BBC1 Panorma's "Vaccines & Disinformation"

bonus2010

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Prof Dolores Cahill will be featured on BBC1 Panorma's "Vaccines & Disinformation" programme tonight (Monday 15th February 2021) at 19:35pm (and online shortly after broadcast):

I've listened to Prof Dolores Cahill a lot on Youtube and on her facebook channel, so interesting to hear she'll be appearing
on BBC's Panorama tonight.


EDIT:
Sorry, Prof Dolores Cahill didn't appear in the documentary, I've obviously misread the fb post I got this info from, she's hosting a private video
conference to discuss the BBC program afterwards, which is what it was.




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BBC One - Panorama, Vaccines: The Disinformation War
 
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wheelo

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I don't think it's the programme that you think it is, however, good spy, I've set a recording as the missus is watching Corrie.
 

bonus2010

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I don't think it's the programme that you think it is, however, good spy, I've set a recording as the missus is watching Corrie.

I'm just watching to hear what anti-vaxers and people against covid restrictions opinions are, but I'm fully expecting typical
BBC biased reporting of the type I've seen relating to the UK's decision to leave the EU.

Watching it the now... might not last lol
 

bonus2010

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Poor BBC reporting again... they had a massive opportunity to persuade me and many others to dismiss the "disinformation"
but couldn't because they'd rather focus on a Doctor that suggests that those other Doctors stating that
vaccines are unsafe should be "struck off" instead of proving how the "disinformation" is wrong. I do not
trust the establishment, I just need hard facts, and an explanation for why vaccine manufacturers are not
liable if things go wrong for example.. I say to the BBC, just point to the weblink that disproves all the alledged "misinformation."
that they've paid so called researches to research.
 

Scufferoo

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Have a look at the World Health Organisation website ( www.who.int )that may help you. The BBC has to cater for all tastes so can’t please all of the people all of the time so you were one of the unfortunate ones this time. If you‘re worried that you won’t be able to sue them when something goes wrong just don’t have the vaccine , that’s your choice. They have passed every stringent test thrown at them , what more can they do .
 

xero50

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.................... The BBC has to cater for all tastes so can’t please all of the people all of the time ..........................
I look forward to the day when they might even attempt to come somewhere close to that.
They are nothing but dishonest peddlers of agenda-driven, cancel-culture wokerati bull$h1t, and certainly wouldn't even attempt to actually inform us about what is actually going-on in the world. In other words, the exact opposite of what they are obliged to do under the terms of their charter.

Ethernet cable straight into router.
Router is a foot away from TV/Buzz box/Buzz TV stick etc
Hopefully someone who is connected via home plugs on 200mb can also give information, don't want to spend nearly £100 to get 1gb home plugs and 1gb switch and end up with no real speed increase but in theory I could get upto 100mb
 

channelking

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I look forward to the day when they might even attempt to come somewhere close to that.
They are nothing but dishonest peddlers of agenda-driven, cancel-culture wokerati bull$h1t, and certainly wouldn't even attempt to actually inform us about what is actually going-on in the world. In other words, the exact opposite of what they are obliged to do under the terms of their charter.


BBC, Sky news most of the media outlets are there to cater for ratings with what they feed to people.

Some is the truth and some is lies.

I tend to avoid these news corps if I can and take some of what they say with a pinch of salt. Best to do your own research and find reputable sources for the information you require if you have doubts to what has been told to you.

I still cant get over how they have got away from robbing people for a damn tv license.
 

bonus2010

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Have a look at the World Health Organisation website ( www.who.int )that may help you. The BBC has to cater for all tastes so can’t please all of the people all of the time so you were one of the unfortunate ones this time. If you‘re worried that you won’t be able to sue them when something goes wrong just don’t have the vaccine , that’s your choice. They have passed every stringent test thrown at them , what more can they do .

I don't trust the WHO, but reasons why is another thread.
I don't feel its a matter of catering for all tastes as you put it, If the BBC's so called
investigative journalists want to make the assertion of there being "disinformation" then
they really need to make the effort to disprove properly, which they didn't

Btw, its not about only me here or my personal decisions, its about all those who have
listened to what the BBC are labeling "disinformation", and a lot of it is actually true,
for example as vaccinee companies are not liable should anything wrong, and for a lot people
that doesn't install much confidence in their product's safety.
 

loncell

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My opinion is, there's a virus knocking about thats picky on who it kills.

Some people KNOW they are vulnerable as they know they have underlying health conditions and then there's the obese who suffer badly. Also no one knows if you will be left with long term health issues. Then there's the age factor were young people with no known underlying health issue's have little or no symptoms who will find a common cold far worse than losing your sense of smell or taste. then A symptomatic ! I mean, how you stop that one bar test everyone everyday?.
So what do you do ?
Jab the people with underlying, jab all those over 70, jab health workers facing Covid so they dont spread and jab the chubbys who like their jackbit.

Open the boozers, football, cinemas eating houses and lets get the F back to normal. I went Asda Sunday and I'd say a 3rd were maskless and it was packed. We are nearly 12 months in and the Gov have fecked up on a grand scale.

London's Nightingale Hospital has only recently reopened (shut since May last year) after only 20 patients were admitted but London was overwhelmed ? someone's lying.

Time to jab and open the gates, the longer we carry on in this stupid farcical state the more long term problems we will be left with. It makes you think, is the down turn in social problms due to us been locked up making life easier and cheaper for the Gov to govern us ?

 

pupuqiop

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Btw, its not about only me here or my personal decisions, its about all those who have
listened to what the BBC are labeling "disinformation", and a lot of it is actually true,
for example as vaccinee companies are not liable should anything wrong, and for a lot people
that doesn't install much confidence in their product's safety.

