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Post by Liz Eagles on 29.06.20 11:12

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@PeterMac wrote:Duesberg was very simply wrong. 
And caused untold damage to the people of South Africa
But nobody cares very much, because they are black.
Well, racism is a two way street and what you say there is racist. Not that I give two hoots about it. But this divisive mind conditioning is NOT helpful. It is a well used trap you have fallen into. It deflects attention from the real problem. To say "nobody cares because they are black" is naïve at best. The truth is the "nobody" you talk about don't care about ANYBODY except themselves. Black , white, yellow, brown . . . . . we are all the same to the psychopaths. Disposable.
You bought the racist card.

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Post by Liz Eagles on 29.06.20 12:09

There is a huge misconception by white entrepreneurs quangos and do-gooder that black people in Africa all have diseases, children with no shoes, going to carry water from filthy mud holes occupied by cattle.

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Post by Liz Eagles on 29.06.20 12:24

Botswana had the perfect balance. Now it is open to tribal war due to open borders within Africa. 

I am so sorry to say that this happy country's way of life has been ruined and the crime rate has escalated.

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Post by Doug D on 29.06.20 14:48

Threads wandered off track just a bit, but I’ll throw this into the present mix.
 
Crazy, but I suppose it’s in keeping with re-writing history, taking down statues and changing road names etc.
 
Two comments from Facebook:


That’s blown my mind!!!!!! The Black Boy pub in Retford has had to take its signs down  the world has officially gone fucking mad!!!
Iv walked past this pub all my life, an drank in this pub a good portion of my life.. never once have I seen it as racist!
 


 Interesting perspective from a "history of pub names" website: Now a rather controversial pub name, records of ‘Black Boy’ inns go back at least 250 years.
 
There are four potential origins of the name – and no-one’s really sure which is the real explanation! 
The pub could be named after:
a character with skin darkened by their work, like chimney sweeps or miners covered in soot or coal-dust.
King Charles II, who was nicknamed ‘Black Boy’ by his mother, Henrietta Maria of France because of his dark hair and complexion. 
The name was adopted by Charles’ supporters fighting for the restoration of the Monarchy in the 1650s. Inns using the Black Boy name were possibly declaring their royalist allegiance against Oliver Cromwell’s parliamentarians.
The least watertight etymology is that they’re named after local dark-coloured shipping signals, the name being a misspelling of Black Buoy
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Post by BlueBag on 29.06.20 16:08

You can't go to Church (not even outdoors) but you can congregate to celebrate Gay Pride.

Well of course you can.

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Post by Liz Eagles on 29.06.20 16:35

@BlueBag wrote:You can't go to Church (not even outdoors) but you can congregate to celebrate Gay Pride.

Well of course you can.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-53215304/how-the-world-celebrated-50-years-of-pride-despite-the-pandemic
In Africa you can't be gay and black.
It's just not African.

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Post by Liz Eagles on 29.06.20 16:45

In UK people would rather shop online and spend Sundays ignoring each other strapped to their phones. 

The Church of England foists  its leaders in a pandemic to tell the nation statues must be considered.

The Christian churches within the black communities don't struggle to find congregations and choirs.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 29.06.20 23:18

@Doug D wrote:
That’s blown my mind!!!!!! The Black Boy pub in Retford has had to take its signs down  the world has officially gone fucking mad!!!
Iv walked past this pub all my life, an drank in this pub a good portion of my life.. never once have I seen it as racist!
There's a couple of pubs near here called the White Horse and The Saracen's Head.

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Post by Verdi on 30.06.20 0:53

So, whilst the world is again grinding to a halt because of the pending doom of the dreaded virus, what choices do we have for some semblance of a reasonable future?

To daily venture forth from the domicile bedecked with chin strap, wellies, zoot-suit and a broom stick before facing the world.  Or do we follow the path of the Doctors WHO and revert to solitary confinement with untold effects on mental health?


Why we're all suffering from a bad case of lockdown brain fog


Seven weeks in, reports of lethargy and 'time blindness' are rife. Here's what you can do if you're struggling to get your brain in gear

By Eleanor Steafel

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/mind/suffering-bad-case-lockdown-brain-fog/

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I will copy/paste the whole report tomorrow.  It's not pretty!

