me in order to do shit. I’ve never had a flu jab but might as I get older, WHO knows?
Searching for truth is perfectly fine as most people fail in doing so, assuming they try.

Auntie Thermite 12:49 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
If you took a step back for a moment and calmed your senses, you'd realise that it really is you, along with the other Branch Covidian faggots in this thread.

joyo 12:47 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
I'm not the one making an exhibition of myself with insane posts

Auntie Thermite 12:39 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
Exhibit A, your honour, I present to you Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell's greatest supporter, Jooyoo.

joyo 12:38 Thu Dec 8
Re: The first casualty of war, is the truth
Must be day release at Goodmayes as Golden Shower pissed stained Oldie is posting

Auntie Thermite 12:36 Thu Dec 8
The first casualty of war, is the truth
Of all the oxygen thieves that have exposed their slavish TV programmed natures in this thread here from the start of this obvious fraud, Branded is one of the few who can hold his head high.

He shown himself, in comparison, to be a rather well rounded and sensible adult male, capable of considering all the possibilities without spiralling off in some hysterical faggy emotional meltdown, before realising that everyone that d̶e̶m̶a̶n̶d̶e̶d̶told you go along with this fraud was either a devious lying cunt profiting from this hoax, or a mindless drone who deserves their self imposed servitude to the state and open contempt by the elites.

At least Branded never pretended he was getting the experimental and ineffective vaccine injected for other peoples benefit, he just had to travel abroad without restriction, you know, to do shit like a regular human rather unconcerned about catching a nasty cold might want to, that the commie compliant furlough sponsored statists all agreed that the only condition of travel should be by compliance with this criminal medical tyranny.

Maybe the better choice for you Branded would have been to pay a doctor (we now know they're all willing to do anything, even poison your children, for a straight cash injection) to issue a permit faking an unnecessary drug injection than actually go through the indignity of having unknown toxins injected into his veins.
Who knows what shit they put in there?

I wonder what that oldie mouldy bloke would have made of this actual pandemic of widespread misremembrance of all the facts in retrospect.

BRANDED 10:42 Thu Dec 8
Re: This coronavirus in China
I agree. fighting the anti democratic puritans, anti scientific fear mongering unelected technocrats, totalitarian money grabbing grubby tory fuckwits. For starters. Should never, ever be forgotten. .

Johnson 9:37 Thu Dec 8
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded’s behaviour during the Covid pandemic should never be forgotten.

BRANDED 2:08 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
That too, of course.

Lee Trundle 2:04 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
I thought you were lambasted for suggesting natural immunity is the ideal, but then you'd find away to push yourself to the front of the queue while you rush to get yourself vaccinated, BRANDED?

Immunity though the "vaccination", isn't natural immunity.

BRANDED 1:30 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
Someone lambasted me on this thread for suggesting natural immunity is the ideal. Obvs unless or until technology can fill a gap.


Wells was a socialist and a member of the Fabian Society.Winston Churchill was an avid reader of Wells's books, and after they first met in 1902 they kept in touch until Wells died in 1946. As a junior minister Churchill borrowed lines from Wells for one of his most famous early landmark speeches in 1906, and as Prime Minister the phrase "the gathering storm"—used by Churchill to describe the rise of Nazi Germany—had been written by Wells in The War of the Worlds, which depicts an attack on Britain by Martians.

Lily Hammer 1:06 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
Remember how we humans survived the Martian invasion in HG Wells’ “War if the Worlds?”


“And scattered about it, some in their overturned war-machines, some in the now rigid handling-machines, and a dozen of them stark and silent and laid in a row, were the Martians—dead!—slain by the putrefactive and disease bacteria against which their systems were unprepared; slain as the red weed was being slain; slain, after all man’s devices had failed, by the humblest things that God, in his wisdom, has put upon this earth.

“For so it had come about, as indeed I and many men might have foreseen had not terror and disaster blinded our minds. These germs of disease have taken toll of humanity since the beginning of things—taken toll of our prehuman ancestors since life began here. But by virtue of this natural selection of our kind we have developed resisting power; to no germs do we succumb without a struggle, and to many—those that cause putrefaction in dead matter, for instance—our living frames are altogether immune. But there are no bacteria in Mars, and directly these invaders arrived, directly they drank and fed, our microscopic allies began to work their overthrow. Already when I watched them they were irrevocably doomed, dying and rotting even as they went to and fro. It was inevitable. By the toll of a billion deaths man has bought his birthright of the earth, and it is his against all comers; it would still be his were the Martians ten times as mighty as they are. For neither do men live nor die in vain.“

Mike Oxsaw 12:20 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
, 12:13 Wed Dec 7

The cost of dealing with these protests would have been a bigger driving factor than any caring about the lives of the population (who breed like rabbits, anyway, so they can always knock out a replacement).

This would have been done for purely financial reasons.

Lee Trundle 12:20 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
Analysis suggests Covid-19 boosters likely to cause a net clinical harm to young adults (18-29 yr), where total severe adverse events (SAEs) will outweigh Covid hospitalizations averted.

https://jme.bmj.com/content/early/2022/12/05/jme-2022-108449


PROTECT THE VULNERABLE, KILL THE YOUNG.

Mike Oxsaw 12:16 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
Lee - that I don't doubt for a second; to my then wife's horror, my mother didn't bat an eyelid when my/our kids came home covered in all sorts of shit after a thoroughly enjoyed romp through the local woods.

The ex- would have had them hosed down with pure Domestos before letting them step foot in the house, but my mother was adamant - at that age they really do need exposure to the most common germs & viruses out there in order to build up their natural immune systems.

, 12:13 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
China has rolled back some of its strictest covid measures. Is this because of the protests, due to economic issues or a mixture of both?

Lee Trundle 11:54 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
I'm no expert, Mike, but you'll find a comment on here from me suggesting this could happen (I'm pretty sure I was replying to the shock of some poster when they questioned why I was putting my kid in school during lockdown).

Mike Oxsaw 11:47 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
You'd have expected that at least one of the government experts "best scenario" models would have predicted a spike in normally mild/sometimes fatal infections after the lockdown was lifted but I can't recall any official comments suggesting such.

BRANDED 10:40 Wed Dec 7
Re: This coronavirus in China
It is a parent’s nightmare - an illness that appears banal, making children feel a bit under the weather, but which in rare cases can lurch swiftly from routine to critical. Once it becomes invasive, entering the bloodstream, Strep A bacteria can lead to sepsis, chest, bone and joint infections, even necrotising fasciitis, otherwise known as the “flesh eating disease”.

Doctors are reporting a higher than usual number of cases. Nine children have now died due to complications from Strep A, and the level of concern is such that the government is considering giving preventative antibiotics to pupils at schools with cases.

It is not the only bug thriving this winter: latest monitoring shows that 10.5 per cent of those swabbed now test positive for flu, with the rate in 5-14 year olds highest, at 18.5 per cent. This time last year, by contrast, in the weekly Flu and Covid report, a mere 0.6 per cent of those tested came back positive. Flu hospitalisations in young children are nearly 20 times as high as last year. Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) - which can cause bronchiolitis and breathing problems, especially in toddlers - are also soaring here and abroad. In Germany, intensive care doctors have warned that hospital paediatric units are stretched to breaking point in part due to the rise in RSV.

There is an obvious cause of these increased rates: our first winter in three without lockdown. Dr Susan Hopkins, the UK Health Security Agency’s chief medical adviser, noted this week that “we’re back to normal social mixing… as things get back to normal, these traditional infections that we’ve seen for many years are circulating at great levels.”

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