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Old 18th Nov 2022, 01:12
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Binghi, I admire your tenacity and unwavering focus.

As for Joyce's comment ("We provide an essential service"), I'd disagree there as, while it is an essential service, no, they do not provide it. "Providing," in the sense of the word as was used, is an absolute which means flights routinely would depart A for B as expected. This is far from the experience of many would-be passengers the last few years.
Eclan, I’ll stick to the china virus side of things.. …Re: now that they is all vaccinated there should be no virus issues..
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 01:16
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Looks like it will be an interesting rally tomorrow:Australian Freedom Rallies https://joannenova.com.au/2022/11/do...urday-12-noon/
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 01:26
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Interesting? These happen every few weeks with increasingly dwindling numbers despite the promises of ‘millions’. It’ll be the same losers walking around waving their red flags while everybody else lives their lives.

Will the King Cooker Hoody be making an appearance?
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 01:59
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China not so happy!
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 07:27
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Interesting? These happen every few weeks with increasingly dwindling numbers despite the promises of ‘millions’. It’ll be the same losers walking around waving their red flags while everybody else lives their lives.

Will the King Cooker Hoody be making an appearance?
The numbers are certainly dwindling. Now they have to combine anti vax rallies with a bit of pro Putin sentiment to bolster the numbers.

Occasionally I tune into Hood’s social media for a laugh. On a recent video he was upset that the numbers at recent rallies had plummeted. Also turns out the anti vaxxer movement is fracturing as the nutters start arguing with each other over who is the bigger nutter. Not enough to be just anti vac, you now have to be anti 5G, pro flat earth, a whole host of things to attract losers. Wonder what he’ll do when they inevitably turn to chemtrail conspiracies?

I wonder if those who sacrificed their careers to follow his rubbish have had second thoughts?
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 10:41
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The numbers are certainly dwindling. Now they have to combine anti vax rallies with a bit of pro Putin sentiment to bolster the numbers.

Occasionally I tune into Hood’s social media for a laugh. On a recent video he was upset that the numbers at recent rallies had plummeted. Also turns out the anti vaxxer movement is fracturing as the nutters start arguing with each other over who is the bigger nutter. Not enough to be just anti vac, you now have to be anti 5G, pro flat earth, a whole host of things to attract losers. Wonder what he’ll do when they inevitably turn to chemtrail conspiracies?

I wonder if those who sacrificed their careers to follow his rubbish have had second thoughts?
I’ve never attended a protest rally so can not comment too much on them. I did though observe one from a Brisbane office tower and took some pictures of it coming down the road. Protester crowd seemed to be over two thirds females which mystified me. Lots of kids running about as well so I guess the mums were concerned about being forced to vaccinate their children. I noted the protest crowd were tightly packed and looking back at the photos time stamps it took over half an hour to pass. Likely the biggest protest march in Brisbane’s history - out doing the Vietnam war protests in numbers.



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Old 18th Nov 2022, 10:49
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Meanwhile, the questions keep getting asked:

“..Janine Small a Pfizer Executive in Europe has openly admitted the company had no data to determine wether or not their COVID-19 vaccine product would stop transmission prior to releasing it to market. The revelations came during questioning by parliamentarian Rob Roos MEP in the European Parliament.

In a video posted by Roos on social media the Dutch MEP further questions how it was possible for the government in the Netherlands to roll out mandates predicted on vaccines stopping transmission if Pfizer itself had not reached such a conclusion.

So what data did authorities in Australia rely on to say Pfizers product would control and or stop transmission?..”




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Old 18th Nov 2022, 13:58
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Likely the biggest protest march in Brisbane’s history - out doing the Vietnam war protests in numbers.
Bollocks. Not even close.

10,000 at most for the biggest rally almost a year ago. Now just a few hundred

Vietnam protests? In the hundreds of thousands (when the population was 50% smaller than today).

Iraq War protests? 100,000 in Brisbane (when the population was 25% smaller than today).

The cooker rallies are a fringe element. Want more proof? Last election, so called “freedom” parties failed to make a dent and got very few MP’s elected. 95% of parliament follows science.
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 18:54
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Bollocks. Not even close.

10,000 at most for the biggest rally almost a year ago. Now just a few hundred

Vietnam protests? In the hundreds of thousands (when the population was 50% smaller than today).

Iraq War protests? 100,000 in Brisbane (when the population was 25% smaller than today).

The cooker rallies are a fringe element. Want more proof? Last election, so called “freedom” parties failed to make a dent and got very few MP’s elected. 95% of parliament follows science.

Hmmm… Count estimates are nonsense. I learnt that years ago when I seen the Dykes on Bikes Brisbane protest and did a count of about 250 to 300. Well spread out they were. Next day the ‘media’ claimed the police said there were over 5,000 protesters…………...


Show me the proof of claim with some aerial photos and we shall judge from there. We can do a quick aerial photo ball ‘park estimate’, or better yet, Melbourne grand finale estimate, from there they have ticket sales and available seats to confirm the numbers. You will be surprised..



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Old 18th Nov 2022, 19:04
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The courts are noticing some interesting things..


“..Apparently the legal case partly hinged on the lack of scientific evidence for the mandate, but mostly on the arbitrary and capricious nature of the ruling. While police, firefighters and cleaners had to obey, some athletes and celebrities did not. The mandate applied to public sector workers from one date but not to private sector workers until several months later..”


https://joannenova.com.au/2022/10/ny...with-back-pay/



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Old 23rd Nov 2022, 20:16
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Investigations continue..

“..The South Australian Health department must have known about the surge of young people with heart problems, but they did nothing. The only reason we have this data now is because Senator Rennick filed an FOIA to get it and that’s a scandal in itself..

