There’s Nothing Invented I Couldn’t Take

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This afternoon.

Come on, man.

What’s the hold up?

*smacks arm*

Meanwhile…

Northern Ireland has had five suspected cases of blood clot cases linked to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.

That is from a total of 550,000 people given the vaccine up to 28 April.

The figure is in proportion to other suspected cases from across the UK including England (198); Scotland (18); Wales (9) and unknown (12).

Coronavirus: Five suspected AZ vaccine-linked blood clots in NI (BBC)

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29 thoughts on “There’s Nothing Invented I Couldn’t Take

      1. Inevitable

        So your faith-based-belief-system (OBEY!TONY) can’t cope with peer-reviewed medical studies.

        Fascinating.

        1. Charlie

          I couldn’t give a flying phook about Tony. Refrain from socialising with that GPO shower of loopers.

  1. Dr.Fart

    persevering with the only two vaccines that can kill people just because they submitted a big order for them being the cheapest. that’s the Irish government, sees the lives of the people it governs as tradable.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Funny how blood clots only became an issue when the medication affected men! Women have been living with a 250 times greater risk of blood clots from the Pill!

      Men are such wusses!

        1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

          a friend of mine had a horrific birth around the same time as me, tearing, suction sitting on a bag of ice etc, she came home to her darling loosing it over a sore zit on his botty.. true story

      1. U N M U T U A L

        @ daisy
        and just like the pill…
        the risk from the jab is only there, if people choose to take it…

        that’s some nice borderline Gender Policing by the way…

        1. Daisy Chainsaw

          Women and girls choose to take the pill knowing the side effects because a regular period is preferable to pregnancy.

      2. K. Cavan

        No, of course you don’t, the reason you might appear to be repeating everything he says is cos you’re both right.

  2. f_lawless

    Notice today from the the National Maternity Hospital via Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/_TheNMH/status/1391785461421576192

    “COVID19 Vaccination Clinics are in the process of being established for our #pregnant women
    They will take place in Mass Vaccination Sites; initially in @AVIVAStadium
    Phase 1 – If you’re between 30-36 weeks gestation, you’ll receive a text message in coming days
    Thank you”

    Experimental vaccines as yet unlicenced still in their trial phase, no long term safety data, ,with emergency-use authorisation only (where’s the current emergency for young women?), already there’s been reports of a temporal link between adverse reactions in pregnant women and the the vaccines – eg in the US official reporting system, VAERS (which has been said in the past to only capture a small percentage of all adverse reactions to vaccines)

    And yet the health authorities are pushing full steam ahead with mass vaccination of pregnant women. What’s driving this? It’s like watching a runaway train of mass hysteria with corrupt vested interests steering it down the track.

      1. Verbatim

        OMFG ! Women’s immune system is very complex during pregnancy, to offer a vaccine as if it’s a favour they are doing them seems criminal! Time will tell.
        “our pregnant women” indeed!

    1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

      what pregnant woman in her right mind would risk this ?
      disclaimer…I took flu and whooping cough vacine…I’m not antivax …or a ratlicker

    2. U N M U T U A L

      Not much sense to any of it considering the hse advice re: the food and drinks to avoid during pregnancy,
      (*from the hse website)

      *”There are some foods to avoid or take care with when you’re pregnant as they might make you ill or harm your baby.

      These include:

      unpasteurised dairy (milk and cheese) – pasteurisation kills bacteria in milk through heating
      cheeses such as brie and camembert
      blue cheeses such as Danish blue, Gorgonzola and Roquefort
      pâté
      foods made with raw or under-cooked eggs, such as homemade mayonnaise
      raw or under-cooked meat
      cold cured meats such as salami, parma ham, chorizo and pepperoni
      liver – including liver sausage, haggis and pâté containing liver
      shark, swordfish, and marlin
      limit tuna to one 150g cooked weight fresh tuna steak or two 240g cans – 140g drained weight – per week
      raw fish
      soft-serve ice cream
      Food products that are not pasteurised, or are mould-ripened, may contain bacteria that is dangerous for your baby, such as listeria.”

    3. K. Cavan

      It’s highly likely that the mRNA will pass through the placenta & will be active in the unborn child. Pregnant women will be vaxxing themselves & their child & in return, they get a lessening of the symptoms of a now endemic common cold virus that’s virtually harmless to the child. What could possibly go wrong?

    1. scottser

      ‘You can stick it up your a**e for nothing and f**k off while you’re doing it’

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