On Tue 19 May at 7:01pm Nevillman wrote:
I've got a horrible feeling that Tom's last post may have been his last. He is probably a bit more sensitive than he appears and we have been a bit merciless at times. Who knows, he may even have a bit of a point about the virus, bill gates and the rest. One of his conspiracies must have some truth in it by the law of averages and it's always good to have someone who does say it.
Come back Tom.
On Tue 19 May at 7:17pm Hyena wrote:
He might have been nicked after setting fire to a 5G mast.
On Wed 20 May at 7:22am Mark wrote:
Maybe he's found out, the hard way, that Covid-19 isn't seasonal flu.
On Wed 20 May at 2:07pm Green Sleeves wrote:
Can't you guys just enjoy the peace and quiet?
On Thu 21 May at 11:40am Tom Pain wrote:
Sorry to disappoint you mark, perhaps it's oversensitive but I find your mendacity quite shocking, though not terribly surprising. My reason for posting is to draw attention to two videos on YouTube~ Tanzania President John Magufuli, even papaya and goats etc. and Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina on France 24 RF. They are on the subject of the Corona virus. I'm sure that they will offend the inherent,covert racism of many but hope that they are of inspiration and hope for the decent majority. The Guardian, unsurprisingly did a hit piece on Dr. Magufuli using the tried and tested (see this forum) method of "guilt by fictional association". I'm sure that the more bigoted readers will lap it up and look no further. Mr. Rajoelina's rebuttal of the clinical testing canard is a joy to see. All in all the two videos will give great pleasure to all who like to see African patriots standing up to the patronising,hidden racism of western philanthropists and those who prefer natural medicine to the invasive, often harmful chemical concoctions of big oil's pharmaceutical industry that reap such fabulous profits that they can easily afford to buy up press and politicians. Good viewing to the open minded few who will watch these videos, they're a breath of fresh air.
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On Thu 21 May at 11:52pm Tom Pain wrote:
Here's a quote from Sir Patrick Vallance, Chief Scientific Advisor to the Government, talking about the Office of Nations Statistics on hospital death rates ( just another conspiracy nut?) "death rates are people who have got corvid on their death certificate, it doesn't necessarily mean they've been infected, because many of them have not been tested". This was on an official government briefing. Now unless it was a fake put up by some "foreign power" what does it mean? To me it says that the figures touted by the media mean nothing in particular about corvid deaths, just deaths in general, not nice to contemplate but in a country of sixty million they must be substantial. It means stop worrying about it, it's nothing out of the ordinary.
On Fri 22 May at 8:04am Nevillman wrote:
Welcome back Tom. Bang on form as ever. Sounds like you've found a couple of African presidents who agree with you. God will take care of covid seems to be the main thrust. You seem to then be accusing people who don't agree with them of racism. Please explain more fully if I have misunderstood your first piece. Why should I trust these people?
Your second piece throws doubt on the official death figures from covid and I'm sure many would agree that without proper testing we can't rely on death certificates. It could be higher or lower. A more reliable guide to covid deaths is to look at the total number of deaths from all causes in the UK since march and compare it with the number of deaths you would normally expect to see in that period. It is a fair assumption that the additional deaths were caused by covid. If you can show me that it is no higher than the average number of deaths in the UK for the past 5 years in the same time period or so I will agree with you.
On Fri 22 May at 12:08pm Stephen Watson wrote:
Glad to know TP is alive and well. With regard to "excess deaths", they may be the best measure we have but we should remember that the lockdown will have affected other causes of mortality. In particular the reduction in air pollution worldwide will have saved many thousands of lives, plus there should have been a big reduction in road deaths and industrial accidents. This means that the calculation based on excess deaths may well underestimate the deaths caused directly by coronavirus infection. On the other hand, there may be additional cancer deaths due to people not coming forward for diagnosis, which would have the opposite effect.
On Fri 22 May at 11:39pm Basil wrote:
Good to see you Tom. Sometimes agree with you sometimes not, but I like the way you bang out the posts. This place is becoming tedious.
On Sat 23 May at 12:39pm Tom Pain wrote:
I thought you'd like the, funded by Gates, Guardian article, the smug patronising tone is quite imitated among some forum posters. I love the subtle inference of naÔve credulousness to ,well we can't say it but you know what we mean, certain let's say uneducated types who are victims of primitive superstition.I think that explains everything really.
On Sat 23 May at 1:02pm Tom Pain wrote:
Mentioning the Guardian made me have a quick look at off guardian the website that aims at doing what the Guardian used to do in the days before it became the mouthpiece of globalist ,Nu~labour socialist~lite totalitarianism. Brave new normal part 2 pretty well sums up a lot of how I feel. You'd better not read it though ,who knows Big Brother might be watching.