Cardiac Presentations for 15 – 44 year olds in South Australia …almost doubled as the vaccines were rolled out.

..South Australia makes a tidy control case. Unlike most other nations there were virtually no cases of Covid at all until after New Years Eve 2022. So the entire first and highest peak in cardiac problems occurred months before the virus even started circulating..”




https://joannenova.com.au/2022/11/in...ardiac-issues/
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Old 28th Nov 2022, 04:56
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The more we learn about the china virus hysteria, the worse it gets..

Via Robert Clancy, Emeritus Professor of Pathology at the University of Newcastle Medical School and a member of the Australian Academy of Science’s COVID-19 Expert Database, we get these comments:

“..Two recent personal experiences illustrate the global abnegation by professionals upon whom we traditionally depend for scientific guidance.

First, I approached the Society for Mucosal Immunology (SMI), an international body for the study of immunity at mucosal surfaces, including viral infection of the respiratory tract, and the body best placed to educate in regard to the science of COVID-19 infection. I was one of six founders of the SMI, and the Asian-Pacific representative for many years. There was no response to the proposal that our society had a responsibility to provide leadership in understanding COVID, vaccination and management. No surprise, perhaps; the SMI “gold sponsor” was Pfizer.

Second, an approach to the College of Pathology (of which I was a Senior Fellow, a foundation Professor of Pathology, and past-Chairman of the College committee for undergraduate pathology education) emphasising the unique opportunity for an across-country study to determine whether COVID vaccination was responsible, or not responsible, for the spate of reports of an increase in unexplained deaths occurring in the Western world — excess death above expected background rates of death, where Australian excess deaths during 2021/22 are now exceeding 17 per cent. The College, I suggested, could use its network in Australia and New Zealand developed for quality-control programmes to coordinate a standardised protocol for a post-mortem study to answer what is arguably the most important question facing medicine..”

Continues.. https://quadrant.org.au/opinion/covi...vid-narrative/
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Old 28th Nov 2022, 08:26
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..South Australia makes a tidy control case. Unlike most other nations there were virtually no cases of Covid at all until after New Years Eve (sic) 2022. So the entire first and highest peak in cardiac problems occurred months before the virus even started circulating..”
If true, that sounds like it would be a very inconvenient truth.
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Old 29th Nov 2022, 02:19
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If true, that sounds like it would be a very inconvenient truth.
Looks like slats11 post #9752 attacking my position reference the study I quoted may very well have some merit. If the claimed un-vaxed deaths in that study had actually been vaccinated though not counted due to a ‘withholding period’, then they may very well be vaccine deaths.
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Old 30th Nov 2022, 20:15
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Is it time for a Binghi intervention? Machine gun posting, with 7 of the last 9 posts being slabs of copy and paste text from a range of cooker sources.
Are there even mods on these forums?
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Old 30th Nov 2022, 20:28
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Is it time for a Binghi intervention? Machine gun posting, with 7 of the last 9 posts being slabs of copy and paste text from a range of cooker sources.
Are there even mods on these forums?
Hmmm.. so which one of your alternate call-signs have I shot down..


Considering the thread subject you’d think there would be a lot of reference material pasting happening..
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Old 11th Dec 2022, 04:02
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Looks like them vaccines are ‘giving’ more then were bargained for..

The Australian government should be urgently investigating the “incredibly high” 13 per cent excess death rate in 2022, the country’s peak actuarial body says.

Karen Cutter, an actuary of more than 25 years and spokeswoman for the institute’s Covid-19 Mortality Working Group, said 13 per cent was an “incredibly high number for mortality” and that it was “not clear” what was driving the increase.

“Mortality doesn’t normally vary by more than 1 to 2 per cent, so 13 per cent is way higher than normal levels,” she said.


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Looks like them vaccines are ‘giving’ more then were bargained for..

The Australian government should be urgently investigating the “incredibly high” 13 per cent excess death rate in 2022, the country’s peak actuarial body says.

Karen Cutter, an actuary of more than 25 years and spokeswoman for the institute’s Covid-19 Mortality Working Group, said 13 per cent was an “incredibly high number for mortality” and that it was “not clear” what was driving the increase.

“Mortality doesn’t normally vary by more than 1 to 2 per cent, so 13 per cent is way higher than normal levels,” she said.


https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...4e237c59f59bf7

Nothing to see here
Nursing homes understaffed and unable to provide regular care
Hospitals full of covid patients unable to give the same care they used too
Ambos too busy with covid patients
Phone appointments instead of face to face and doctors missing details
People opting not to go to hospital for the fear of catching covid
The list goes on....

I can tell you what did NOT cause the 13% increase in deaths, the vaccine..........
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I can tell you what did NOT cause the 13% increase in deaths, the vaccine..........
Yep, the same vaccine and then multiple boosters we were told would prevent this:

Nursing homes understaffed and unable to provide regular care
Hospitals full of covid patients unable to give the same care they used too
Ambos too busy with covid patients
Phone appointments instead of face to face and doctors missing details
People opting not to go to hospital for the fear of catching covid
Believe!!!!!

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Old 11th Dec 2022, 07:04
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Nothing to see here
Nursing homes understaffed and unable to provide regular care
Hospitals full of covid patients unable to give the same care they used too
Ambos too busy with covid patients
Phone appointments instead of face to face and doctors missing details
People opting not to go to hospital for the fear of catching covid
The list goes on....

I can tell you what did NOT cause the 13% increase in deaths, the vaccine..........
But 17% over this year!
  • In 2022, there were 128,797 deaths that occurred by 31 August and were registered by 31 October, which is 18,671 (17.0%) more than the historical average.
  • In August there were 17,419 deaths, 1,926 (12.4%) above the historical average.
  • There were 657 (61.5%) fewer deaths due to COVID-19 in September than August (see article).
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