What is COVID?

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If you would just wrap a rubber band tightly around your genitals for a couple days, that would be great. Just throwing it out there.
Keep your curiosity about my genitals to yourself. This ain’t that kind of thread.
 
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Buck

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‘Meaning there have officially been 5.5x as many deaths in just 19 months due to the Covid-19 vaccines than there have been due to every other available vaccine combined since the year 2001.’

 

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‘A new type of animal-derived Henipavirus (also named Langya henipavirus, LayV) that can infect humans has been found in East China's Shandong Province and Central China's Henan Province, and has so far infected 35 people in the two provinces, according to an article published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) by scientists from China and Singapore.’

‘It is important to stress that the scope of this type of disease should not be limited to human diseases, but should be looked at in a larger context, Wang said, noting that the concept of "one health" proposed by several international organizations in recent years is a suggestion and method that aiming to sustainably balance and optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystems.’

 

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If Trump had said to do it, you can be sure you would have seen them out there.
What does a joke meme have to do with trump...its just a joke ffs...
 

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What does a joke meme have to do with trump...its just a joke ffs...
I guess the commentary went over your head and the strapon was the humor for you.
I guess I gave you too much credit.
 

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‘A new type of animal-derived Henipavirus (also named Langya henipavirus, LayV) that can infect humans has been found in East China's Shandong Province and Central China's Henan Province, and has so far infected 35 people in the two provinces, according to an article published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) by scientists from China and Singapore.’

‘It is important to stress that the scope of this type of disease should not be limited to human diseases, but should be looked at in a larger context, Wang said, noting that the concept of "one health" proposed by several international organizations in recent years is a suggestion and method that aiming to sustainably balance and optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystems.’

Might be interesting if over half the page wasn’t just a money grab, begging for donations.
Is there a page we can actually read?
 

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Precisely the guy you should get your info from. 🙄

“Michael Yeadon is a British anti-vaccine activist and retired pharmacologist who attracted media attention for making false or unfounded claims about the COVID-19 pandemic and the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.The Times has described him as "a hero of Covid conspiracy theorists"and "a key figure in the antivax movement".

“Yeadon falsely claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom was "effectively over" in October 2020, that there would be no "second wave" of infections, and that healthy people could not spread the SARS-CoV-2 virus. He has claimed without evidence that COVID-19 vaccines were unnecessary, unsafe, and could cause infertility in women. In a letter to the European Medicines Agency, Yeadon and the German physician Wolfgang Wodarg called for all vaccine trials to be stopped, falsely suggesting that mRNA vaccines could target the syncytin-1 protein needed for placenta formation. In an interview with political strategist Steve Bannon, Yeadon falsely asserted that children were "50 times more likely to be killed by the COVID vaccines than the virus itself", citing a high number of events following COVID-19 vaccination reported on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. The US Centers for Disease Control, which operates the database, cautions that such reports are not verified and do not prove that vaccines caused any given adverse event. Yeadon has also discouraged COVID-19 lockdowns and the use of face masks despite evidence for their effectiveness.A Telegram account under his name has promoted the unfounded claim that the vaccines cause recipients to become magnetic. Several of Yeadon's claims have been amplified on social media”
 

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Precisely the guy you should get your info from. 🙄

“Michael Yeadon is a British anti-vaccine activist and retired pharmacologist who attracted media attention for making false or unfounded claims about the COVID-19 pandemic and the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.The Times has described him as "a hero of Covid conspiracy theorists"and "a key figure in the antivax movement".

“Yeadon falsely claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom was "effectively over" in October 2020, that there would be no "second wave" of infections, and that healthy people could not spread the SARS-CoV-2 virus. He has claimed without evidence that COVID-19 vaccines were unnecessary, unsafe, and could cause infertility in women. In a letter to the European Medicines Agency, Yeadon and the German physician Wolfgang Wodarg called for all vaccine trials to be stopped, falsely suggesting that mRNA vaccines could target the syncytin-1 protein needed for placenta formation. In an interview with political strategist Steve Bannon, Yeadon falsely asserted that children were "50 times more likely to be killed by the COVID vaccines than the virus itself", citing a high number of events following COVID-19 vaccination reported on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. The US Centers for Disease Control, which operates the database, cautions that such reports are not verified and do not prove that vaccines caused any given adverse event. Yeadon has also discouraged COVID-19 lockdowns and the use of face masks despite evidence for their effectiveness.A Telegram account under his name has promoted the unfounded claim that the vaccines cause recipients to become magnetic. Several of Yeadon's claims have been amplified on social media”
You should certainly get some information from this guy. The problem is when you're not balancing it with other sources.
 

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You should certainly get some information from this guy. The problem is when you're not balancing it with other sources.
That'd require leaving the echo chamber...it's scary outside of there...
 
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You should certainly get some information from this guy. The problem is when you're not balancing it with other sources.
When someone lies and provides misinformation in the hopes of getting the gullible to follow, that makes anything else they say suspect and in need of full evaluation.
The boy who cried wolf comes to mind.
 

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Precisely the guy you should get your info from. 🙄

“Michael Yeadon is a British anti-vaccine activist and retired pharmacologist who attracted media attention for making false or unfounded claims about the COVID-19 pandemic and the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.The Times has described him as "a hero of Covid conspiracy theorists"and "a key figure in the antivax movement".

“Yeadon falsely claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom was "effectively over" in October 2020, that there would be no "second wave" of infections, and that healthy people could not spread the SARS-CoV-2 virus. He has claimed without evidence that COVID-19 vaccines were unnecessary, unsafe, and could cause infertility in women. In a letter to the European Medicines Agency, Yeadon and the German physician Wolfgang Wodarg called for all vaccine trials to be stopped, falsely suggesting that mRNA vaccines could target the syncytin-1 protein needed for placenta formation. In an interview with political strategist Steve Bannon, Yeadon falsely asserted that children were "50 times more likely to be killed by the COVID vaccines than the virus itself", citing a high number of events following COVID-19 vaccination reported on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. The US Centers for Disease Control, which operates the database, cautions that such reports are not verified and do not prove that vaccines caused any given adverse event. Yeadon has also discouraged COVID-19 lockdowns and the use of face masks despite evidence for their effectiveness.A Telegram account under his name has promoted the unfounded claim that the vaccines cause recipients to become magnetic. Several of Yeadon's claims have been amplified on social media”
Where’s the source for this? You’re such a hypocrite dude.
 

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