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Anyone see the state of St Pancreas Station last night after Boris made his announcement? FFS!

Mass exodus of infected people escaping London. Boris gave them an 8 hour window to spread the new strain everywhere. Stations should have been bolted and trains pulled. 

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Seeing how the Corona cold doesn't kill and therefor isn't much of a threat, this whole thing is a powergrab.

Couple that with the limited time that the fractional reserve banking system had before it couldn't sustain itsen, and you can see that they needed to create something to stop the masses blaming them. They tried global warming, but that didn't work.

The other thing is technology. 2030 is set to become the year of the fourth industrial revolution.

But don't get your hopes up, its not necessay for our benefit, but for them to use to control us.

In time, the vaccines will be replaced by RFID chips, these will have all the information about you, medical, money, but heres the problem, only our masters will be able to alter the information, and income will likely be a universal one.

In time, if you don't have the vaccine, you wont be able to work, shop of fly abroad etc, these chips will be the same.

I don't think we can stop them, but there will be terrible times ahead when we try to. The media doesn't show the riots going on around the world of people demanding freedom. In London yesterday, protesters were being carefully arrested simply for walking down the street demanding such a thing.

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17 hours ago, Taken said:

Seeing how the Corona cold doesn't kill and therefor isn't much of a threat, this whole thing is a powergrab.

Couple that with the limited time that the fractional reserve banking system had before it couldn't sustain itsen, and you can see that they needed to create something to stop the masses blaming them. They tried global warming, but that didn't work.

The other thing is technology. 2030 is set to become the year of the fourth industrial revolution.

But don't get your hopes up, its not necessay for our benefit, but for them to use to control us.

In time, the vaccines will be replaced by RFID chips, these will have all the information about you, medical, money, but heres the problem, only our masters will be able to alter the information, and income will likely be a universal one.

In time, if you don't have the vaccine, you wont be able to work, shop of fly abroad etc, these chips will be the same.

I don't think we can stop them, but there will be terrible times ahead when we try to. The media doesn't show the riots going on around the world of people demanding freedom. In London yesterday, protesters were being carefully arrested simply for walking down the street demanding such a thing.

Fucking hell, what are you smoking?

Think you've watched too many movies :lolpan:

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17 hours ago, Taken said:

Seeing how the Corona cold doesn't kill and therefor isn't much of a threat, this whole thing is a powergrab.

Couple that with the limited time that the fractional reserve banking system had before it couldn't sustain itsen, and you can see that they needed to create something to stop the masses blaming them. They tried global warming, but that didn't work.

The other thing is technology. 2030 is set to become the year of the fourth industrial revolution.

But don't get your hopes up, its not necessay for our benefit, but for them to use to control us.

In time, the vaccines will be replaced by RFID chips, these will have all the information about you, medical, money, but heres the problem, only our masters will be able to alter the information, and income will likely be a universal one.

In time, if you don't have the vaccine, you wont be able to work, shop of fly abroad etc, these chips will be the same.

I don't think we can stop them, but there will be terrible times ahead when we try to. The media doesn't show the riots going on around the world of people demanding freedom. In London yesterday, protesters were being carefully arrested simply for walking down the street demanding such a thing.

Are you Norm's brother in disguise? 

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17 hours ago, Taken said:

Seeing how the Corona cold doesn't kill and therefor isn't much of a threat, this whole thing is a powergrab.

Couple that with the limited time that the fractional reserve banking system had before it couldn't sustain itsen, and you can see that they needed to create something to stop the masses blaming them. They tried global warming, but that didn't work.

The other thing is technology. 2030 is set to become the year of the fourth industrial revolution.

But don't get your hopes up, its not necessay for our benefit, but for them to use to control us.

In time, the vaccines will be replaced by RFID chips, these will have all the information about you, medical, money, but heres the problem, only our masters will be able to alter the information, and income will likely be a universal one.

In time, if you don't have the vaccine, you wont be able to work, shop of fly abroad etc, these chips will be the same.

