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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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Mike Oxsaw 4:01 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Golden Oldie 3:40 Sat Nov 28

If I ever find I have the NEED to do such a thing, I'll be sure to let you know.

A can handle a few extra mouse clicks without getting stressed.

Have a read up on how the Interweb works - one of those books with a yellow and black cover would be a good start for you.

BRANDED 3:59 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
I was thinking you could have nine mugshots of Tories.

Nurse Ratched 3:58 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
...on a screenshot of this page? 🙂

Mike Oxsaw 3:57 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED 3:55 Sat Nov 28

That's what's on all the mirrors in your drum, isn't it?

BRANDED 3:55 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
I think they should have a “ how many cunts do you see in this image “

Nurse Ratched 3:42 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Urgh! @ CAPTCHA

Bloody traffic lights, school buses and zebra crossings. Drives me mental.

Golden Oldie 3:40 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
MyCockIsBatteredBlackAndBlue

How do you bypass the "I am not a robot" no CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA challenge?

Mike Oxsaw 3:35 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED 3:13 Sat Nov 28

Ads? For what, the contents of their website? How does that get money in their account?

Golden Oldie 3:31 Sat Nov 28
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BRANDED 3:13 Sat Nov 28

Blimey that's gong back some, from a more innocent time when Zuckerborg was human.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYslwSw8IMo

Golden Oldie 3:25 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
That what the bog trotter gets for living next door to selfish toxic cunts!

BRANDED 3:21 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
He should keep his hands out of your bog then!

Too Much Too Young 3:19 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
My drunken irish next door neighbour has tested positive after feeling shit all week.

BRANDED 3:13 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
As Zuckerberg said

“ we run ads Senator”

Mike Oxsaw 3:11 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
What do big media get out of this?

How does somebody clicking on their website put food on their table?

BRANDED 3:03 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
The Tories are ALWAYS on the side of their paymasters.
Otherwise the tax havens would be shut.

Eerie Descent 2:18 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Bit early for a broadsheet, son?

Golden Oldie 2:18 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Big pharma, big tech, big media, big oil and the Military Industrial Complex taking over shit.

It used to be the latter 2 that were running the game, now we get Greta's pals calling the shots in conjunction.

Anyway it's just for two weeks to flatten the curve...

stewie griffin 2:14 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
As it happens, I don't think the government is on anyone's side. They're interested in being re-elected, not much else. But, if you're in a global pandemic (emphasis on if, that's a different debate) then the one thing it isn't, or shouldn't be, is political. Its been made that way by the overly dramatic narratives being pushed.

I'd broadly characterise the government position as anti lockdown. We locked down late first time, came out earlier, eased restrictions quicker, and again second time locked down later than most of western Europe. Our lockdowns were also far less strict than those of others. Even on our own doorstep, Scotland and Wales have had far more restrictions than England, in spite of fewer cases and deaths. I don't need or expect you to agree, but all of the above is factually correct so I hope you are at least respectful of that as a starting position.

So as an overarching position I simply don't see the control element that you do. They've had ample opportunity to have more control - their opposition both home and abroad were putting significant pressure on for stricter and earlier lockdowns, the media likewise, their own scientists leaking the fact that their advice to lockdown has been ignored to the media, and even the opinion polls - shaped by the media narrative- heavily favoured greater lockdown measures. There are plenty on here who will happily tell you they've not done enough and should have been stricter.

It's all relative, and on a relative basis we've had a far more restriction free year than most of the world (Australia has whole regions locked down for a handful of cases). Again, there's plenty on here who will tell you that our slapdash approach has pushed deaths far higher than they needed to be.


And all of that is the art of the media deception and misdirection. Create enough division and there's no right answer. If 50% of the population think you're doing too much and 50% of the population think you aren't doing enough, you're fucked whatever you do. And you can perpetuate that cycle by running stories that support both sides on a weekly basis (as demonstrated three times in the past two days).

None of that is a defence of the government- I've been very clear where i think they failed - not closing borders, doing their own app , being weak and caving to pressure for lockdowns - but in terms of influence and setting public opinion, the media lead, I'm not even sure that government comes in second place.

And when you actually stop to think about who benefits from all this and where the power and money actually lies its far more likely to be media companies, pharma, businesses like amazon, and basically anyone who has a longer lifespan than politicians who - as evidenced by trump - are likely to be voted out at the very first opportunity as a result oftheir response(or lack thereof) to covaids.... in our case in favour of someone who favours far stricter lockdown control measures.

Fo the Communist 2:06 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Horrible errant use of the apostrophe. Humble apologies.

Fo the Communist 2:02 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Irons
Personal private flaws matter when they mirror those that define your decision-making and public performance surely?

Talk of opposition performance is for the birds on this subject. While it might provide temporary cheer for Boris' supporter's it is merely misdirection.

Golden Oldie 1:50 Sat Nov 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
This only ends when people realise it’s not meant to end.

Regulation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution [Great Reset]
June 2019
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulation-for-the-fourth-industrial-revolution/regulation-for-the-fourth-industrial-revolution



UK forecast to borrow £394bn this year, "the highest recorded level of borrowing in our peacetime history"

Chancellor Rishi Sunak says underlying debt is expected "to continue rising in every year reaching 97.5% of GDP in 2025/26"
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-55062425

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