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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2020 6:07 pm
by Laura
Portugal.

https://www.safecommunitiesportugal.com ... 2019-ncov/

Food Production – Problems with production flow

The National Confederation of Agriculturists (CNA) warned yesterday of a “very serious problem” of the production flow of small and medium farmers, due to the pandemic of covid-19, calling for the reopening of local markets.

“The situation is already dramatic for many and will be a ruin for most small and medium-sized farmers if measures are not taken immediately to allow these families, who have no other income, to make a living from working in the fields,” the CNA said in a statement.

“The problems are many and need urgent answers. The measures announced by the Government, being generally positive, are very insufficient and above all because they do not reach small and medium farmers” added the CNA.

According to the confederation, this situation was enhanced by the closings of restaurants, local markets, fairs and events, eliminating the outlets for “many thousands of family farmers”.

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 7:54 am
by Pixel8r
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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 2:02 pm
by Pixel8r
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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 7:14 pm
by markinspain
Are pandemics really new?

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The Plandemic Collection

PostPosted: Sat Apr 04, 2020 6:40 am
by Pixel8r
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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 4:06 am
by Laura
That Gates interview.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ ... lock-downs

We don’t want to have a lot of recovered people
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at 34:14, Gates talked about how he sees things rolling out from there.

Eventually what we’ll have to have is certificates of who’s a recovered person, who’s a vaccinated person...

...Because you don’t want people moving around the world where you’ll have some countries that won’t have it under control, sadly.

You don’t want to completely block off the ability for people to go there and come back and move around.

So eventually there will be this digital immunity proof that will help facilitate the global reopening up.”

[Some time on the afternoon of March 31 the last sentence of this quote was edited out of the official TED video of the interview. Fortunately, recordings of the complete interview are archived elsewhere.]

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 10:36 am
by fwiw
Got this and think it’s helpful:

*Finally, some sensible advice. From a GP Nurse in the UK.*

*To Avoid Covid-19*
What I have seen a lot of are recommendations for how to try to avoid getting coronavirus in the first place ,
• good hand washing
• personal hygiene
• social distancing
-- but what I have NOT seen a lot of is advice for what happens if you actually get it, which many of us will.
So as your friendly neighborhood Nurse let me make some suggestions:

*If you get Covid-19*
You basically just want to prepare as though you know you’re going to get a nasty respiratory bug, like bronchitis or pneumonia. You just have the foresight to know it might come your way!

*Things you should actually buy ahead of time* (not sure what the obsession with toilet paper is?):

• *Kleenex,*

• *Paracetamol*,

• whatever your generic, mucus thinning *cough medicine* of choice is (check the label and make sure you're not doubling up on Paracetamol)

• *Honey and lemon* can work just as well!

• *Vicks* vaporub for your chest is also a great suggestion.

• *a humidifier* would be a good thing to buy and use in your room when you go to bed overnight. (You can also just turn the shower on hot and sit in the bathroom breathing in the steam).
(May not be required in India given good humidity levels)

• *If you have a history of asthma* and you have a prescription inhaler, make sure the one you have isn’t expired and refill it/get a new one if necessary.

• *Meals* This is also a good time to meal prep: make a big batch of your favorite soup to freeze and have on hand.

• *Hydrate (drink!) hydrate, hydrate!* Stock up on whatever your favorite clear fluids are to drink - though tap water is fine you may appreciate some variety!

• *For symptom management* and a fever over 38°c, take Paracetamol rather than Ibuprofen.

• *Rest lots*. You should not be leaving your house! Even if you are feeling better you may will still be infectious for fourteen days and older people and those with existing health conditions should be avoided!

• *Wear gloves and a mask* to avoid contaminating others in your house

• *Isolate* in your bedroom if not living alone, ask friends and family to leave supplies outside to avoid contact.

• *Sanitize* your bed linen and clothes frequently by washing and clean your bathroom with recommended sanitizers.

*You DO NOT NEED TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL unless* you are having trouble breathing or your fever is very high (over 39°C) and unmanaged with meds.
90% of healthy adult cases thus far have been managed at home with basic rest/hydration/over-the-counter meds.

*If you are worried or in distress or feel your symptoms are getting worse*

*Preexisting risks* If you have a pre-existing lung condition (COPD, emphysema, lung cancer) or are on immunosuppressants, now is a great time to talk to your Doctor or specialist about what they would like you to do if you get sick.

*Children-* One major relief to you parents is that kids do VERY well with coronavirus— they usually bounce back in a few days (but they will still be infectious), Just use pediatric dosing .

