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  1. I admit I have not followed the trial, as being in Australia I am not sure how much has even been covered, so I may have missed crucial things or not be as clued up as some of you are. But, like many it seems, something stinks about this case. I even came across people on Reddit who were sceptical as I was searching for anything on the Letby case, and if people on Reddit are sceptical, then that is quite alarming from my limited experience (3rd party) of Reddit users in general. Why does it appear that the defence were so incompetent and failing to rebut the prosecution arguments? The least you would expect from a competent defence is to draw into question the validity of the prosecution arguments, that is if you cannot totally disprove them. And there appears to be many possible arguments to at least put in the jury's minds the doubts over the 'evidence'. The other 'smoking gun' as you allude to, is things like the Daily Mail comments as you suggest and was suggested earlier. Why would the 'media' be so averse to the 'truth' about this case. Why are they deliberately steering the narrative and censoring comments to sway the public? The video I posted earlier where the experienced barrister was being interviewed was revealing too; both presenters appeared flustered and incredulous that someone was questioning the verdict, let alone an expert in the field. So on top of a dodgy trial, the media also happen to be steering the narrative, that adds weight to this stinking to high heaven. It could be mate, a way to cover up the NHS failings. But, are they not trying to totally destroy the NHS anyway? I am not sure what to think here; perhaps time will tell on where this is heading. I notice a lot of the search results coming up for 'is Lucy Letby innocent', have mainstream headlines such as 'internet sleuths trying to prove Letby is innocent', and 'true crime obsessives are convinced Letby is innocent'. I do wonder if this is some sort of 'unconscious programming'; we don't know how far we are into the COVID scam, we could be 1/2 way, or a 10th of the way through the whole agenda. Perhaps this is some unconscious imprint on the masses that medical malpractice and rogues are always being investigated. Over the last week I have seen two products being highlighted as unsafe or being more restricted (Bonjella being one here in Australia) and I cannot help thinking this is yet another attempt to 'plant' the idea of there being a 'protective agency' looking out for people. Right at the time that ne of the biggest depopulation agendas is taking place. I suppose it could be many things. But certainly, the rule of law in this case appears to be another erosion of the 'system' that many believe affords some protection. It might be a 'nod' to the fact that they can basically pin anything on anyone. So many possibilities and I hope for Letby's sake, that an appeal is applied for and she gets much better representation this time. Even if she is indeed guilty, she deserves decent legal representation, which she certainly appears not to have received here.
    4 points
  2. Great post! It is strange if true that the defence cannot call in their own experts, very strange indeed. In this particular case, the prosecutions main 'expert' was appointed by the Police after 'whoring' himself to them. How can that be classed as an impartial expert? When you look at the calibre of some of those already raising serious questions and listen to some of those concerns, you can see clearly how badly defended Letby was in this case. A top statistician would have been able to tear holes in a lot of the hypotheses presented as facts and evidence. Given that a lot of the prosecution case was based on numbers, why did the defence not put forward a decent argument outlining the confirmation bias used to draw these numbers used by the prosecution? Even with the restrictions that others have cited regarding the way experts are called in UK trials; it still doesn't explain how or why the defence did not tear the 'expert' to bits. If experts can highlight so quickly serious flaws that should have been targeted by the defence, then why didn't the 'defence' team do at least some of that? This is looking like the whole trial was already a foregone conclusion; a guilty verdict was inevitable it seems. It would be interesting to hear from a top defence barrister on what they think of the representation Letby received. If Letby is a 'patsy', then what is the wider agenda here?, a simple cover-up, new laws or solutions coming in, or is there another agenda here?
    4 points
  3. Before I forget to add this; it occurred to me that before Convid things were moving towards almost getting rid of trial by jury, and then during Convid it looked like that aim was one step closer? Regarding the trial of Lucy Letby something felt off for a lot of us. That gut feeling, especially after a whiff of the media coverage. Lucy not appearing for sentencing dominated the news headlines and the conversations on radio chat shows, which felt like a deliberate distraction. The basis for an appeal getting immediate attention in the Mail makes we wonder if this is leading to a pre planned problem, reaction, solution ... but what the goal might be I don't know yet.
