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  1. Neil Oliver: Will we remain silent while a dark tide slides ever closer to our own shores? https://tapnewswire.com/2021/11/neil-oliver-will-we-remain-silent-while-a-dark-tide-slides-ever-closer-to-our-own-shores/
  2. UPDATE FROM ISRAEL – THE VAXED ARE SICK AND DYING https://tapnewswire.com/2021/11/update-from-israel-the-vaxed-are-sick-and-dying/
  3. That is so true. Whenever money is concerned the sentencing is far stiffer. Robbery or fraud can fetch double the sentence that assault, or even in some cases, murder, would.
  4. From the recent James Bond movie ... 'The proper function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time.' Jack London
  5. If they ever manage to stick that forcibly into me, then I'll stick something much wose into my local MP.
  6. Covid-19, more commonly known as Kennel Cough in the canine world.
  7. Truly A-MA-ZING!!! Now all we need to do is arm them!
  8. This entire show is just a farce. Government propaganda. It's high time they had 'proper' experts on, such as Robert Malone, or Tess Lawrie or, numerous others I could mention to debate with the likes of Jarvis and that scumbag Smith?) from Naked Scientists, or even, god forbid, Witty
  9. Hmm ... I was thinking of a different BILL ...
  10. Yeah. Storm said they had a huge queue of people calling the show, yet they only talked to two callers, both with pro-vax views. I'm very surprised Bev didn't just walk off that shit show.
  11. Please pass this on ... Vaccine exemptions that care workers need to be aware of ON TCW yesterday we shared some advice for care workers arbitrarily sacked by the Government for their decision to refuse the Covid vaccine. Since then I have been alerted to the fact that care home workers can also self-certify an exemption from compulsory jabs until December 24. After that (if the Government does not retract) they would need to use the NHS app and get an official exemption from their doctor. The significant point is that they have a further 12 weeks in which to do this, which would take them up to the end of March, putting them pretty much in line with the threatened April 1 deadline for all other NHS front line staff. Link: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/vaccine-exemptions-that-care-workers-need-to-be-aware-of/
  12. We vote with our feet. None of my family have set foot in a Tesco shop, or bought online, for the last 2 years now, and I doubt we ever will again. We have long memories.
  13. What a fanny! I like the 'Gates' references on the sign behind his head though! Subliminal?
  14. * * VERY INTERESTING ARTICLE ** from TCW Defending Freedom site Could this Jewish ban on Covid vaccines turn the tide? By Karen Harradine - November 12, 2021 IN a major development which could have far-reaching consequences, a Hasidic rabbinical court in New York ruled on November 1 that it is ‘absolutely forbidden to administer the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine to children, adolescents, young men and women. The court heard eight hours of testimony from experts shunned and demonised by Western governments including Dr Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA vaccines, and Thomas Renz, lead attorney for America’s Frontline Doctors suing the US Centers of Disease Control, President Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci. Jews injured by the vaccine also gave evidence. A rabbinical court usually consists of three people, and some in the US are often lawyers too. They are often formed to resolve issues through the interpretation of Jewish law. The rulings of a rabbinical court outside Israel are often used by Jews to settle disputes within their communities. Some rabbinical courts are conducted in ways which respect secular law, so that rulings can be legally binding and enforceable in a secular court system. In Orthodox Judaism, the rabbinical court will be made up of at least one rabbi and two other observant men, experts in Torah (Jewish law) and the matter which is being addressed. This particular court is a Hasidic one. Hasidism is a religious movement founded in the Ukraine in the 18th century, deeply rooted in Kabbalah, and its followers are devout. There are several different groups within this movement, each with their own unique interpretations of Hasidic Judaism. In this case, the three court judges are religious leaders in their respective communities in New York State. In their ruling they declared: ‘It is best to err on the side of caution and abstain from taking the injection, rather than endangering one’s life by performing an action that can engender immediate and direct harm. Especially since there are other medical treatments that work . . . and that are not harmful.’ The ruling also states: ‘It is an explicit obligation to protest against this mandate, and anyone who can prevent the injection from being forced upon our youth must do so, forthrightly and emphatically.’ And: ‘Much harm appears to be caused to pregnant women as a result of the injection, possibly due to the antibodies that the body develops against the protein called Syncytin‐1, or from the SM102, or from the micro blood clots caused by the injection.’ And: ‘For older adults and the elderly, further clarification is needed (but as mentioned above, there are efforts to obscure the data, and it is presently difficult to attain accurate clarification). However, practically we have seen breakthrough cases, indicating that there is no substantial difference between those who received the mRNA and those who did not. The number of Covid patients are about the same, comparatively, in both demographics.’ The judges explained: ‘We also heard from doctors who invented and manufactured the mRNA, who testified as to its function (most doctors in medical practice are not experts in these matters at all, and from our experience and as is well‐known, they merely relate the information provided to them by the NIH, CDC, etc). They illustrated to us the profound danger and harm inherent in this new technology. They showed us how the governmental agencies and the pharmaceutical companies deny this fact, and how they conceal the data, making it so difficult for the public to realize the severe adverse reactions and mortalities that have befallen so many people who received the injection. We were also made privy to how they withhold the said information through various means, preventing the injuries and deaths from being publicized by the media or on the internet, as known.’ There is a principle in Judaism called ‘pikuach nefesh’, in which every single Jewish law can be broken to save a life. There are few exceptions to this law, one being that a person is forbidden from killing another to save a life. Given the rationale used by the judges to explain their decree, it seems that this very important Judaic principle may have guided them. They have certainly made it obvious that their decree is based on ‘halachah’ (Jewish Law): ‘Therefore, we hereby express our rabbinic decision, as per the teachings of our holy Torah.’ “Halachah’ guides the everyday life for Jews and experts in it are tasked with interpreting it for contemporary situations and issues. Little information is available as to why the court was formed to judge solely on this matter, or on the workings of Hasidic rabbinical courts. So it’s useful to look at the rules and regulations of the biggest Orthodox rabbinical court in the US, the Beth Din, for insight. Rabbinical courts are known as ‘Beit Din’. The rulings of a rabbinical court outside Israel are usually used by Jews to settle disputes within their communities; secular law is applicable as long as this doesn’t transgress a particular ‘Jewish law prohibition’. Some rulings are binding in secular law, such as arbitrations which are fully enforced by secular courts in business disputes. The practices and rules of the Beth Din may differ slightly to that of a Hasidic rabbinical court, but the principles will be similar in the deference to ‘halachah’ and the use of experts for testimonies, evidence and rulings. This decree on the Covid-19 vaccine should be binding to the Hasidic communities which the Rabbinical court serves but its implications expand far beyond these communities. The judges ruled that mandatory Covid-19 vaccines transgress Jewish law, which means it could be anti-Semitic to enforce it on religious Jews who have no wish to take it. Other rabbinical courts might disagree with the interpretation but given that it is based on expert testimonies and evidence, and centred on ‘halachah’, it will be hard to dismiss. It is a vital document to any Jew needing a new halachic interpretation of the obligation to take the Covid-19 vaccine. It will be interesting to see if Hasidic rabbinical courts in Israel now follow suit. Given that the rabbinical courts in Israel are part of the formal legal system, further decrees forbidding mandatory Covid-19 vaccines might have the power to dissolve the infamous green pass system. This Hasidic rabbinical court in New York has broken rank and set a precedent. They may be the ones to save us all. Link: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/could-this-jewish-ban-on-covid-vaccines-turn-the-tide/
  15. ... In the interests of public safety, both dog and owner were shot at the scene.
  16. 'That stain on Jacinda's dress is just a soup stain,' says Bill. 'Cock-a-leekie,' to be exact.
  17. I'm knocking 70 now and find our old Wii machine and balance board great for keeping active without getting bored. Taking my Lakeland Terrier for his walks in all weathers also helps, and helps mentally too. Use it, or lose it, as they say!
  18. If you've noticed, more often than not, the government themselves, particularly BoJo and disgraced HandCock, use the word 'jab' rather than 'vaccine.'
  19. Brits Who Post “False Information” About Vaccines Could Be Jailed For Two Years People in the UK who post “false information” about vaccines online could face two years in prison under a new law. Yes, really. The Online Safety Bill, described as “the flagship legislation to combat abuse and hatred on the internet” has faced fierce criticism from civil liberties groups for its broad overreach. The law would create a “knowingly false communication” offence which, according to the Times, “will criminalise those who send or post a message they know to be false with the intention to cause emotional, psychological, or physical harm to the likely audience”. Government sources gave the example of antivaxers spreading false information that they know to be untrue.” Given that authorities have deemed all kinds of information about the pandemic and vaccines “false” that later turned out to be true, this is a chilling prospect. For example, claims that vaccines are not fully effective in stopping the spread of COVID-19 would have once been deemed “false,” but that position is now a proven fact. The bill would also change the current stricter standard of “indecent” or “grossly offensive” content to the much broader definition of “harmful effect” when deciding if a post or a message is criminal. This is more in line with UK hate speech laws that determine whether an act of hate speech or a “hate incident” has been committed not on the basis of whether or not it actually happened, but on the basis of the supposed victim feeling like they’ve been targeted. “The new offences will include sol-called “pile-ons” where a number of individuals join others in sending harassing messages to a victim on social media,” reports the Times. And if you think that will stop those of a certain political leaning who routinely form “pile-ons” against conservatives for expressing dissenting opinions, think again. It will be selectively enforced against people who criticize or make fun of those deemed “oppressed minorities,” despite such groups having the full backing of the state and every cultural institution (the alphabet people). The Online Harms Bill is being amplified with the help of relentless propaganda about black football players being abused online, despite the fact that most of the abuse originates abroad, mainly from Middle Eastern countries.
  20. What makes you think we aren't getting organised? Do you think we'd post such information on a public forum?
  21. I wouldnt mind seeing a plane go down on certain historic buildings in Westminster. Many, many more lives would be saved than lost.
  22. Get this ... From an article posted on TCW Defending Freedom ... Link: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/the-professor-the-government-should-be-listening-to/ Now that paints a different story, doesn't it, and it's the one I'm inclined to believe.
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