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  1. Partygate is however useful for showing the normies that the people with the worldwide data on covid in the middle of the 'pandemic' were not at all afraid to sit socialising.
    6 points
  2. A few months prior to the pandemic I did Ayahuasca ceremonies in Peru. I have had to question whether I am still in one of the ceremonies - from time to time. The world is now completely different and so are people. Even myself, I have completely changed too. More onto the point about work ethic. In the west we moved generally speaking from being a productive nation(s), to becoming service industry based. This in itself breed other non productive industries on top like never ending HR departments etc. I think moving from a more physical demanding jobs, to more desk type jobs many of which have little point has something to do with it. I think social media also plays a role, everyone now wants to be a millionaire from doing very little... the erosion of the family, education....think it's a very big topic.
    4 points
  3. I get the impression feeling fucked is par for the course, part of the mind wargame on us as well as myriad other insult not least duration. (outside of personal predicament that is)
    3 points
  4. Some of you more experienced gardeners might know this, but I only learnt it last year and think it's an interesting tip. I bought potted herb plants from the supermarket, basil and mint worked best. Snip a few ends off, and take all leaves off the cutting apart from the ends. Put them in a glass of water for a couple of weeks and they root. You can then pot them up and you have a new plant. Last year i kept them on my window, but this year I made some planters out of old pallets that I'm planning to fill with herbs and lettuces. If you buy a potted chives plant, you can snip the ends off and eat them as normal, split the clump and plant it outside. You can then keep using them when they grow back, and they survive the winter. I think there must be more top tips like this out there, it's just discovering them.
    3 points
  5. I'd also add to the above, that I experienced some of this entitlement culture growing up during the Blair era. Prior it was fairly rare to go to university. You went if you really had to qualify in a certain profession. During the Blair days he sought to increase University participation rates. We saw many technical colleges become universities, many subjects given university status which probably shouldn't - or certain non-productive subjects being promoted just to have a degree. Just from my experience, when I was young I knew a handful of folks who had gone to uni, after I came out of the system it was quite rare not to have gone to university - a big change in a short time. With this comes entitlement. If you go to university and pay the fees you expect a job, even if you studied mongolian media studies! So I think this is where a lot of the entitlement comes from too.
    3 points
  6. what they have done is HIDE the erosion of society So for example they created new sub-roles. Instead of fully trained police officers we have 'community officers'. Instead of fully trained nurses we have 'nursing assistants'. Instead of fully trained teachers we have 'teaching assistants'. Instead of full time soldiers we have more territorial army taking on more roles. I think that in 2008 the bail out of the banks was a massive transfer of public wealth into the private hands of the banks creditors who are basically the GLOBAL INVESTOR class. In the copenhagen summit 181 global investors agreed to direct trilllions of dollars into the green economy. So effectively less than 200 people are controlling the bulk of the worlds wealth and since then they have got artificial intelligence to run more and more of the day to day decisions relating to investment. So all the wealth was handed over to those global investors and this led to the economy receding and western governments then telling the public that they were going to have to make cuts which they called 'austerity'. Austerity has seen the bottom of society crumbling away whilst being propped up in ways to disguise the process. Constant 'quantitative easing' ie currency creation by the central banks since the 2008 crisis has seen the value of currency wiped out There was a scandal a while back over horse and donkey meat from romania being sold in the UK as beef after romania passed laws that prevented people using those animals for transport. That passing off of horse as beef was another way in which they were hiding inflation. So yeah we have seen the economy become top heavy with all the wealth sloshing around the top which is why all these super yachts are being made. Meanwhile everyone at the bottom of society has been struggling and relying more and more on foodbanks
    3 points
  7. . never stop learning or unlearning ;)
    2 points
  8. People are angry, frustrated and pissed off. We try and fix the symptoms....we need to fix the root cause. We won't be able to do anything about the situation we've found ourselves in soon. Some of the dumb fuckers who don't appear to care about anything or anyone are being made to be that way.
