Armitage does it?

That would be a fun selfie to see.

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~ by Servetus on March 27, 2021.

27 Responses to “Armitage does it?”

  1. Now, we’ll have to convince Bill Gates to give us the remote control for the computer chip that comes with the vaccination and we’ll never again guess what RA is doing right now 😉
    (sorry for that bit of irony, family breakfast this morning was filled with that nonsense about Gates again and now I couldn’t help myself)

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    • No worries. HL mentioned the nanochips to me yesterday when we were talking about whether we’d be able to visit dad if there were another outbreak. He is going to refuse to get the vaccine unless it becomes a condition of employment. And he has a university engineering degree.

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      • At least my conspiracy theorist is only related by marriage to me 😉
        But stupid humor aside: I will never understand how people can fall for this kind of weirdness sigh

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        • Here any way pieces of it have become part of standard conservative worldviews. And sometimes it’s really subtle shading. I was talking to a nursing home director a week or two ago about vaccination — I would have assumed she would have been very on board. She wasn’t. She had all these reservations due to “untested products,” and I thought, okay, I can see pointing out that we don’t know the long-term effects yet, that seems obvious, but really mRNA is not a “new” technology in a meaningful way. But in general she felt like it would be good for dad to take fewer pills, and that put me off a bit. He takes a blood pressure pill, one to control his heart rhythm, a blood thinner, and one for his dementia. I really wouldn’t want him off any of those! But if “pills = bad” is part of your automatic worldview?

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          • I know one or two medical professionals too who think that way and it is really weird to me because I always had that notion that those should know best what to do about things like vaccines, etc.
            Or not, as we see now sigh

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            • I think this has been coming a long time. I remember back in the 90s having very religious students who were applying to med school who didn’t accept evolutionary theory. They just took the class, memorized a huge mass of things they didn’t believe, and then went on. Except of course now those people are in the professions. We had a pharmacist in Wisconsin who destroyed a bunch of vaccine because he thought it was dangerous / people shouldn’t take it. Turned out he also believed in a flat earth.

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              • Well, in a country that has a big ark where tour guides tell tourists Noah was 600 years old and that was common for people at the time and also use that theme park like experience to condemn abortion it shouldn’t be surprising 😦
                And around here we’re dealing again with ‘Querdenker’-Demos atm – it’s unfathomable

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    • I guffawed over my breakfast. Not to worry because my first thought was ‘he got jabbed’ then realized how many ways people can take that statement. 🙂

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    • Wow. I hadn’t even heard about the fear of nanochips! Are people also saying that China released the virus deliberately so that they could track even more data through vaccines? A worldwide conspiracy? Just, wow.

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    • 😂 I had heard that nano chip theory as well… When did fringe conspiracy theories become so mainsteam? Ugh.

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  2. I keep wondering how he had his jab, queuing up at a centre, in a surgery? But oh to be the person grasping his arm. I hope that they are an Armitage fan so could appreciate it – and they would really deserve the honour if so.

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