Super Weird Memo concerning British lockdowns

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  • Fri, Jun 18, 2021 - 08:42pm

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    mstangrene

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    Super Weird Memo concerning British lockdowns

Thank you folks.  I felt it had to be fake but I was having trouble believing someone would go to such trouble…but then again I used to keep my reading to medical and nursing related stuff and ignored everything else but family and garden.   I remember hearing that Boris Johnson had just said he thought this latest lockdown extension was going to be the last…so I thought is it possible?

I do know for a fact, however, that my state sent out disturbing public health policy ideas ahead of the vaccine and a fellow nurse/public health showed it to me.  IT was disturbing for it was suggesting ways to get POC to accept the vaccine due to historical distrust of vaccines.  One was if all else failed…then possibly inducing vaccine compliance by tying it to food stamps and housing benefits.  I am retired RN that also worked part time in a hospital social work office.  That’s how I got eyes on with the proposed ideas.   SOOOOOO the powers that be seemed willing to consider strong arming people or starving them if they don’t comply.  So this didn’t seen that far fetched after seeing my States ideas.

  • Fri, Jun 18, 2021 - 09:06pm

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I would say the content IS believable. Just not them in totum. But I wholly suspect these conversations are being had in placebo vaxed boardrooms around the world. How to get the plebes to vaccinate…

 

The breaking point for most people will be when their livelihood is tied to their vaccination status. And even here at PP I suspect a lot of people with too much to lose will cave in. Mortgages are a dangerous incentivizer. And I think that’s coming. Amazon is a couple weeks from dropping that hammer most likely.

  • Fri, Jun 18, 2021 - 09:27pm   (Reply to #11)

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mstangrene: you did right to bring it forward here so that we can collectively weigh in and try to determine if it is legit or not. I personally think it is best to err on posting something that is potentially BS on the off chance it is not. It is kind of like erring on the side of caution.

Thanks for posting!

  • Fri, Jun 18, 2021 - 11:16pm

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“The breaking point for most people will be when their livelihood is tied to their vaccination status. And even here at PP I suspect a lot of people with too much to lose will cave in. Mortgages are a dangerous incentivizer. And I think that’s coming. Amazon is a couple weeks from dropping that hammer most likely.”

Yeah that would be one of mine.  I do have the mortgage paid off and a little in the bank.  Ive wondered about the possibility of just  “going on the pogey” as we call it here in the Great White North.

I could probably amuse myself just fine with low cashflow but I do have some level of enjoyment of my work.  So far, my employer has made it clear that you “really need to think and decide for yourself whether to get this vaccine which you really should get”.

So no force as yet.   Travel is another hard one.  I think we have maybe given up on this year.  Even if you get vaxxed the rules are way too chaotic and you still end up taking a test on each end of the trip and probably still going into quarantine anyway.

Im still worried about lipid nano particles getting “into me brain”, but the ivermectin otherwise seems like it will take care of those nasty spike proteins (the ones not-in-brain anyway).

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 12:44am

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I write for a living and I don’t think this voice or writing is authentic. I could make this up if I wanted to, not saying it has no basis in truth. For instance, I do think they will continue the lockdowns for multiple reasons, the variants probably being the main. It could be real, but I don’t imagine they would write it in this straight-up fashion.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 12:48am   (Reply to #11)

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I hope it is fake.  I really do.  But I tend to be rather naïve about evil intentions of evil people and have had that bite me this last 16 months.

I trusted the science, the data…I love the stats.  Now I am so disillusioned and feel we are being lied to constantly. Can’t trust who is giving us the numbers anymore. IF you told me 2 years ago that they would deliberately design a study to fail so they could not give cheap and effective meds…just to push a vaccine…I’d have called you a conspiracy theorist.  IF you said they would lock down the healthy to protect old people that don’t need us to sacrifice for them…I’d think you was pitching a science fiction movie plot.  I just don’t want my grandchildren to lose anymore of their childhood behind lockdowns and masks for no real scientific need.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 12:51am   (Reply to #15)

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I guess I would like to understand WHY someone would go to all the trouble?  I am an analyzer personality…or behavioral style depending on the training…and my greatest need is to know WHY someone would do or say something…and then and only then I know how to respond.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 01:06am

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Most people committing atrocities have to filter the language to dehumanize the people as data points, otherwise their consciences get in the way.

Good Point.  You would think they would not be so out front with it.  But there is that video of Dr. Baric’s lecture…saying some pretty interesting things along the line of if you want to make money on a pandemic…this is how to do it.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 01:21am   (Reply to #14)

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I understand the concern.  I went thru this in 76 with the Swine Flu vax push initially to staff…and although I was young and healthy, work guilted me into getting it to protect the patients.  I wanted to be a good nurse.  I was a very sick nurse within a few days of vax and in the hospital for 3 weeks and didn’t return to work for 6 months.  I almost died.   OF course…it wasn’t due to work related anything.   Just luck I guess.  Another RN got GBS…paralyzed and although she did end up eventually being able to walk…she never returned to nursing.  I’ve spent my whole career being vaccinated for the good of my pts for all the recommended pushes…except for the first few years after my bad experience.  I am retired now.  I am also not a guinea pig.  I was in 76 and it was a painful lesson.   I just think if they force people to get vaxed with experimental med to be able to work…then the employer should pay your wages and disability if it is needed.

  • Sat, Jun 19, 2021 - 01:37am

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Strikes me as being fake too, but reminds me of a similar Canadian memo that was ‘leaked’ way back when. I’ll have to revisit that one to see how predictive, or not, it has turned out to be.

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