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  1. Adding hyperlink to images Suppose we have an image from a URL or as an Attachment, such as this ... Clicking on this image will just show the image in a popup. [Try it] What if we wanted to link the image to a URL such as Wikipedia, Google, or our own website when it was clicked? Simply double-click the image in the post (while editing) and you will see a dialogue offering you various options, inluding adding a Link URL. Click the 'Update' button and submit your post when finished. You should now find that clicking the posted image takes you to the link you entered, (in this case, to the UK Column website). [Try it] Hope this helps. It's a useful feature and not always obvious to people not used to the forum.
  2. Interesting ... Russian Hacker ‘Proves’ Vaxxed People Are Uploading Bio-Data to AI Computers 24/7 https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/russian-hacker-proves-vaxxed-people-are-uploading-bio-data-to-ai-computers-24-7/ This video was uploaded to BitChute on September 16th by Ken Adachi, publisher of the long-running website, educate-yourself.org. It purports to show the computer screen of a Russian hacker named Aleksey Kapyshev using a Tor proxy on the Dark Web, as he finds the leaked database of individuals implanted with Russia’s Sputnik vaxxine, showing their data in realtime, including their GPS coordinates, whether they are asleep or awake, which firmware the injected chip has, etc. and he is able to find his friend, Ljoha, sleeping at his apartment at 3AM. The hacker speaks in Russian off-camera with subtitles in broken English. The address of the “Vaccination place address”, in what looks like a residential neighborhood in the outskirts of Moscow matches perfectly with the geographic coordinates of the “Vaccination place geo”. This is the address of an actual vaccination clinic, according to this article published on July 19, 2021 on what appears to be the blog of a Swedish web developer named Tornevall, who deprecates “anti-vaxxers” and who is obsessed with stopping anti-vaxx “misinformation” and who sets out to debunk this video. Tornevall makes fun of the idea that anyone could survive being injected with an “oversized microchip”, which seems like a dumb comment from a tech guy, since we know that we’re dealing with nano swarm technology and we’ve seen how the vials contain billions of graphene oxide nanoparticles and the NIH makes no secret about the future of “manipulative magnetic nano-medicine” and “super paramagnetic nanoparticles” to deliver COVID-19- and other medicines. Tornevall says he’s grateful that Facebook’s Politifact fact-checkers in Sweden have labeled the video “partly false information”. Regardless of whether the video is real or not, we know that the premise is real from this patent, which describes the tracking technology that’s in these vaccines and how it can read your heart rate and temperature and your geographical coordinates and then transmit that data to a dedicated server. Plus we know from a 2016 appearance on French television by the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab, he stated that the plan was to tag 7 billion people with a digital identifier within 10 years. Therefore, the video may indeed give us a glimpse of how such a tracking system would look on the backend, as it also illustrates what Catherine Austin Fitts means when she says they want to “connect you to the DARPA cloud”.
  3. ARE YOU BEING PRESSURED AT WORK TO GET THE EXPERIMENTAL COVID VACCINE? Here’s the antidote – Letter to employers forcing vaccination If you are being forced to Vax in order to keep your job, here’s a great way to handle it. The secret is NOT to refuse it… A friend in the NHS is being pressured to take the jab. ‘I write with regard to the matter of potential covid vaccination and my desire to be fully informed and appraised of ALL facts before going ahead. I’d be most grateful if you could please provide the following information, in accordance with statutory legal requirements: 1. Can you please advise me of the approved legal status of any vaccine and if it is experimental? 2. Can you please provide details and assurances that the vaccine has been fully, independently and rigorously tested against control groups and the subsequent outcomes of those tests? 3. Can you please advise of the full list of contents of the vaccine I am to receive and if any are toxic to the body? 4. Can you please fully advise of all the adverse reactions associated with this vaccine since it’s introduction? 5. Can you please confirm that the vaccine you are advocating is NOT ‘experimental mRNA gene altering therapy’? 6. Can you please confirm that I will not be under any duress from yourselves as my employers, in compliance with the Nuremberg Code? 7. Can you please advise me of the likely risk of fatality, should I be unfortunate to contract Covid 19 and the likelihood of recovery? Once I have received the above information in full and I am satisfied that there is NO threat to my health, I will be happy to accept your offer to receive the treatment, but with certain conditions – namely that: 1. You confirm that I will suffer no harm. 2. Following acceptance of this, the offer must be signed by a fully qualified doctor who will take full legal and financial responsibility for any injuries occurring to myself, and/or from any interactions by authorized personnel regarding these procedures. 3. In the event that I should have to decline the offer of vaccination, please confirm that it will not compromise my position and that I will not suffer prejudice and discrimination as a result? I would also advise that my inalienable rights are reserved.’ Please respond within seven days (7) under full personal and private commercial liability and under penalty of perjury, I remain in honour in this matter. all-rights-reserved. by: signature The point being though, is that they CANNOT provide that information but you’ve NOT refused… https://www.facebook.com/JABS-Justice-Awareness-Basic-Support-421677478185847/
  4. Who needs vaccines? It's all going to be in the food you eat soon ...
  5. https://www.projectveritas.com/news/urgent-request-from-project-veritas-shocking-covid-vaccine-series-launch/
  6. How about, 'May as well not get it if it's going to be in the food anyway?' Same logic but that would decimate their jab profits!