ETA:  Full article..

It is day 49 of lockdown and even though some restrictions are easing, for many of us what can only be described as an impenetrable brain fog has descended.

It crept up slowly. First the days seemed to blur into one, weekdays becoming indistinguishable from weekends, days from nights. “It’s funny how time has changed and now it goes from 4:30pm to 11:21pm with no minutes in between,” someone joked on Instagram.

Suddenly, small tasks loom like huge insurmountable feats, and that long list of things you were going to achieve and people you were going to become in lockdown taunts you as you flop from one chore to the next. Does anyone else feel also inexplicably bone tired from barely moving? It is a heady, irritating cocktail, but as we enter week eight of our “new normal”, many of us are beginning to experience this particular brand of low level fatigue.

It’s no surprise, really. Where there were once schedules, social lives and routines, there is now a strange inertia to our days, punctuated only by the frissant of fear and anxiety. Brain fog is hard to explain, and feels a rather shameful thing to be struggling with in the circumstances (then again, a mental health blip does tend to come served with an unhelpful side order of shame). But much like the virus itself, this feeling also doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. So what is this lockdown lethargy?

“Time blindness” was the term coined by one recent article as an attempt to describe the numbing feeling of time stretching out ahead of you. “Allostatic load”, was another suggestion - a term for the psychological wear and tear that stress wreaks on the body and brain. Whatever you want to call it, rest assured you are not alone in experiencing a major case of pandemic brain fog. The good news is, experts say it is a perfectly normal response to this strange new existence.

Professor Trudie Chalder, who specialises in cognitive behavioural psychotherapy at King’s College London, says lockdown has provided the perfect breeding ground for this kind of fatigue. “We know that fatigue is multifactorial,” she says. “There is never going to be just one thing that contributes to fatigue, but there are a few things that are dead certs.

“One is distress. It could just be everyday anxiety that a lot of people are having now - not just the worries about getting the virus but money fears, being able to pay the bills, whether or not you’re still going to have a job when we come out of this, what’s going to happen to the economy.”

The Office for National Statistics said last week that its regular update on wellbeing showed the number of people over 16 reporting “deep levels of concern and stress” had more than doubled since late 2019. Meanwhile, more than 25 million people were affected by high levels of anxiety in late March as the decision to put the UK into lockdown triggered fears about health, job security and making ends meet among half the adult population.

Anxiety coupled with this sudden change in lifestyle is proving a toxic combination for many, and the loss of a daily routine could be, Professor Chalder says, another major trigger for fatigue. “We know routines are really important. Having a lack of routine can be very tricky and it will upset the body clock. The body clock is really key to helping us feel more normal in these abnormal situations.”

Exercise is also “vital”, as is getting regular fresh air. Getting out for a jog is all very well, but if you are mainly sedentary before and after, then your body (and, therefore, your brain) is only being energised for a tiny chunk of the day. “You need to every hour or so get up and move around,” says Professor Chalder. “Do some stretching. Do something other than just sit there, because that will make you very fatigued, and that’ll make it harder to get going.”

Part of the problem is it’s all too easy to become overwhelmed when there is nothing to punctuate your thoughts. We have lost all those markers in our day which used to force us out of a funk. In “The Before”, as many are now referring to the time pre-lockdown, you might find yourself in a dreadful tailspin on a Wednesday afternoon, but after the commute home from work, the walk to pick up the children from after school club, or the quick glass of wine with a friend, you’d have forgotten all about it, or at the very least parked it for another day. Now, there is nothing to put a full stop to your spiral.

Professor Anthony David, director of UCL’s Institute of Mental Health, says the loss of social contact in lockdown has had a significant effect on our propensity to sit in our feelings. “One thing which perpetuates it, I think, is a lack of emotional engagement, which of course we get through other people and intimate contacts,” he says. “That’s normally our way out of that state of mind. It punches us up again and rouses us. If we can’t get that in the usual way then perhaps we’re likely to get a bit stuck.

“If every day is slightly the same as the previous one and it’s all a bit of a mush, we lose that natural grounding.” It’s particularly difficult, Professor Chalder suggests, for extroverts, who maintain their self esteem and happiness so much through in-person interactions. “I know quite a few introverts who say they’ve never been happier, because they like staying in anyway,” she says. “Extroverts, or people who like socialising more, will find it a bit more difficult.”

