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  1. Bob is feeling very positive!!
    10 points
  2. I kind'a disagree. They did cull the elderly, but the elderly had worked all their lives and were living off their pension money, which ofcourse they had rightly earned and certainly belonged to them. So to class them as useless eaters is wrong, they were self-sufficent. They were all murdered, then sunak proudly declared he made £5 billion, as he no longer had to pay the carehome residents their rightfull pension. The only useless eaters are the ones who coined this term in the first place: Bill gates, the royals, politicians, wef, un. The people steal so much taxpayers money, the system cannot support this. There is very little over consumption by the ordinary everyday working class people, who are dropping in on foodbanks because they can't afford to eat, who can't pay their bills and are having their gas and electricity cut off. On the other hand look at the royals, who live in fifty bedroom castles, with a dozen cars in the garage, and are always disappearing off on luxurious expensive holidays – whenever the feel like, all paid for by YOU. Look at the £2 billion they spent on their jubilee a few months ago. Look at their private jets, stately homes, thousands of butlers and servants, billions of pounds of taxpayers money they spend every year - there is only one group putting a strain on the system. Look at the elites, and how they have caused the country to become massively in debt to the banks. Liz truss went to the banks and borrowed £180 billion, then gave the money away to her mates in the gas and electricity companies - the elites borrowed the money, spent all the money on themselves, then sent you all the repayment bills. And they will go to the banks tomorrow and borrow another £180 billion, then quickly send you all the repayment bills. Then they will go to the banks again, and again, and again, borrow more billions, enjoy the money, spend the money on themselves: new houses, new cars, then send you all of their bills - there is only one overconsumption happening. It is not that there are not enough workers, the british people pay a lot more into the system than they take out, it is the elites who are really taking the serious money out and putting nothing back
    9 points
  3. they are killing off the existing populations and then replacing them with migrants from all around the world This destroys any sense of identity in order to create a new globalised society that will more willingly accept a world government under the control of the cabal in other words: genocide and social engineering
    9 points
  4. i was speaking to a normie recently who gave me a little insight into their thought processes they said that this was the way 'society' does things and that those that want to be part of society need to do those things and that people like me (and she then said 'anti-vaxxers') want to live outside of society i thought it was really interesting because it showed to me that for her it has got nothing to do with what is objectively true or not. Its more a kind of tribalism. It's about fitting in with what she called 'society' I think the elites really understand this and its why they invested so much money in the past on buying up and controlling the media because through that they create the perception of what 'society' is. Its like a big club that people want to be in and to ensure they will fit in that club they consume huge amounts of media so that they are watching the right programmes and listening to the right music and wearing the right clothes and doing whatever they are told is the right thing to do to be part of 'society' including taking medical interventions they don't need She's right about one thing though: i don't want to be a part of that
    8 points
  5. GIVE YOUR LIFE FOR THE GREATER GOOD...YOUR DEATH WILL HELP SAVE THE PLANET I can see this in the not-too-distant future. It's all a bit Soylent Green.
    8 points
  6. Interesting how the lamestream media have changed the narrative to one of “lying” and not the grooming of boys. The Prince’s Trust think it is “no longer appropriate” to have Schofe as an ambassador, not because he’s a nonce, like Andrew, who they are happy to keep in the spotlight, but because of his “deceit.” They also dug up a gay doctor to deflect the issue to one of general “toxicity” at ITV. While Schofie insists he’s done nothing “illegal” and perhaps not, but that doesn’t make his Man/Boy love affair any more acceptable. I dare say GMB News will find a slot for him alongside Jeremy Kyle and other disgraced presenters.
    8 points
  7. all the people who let us down during the covid scamdemic are the very people out on strike demanding higher pay: the teachers refused to teach the children, the doctors and nurses shut everyone out of the hospitals and the police arrested people for leaving their homes they shouldn't be demanding pay rises, they should be on their hands and knees begging the british public to forgive them for being agents of the nation's destruction.
    7 points
  8. The things for you that have impacted you the most? For me. 1. That I am not always right, and other people are far more knowledgeable and experienced than me in certain things 2. Religion - although I don't believe in religion. It is a subject that absolutely fascinates me and although I don't often participate through lack of knowledge. When the guys do a deep dive on a religious topic - they are my favourite read here and I've learned so much. 3. Covid 19 - the sharing of critical information has been a godsend for me, especially during the height of the pandemic. It also helped me gain strength to say no when all the restrictions happened against the authorities which wasn't in my nature previously. 4. Health. - There has been some incredibly insightful information shared here which has improved my health and also introduced me to new concepts like the New German medicine which really opened my eyes. 5. Flat earth - I was considering this theory quite seriously. But reading through the threads I'm confident it's round. 6. Interacting with others has given me hope in humanity. It's nice to see that there are still many decent people in this world that actually really care.
