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      Re: Coronavirus Covid-19
      Reply #4375: Nov 19, 2021 08:59:16 pm

      Very dangerous - it would only take one person to have a dramatic negative affect to the vaccine for it to get very ugly



      One…? Pay more attention.

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      Re: Coronavirus Covid-19
      Reply #4376: Nov 19, 2021 10:21:22 pm
      I can think of one historical Austrian figure who would approve of these measures.



      Sigmund Freud!!
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      Reply #4377: Nov 19, 2021 10:27:41 pm
      I can think of one historical Austrian figure who would approve of these measures.

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      Re: Coronavirus Covid-19
      Reply #4378: Nov 19, 2021 10:30:53 pm
      I can think of one historical Austrian figure who would approve of these measures.

      WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART!!!
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      Re: Coronavirus Covid-19
      Reply #4379: Nov 20, 2021 05:17:00 pm
      Damn mandatory vaccines.....


      The Vaccination Act 1853 made it compulsory for all children born after 1 August 1853 to be vaccinated against smallpox during their first 3 months of life. Parents who failed to get their children vaccinated would be subject to a fine.
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      Reply #4380: Nov 20, 2021 08:38:27 pm
      Damn mandatory vaccines.....


      The Vaccination Act 1853 made it compulsory for all children born after 1 August 1853 to be vaccinated against smallpox during their first 3 months of life. Parents who failed to get their children vaccinated would be subject to a fine.

      A wise decision. Smallpox killed one in three people it infected and the disease is now eradicated (apart from in a few labs who are keeping it safe....)

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      Reply #4381: Nov 20, 2021 09:40:34 pm
      A wise decision. Smallpox killed one in three people it infected and the disease is now eradicated (apart from in a few labs who are keeping it safe....)

      And you don’t want to eradicate this?
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      Reply #4382: Nov 20, 2021 10:22:20 pm
      My nephew’s mate has suffered a cardiac arrest after taking the Pfizer jab for the first time, got clots on his legs & Heartlands missed that by claiming it was a tear..  now on a ventilator with swelling on the brain..

      Not going to make it…. 31 & healthy..
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      Reply #4383: Nov 20, 2021 11:27:34 pm
      My nephew’s mate has suffered a cardiac arrest after taking the Pfizer jab for the first time, got clots on his legs & Heartlands missed that by claiming it was a tear..  now on a ventilator with swelling on the brain..

      Not going to make it…. 31 & healthy..

      And nobody states vaccines are 100% safe. The Polio jab causes more adverse reactions than we have cases of wild polio. It doesn't make vaccines a bad idea.
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      Reply #4384: Nov 20, 2021 11:50:22 pm
      Think the phrase is flogging a dead horse
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      Reply #4385: Nov 21, 2021 12:31:25 am
      Heartlands missed that by claiming it was a tear

      How? A tear in what, his leg muscle? Leg ligaments? I can’t really see how it would get put down as a tear. You tear any muscle or ligament and it’s pretty distinctive. They’d have had to of been some sort of extension injury to cause that too…did he have any injury that was reported? He’d have known about it if there was because it hurts like hell.

      A ligament tear would’ve showed signs of instability.
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      Reply #4386: Nov 22, 2021 12:47:53 am
      And you don’t want to eradicate this?

      If it would eradicate it then sure. But even the specialists reckon we will just have to learn to live with it. The vaccine is designed to reduce your chances of serious illness or death. Not eradicate it.
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      Reply #4387: Nov 22, 2021 03:08:33 am
      Fauci already planting the seed saying “fully vaccinated” could be revised to include booster.

      The clown show must go on.
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      Reply #4388: Nov 22, 2021 03:38:14 pm
      If it would eradicate it then sure. But even the specialists reckon we will just have to learn to live with it. The vaccine is designed to reduce your chances of serious illness or death. Not eradicate it.

      How long did it take for the small pox to get eradicated after introducing vaccines? It took around 200 years.

      can be the same for Covid, in maybe less time. All depends on future vaccines and evolution of the virus.
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      Reply #4389: Nov 22, 2021 04:36:56 pm
      Fauci already planting the seed saying “fully vaccinated” could be revised to include booster.

      The clown show must go on.

      they ( the US) conspired with a Chinese lab to do all sorts of supervillain stuff which if it got out could cause terrible problems and hey presto here we are. Gain of function is and way of saying f**king about with stuff that could destroy the human race. He is such a n*b and a dangerous one at that.
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      Reply #4390: Nov 22, 2021 06:28:31 pm
      How long did it take for the small pox to get eradicated after introducing vaccines? It took around 200 years.

      can be the same for Covid, in maybe less time. All depends on future vaccines and evolution of the virus.

      Smallpox was a different kettle of fish. It killed 30% of everyone it touched. And the technology of the day was limited. The first breakthrough of smallpox didn’t come from a lab but came from an observant milkmaid.
      Most scientists believe covid will be an endemic. It’ll be around for a long, long time. Possibly forever.

