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    Quote Originally Posted by Letters View Post
    Why do you think such a high percentage of doctors are having it?

    https://www.bma.org.uk/advice-and-su...rus-on-doctors

    I heard a figure of 96% in the US, the above shows 85% in April, it would be reasonable to assume it's higher now.

    It's true that if you look at "NHS Staff" then the percentage is lower, but that includes people in all kinds of roles, many of whom will not have the level of medical training that doctors have.
    It'll soon be 100% take-up in the States among medical professionals. Proving the people who know about these things are all in favour of the vaccine.

    Others have claimed the policies to sack workers who refuse the jab may have influenced the statistics somewhat. Though not the unvaccinated national guardsmen/ women/ people/ banana who have been brought into to replace them, because that's against orders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Letters View Post
    It's all on rails - again. Every single time, yet the majority will ask, "How did it happen?" And it will be a genuine question on their part.

    As we rush into the global cataclysm that will dwarf the terrorism scam and the pandemic scam combined, the bodies will be piled high and stretch to the horizon in all directions. When enough are dead and the planet has regressed to a new era of feudalism and misery, the peasants digging in the dirt will ask, "How did this happen?" With a dirty but straight face.

    I don't know. How could these things keep on happening? What could it be that always delivers the same results in the same direction? It's a mystery.
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    I guess those two doctors who were dragged through the dirt and cancelled because they claimed lockdowns would lead to a weakening of natural immunity can be brought back out of the doghouse now. No harm done. Nobody could have predicted it.

    Flu is back, after a year long holiday. Apparently you need to get the flu jab because it could be the next big thing. Apparently Delta is not a new kid on the block, compared to the allegedly weaker earlier strains of covid that definitely were new kids on the block. The good thing is, it all makes perfect sense and isn't contradictory at all. Like men who are women and "women" who win netball championships.

    Planes can't fly because pilots are being sacked. It's not all bad news, private jets haven't been affected. I hope car mechanics aren't being sacked too because we're going to need them in the next 2-3 years as vehicles that pollute at a rate of almost 75% of the new green electric chariots begin to benefit from the new fuel additives that deliver almost 75% of the energy it takes to produce them in the first place.

    And so on.

    "The Science" knows.

    Meanwhile, the profits all flow in the one direction and there's nothing to see except the BBC.

    Did anyone see their Ivermectin "expose" btw? You should read that if you want to see "The Science" in all its pomp and glory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall_Quinn View Post
    Others have claimed the policies to sack workers who refuse the jab may have influenced the statistics somewhat.
    But that policy doesn't just apply to doctors. So while it might have been a factor when comparing it to jobs where it's not being required, it wouldn't explain why the uptake amongst doctors was higher than other medical staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letters View Post
    But that policy doesn't just apply to doctors. So while it might have been a factor when comparing it to jobs where it's not being required, it wouldn't explain why the uptake amongst doctors was higher than other medical staff.
    Alcohol abuse is probably higher too, but it's still not desirable or readily explainable. Two sectors were targeted in advance for enforced medication, health services and the military. Giving up employment as a doctor is not the same as throwing in your job at McDonalds. And there's a whole chain of legal implications that tie health professionals into no-win situations. Hospitals can be sued, individuals can be sued, the tests are bogus so you could be technically infected at the drop of a hat. In practical, though entirely manipulated, terms doctors and other care workers have little choice if they want to stay in the profession. That hasn't stopped tens of thousands of nurses saying fuck off though, these being the people who actually care for patients at ground zero on a daily basis, rather than pop up once in a blue moon to quote from the rapidly discredited Lancet.

    I hear (but haven't personally verified) the highest levels of resistance are found in those with doctorates and masters, so you could equally wonder why that is. That's if any of the data is even accurate. The U.S. government is busily rewriting or destroying data across many disciplines, and fake news is faker than ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall_Quinn View Post
    I hear (but haven't personally verified) the highest levels of resistance are found in those with doctorates and masters, so you could equally wonder why that is.
    Yes, I heard something similar. (And there’s no way of either of us personally verifying that).
    I looked it up again and it seems that the vaccine resistant and people with the least and the most education, which is interesting. People in the middle are more likely to get the vaccine.
    Although I would note that having a Ph.D demonstrates a certain academic bent, but unless it’s in a subject relevant to virology or immunology it doesn’t really qualify you to be an expert on this.

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    The vast majority of doctors know enough about epidemiology and virology to be dangerous - although I'm sure most know enough to be aware there a very serious questions that ought to be raised about these vaccines and the policies around them. Some did and paid the price. The medical profession is divided into countless areas of expertise and that expertise has become highly specialised and focused over time, so the letters after their names doesn't automatically imply an informed and current knowledge of areas outside the field of expertise.

    Doctors are also the least likely people to question the medical authorities, as we have seen to a disgraceful degree when they didn't stand up as the elderly were euthanised in care homes in several countries and patients suffering from serious but non-covid related illness were kicked onto the street. Most of them also remained silent as the long established protocols for recording medical data (particularly cause of death) were rewritten to spin a specific agenda. Two of these "mistakes" will result in a huge number of deaths or truncated lifespans and represent the exact opposite of the oath doctors are supposed to abide by. The other "emergency measure" means we can no longer measure anything related with any degree of confidence and is a significant setback to medicine and science in general.

    Those who spoke up were quickly smeared or censored by propaganda outlets like the BBC.

    Plainly it's all about money and control and has nothing to do with health. If the goal was to protect and preserve health it could have been just as well achieved by doing almost the exact opposite to what has actually been done, and the economy and civil liberties would have been preserved in the process. None of it has had the slightest effect beyond the balance sheets of the drug companies and the jackboots of the state, as is easily demonstrated by looking at comparable outcomes from nations that decided against a corrupt and authoritarian approach.

    Expertise is not a pre-requisite for observing transparent corruption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niall_Quinn View Post
    Did anyone see their Ivermectin "expose" btw?
    I’ve heard that stuff doesn’t work for all Covid symptoms,
    but it’s quite good if you’re a little horse



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