    2 points
  9. 'The £15.50 special edition' https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10167744/kelloggs-launches-lgbt-breakfast-cereal-all-together/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kellogg's
    2 points
  10. Lying doctor pushing covid fear, works remotely for a school and not hospital as claimed. https://nypost.com/2022/04/27/nyc-school-pediatrician-faked-being-covid-frontline-doctor-report/
    2 points
  11. He's not the Mayor, he's a very naughty boy.
    2 points
  12. https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/04/30/44k-dead-covid-vaccination-europe/ SHOCKING – 44k Dead and 4.2Million injured due to Covid-19 Vaccination across Europe 40 9/11's
    2 points
  13. I think that there probably are problems with the corporate mass production methods of the meat industry and i would personally prefer a return to the old ways of people raising their own livestock which i think would be more humane. Imagine for example raising pigs that have the run of a field and eat your organic household food scraps and which are then put down by yourself with a quick bullet to the head instead of being rounded up onto a trailer and taken away by strangers to an abatoir where they are kicked around by fed up workers. So i think DECENTRALISED food production would be more humane but this would need a change in regulations to allow people to slaughter their own animals. With all the talk of 'saving the planet' there is also an issue of waste in the food industry which is largely down to the way the supermarkets operate where they want very homogenised food that invariably is picked too early and has lost a lot of its nutritional value in transport and storage. With meat people could once again go back to the old ways of eating more of the animal such as the offal eg I had a nice piece of home made pork crackling last night! This is also more respectful to the animal that has given its life and to wider nature of which we and the animals are a part. So the talking points of the vegan agenda don't tend to focus around these two issues of more ethical animal husbandry or reducing waste. They invariably reflect the elites desired talking points which are all geared towards moving us to a highly regulated and CENTRALISED food production system in which their corporate cultivated bugs, lab grown synthetic 'meat' and pesticide laden plant based crops of badly digestible grains will form the entirety of the global food stuffs, except for the elites of course who will no doubt retain private estates with quality food sources
    2 points
  14. Mate we all know it only goes one way in this situation. Most of the feminist types I have to deal with are obnoxious cows especially when they are in a group of women. Horrible creatures.
    2 points
  15. They way many women dress, even I stare! I think what the hell are you doing walking around like that, have you no dignity?! I recently encountered a receptionist at a children's hospital who's scooped neckline overflowed onto the desk as she leaned over and spoke to a child. Why? why? why? What happened to buttons?
    2 points
  16. Yeah, don't worry about kids, responsible adults should do their best to exploit them at any opportunity. Been wondering what to do with my new granddaughter that will be good for her development.................I may dress her as a Ukraine flag and make her pose for a facebook post.
    2 points
  17. "The results demonstrated that a respirator caused excessive CO2 inhalation by approximately 7× greater per breath compared with normal breathing. Furthermore, heat and mass transfer in the nasal cavity was reduced, which influences the perception of nasal patency. It is suggested that wearers of high-efficiency masks that have minimal porosity and low air exchange for CO2 regulation should consider the amount of time they wear the mask." N95 respirator mask breathing leads to excessive carbon dioxide inhalation and reduced heat transfer in a human nasal cavity https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/5.0061574
    2 points
  18. We need more people like that young person. Has my full respect.
    2 points
  19. I think its been this way for a long while. People are lazy do half a job and all that. If you want an example look at the Ford factory in the 70s they were always striking and doing very little. I heard too many stories from many different jobs over the years and all are the same. People will avoid work if they can. But yes i think todays youth are shocking. I went to get petrol the other day and a young girl was serving while on her phone texting the whole time i was paying, hardly one word. No please or thankyou. Well this is what happens when you let the left take off. God help us normals.
