Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Is it real !

Please God let me die before this happens.  It's not about health, it's about control. 

American pharmaceutical giant Moderna is opening a new mRNA Innovation and Technology Centre that will develop vaccines for a wide range of respiratory diseases, including C vaccines that can protect against multiple variants.
Construction is expected to start as early as this year, with the first mRNA vaccine due to be produced in the UK in 2025.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "We are bringing supercharged home-grown vaccines right to our shores. I want the UK to be the brightest and best in research and technology, creating more jobs and securing our economic future".

So disappointed to read about this. Is it real?  BJ is on a power mission. Claiming his place on the top table of the World Government. 
Catch ya later. Toodle pip.   ilona

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  1. they all have the go ahead to test stuff on the british population as the government gets paid for using us

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    1. As long as the money keeps coming in, they will keep pushing it.

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  2. I wish they would spend as much on preventative advice. There's been very few people other than on Utube saying how to boost your immune system to help fight off these infections.

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    1. They made us wait for the jibbyjabby because there was no money in it for them to use alternative, proven to work, treatments.

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  3. I dread getting to the stage where I’m no longer deemed to have capacity and all sorts of shit being injected into me just to keep me alive when I’no longer any quality of life left. My 81 year old Mum has Alzheimer’s and any day now she’ll be getting her fourth v. Whilst I don’t want her to die she has no other medical conditions and will no doubt have to endure the full horrors of the entire Alzheimer’s journey. I would rather she was spared that. As for the future for me I can see myself living like a fugitive on the road avoiding the ‘health nazi’s’.

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    1. Becky from Toronto22 June 2022 at 12:47

      That is exactly why I have a living will. If I am ever in a position where I no longer have capacity to make my own decisions, the physicians will be bound by my living will.

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    2. I will come with you, boatgirl. We might have to go on the run.

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    3. Me too :) There might be quite a few of us on the run! H x

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    4. After watching my late husband’s ‘treatment’ in hospital, I immediately created and filed an Advanced Decision regarding my future healthcare. I sincerely hope that it is respected when the time comes. Julie C x

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  4. Yeah but you voted for him so you can't complain can you?

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    1. I voted for him because I thought he made a lot of promises which were sound and he would follow them through. It is now obvious that he lied about everything. He gets his orders from the elite, as do all the other so called leaders. They are all in it together.

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    2. Becky from Toronto22 June 2022 at 19:49

      From what I read it is not as if he has a reputation for honesty. Am I right in thinking he has been fired for two jobs for lying?

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  5. mRNA research has been happening since the 1990's and could make huge advancements in medicine. In basic form our body produces mrna messengers to tell a cell how to work (nothing to do with DNA which is in the cell nucleus). Research has been going on to see if we can replicate mRNA such as being able to give damaged heart cells the code they need to work again or giving damaged spinal cells the mRNA message they need to work again. There was no research into using mRNA for vaccines before because there was no profit in vaccines before the pandemic. As soon as the pandemic hit they used all the previous research and focused it on vaccines. Turns out you only need really small amounts of mRNA for it to work as a vaccine. Clinical trials for this are no different to any new pharmaceutical. Labs for research and production are no different to labs for any pharmaceutical and the important work is not vaccines but treating heart disease, cancer etc

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    1. Oh, you're back. I've missed your rambling.

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    2. @liz: reverse transcription

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    3. Wow. That's rude. Not rambling. Science

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    4. @ Helen M hence research still ongoing for over 20 years but it's too important to dismiss and not look into. Many people with with life limiting conditions could be helped. All medical interventions were at one point experimental.

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    5. Why I'm passionate about this. My daughter's best friend's Dad had a muscle waisting disease. He would progressively get more ill until he couldn't eat or drink and need round the clock care. Then the muscles we use to breathe would waste away and he would suffocate to death. He didn't want this so when my daughter's friend was 17 she accompanied her Dad to Dignitas in Switzerland. It's left her very traumatised, but so would seeing her Dad suffocate. She can't conceive naturally incase she passes on the disease but her Dad left her a trust fund for IVF. Bless him. This weekend was Father's Day so that was really hard. This is why we need research

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    6. Thank you for your information. Very helpful.

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  6. I am interested to see what they will use to scare us with this autumn / winter, given that most people have had Covid and /or multiple vaccines. The above info suggests that it will most likely be variants. Buckle up, we're in for a rough ride!

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    1. Yes, more variants.
      Ministers hope that the next generation of jabs made both by Pfizer and Moderna will be ready in time for autumn, when a new round of vaccines will be administered to certain groups.

      More testing.
      As fears over a new wave of Coronavirus infections grow, campaigners are demanding that free tests for the virus return.

      Polio is coming back.
      Polio is thought to be spreading in Britain for the first time in decades as the NHS is warned to look out for paralysis cases.

      Two jabs in one.
      A two-in one covid and flu jab is being tested, vaccination developer Moderna has announced. Scientists have developed an alternative to the current separate inoculations with the trial already under way.

      Be careful where you sit on a train.
      There is no 'safe spot' that reduces risk as airborne diseases spread along the length of a carriage, and in the absence of effective ventilation systems commuters have nowhere to escape or hide, say scientists.

      Be careful who you have sex with.
      The anonymous Austrian man in his 50s came back with the unwanted holiday memento after contracting it while engaging in unprotected sex. Super gonorrhoea is the name for the antibiotic-resistant strain of the STI and is one souvenir no one wants to return with.

      More boosters.
      Younger adults and children should be eligible for booster jabs in the autumn, Moderna has said, as it warned that people could be “under-protected and under-vaccinated” without a wider booster programme.

      Be careful how you sleep.
      Whilst recovering from Covid you may continue to experience a dry cough for some time. The NHS says if you have a cough, it's best to avoid lying on your back. Instead, the health body suggests that those with a cough from coronavirus lie on their side or sit upright when not in bed sleeping.

      Don't get sick. No doctors left.
      Urgent action is needed to prevent a ‘mass exodus’ of 19,000 GPs over the next five years, health leaders warned yesterday. The Royal College of GPs said almost half of family doctors are planning to quit by 2027 in a major threat to patient care.

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  7. My understanding from Alex Belfield's site is that the UK government is giving £120k to the family of a man who died from having the c jab. I think that this will be the first of many compensation payouts... I am truly sorry for anyone who has lost a family member or friend due to this and of course the person themself.

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    1. That report has been mentioned on Twitter. I have just found out that a second person will be compensated.

      Mark Steyn reports that Joe Ward, who spoke to GB News earlier this week, has become the second person to receive a vaccine payout.

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    2. Becky from Toronto23 June 2022 at 08:09

      Mark Steyn! Wow that is a name from the past.

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  8. BJ Tweets. Read the replies.

    https://twitter.com/BorisJohnson/status/1539504617532399617

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  9. This today on the twitterati.

    In the spirit of taking care of the #Ottawa community, we will host a #Jabapalooza on Monday, June 27th to offer a 4th dose (second booster) of #CovidVaccine to any adult whose 3rd was 5+ months ago. Register here: jabapalooza.ca/register

    Also, wear a mask. #COVID19 is not over.

    The infantilising language and making it sound like a kindergarten party really irritates me. It’s never going to stop.

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    1. What the heck is a Jabapalooza? Do people fall for that ridiculous language?

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