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webtrekker

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  1. A Proton Beam Therapy unit was built in 2015 about a mile from my home by the Rutherford Group at a cost of £32M. It's now closed after liquidation of the Group, citing lack of patients due to the Plandemic period.
  2. People make the whole 'love' thing unnecessarily complicated. Try this ... Close your eyes during a quiet moment and imagine you are at the very end of your life, lying in your death-bed, with only moments left. All of your loved ones have visited you and you now have one last remaining decision to make ... Who's is the last face you wish to see before you're gone forever? This is the person (or pet, even) that you love the most (whether you realise it, or not) and has meant the most to you in your life. Now, open your eyes and treat this person with the respect they deserve. That's what 'true' love is.
  3. Own goal! Looks like HAARP missed the target this time!
  4. This Telegram post makes sense to me. 'These images were made by AI, no kids harmed, nothing to see here, move on ...'
  5. Whether it is delivered by a needle or a patch, a VMAP is a biological product that atypically manipulates the immune system to provoke strong inflammatory responses that can lead to injury or death for some who receive it,” warns National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) co-founder and president Barbara Loe Fisher about the technology. “If you look at the medical literature describing microneedle vaccine patches, what you see is a lot of hype about how much easier it will be for the vaccinators to slap a patch on a child’s skin instead of using a needle, and how the ‘painless’ patch can reduce vaccine hesitancy.” Since the onslaught of the COVID-19 hoax, the goal has always been a vaccine ID, forcing people to get injected upon command, making sure the slave class follows orders, and tying it all to a digital ID and central bank digital currency (CBDC) to ensure permanent compliance. https://activistpost.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3ac8bebe085f73ea3503bbda3&id=8af2299b0f&e=12fa210b90 Surely this would be illegal - sending dangerous medication via unsolicited mail? At the very least such items would have had to have been per-ordered by the recipient.
  6. Just another random thought of mine! ... Since interstellar travel, to us, seems almost impossible to achieve in a biological body, could it be that it is also virtually impossible for any distant alien lifeforms to achieve, and that what in fact is being reported are sightings of androids constructed by aliens themselves and sent out to explore the galaxy, perhaps linked to the mind of an alien far removed from the actual location of the visiting UFO? In other words, are the 'Greys' that have been spotted simply avatars and not flesh-and-blood aliens? That's it. I'm off to take my tablets now ...
  7. Has anyone noticed this new format of weather map now appearing all over the BBC weather bulletins? ... Notice the colour key in the top right-hand corner which simply shows varying shades of blue for cooler than average temperatures and varying shades of red for warmer than average, yet NO ACTUAL TEMPERATURES are given! This is completely useless. I mean, what does the deepest red, warmer-than-average colour actually mean? 2° warrmer, 20° warmer, ... 200° warmer? They really go full out on deceiving the viewers!
  8. TV news reporter from Torremolinos beach the other day was wering a long sleeved shirt and trousers and not a bead of sweat!
  9. Huw Edwards' wife Vicky Flind names him as BBC star at centre of '£35k sex pics scandal' in a statement issued on his behalf https://mol.im/a/12292255
  10. Here's a full view of the banner, Obs ... The bit I find immediately curious is the kerb in front of the railings. It's a strike kerb, quite high with a 90° sharp corner. I would magine a reasonably heavy vehicle hitting that at speed would have had major front wheel damage at the very least, and could possibly have been thrown off a straight line course. I'm not surprised that metal fence was flattened though as they are there to stop kids running directly into the road and not to stop vehicles.
  11. No, no no! You should NEVER turn your back on Mother Earth! ...
  12. Is it just me or, does anyone else not understand what all of that has to do with filling the atmosphere with particulate matter to dim the Sun?
  13. Local Council REJECTS 15 Minute Cities
  14. The Sceptic needs to change that headline! From the first paragraph of their article ... Scientists have uncovered startling evidence that a substantial portion of the batches of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine deployed in the European Union may in fact have consisted of placebos – and that the German regulator knew this and did not subject them to quality-control testing. A substantial portion does not mean that ALL Pfizer EU doses were placebos. Very misleading.
  15. Actually, er, it's an old sales trick I employed from my days as a market trader! Make an obvious spelling mistake and people will stop to laugh at it and point it out to others, ....................... but at least they STOPPED and paid attention, which is exactly what you were trying to achieve. That's my excuse anyway!
  16. The circuit is a Schumann Resonator, tuned to the Schumann frequency. Supposed to give health benefits when used, I believe.
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