We’re on the brink of the biggest economic crisis since the 1930s; that’s widely acknowledged right across the political spectrum.I'd rather be seen as a racist than a joker who believes anything the government utter. They're not on our side. Unless you're a billionaire.
Keep wearing the gimp mask and fearing stepping inside a pub in case you catch a cold.
My only politics is common sense.
Moz will soon comment and disappoint you and you'll have to work overtime tying yourself in knots trying to defend him again from mistakenly saying something he agrees with.
Just admit he's right and no, a lot of people don't like that.
Ian Brown is a cool guy. Viruses come and viruses go. Coronavirus has been relatively harmless in the general population. The vast majority of reported deaths are old and frail who would have died regardless of coronavirus. And they died on their own, with no family around them.
Lockdown will kill millions across the globe. It's genocide against the poor. And compulsory vaccinations are coming.
Oh come on, @Nerak, everyone knows that it's the Jews wot started it.Is there an Ian Brown Solo that you can spread disinformation on? He's more socially robust than Moz & won't suffer a career blip.
It's called having an opinion. Moz has already suffered a career blip for that. It will soon be a crime.
I have a worldview that takes into account facts & reasoning & doesn't use YouTube as a primary source.
Is that the same Nobel prize-winning scientist who, in mid-May, predicted that 'the UK will be rid of COVID-19 within weeks?'As do I. A Nobel prize winning scientist has stated that the lockdown will kill more than coronavirus. It's all opinion. Facts lead to conclusions and opinions, Karen. That's the essence of science. Your world view is not more factual than mine.
It was part of the 8 bit Smiths collection - shared long ago in the downloads section.
As do I. A Nobel prize winning scientist has stated that the lockdown will kill more than coronavirus. It's all opinion. Facts lead to conclusions and opinions, Karen. That's the essence of science. Your world view is not more factual than mine.