I don't think we can stop them, but there will be terrible times ahead when we try to. The media doesn't show the riots going on around the world of people demanding freedom. In London yesterday, protesters were being carefully arrested simply for walking down the street demanding such a thing.

Really enough I know people who have died of not with coronavirus now away and play with your tinfoil 

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18 hours ago, Taken said:

In time, the vaccines will be replaced by RFID chips, these will have all the information about you, medical, money, but heres the problem, only our masters will be able to alter the information, and income will likely be a universal one.

We already have these chips, our phones that we carry everywhere we go. Unless you are going to suggest you don’t have a phone but do have a device that you post on an Internet forum on. Absolute fucking weapon you are. 

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21 hours ago, Mr Magnificent said:

The virus is mutating. 

Matt Hancock challenged to reveal details of so-called ‘mutant strain’

Recovery today challenged Health Secretary Matt Hancock to reveal the details of the strain of SARS COV-19 that he announced on Monday as a new and more infectious mutation, as evidence emerged that those claims may have been seriously misleading.

On Tuesday 15 December, Professor Nick Loman of the Covid-19 Genomics UK (COG UK) consortium, identified the new set of mutations as VUI – 202012/0. He confirmed that it is not new, as COG UK identified it in September, and there is no proof that it is more infectious. As Professor Sharon Peacock, COG Director, pointed out: “We are still dealing with very thin evidence at the moment about this variant.”

Dr Maria van Kerkhove, the technical lead of COVID-19 response and the head of emerging diseases and zoonosis unit at WHO, has also confirmed that the strain involved has been circulating for many months, though she referred to it as N501Y.

Recovery is challenging Matt Hancock to answer these key questions:

  • Why did he announce this as a new strain on the eve of the tier review when it appears to have been circulating for several months (and may have existed for months more before it was identified)?
  • Why has he made headlines with the news that it’s more infectious when the experts who identified the strain say that we don‘t have evidence for that yet?
  • Will he publish the evidence he has for that so his claims can be independently verified?
  • In the words of the Washington Post, “At a news conference Monday evening, neither Hancock nor England’s chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, released enough data to help the public understand the significance of the new variant.” Does he now regret the way that this announcement was handled, given that it has attracted international criticism?
  • With millions of lives and livelihoods at stake, does he now consider that the statement he made to Parliament about the ‘new’ strain may have been misleading?
  • Does he retain confidence in the Government advisers who briefed him on it?
  • With even the experts at the World Health Organisation who are responsible for tackling the virus apparently confused by the information that the DHSC has provided over the details of the ‘new’ strain, will he remind his department to prioritise accuracy and the clear communication of the known facts over sensationalist language that makes headlines?

“There is a lot of trivial diversity in the spike protein.  Over 20000 variants have been reported,” commented Professor David Livermore, Professor of Medical Microbiology at the University of East Anglia. “What is the hard evidence that this new variant really is so different against this background of great diversity? Apparently VUI202012/0 was first found in September. It’s not clear where it came from or how long it had existed previously. The delay before it expanded doesn’t fit with super-infectiousness. Any variant of SAR COV-19 might expand swiftly because it gets into a part of the country which has had a relatively low prior exposure to SARS-CoV2 – like  Kent or East Anglia – rather than because it has any particular biological advantage. As ever, talk of ‘exponential spread’ is misleading. We have now repeatedly seen that as exposure rises, spread slows.”

Jon Dobinson, Campaign Director of Recovery, commented, “The evidence suggests that Matt Hancock may have needlessly terrified millions of people by giving misleading information about a variant of the virus which has existed for months. With millions of lives and livelihoods at stake, it is imperative that the Government is seen to be carrying out a balanced and responsible public health campaign. This looks like irresponsible scaremongering. It increasingly seems as though Matt Hancock and his advisors are carrying out an all-out marketing campaign for harsh restrictions rather than taking a balanced and proportionate approach. It is now clear that he and the Government have been guilty of hugely damaging errors in tackling this virus. Are they trying to sustain the panic to avoid being held to account for the damage they have done? That would be criminally irresponsible, given the damage that their actions are causing. But it is increasingly hard to interpret their actions in any other way.”

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