For many, the “fog” manifests itself as a kind of numbness. Psychologists sometimes call this “dissociation” or “depersonalisation”, which the NHS describes as “a way the mind copes with too much stress. People who dissociate may feel disconnected from themselves and the world around them.”

“It’s the sense of being cut off, or that part of your conscious mind is cut off from another part of your conscious mind,” says Professor David, who explains that true dissociative disorders can be very short lived, while others can last much longer. “It can be a chronic and longstanding [problem],” he says.

In many ways, numbing is the brain’s attempt to protect itself, Professor David explains. “[It] can be a response to anxiety. A sort of - not necessarily conscious - way that people protect themselves.

“The mind protects itself by cutting off from what might be overwhelming feelings of fear and anxiety.

“In the current context, you get more and more anxious and then there comes a point when you just don’t feel anything. A kind of numbness. It’s the safety net you have to help you try to reorganise and regroup.” Psychologists tend to recommend what are known as “grounding procedures” for people feeling overwhelmed, he says. “So if you do feel you’re getting a bit cut off and you’re not sure what’s going on, it’s a way you can ground yourself by thinking ‘ok, I’m here, it’s such and such a time, I can feel things pressing on my body, I can see the bright light outside.’

“It gets you back and sort of resets the dials.”

So what can you do to reset your own dials at the moment? It sounds predictable, but all roads point to a balance of routine and stimulation. “There is a lot of good psychology around why routine is good for people, but not routine to the point of monotony,” says Professor David.

Exercise is also key. “There are lots of theories about how the hormones in the body and the brain are stimulated by physical activity,” he says. “It is an empirical fact that exercise has been shown to improve people’s mood.”

It also helps to try not to be quite so hard on yourself - something which many of us are struggling with now that those things which usually maintain our self esteem are no longer available to us. The chances are you have been expending what little energy you have beating yourself up, so why not “try to be kind to yourself,” says Professor Chalder. “It sounds like an easy thing [...] you have to pat yourself on the back for the things you have done and be pleased with yourself for that.

“Accept that to some extent this is out of our control. We, as mere mortals, have no control over this. The only thing we have any control over is how we respond to things behaviorally.”

So, this week, why not try and set a new list of intentions, but make them things you actually want to do. Let them involve fresh air where possible, and little things that will make you happy and, crucially, energise you. And if it all goes to pot by Wednesday, don’t beat yourself up. We are living in extraordinary times and we haven’t had much practise at this.

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Post by Doug D on 30.06.20 7:13

BBC keeps the scares coming. Old ‘swine flu’ virus has mutated. Well that’s a surprise. 
 
Flu virus with 'pandemic potential' found in China
 
By Michelle RobertsHealth editor, BBC News online
·       7 hours ago
A new strain of flu that has the potential to become a pandemic has been identified in China by scientists. 
It emerged recently and is carried by pigs, but can infect humans, they say. 
The researchers are concerned that it could mutate further so that it can spread easily from person to person, and trigger a global outbreak. 
While it is not an immediate problem, they say, it has "all the hallmarks" of being highly adapted to infect humans and needs close monitoring. 
As it's new, people could have little or no immunity to the virus. 
The scientists write in the journal [size=13]Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that measures to control the virus in pigs, and the close monitoring of swine industry workers, should be swiftly implemented. [/size]

Pandemic threat

A bad new strain of influenza is among the top disease threats that experts are watching for, even as the world attempts to bring to an end the current coronavirus pandemic. 
The last pandemic flu the world encountered - the swine flu outbreak of 2009 that began in Mexico - was less deadly than initially feared, largely because many older people had some immunity to it, probably because of its similarity to other flu viruses that had circulated years before.
 
That virus, called A/H1N1pdm09, is now covered by the annual flu vaccine to make sure people are protected. 
The new flu strain that has been identified in China is similar to 2009 swine flu, but with some new changes.
 