    6 points
  9. Since I joined an earlier version of the DIF over a decade ago, probably too much to even list here! Back then, I absorbed as much info as I could - the veil was really beginning to lift from my eyes and reading so much detailed stuff about what really has been going on both confirmed my own growing sense of reality and also gave me actual info that I could refer to and base my own opinions on. Second time around, it's been more of the same but much more intense because the biggest scam of our lifetime was unfolding around us and it actually had the ability to affect our everyday lives, our freedom and our future. The more info posted here about the laws, our rights, and exposing the absolute fraud taking place empowered people to stick to their guns and not give in to the attempt to force vaccinations and restrictions on everybody.
    6 points
  10. Yes I think we move to two tier system. 1. Those who own/ fund the new tech. And a privileged few. 2. Those reliant on the state and technology to live. They will essentially have to comply to get by. Unless as I said we can find new types of jobs/economy This is kinda how I see it.
    6 points
  11. The trick is to avoid diagnosis, it’s a business after all. Eat healthy, exercise, stay away from doctors, pharmaceuticals and hospitals , should be all good
    6 points
  12. He's served his purpose. He crossed a line somewhere that was unacceptable to his bosses and, as is so often the way with people who see themselves as indispensable, he was brought to earth with an almighty bump. Another Savile? Who knows but Schofield doesn't have the connections Savile had nor, I suspect, does he know secrets about the powerful that they would rather keep quiet. One thing about Savile, his friends in high places knew he would never rat them out. Schofield is small potatoes compared to Savile.
    6 points
  13. I have learnt that a lot of members feel they can abuse moderators without being punished. That members get pissy if they don’t get agreement to everything they post. Most don’t want to learn anything, they want an echo chamber. Virtually no discussion on most subjects. No one reads or respects the forum rules. Not to worry though you can slag me off on the Crowhouse.
    5 points
  14. Poor 'Kitty' A.K.A. -THE RAISIN IN THE WIG', I believe he's off on his 'Summer Holiday', all I can say is 'Congratulations' and hope he doesn't meet a 'Devil Woman', oh wait, I remember him saying 'We don't talk anymore' apparently they fell out over who's turn it was to bring the 'Mistletoe and Wine'! He's 82 now, I guess the devil looks after his own!
    5 points
  15. When I was young, Midsummer day was 21 June. Google changed that, because they labelled June 1 as the START of summer (bollocks) and the cunts believe everything Google says. Now today is 1st June and we've had temperatures reach over 20 degrees for the first time 3 days ago, the sun is shining, but the temperature you FEEL is cold, because there's a cold breeze and the wind chill factor makes it feel much cooler than it is. Every year until 2021, I had to put the fan on in the bedroom at night. Last year ONE NIGHT ONLY. We only let out wood/coal stove go (almost) out 3 days ago. The FIRST year we've not let it go out in early March. The stupid cunts on TV are screeching the 'Global Warming' or 'Climate Change' every day. For sure there's climate change. IT'S GETTING COLDER!
    5 points
  16. Seems like the plan is kill off the old ones to get rid of knowledge, the young ones to stop reproduction, all the middle ages will be sick and on govt benefits. The kids will be weird parradies of human in various tranny formats with low IQ and unable to breed.
    5 points
  17. The question is ..." WHY is this being exposed now ?" If you look at the stories in the mainstream media you can see they are revealing the information in a very controlled way. First it was .. 'he was having an affair with a younger man', ... then it was ..' his lover was 15 when they met'. It's a gradual disclosure that is being carried out for a reason. The comments that are being 'allowed' to be published are very telling. Here are some examples: "Why is this such a big issue; the relationship was consensual.?" "So what if he had an affair. And it’s really no one’s business Two consenting adults. " "So what. He didn’t break the law. " "What on earth has Schofield done that most of the adult population of Britain haven't or won't do! There is no criminal or moral offence here!" "This. Is. Not. Important. " Reading through these comments it appears most of them are fake: and none are condemning Philip. In my opinion there is no way this is representative of the public's feelings, so what is the agenda here ? Personally I believe it is to gradually get the public used to these things, much as Netflix did with 'Cuties": and as with the 'New Normal', they slowly get us to accept the unacceptable !
