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Government aren't going to let go of the stranglehold they have over our everyday lives, despite what Quayle may say. 

The Civil Servants employed in track and trace, the so-called border force, and all the other various covid-related positions that have popped up - they're not going to vote for Christmas and admit we don't need all of it. 

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3 minutes ago, AlanShimmin said:

Government aren't going to let go of the stranglehold they have over our everyday lives, despite what Quayle may say. 

The Civil Servants employed in track and trace, the so-called border force, and all the other various covid-related positions that have popped up - they're not going to vote for Christmas and admit we don't need all of it. 

They should … and in 21 days time.

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3 hours ago, Flyingfemme said:

I was in Texas two months ago and everything was open, no masks. I have friends currently in Florida, visiting Disney with family.......packed, no masks.

Yes. It is state by state. Texas were the first to fully open. It is a hot, dry state and is quite sparsely populated, and the virus struggles to survive. On the other hand, northern states, especially coastal are a perfect breeding ground. Hence the approach. 

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1 minute ago, Scipio said:

Remember everyone, any increase in cases on the Island from now will be caused by the double jabbers.

Well not officially because double jabbers aren’t tested or required to isolate, the vaccine is some sort of 100% miracle cure apparently.

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2 hours ago, Hmmmm said:

We are at least 4 weeks too early, but it seems the virus is a thing of the past.  

It will be a travesty if Covid now gets through because the border rules have been relaxed, especially if the EAG have advised against doing this.

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4 minutes ago, code99 said:

It will be a travesty if Covid now gets through because the border rules have been relaxed, especially if the EAG have advised against doing this.

The travesty is a TT holiday & late deployment of the vaccination programme.

Don’t forget that. 

Ever.

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26 minutes ago, Nom de plume said:

The travesty is a TT holiday & late deployment of the vaccination programme.

Don’t forget that. 

Ever.

I don't. And I agree with you.

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6 hours ago, thommo2010 said:

I never heard about that on the news

Of course you didn't - tens of thousands protesting in London on Saturday but the British Brainwashing Corporation and the others on the receiving end of the No10 censorship campaign have deliberately not carried the news item because it simply isn't 'on message' - heaven forbid that the rest of the nation actually sees what's going on from under their duvets.

'Truth is the first casualty of war' and make no mistake, the government has treated this a a war with its disinformation machine running in top for the past 16 months - no argument, no dissension, no alternatives. 'We' have taken pity and shown sympathy with nations that have lived under those rules - and yet the GB and GM Sheeple have sat back and the only question asked from Johnson and Mr Toad has been: 'we've bent over so how far, please sirs?'

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2 hours ago, AlanShimmin said:

The Civil Servants employed in track and trace, the so-called border force, and all the other various covid-related positions that have popped up - they're not going to vote for Christmas and admit we don't need all of it. 

What, and lose out on all the overtime ? No chance.

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5 minutes ago, Utah 01 said:

'Truth is the first casualty of war'

Correct. The moral and ethical contract between the Government and the public has been seriously damaged, here and in the UK. The lessons from the delays, not closing borders and past and recent events demonstrate the hypocrisy, division and general contempt for the public and have undermined even the best attempts to convince us that what they now say is truthful. 

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20 minutes ago, Utah 01 said:

Of course you didn't - tens of thousands protesting in London on Saturday but the British Brainwashing Corporation and the others on the receiving end of the No10 censorship campaign have deliberately not carried the news item because it simply isn't 'on message'

Say what?
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-57628292

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-57623110


 

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2 minutes ago, slinkydevil said:

Exactly. I was reported elsewhere too, but apparently censorship happened and it wasn't. 

I also find it amusing that apparently everyone else is the sheep, not the people who went to a meaningless protest which was organised by people working for ex-pat millionaires.

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