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  3. 24-01-2020 15:33
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?
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Quote Marko: Lockdown has doubled unemployment, is estimated to cause 35000 additional cancer deaths, we have 3m small business owners who don't qualify for Government support or Universal credit, children being admitted to hospital with self harming is up 7 times, calls to suicide lines have doubled, domestic abuse call-outs and child sexual abuse call-outs have all doubled.

Strangely, Cancer deaths have fallen, and the Flu is virtually non existent.

Our European neighbours seem to value lockdown, like the frogs, krauts, Ities, Polish and the Ukraine just starting.

Get on to them and tell them to stop being a bunch of numpties !

Oh, Brazil and Mexico, agree with you.
  1. 08-04-2021 10:45
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Marko's just peddling the same shite he has for a year

See... how he confuses the BMA with Body Mass Index

See... how he deliberately conflates shitey lateral flow false positive tests with PCR testing (false positives < 0.1%)

See... how he declares positive cases started dropping after 'double testing' was introduced (some thing he claimed happened at the start of feb, though cases actually dropped at the start of january)

See... how he continually confuses cause and effect with lockdowns - he still doesn't understand badly affected countries resort to lockdowns, rather than lockdowns making countries badly affected
  1. 08-04-2021 12:01
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Marko's just peddling the same shite he has for a year

See... how he confuses the BMA with Body Mass Index

See... how he deliberately conflates shitey lateral flow false positive tests with PCR testing (false positives < 0.1%)

See... how he declares positive cases started dropping after 'double testing' was introduced (some thing he claimed happened at the start of feb, though cases actually dropped at the start of january)

See... how he continually confuses cause and effect with lockdowns - he still doesn't understand badly affected countries resort to lockdowns, rather than lockdowns making countries badly affected


Sigh. Imagine if 1 day, just once, instead of spluttering but but but you actually posted some evidence.
Go on then provide a link that shows that lockdown is better for public health than no lockdown. Not some insignificant whine that there is a spelling mistake somewhere, or that people in Scotland have to travel 200 mikes to an A&E or, when my wife was in a building that is not a hospital. Not that it causes some marginal slow on the spread of covid, but that when all is considered, lockdown is better. An actual link to something that actually shows that lockdown is better than no lockdown.

Politicians have created the worst recession for 300 years. You have bought their claptrap magnified by journalists desperate to stay in jobs so there should thousands of articles supported by an avalanche of evidence that show indisputably that lockdown is better. So show a couple

“Scientists are doing an awful lot of damage to the world in the name of helping it. I don’t mind attacking my own fraternity because I am ashamed of it.” –Kary Mullis, Inventor of Polymerase Chain Reaction

The process was invented in the 1990s, by Californian scientist Kary Mullis. At a public event, he once said: "With PCR, if you do it well you can find almost anything in anybody."

Except the ability to avoid auto-suggestion apparently and interpret a graph. . Nice one saying that cases fell at te start of January. Except they always do because the registration centres are shut for the holidays. And then they went back up again. Until the method of testing was changed
  1. 08-04-2021 15:06
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Simples.

Every time before we locked down cases and deaths were shooting up. When we locked down, shortly after cases began to fall as transmission was restricted, then hospitalisations, then deaths. Using your logic the lockdowns travelled backwards in time and caused the rise in cases.
  1. 08-04-2021 19:34
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25k capacity at Wembley after the June 21st freedom day.

Why?
  1. 08-04-2021 19:38
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Simples.

Every time before we locked down cases and deaths were shooting up. When we locked down, shortly after cases began to fall as transmission was restricted, then hospitalisations, then deaths. Using your logic the lockdowns travelled backwards in time and caused the rise in cases.


What a crock. The number of deaths in August with no lockdowns in Scotland was 1 a day. It remained at that level for 7 weeks after the schools opened Just mince. Japan had no lockdowns, 125m people, fewer deaths than Scotland. Korea the same. Belarus the same. New Zealand, Vietnam, Botswana, very short lockdowns, less deaths than Britain.
Johnson, Sturgeon, Starmer, have supported lockdown which has caused the worst recession in 300 years, the most excess deaths since 1945. You support that, show me the evidence why.

There have been 3 major court cases where the equivalent of high court judges have considered the evidence for lockdown. In every case the Government has lost. In Portugal, it was considered that testing was not accurate enough to force to people to be imprisoned in their hotels. In Belgium the evidence was not enough to warrant lockdown. In California the court told the state to release the scientific evidence for lockdown, the state lifted lockdown rather than release evidence.

There is no scientific evidence that proves that lockdown is better than non lockdown, as you know. The Government is buying press space because it has been challenged in the high court, in England, by the hospitality industry. Johnson opened his great mouth and said we can't open the pubs because of scientific evidence. Immediately the hospitality industry jumped on him and opened a case to show the scientific evidence. And like you, who has searched for it, it doesn't exist. Hopefully the pubs, clubs football teams et al will sue the arse off Johnson, Sturgeon and the rest of them for compensation.
  1. 08-04-2021 22:39
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Simples.