    5 points
  18. I can’t think of anything worse than being in step with current society.
    4 points
  19. i.e. Mass Formation. Mind you, I am confident there are many who adopt the attitude of "if you can't beat them, join them", that is, resistance is futile
    4 points
  20. I've learned that there are people out there that are listening.... it feels like progress is finally being made some of those people are now playing significant roles in creating new networks and its going to be interesting to see what comes out of it all. I see green shoots I feel like i am hearing more and more people out there giving voice to the same thoughts that i am having and it feels good. There are more and more people thinking along the same lines about what's wrong and what can be done about it
    4 points
  21. To be honest, this 'story' is becoming quite tedious now, and the fact that the click-bait news media outlets are all 'dripping' out a never-ending stream of 'articles' just leads me to think that as with the Nicola Bulley case, this is all just a massive distraction. The 'facts' that we have so far are: Philip Schofield is 'gay' (who cares really) after 'coming out' in 2020 He's had one 'affair' with a younger man who also worked at ITV Studios He lied about this to his co-host and his bosses He was forced to resign from This Morning and then from ITV altogether Was there really any point in him doing his 'interview' with both The Sun and the BBC? Nobody cares, he'll soon end up somewhere else (perhaps back at the BBC!) and this will all be forgotten about. Unless someone comes forward with some really lurid revelations, then all this current media coverage is just distraction fodder.
    4 points
  22. I belong to several busy forums and it's a big challenge to triage the content and keep up with the stuff that's relevant to me, let alone make detailed replies rather than just pick out one or two points to pick up. Often I just use likes, and try to use up my daily allowance, to show them that someone's in the room and listening, to give some encouragement and thanks for all the work which I can see some members giving to the forum. How do other members keep up with the content? If I look at the 'All Activity' screen it's incredibly busy with everything, and only shows the first couple of lines or so, to decide whether to read the whole thing so I tend to be caught by the clickbaity stuff. On the other hand if I use the 'Notifications' screen I end up in an echo chamber of only reading the members I've followed. But otherwise I've learned a lot of useful content and also honed my skills at skim reading to quickly decide if something's worth closer attention or not. For practical action rather than theory, I tend to go elsewhere and my involvement here has led me to other organisations which are active in real life. Another thing I've learned is how much I'm limited by wanting to stay anonymous and avoid accidentally doxxing myself, so I tend to hold back from saying more and stick with generalities instead.
    4 points
  23. If the jabs didn't actually fuck people up, you could look at the whole scam as a psy-op to determine what price the average person would be prepared to put on their life, or at least to risk it on the unknown.
    4 points
  24. They Can Backtrack All They Like. We Will Never Forget
    4 points
  25. Your comments are disappointing, and you have a right to them. I think the people on this forum are mostly trying their best to understand and try to get answers. I ask you, most of us are still fairly new to this concept, so why dont you show us how to be better at this alternative stuff. Were meant to be in this together to help humanity. Someone with your experience should be willing to show us how its done.
    4 points
  26. they want to get our corrupt government to amend the WHO pandemic treaty so that the next time the WHO declare a pandemic eg for 'bird flu' the countries will all follow the dictats of the WHO which is really just a wing of the rothschild/rockefeller created united nations ( a de facto world government). This means that if the WHO declared a 'pandemic' democracy would effectively be suspended like what happened in germany after hitler passed the 'enabling act' after the reichstag fire This means that the WHO could impose more lockdowns (to destroy the economy), mandatory vaccines (more mRNA jabs) and 'quarantine camps' (concentration camps) for the 'refusniks' and the british government would simply comply
    4 points
  27. The most important thing in the world at the moment is Philip Schofield's ding dong!
    4 points
  28. crowding people into a collapsing economy doesn't produce safety or benefits. It creates upheval and crisis from which the cabal will offer their solution: enslavement on a technocratic plantation
    4 points
  29. this really goes to the heart of it if you think about our forefathers a few hundred years ago they were mostly on the land growing and raising their own food. They weren't 'wage slaves' who commuted to a work place. The farm WAS their work place and the food was the direct result of the work Since then we have been moved off the land and a kind of middle man has been placed between us and the food. Now we don't work to produce the food. Now we work to earn 'currency' which we then use to buy food produced somewhere else by someone else The next step is for them to move even those few farmers off the land and to replace them with drones and AI farming large monoculture GMO fields. All people will be pushed into reservations known as 'smart cities'. People won't have work to do to get currency they will simply be given a small stipend of abstract digital currency However i very much doubt the cabal intend that to be the long term plan. I think once they have reduced all humans down to the status of what they would call 'useless eaters' their task will be to phase us out of existence As many people will be spiritually bankrupted through this process they may well acquiesce to the various soft kill methods such as endless rounds of mRNA jabs. Unless of course people can awaken a spark of self respect....we live in hope
    4 points
  30. The usual suspects will benefit. So no one will be struggling to earn a living because of universal basic income? This takes the struggle out of life, and it’s our struggles that define us, make us stronger. We’ll be just limp lumps of meat blindly following an AI scalextrix course set out for us. I suppose this is what we’re doing now anyway, whether we realise it or not.
