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6 things it's impossible to believe.  A doctor writes;

1: ‘The Concept of Coronavirus Herd Immunity Is Deadly and Dangerous’

2: ‘Vaccines, on the other hand, are believed to induce stronger and longer lasting immunity.’

3: ‘Universal mask use could save 130,000 U.S. lives by the end of February, new study estimates.

4: As of the 2nd March 2021 there have been 122,953 deaths from COVID19 in the UK.

5: The Swedish COVID-19 Response Is a Disaster. It Shouldn’t Be a Model for the Rest of the World

6: Lockdowns have worked.

Believing in impossible things – and COVID19 | Dr. Malcolm Kendrick


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This ****show just never stops giving. 

Interview with vaccine expert Geert Vanden Bossche who explains in detail exactly why the text books say you must never mass vaccinate a population with a prophalictic type vaccine in the middle of a pandemic.

40 min, very detailed and quite heated interview on the short and long term harm this vaccination program has and will cause.

Published March 6 2021.



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The sooner Johnson, Whitty, Vallance and SAGE are all in jail the better off this country will be ...



Unlocked  @Unlocked_UK_

WATCH: Ivermectin cuts COVID deaths by 75% & works against all variants? Costs pennies & you can demand it from your GP. Is it the key to unlock Britain? @BareReality speaks to Dr Tess Lawrie of @EvidenceLimited to find out. pscp.tv/w/cw0xQTFheWpW



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After more than 9 months of people screaming about the fake cases numbers the Govt reluctantly has to give up the bs.

The cases numbers were always bogus, the govt admits it, no retests anymore for 90 days because the test is just picking up old dead nucleotides and not living covid at all.

Repeated retesting shows peeps never recovering from covid in spite of evidence that proves no longer infectious after just 10 days.



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Dr Clare Craig @ClareCraigPath

''There are two types of COVID death: those that result in excess deaths and those that replace non-COVID deaths. The latter are the majority now:''


Rebranding deaths (thanks to fake testing) has been an important factor keeping this farce going.

Note that they are already talking about next autumn wave 4 and the likely lockdowns to come.

This is not about a virus.



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Because of lockdown and a restricted NHS 10,000 new breast cancer patients are missing, by the time they're found it will be too late.


Finally even MSM are buckling under the pressure of truth ...Jay Bhattacharya, Stanford Doctor, Calls Lockdowns the 'Biggest Public Health Mistake We've Ever Made' (newsweek.com) 


Meanwhile in the UK, oh really, I'm shocked ...


no wonder #sackchriswhitty is trending.


Back to vaccines ...

PCRclaims @pcrclaims


Gov’ believes they need 80% vaccine take up to reach herd immunity. This disregards out of hand ANYONE that was infected in the last year and has immunity already! They are absolutely criminal in their assertions. The efficacy is not the issue it’s the blatant lies that offend.



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James Melville  @JamesMelville


A truly horrendous statistic: 1.5 million children under 18 will either need new or additional mental health support as a consequence of the Covid pandemic — of which 500,000 are completely new cases.

Covid pandemic has taken ‘devastating toll’ on young people’s mental wellbeing, study shows | Evening Standard

Covid pandemic   Lockdown.

Meanwhile ...

- 100,000 cancer operation delays. 

- 3 million self employed with no income for almost a year. 

- 1,000 excess home deaths a week. 

- 10 million people in England requiring mental health support. 



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oh ... 

"In conclusion, using this methodology and current data, in ~ 98% of the comparisons using 87 different regions of the world we found no evidence that the number of deaths/million is reduced by staying at home"

Stay-at-home policy is a case of exception fallacy: an internet-based ecological study | Scientific Reports (nature.com)


Meanwhile ...

''NEW: Number of people waiting to start hospital treatment in England is at a record high. 4.59 million people were waiting to start treatment at the end of January – the highest since records began in August 2007.''

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If you want to know what the mechanism behind what the world has seen in the last year then it is worth looking at a little reported incident that occurred in Eluru India on December 5th 2020. It was thought that this was due to pesticide contamination and is given as the cause of the outbreak.

In fact this is a classic case of what is known as MPI or Mass Psychogenic Illness or more commonly Mass Hysteria. Replace the pesticide explanation with Covid and you have a mini example of what has occurred across the globe in 2020. 

So no, it was not a conspiracy of big tech and Governments to suppress our freedom to make money but just a good old psychological phenomenon common to human beings, Covid just being the largest outbreak since the medieval witch trials.