So far, it hasn't posed a big threat, but Prof Kin-Chow Chang and colleagues who have been studying it, say it is one to keep an eye on. 
The virus, which the researchers call G4 EA H1N1, can grow and multiply in the cells that line the human airways. 
They found evidence of recent infection starting in people who worked in abattoirs and the swine industry in China.
Current flu vaccines do not appear to protect against it, although they could be adapted to do so if needed.
Prof Kin-Chow Chang, who works at Nottingham University in the UK, told the BBC: "Right now we are distracted with coronavirus and rightly so. But we must not lose sight of potentially dangerous new viruses." 
While this new virus is not an immediate problem, he says: "We should not ignore it." 
Prof James Wood, head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Cambridge, said the work "comes as a salutary reminder" that we are constantly at risk of new emergence of pathogens, and that farmed animals, with which humans have greater contact than with wildlife, may act as the source for important pandemic viruses.
 
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-53227219
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Post by BlueBag on 30.06.20 7:46

So... any time that want to lock us down... they just come up with a new invisible enemy.

How do we get out of this?
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Post by JimbobJones on 30.06.20 8:37

Mass non-compliance is the only way. Do not consent to the nonsense, then take the consequences . . . . if any. Nothing to fear but fear itself.
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Post by Liz Eagles on 30.06.20 12:35

@JimbobJones wrote:Mass non-compliance is the only way. Do not consent to the nonsense, then take the consequences . . . . if any. Nothing to fear but fear itself.
Will you be leading the way?

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Post by cookiemuncher on 30.06.20 12:42

@Liz Eagles wrote:
@JimbobJones wrote:Mass non-compliance is the only way. Do not consent to the nonsense, then take the consequences . . . . if any. Nothing to fear but fear itself.
Will you be leading the way?
Liz, well obviously you won't be.  Someone has to start somewhere. I for one won't be having the "virus protection inoculation" that Bill Gates is trying to sell to the whole world, will you?

I won't even have the flu jab so I certainly won't be having this one.

I haven't even got a mobile phone, yet alone one with an app thingy, so the PTB wouldn't even be able to trace me anyway for their stupid "trace" thing.  The only downside is that myself or my friends won't be able to order a meal or a drink at our local Wetherspoons as none of us have mobile phones with an app to order in advance.
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Post by Verdi on 30.06.20 13:06

PM reveals UK post-lockdown recovery plan

Here are the main points:

Johnson said the government must assess its handling of the coronavirus crisis, saying: "There must be time to learn the lessons and we will."

He reiterated his plan from the election manifesto to recruit 20,000 police officers, as well as "ending the lunacy that stops us deporting violent criminals"

He said he wants to "build back greener and build a more beautiful Britain" by planting 30,000 hectares of trees to "enchant and re-energise the soul"

He pledged to build “fantastic new homes” by introducing radical planning reforms, as well as help younger people get on the housing ladder

The UK should set a goal for producing the world’s first zero emissions long haul, passenger plane, he said, adding that the country can be a “science super power”

He promised the government will offer an “opportunity guaranteed” for every person to have an apprenticeship or in-work placement.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-53230389
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That's all very impressive for pie in the sky thinking but what about dealing, frankly and robustly, with rectifying the situation you and your government have created for the people. Businesses are bankrupted, many people no longer have employment, people can't pay their rent/mortgages, health has been compromised - the lives of the nation are on hold. How do you propose to help the nation get back on it's feet after you pulled the ground from beneath?

You ploughed in with your wrecking ball of mass destruction and now you make promises about planting trees and building aircraft and littering the countryside with more ugly buildings? How many trees will be destroyed in the process - more to the point, how many more lives will be destroyed by your reckless governance?

And all because ....

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Post by BlueBag on 30.06.20 13:57

Bozza wrote:Johnson said the government must assess its handling of the coronavirus crisis, saying: "There must be time to learn the lessons and we will.
Number 1 - Stop using Imperial College and Bill Gates as Government advisors.


Number 2 - Make scientists and doctors publicly accountable for what they do.


Number 3 - Allow open discussion on any proposals - listen to all viewpoints.


It'll never happen - these tossers are not interested in truth.
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Post by JimbobJones on 30.06.20 14:17

@Liz Eagles wrote:
@JimbobJones wrote:Mass non-compliance is the only way. Do not consent to the nonsense, then take the consequences . . . . if any. Nothing to fear but fear itself.
Will you be leading the way?