On Sat 23 May at 1:29pm Nevillman wrote:
I do love it when Tom comes out with lines like 'you know what we mean' when I really can't work out what he's trying to say at all. Haven't got a clue what he is saying in either post but it's usually best to assume you've done or thought something wrong and it looks like he doesn't like the guardian. Social media gold. Keep it coming Tom. This is your thread after all.
On Sat 23 May at 7:57pm Green Sleeves wrote:
I'm enjoying all the Billy Gates stories from the alt-right conspiracy theorists such as Tommy P. You'd think that of all the billionaires out there that you'd feel would most match the cliched villain type, pulling all the global strings etc, would be someone like Jeff Bezos or the erratic Elon Musk. But no, their focus is all on that dorky bloke that invented Windows '95 and the Xbox. The same evil genius that has pledged 90%+ of his wealth to charitable causes. I suppose it makes a reasonable fantasy.
This is the trick, perhaps. Bill Gates lulls us brainwashed-unwoke-folk into thinking he's probably not that sinister, because he does either mostly benign, entertaining things.....or puts billions into ensuring millions don't die of AIDs around the world. Now he has our trust, he can start taking over the world and quietly eradicate us.
On Sat 23 May at 11:11pm Nevillman wrote:
Thank you green. At last I understand what it is about. Couldn't you have explained that Tom?
On Sun 24 May at 11:01am Tom Pain wrote:
No,because it's rubbish and not what I was saying. If Lady Greensleeves could free herself from her crush on far right heroes she might just discover a world out there that isn't just a reflection of her tormented fantasies. Why it means something to you Nev, I can't understand. There's none so blind as those who refuse to see. As I said some time ago, there are many more ways of shutting down free speech than censorship, the best one being that which is being employed here. So I'll leave you in your incestuous snake pit where you can exchange glib platitudes, flickering you forked tongues at each other while I breath some fresh air for a while. I feel better already!
On Sun 24 May at 12:02pm Mark wrote:
Oh... Tom. You're back on top form. Never leave us.
On Sun 24 May at 2:24pm Tom Pain wrote:
I was thinking I preferred your open malevolence to the snide passive~agressive method of the toxic twins; but here you go with all the BBC style suave,condescending,public school smugness of one and a good dose of the unctious hypocrisy of the other that would make Uriah Heep blush. The new normal awaits you with open arms Mark.
On Sun 24 May at 3:04pm Nevillman wrote:
As I've told you before Tom, we all meet up regularly at bill gates place to discuss how best to undermine you. Bill is getting really worried now that you're into him. You do know that yet another way of "shutting down free speech" is to write absolute nonsense that noone can possibly understand don't you.
On Sun 24 May at 5:49pm Mark wrote:
My sensors are telling me to leave this. It's too weird. Why am I Uriah Heep?
On Sun 24 May at 6:22pm Green Sleeves wrote:
Tom Pains writing style is so horribly self-indulgent and hammy. I'm not sure why we encourage him.
On Mon 25 May at 9:02am Tom Pain wrote:
A day in the life. Went down the road and asked old Mrs.G if she needed any shopping. No carried on to Tesco and bought necessary supplies. Nice day,enjoyed the sunshine but wish I could visit friends,and aunt Helen in hospital who can't understand why no one visits her any more. I would hate for her to die alone thinking no one cares.Can't stand this stupid lockdown over a virus that only kills 0.01% of it's victims. Nevilman. Dear old Tom, obviously suffering from dementia. What do you mean by necessary supplies? Please state the actual items and quantity thereof. How can I possibly understand you if you're not more specific. Greensleeves. My feelings exactly Nevil,what he probably means is~ He left his cramped plebian flat in the far right extremist leper colony after looking at conspiracy websites, shouted insults at an l.g.b.t.couple. and made them cry. Bought 3 bottles of cheap vodka and a can of spray paint. Made his drunken way home, spraying anti semitic graffiti on walls and obscene pictures of Greta. Nevilman. Yes that makes much more sense, I can understand that.
On Mon 25 May at 9:19am Green Sleeves wrote:
Drunk morning postings. There are some highlights to lockdown after all.
On Mon 25 May at 3:45pm Nevillman wrote:
Tom. I don't think green does see you like that and I certainly don't. I'm just trying to encourage you to express yourself a little more clearly if you want me to understand what you're saying.
On Mon 25 May at 11:14pm Tom Pain wrote:
No Mark, I was referring to the Tweedle twins. I'm probably wrong but it looks as if you will just sing along with the parrot's chorus whatever the song.
On Wed 27 May at 5:58pm Mark wrote:
This has gone beyond weird. The Tweedle twins? Uriah Heep?
The Parrot's chorus? I think that I'm out of my depth here.