  7. 'I’ll do one more mind experiment with you: If everyone on the planet were to get Covid and not get treated, the death-rate globally would be less than half a percent. I’m not advocating for that, because 35 million people would die. However, if we follow the advice of some of the global leaders– like Bill Gates who said last year said “7 billion people need to be vaccinated”– then the death-rate will be over 2 billion people! ' https://tapnewswire.com/2021/09/the-conspiracy-theorists-were-right-it-is-a-poison-death-shot-2/
  8. DR. REINER FUELLMICH: We are close to a tipping point New video from Reiner https://tapnewswire.com/2021/09/dr-reiner-fuellmich-we-are-close-to-a-tipping-point/
  9. Of course, this article doesn't give the WHOLE story. I have added this comment to the TCW discussion ...
  10. The master plan behind the Covid crisis Nice article just published on the TCW website. Will explain a lot to those not in the know, particularly new members to the forum. https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/the-master-plan-behind-the-covid-crisis/
  11. Yeah, that's because the climate change nuts are backing government policy.
  12. Unfortunately, no one is ever going to make a stand. I'm resigned to the fact now that all of the vaxxed will soon die off and the rest of us will be rounded up and shot. There won't be enough opposition left to prevent this. However, when they come to take me I'll at least take one or more of them with me. It's all I can do.
  13. What a load of bollox! No way would 86% of parents give their consent to their kids being poisoned. What a stupid statement anyway: 'definitely or probably,' what the fuck sense does that make?
  14. Forthcoming Petition to be discussed in Parliament ... https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/575801
  15. Fucking rich! That JEW, Angela Epstein, on the Jeremy Vile show today supporting PERSECUTION of the unvaxxed.
  16. Liking the Savile Row shell suit! Must be breathable too as there's not a drop of sweat on him.
  17. Very propheti indeed! This is Page 444 from the book. The image is obviously a poor photocopy but is readable ...
  18. You have my permission to share it far and wide.
  19. Little Johnny: 'But Miss, I don't understand what myopericarditis means?' Miss Informed: 'Don't worry Johnny, we'll be learning those big words next year. Now, let's roll up that sleeve, shall we?'
  20. Too right! There's a special place in Hell for this ugly pig and his ilk. These people should be made LIABLE for the decisions they make. This experimental shit should no longer be exempt from liability.
  21. Subliminal Messaging - let's see what the Science says ... Subliminal messaging was born in a New Jersey movie theater in the summer of 1957. During the Academy Award-winning film "Picnic," market researcher James Vicary flashed advertisements on the screen every 5 seconds. The interruptions were so fast — 1/3,000th of a second — that they were undetectable by the conscious mind. Yet the fleeting advertisements of "Drink Coca-Cola" and "Hungry? Eat Popcorn" reportedly increased Coke sales by 18.1% and popcorn by 57.8%. Or so the story goes. Eventually, the president of the psychological test company Psychological Corp. challenged Vicary to replicate his experiment. After failing to re-create the gains in sales, Vicary admitted he had fabricated the results. Some experts believe he never completed the original experiment at all. So, like Vicary's experiment, is subliminal messaging a hoax? Or does it actually work? "Subliminal advertising is thought to be a pretty potent form of influence. But there's really not much on which to base that conclusion," said Ian Zimmerman, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota Duluth. However, the method is not completely made up. "Subliminal messaging can actually be influential," Zimmerman told Live Science. But its power is hedged by many if's, including whether the audience is in the mood for the product being advertised. In theory, subliminal messages deliver an idea that the conscious mind doesn't detect. The brain may ignore the information because it is delivered quickly. For example, the word "RATS" flickered briefly across the screen during an attack ad that the George W. Bush campaign launched to smear presidential candidate Al Gore during the 2000 election. An influential word can also be shrouded by imagery, such as "sex" spelled out by ice cubes in a Gilbey’s Gin advertisement. Whether these attempts affected voters and consumers is unknown. But scientists do know that subliminal messaging works in the lab. Researchers inserted a dozen frames of a Coca-Cola can and another dozen of the word "thirsty" into an episode of the TV show "The Simpsons." Participants reported being an average of 27% thirstier after the viewing than they were before, whereas the control group was slightly less thirsty afterward, according to a 2002 study published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology. Similarly, when given a subliminal priming of the iced tea brand Lipton Ice during a computer task, people chose the drink over another beverage — but only when they were thirsty, according to a 2006 study published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. In short, it appears that subliminal messaging works best when it taps into an existing desire. "If we're not currently experiencing whatever kind of need or goal the subliminal message taps into, it probably won't be very effective," Zimmerman said. When subliminal influences do occur, they don't last long. Influences lasting 25 minutes are about the cap, according to a 2016 study in the journal Neuroscience of Consciousness. In other words, subliminal ads trying to get someone off the couch and into a store probably aren't effective. "They can't make you go buy something you don't want or vote for a political candidate you don't like," Zimmerman said. "The messages just aren't that powerful."
  22. Important news about Dr. Sam White https://vernoncoleman.org/articles/important-news-about-dr-sam-white
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