It's already been pointed out to you on another thread that this is because of legislation which existed before the coronavirus pandemic.
 

Willo3092

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London's Nightingale Hospital has only recently reopened (shut since May last year) after only 20 patients were admitted but London was overwhelmed ? someone's lying.
Yes, total waste of time and money building new hospitals unless they've got the staff to run them.
 

loncell

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There has been army medics on stand by, fully trained in all kinds of virus and chemical warfare, they have been on standby and as far as I am aware they have never been called on. I'm not debunknig Covid, yes it's dangerous and sadly deadly
but
to a very very small minority who the Government have failed to protect. At the very beginning last March the Gov sent 1000's of elderly patience who at the time were in hospital back to their nursing homes in prep for the first lockdown and sadly to their deaths. 10s of 1000's of elderly died this way. When you break down the figures of who and when died and how how they died 1000's were easily preventable.
I was all for lockdown but now ? no it's not working.
If the Gov had been better prepared as they were previously warned then some reckon that 60%-75% of all deaths could have been avoided. It's sad I know people dying from a virus but its a harsh fact of life. What is not acceptable is lots died needlessly. At the end of the day in this dog eat dog world that vast majority won't even know or suffer no worse than a viral infection.
thats until,
Ebola or SARS mutates both with Covid, both deadly then made super infectious by Covid I will tell you this-

The sh*t was slap like mud daubed wall
 
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bonus2010

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It's already been pointed out to you on another thread that this is because of legislation which existed before the coronavirus pandemic.

Yes, we discussed it here on Techking, but did the BBC bother to reveal our conversation to their audience? lol
I'm sure you'll agree that you and I aren't the only ones who have seen memes across social media which make reference to the fact that vaccine
manufacturers are imune to prosecution.... I still don't believe its a good idea but I'm sure I'm not the only one.

I'm just getting at the very poor journalism of the BBC. It was just a very poor attempt to confront what they assert as 'disinformation'
I think another tick boxes job creation stuff.
 

pupuqiop

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I'm sure you'll agree that you and I aren't the only ones who have seen memes across social media which make reference to the fact that vaccine
manufacturers are imune to prosecution.... I still don't believe its a good idea but I'm sure I'm not the only one.

If a government wants a vaccine in a hurry then the pharmaceutical companies aren't going to agree to being held liable if something goes wrong due to inadequate time to test the safety of said vaccine.

Whether that's too risky or a measured risk worth taking is up to people who are offered the vaccine to decide. But you seem to work on the assumption that everyone having the vaccine is either mis/ill informed about it.
 

channelking

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If a government wants a vaccine in a hurry then the pharmaceutical companies aren't going to agree to being held liable if something goes wrong due to inadequate time to test the safety of said vaccine.

Whether that's too risky or a measured risk worth taking is up to people who are offered the vaccine to decide. But you seem to work on the assumption that everyone having the vaccine is either mis/ill informed about it.

I was thinking about this a short while ago but more looked into it made sense why they would not be held liable for any problems down the line.

This pandemic called for immediate action and vaccines not having enough time to trial is just way it is. You delay and delay with testing then inevitably cases will rises and so will deaths.

Brother had his vaccine this week as he is on front line. He complained have sore arm and feeling lathargic but those are the most common side effects you would have.
 

bazcfc1

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I was thinking about this a short while ago but more looked into it made sense why they would not be held liable for any problems down the line.

This pandemic called for immediate action and vaccines not having enough time to trial is just way it is. You delay and delay with testing then inevitably cases will rises and so will deaths.

Brother had his vaccine this week as he is on front line. He complained have sore arm and feeling lathargic but those are the most common side effects you would have.
Which did he have your arm does get sore as they inject it into your muscle which it's same when I have flu jab or my bloods took (sugar levels) and feeling tired those was the possible side effects to the phizer one. They did mention headache aswell but havnt had headache apart from nagging missus lol
I've ended up with a cold like symptoms.
This pandemic did call for major actions rightly so and wasn't they testing the vaccine on people before it actually was released so to speak
If a government wants a vaccine in a hurry then the pharmaceutical companies aren't going to agree to being held liable if something goes wrong due to inadequate time to test the safety of said vaccine.

Whether that's too risky or a measured risk worth taking is up to people who are offered the vaccine to decide. But you seem to work on the assumption that everyone having the vaccine is either mis/ill informed about it.
You can ask questions whilst there and they give you info booklets explaining what's what and an a4 paper explaining about the make of the vaccine.
 

channelking

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Which did he have your arm does get sore as they inject it into your muscle which it's same when I have flu jab or my bloods took (sugar levels) and feeling tired those was the possible side effects to the phizer one. They did mention headache aswell but havnt had headache apart from nagging missus lol
I've ended up with a cold like symptoms.
This pandemic did call for major actions rightly so and wasn't they testing the vaccine on people before it actually was released so to speak

You can ask questions whilst there and they give you info booklets explaining what's what and an a4 paper explaining about the make of the vaccine.

He said he had the Astrazenica one. He did say he had a headache for a short while but that passed after he slept for a bit.

All the vaccines will have some sort of side effects which are common and to be expected. It shouldnt be anything to worry about or panic over imo.
 

bazcfc1

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He said he had the Astrazenica one. He did say he had a headache for a short while but that passed after he slept for a bit.

All the vaccines will have some sort of side effects which are common and to be expected. It shouldnt be anything to worry about or panic over imo.
Its not really should imagine some will have worser side effects then others depending if on long term meds ect
 
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