Coronoviral Shit


We all agree that it’s a bit of a cunt – even more so because it’s clogging up the site.

In future you can fill her boots here and if you post anywhere else then guess what? Yep, it’s binned.

1,682 thoughts on “Coronoviral Shit

  1. Serious question to the pro official narrative and pro vaccine cunters on this thread.

    Are any of you actually in favour of vaccination mandates like the ones proposed in Austria for example?

    Forget the disagreements regarding alternative news sources, alternative versions of events, Youtube/Bitchute videos and all that.

    Does any cunter seriously think that those ordinary people who choose to remain unvaccinated should be ostracised from society over this?
    Given the fact that it’s not exactly the fucking plague we’ve been dealing with.

    • No, I don’t. As a healthcare professional, I’ve seen the results of no vaccine, and have to deal with them, taking me off the road for something else, cardiac arrest for example, but, mandatory? No.

      • Me neither.

        I am against mandatory Covid vaccinations, passports, lockdowns, wearing of masks in public places, Covid child vaccinations (except where it would benefit otherwise vulnerable children), hand sanitisers, etc.

        I would however encourage those I love or care about to get vaccinated, but if they choose not to then that’s fine too.

        Furthermore I would have no issue inviting an unvaccinated person into my home.

        On the other hand I resent these sanctimonious anti-vaxxers telling me I’m a cunt for having the jab – what fucking business is it of theirs?

      • Eloquently put, Ruff. It’s the sticking ‘FACT’ on something which may or not be, on something they have absolutely no experience of but have watched a video on that makes me smile, wryly.

      • Morning Ruff.

        It’s been horribly divisive this whole saga and there’s been much mud slinging because of peoples choices and opinions.

        I’ll be the first to admit I’ve been swept along due to the impact of lockdowns etc and the resulting emotions off the back of it.

        I have my opinions and have probably been a cunt at times to other cunters on here but I think that it’s basically the longterm fear of potential medical mandates against my will which has boiled my piss so to speak.

      • Where has anyone called you or anyone else a cunt for having the jabs?

        I think it’s very foolish to take them as the actual evidence does not stack up, but if you want to.. it’s your body therefore your choice. And that’s the real rub. Choice/Freedom.

        I don’t mind being called anti-vax. I am. But I’m not anti-freedom.. I *want* a proper open discussion with all the information, but we just aren’t getting it, and that is the fault of media and government who ARE cunts.

      • HJ, you are not usually abusive, and far more debatable.
        You are also willing to see both sides of the argument, which is all anyone can ask.

    • Pro choice. There is a risk in having a vaccine as there is in not having it. As the vaccines have no bearing on transmission or immunity, to me it makes no difference who I mix with. I’m squarely in the middle of this argument, as I have little time for the extremists on either side of the situation.
      I know plenty of people who have suffered from covid, some worse than others, some died. I don’t know anyone who has had an adverse reaction to the vaccines. My choice was based on the fact that vaccinated people were less likely to need hospital treatment.

      • @GJ
        @DCI

        Fair enough fellas.
        Two very reasonable and balanced points of view.

        For me, it’s the potential mandating of the vaccines and boosters etc which deeply unsettles me.
        It is surely crossing one societal line too many in my opinion.

    • They are not vaccines. FACT.

      Unlike a proper vaccine, they neither prevent infection nor transmission. They are hardly, if at all, effective in preventing death or even serious disease. They damage the immune system. In the short term, they are massively dangerous; and in the long term: well, no one yet knows. All of this can be verified by UK government reports. Simply check out the latest Vaccine (sic) Surveillance Report.

    • not at all.

      I find it all very sinister, even though I have had three jabs myself.

      I object to misinformation and lies from both anti-vaxxers and the zealots in the government and media. I’ m not too happy about these allegations about the Pfizer trials conducted by ventavia and how the FDA have been sloppy with their regulation. This is from the BMJ as well

      As someone who was on the list of shielding freaks and clinically vulnerable hermits, having a vaccine is very much a no-brainer. I’ve had much tougher decisions on medication before this, where i really had to go along with it and ‘bite the bullet’, or die of cancer.

      Despite this, or perhaps because of it, i do not support mandatory vaccinations, especially as case numbers are still disappointingly high and the natural immune response gives a better range of targets of viral proteins than the vaccines, which are tailored to getting the immune response to recognise the spike proteins.

      • Surely no member of a civilised society should be advocating medical mandates.

        Good Evening CP

    • You certainly have the right, Miles, but is it wise?

      ‘First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a socialist.

      Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a trade unionist.

      Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Jew.

      Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.’

  2. I suspect some here might be secretly having buyers remorse right now. Some of the media talking heads are starting to it seems, now that the variant ‘omicron/moronic’ has come out of the woodwork and the hysteria over fucking nothing ramps up.

    Lockdown?… 4th booster?… Roll up, roll up!

    It’s ok to say FUCK OFF when the government inevitably does what we know it’s about to. All are welcome. Except the cunts in government of course.

    Looks like Bojo is having a little talk later. Alas???…

    • Doesn’t affect me, BCC. I am bullshit exempt. The Clown Cunt can go piss up a rope. Scruffy, shambolic twat.

    • The flu vaccine doesn’t stop people getting flu either but it reduces the burden on the health services.

      My 4th dose (not booster) is already due in the spring of 2022 but by the looks of things with the Omygosh variant and the mutations all vaccines will need reworking. They don’t seem to be doing too well preventing the spread of Delta as it is. My brother is double jabbed and is just getting over the ‘rona after two weeks of feeling rough.

      It has dropped the number of hospitalisations and deaths relative to cases though, much like the flu vaccine does.

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