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  4. Yeah Reddit is best avoided, I only use if it comes up in search results, although it does have some good stories on things like Glitches in the Matrix stuff. Too true, most are easily swayed and adopt the passive position of 'well there must be truth to it, if she has been found guilty, or no smoke without fire', which a lot of us know is untrue. I cannot help wondering if things likes these stories are a way for the 'cabal' to 'check the pulse' so to speak of the population? The internet is now such a powerful tool to check just how many are 'awake' and how many 'are asleep'. Could stories like these be 'barometers' perhaps? The optimist in me also wonders if 'events' like these are ways that those 'tuned in' can hone their intuitive abilities, in a just World without 'evil and deceit' intuition would perhaps not be a skill much needed, but in this 'realm' with the 'rules of the game', it is a core skill for those of us tuned in. Hopefully that part is not derailing the thread. It is interesting because after reading your post, I looked up Mark McDonald the barrister in the interview I posted and he comes with a good pedigree in law and both defence and prosecution. More than that he seems a decent humanitarian so no wonder the two presenters didn't seem to appreciate his stance; https://furnivalchambers.co.uk/barrister/mark-mcdonald/ You also make a great point about the 'make-up' of juries. You only need one narcissist or 'plant' to derail the whole thing really. Probably still the fairest way to have a trial but still possibly flawed.
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  5. 160 people arrested on arson charges for Greek wildfires for which the media previously said climate change was to blame Women System August 28, 2023 Greek officials arrested 160 people on arson charges for the wildfires that ravaged Greece this summer. Previously, the media almost exclusively blamed the Greek wildfires on climate change. Wildfires have scorched Greece this summer. In the past week, at least 21 people – including two children – lost their lives in connection with the wildfires. Fire department spokesman Ioannis Artopios said 60 firefighters had been injured attempting to extinguish the blaze as of Thursday. Firefighters battled 99 separate wildfires across the country on Wednesday. The wildfires have forced numerous evacuations during the summer months, including the main hospital of Alexandroupolis in northeast Greece. The European Union's Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarcic said that more than 180,400 acres burned in the port city of Alexandroupolis – making it the largest wildfire ever recorded among European Union countries, according to CNN. Government spokesperson Pavlos Marinakis said that 160 people had been arrested across the country on arson charges, 42 of them accused of intentional arson and the remainder accused of setting fires through neglect, according to the New York Times. Marinakis declared, "The culprits will face justice." http://www.womensystems.com/2023/08/160-people-arrested-on-arson-charges.html
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  6. It's hard to get an actual running order of witnesses for the trial for example, it may be possible going through reddit or some kind of forum for someone who went and tracked what was going on each day? I've never used reddit. But the public obviously only get snippets which suit the press agenda. So it's likely that any points that helped her during the trial are simply not reported. I don't know the rules on reporting during a trial, they seem to do it a lot but you would think its not going to help the jury potentially seeing headlines of someone else's opinion or interpretation. So that's another unfair element of the case perhaps. Most of the public aren't the brightest (as we know) and are easily persuaded and influenced. Such as an undecided split jury turning unto a unanimous jury a day or 2 later. They deliberated for hours ( understandably to an extent) I bet some of them now are having doubts. Wonder if there was a copper on the jury as well as they always dominate everyone into the accused being guilty. The barrister interview above is really good @BornFreeNowAgain It seems like some kind of cover up, protecting of NHS management. Who knows. I agree it certainly shows how it's not that hard to set someone up like this.
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  7. Yeah I can't see any reason as to why they couldn't instruct an appropriate expert in the same (alleged) "field" as Dewi Evans. Therefore they have chosen not to? A barrister would normally advise the solicitor to instruct a certain type of expert if they haven't already. However, If they have sourced an expert who has produced a report which isn't helpful, or agrees with the prosecution in some ways then I understand they would maybe not rely on it. But given what the science on trial have said on their website, I don't see how they haven't found an appropriate expert. Even an expert looking at the wider statistics of death on the unit (where she wasn't present or after she left) would put more context on the situation. And if the coroner found that all deaths were natural causes you would just call that coroner at the very least? Strange that the daily mail story above doesn't allow any further comments as well... Yeah it would be good to get a barrister or KC's opinion on how the case was handled from a defence perspective. I also don't know if they published whether it was majority or unanimous decision in the end after the judge allowed a majority verdict, bearing in mind it was only 11 not 12 of them left as well. Agenda wise, is it designed to protect the NHS so that people blame her as a rogue nurse rather than institutionalised corruption and negligence in the whole baby / maternal services in the UK?