    2 points
  20. Thanks for the headsup on the name change and owner it looks like.... Yeah anyway I thought there had been an acquisitiion.... Just didn't realize it already goes back to September 2016 !! Time Flies !! I guess never used now how this name was Monsanto, but when recalled by human memory fixation on a name, easy to imagine it still pops up, not least for it's GMO gambits and stuff... Like Monsanto has been around a long time hasn't it, yeah it kinda has, so it figures the name would stick a good while longer, even after they formally change what they be known as now= Bayer AG. (essentially another company, but now carrying a weighty bad karma) Yes Sir!!.... Good terminology^^ with drive & motivation AND PRIINCIPLE that we should all exercise more of and extend culpritism by association by way seeing the extent of up it's own rear end big business.... Solution is by being a Green Consumer wherever we possibly can, (irrespective of whether Co2 is considered a thing and I would add by what seems not by many on DI, or indeed A MAJOR THING in the other way of analyzing the climate problem, as I tend to see it and I have not learnt otherwise and don't get that personally why it's not a big deal Co2 ?????????, but ok that's more a basis for another topic).... So nevertheless what we can all do better no matter our sometimes niggling differences in beliefs *between whoever* in regard to the environment or constantly looming other threats of societal breakdown and manipulations, and anyway~~~ what we can all hopefully agree on more is where it is obviously good to see Mac be a disciplined 'purveyor' (I guess fits as a word) as per your DEEP CHOICES "INCISION" (= ie, have all be cutting the ice better by collating and presenting information better~ made clear & digestible by all FOR ALL on a matter where else THAT instead can be DI chaos of information a lot of the time) .... Once there, more able in the ways we should all be thinking LIKE DEEPER,,,,,, it is of course good to advocate not getting slouchy with consumerism by anyone, and once again you Mac are as staunch as ever in advocating like me I think in saying to NEVER BE just a consumer for the sake of being a consumer, stuffing money into the wrong pockets etc- Let's give this a bit of a workout the consumer actions of our OWN MAKING, and here AKA in this instance some insight as the backdrop as to why corporations like this suck and don't mind selling out after they've made their money by dirty gain like selling toxins as though they are just another glamour product, well the cosmetic industry that's another story and likely just as bad ~for the planet, and on that note I would also like to recommend WE ALL HEARTILY ABSTAIN FROM USING PALM OIL PLEASE EVERYONE, VERY IMPORTANT THAT, so dooooo try NOT to use PALM OIL, like at all where humanly possible !!!!.... (a BIG thing worthy of its own topic).... so enough said here, and moving on and as we saw this merger / moreover "sell off" I guess took place where be Monsanto~ as long as they got their extra $4 billion added dollars onto $62 billion, then its a deal for Bayer too since that was what Monsanto pushed for in order for a GREEDIER THAN GREEDY sale price and got it... For more on that main note take a look at the acquisition on Wiki... Posting here for convenience ---> Acquisition Deal of Bayer AG 'hoovering up' Monsanto (but also acquiring Monsanto's bad reputation, haha!) ¶¶ In May 2016, Bayer offered to buy U.S. seeds company Monsanto for $62 billion.[120] Shortly after Bayer's offer, Monsanto rejected the acquisition bid, seeking a higher price.[121] In September 2016, Monsanto agreed to a $66 billion offer by Bayer.[122] In order to receive regulatory approval, Bayer agreed to divest a significant amount of its current agricultural assets to BASF in a series of deals.[123][124][125][126] On 21 March 2018 the deal was approved by the European Union,[127][128] and it was approved in the United States on 20 May 2018.[129] The sale closed on 7 June 2018.[130] The Monsanto brand was discontinued; its products will be marketed under the Bayer name.[131] On 16 September 2019, under the approval of National Company Law Tribunal, Bayer completed the merger of Monsanto India.[132] Bayer's Monsanto acquisition is the biggest acquisition by a German company to date.[133] However, owing to ongoing litigation concerning the herbicide Roundup, produced by Monsanto, the deal is considered one of the worst corporate deals ever agreed, owing to the massive financial and reputational blows it has caused Bayer.[133][134][135] ¶¶ PS== Excuse the excursion onto climate change et all (as per whatever the OP's wants maybe), but one like me can hardly omit such when being an environmentalist, let alone being a mentalist in general, hehe.
    2 points
  21. I am impressed, your 9-year old son cooks pancakes?
    2 points
  22. The great mysteries of life are quite elusive. We do not have the "hard facts" needed to feel sure that our theories about the mysteries are true. Sometimes we feel sure, but convincing others is not so easy. Alas, they want "facts," and we cannot produce them. Well, times are changing. This is the start of a series of articles that will present many "facts" concerning some major mysteries of our world. These "facts" will show evidence that - The ancient sites around the world are very precisely positioned on a global coordinate system in relation to the position of the Great Pyramid at Giza. The positions of the sites are given in the geometry of their construction. A very ancient system of numbers was used in the system, which we will call "Gematria." "Gematrian" numbers are found in ancient myths and religions, including the Bible. Gematrian numbers were used in systems of weights and measures by ancient peoples, including the Greeks, the Egyptians, the Persians, the Babylonians and the Romans. The ancient Mayans used Gematrian numbers in their very accurate timekeeping. The Code system uses mathematical constants, such as pi and the radian. The system also uses conventions that are still in use, such as the 360 degree circle, 60 minute degree, 60 second minute, the base-ten numbering system, the 12-inch foot, and the 5280-foot mile. The Nazca Line ground markings "locate themselves" on The Code Matrix system. Crop circle formations suggest the same ancient numbers by way of their positions and measurements. The very ancient "Monuments on Mars," including "The Face on Mars," were positioned in exact locations, just as the ancient sites on Earth.
