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ZippytheHippy Posted on 18/05/2020 07:42
what covid 19 has taught me
 
first off people in in the uk in general appear to be thick (see link)

second 70% plus of the UK are unable to apply common sense (according to yougov) and need to be told in detail how to behave. or are they ate just thick?

what a pathetic bunch we.

Link: Link
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myfooty Posted on 18/05/2020 10:21
Edited On: 18/05/2020 10:53
what covid 19 has taught me
Many thousands of care home residents have died since the start of the coronavirus outbreak. Despite most care home residents being in the most high risk group these people should have been the easiest people to keep safe due to them being in a care home.

Many of the residents and staffs deaths in these care homes were caused by the UK government.

How do people that voted for them and those that continue to support them feel about this.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/52674073
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MightyDuck Posted on 18/05/2020 10:44

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"or are they ate just thick?"

[:D]
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ZippytheHippy Posted on 18/05/2020 11:15

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Google has a lot to answer for
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Stigmata Posted on 18/05/2020 11:22

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If the Government believe that people take any notice of their life protecting instructions then they should think again.
My closest neighbours have been ignoring the guidelines since they were introduced. I believe they must have a special dispensation since one of them actually works for the NHS.
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myfooty Posted on 18/05/2020 11:38

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What have your neighbours done to ignore guide lines.

Have they been moving people that tested positive covid19 into they homes?

On 19 March, NHS guidance said that "unless required to be in hospital, patients must not remain in an NHS bed".

This policy was implemented to free up beds in advance of an expected surge in coronavirus patients.

On 2 April, the rules on discharging to care homes were clarified, saying "negative [coronavirus] tests are not required prior to transfers/admissions into the care home".

Even elderly hospital patients who had tested positive could be admitted to care homes, according to the document, if measures - such as use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and isolation - were used.
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EpiphanyProudfoot Posted on 18/05/2020 11:42

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Covid 19 taught me what I already knew. Teesside's womenfolk are the best farters.
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brattleboro Posted on 18/05/2020 12:54

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they goverment have to take a lot of the blame
for the old people dieing in care homes as they sent them back there whilst they were displaying covid symptoms.its criminal what they have done,it really is
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red_harrington Posted on 18/05/2020 15:16

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EP I thought you said you were going to give up your stupid fart jokes because you agreed everybody thought they were puerile, unfunny and quite simply, annoying [rle]
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red_harrington Posted on 18/05/2020 15:16

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And...

"what a pathetic bunch we."

[8)]
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Billy69_uk Posted on 18/05/2020 15:24

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I agree that the Government must carry a large portion of the blame for the care home debacle, but I think the people running the care homes must take some level of responsibility as well.

They are charging anywhere from £500 to £1000 a week for residents, and have a duty of care, and from my very limited experience, seem to be run on a shoestring with understaffed low paid careers doing the very best they can in impossible circumstances.

Hospitals, schools, care homes and prisons should not be run on a "for profit" basis in my opinion. You end up with profit over care.
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johnnycjnr Posted on 18/05/2020 17:19
Edited On: 18/05/2020 17:21
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I've learnt how scary it is that the masses are so easy and happy to be manipulated.
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Nobby_Barnes Posted on 18/05/2020 17:31

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I like stupid fart jokes, anyone who says they don't is a liar in my book [:D]
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FartingGnome Posted on 18/05/2020 19:30

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"what a pathetic bunch we."

If you mean people who voted this shambolic apology for an administration into power based on facebook lies from a psychotic "adviser" then you have my wholehearted agreement.

But you wouldn't be one of those, would you?

Perish the thought.
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red_harrington Posted on 18/05/2020 21:32

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I like them too Nobby, but please explain how this is a joke:

"Teesside's womenfolk are the best farters."

That's right, it's not a joke, just an inane statement the type of which EP continues to chuff forth over and over again.

Tedious, unfunny and boring, and he's been doing it for YEARS.
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TerryWay Posted on 18/05/2020 23:33

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Many of us already found out the public were thick the day they voted for Brexit.

Congrats on finally working it out OP.
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TerryWay Posted on 18/05/2020 23:33

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Many of us already found out the public were thick the day they voted for Brexit.