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PiQ @PriapusIQ


Reminder: We should get the EMA verdict on the AstraZeneca vaccine at 11:00GMT/12:00CET/07:00ET.


Concerns grow over reports of blood clotting among some recipients.

Counries that have stopped AZ vaccine; 

Germany, Italy, France, and Spain on Monday became the latest nations to halt the rollout, following moves by Ireland, Bulgaria, Denmark, Norway, and The Netherlands.


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''More “Covid Suicides” than Covid Deaths in Kids'' (US).

''Overall, deaths per 100k in this age group jumped from 106.4 per 100k in 2019 to 131.7 per 100k during 2020. That’s an increase of 23% — and Covid only accounts for 1.2% of total deaths in ages 0–24 years.''

American Institute for Economic Research

Micha Gartz 

– March 17, 2021

More “Covid Suicides” than Covid Deaths in Kids – AIER

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And back in the UK, ... had enough yet?...

Dr Zoe Harcombe, PhD  @zoeharcombe


We have the cartoon of the year already... Did you see the goalposts move again yesterday?

No longer 5 tests to get out of lockdown

Or the r rate

Or saving the NHS

Or deaths

Or cases

Or the data not the dates

The new obstacle to freedom is "lumpy vaccine supply" 


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Bernie's Tweets @berniespofforth


Oliver Dowden culture Secretary confirms this morning. They are NOT introducing COVID Passports by confirming ......they WILL use COVID certifications.

Apparently proof of vaccinations are not passports. Silly me.

This is what freedom will look like.



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Beyond belief you are inflicting this on your children ...


UsforThemUK   @UsforThemUK

Children are now given 'breathing breaks'. Because wearing a mask for hour after hour is dangerous and intolerable.

'Surely I can’t be the only parent to think that this would have been a clear, screaming ‘NO’ until a year ago?' 

Face masks for children are damaging more than just their mental health (telegraph.co.uk)


Meanwhile, vaccinations ...

''... which translates into a “vaccine effectiveness” of 90.7% [100(1-0.093)].

This sounds impressive, but the absolute risk reduction for an individual is only about 0.4% (0.0043-0.0004=0.0039).''


Absolute risk reduction 0.4%   256 to prevent one case.

Covid-19 vaccine candidate is unimpressive: NNTV is around 256 | The BMJ


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Steve Baker MP FRSA


Government is now attempting to entice the public into a "Papers please!" society with the promise of a return to football. Our bluff has now been called on who we are and who we want to be.

Our very British brand of totalitarianism | James Jeffrey | The Critic Magazine


Sun Politics  @SunPolitics


Brits back in football stadiums from June 21 with negative test or vaccine proof

Brits set to be packed back into football stadiums and theatres from June 21 with proof of a negative test or Covid jab (thesun.co.uk)

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Consent Factory @consent_factory...

''When you're desperately trying to pretend the entire world is under attack by an apocalyptic plague and Florida ruins it by letting everyone just go on with their lives as normal ...''




Florida (almost fully open since Sep last year, and 19% fewer ‘Covid deaths’ per head than the UK)



There seems to be something going on with vaccines, UK suddenly claiming a vaccine shortage, more countries are stopping vaccinations and now even the US is surprised at the increase in deaths coinciding with vaccine rollout (as was seen in the UK - I posted a chart previously in this thread).

Yes, fortunately as you've just shot them full of dead covid nucleotides (the vaccine) they will automatically come up as covid positive on the PCR test so that's what goes on the death cert, but ...

no, must be just a coincidence - again.

Covid Spiking In Over A Dozen States—Most With High Vaccination Rates (forbes.com)




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haha, you couldn't make this up, the govt announced today they are spending 3.2 million to fund research to try to find effective treatments to prevent ... er  covid,  ... er ... 

someone should remind them about their vaccines or even that HQC and Ivermectin, after being discredited by govts for a whole year while people were dying, have now be given the ok.


there is no end to this farce ...


Press release

'Trials to find preventative COVID-19 treatments for most vulnerable to launch in UK

Two new clinical trials to develop treatments to prevent people catching (coronavirus) COVID-19 are to launch in the UK.'

From: Department of Health and Social Care


20 March 2021

Trials to find preventative COVID-19 treatments for most vulnerable to launch in UK - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)


or maybe they just know the vaccines aren't worth ****.



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