Just had enough

funtimes
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Re: Just had enough

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Nobody wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:52 am https://brandnewtube.com/watch/thousand ... FX7i7.html

He draws the correct conclusion: resist the vaccine is the first step. According to the piece someone linked on here yesterday, the rates of infection in public space was extraordinarily low. As the piece said:

"a full 97% of outbreak-related deaths are in long-term care & hospitals/healthcare!

Add prison populations and that number rises to a full 98.6%!"

"The pie chart demonstrates that this is a crisis that affects people with extremely serious pre-existing health conditions and compromised immune systems. And almost no-one else. "

"98.6% of all outbreak-linked deaths are the result of infections caught inside these institutional barriers. Only 1.4% are linked to outbreaks in the community at large."

Lockdown was never necessary, none of it ever was, many people a lot cleverer than me have said this.
Virus was signified to initiate behavioural changes, to create markets (Pfizer was bankrupt) and to move society via the behavioural changes. She describes it here:

https://rumble.com/vcmw1x-catherine-aus ... kdown.html

People should have rejected the masks and everything else and got on with their lives.
Good observations and very true.
And now the injuries and long-term side effects from said vaccines will create significantly more disease and illness than COVID-19 ever could or would in a lifetime of it being around. That is obvious looking at the injuries already reported, in the hundreds and hundreds of thousands. Far more injuries from the 'vaccines' here in the UK than actual proven verifiable deaths due to COVID-19. And that is within the first few months compared to past year and more of so-called apocalyptical scenes in hospitals and on our front streets and in our communities with people apparently dropping dead with the plague.

sunjor
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Re: Just had enough

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StPiosCafe wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:37 pm
Daveroutemaster wrote: Thu Jun 03, 2021 11:10 pm Just to say that If restrictions are not totally lifted by Sept 1st I am going to parliament square and dousing myself in petrol
Not joking
I am not living like this - it is not human
Almost 18 months has been stolen from me
Enough
You are getting hysterical. In what way was your time stolen? Do you think someone else will live 18 months extra due to this imagined theft of your time ? Do you think that it would all be fine if you were so very, very presciuous, and everybody would just leave you alone?

In this globally interconnected world, your survival (or not) depends on many factors, not necessarily local factors. When will you think that we are all on the same Titanic of planet earth? I'm sorry to break it to you but there have always been too few lifeboats, and anyway --- nobody (repeat nobody!) gets out of here alive, nobody has so far, except Jesus.

And that's how it is... as a matter of fact. If you wish to do away with yourself, I'm sure that are better, far less painful ways, than self-immolation.Sorry but we can't carry you. Have you been vaccinated? I not do so, to lessen the load on the rest of us.
His time was stolen because he was unable to live his life much like a lot of us feel, that is in addition to the healthy life years we may lose because we have been unable to do the things that keep us healthy, i.e. socialise, exercise, increased stress etc etc. As for the rest of your rant which doesn't make a lot of sense I am sure we are all aware no-one gets out of here alive we just want to live life to the full for the time we have.

StPiosCafe
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Re: Just had enough

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sunjor wrote: Sat Jun 05, 2021 8:09 pm
StPiosCafe wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:37 pm
You are getting hysterical. In what way was your time stolen?
His time was stolen because he was unable to live his life
i think diddums in the best word for that. it's how it goes while there is a plague on. Like it or lump it.

Nobody
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Re: Just had enough

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We distinguish between being alive and having a life. Having a life involves political aspects, this is why Aristotle argued our live inheres in the polis. This is also why powerful people might wish to interfere with forms of access to this medium, if it is a constitutive aspect of our being. Hard to discern whether someone is hysterical from their forms of expression, it seems to me that, as others have pointed out, the person just meant lockdown had removed a sphere of possibility from them. This does occur to others because of discrimination and poverty but lockdown forces a wider section of the population into a condition that removed them from the basis of their latent power to mediate possibilities. Possibilities mediate development, this is why liberty is a political issue and why the forms of our access to sources of collectivity and civility are a clear target in the signification of the virus as a political tool.

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Re: Just had enough

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jmc wrote: Sat Jun 05, 2021 4:16 pm
thinksaboutit wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:34 pm Of course all that you have repeated here is garbage.

If you really believe this, I'd like to sell you some magic beans. You'll believe anything!
Actually you are the one who needs to do some very basic research. If you look at the Hospital / Health Care Acquired Infections statistics in the last year SARs CoV2 in all countries I have seen statistics published for the HAI for SARs CoV 2 has been in the 50% to 70% range. For primary source of infection. And even higher for initial vector source for care home cluster outbreaks. Following almost exactly the epidemiological profile of the SARs CoV 1 outbreak in 2003. Outside China all cluster outbreaks in 2003 were HAI's. Directly or indirectly.

This is hardly surprising as the usual mix of community / HAP infection source for viral pneumonia's is around 40/60 in most countries. The majority of people who die of pneumonia in hospitals acquired the infection while in hospital being treated for some other condition.

And as 90% plus of the SARs CoV 2 viral pneumonia deaths are people over 70 who have a Hospital / Heath care facility exposure rate many times younger people its hardly surprising that for most deaths primary or secondary sourced HAP/HAI's were the cause of death.

This is very basic public heath science.

Ah... today, you are back claiming to be a scientist.. I thought you said you were an IT expert?

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Re: Just had enough

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jmc wrote: Sat Jun 05, 2021 4:16 pm
thinksaboutit wrote: Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:34 pm Of course all that you have repeated here is garbage.

If you really believe this, I'd like to sell you some magic beans. You'll believe anything!
Actually you are the one who needs to do some very basic research. If you look at the Hospital / Health Care Acquired Infections statistics in the last year SARs CoV2 in all countries I have seen statistics published for the HAI for SARs CoV 2 has been in the 50% to 70% range. For primary source of infection. And even higher for initial vector source for care home cluster outbreaks. Following almost exactly the epidemiological profile of the SARs CoV 1 outbreak in 2003. Outside China all cluster outbreaks in 2003 were HAI's. Directly or indirectly.

This is hardly surprising as the usual mix of community / HAP infection source for viral pneumonia's is around 40/60 in most countries. The majority of people who die of pneumonia in hospitals acquired the infection while in hospital being treated for some other condition.

And as 90% plus of the SARs CoV 2 viral pneumonia deaths are people over 70 who have a Hospital / Heath care facility exposure rate many times younger people its hardly surprising that for most deaths primary or secondary sourced HAP/HAI's were the cause of death.

This is very basic public heath science.

So you think 50% to 70% is the same number as 97% do you?

Go and look up how numbers work. It's quite easy!

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Re: Just had enough

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What plague???
Big Pharma rebranding the flu to boost bottom line profits is not a plague, it is a scam and abuse, it is particularly abuse of our children who have had their education and futures destroyed by these evil doers.

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Re: Just had enough

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Spot on speedstick...

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Isn't it ironic how one troll on here, has complete lack of empathy and humanity for anybody else's mental or physical health, other than if it's in relation to a threat posed by the Rona.
Then he/she wants the whole world to shut down and everybody take an experimental vaccination just to enhance his/her safety.
The utterly selfish irony of this is not lost on me, and must surely be a gold medal contender for seeing everything through a Covid lens.
Just to reassure you Daveroutemaster their are still some of us with humanity and dignity who care about how you are affected by this big pharma psychological warfare. I hope you are Ok today.👍

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Re: Just had enough

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One answer would be to ensure personal rights for all and to ensure every individual accesses the conditions required to develop autonomously and enter a self-realising relation to being a person, that is, to experience sources of person-hood rooted in a liberty that is legally protected and inalienable.

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