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Postby litoblues » Sun Nov 14, 2021 10:38 am

Congestion last night from covid pass checking was likely to increase covid infections not reduce it.. Utter nonsense
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Re: Covid pass

Postby jimmy_rat » Sun Nov 14, 2021 10:44 am

For them to take a cursory glance at it. It adds nothing. Like you say, probably makes things worse.

Living in England I don't need it. So yesterday when asked at the pub I had to faff like hell to find it. Could've just screenshot a mates!

Another fine plan from Dripford.
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Re: Covid pass

Postby bluebirdoct1962 » Sun Nov 14, 2021 12:33 pm

jimmy_rat wrote:For them to take a cursory glance at it. It adds nothing. Like you say, probably makes things worse.

Living in England I don't need it. So yesterday when asked at the pub I had to faff like hell to find it. Could've just screenshot a mates!

Another fine plan from Dripford.

You’re all forgetting that Mr Drakeford can now say something like ‘We in Wales are doing something positive to stop infections rising’. On paper maybe, but as you say, utter waste of time
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Re: Covid pass

Postby TheHangedMan » Sun Nov 14, 2021 12:53 pm

bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
jimmy_rat wrote:For them to take a cursory glance at it. It adds nothing. Like you say, probably makes things worse.

Living in England I don't need it. So yesterday when asked at the pub I had to faff like hell to find it. Could've just screenshot a mates!

Another fine plan from Dripford.

You’re all forgetting that Mr Drakeford can now say something like ‘We in Wales are doing something positive to stop infections rising’. On paper maybe, but as you say, utter waste of time

It's quite dismaying really. It will be too late when people actually realise that this illogical, non fact based and damaging policy is causing more harm than good.

The blind acquiescence of the populous who have just marched to Drakeford's tune is quite incredible in my eyes. :bluebird:
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Re: Covid pass

Postby bluebirdoct1962 » Sun Nov 14, 2021 1:29 pm

TheHangedMan wrote:
bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
jimmy_rat wrote:For them to take a cursory glance at it. It adds nothing. Like you say, probably makes things worse.

Living in England I don't need it. So yesterday when asked at the pub I had to faff like hell to find it. Could've just screenshot a mates!

Another fine plan from Dripford.

You’re all forgetting that Mr Drakeford can now say something like ‘We in Wales are doing something positive to stop infections rising’. On paper maybe, but as you say, utter waste of time

It's quite dismaying really. It will be too late when people actually realise that this illogical, non fact based and damaging policy is causing more harm than good.

The blind acquiescence of the populous who have just marched to Drakeford's tune is quite incredible in my eyes. :bluebird:

What’s the alternative though mate?
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Re: Covid pass

Postby ffs » Sun Nov 14, 2021 1:46 pm

TheHangedMan wrote:
bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
jimmy_rat wrote:For them to take a cursory glance at it. It adds nothing. Like you say, probably makes things worse.

Living in England I don't need it. So yesterday when asked at the pub I had to faff like hell to find it. Could've just screenshot a mates!

Another fine plan from Dripford.

You’re all forgetting that Mr Drakeford can now say something like ‘We in Wales are doing something positive to stop infections rising’. On paper maybe, but as you say, utter waste of time

It's quite dismaying really. It will be too late when people actually realise that this illogical, non fact based and damaging policy is causing more harm than good.

The blind acquiescence of the populous who have just marched to Drakeford's tune is quite incredible in my eyes. :bluebird:


The majority of the public are idiots and will do whatever their leaders want. All it takes is a little prodding
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Re: Covid pass

Postby TheHangedMan » Sun Nov 14, 2021 1:57 pm

bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
TheHangedMan wrote:
bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
jimmy_rat wrote:For them to take a cursory glance at it. It adds nothing. Like you say, probably makes things worse.

Living in England I don't need it. So yesterday when asked at the pub I had to faff like hell to find it. Could've just screenshot a mates!

Another fine plan from Dripford.

You’re all forgetting that Mr Drakeford can now say something like ‘We in Wales are doing something positive to stop infections rising’. On paper maybe, but as you say, utter waste of time

It's quite dismaying really. It will be too late when people actually realise that this illogical, non fact based and damaging policy is causing more harm than good.