*Be calm and prepare rationally* and everything will be fine.
This is to inform us all that the pH for corona virus varies from 5.5 to 8.5.

All we need to do, to beat corona virus, we need to take more of alkaline foods that are above the pH level of the Virus.

Some of which are:
*Lemon - 9.9pH*
*Lime - 8.2pH*
*Avocado - 15.6pH*
*Garlic - 13.2pH*
*Mango - 8.7pH*
*Tangerine - 8.5pH*
*Pineapple - 12.7pH*
*Dandelion - 22.7pH*
*Orange - 9.2pH*

How do you know you have coronavirus?
1. *Itching in the throat,*
2. *Dry throat,*
3. *Dry cough.*
4. High temperature
5. Shortness of breath

So where you notice these things quickly take warm water with lemon and drink.

Do not keep this information to yourself only. Pass it to all your family and friends. God bless you all

FWIW

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 2:13 pm
by Pixel8r
Pixel8r » Thu Apr 02, 2020 1:49 pm wrote:Hopefully, I look scary enough to keep people away from me when I go shopping tomorrow. :thumbup:

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To complete my virus outfit :mask :lol:

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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 3:49 pm
by Laura
^ Anything being worn below the waist?

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 6:02 pm
by Pixel8r
Laura » Sun Apr 05, 2020 3:49 pm wrote:^ Anything being worn below the waist?

Going commando :lol:

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 6:17 pm
by Laura
Pixel8r » Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:02 pm wrote:
Laura » Sun Apr 05, 2020 3:49 pm wrote:^ Anything being worn below the waist?

Going commando :lol:


Some images I do not want in my head.
If you must remove your leathers in the store, kindly do it well away from the cucumbers.

Meanwhile, do you fancy wading through this?

https://www.sott.net/article/430699-bat ... s-outbreak

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 6:34 pm
by Pixel8r
At least I am not going this far.

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Re: The Plandemic Collection

PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 6:51 am
by Pixel8r
Double post

Dave is doing a great job on reporting this plandemic

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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:14 pm
by Pixel8r
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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 8:37 pm
by Laura
https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-04-05- ... virus.html

BREAKTHROUGH? Single dose of common agricultural drug Ivermectin found to “essentially eliminate all viral material” of COVID-19 coronavirus within 48 hours

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2020 7:00 am
by Pixel8r
Not sure which thread to post this in, Q or Plandemic. Maybe they need merging?

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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2020 10:51 am
by Laura
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Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2020 1:32 pm
by Laura
https://off-guardian.org/2020/04/05/cov ... -estimate/

Cannot highlight. Tablet or net conn being a pita ATM.
Pix, would you highlight the revised NHS death recording system please? It's a joke, with a nasty agenda

NHS England’s Office of National Statistics releases weekly reports on nation-wide mortality. Its latest report (Week 12 – March 14th-20th) was released on March 31st and made special mention of Covid19, explaining they were going to change the way they report the numbers in future.

The ONS system is predicated on the registration of deaths. Meaning they count, not the number of people who die every week, but the number of deaths registered per week. This, naturally, leads to slight delays in the recording of numbers as the registration process can take a few days.

However, with coronavirus deaths, since its a “national emergency”, they are now including “provisional figures” which will be “included in the dataset in subsequent weeks”. This leaves them wide open to – either accidentally or deliberately – reporting the same deaths twice. Once “provisionally”, and then once “officially” a week later.


That’s just one peculiar policy decision. There are many others.

Up until now, the ONS reported those Covid19 numbers collated by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC). The DHSC records only those who died in hospital and have tested positive for the coronavirus as Covid19 deaths.

BUT, from now on, the ONS will also include Covid19 deaths “in the community” in their statistics. That “includes those not tested for Covid19” and where “suspected Covid19″ [our emphasis] is presumed to be a “contributory factor”.

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2020 5:40 pm
by Pixel8r
Laura » Thu Apr 09, 2020 1:32 pm wrote:Pix, would you highlight the revised NHS death recording system please? It's a joke, with a nasty agenda

As requested.

Yes, it appears it is all part of the left/globalist plan for world domination and to rid the world of Trump. Good job the Q team are one step ahead of them. :thumbup:

Re: The Pandemic Collection (don't expect quoted bits!)

PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2020 6:59 pm
by Pixel8r
The average deaths from winter flu in the UK over the last 7 years is 40,000. Deaths that have 'recorded' as from coronavirus in the UK is 7,111.