Today’s anti lockdown violence

Poultongirl

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A drop in the ocean compared to what will happen if this lockdown carries on throughout December and January..
Now before Basil Robbie jumps off the cat walk and starts flexing his muscles , I am in no way advocating trouble I hate violence , I’m just stating facts.
it’s very sad it has come to this , people have had enough. Wenneed to get back to normality, ie going back to football matches pubs and restaurants,Christmas shopping and young people going out keeping healthy and meeting people naturally in clubs👍🏻
 

Martonmosser

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A drop in the ocean compared to what will happen if this lockdown carries on throughout December and January..
Now before Basil Robbie jumps off the cat walk and starts flexing his muscles , I am in no way advocating trouble I hate violence , I’m just stating facts.
it’s very sad it has come to this , people have had enough. Wenneed to get back to normality, ie going back to football matches pubs and restaurants,Christmas shopping and young people going out keeping healthy and meeting people naturally in clubs👍🏻
Not seen any news today, been too exciting on here and watching the game....... where was the trouble?
 

Curryman

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Santa is on his way with a series of jabs that should, eventually, allow us to get back to something like a normal life. Jumping up and down, rioting or anything similar is just going to prolong the problem. what I'm saying is that these idiots are like children.
 
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EPM46

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A drop in the ocean compared to what will happen if this lockdown carries on throughout December and January..
Now before Basil Robbie jumps off the cat walk and starts flexing his muscles , I am in no way advocating trouble I hate violence , I’m just stating facts.
it’s very sad it has come to this , people have had enough. Wenneed to get back to normality, ie going back to football matches pubs and restaurants,Christmas shopping and young people going out keeping healthy and meeting people naturally in clubs👍🏻
Yeah, and then going home and passing on the virus to their parents or grandparents who then might die!
 

Jaffa_The_Hut

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A drop in the ocean compared to what will happen if this lockdown carries on throughout December and January..
Now before Basil Robbie jumps off the cat walk and starts flexing his muscles , I am in no way advocating trouble I hate violence , I’m just stating facts.
it’s very sad it has come to this , people have had enough. Wenneed to get back to normality, ie going back to football matches pubs and restaurants,Christmas shopping and young people going out keeping healthy and meeting people naturally in clubs👍🏻
Fool.
 

Poultongirl

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2,871 deaths from the virus in the last 7 days, another 16,390 in hospital, likely 3,000 or so of them won't be leaving there alive.

Yeah, let's get back to the footy.
Hospitals are always full at this time of year,
look at the ONS uk death figures for October 2019 compared to October 2020. There was seven of a difference!!!! Every death is tragic but is it worth shutting the whole country and resulting in more non COVID related premature deaths.
 

Mark_GT

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I really like your posts generally Poultongirl, they cheer me up no end, but I think you're off target with this one. Hopefully young people will be able to look back on this miserable episode a bit like we old farts do on the power cuts and the three day week of the early 70's. i.e. it was pretty shit but we got through it. I have three young adult daughters and they are all taking it very seriously and just doing the practical things to keep themselves and those around them safe. Especially my eldest, who is a mental health nurse and has to go out to work visiting vulnerable people in their homes dressed like someone out of Star Wars.
 

Seasider3610

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What happened to “Dunkirk spirit”?
A few weeks or months of lockdown and some people can’t handle it 🙄

Get a f@cking grip FFS!

Boris will f@ck up the vaccine roll out but at the Heath Care heroes will get it first.
 

Matesrates

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My dad's 85 and went in hospital for op then caught covid
Doc's told us he wouldn't last through Wednesday night but he's still hanging on
Anybody who bleated to me that they need to go out to a pub or Christmas shopping would get a slap
Sorry to hear about your dad, hope he recovers. This is a seriously nasty and dangerous virus and as you say, those who want to ignore it need sorting out.
 

Wizzerboy

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Sorry to hear about your dad, hope he recovers. This is a seriously nasty and dangerous virus and as you say, those who want to ignore it need sorting out.
Those that want to ignore it have either not had someone close contract the virus and died or come close to it, don't work for the nhs or really don't get the severity of the situation.
What's wrong with following the rules for a change instead of this anti government, I know better than the experts people who have nothing better to do than try to disrupt anything and everything.
 

TangerineMorph

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Hospitals are always full at this time of year,
look at the ONS uk death figures for October 2019 compared to October 2020. There was seven of a difference!!!! Every death is tragic but is it worth shutting the whole country and resulting in more non COVID related premature deaths.
It's amazing how most Covidiots wouldn't acknowledge the ONS site during the first peak. A time when we had over 60,000 excess deaths in a 13 week period.

Now that it suits your agenda you are quoting a figure from there showing that the deaths were the same this year!

Also the deaths weren't that much higher this year due to all the hard work most of us have put in during the prior months to October.

Let's see you compare the figures again when they are released for November.
 

Lost Seasider

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Hospitals are always full at this time of year,

So what do you think happens when you put an extra 15,000 - 20,000 Covid patients on top of that?


look at the ONS uk death figures for October 2019 compared to October 2020. There was seven of a difference!!!! Every death is tragic but is it worth shutting the whole country and resulting in more non COVID related premature deaths.

Cherry picking, October 2019 had an unusually high number of deaths, October 2020 was 2,713 above the 5 year average, also the current wave of Covid only stated to show up in the mortality figures in the second half of the month.

You will also want to consider that a significant number of people who might've otherwise passed away in October 2020 didn't do so due to the fact that the died back in April/May.

Finally rather than looking backwards we should be looking forward and thinking about "what happens if.......", i.e. a repeat of April/May.
 

Ormergod

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Poultongirl

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It's amazing how most Covidiots wouldn't acknowledge the ONS site during the first peak. A time when we had over 60,000 excess deaths in a 13 week period.

Now that it suits your agenda you are quoting a figure from there showing that the deaths were the same this year!

Also the deaths weren't that much higher this year due to all the hard work most of us have put in during the prior months to October.

Let's see you compare the figures again when they are released for November.
What is a covidiot😯
 

BlackpoolWolves

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A drop in the ocean compared to what will happen if this lockdown carries on throughout December and January..
Now before Basil Robbie jumps off the cat walk and starts flexing his muscles , I am in no way advocating trouble I hate violence , I’m just stating facts.
it’s very sad it has come to this , people have had enough. Wenneed to get back to normality, ie going back to football matches pubs and restaurants,Christmas shopping and young people going out keeping healthy and meeting people naturally in clubs👍🏻
Oh dear, you're off on this track again 🙄
Grow up.
 
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