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Lesley van Reenen
Lesley van Reenen
10 months ago

Amazing that so many countries have had the opportunity to watch Omicron unfold elsewhere, yet still believe that it is going to overwhelm hospitals. More so than in the past I hasten to add – what bleak future awaits when society continues to lockdown at the next cold or flu.

Graham Stull
Graham Stull
10 months ago

We were 200 thousand on the streets of Brussels yesterday, marching for sanity. Many came from the Netherlands too.
No one there has any intention of giving up this fight any time soon. Our numbers will only grow.

Lesley van Reenen
Lesley van Reenen
10 months ago
Reply to  Graham Stull

Graham, I saw it. Viva Brussels, viva!

Martin Smith
Martin Smith
10 months ago

Yes I see that the Covid ultras are suggesting masks and distancing in future to prevent flu. They love it, which is up to them, but what they love much much more is imposing it on all of us, knowing many, often their wider ideological opponents, will hate it.

Hersch Schneider
Hersch Schneider
10 months ago
Reply to  Martin Smith

These people are psychopaths

Martin Smith
Martin Smith
10 months ago

… and they are legion..

Susan Lundie
Susan Lundie
10 months ago
Reply to  Martin Smith

Then we must beat them back. This criminal insanity has to be stopped.

Martin Smith
Martin Smith
10 months ago
Reply to  Susan Lundie

I see even Neil Young has joined in; a man who spent much of his earlier life addicted to various damaging and potentially lethal substances is now concerned for the health of the whole world. A Covid and vaccine enthusiast, threatening Spotify with the removal of his ouvre unless it drops Joe Rogan. Unfortunately for Neil peak Young was long ago and never as lucrative as peak Rogan is or will yet be. Reality still rules when it comes to CASH! ‘I’ve seen the needle and the damage done’ has never been so ironic.

Art C
Art C
10 months ago

It’s a type: pusillanimous, vicious people who think that they have the right to meddle with the lives of others because they have nothing worthwhile to do with their own.

D Ward
D Ward
10 months ago
Reply to  Martin Smith

And all of a sudden we understand how the 3rd Reich happened. We keep mouthing platitudes like”never again”, but we fail the hurdle at the first opportunity

Galeti Tavas
Galeti Tavas
10 months ago

Lesley, that is why it is called a Plandemic. They made plans on how to make the people act, and it never was anything to do with health, so why change the plan just because the variant?

It also shows the planning comes from above as the response is always just the same. Early treatment banned. Vaxes mandated, passports carried, the freedom lovers punished, and the totalitarian laws made to see how sheep like the masses are.

The top wealthy made $$$ Trillions, and acquired very great powers, and made Democracy a joke – it is The Great Reset, not ‘covid-19 and health.

Graham Stull
Graham Stull
10 months ago

A great article, but you sort of let down the wider point with this line:
Most of us have done our bit”
But you haven’t done anything and that’s the hard point for Rutte and everyone else to accept.
The virus spread has been completely unaffected by lockdowns, school closures, masks, and the vaccine campaign.
Data from the UK shows negative efficacy for 2-doses against omicron. This extends not just to infections but also to deaths. Only a fool would believe that the boosters (absent any clinical evidence) will somehow magically provide just the right dosage to work, this time.
The good news is covid was never that dangerous to begin with. The bad news is we’ve done everything to make the response to it as harmful as possible, to our economies, our mental health, and yes, even our bodies.

Francisco Menezes
Francisco Menezes
10 months ago
Reply to  Graham Stull

You are absolutely spot on!. Add to that the persistent lying about the number of cases of people who indeed got sick and hospitalised, the excess death in age categories 30-60, the massive economic damage done to medium and small businesses for the benefit of the multinationals, the sidelining of GP-s who could only advise you to take a paracetamol (for treatment protocol of Covid-19 by Dutch association of GPs, see their website. They recommend a paracetamol), under threat of a 150.000 euro fine for prescribing anything else. And still the government wants to introduce legislation for the electronic ID because ‘it is nice to have tools in the toolbox’. Mark Rutte openly walks around with WEF logoed carrier bags. It is not about public health, it is about ending human rights. Netherlands being a conceited, pompous nation full of selfrighteouness morons is taking the lead in the quick march to dystopia.

Julian Farrows
Julian Farrows
10 months ago

I was totally unprepared for the supercilious attitudes of many presumably well-educated Dutch people toward those citizens who questioned the jabs and the lockdown rules. It was disturbing to witness how eager they were to see ‘wappies’ get punished, either through fines, loss of livelihood, covid death, or police beatings.

