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My mum watches i guess too much 'conspiracy' videos on the internet and gets too caught up. The videos she's watched in Punjabi is saying they're making it out to be catastrophe, and its part a plan by elites and Bill gates is ecstatic this is happening to India to sucker many ppl in vaccination and money. Its not even going to affect 1-2% of population. Also gov used it to end farmers protest

What are your thoughts, I do believe govs media play propaganda and who knows what they playing at. Personally best to keep open mind. Used to get too caught up watching info wars few yrs ago lol. Spins your head. 

o2 machnines make it worse some have experienced. They turn you into 'vegetable state' ....

 

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24 minutes ago, shastarSingh said:

It's very very bad.

I live in Ludhiana.

In Ludhiana, it is bad.

Delhi is even worse.

Many Delhi patients r coming to Ludhiana and jallandhar for treatment which can make things worse in punjab.

Stay safe bro. 

I think the Punjab government needs to get Punjab into lockdown. Otherwise it will spread into Punjab. 

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2 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

My mum watches i guess too much 'conspiracy' videos on the internet and gets too caught up. The videos she's watched in Punjabi is saying they're making it out to be catastrophe, and its part a plan by elites and Bill gates is ecstatic this is happening to India to sucker many ppl in vaccination and money. Its not even going to affect 1-2% of population. Also gov used it to end farmers protest

What are your thoughts, I do believe govs media play propaganda and who knows what they playing at. Personally best to keep open mind. Used to get too caught up watching info wars few yrs ago lol. Spins your head. 

o2 machnines make it worse some have experienced. They turn you into 'vegetable state' ....

 

Going by the videos of the mass cremations in Delhi, dumping dead bodies on the sides of the roads,  and people crying on the streets, It really don't look like a conspiracy.

Indian gov is definitely trying to control the narrative, apparently 2800 people died last night, I think the figures are much higher than that! I wouldn't be surprised if around 50,000 are dying every day.

Blame the government! they had elections in West Bengal today! Government don't care, they want votes and elections.

Also why did the government allow Kumb Mela to take place ? 

No Oxygen, thousands turning up at elections and festivals, what exactly is the government doing? 

I hope Indians realize the tyrant they have voted into power. 

 

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19 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Stay safe bro. 

I think the Punjab government needs to get Punjab into lockdown. Otherwise it will spread into Punjab. 

There is lockdown from 6pm to 5am from mon-fri and 24 hr lockdown on weekend in ludhiana.

We r lucky we r zimindars jatts and financially fine.

People with businesses or daily jobs r going through very tough time and I think there r going to be suicides in the future.

Last year there were many suicides a day in ludhiana due to coronavirus.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/suicides-jump-by-11-during-covid-19-lockdown-in-ludhiana/story-A2jcme8heBlIZgDknO9vRN.html

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3 minutes ago, puzzled said:

 

Also why did the government allow Kumb Mela to take place ? 

No Oxygen, thousands turning up at elections and festivals, what exactly is the government doing? 

I hope Indians realize the tyrant they have voted into power. 

 

Hate to say this , but they banned  Sikhs to got to Nankana Sahib on 100th Anniversary, and they how the media came for our farmers, they were wishing genocide on us. They were gaslighting Sikhs for spreading COVID-19 saying all sorts of ugly headlines...Khalistanis jihadi, Khalistanis spreading covid-19. 

Despite all this Sikhs are still out there doing seva.

Bhakats will always remain Bhakats. If modi told them to eat his #### they will. They're crazy lol

Sad thing for Sikhs is, this will make congress in powerful and give Gandhi's more power. 

We have to chose our own poison. 

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