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  24. I think you're bang on. You hear many stories like you mentioned, and underneath it all i bet you find they lived pretty decent lives without major karmic upsets. I'm fucked, personally, i don't care. I'll go down fighting though because it's basically a VR training exercise at this point. Or Maya, as the Buddhists call it. And i have not much left to lose.
    1 point
  25. I've got more chance of banging Salma Hayek.....
    1 point
  26. https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2022/04/29/paris-suspends-electric-bus-fleet-after-fires/ Paris suspends electric bus fleet after fires
    1 point
  27. I'll bet that's the tip of the iceberg. So many con-artists masquerading as doctors these days. You can't trust a single one of them.
    1 point
  28. I haven't used the underground for donkey's years but in the old days, it was a good place to meet the opposite sex. I've struck up many a conversation with a pretty woman travelling from Uxbridge to Green Park. But that was many years ago when London was a different world and maggots like Khan were not in power.
    1 point
  29. That UK 'here we grow' channel or it's new name simplify gardening is excellent for UK growing. Tony O 'Neill top guy imo.
    1 point
  30. @JCP - biolabs related? I bet the general public know more about the Depp trial than they do the Ghislaine trial and larger picture of Epstein and his island. uuurgh!
    1 point
  31. BBC podcast, as you would expect Death by Conspiracy? https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0014yxy
    1 point
  32. For the last 100 years, everybody who has made serious strides to fix the system, locally or globally, has been callously assassinated, imprisoned, smeared, accused, spied on, exiled, disappeared or financially and reputationally ruined. Many developing countries haven't developed an inch in the last decades because their best and smartest - politicians, journalists, intellectuals, entrepreneurs, scientists, innovators -were killed one by one by WETWORKS TEAMS belonging to certain world powers. The PTB have always supplied copious amounts of weapons, money, equipment and intelligence to the WORST ELEMENTS in these countries. And this eventually caused Capitalism in the West to become a perverted shadow of its former self. Western corporations could simply sit on their asses, play with their dicks and still make Billions in profit yearly because there is ZERO serious competition from the 100+ countries that make up 'the rest'. They started using frontmen like Gates, Jobs, Musk and Bezos to let everyone think 'Everything is fine. The Champion Stewards of Industry are moving things forward.' The real goal always was to STAND STILL OR MOVE BACKWARD AS NEEDED.
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  33. Animals that are reared for food production have a 'purpose'. People that 'care passionately' about animals fail to see this. If there is no need to breed, rear and care for animals such as sheep, cattle or chickens, in order to produce food, then there is no real need for these animals to exist. If these creatures have no 'purpose', then it becomes a waste of resources to provide for and care for them. Therefore if there is a push to make all humans 'vegan', by making all meat products 'plant-based', then all the animals reared for meat production just become 'useless eaters' themselves, and end up becoming culled and extinct. The animal rights activists don't seem to have cottoned on to this aspect yet.
    1 point
  34. A little amusement.... Coming out of the Covid closet...
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  35. Happy Birthday David! Thanks for all you do for the world xxx
    1 point
  36. I think I have a similar thought process to you @Beaujangles. When first coming across alternative channels several years back, I was very wide open. But I have certainly become more discerning as I have (hopefully) become more seasoned. Nowadays I start out from a standpoint of scepticism - not just of mainstream reports, but of any so-called news circulating within the alt media too. I avoid jumping on any bandwagons and take any "bombshell" reports and other clickbait with caution. I try and then undertake a fact check whilst using my "introverted intuition" to also feel if something checks out. It is a balancing act between the left and right brain, thinking and feeling and intuition and facts. A balanced approach, I think, is to learn to hold an idea in one's mind without accepting it. From there, you can explore the concept without being committed and engaging any ego investment. An acceptance of not being infallible is needed. In some ways it seems that the more you learn, the more you realise you have to learn and how little you really know. Nobody will ever get everything right - we need to also make mistakes along the way and realise when we have been wrong in order to hone, more keenly, our ability to research and discern.
