Friday, 24 January 2020
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Cobra meeting held to discuss plan of action if it comes to the UK (assuming it hasn't already). This is another consequence of globalisation and mass immigration, people with diseases from all over the world travelling all over the world, what could possibly go wrong?
State of this lot :)

one week ago
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#283911
The appalling pandemic is now claiming even more victims than the millions of bodies we haven't seen piling up in the streets. Poor Sofia has gammy feet and can hardly walk, and that really is genuinely sad. The wee mite has had a covid test, and she is negative, so some good news. But wait, the BBC has now invented a new disease, Covid toes!!

Yes, bad feet are now due to covid!!
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-scotland-57867125?fbclid=IwAR0zuOmgnkJSyrOTYxEEM-zAmmnspKvWBWqT8_mlzz52V2-RyX4OPzMNumc
one week ago
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#283917
More rubbish from Marko, 'Covid toes' as a condition was recognised very early on in the pandemic in April 2020. Of course the wee lass will test negative for Covid as she could have been infected many months ago. I wish her all the best in her rehabilitation.
https://www.everydayhealth.com/coronavirus/what-are-covid-toes-must-know-facts-about-the-strange-coronavirus-symptom/
one week ago
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#283922
My apologies for not noticing that this bollocks was invented some time ago. This is based on a study of 7 people in China apparently, 7!

For management of COVID toes, some dermatologists are recommending aspirin, that's how serious it is.


Research is ongoing, and dermatologists are in the early stages of data collection. “With our American Academy of Dermatology registry, any healthcare worker in the world can submit a case, so we can collect the data and try to come up with guidelines that can help people,” says Fox. So as this was 15 months ago they've presumably found f all.

Patients should, however, remember that an allergic reaction could mean you have something entirely different from COVID-19. “Maybe you had a strawberry!!! Says Debra Wattenberg, MD, a dermatologist and an associate professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai, in New York City. Debra not towing the BBC bullshit line with her comic genius

So remember if you've had a strawberry, you should get a covid test, sit on the sofa and put a bag over your feet. Stay home, save feet.

Please post more of these, hysterical stuff
one week ago
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#283939
Does Marko let an AI Chatbot take over his corona postings?

I notice that when I point out one of the ways his previous posts can't possibly be right (i.e. I said there would be millions of bodies in the streets if his claim of lockdown costing 6 or 7 lives for every life saved was actually true), it then gets weaved irrationally into one of his next posts- "The appalling pandemic is now claiming even more victims than the millions of bodies we haven't seen piling up in the streets"

This is genuinely what a classic conversational AI chatbot would do, try to feed back the results of earlier dialogue but with a chaotic understanding of context.

I am wondering if I've spent 18 months debating with a machine learning algorithm,
one week ago
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#283975
You've never proved anything.
Orfc. Lockdown saves millions of lives
M every country with no lockdown has better stats than Britain. Japan, Korea Belarus, no excess deaths
Orfc checks and finds its correct. Then spends 18 months repeating the same lockdown rubbish he has failed to prove.

If lockdown is good for public health show us. You've spent more hours than every other person on the board combined researching it. Show us the results
one week ago
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#283977
It’s exactly the same for masks - not much clear data to say they work.

Quite a lot for the opposite in increasing cases and comparing mask/unmasked countries there’s no difference.

I want clear proof that wearing masks has saved x amount of deaths - there isn’t any apart from speculation.
one week ago
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#283978
A senior government scientist has suggested Long Covid is ‘Psychosomatic’ (not actually caused by Covid, but by stress etc)

Alan Nixon suggesting a bumpy road ahead…

one week ago
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#283988
You've never proved anything.
Orfc. Lockdown saves millions of lives
M every country with no lockdown has better stats than Britain. Japan, Korea Belarus, no excess deaths
Orfc checks and finds its correct. Then spends 18 months repeating the same lockdown rubbish he has failed to prove.