Every time before we locked down cases and deaths were shooting up. When we locked down, shortly after cases began to fall as transmission was restricted, then hospitalisations, then deaths. Using your logic the lockdowns travelled backwards in time and caused the rise in cases.


What a crock. The number of deaths in August with no lockdowns in Scotland was 1 a day. It remained at that level for 7 weeks after the schools opened Just mince. Japan had no lockdowns, 125m people, fewer deaths than Scotland. Korea the same. Belarus the same. New Zealand, Vietnam, Botswana, very short lockdowns, less deaths than Britain.
Johnson, Sturgeon, Starmer, have supported lockdown which has caused the worst recession in 300 years, the most excess deaths since 1945. You support that, show me the evidence why.

There have been 3 major court cases where the equivalent of high court judges have considered the evidence for lockdown. In every case the Government has lost. In Portugal, it was considered that testing was not accurate enough to force to people to be imprisoned in their hotels. In Belgium the evidence was not enough to warrant lockdown. In California the court told the state to release the scientific evidence for lockdown, the state lifted lockdown rather than release evidence.

There is no scientific evidence that proves that lockdown is better than non lockdown, as you know. The Government is buying press space because it has been challenged in the high court, in England, by the hospitality industry. Johnson opened his great mouth and said we can't open the pubs because of scientific evidence. Immediately the hospitality industry jumped on him and opened a case to show the scientific evidence. And like you, who has searched for it, it doesn't exist. Hopefully the pubs, clubs football teams et al will sue the arse off Johnson, Sturgeon and the rest of them for compensation.


Have you ever heard the phrase - 'we are in this together' being used several times as propoganda.................well, they are in this together.
  1. 09-04-2021 00:18
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It is simples

The virus doesn't move about of its own accord, it hitches a ride on us, so the more we physically socialise the more it spreads. Thus hospitality businesses that rely on physical socialisation spread the virus. Thus they open last with the most restrictions.
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Wasn't there myself but I heard that the town was heaving today.

Hairdressers and beer gardens today isn't it?
  1. 12-04-2021 23:11
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25k capacity at Wembley after the June 21st freedom day.

Why?


Because the government hadn’t yet told you that ‘lifting all social restrictions’ doesn’t actually include ‘lifting social distancing’.

Even when Mr Whitty was being quoted as saying ‘we must live with it like the flu’ by our printed media, the actual interview with him contained statements like “social distancing will be with us for at least another 1-2 years”.
  1. 12-04-2021 23:16
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Wasn't there myself but I heard that the town was heaving today.

Hairdressers and beer gardens today isn't it?


beer gardens, lol, who's desperate to pay £4 a pint to sit shivering outside in the cold? You can do that in your own garden for a £1.30 a bottle from Aldi
  1. 13-04-2021 00:52
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Wasn't there myself but I heard that the town was heaving today.

Hairdressers and beer gardens today isn't it?


beer gardens, lol, who's desperate to pay £4 a pint to sit shivering outside in the cold? You can do that in your own garden for a £1.30 a bottle from Aldi


Was a bit nippy wasn't it, especially with the wind.

Seen just before it is all the shops by the looks of it that are open, queuing to get into TK Maxx in Carlisle.

Dawned on me that the shops have been closed for how long and I wasn't even sure that they were opening today - did I really miss them or need them that badly?

Some of the clothes that I wear are a bit worse for wear if you pardon the pun and could do with replacing but these are exactly what I bought them for in the first place, to just slum around the house in, cheap stuff you don't mind as much getting all shitted up - nowt worse than having to change your best shirt before tucking into a take-away curry is there?

Well there is actually, being lazy and keeping said shirt on and then you can be as careful as you want and then you overload a bit of naan dipped in curry and bang - right down your shirt, then whilst your tea is going stone cold you are stuck in the kitchen over the sink, rubbing the shirt together in a mad frenzy with Vanish powder whilst asking the missus in a worried voice for the thirtieth time 'do you think that this stain will come out'.
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  1. 13-04-2021 22:28
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Just listening to that Steffan bloke who comes on after the footie has finished on the radio (I am on the PC and too lazy to turn it off) - just done a phone in, mainly old folk and he had the bloke in charge of NHS Cumbria and the north east on the jabs front and it was rather good - a sort of idiot guide, and yes the old 'microchip' theory and why it couldn't happen cropped up but people with various conditions were ringing in and he was reassuring them, apparently the blood clots are of a different type and women who are merely pregnant are at a higher rate of blood clots because of their condition than the threat that the jab brings - info like this is great, of course things could happen but life in general is a risk.

One thing I noticed was that there was not one person I heard that he didn't convince to take the jab - not one.
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