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  8. An Old Man in a Chair AKA Dr Vernon Coleman is still at it but now on BitChute.. Latest upload - 10 greatest lies https://www.bitchute.com/video/7WIJN9VCrgRK/
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  9. Suspected as the cause of many strange fires over the years. Now we have Maui in Hawaii. Direct Energy Weapons..? How long will this video remain on YouTube..?
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  10. I experience a lot of folks on the spiritual path who have been practising for years, but never experience ever lasting peace and operate from ego. Key word being practice Problem I have noticed for many seekers is that they seek out a guru. Listen to what they say, then try and interpret and practice via mind. This will keep you trapped in mind. Being in mind is humanity s first addiction. Mind cannot tell you anything about yourself. Yourself is the witness of the experience of mind not vis a versa. True understanding is not by mind. It is by knowing. Even though knowing is our primary experience, we confuse our self with the lure of mind. Just knowingly, continually practise being in knowing (experience prior to mind arising) and you will see a shift towards peace Look beyond mind to find peace
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  11. So by her logic she should also oppose mass immigration from poor countries to rich ones, as it increases their carbon use, but I can't see that she does. It's a contradiction that runs through the whole climate change / overconsumption agenda.
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  12. A rainbow-flag-waving, NHS pot-banging type. Odds on being jabbed? Very high. "Short illness". Yeah, jabbed.
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  13. Why doesn't he just get a vaccine and the COVID would disappear?
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  15. World Economic Forum: Depopulation Is ‘Good for the Planet’ Hunter Fielding August 29, 2023 A high-ranking official with the World Economic Forum (WEF) has argued that depopulating carbon-producing human beings from Earth is “good for the planet.” The argument was made by Professor Sarah Harper, one of the globalist organization’s key advisers who is credited as an architect of the WEF’s anti-humanity green agenda. Harper is also the founder and director of the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing and “Britain’s top demographics expert,” to quote The Telegraph. However, The Telegraph conveniently fails to mention that Harper also serves on the Global Agenda Council on Ageing Societies of the World Economic Forum, which centers around eugenics and genocide. In speaking about the precipitous decline in the number of new births across Great Britain these days, Harper pretty much celebrated this as a great thing that will help to stop global warming and climate change. The latest data from Great Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), by the way, shows that in 2022, there were just 605,479 live births across both England and Wales. This is the lowest number since 2002, we are told. Harper frequently speaks her nonsense at various “literary and scientific festivals,” including at WEF gatherings, TED talks, and other such globalist gatherings. The Telegraph is more than likely well aware of the fact that any association with the WEF these days is not exactly seen as a good thing by the general population. The eat bugs, be poor, and be happy globalist body is hardly popular among regular folks, after all. “I think it’s a good thing that the high-income, high-consuming countries of the world are reducing the number of children that they’re having,” Harper said about the alarming decline in birth rates seen around the world in the past 3 years. “I’m quite positive about that.” Harper went on to state that declining fertility in wealthier nations is a really good thing because it will help to address the “general overconsumption that we have at the moment.” https://newsaddicts.com/wef-official-depopulation-good-planet/?utm_source=mailpoet
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  16. https://vidmax.com/video/222623-beta-cucks-in-vancouver-protesting-for-the-return-of-masking-attack-a-counter-protester Protesters in Vancouver, Canada demanding a return to mandatory masks attacked a man after being triggered by his sign. They dragged him to the ground and stole his pro-freedom sign. COVID tyranny will come back with ease as long as these people lube the skids for it.
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  17. So technically if I can make myself a nice blue bodysuit I'm good to go. I'm on it, photo to follow!!!
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  18. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/aug/26/two-men-accused-of-lighting-wildfires-in-greece-are-arrested https://www.nytimes.com/2023/08/25/world/europe/greece-wildfire-arson.html I wonder if any of Hawaii was also arson? Not discounting the existence of DEWs.
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  19. https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-08-28-black-curtains-go-up-in-lahaina.html
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  20. Seriously, who the **** works this stuff out!?