If lockdown is good for public health show us. You've spent more hours than every other person on the board combined researching it. Show us the results


But that's because it's countries that are doing badly with coronavirus who resort to lockdowns. In the same way as houses that resort to calling the fire brigade usually have a problem with fires. It doesn't mean the fire brigade cause fires.

The proof has been given to you over and over again, it's just that the Dunning-Kruger gang on here lack the mental faculties to comprehend it.
one week ago
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#284023
Oh dear God. Japan with a much denser, older population, millions on the tube every day should have lots more deaths. But guess what, it doesn't. It has less death than Scotland and no excess deaths. And why, because it had no lockdown. same for Korea.

So is this your new tactic? Having proved nothing other than an indefatigable ability to blub that lockdown saves lives for coming on for 2 years, you are now going to pretend that you have shown it? About 2 weeks ago you produced an article from Nial, 179000 thousand deaths was actually 12, Fergusson and an opinion article from a doctor who is on the payroll of Pfizer.

Will we go through the humiliation of doing this again? Come on then. For the benefit of boarders who are new, or who might have a whiff of suspicion that you are simply unable to understand the fact that no excess deaths in Japan, Belarus, and Korea is worse than Britain. Show us the evidence. Imagine in my dotage I've forgotten, take this opportunity to show us all again the situation where deaths from all causes without lockdown are compared to lockdown and lockdown is demonstrably better.

The floor is yours, take it away.... I'm agog

In the meantime a freedom of information request gives us this statistic. 5522 deaths in Scotland within 28 days of the vaccine. The source is in the comments
Oh dear God. Japan with a much denser, older population, millions on the tube every day should have lots more deaths v. But guess what, it doesn't. It has less death than Scotland and no excess deaths. And why, because it had no lockdown. same for Korea.

So is this your new tactic? Having proved nothing other than an indefatigable ability to blub that lockdown saves lives for coming on for 2 years, you are now going to pretend that you have shown it? About 2 weeks ago you produced an article from Nial, 179000 thousand deaths was actually 12, Fergusson and an opinion article from a doctor who is on the payroll of Pfizer.

Will we go through the humiliation of doing this again? Come on then. For the benefit of boarders who are new, or who might have a whiff of suspicion that you are simply unable to understand the fact that no excess deaths in Japan, Belarus, and Korea is worse than Britain. Show us the evidence. Imagine in my dotage I've forgotten, take this opportunity to show us all again the situation where deaths from all causes without lockdown are compared to lockdown and lockdown is demonstrably better.

The floor is yours, take it away.... I'm agog

In the meantime a freedom of information request gives us this statistic. 5522 deaths in Scotland within 28 days of the vaccine. The source is in the comments


No comments there…

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one week ago
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#284028
https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10216975416416835&set=a.1583400724135

It works for me
https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10216975416416835&set=a.1583400724135

It works for me




Can you screenshot the relevant comment?
one week ago
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#284032
Oh dear God. Japan with a much denser, older population, millions on the tube every day should have lots more deaths. But guess what, it doesn't. It has less death than Scotland and no excess deaths. And why, because it had no lockdown. same for Korea.

So is this your new tactic? Having proved nothing other than an indefatigable ability to blub that lockdown saves lives for coming on for 2 years, you are now going to pretend that you have shown it? About 2 weeks ago you produced an article from Nial, 179000 thousand deaths was actually 12, Fergusson and an opinion article from a doctor who is on the payroll of Pfizer.

Will we go through the humiliation of doing this again? Come on then. For the benefit of boarders who are new, or who might have a whiff of suspicion that you are simply unable to understand the fact that no excess deaths in Japan, Belarus, and Korea is worse than Britain. Show us the evidence. Imagine in my dotage I've forgotten, take this opportunity to show us all again the situation where deaths from all causes without lockdown are compared to lockdown and lockdown is demonstrably better.