    4 points
  31. the ickes shared this piece recently on their website: The ticking time-bomb What the latest immigration numbers really mean 25 May 2023 And so there we have it. Despite all the talk of Britain “taking back control”, despite all the talk of lowering immigration, despite all the talk of reforming a national economy which is clearly broken, this morning it was revealed net migration into Britain has soared to a new and historically unprecedented record of 606,000 —meaning 606,000 more people entered the country than left. Some of the numbers are truly staggering —like the fact 1.2 million people migrated into Britain last year, of which 925,000 came from outside Europe. Or the fact net migration has surged by another 118,000 people since 2021 alone, and has nearly doubled since before the Covid-19 pandemic. Or the fact the number of asylum-seekers who are arriving from outside Europe has surged to a new high of 76,000. Or the fact the number of people who are arriving on study-related visas since 2020 has rocketed by nearly 250,000. Or the fact the number of relatives of international students who are now also entering Britain has more than doubled in only two years. There are a lot of arguments that could be made right now. I could tell you that these numbers make a total mockery of the Conservative Party —that despite repeated promises in its last four manifestoes, net migration has now rocketed from 250,000 under David Cameron, in 2010, to more than 600,000 today. I could tell you that much of this was stoked by Boris Johnson, the very man who promised to “bring overall numbers down” only to then liberalise the entire regime, even removing a requirement for firms to advertise jobs in Britain first and making it possible for overseas workers in some areas to be paid 20 per cent below the UK rate. I could tell you that mass immigration is now clearly being used to prop up a failing system of higher education, that by flooding the market with international students and their relatives —many of whom do not attend the top universities or make a clear contribution to the economy— we’re preventing failing universities from going bust and removing any incentive for the sector to reform and invest in British kids. I could tell you that despite the Tories trying to dress this up as leading Britain into a new era of “high-skilled” immigration it’s nothing of the sort —that we’re now just flooding the post-Brexit economy with even larger numbers of low-skilled workers who are often moving into jobs which pay less than the average national wage and so removing any reason for companies to invest in innovation and British workers. I could tell you that despite all the promises over the last twenty years that mass immigration would open the door to higher growth and productivity the reality that confronts us today is quite different —it’s contributed to a low growth, stagnant, and unproductive economy built around cheap labour, consumption, and London. I could tell you that despite what the experts said, the latest evidence on the labour market effects of mass immigration finds that while it’s had positive effects on the highest paid and typically graduate workers, it’s had negative effects on the lowest-paid and typically non-graduate workers, reducing their hourly wage while helping to prop up a broken economy that’s built around the new graduate elite I could tell you that mass immigration is fanning the flames of Britain’s acute and escalating housing crisis —that while we built just over 200,000 homes last year new estimates suggest Britain will need to build at least 616,000 houses a year just to cope with the extra demand from migrants. Or that the foreign-born are far more likely than the British be crowding into an already overcrowded rental sector, driving up rents and putting further pressure on a market that’s already, visibly collapsing. I could tell you that the claim, often heard in Westminster, that Brexit Britain is now attracting ‘the best and the brightest’ is undermined by the fact migrants are more likely than Brits to rely on social housing and that while British families are being forced to leave their homes and communities in London, 40 per cent of the rising number of Sub-Saharan Africans are now living in social housing in the capital. I could tell you that contrary to all the talk, our post-Brexit immigration system is now rapidly being reshaped around the very non-European migrants who —unlike those from Europe— have been shown to be far more likely to bring net economic costs, largely because they have more children and rely more heavily on welfare benefits. I could tell you that while after Brexit the British people were promised their left behind regions and communities would be ‘levelled-up’, so far this year we’ve spent more on housing asylum-seekers and illegal migrants —a total of £1.3 billion— than we’ve spent on ALL levelling-up funds in England’s North East, North West, and Yorkshire regions combined. We’ve spent more on managing the effects of this broken system than we’ve spent on levelling-up Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. I could even tell you not to trust the numbers you’re reading today, that because for twenty years the “experts” have told us one thing only to later discover it wasn’t true at all —like the time six million EU nationals applied for settled status when we were told only 3.5 million were in Britain, or the time officials in charge of counting the numbers failed to realise many migrants were flying into airports they were not even monitoring, or the fact that on a regular basis the migration numbers people are supposed to trust are routinely later revised upwards. I could tell you all of that. I could also tell you —as I have before— that the system is completely and utterly