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  21. USA WHITE GENOCIDE HAS ALREADY HAPPENED https://www.bitchute.com/video/EMrakKwbvO6F/
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  22. careful daily mail else you might be accused of 'medical misinformation' or of being 'anti-semites' for suggesting that big pharma influences doctors with money: The legal loophole that means doctors don't have to declare if 'independent' research is actually funded by a drugs giant By Special Report By John Naish Updated: 17:43 EDT, 28 August 2023 When you take a powerful medicine, or have a medical device implanted in your body, you want to be sure its safety and effectiveness credentials are backed up by independent studies. That is, free from medical companies' efforts to oversell the benefits or, worse, cover up the fact that their products may be useless or even potentially harmful. Yet numerous studies show commercial money significantly influences researchers to sway clinical trial results in favour of the drug or device they are testing. For example, one study found antidepressants were better than talking therapy when a drug company funded the research; while another found that doctors who received a free meal from a drug company were more likely to prescribe more of the company's drugs. In the U.S., the Physician Payments Sunshine Act — passed into law in 2010 — requires all medical companies to disclose payments made to researchers and healthcare professionals, so they can be scrutinised by independent experts. Here, no such law exists. Instead, it is at the discretion of the researcher or company to disclose any fees, sponsorship, expenses or other forms of financial backing. Very often, evidence shows, they choose to keep this information secret. The Government has repeatedly promised that financial openness legislation would be put in place this year, following scandals such as vaginal mesh implants — which left tens of thousands of women physically and mentally damaged. The net-like surgical mesh came into routine use in the UK in the late 1990s, mainly as a support for the bladder in women with severe urinary incontinence. But after it emerged that many thousands of women had been left with crippling pain, sexual dysfunction and injury from the implants, ministers announced a 'pause' on their use in 2018 (though investigations by Good Health show NHS surgeons are still implanting them in 'special circumstances'). A subsequent investigation, First Do No Harm, by Baroness Cumberlege in 2020 recommended Britain get its own Sunshine Act, so everyone can see details of direct payments and payments in kind (such as fees for research and attending conferences) that medical companies make to researchers, doctors, teaching hospitals and research institutions. The call reflected ongoing concerns about undisclosed financial conflicts of interest in mesh research. Dr Ulf Ulmsten, a gynaecologist in Sweden, pioneered mesh use in women with stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in the late 1990s at Uppsala University Hospital, with impressive results. Ethicon, a subsidiary of global medical giant Johnson & Johnson, then agreed a deal in 1997 with Ulmsten's company to market the mesh, but secretly agreed to make additional payments — totalling $1 million (£795,000) — if the doctor could repeat the promising results in larger trials. In the world of research, this can be regarded as effectively an incentive, even subconsciously, to make results look positive. According to U.S. court evidence in 2017, Ethicon did not disclose the conflict of interest in this arrangement to doctors. Few would argue against the UK needing the same U.S.-style legislation, but campaigners fear that ministers are deliberately fudging the issue so we may never get a useable system. In January, the Commons Health and Social Care Committee said it had been told by William Vineall, director of NHS Quality, Safety and Investigations at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), that he expected local pilot schemes to implement Sunshine Act-type openness would 'run during 2023'. Women's Health Minister Maria Caulfield also promised implementation of the new system this year.But Health Minister Will Quince has since admitted there's no date set for the necessary regulations to be put before Parliament. A DHSC spokesman said: 'The details of the consultation are being finalised, so I don't have information to share at the moment.' Susan Bewley, an emeritus professor of obstetrics and women's health at King's College London, who is a trustee of HealthSense, a charity that promotes evidence in healthcare, is also concerned. 'There is clear evidence that payments from the pharma and medical device industries influence health professionals. Patients need to know their treatment is based on best evidence, and not on who is paying their doctor,' she says. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-12453979/The-legal-loophole-means-doctors-dont-declare-independent-research-actually-funded-drugs-giant.html
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  23. https://nypost.com/2023/08/28/worm-found-living-in-womans-brain-in-worlds-first-case/ Definitely not covid vaccine worm. Just from eating snake eggs.
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  24. Well we’ll see in a few more years just how many people are left after the endless rounds of mRNA contamination and other exotic genetic changes being inserted into the human genome. Its one massive breeding programme, whose dna will accept these unnatural changes and mutate onto the future model of human they want in the world? I know what your saying about people asking for help. It’s the same for gifts or being nice. People will not accept gifts or free offerings, they think it’s weakness. Also if I’m nice to people, neighbours, associates etc they see it as weakness and try to take advantage or take the piss. You have to be cold and hard to survive these days. It’s shit and isn’t me, but the alternative is to be trodden on by total c**ts. It’s not even worth talking to anyone anymore, they’re just bourgeois zombies waiting to create controversy. Fuck em
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  25. They could of course use the counter-argument of the high percentage of vaccine uptake.... 'nearly everyone has had it'. But that means admitting that the vax is utterly ineffective and unnecessary, the pharmaceutical equivalent of using elephant repellent spray an English garden. So dangerous and/or ineffective must be the final verdict on the vax, as I thought would be the case from day one of its introduction.