The blind acquiescence of the populous who have just marched to Drakeford's tune is quite incredible in my eyes. :bluebird:

What’s the alternative though mate?

As you are probably aware I am not living in my home Country at the moment. But the first suggestion I would make is to write to your MP (or the Welsh version) if you are not happy with the situation.

Equally if you are not happy, get like minded people to do the same, and demand a response to the questions that you may raise.

IMHO, the shift in the last 20-30 years, politically, is the parties rely on "focus groups". Trust me, if a lot of MP's start receiving emails / letters from a lot of their constituents it may start overiding the opinions of a small focus group.

For the record I have emailed my MP in Dorset on many occasions, and everytime I receieve a written response, some via email and others by parliamentary letter in the post, which at a later date can be held against him if he was, shall we say,not forthcoming with the truth, or voted in a direction that he said he would not! Good luck. :bluebird:
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Re: Covid pass

Postby TheHangedMan » Sat Nov 20, 2021 9:02 pm

Rather than start a new thread I thought it wise to tag to this one in view of my response to a previous poster.

I have just emailed this to my MP in Dorset and if I get a response I will share it here:


Jim Smith <jim*******@gmail.com>
20:49 (0 minutes ago)
to michael.tomlinson.mp

Hi Michael,

Hope you are keeping well.

Thanks for your previous responses to my questions and concerns on a number of matters.

Recently, I have watched reports citing, that Austria has locked down anybody who has exerted their free will and decided that the Covid vaccine is not for them. I understand that this is not in your remit or jurisdiction but I was dismayed that the PM of our democratic country, your leader, did not condemn this obvious infringement on human rights.

It may be just a coincidence that a person from Austria tried this in the 1930's, and we all know how many wasted lives that caused.

I would be grateful if you would confirm that you would vote against any proposal by your Government to bring in any similar measures.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to your response.

Yours sincerely,

Jim Smith

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Re: Covid pass

Postby Bluesince72 » Mon Nov 22, 2021 2:47 pm

TheHangedMan wrote:Rather than start a new thread I thought it wise to tag to this one in view of my response to a previous poster.

I have just emailed this to my MP in Dorset and if I get a response I will share it here:


Jim Smith <jim*******@gmail.com>
20:49 (0 minutes ago)
to michael.tomlinson.mp

Hi Michael,

Hope you are keeping well.

Thanks for your previous responses to my questions and concerns on a number of matters.

Recently, I have watched reports citing, that Austria has locked down anybody who has exerted their free will and decided that the Covid vaccine is not for them. I understand that this is not in your remit or jurisdiction but I was dismayed that the PM of our democratic country, your leader, did not condemn this obvious infringement on human rights.

It may be just a coincidence that a person from Austria tried this in the 1930's, and we all know how many wasted lives that caused.

I would be grateful if you would confirm that you would vote against any proposal by your Government to bring in any similar measures.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to your response.

Yours sincerely,

Jim Smith

Address: REDACTED
Mobile: REDACTED
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F**k me i bet he loves seeing your email address ping up on his P.C
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Re: Covid pass

Postby bluesince62 » Mon Nov 22, 2021 4:07 pm

Bluesince72 wrote:
TheHangedMan wrote:Rather than start a new thread I thought it wise to tag to this one in view of my response to a previous poster.

I have just emailed this to my MP in Dorset and if I get a response I will share it here:


Jim Smith <jim*******@gmail.com>
20:49 (0 minutes ago)
to michael.tomlinson.mp

Hi Michael,

Hope you are keeping well.

Thanks for your previous responses to my questions and concerns on a number of matters.

Recently, I have watched reports citing, that Austria has locked down anybody who has exerted their free will and decided that the Covid vaccine is not for them. I understand that this is not in your remit or jurisdiction but I was dismayed that the PM of our democratic country, your leader, did not condemn this obvious infringement on human rights.

It may be just a coincidence that a person from Austria tried this in the 1930's, and we all know how many wasted lives that caused.

I would be grateful if you would confirm that you would vote against any proposal by your Government to bring in any similar measures.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to your response.