Congrats on finally working it out OP.
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joseph99 Posted on 19/05/2020 08:24

what covid 19 has taught me
That it has not caused an armageddon as predicted by some academics and sensationalists in mainstream media.

That the majority of people in this country believed care homes were there to provide professional and quality care for our ageing loved ones. They hadn't realised that their raison d'etre was to create even more wealth for its private owners. Even when their greed was exposed by the lack of provision during a pandemic causing thousands of premature deaths the malleable masses pointed the finger of blame 100% at the government and felt more sympathy for the rich owners than the dead.

The extent by which the masses thought academic models and predictions were a reflection of reality.

That Sweden's governance should be respected and admired for ignoring herd mentality, and getting the results they deserved.

That WHO is corrupt to the core.
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hopesoboro Posted on 19/05/2020 11:36

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ZippytheHippy is a bit of a misnomer.
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Durktron Posted on 19/05/2020 16:02

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Why should Sweden get any credit?
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boringblock_21 Posted on 23/05/2020 12:17

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“ Even when their greed was exposed by the lack of provision during a pandemic causing thousands of premature deaths the malleable masses pointed the finger of blame 100% at the government”

So who takes the blame for the lack of provisions in the NHS? And for sending potentially COVID-19-positive patients into care homes from hospitals?
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BigmetsBoro86 Posted on 23/05/2020 12:34

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It's taught me not to walk on the pavement. You will get hit by a bike[;)]
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Durktron Posted on 23/05/2020 13:02

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Still dont know why sweden should be admired? Highest deaths per capita and much higher deaths than Norway and Finland [^] great stats.
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Maulsta Posted on 23/05/2020 13:19

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Taught me that I don't need to work away like I have been for the last 12 years missing special occasions etc..for the money, I've been getting by on a basic wage for the last 3 months and am a lot happier being with the missus and kids.
My sank today as Just had my letter to start back again next week[cr]
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expat_smoggie Posted on 23/05/2020 17:10

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One thing for sure we were never in this together — as Stogmata said (his neighbours) NHS workers were never in this together with their after work activities — moreover if they were the custodians of the elderly then maybe they don’t deserve a round of approval? But maybe and this is just a maybe — the governments around the world have used the pandemic to thin out the nursing home population— I mean isn’t it amazing that so many countries are reporting the same issue?
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joseph99 Posted on 24/05/2020 06:01

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Durktron linked article captures why Sweden has been correct with its strategy.

"So who takes the blame for the lack of provisions in the NHS? And for sending potentially COVID-19-positive patients into care homes from hospitals?"

The autonomous NHS? Not suggesting the government are blameless (far from it), with the benefit of hindsight it's been a monumental clusterfluck and heads need to roll starting with Cummins.

Link: Sweden
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hopesoboro Posted on 24/05/2020 08:05

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BigmetsBoro86 - you use the fcuking road as the cyclist told me![:D]
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Durktron Posted on 24/05/2020 09:20

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That article is from the 15th of May and they are now the country with the highest deaths per capita.
You might think it's ok to risk people's lives for the sake of a pint but it clearly isn't the right thing to do.
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joseph99 Posted on 24/05/2020 09:50

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You might find you need a job to buy a pint .. [^]

Deaths per capita to date ... last time I looked 385 is < 806 [:D]

Belgium 806
Spain 612
UK 547
Italy 540
France 421
Sweden 385
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Durktron Posted on 24/05/2020 13:20

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Sweden still highest last week.
Listen at the end of the day 4000 people have died in Sweden and you think that's a good thing? It's 4000 family's lost people and it could of been much lower if they just weren't greedy XXXXXXs.... ive got a job thank you [^]
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joseph99 Posted on 24/05/2020 16:56

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I guess the league table could be lying, Woodgateesque style.

The point is, Sweden is not a big fat outlier as predicted by the experrs who locked us down.

It is now burning itself out hopefully in time to rescue the economy
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Durktron Posted on 24/05/2020 17:40

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Read all the papers of today that you love to reference.... end of story pal they are wrong not to lockdown could of saved lots of lives but aslong as the economy is fine it's all good [^]
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