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  26. ,https://kirschsubstack.com/p/breaking-early-onset-dementia-is COVID vaccines are causing a large number of dementia cases to happen in elderly care facilities. This may be happening about 25X more often than pre=vaccine. A VAERS search shows that COVID vaccine is causing dementia reports to be filed in people as young as 18 years old. No other vaccine in the 33 history of VAERS is doing anything close to this kind of damage.
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  27. Reminds of the staged war-zone scenes in Ukraine at the start of the "war". Building completely intact, but with vehicles like this all around.
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  28. Dr Vernon Coleman is still at it but now on BitChute.. Latest upload - 10 greatest lies https://www.bitchute.com/video/7WIJN9VCrgRK/
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  29. In other words, you're over 20 times more likely to be a covid (aka seasonal flu) death if you are vaccinated ?? Makes complete sense, of course.
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  30. Yep, there used to be a ton of freebies in iraq with sadam, in saudi there is no tax of any nature as they make so much from tourism, but over here in the west the greedy evil little turds that rule over us can't get enough of the folding green stuff, they just want more and more. Dunno that, or maybe they just like torturing us, either one of the two anyway - Roll up, roll up, roll up your sleeves and get your satan juice
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  31. Not news to us, but recent stats.
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  32. I knew Slobodan was OK after he was denounced by globalist turds like Bliar. Ditto Gaddafi, with free housing and electricity when he ruled Libya. Not much free housing in Britain, plenty of homeless though, who can expect not a house but a jab in the arm with 'miracle vax'. No taxes in North Korea either, while we get income tax, road tax, council tax, value added tax, inheritance tax etcetera ad nauseum. It's all 180 degrees, as Fergus Greenwood says. Therefore we shouldn't be too surprised by the real effects of 'miraculous, life saving' vaccines. I blame the education system which prioritises conformity, herd-like behaviour and submission to authority while at the same time discouraging critical thinking.
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  33. They want to destroy the white people, that is obvious. And Europe is the center of white people. They want it on it's knees, kissing the feet or black/brown people. And lgbt degenerates of course. I have my thoughts on why that is so, but I can't say I know why are they doing it. To be honest, those "people" don't belong to those categories, they are not socialist, or communist, or democrats, or capitalist etc. Those are just their masks. In reality, they are a soulless beings, traitors of humankind, bringers of doom to us all. Fuck them!
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  34. Interesting if true, but are there any sources corroborating the headline’s claim?
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  36. I just stumbled across this old thread. The film is finished and is now available. I've posted James Corbett's interview with Larken and Amanda Rose about the film on the Corbett thread, but I guess this is the proper place. Hidden slavery and the deceptive 2 party political system wrapped up in a historical story of a Plantation. The best £10 I've spent in quite a while. "We all live on the Jones Plantation" https://jonesplantationfilm.com/
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  37. Ahh... So it's YOU that has been flattening the Curve..!!!
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  38. Near me in my local area I have noticed a huge spike in random car accidents involving all ages. People randomly riding in to trees with no explanation etc.
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  39. Blah blah blah. Pen pushers will pen push. We foot the bill. People were relentlessly scared into compliance under duress, duped into having stuff injected into their systems that is already killing them off, kids were traumatised for life and forced to stay home and have disgusting facemasks over their mouths, and to have everyone else wearing them too. They've sown the seeds of god knows how much trauma-based mental disorders and dysfunction. And all for...... A great big, stinking lie. But nevermind, let's stock up on that whitewash.
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  40. https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/andrew-tate-coerced-women-sex-work-leaked-texts-1234794138/ Right? Are they seriously trying to gaslight people into believing that this dude is right-wing? The internet is becoming pretty insufferable because of the new left and new right. All it takes is being against radical feminists and LGBT and you're apparently right-wing these days. "Another thing that he said, and is very important, is that we need to destroy the West, both with the Left and with the Right." I think we're seeing that at the moment. There is hardly any difference between the likes of Keith Woods and Haz. NazBol ideology has infected both sides of the political spectrum, and now we have supposed right-wingers praising the red bloc nations.