Yours sincerely,

Jim Smith

Address: REDACTED
Mobile: REDACTED
:bluebird:

F**k me i bet he loves seeing your email address ping up on his P.C



Why such a shitty response? At least he stands up for what he believes, unlike a lot of people, and has the time and inclination to voice his concerns to his mp,most just sit back and take WHATEVER comes at them,but moan like. F@ck when things aren't the way they expect?its a pity more dont do the same, and write to their MP'S and not just on the issues regarding covid, and peoples free will being removed, along with freedoms, but anything that they feel is wrong or injust.well done hanged man I say.
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Re: Covid pass

Postby ffs » Mon Nov 22, 2021 8:39 pm

TheHangedMan wrote:Rather than start a new thread I thought it wise to tag to this one in view of my response to a previous poster.

I have just emailed this to my MP in Dorset and if I get a response I will share it here:


Jim Smith <jim*******@gmail.com>
20:49 (0 minutes ago)
to michael.tomlinson.mp

Hi Michael,

Hope you are keeping well.

Thanks for your previous responses to my questions and concerns on a number of matters.

Recently, I have watched reports citing, that Austria has locked down anybody who has exerted their free will and decided that the Covid vaccine is not for them. I understand that this is not in your remit or jurisdiction but I was dismayed that the PM of our democratic country, your leader, did not condemn this obvious infringement on human rights.

It may be just a coincidence that a person from Austria tried this in the 1930's, and we all know how many wasted lives that caused.

I would be grateful if you would confirm that you would vote against any proposal by your Government to bring in any similar measures.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to your response.

Yours sincerely,

Jim Smith

Address: REDACTED
Mobile: REDACTED
:bluebird:


Well done mate. People in favour of these restrictions need to be held accountable
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Re: Covid pass

Postby mjw6150 » Tue Nov 23, 2021 10:59 am

Agree with most of above comments. However, compliance only encourages them. I won't be attending CCS until they are gone.
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Re: Covid pass

Postby ffs » Tue Nov 23, 2021 9:59 pm

mjw6150 wrote:Agree with most of above comments. However, compliance only encourages them. I won't be attending CCS until they are gone.


Great stuff mjw :ayatollah:

I read the other day about an independent company in Swansea standing up to the discriminatory covid pass. Their name is Cinema & co. Give them a follow online and try to support them if you can.

Anyone know of any businesses in Cardiff and the surrounding areas also making a stand?

If the majority don't comply, then the government can't win
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Re: Covid pass

Postby Sven » Tue Nov 23, 2021 10:43 pm

mjw6150 wrote:Agree with most of above comments. However, compliance only encourages them. I won't be attending CCS until they are gone.

Until who is/are/what 'gone'? :?

And how do you know who 'they' are? :?

I'm just confused as to whom you are 'staying away' from and how do you know who to avoid? :?

Or you may just mean the 'compliance' rules themselves? In which case, you can put your feet up on the pouffe for (at least) the rest of this season :thumbright:
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Re: Covid pass

Postby Bluebird1977 » Wed Nov 24, 2021 7:39 am

Don't forget your flu jabs folks I mean that kills on average 650k World wide per year I'm sure the media will mention it soon once there bored of covid and the sheep population become tired of that to :shock:
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Re: Covid pass

Postby 1980s Bluebird » Wed Nov 24, 2021 3:51 pm

Comparing the current leader of Austria to Hitler is f*cking laughable, give your head a wobble ffs
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Re: Covid pass

Postby Nuclearblue » Wed Nov 24, 2021 9:19 pm

1980s Bluebird wrote:Comparing the current leader of Austria to Hitler is f*cking laughable, give your head a wobble ffs


No it isn’t and very relevant. You may agree with this now. But the next time you may not. Austria doing forced vaxing is nothing short of history repeating itself. As for covid passports that is nothing short of fascism and that’s how Nazi Germany started down that slippery road. Give your head a wobble for supporting freedoms being shut down. I have wondered how Germany ‘s citizens could allow themselves to be so compliant. I am beginning to see how easy it was for the Nazis to do what they did.
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Re: Covid pass

Postby stickywicket » Thu Nov 25, 2021 12:01 am

No congestion tonight
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Re: Covid pass

Postby llan bluebird » Thu Nov 25, 2021 7:58 pm

Austria's "firebreak" is to save their skiing season
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