broken and is no longer fit for purpose. I could tell you that despite what they say none of our leaders on the right or left have any intention whatsoever of bringing immigration down because their “expert” economic models are now based on the assumption that it’s here to stay for the foreseeable future, that like a drug addict Britain is now completely hooked on importing masses of cheap migrant labour to try and conceal the glaring problems in our national economy. And I could tell you —because they have told me— that nobody in our ruling class is planning, seriously, for what all this means for our escalating housing crisis, our deteriorating schools, our collapsing National Health Service, our stagnant economy, our fraying social cohesion, our sense of national identity, and our ability to trust our fellow citizens, a crucial prerequisite to having a functioning and viable welfare state. So let me tell you something else -let me tell you what I’m really worried about. I’m worried that we are now putting a ticking time bomb at the very heart of our politics and society —that by failing to learn a key lesson of the last decade, that people want less not more immigration, we are opening the door to something that will make the political chaos and division of the last decade look like a gentle stroll in the park. You can already see the warning signs. Contrary to the new elite who routinely line-up on Twitter to tell you Britain is ‘liberalising’ and people no longer care about mass immigration, an issue they are themselves heavily invested in maintaining, the actual numbers on the ground tell a remarkably and radically different story. Immigration is back to being the third most important issue for all voters and the second most important for conservatives. Eight in ten of all voters think the issue is being managed badly. Six in ten think it’s ‘too high’. More than half want it reduced. And only one in four people think, without any hesitation, that mass immigration has been good for Britain. The new elite might smother themselves in comfort blankets, proclaiming that what this means is people want more immigration, but they’re wrong. And the more we play this silly game the less people trust the system. Public confidence in our leaders to deal with immigration has simply collapsed which is an incredibly dangerous place for any democracy to be. When, today, the British people are asked who they trust to deal with immigration only a small minority back one of the two main parties while a plurality say “none of them” or “I don’t know”. The politics of immigration, in other words, is now returning with a vengeance largely because the new elite have failed, once again, to respect and recognise the fact that many people in the country do not share their strongly pro-immigration views. But it will also be different to what came before. Whereas in the 2010s immigration became fused with the European Union and provided a gateway to Brexit, from hereon, in the 2020s, it will increasingly be fused with a much wider array of issues -our housing crisis, our collapsing public services, our hollowed out economy, our environment, our spiralling welfare system, our glaringly out-of-touch political and cultural class. Contrary to the hope many of us had that Brexit would pour water over the populist flames, that it would usher in a new generation of leaders who finally respected and grasped the fact most people do not want their country —their home— to be characterised and completely upended by relentless demographic and cultural churn and change, Brexit has instead pushed forward leaders who are now pouring gasoline over the flames, who are dangerously out of touch with the rest of the country and who are now rapidly pushing us all back toward the politics of division and chaos. Just look elsewhere —at what’s unfolding in France, in Italy, in Sweden, in Spain, in Portugal, in Austria, in Germany, and America where Donald Trump and now Ron DeSantis are zooming in on the very same issue, joining the ongoing national populist revolt against a neglectful and self-serving elite. Britain, since Brexit, has become unusual for being one of the only Western democracies to have fended off this revolt. But the consistent and continual failure of our leaders to deliver on their promise by lowering the overall numbers and building an economy that actually works for the British people will not only guarantee that the Conservatives lose the next general election but is also putting a ticking time bomb at the very heart of our politics and society. The only question is when will it go off and who or what will detonate it. https://mattgoodwin.substack.com/p/the-ticking-time-bomb?publication_id=858965&isFreemail=true
    4 points
  32. Didnt Ian Brown call her "a little devil doll" many years ago? Been Satanic from the get go with the utter shit music production factory of SAW, so this isnt a surprise, just a continuation. Anyone who cant see it is really on the backfoot here. The song is crap too, with her singing like a little girl to appeal to the pedo audience. Shows she has regressed, not progressed. See she has her hair dipped in blood on one picture, telling us of the Satanic rituals she is involved in (like Kidman, Blanchett et all at Aussie Illuminati central) I see the middle finger is also "bandaged", coming from Satanic artist Marina Abromivich's cutting of the middle finger and "eating the pain". Idols, not to be worshipped according to the Bible, the slithery snakelike costume, its all there. The exchange of the soul with the devil might be understandable for some good music, but I think all these pop stars are getting short changed when theyre forced into producing forgettable, laughably satanic garbage. Satan seems to be losing his grip these days, when it comes to tunes.
