January 13, 2021 at 11:48 am #200771BloodyRubbishIronParticipantOffline
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Lol at the forum six…or some of ’em.
1. My “count” refers to Heath’ reckoning posters on here know of deaths. I personally know thirteen positives so far…. As I said, none ill for more than five days, no deaths, none hospitalised.
As for Deerey wanting my post removed: dispicable.
Isn’t that what the liberal left always do when they are frightened of something? Attempt to surpress it.
And excess deaths?
Last month they (ONS) announced that so far 2020 was marginally above average but below 2018.
So it all changed in December, then?
I think not.
Someone is lying to us one way or another…and the usual lefty liberal sheep just suck it up and regurgitate it.
Will I be getting vaccinated? Not unless PHYSICALLY forced.
Now let’s see who is really moronic and insensitive….
ONS stats are included in there, showing that this year is far worse than 2018. Can you show me where it says 2018 was worse than 2020? It clearly shows a higher death rate than then, but I guess ONS stats can be cherry picked to suit your argument, as I will get to below.
I have seen a report released in November 2020 showing that excess winter deaths between December and March 2020 was lower than 2018, but that was before the pandemic took hold. If you’re basing your opinion on this I suggest it is you who needs to have a rethink about it, not anyone else.
The ONS graph for excess deaths for the whole of 2020 is shown in here:
Now, call me silly, but there is a clearly higher peak in 2020 than any year since WWII, including 2018. I wonder how those who aren’t sheep can explain to us how a lower bar in 2018 is actually the larger value. After all, they’re the free thinking ones, apparently.
I’d say that refusing a vaccine and putting others at risk is more insensitive than anyone on here thinking less of you for not vaccinating. Lives matter more than your feelings.January 13, 2021 at 11:48 am #200772Deereyme66ParticipantOffline
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Nothing despicable about it. Your conspiracy theory posts should be removed for spreading lies that could influence others to act in ways that hamper the national effort to tackle a global pandemic and save lives. They are also extremely disrespectful to everyone in essential services who are going the extra miles to help and to everyone who has lost relatives and friends to Covid. No one cares about your childish ‘Forum 6’ nonsense. You’ve sunk to a very low, low.January 13, 2021 at 11:51 am #200773Deereyme66ParticipantOffline
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Nothing wrong with debating this IMO but there is absolutely no justification for leaving conspiracy theorist posts advocating ‘scamdemic’ and ’13’ deaths on this site.January 13, 2021 at 12:11 pm #200774GurnelistaParticipantOffline
Registered On: April 2, 2014
So Alcy, will you refuse a vaccination?January 13, 2021 at 12:44 pm #200778HeathParticipantOffline
Registered On: August 5, 2017
As for lacking a sense of humour, the only person on this forum who responds with LOL and Muahahahahahaha to your posts is YOU!!!!
Sad man who feels the need to laugh at himself.January 13, 2021 at 2:15 pm #200785NorthumbironParticipantOffline
Registered On: January 3, 2014
Interesting stuff BRI. I thought the following was particularly apt: –
“Public compliance has been generally good, so this is predominantly a failure of governance. Aspects include delayed decision-making when considering lockdowns, an expensive and flawed roll-out of the test-and-trace programme, a lack of support to help people self-isolate, a border policy for international arrivals that is extremely lax, and policies that encouraged mixing indoors such as the ‘eat out to help out’ scheme. Any inquiry into the UK government handling of the Covid-19 pandemic will find there is a lot to scrutinise.”January 13, 2021 at 2:45 pm #200787
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