The floor is yours, take it away.... I'm agog

In the meantime a freedom of information request gives us this statistic. 5522 deaths in Scotland within 28 days of the vaccine. The source is in the comments



And as I keep saying to you, other countries didn't have as harsh a lockdown as us because coronavirus didn't get as bad a grip on the country. Japan still had and still has restrictions though which is why you won't be watching the olympics anywhere but on the telly next week. Australia actually locks down states for a handful of cases and has been doing so since the start.

You are both illogical and innumerate, and continually fail to understand cause and effect, which is astonishing for someone who claims to be an accountant. I think everyone who reads this thread has a pretty good idea who's lacking in the evidential stakes. :-)

Next week: The police are round the village post office after a burglary, marko says this proves the police cause crime.
one week ago
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#284033
From November to February
Using the latest mortality data available (up to 26th February), 2,207 people have died
within 28 days of vaccination (number of days between vaccine and death is 0-27 where
0 is the day of vaccination).

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/730057/response/1741621/attach/html/4/2021%20000426.pdf.html
one week ago
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#284036
From November to February
Using the latest mortality data available (up to 26th February), 2,207 people have died
within 28 days of vaccination (number of days between vaccine and death is 0-27 where
0 is the day of vaccination).

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/730057/response/1741621/attach/html/4/2021%20000426.pdf.html


You missed the next sentence out...
" PHS is not currently aware of any deaths in Scotland that are considered conclusively linked to vaccination. "

I'm no actuary and it'll be more nuanced than this, but given by the end of february most over 65's had been vaccinated at least once, you're looking at 2,207 deaths out of an over 65 population of 1 million scots in a period of 2.5 months - but really that's 1 month given we're not counting people who died 29 days afterwards. Given deaths in scotland typically average over 50,000 a year for all age groups, but most would be in over 65's, it doesn't look too bad, as 2,207 * 12 = <30,000, in fact it seems surprisingly low

https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/files//statistics/population-estimates/mid-20/mid-year-pop-est-20-report.pdf

https://www.gov.scot/publications/foi-202000128465/


[censored] knows why that second link won't take, sort this shitty board out someone
one week ago
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#284042
From November to February
Using the latest mortality data available (up to 26th February), 2,207 people have died
within 28 days of vaccination (number of days between vaccine and death is 0-27 where
0 is the day of vaccination).

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/730057/response/1741621/attach/html/4/2021%20000426.pdf.html


You missed the next sentence out...
" PHS is not currently aware of any deaths in Scotland that are considered conclusively linked to vaccination. "

I'm no actuary and it'll be more nuanced than this, but given by the end of february most over 65's had been vaccinated at least once, you're looking at 2,207 deaths out of an over 65 population of 1 million scots in a period of 2.5 months - but really that's 1 month given we're not counting people who died 29 days afterwards. Given deaths in scotland typically average over 50,000 a year for all age groups, but most would be in over 65's, it doesn't look too bad, as 2,207 * 12 = <30,000, in fact it seems surprisingly low

https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/files/statistics/population-estimates/mid-18/mid-year-pop-est-18-pub

https://www.gov.scot/publications/foi-202000128465/


1) Still waiting for the evidence of lockdown
2) I think I agree with the above. Deaths are at 500 a month, using 50000 we get 12% of the population are dying within 28 days of a vaccine. Personally I don't think you can say it is due to the vaccine, but Sturgeon et al told us it was due to covid, and chucked in all the flu and pneumonia deaths. If you don't think that number is valid, then surely covid deaths aren't valid either?
3) Actuaries cut the cost of annuities last year, so people are expected to pay in for longer? A tad odd in a pandemic
one week ago
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#284044
The proof is in the same place it's always been

https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/deaths

Lockdowns happened second half of march last year, start of january this year

Each time the cases peaked nigh on immediately and the hospitalisations and deaths followed suit a couple of weeks later

There was also a bunch of half-arsed cicuit breakers around the end of october / start of november and they had s similarly half-arsed effect on the cases etc
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