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Post by BlueBag 06.03.21 10:19

How long are we going to put up with this lunacy?



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Post by BlueBag 06.03.21 15:56

Police who don't know the law.

This man handles the Policewoman really well.

She doesn't have a clue.

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Post by AnneBarnard 06.03.21 19:56

I see the Seychelles are going to allow anyone to go on holiday there without any vaccine passport paraphernalia nonsense idiocy.

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the Seychelles will welcome all visitors from March 25, irrespective of their vaccination status.

Good for them.


But, I expect a new "Seychelles Variant Of Concern" (TM) to be announced in the near future... music

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Post by Verdi 07.03.21 0:30

So here's the rub.

No matter what new innovations appear on the market, no matter how much social distancing, layers of face flannels, travel corridors, restricted marriages funerals births and deaths - if there is a COVID-19 or any other pending pandemic on the horizon, it will not make the slightest difference.

If the current situation is to be believed, it only takes one on one to set the ball rolling. You can't predict or control a disease, it will run it's course whatever restrictions, rules, regulations, laws, heatwaves, world cups are introduced.

As I see the situation at present, folk otherwise deprived of their former lives and income, are resorting to innovation in order to make a living.

No sooner had the 'restrictions' been introduced, a local genius swiftly came up with the idea of manufacturing an selling silly face masks. This clearly was not an order from above, it was just some bright spark taking the opportunity to cash in on an enforced situation. 10/10 for ingenuity!

That's how life works, laws rules regulations restrictions are introduced and folk find a way to diversify - it is the way of things. The human instinct to survive.

The seemingly crazy ideas of pod-life, bubble gumming, home work, virtual travel, peep shows - so on and so forth, are just sensational futuristic visions. It's been the focus of sci-fi for decades, these things always materialize many years hence.

I doubt it's anything abnormal like insightful prediction but more grabbing ideas from past fantastical blockbuster books and films, to turn the unreal into the real. Of course it's possible if you put your mind to it.

Time and time again I've said, people are only guided by their own lives. If something is to their advantage they will support it, if not they will reject it, it's human nature.

As for the media, how much you read is open to conjecture. Is it true, vaguely true, deception or fake news. In my view always start with the later and work backwards until you find a happy medium, some semblance of truth.

The media, mainstream and social, is a massive propaganda machine designed to influence. Cut that out, observe for yourself rather than believing what your are told and you might just open your eyes to reality.

Be true to yourself, never allow anyone else nor anything else to influence your instincts. Otherwise, they win and you lose!

Restrictions imposed or otherwise will not control a rampant disease.

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Post by Jill Havern 07.03.21 7:16

Adverse Incident Reports Show 966 Deaths Following Vaccination for COVID-19

March 6, 2021


According to adverse incident reports collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 966 individuals have died after having received an mRNA vaccine for COVID-19.
Between Dec. 14 and Feb. 19, 19,769 reports were made to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) following immunizations with either the Moderna or Pfizer BioNTech mRNA vaccines (the only two vaccines given during the time period assessed). At this time, VAERS data is not available after Feb. 19.
The 966 deaths represent 5 percent of the total number of adverse events reports. Of those who died, 86, (8.9 percent) died on the same day they got the shot. An additional 129, (13.4 percent) died within one day. An additional 97 died within 2 days, and 61 within 3 days.
A total of 514 (53.2 percent) died within a week. 173 died within 7-13 days. 106 within 14-20 days.
85 percent of deaths occurred in individuals over 60; below 60 there were five deaths among those aged 20-29; 8 aged 30-39; 20 aged 40-49; and 57 aged 50-59.
For detailed information drawn from the VAERS reports, see charts provided at the link at the end of this article.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Information drawn from VAERS reports on mRNA vaccinations for COVID-19. (source: CDC)

Comparison With Influenza Vaccines

Neither of the mRNA vaccines  are FDA approved, rather, they have Emergency Use Approval (EUA). They represent a departure from traditional vaccines in that they do not use any part of the suspected pathogen to stimulate the immune system, but rather, nucleoside modified RNA, from which Moderna drew its name.
Dr. Christian Perrone, head of Infectious Disease at Hopital de Garches in France, stated in a complaint filed in Europe:
“The first vaccines they are offering us are not vaccines. They are gene therapy products. They…inject nucleic acids that will cause our own cells to produce elements of the virus.”
The death rate following COVID mRNA vaccination is much higher than that following influenza vaccination.
The CDC’s data allows only a ballpark estimation of the rate of deaths following flu vaccination.
In the 2019-2020 influenza season the CDC reports that 51.8 percent of the U.S. population received a vaccine, which is approximately 170 million people.
VAERS reports that in the calendar year 2019 (not the 2019-2020 influenza season) there were 45 deaths following vaccination. To provide context, in 2018 VAERS reports 46 deaths, and in 2017 it reports 20 deaths.
The 45 deaths in 2019 are occurring at a rate of 0.0000265 percent, when calculated using the number of vaccines given in the 2019-2020 influenza season.
As of Feb. 19, 41,977,401 COVID vaccinations had been given with 966 deaths reported following vaccination, which is approximately a rate of .0023 percent.