    4 points
  33. Well we've also gone from... "an undiagnosed underlying health condition" to "after a long illness" to "after a short illness"....
    4 points
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  35. Looking out of the window, the weather has gone to shit. Wonder if it because the satan juice rollout maybe coming to a halt or slowing down, and they want to prepare for the next scam which is the global warming scam. I think we will be seeing really bad weather like this, with bursts of really hot days inbetween, i mean like really hot scorching days. Really? HOT days. There is some preempting in the media for the fluffy soft sheep to worry their silly little heads over
    4 points
  36. I think the plan is to remove the age of consent, which is one of the goals of NWO. You can see this being rolled out with all the talk regarding children's 'rights', especially regarding gender identity.
    4 points
  37. A good while back I was experimenting with my own version of a MEME Generator to make it easy for anyone to easily produce their own MEME's using any graphics they liked, not just pre-set options as inn many of the current online generators. To give a quick example, and to show my current progress, here are a few screenshots of a MEME I've just knocked up for this demonstration. The Generator app (runs in your browser) The downloaded MEME (save anywhere on your device) A PDF version can be produced at the click of a button for printing off and distributing Here's a link to the finished PDF for anyone interested - https://tinyurl.com/4j7bymmn Any thoughts, opinions or suggestions gratefully accepted. Thanks.
    4 points
  38. Just accidentally came across this in the Daily Mail from the 8th January 2019, but it isn't the article that is of interest, rather the comments section...... with a comment by Stanley road which I pasted below.....great foresight on what came next, even if it didn't workout in the numbers planned! https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6567487/amp/Deaths-Baby-Boomers-peak-2044-study-shows.html
    4 points
  39. The seven dwarves were all in the bath and they were all feeling Happy, Happy got out, and they all felt Grumpy! I HOPE I DON'T GET A SOLICITOR'S LETTER FROM WARWICK DAVIS! hi ho, hi ho, I hope not!
    3 points
  40. This is nothing to panic about , no conspyracy! Anything which converts one form of energy to another has an efficiency ...your petrol car has about a 25% efficiency .. that's to say when the petrol is converted 25% goes in moving your car and 75% is heat lost through your radiator and heating the car ... Nucler power stations convert about 35% of the energy into electricity so 65% is lost in heat ... I've got about 80 square meters of solar panels as insurance against the grid going permanently off .... they are about 17% efficient 83% of sunlight hitting them ends up as heat .... The vast majority of panels sold are below 20% because that type are much cheaper to produce ....it's not worth paying double for a few extra % .... Some panels can go over 30% but are ten times the price , only sensible to use in satelites .
    3 points
  41. You only have to look at the real research done back then .... such as this thread which you were part of .... All linked and documented .... Now the posts are nothing but wants for likes or to promote a self .... or a great deal are My God is the best .... when all those believed books are written by men. Daft thing is that I know that there is vastly greater than me .... It is just not within books written by other men!
    3 points
  42. The sad thing is these strategies likely will gain you greater power and influence but i suppose the question is whether or not someone who lives by such a code is someone that will be good for everyone else to have in a position of power and influence or if they will just create a toxic world in their own image
    3 points
  43. ah but if they can crash the economy then there would need to be some sort of great reset.....now.....where have we heard that term before?
    3 points
  44. This was presumably common knowledge, but just read that Dr Ranj, the resident This Morning GP!, was married before coming out as gay, way before Schofe took the plunge (to save his skin). Leaving aside the arranged marriage/cultural pressure issues, it all seems very velvet mafia - and Ranj is now predictably jumping on the bandwagon du jour: mental health. I expect there's way more to come out regarding this obvious distraction that could easily have been uncovered years ago, and I keep coming back to what DI has said for years: It's a (big) cesspit (and you're not in it).
    3 points
  45. Well they made it very clear that if you go against the official narrative they will fucking kill you, very publicly, and no one will say fuck all out of fear. Fast forward to covid, and most doctors, politicans kept their mouths fucking shut,I guess they learnt the David kelly lesson.
    3 points
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