Michael B-C

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What makes that interesting is that looks to be at a Maxol petrol station, not just some random site:



Not saying they are leading the sanctioning - but you'd think employees would hardly agree to it being on their forecourt without some kind of permission from someone in the chain of command.

Maybe someone in that company knows its fight now or go under to the big corporate takeover of all markets.

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Ahhh... seems I was on the wrong track (wishful thinking!)

Coronavirus Ireland: Dublin petrol station condemns anti-mask COVIDiots for spreading misinformation in front of shop

"The trailer was parked on our forecourt without permission but was quickly told to leave when management were made aware.
 

SOTTREADER

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The daily or weekly numbers the UK government gives on how many people are testing positive for covid is a PROJECTION.

Less than 7000 people have actually returned a positive PCR test from about 550,000 tests in the last 6 weeks.

Rachel's been looking at the actual raw data on the ONS site and it's all there. The government are lying scumbags who are feeding fear by using projections. What a load of baloney.

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Many things that can drive the business management 'resource' mind can be found from within organizations that inform, often directed right out of the Human Resources departments (HR). If you have one, or work in one, you probably get or even send the memos. In the last decade, HR departments have changed in incremental social ways with new policy conduct. HR is often also the conduit for many woke policies now in the workplace, and many large workplaces' that use to have high productivity and high moral, have became gloomy places to work. A mask is one thing.

In Canada you have organs such as HRReporter, in the U.S. there is something similar, just as in the EU and Asia, however the messaging to HR managers is similar and often contain legal 'opinion' that is taken literally. Whether a company adopts these HR messages is another story, and yet they are hard to avoid in our hypersensitive political societies.

The following is out of HRReporter with the title Five business ‘must-haves’ to surviving COVID-19 in 2021, and as typical the message aligns to so much else.

Here are a few snips:

‘How are we going to get people through the next eight months after what they’ve been through for the last eight months?’
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The second must-have for organizations is to establish just what the new version of your company will look like, says Froman.

“Once the majority of people are vaccinated, we’re going to be back to some sort of normalcy; how will companies be running once that happens?”

Step one was the steady use of an uptick in covid-communications to inform workers, and some of us have been on the receiving end of a steady stream of outright propaganda. It became normalized at work.

Above, the idea of vaccinations is presented as a given, nothing else will solve the 'problem', so all HR managers unite and take forth the message (with some legal corporate opinion thrown in to the mix).

Step three addresses work from home, and other articles expand on it, which seems to be lockstep with the green message (was there not a law proposed in California that ensured employers had revolving maximums at corporate work headquarters? - at lest in the Plan Bay Area Blueprint for 2050 there seems to be).

The message here goes on to say:

It’s prudent to put into place a system of measuring employee productivity so that a remote-work cohort will be successful and supported, he says.

“[It’s about] having those real-time data mechanisms to monitor how the company is doing and helping companies determine whether they want to be fully remote, fully in the office or some sort of blend.” {we already had this survey done at our workplace, and many others I know had the same}

There are many tools and technologies to be able to monitor performance, says Froman. “If you have solid metrics of what performance is, it doesn’t matter where anybody is working.”

A technocrats dream come true, the corporate door will be open right into ones private home, which many not be private at all.

Digital transformation

Third on the must-have list is ensuring digital change is well in hand because COVID-19 “forced companies to embrace digital transformation massively: there’s no choice anymore, that ceiling has been broken and nobody’s going back,” says Froman. “A lot of companies have resisted implementing technology.”

One of the best ways to successfully complete the digital transformation for Canadian companies (and the fourth must-have), is look to government for support, he says. {well of course, there is corporate welfare state, why not let taxpayers burden the load}

“We’re shifting in 2021 to recovery; 2020 was about survival. How is the government going to help companies who are threatened because new digital firms have come in and are challenging them? How are they going to support these companies, not to keep them alive but to continue to recover and scale?”

Indeed, stay tuned for the how.

HR’s role

And the final must-have will involve HR as the Canadian workforce has changed forever, says Froman.

“We pulled them out of the office and shoved them in their homes; they become accustomed to this new lifestyle so there are people making choices based on their current lifestyle,” he says. “How do we nurture talent, particularly to stay committed to the growth of an organization when they’re being sought after by a lot of companies?”
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They need to maintain empathy but they also need to challenge employees. That’s going to be a real challenge for HR professionals to guide people through this transition from being remote to back into whatever the company chooses, whether it’s flexible, whether it’s back in the office, and how do they help manage that transition for the organization,” he says.

“It’s going to be HR professionals who have to guide our staff through that journey and it’s going to be bumpy: we may lose some people because they don’t want to change and you’re not going to convince them.”

Keeping workers engaged is crucial according to one survey that says many will quit if they aren’t allowed to remain at home post-pandemic while many organizations are in the midst of planning the new office dynamics.

Don't know about many people here, however there used to be a process whereby upper managers would choose or foster along the best candidate for a position, and HR was there to facilitate orientations, maintain records and bride to accounting et cetera. Today, it is HR that hire, often from a detailed woke checklist without consulting upper management or managers, even at the CEO level should they happen to have a gender or ethnic policy that guilds them. The best person is no longer an absolute consideration. HR will have a strict covid-recovery policies coming soon, if not already one's desk.