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  37. Ever get that déjà vu feeling? The Daily Star headline reads; "Disorder! Disorder!" - and calls the Tory sleaze and sexism row the "shame of Britain". Those of you who remember Tony Blair’s election in 1997 will know it was preceded by endless lurid headlines of Tory sleaze. The Conservative government was a cess-pit of corruption and sexual deviancy, including the infamous Westminster paedophile ring. Headlines like the death of Stephen Milligan MP, wearing a pair of tights with a bin-liner over his head and an orange segment in his mouth. This was said to be a ‘sex game’ gone wrong, but in fact he was murdered by MI5 because he had discovered illegal arms deals to Iraq. However, there was also the mysterious top Cabinet member, who could not be named, accused of the sexual abuse of children. We all knew it was Leon Britten, later named by Tom Watson under Parliamentary privilege and then exonerated, by the MET. The press had a field day selecting seedy stories to tarnish the Tories image. The electorate was already sick of 17 years of Thatcher. Cue Tony Blair’s New Labour (after getting rid of John Smith) the great hope for honest politics and change. How did that go? Today, we have Keir Starmer, a Knight in shining armour, poised to save us from the insufferable Conservative sleaze, again…
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  38. You've got your "simplest and most plausible" and "wild and outlandish" the wrong way around. The suggestion that people in a small room spread disease is actually not plausible at all as it defies all rigorous scientific experimentation that has been carried out historically. Research shows that coughs and sneezes do NOT spread diseases whatsoever! On the other hand research DOES show that millimetre microwave radiation kills red blood cells and curtails oxygen usage in living organisms, and is hence a likely cause of the "happy hypoxia" which led to many being killed with ventilators (the worst possible treatment due to oxygen being particularly toxic to the victims). There is no experimental evidence showing that a virus is able to cause that (or any other disease for that matter!). More likely to be pesticide poisoning, I'd say, from vehicle exhausts where the fuel had been tainted with the stuff. I had a similar thing (cold chills, hot sweats, no taste or smell). 5G kills red blood cells, thereby inducing hypoxia, hence the victim ends up gasping for breath from the slightest exertion. Both can cause hypoxia too but by different mechanisms (see my previous post). Viruses can not be observed, actually. Exosomes can be observed. The word virus means poison, and so is only appropriate for something that has been proven to cause disease. This is not the case with any so-called virus. Many virologists have certainly fooled themselves into thinking they have proven that though, because all virus samples contain toxins, due to toxins being integral to virus cultivation (or rather exosome production), so will be able to cause cytopathic effects, but not the specific disease they are claimed to cause. Actually, it's more like saying there was never a chemical attack in Syria, which was actually the case — mainstream media showed footage of a simulated chemical attack filmed in Turkey and implied that it was footage of a real attack in Syria (whistle-blowing reporters confirmed this). The supposed tobacco mosaic virus was crystalline in nature, but that's not the case for most of the things that are labelled virus. They are generally exosomes, which are messages that cells send to each other, especially when under toxic stress. They are a symptom of disease, not its cause. And they don't replicate by themselves (or force cells to replicate them against their will!). Cells willfully send these messages for their own (and the organism's) benefit, i.e. to warn of a toxic threat or request help (perhaps from bacteria which may be able to consume the toxins). No alleged virus has been isolated and shown to be a cause of disease.
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  39. Why the hell do you keep going on about gender in all your posts with all the x's and y's if I didn't know better I would of thought you were going on about non Chinese clothing sizes
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  40. Oh yeah, theres no straight people anymore, the most annoying being straight who magically turn gay for no real reason. I mean! Seriously. Who do you know that ever happened to- ever? Frankly, Ive never paid to watch TV or movies, plenty of free ways to see it. The blood stuff is to make it seem normal to the asleep. The more they pump it out as normal, the more its embedded. Before the jabs, how many sports people died of blood or heart stuff.....errrmm, think of any? They are prepping people to accept no need for the male sperm, and eventually mothers, because they can already create the birth outside of the womb.Of course, it is often said there is no stronger love bond than child and parent. .... Cant hink why theyd want to kill that of eh? ;-)
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  41. brother in law achieved highest soldier ranking in British Army. He predicted that within first 24 hours Kiev would fall. Basically because of the enormous Russian fire power. He said to me later that in his opinion Ukraine hasn't fallen because its not meant to.
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