The VAERS System

VAERS was put in place in 1990, to capture unforeseen reactions from vaccines.
VAERS is criticized both for the fact that anybody can submit a report, and for the fact that it catches only a fraction of the adverse incidents.
The VAERS website describes the system in this way:
“Established in 1990, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines. VAERS is co-managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). VAERS accepts and analyzes reports of adverse events (possible side effects) after a person has received a vaccination. Anyone can report an adverse event to VAERS. Healthcare professionals are required to report certain adverse events and vaccine manufacturers are required to report all adverse events that come to their attention.
“VAERS is a passive reporting system, meaning it relies on individuals to send in reports of their experiences to CDC and FDA. VAERS is not designed to determine if a vaccine caused a health problem, but is especially useful for detecting unusual or unexpected patterns of adverse event reporting that might indicate a possible safety problem with a vaccine. This way, VAERS can provide CDC and FDA with valuable information that additional work and evaluation is necessary to further assess a possible safety concern.”
Without a medical diagnosis or autopsy, the report of an adverse incident following a vaccination is not proof that the vaccination caused any particular symptoms.
In a reply to The Epoch Timesabout the VAERS death report, Steven Danehy, Director of Global Media Relations for Pfizer, wrote:
“To date, millions of people have been vaccinated with our vaccine. Serious adverse events, including deaths that are unrelated to the vaccine, are unfortunately likely to occur at a similar rate as they would in the general population.”
Moderna has not responded to requests for comment.
The VAERS database is dense with information and can be difficult for some users to follow. The Epoch Times has extracted its data as clearly as possible in charts provided in the link below.
At the link below are charts containing: on the tab “All Deaths Readable” descriptions of what happened to the patients—effects they experienced as reported by health care workers and/or relatives, or other witnesses; VAERS ID numbers (used to look up a complete file on the VAERS database); vaccination type; manufacturer; vaccination name; date received; age, gender and state of each recipient; as well as medical history; and other medications patients were taking.
Summary_of_VAERS_deaths_through_Feb_19th

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Post by sharonl 07.03.21 11:06

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Am I being cynical, or is there a link?

Did John McCann know about this forthcoming virus?  It may explain something.
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Post by Doug D 07.03.21 12:31

I don’t know enough about the continued fight for compensation and ongoing funding over thalidomide, but it just seemed odd to suddenly spring this up in this years budget, two years before the funding runs out, at a time when the long fought for safeguards against new drugs etc, (many of which came about due to the thalidomide scandal) were swept out the window at a stroke by removing any liabilities to the big pharma companies over the new vaccines. 
 
Obviously a good thing to give security and some peace of mind to the victims, but is it a case of getting it out the way now before some future event (can’t think what) kicks in? 
 
Probably a silly question, but why does the government have to pick up the tab, not Diageo (Distillers)?
No doubt a clause in the original settlement that it was ‘full and final’ or something, thereby removing any further liabilities and claims.
 
Thalidomide scandal: Sunak pledges lifetime support for survivors
 
Joy and relief from campaigners as chancellor’s budget extends support that had been due to run out in 2023 
 
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Thalidomide campaigners have reacted with relief and joy after the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, pledged a “lifetime commitment” of funding to support survivors of the scandal.
Announcing the budget on Wednesday, Sunak said funding to support survivors of the thalidomide scandal was due to run out in 2023, adding: “They deserve better than to have constant uncertainty about the future costs of their care. So not only will I extend this funding with an initial downpayment of around £40m, I am today announcing a lifetime commitment, guaranteeing funding for ever.”
 
“We’re all so happy, relieved and grateful,” said Nick Dobrik, a thalidomide survivor who has long campaigned for the victims’ compensation funding to continue past 2023.
“These funds are vital to ensure that we have dignity and independence in old age. I’m 61 but feel like I’m in my 80s. Because of my disabilities, I’ve had to use my body in ways it wasn’t meant to be used. As a result, I have constant pain in my shoulders and my fingers, which means that finding gainful employment is very difficult.”
The Tory MP Simon Hoare, the vice-chair of the all-party parliamentary group for thalidomide, also welcomed the announcement. “I am incredibly grateful to Rishi for hearing our case and responding so warmly and fully. The relief that the thalidomide community feels in the knowledge that this is an issue resolved for life is incalculable.”
The thalidomide scandal was one of the world’s worst drug disasters. Caused by a medicine prescribed to pregnant women as a treatment for morning sickness in the late 1950s and early 1960s, about 10,000 babies worldwide were born with severe and life-changing deformities before the drug was withdrawn in 1961.

