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Did you break any lockdown rules?
at 11:53 23 May 2020

Did you break any lockdown rules?


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Booing teachers
at 10:02 14 May 2020

Whilst our wonderful NHS have shown what a credit they are to themselves and the nation, teachers are yet again giving a great example to children of how not to behave in a crisis. Excuse after excuse not to go work, just like when they shut schools at the merest hint of snow.

How about making Friday boo the teachers night?
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Donald Trump
at 23:24 12 May 2020

Like him or loathe him you’ve got to hand it to the President he does say it how it is.



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So who’s going to the seaside on Saturday?
at 20:13 11 May 2020

According to that pllock Jenrick people are going to be sensible. Are they fook. Seasides are going to rammed this weekend with temps rising and the sun out. As soon as they said you can travel to exercise I said we’re going to the beach. As will thousands of other people.

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Why are the left so silent?
at 04:09 9 May 2020

It seems rather strange how they are full of themselves and seemingly delighting in this pandemic when it comes to spurious PPE stories, yet when it comes to talking about the disparity between the survival rate of white people compared to blacks and Asians they have been uncharacteristically quiet. Given time i’m sure they will find a way of blaming the Tories for the virus’s seemingly racist behaviour, but until then perhaps there might be a rational explanation to it.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-8300797/Coronavirus-patients-sev

Black and Asian skin colour has evolved for a hot, sunny, often tropical climate so it really is of little surprise that when they come over here their skin doesn’t absorb enough of our limited sunlight. Conversely white people in hot countries get super doses of vitamin D and hey presto Australia (a broadly Anglo white population) comes through the Covid crisis broadly untouched.

Given how many Blacks and Asians now live in this country it explains why the UK should have the highest death rate per million people. Forget the total death rate, it’s deaths per capita that should be used to see how we are doing. For example you cannot compare the United States total deaths with Greenland, or the UK’s total deaths with Spain.



Once you factor in our population density, our relatively cool climate, the number of Blacks and Asians living here, we should be seeing Covid deaths at the highest per capita level in the world, yet the graph shows us broadly the same as Italy, Spain, and France.

We were dealt the worst hand - the perfect storm, yet thanks to the government and our wonderful NHS we have managed to keep deaths at the same rate as other countries who had it much easier than us.
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What’s your favourite Covid song?
at 20:50 7 May 2020

This is mine.

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Contact tracing app
at 17:44 4 May 2020

There are rumours about it including a bolt on that monitors how long you spend outside and can warn you if you spend too long in the sunshine. I won’t be downloading it until I know it’s just for contact tracing and isn’t also a nanny state tracker.
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Antibody tests to be rolled out
at 09:36 4 May 2020

This is the game changer. If you have had it you are immune and good to go.

#The people’s government delivering for the people.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8282929/Antibody-tests-tell-millions-co
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ONS Death tracker
at 21:58 1 May 2020

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditio

This is a good tool to keep track of the virus in your area.

Pretty much unaffected in my area with just about the lowest death rate in the country.
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81,000 Covid-19 tests yesterday
at 17:04 30 Apr 2020

The people’s government delivering for the people.
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Top 3 areas with a high degree of inbreeding
at 21:45 27 Apr 2020

1. Isle of Wight
2. The Fens
3. Pembrokeshire

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Big day today
at 07:16 27 Apr 2020

It gives a nice light rain all day tomorrow so I can get the weed and feed down on the lawn. The excitement of lock down, my garden has never looked so good though.
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I’m being asked to go fruit picking...
at 20:10 26 Apr 2020



https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52435332

It’d be a laugh but I’d probably eat more strawberries than I picked. One things for sure I won’t be rushing around like the Eastern European’s they exploit. The farmer will need about 3 of us to one EE to cover our tea breaks and lunch.
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The NHS and other key workers
at 12:34 26 Apr 2020

During this global pandemic the cleaners, the bin men, the postmen, the supermarket and shop workers have all carried on working putting themselves at increased risk. I think they’re all doing a tremendous job. They are all hero’s.
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Time to cancel this lockdown
at 15:46 25 Apr 2020

It’s looking like a pointless exercise now as there won’t be a vaccine this year, so now the NHS is coping we might as well just get on with it. The cost to the economy is just too high to carry on as we are.
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At the beginning of this epidemic I recommended vitamin D3
at 09:35 23 Apr 2020

Now the government are recommending it too.

It’s very good for Psoriasis sufferers as it tones down the bodies overactive immune system. In the case of Psoriasis the skin over reproduces and this causes scaling and internally over time the over active immune response attacks internal organs. In the case of Covid19 it kills when the body fires too much at the infection which has the side effect of causing organ failure. Taking vitamin D dampens the bodies immune response the same with covid as with psoriasis.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52371688
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Another lie from the vile left scotched
at 08:37 23 Apr 2020

This time that Boris Johnson’s condition didn’t merit intensive care treatment.

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-boris-johnson-nurse-says-he-absolutely-ne
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Covid19 vaccine - volunteers needed in Southampton
at 01:04 22 Apr 2020

https://www.covid19vaccinetrial.co.uk/volunteer

I would sign up given the chance.
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lockdown board games
at 11:57 20 Apr 2020

I’ve ordered an orIginal FRUSTRATION and a Southampton edition of MONOPOLY off eBay.

What else is worth considering?
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The British public solidly behind the government
at 15:03 18 Apr 2020

In the interests of truth and accuracy 66% of the British public support the government. Once again the left are shown to be all mouth and are not representative of public opinion. I think this needs pointing out as they are currently in overdrive trying to sow division and lower morale in the NHS.

https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics/articles-reports/2020/04/17/support-governm
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