      If, like you say, they come up with an eradicating vaccine soon, I’ll be tempted.
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      Reply #4391: Nov 22, 2021 06:31:56 pm
      Fauci already planting the seed saying “fully vaccinated” could be revised to include booster.

      The clown show must go on.

      Wasn’t he behind the HIV ‘cure’ that killed HIV infected patients..?

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      Reply #4392: Nov 22, 2021 07:53:26 pm
      Wasn’t he behind the HIV ‘cure’ that killed HIV infected patients..?

      No idea. I actually didn’t know much about him until covid where he’s shown to be an absolute quack.
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      Reply #4393: Nov 22, 2021 07:54:34 pm
      they ( the US) conspired with a Chinese lab to do all sorts of supervillain stuff which if it got out could cause terrible problems and hey presto here we are. Gain of function is and way of saying f**king about with stuff that could destroy the human race. He is such a n*b and a dangerous one at that.

      Fauci has come under pressure about the gain of function research but it’ll never go anywhere.
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      Reply #4394: Nov 22, 2021 08:57:15 pm
      My nephew’s mate has suffered a cardiac arrest after taking the Pfizer jab for the first time, got clots on his legs & Heartlands missed that by claiming it was a tear..  now on a ventilator with swelling on the brain..

      Not going to make it…. 31 & healthy..

      My nephews friend passed away this evening..
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      Reply #4395: Nov 22, 2021 11:08:09 pm
      My nephews friend passed away this evening..

      Condolences.

      Still not answered my question though.
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      Reply #4396: Nov 23, 2021 09:13:57 am
      Condolences.

      Still not answered my question though.

      From My nephew….

      So he had the vaccine, a few days later he was having serious pain in his calf. He played football the day before.

      He went to the GP and they said it might be a tear but to rule out a clot they sent him to get a blood test.

      Test came back with traces of d dimmer which meant clot

      So heartlands did a scan of his calf using a ct scan and nothing came back so thru said it was most likely a tear

      Not he ended suffering a cardiac arrest week later with a clot in his heart

      I spoke to someone else and they said they shouldn't have used a ct scan on his calf but a doppler because its hard to pick up via a ct scan.

      Me: This because of the vaccine?

      They haven't said but he was fine before he took  the vaccine and had no underlying health issues, days after taking it his calf caused him pain

      My friend said he thinks he had a dvt in his calf and that broke off and went into his heart
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      Reply #4397: Nov 23, 2021 02:45:53 pm
      As someone who's had blood clots before, someone fu**ed up big time on his diagnosis. An ultrasound is the standard test to identify a blood clot and if they saw increased levels of d dimmer he should have never been let go without being fully sure it wasn't a DVT since once they get loose it will travel through your body and can kill you if it gets stuck in your head, lungs or heart. If he had no history of blood clots it'd be as simple as a few hours in the emergency room hooked up to a blood thinner (usually heparine) and then released with a prescription.

      If he played football the day before, that could have very easily caused the clot to form, as things as simple as tight socks can do it let alone a tackle or kick in the leg from playing a contact sport.

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      Reply #4398: Nov 23, 2021 02:53:20 pm
      From My nephew….

      So he had the vaccine, a few days later he was having serious pain in his calf. He played football the day before.

      He went to the GP and they said it might be a tear but to rule out a clot they sent him to get a blood test.

      Test came back with traces of d dimmer which meant clot

      So heartlands did a scan of his calf using a ct scan and nothing came back so thru said it was most likely a tear

      Not he ended suffering a cardiac arrest week later with a clot in his heart

      I spoke to someone else and they said they shouldn't have used a ct scan on his calf but a doppler because its hard to pick up via a ct scan.

      Me: This because of the vaccine?

      They haven't said but he was fine before he took  the vaccine and had no underlying health issues, days after taking it his calf caused him pain

      My friend said he thinks he had a dvt in his calf and that broke off and went into his heart

      Yeah this stinks of the vaccine. Idgaf what people think, it's quite simple for me. It took them seven months to make a vaccine. That's too quick in my eyes. When the media all jump on something, and make a name for it (anti vaxxers), then there's usually an ugly plot behind it.

      I'll wait and see how people get on over the next couple of years.

      We went from "no pushing vaccines" to "people should get vaccines" to "we may restrict the unvaccinated" to "lockdown all the unvaccinated (Austria)".

      My goverment have never cared about me, I don't get why they're so concerned about me now. Yes I'm an anti vaxxer and idgaf, as stated above. If you want to inject yourself with an untried and untested vaccine you go right ahead but I'll be fighting this thing before it gets to me, with organic herbal remedies, and not after it gets me with two injections and a booster from the same companies that have profited off the sick forever.
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      Reply #4399: Nov 23, 2021 03:05:29 pm
      If you think the death rate is high if we had not have used a Vaccine it would be at least 10 times higher as it would have probably killed most people with underlying health problems and those over 80. The Vaccine has been delivered to Billions and the evidence of anything other than minimal serious problems is very scant. Even if you are a full blown antivaccination conspiracy theory the data is massively in favour of rolling your sleeve up and taking one for society

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