Galeti Tavas
Galeti Tavas
10 months ago
Reply to  Graham Stull

Here is Dr John Campbell, the most popular covid youtuber – and a very pro vax/masker. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPPnyzvO7J4

Yesterday he did one with a world top virologist an got a VERY different story on the vax.

Basically the more vax you get it the more harm is causes – take his example of a peanut allergy. Young sufferers to peanut allergy (and it is an immune response too) are given more and more peanuts to become de-sensitized to the peanut allergen. This repeated vaxing is having the same effect, and making people more tolerant of the virus by the immune system not fighting it. This is very bad as covid is not the harmless peanut so switching off your immune system to covid could be disastrous. .

Martin Bollis
Martin Bollis
10 months ago
Reply to  Galeti Tavas

I’m watching your link as I write. Very interesting though in parts over my head.

What I’m finding fascinating is both doctors have wryly referred to “those early treatments we can’t mention on this show … because they’re very contentious.” Invermectin?

Both are obviously credible people in the field, focussed only on the science. They’re just accepting that medical interventions they clearly believe are credible can’t even be mentioned (much less used) for political reasons.

Also interesting that we produced flu vaccines in response to epidemics in 1957 and 68 within 5 months. Also that those epidemics had an IFR of 0.5%

Lesley van Reenen
Lesley van Reenen
10 months ago
Reply to  Martin Bollis

Yes, Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine.

Graham Stull
Graham Stull
10 months ago
Reply to  Galeti Tavas

Interesting. Thanks for the link Galeti, but I have sworn off watching anything on YT, which is a heavily censored mouthpiece of Big Tech and the woke left.

Alison Wren
Alison Wren
10 months ago
Reply to  Graham Stull

Yes it’s censored which is why dr John is very cautious although you can pick up on his non-verbal communication! He doesn’t want to get taken down!!

Art C
Art C
10 months ago
Reply to  Graham Stull

Good on you. To all of you out there: do NOT use Big Tech services! MAKE THE EFFORT. In the case of online videos, Rumble, Odysee, Vimeo & Bitchute are all good alternatives to YT. And if the video you want is NOT on one of the aforementioned platforms contact the content creator & request them to provide a YT alternative. I do it all the time.

Carmel Shortall
Carmel Shortall
10 months ago
Reply to  Graham Stull

‘A great article, but you sort of let down the wider point with this line:
“Most of us have done our bit”
But you haven’t done anything and that’s the hard point for Rutte and everyone else to accept.’
Yes! Absolutely!
You gave up your ‘freedom’ for a load of covid theatre cobblers and now that they’ve seen how easy it was, they’re not giving it back. That’s how it works.

Francis MacGabhann
Francis MacGabhann
10 months ago

After two years of this cowardly, panic-stricken nonsense, I think it’s finally time to admit that the tinfoil hat brigade was right from the off.

Galeti Tavas
Galeti Tavas
10 months ago

Those of us with the tinfoil hats are very happy about that – now it is time for the inquiries into who was responsible, then the time for the courts.

Art C
Art C
10 months ago

If the author wasn’t an Amsterdam-based journalist she might know that “mainstream civic disobedience” already is a habit with very many of us who live in The Netherlands. It’s just not reported by the mainstream media. Also, her insinuation that Dutch vaccine sceptics who “make a lot of noise” are barely 11% of the population, based on the fact that “89.2% of the population is double jabbed”, is nonsense. These days, a very large number of vaccine sceptics are vaccinated. They were originally coerced, “nudged” or simply volunteered to get vaccinated in order to avoid the unpleasantness (encouraged by media smears) of being identified as one of “the unvaccinated”. But for several months now, the vast majority of people I meet across the country, from all walks of life, have been saying that they are thoroughly fed up with the diallng up & down of patently absurd restrictions & demands for endless vaccination “boosters” going forward. It’s clear that the vaccines are virtually useless. And the penny dropped some time ago that we are being led up the garden path. More importantly, there is a growing anger. Our constitution has been trampled-on. We see broken trust in our institutions, the lives of young people irreparably damaged, tens (if not hundreds) of thousands of small businesses bankrupted and the social fabric of our society wrecked. For what?
It’s time for a reckoning. Politicians, overpaid scientific advisors & certain media figures need to be held accountable for what has happened. And punished accordingly.

Last edited 10 months ago by Art C
Penny Adrian
Penny Adrian
10 months ago

Of course the brothels are still open. Women (and kids) sold for sex are considered disposable, like used condoms.
How absolutely cruel and despicable.

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