What do you need a leader for? We are all sovereign beings. Just be polite and say "No, thankyou" when the chief shelf stacker asks if you want to be disinfected with his garden spray. Say "No, thankyou" when someone suggests you wear a mask . . . . remember, they are subjecting us to a humiliation ritual that needs consent.
If you JUST SAY NO it totally frustrates their objective, which is CONTROL OVER YOU at a personal level.

This is becoming more important than ever, the danger is very high now. If you act like a carpet you are going to get walked all over.
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Post by mezzyd on 30.06.20 18:00

I fully agree with Verdi’s description of “wrecking ball”, also JimBobJones’ assessment that this is a highly dangerous situation & that people should stand up & say no whenever possible. It is difficult to know what else can be done in the face of a huge onslaught against all normality & the neutralisation of the checks & balances within our democracy. A judicial review of the Coronavirus regulations is due to be heard on Thursday, let’s hope that has some success
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Post by cookiemuncher on 30.06.20 18:22

@JimbobJones wrote:
@Liz Eagles wrote:
@JimbobJones wrote:Mass non-compliance is the only way. Do not consent to the nonsense, then take the consequences . . . . if any. Nothing to fear but fear itself.
Will you be leading the way?


What do you need a leader for? We are all sovereign beings. Just be polite and say "No, thankyou" when the chief shelf stacker asks if you want to be disinfected with his garden spray. Say "No, thankyou" when someone suggests you wear a mask . . . . remember, they are subjecting us to a humiliation ritual that needs consent.
If you JUST SAY NO it totally frustrates their objective, which is CONTROL OVER YOU at a personal level.

This is becoming more important than ever, the danger is very high now. If you act like a carpet you are going to get walked all over.
I went to my local hospital last week for blood tests and had that horrible gungy stuff sprayed on to my hands, I couldn't rub it in so had to get a tissue out of my bag to wipe it off, but the man on the desk didn't even stop me.  For all he knew I could have had germs on the tissue, although he'd taken my temperature with that monitor they put on your forehead, but he wouldn't have know where the tissue came from.

Also when I was in the hospital there were many people walking around without masks on, I said to the lady that did the blood tests, "I thought you were supposed to wear masks in the hospital at all times" and she said they keep telling people but they don't listen.  So why did they let them in???
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Post by Liz Eagles on 30.06.20 20:45

@mezzyd wrote:I fully agree with Verdi’s description of “wrecking ball”, also JimBobJones’ assessment that this is a highly dangerous situation & that people should stand up & say no whenever possible. It is difficult to know what else can be done in the face of a huge onslaught against all normality & the neutralisation of the checks & balances within our democracy. A judicial review of the Coronavirus regulations is due to be heard on Thursday, let’s hope that has some success
How long will a Judicial Review take? 

Pass the parcel springs to mind. 

Now, where's that bleeding squirrel..

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Post by Verdi on 30.06.20 22:01

@cookiemuncher wrote:Also when I was in the hospital there were many people walking around without masks on, I said to the lady that did the blood tests, "I thought you were supposed to wear masks in the hospital at all times" and she said they keep telling people but they don't listen. So why did they let them in???

I imagine they put on the mask before entering the premises and then remove the mask once inside - that's what I do when prevented from entry without mask. I entered a DIY store the other day, the bloke on the desk shouted .... oi, you! When I looked back he was telling me in sign language to lift the mask across mouth and nose (it was a chin strap at the time). Oh the irony - he wasn't even wearing a mask!

What's good for the goose 'n all that.




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Your country needs you, stay .... a lert

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Post by BlueBag on 01.07.20 6:56

Or....

Gather together and let's reach herd social immunity as quickly as possible.

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Post by BlueBag on 01.07.20 7:52

THIS IS INCREDIBLE!!!!

From the horses mouth (CDC USA).

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/testing/serology-overview.html
CDC wrote:

What do your results mean?

If you test positive


  • A positive test result shows you may have antibodies from an infection with the virus that causes COVID-19. However, there is a chance a positive result means that you have antibodies from an infection with a virus from the same family of viruses (called coronaviruses), such as the one that causes the common cold.


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