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  41. Not always sure if delingpole is half jesting to be fair I've listen to all 3. Probably as enigmatic and others said controlled op. If Tate was joking in his whole arrogance I could see the reason why people would find him kind of funny. Never did much for me always called him out for being a weirdo. As superneil said, he is a scared rabbit. Someone (if it's not all just an act) who acts like that in there 30s or even mid 20s reeks to me of insecurity. As apes we look at status and that's all well and good, but there's more to life than hedonistic materialistic nonsense as well. What's frightening is young men look up to people like this and see it as masculine and a way to behave. Most "real" men I know are always quite reserved, most of them quite modest as well. A bit like when will smith slapped Chris rock, yeah will smith would flattern me but he showed himself up to be a little boy in short trousers there. It's mixed up with this hyper American style status money "what do you do for a living" thing they seem hell bent on pushing on the masses. On the other side of the scale you have the old working class English a minority that seem to despise people that have made it. Perhaps this Tate thing will be used to push the online harms nonsense.
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  42. He says he was offered $50M to stay quiet. BOLLOCKS !!! BY WHO ? WHEN ? PROOF ? He gives no corroborating evidence of this. - He’s talking shite. He’s Controlled Opposition. He constantly shows off his fast cars and fancy houses. - He worships materialism. - Don’t be fooled or impressed by his sparkly trinkets and baubles. - They mean NOTHING in the grand scheme. He Sold His Soul lifetimes ago. I can see the FEAR in his eyes. I can smell his fear from where I’m sat and it’s disgustingly nauseating. He’s a DICKLESS scared rabbit.
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  43. I don't know about anyone else, and this just might be my own slanted perception, but, a few months ago, I reread The Biggest Secret. The intro really struck a chord with me, more so than usual. To remind anyone reading this, there was an option, a choice laid out. We can either open the doors of our minds, and escape the prison we are expected to remain in, or allow ourselves to be enslaved. Years ago, I believed we would not, as a whole, allow ourselves to become cattle. Now I look at the world and I see nothing but. I know sheep/ cattle/ herd are derogatory terms, but they do fit, sadly. I personally do not know a single person anymore with the ability to think in a critical way. My own friends and family are hooked on social media, soap operas, reality tv etc and do not care what happens in the world. My sister said it perfectly, 'if it doesn't effect me, why should I care?' And that seems to be the attitude of many. Empathy died. Materialism and greed, ego and vanity thrive instead. The only thing that rattles my friends is not getting enough followers. For me, and I'm sure I'm not alone in this, it feels like Invasion of the body Snatches. No one notices or cares about what's happening anywhere, except ppl on this forum. No one can think for themselves and nobody questions a single thing they're told. I'm not saying everyone should think like me ( god forbid) but these ppl used to care. They all seem fully indoctrinated and looking forward to getting microchipped. In their words ' life will be easier.' I tried last night to mention the new film, the sound of freedom, at work. There were multiple people that all agreed child trafficking couldn't possibly be true because it would be on the news. These are the words of other psychiatric nurses that seriously should know better. Eyes wide shut. I've become an outsider, the weird one. I don't care about that part though. Anyone else utterly baffled by everyone around them? I've also noticed attention spans really dropping too, especially at work. Saying that, that might just be ppl zoning out whenever I speak The stupid hivemind of Twitter has become the real world, believe as you're told, question nothing. Consume, obey... Fu*k that.
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  44. But WHY would you want to take ANYTHING for a NON-existent Threat, the GERM theory Boogeyman (Virus) ? Because some lying grifting so called dr's in the freedom movement tell you it works against a non-existent threat ? Anything, it seems to keep the virus bs relevant just like GAME of fiction Lab leaks and Shedding from the fake toxic injections, And the unusual clots reported by several pathologists ,which still remain un tested in a lab by trustworthy scientists to see what they are made from
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  45. @bamboozooka@rebornsteve@Anti Facts Sir@Bombadil@Captainlove@Nip UKColumn have a news item relating to Scottish statistics which suggest an 85% uptake of the experimental injection NHS FoI: There was no pandemic in the Scottish Borders https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/nhs-foi-there-was-no-pandemic-in-the-scottish-borders
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