Given that business today shapes societies interactions (as covid has shown using methods, such presumption clauses and state employment orders), a good way to check the wind direction is through legal associations, OSHA type groups, HR (as shown here) and other directing associated bodies. Of course, the overall push comes down to them from the brotherhoods above.
 

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The Year Ahead — Part 2: Biosecurity

The latest from James Corbett. As to when the scamdemic will end, Corbett posits five schools of thought. I belong to the fifth. My faith in humanity is such that I think we'll get the fourth. Prove me wrong (please). Note: none of the posited schools of thought include comets.

 

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Dumbest fear mongering I've seen as of yet. So we should all starve instead?
No, we're supposed to order our groceries online then pickup with car - while wearing mask of course! So should we all do that, imagine the long lines of cars queueing every day. How much time would one have to allot just to get groceries? Better not be in a hurry or need something at the last minute. (sigh) Fun times.
 

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Today, I was cruising, through the local mall in the area, where I live, there had been some verbal altercation between a group, men at a lottery station, nothing voilent. Probably just some petty disagreement about some slight, using verbal language. Just an assumption on my part, but what struck was the comment at the end of the altercation

"Hope you don't get Covid" The vocalization and the sarcasm was evident in the remark.

Is this the level that some members of society in there angst, at a disagreement, resort to, wishing a deadly disease (as portrayed in the media) on another. Is this the new normal, so sad.
 

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Facebook Censors Mexican Cardinal for Denouncing ‘New World Order’

Facebook has censored a video of Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez, archbishop emeritus of Guadalajara, for suggesting that globalist leaders are exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to bring about a new world order.
In place of the cardinal’s weekly video, Facebook exhibited a greyed-out screenshot emblazoned with the banner “False information.” Underneath, Facebook added, “This publication repeats information about COVID-19 that independent fact checkers deemed false.”
On its Facebook page, Semanario Arquidiocesano Guadalajara, an information service run by the Archdiocese of Guadalajara, posted the following screenshot on January 13, along with the text “Cardinal Juan Sandoval denounced the imposition of a new world order, hours later his video was censored”:
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In his weekly video column, the Cardinal denounced that the pandemic "is going to be long" and that Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft) who has lately given himself attributes of "prophet", predicted a new outbreak of smallpox, a disease that humanity considered already overcome.

"It turns out, coincidentally, that a laboratory in Atlanta (United States), of which Bill Games is a benefactor, has a strain of smallpox, so let us be prepared for that new pandemic," said Archbishop Emeritus.

He mentioned that this class of world leaders intends to establish a new order, where there is only one army, one government, one economy and one religion, which will not be Christian.

Likewise, he pointed out that these pandemics serve to weaken nations, impoverish them, end education, impede religious practice, reduce population, but above all, cause fear.

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Earlier in this latest Queensland lockdown it was stated in one of the news articles that fines wouldn't be issued for failing to wear a mask, but instead, police officers would carry a supply of masks and hand them out. Then today there's this article about the majority of Victorian fines issued for all breaches of directions have either not been paid or were cancelled/overturned.

Victorian police to drop thousands of unpaid infringements for restrictions breaches

Only $1.45 million of the total $40 million in fines actually got paid.

Queensland is considering using mining camps as quarantine facilities. I don't know if this will come about because it means that they will have to accommodate mine workers somewhere else, so unless it's an abandoned mine then it seems a pretty silly statement. Since they mention that there is facility to accommodate cleaning and kitchen staff on site, I'm assuming they're talking about remote locations that rely on Fly-in-fly-out workers.
 

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David Martin was mentioned earlier in the thread along with the point that his background is not given. In his latest video, he is taking a look at some of the laws and definitions around vaccination and points out that neither Moderna or Pfizer in their own materials call their injection a vaccination but rather gene therapy so there's a possibility of loopholes in the laws in regards to misleading/false information. I'm wondering if that would also mean any attempt to mandate 'vaccination' through the withdrawal of access to goods and services or maybe even employment would amount to fraudulent coercion.

Here are some of the references for the video:

  • It is unlawful under the FTC Act, 15 U.S.C. § 41 et seq., to advertise that a product or service can prevent, treat, or cure human disease unless you possess competent and reliable scientific evidence, including, when appropriate, well-controlled human clinical studies, substantiating that the claims are true at the time they are made.
  • Definition of Vaccine Immunization Basics | Vaccines and Immunizations | CDC
    • Immunity: Protection from an infectious disease. If you are immune to a disease, you can be exposed to it without becoming infected.
    • Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that
    disease. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections, but can also be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose.
  • “The primary endpoint is the prevention of symptomatic COVID-19 disease. Key secondary endpoints include prevention of severe COVID- 19 disease and prevention of infection by SARS-CoV-2.” https://investors.modernatx.com/news-releases/news-release-details/modernas- covid-19-vaccine-candidate-meets-its-primary- efficacy#:~:text=About%20the%20Phase%203%20COVE%20Study&text=The%20primary%20endpoint%20is%20the,by%20SARS%2DCoV%2 D2.
  • “As of this writing, no correlate of protection for SARS-CoV-2 has been established.”https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2028436
  • “No existing vaccines have been shown to be effective against infection with any betacoronavirus, the family that includes SARS-CoV-2, which causes Covid-19.” Polack FP, Thomas SJ, Kitchin N, et al. Safety and efficacy of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 vaccine. N Engl J Med 2020;383:2603-2615.
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There's a transcript of the video here for those who prefer to read.
 
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