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Health & Fitness Clowns at Stormont give us five days of less restrictions at Christmas and we are supposed to be grateful

15:15  28 november  2020
15:15  28 november  2020 Source:   newsletter.co.uk

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Some restrictions will be relaxed even further during a five - day period over Christmas . But England's chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty, urged people to avoid physical contact with grandparents or other elderly relatives. He said: "Would I encourage someone to hug and kiss their elderly relatives?

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Why are they making us lockdown again?

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The death rate may be only slightly higher than normal for this time of year mainly because of the NHS prioritising ‘Covid cases’ and failing to diagnose cancer, heart diseases etc. So where is this ‘Covid pandemic?’

Many reliable experts (Ivor Cummings, Mike Yeadon) tell us that Covid19 was over in the summer and the ‘cases’ are mostly false positives and deaths are with Covid not from Covid.

Why are these dictators ignoring the Danish study on face masks which showed that they make no difference to infections? Not to mention the risk of bacterial pneumonia from frequent wearing .

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PREDICT 8 Our Physics teacher told us to imagine the of space EMPTY 9 My neighbours are building an . on their house. POSSIBLE 27 Her to join us was disappointing. REFUSE 28 They're renovating their home because they want to make it more LIVE 29 Stop being 50 and make up your

So we’re supposed to be so grateful to get five days of less restrictions at Christmas!

Sorry guys, some of us have had enough of this nonsense, it’s time to remove the restrictions and get back to normal or else let these clowns and mainstream media keep control over our lives for ever.

David Wilson, Beragh

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