There are 312 remaining survivors in the UK. Their disabilities range from the mildly affected to those who have severely disfigured hands and feet, or have no arms or legs, and who are dependent on others in every aspect of daily living.
As this community ages – the average age is now 59 – their mental and physical health needs were growing, said Deborah Jack, the chief executive of the Thalidomide Trust. “The worry that the surviving thalidomiders have had looming over them in recent years is that the funding would run out just as they were facing increased health issues as a direct result of their disabilities,” she said.
The trust has been working closely with the Department of Health and Social Care and the Treasury to get the funding extended. Data collected by the trust and submitted to the government shows that thalidomide survivors live with significantly worse physical and mental health than the general population of the same age and that there has been a marked deterioration in recent years.
The research found that in addition to poorer physical health, they experienced a greater prevalence of poor mental health than the general population.
“As they age, it is becoming increasingly clear that the normal deterioration in health associated with ageing has a disproportionate impact on thalidomide survivors because of their disabilities,” said Jack.
“Many beneficiaries have been reliant on informal family care throughout their lives and in recent years this support has been disrupted by children leaving home, parents sadly becoming infirm and passing away, and relationships breaking down or partners becoming unwell and needing care themselves.
“As a result, an increasing number now require paid professional care.”
 
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Post by Verdi 09.03.21 1:07

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If you have any information concerning this environmental catastrophe please contact Bill Gates c/o Microsoft Inc. or WHO Int Inc or failing that Greeta Funbugger of no fixed abode.

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Post by Verdi 09.03.21 1:14

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Updated
March 8, 2021, 8:02 p.m.

10 minutes ago

Covid-19 Live Updates: Vaccinated People May Meet Indoors in Small Groups but Should Still Mask in Public, C.D.C. Says

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Crap!

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Post by Verdi 09.03.21 12:06

Oh look .... light at the end of the tunnel..

Switzerland votes in favour of ‘burka ban’ outlawing face coverings

Muslim groups condemn decision as referendum result shows narrow majority back proposal

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I'll rock with that, I'm with you every step of the way..

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Post by Jill Havern 09.03.21 13:10

Together again! Joy for families with elderly relatives as care homes allow visitors for the first time in a YEAR 

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Similar emotional reunions took place across the country as care homes reopened to visitors.


For you Blue Bag ^^^

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Post by crusader 09.03.21 13:35

This has got to stop, dressing people up like they are entering an Ebola ravaged village is bordering on insanity. All that was missing from this scene ,was someone following behind with a  pressure bottle full of disinfectant, spraying the floor where they had walked.
People are being forced to comply with any conditions the government throws at them in order to see their relatives.
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Post by CaKeLoveR 09.03.21 13:45

Four of the seven Nightingale hospitals are going to close because 'they were not needed'. There's a surprise.
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Post by Verdi 09.03.21 14:50

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Titter ye not!

I experienced such some while ago when entering a 'temporary' municipal building - temporary because the big one had been closed due to COVID-19, so said the locked door. banghead .

Not only did they spray the floor before me as I walked, they sprayed the floor after me as I left the building.

How we laughed!

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Post by BlueBag 09.03.21 14:52

Witty is stringing us along still.

They have no intention of ending this until everything is broken.

Expect more lockdowns because he is saying so.
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Post by JimbobJones 09.03.21 15:28

Some of you might remember I had an "incident" at a bank recently. Here is an update. 
I just got a phonecall from the banks head office. Last friday I fired off another letter, I was tired of waiting for a reply to my original complaint. This time I addressed it to the Chairman, using his name, and it got an instant response. I sent him a copy of my original complaint with a covering letter expressing concern at his legal departments unprofessional response and failure to even acknowledge receipt. Instant results. They have "upheld my complaint".

 I thoroughly recommend using the power of the law if you have been discriminated against. 

They have offered to pay me off. I turned that down. A word to the wise, never accept the first offer . . . what they want to hear is the sentence including the words how much it will take  "to not take matters any further". They have admitted they were in the wrong, now they must "Make me Whole" !
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Next time you face discrimination use the threat of THE LAW. We can ALL do this. It would SOON STOP if we expose their guilt.

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