there can only be a few reasons why this farce is given legs, personally I think the most likely reason is that politicians don't want to admit they made a monumental and disastrous mistake that we will be paying for for decades to come, they were all in agreement, both sides of the divide, they are all to blame.
They are currently waiting and hoping someone will come up vaccine so they can say 'fixed it' but we're still waiting for a vaccine for the common cold.
Doesn't matter anyway as herd immunity will fix it, they just need to be able to say some shot in the arm did it.
You must be a big fan of all the memes quoted in this article:
I thought we were discussing something interesting here but I find really hard to argue with that extremist side that you are taking.
"You are being played" + "you are going to be microchipped" is too much for me. I step out now.
err, Gates does have plans to chip people with a health passport and their personal banking information so can be easily scanned and read by officials, he said so himself. It's in one of the videos linked in this thread.
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