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Just now, Chelseafan said:

Yes, they of course love paying billions for people to sit home doing nothing, putting people out of jobs, wrecking the economy...

Now it's ended 🙂

 

It's borrowed money over an infinite amount of years to pay back.

 

52 minutes ago, Chelseafan said:

Hopefully we'll see a return to some sort of normaility over the next few weeks but lets not be selfish here and think about others. There's already evidence that people are ignoring social distancing, you only have to look at the demonstration in London yesterday for Black Lives Matter.

 

If they wanted to stop the protests they could, but they didn't, so social distancing doesn't matter to that age group as we already know.

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54 minutes ago, TeaMonkey said:


I was watching the daily UK press briefing and the politician said something like “nobody in the country expects that we will go back to how we were before”.  <deleted>

Grants Shapps is another knob and with more monitoring coming, why would the government want things to go back to where they were.

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2 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

It's borrowed money over an infinite amount of years to pay back.

 

If they wanted to stop the protests they could, but they didn't, so social distancing doesn't matter to that age group as we already know.

So they aren't going home to their parents/grandparents then.

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10 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Worst case scenario, the Chinese are allowed in on an air bridge and no one else. Call it a precondition of their citizens travelling there and of course the CCP take a bigger hand in Thailand.

Hopefully the air bridge will collapse when they are all on it!!!!!!!

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1 minute ago, Chelseafan said:

So they aren't going home to their parents/grandparents then.

Everyone will die at some point, the stats are quite clear everyone is not going to die from this virus. This nonsense needs to stop, luckily people are taking to the streets for another reason, but these protests will soon be about unemployment and it's the young who it will affect the most.

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1 minute ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Everyone will die at some point, the stats are quite clear everyone is not going to die from this virus. This nonsense needs to stop, luckily people are taking to the streets for another reason, but these protests will soon be about unemployment and it's the young who it will affect the most.

40,000 dead in the UK and you call it nonsense. That's harsh!

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18 minutes ago, redwood1 said:

Forget money whats happening goes way way beyond money....The people at the top of the pyramid have more money than they could spend in 1,000 lifetimes money means nothing to them....Whats happening is all about control and power....

If you say so. In the words of the Euryhmics, who am I to disagree 🙂

 

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1 minute ago, Chelseafan said:

Boris is taking advice from scienticists, virologists etc, but you do what you want to do as you know better, just don't came near me or my family 🙂

 

 

I was in Hyde Park 2 weeks ago getting drunk with a friend and went around another's garden last Sunday doing the same. Had a nice cycle today practising bunny hops and got sore shoulders now. There is a dirt track I can go to and meet up with others of a similar mind.

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1 hour ago, Henryford said:

Most of those would have died anyway, like the 85 year old Eddie Large. Compared to the 600,000 who die every year it's a small percentage. Is it worth destroying the lives of millions for years to come?

 

Of course they would, we all die eventually but Covid shortened their life-span. The lockdown has reduced the amount of deaths, had we not done so that %age you mention would probably be a lot higher.

 

What the heck, let's just euthanise everyone over 65 and be done with it afterall they are a burden on society.

 

 

 

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