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webtrekker

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  1. "Climate issues and pollution issues are being exploited by the World Economic Forum and Bill Gates and all of these mega-billionaires the same way that COVID was exploited – to use it as an excuse to clamp down top-down totalitarian controls on society."
  2. From The Daily Sceptic ... State Covid Propaganda Destroyed Public’s Ability to Consent to Vaccines – Chairman of UK Council for Psychotherapy by Dr Christian Buckland 28 April 2023 1:40 PM There follows an open letter from Dr. Christian Buckland, Chairman of the Board of the U.K. Council for Psychotherapy, to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak condemning the “use of unethical psychological techniques and behavioural science on the unknowing and non-consenting U.K. public”. Among numerous harms are that the use of techniques to increase fear, shame and guilt “materially undermined, if not removed, the U.K. population’s ability to give valid informed consent to taking a COVID-19 vaccine”. https://dailysceptic.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/rscb-complete-cpb.pdf
  3. Brings to mind the Black Mirror episode: Fifteen Million Merits Storyline In this alternate, future reality, Bing and thousands of others must ride exercise bikes for hours a day to earn "merits", credits that can be used to purchase basic necessities as well as novelty items. They are surrounded by televisions playing mindless entertainment all day long, including TV shows that mock the odd overweight citizen who cannot workout, a lot of pornography...and a talent show similar to the real-world Got Talent franchise. When Bing meets, Abi, a woman with a talent for singing, he believes she can win the competition and earn a better life. However, after he makes sacrifice upon sacrifice to get her to the show, she is degraded and harassed by the judges and audience, who offer her a choice: start a career in pornography...or go back to being a slave. Her choice inspires a revelation in Bing, who begins to see the cruel injustice of the world in which he lives, and he is determined to change it...no matter what the cost.
  4. 1. x = 25 2. First you'd need to be told the temperatures at the two ends, or the temperature difference between the ends. You'd also need to know, or look up, the thermal conductivity of copper. The rest is simple maths (assuming you know the formula). 3. Example: Past Participle of 'conspire' is 'conspired.' To be fair, I think question 2 would be hard for many to answer off the cuff without checking a constant's value (ie. thermal conductivity) and remembering a little-used formula.
  5. Yes, it's all well and good saying all vaxxers are idiots and derserve what they get, and I know they haven't been kind to us who refused the shots either, but let's face it, THEY are coming to get us too, make no mistake of that. Whether it's via mandated jabs, unspecified food additives, or whatever, THEY are determined to complete their Great Reset come hell or high water. It's a fight to the death now and I am increasingly worried that we won't be the winners.
  6. You're not wrong there, Christine!
  7. They're passing all of these new rules and regulations without any serious debate and, in many cases, the public don't even know of their existence. Welcome to the new Democracy!
  8. Linux is no good for me though. It's too restricted as regards availability of software. This has always been its downfall for me.
  9. No good to me. Most of the high-end software I run is cracked! There's no way you'll be able to run cracked software on the 365 platform. Anyway, what does the average Joe use a PC for? I'd suspect mostly games, email, writing the odd Word doc, streaming video from tv, netflix, prime, etc, and surfing the net. Apart from the latest games, you can do all of that in good old XP. My current machines run Win7 and Win10 and I've no more plans to 'upgrade.' Thanks, but no thanks.
  10. Thanks Jack. There are some interesting paths to explore there. As I said, I haven't gone very deep into the Holocaust before (too many other things to investigate!), but I think it's time to educate myself some more. I remember downloading an ebook by Texx Marrs (I think he was called) about the Holocaust being faked, but never got the chance to read it. I'll have to search my old PC backups for it.
  11. I'm thinking of coming out of retirement and opening a False Flag shop. I've heard business is good these days.
  12. 'Yeah, right. And how many idiots do you think would fall for that scheme?' 'Eh? Oh, sorry! I didn't realise what that long queue was for ...'
  13. I always thought 'Elite' was the wrong choice of word for these thieves and murderers. My guess would be that THEY chose it for themselves in the first place.
  14. We often come across the term 'They,' as in 'They' have done this, or 'They' have done that, and we often refer to them as the 'Elite.' Well, Elite is too important a word for these bastards and I've just come across a good replacement from a book I'm reading ... The answer to the question ‘Who are they?’ comes in the form of an acronym. ‘THEY’ are ‘The Hierarchy Exploiting You.’ So, let’s use this uppercase 'THEY' from now on to designate the group being referred to.
  15. You're right, it doesn't matter as far as hearing goes. I just wonder where this high-frequency hum is coming from though as it's pretty constant and may be affecting other senses or organs. Dogs, cats and many other animals can hear more than double that frequency so I also wonder if they are constantly bothered by it, as in tinnitus maybe.
  16. Train drivers will strike on FA Cup Final day, union reveals as it announces three fresh spates of industrial action General secretary Mick Whelan said drivers have not had a pay rise since 2019 Wembley will be hosting the Manchester City V United match on June 3, 2023 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12020123/Train-drivers-strike-FA-Cup-Final-day-union-reveals-announces-three-spates-action.html
  17. Just heard Angela Epstein (Jewish) say on the Jeremy Vile show ,in a topic about apologising for the slave trade, '... I think we can all agree, the whole history of the slave trade was one of the blackest moments in human history ...' I'll bet no one picks her up on that (bad choice of words/slip of the tongue?). Unlike poor Bridgen.
  18. Not saying you're right or wrong as I've done very little research about the Holocaust myself, however, I'd genuinely like to know on what evidence you base your conclusion that it was fake? I'm open to all suggestions that are based on verifiable evidence.
  19. It doesn't mean that at all Dale. That calculator simply calculates the wavelength at a particular frequency, there's no way it can tell you where the sound originates. Regarding high-pitched sounds though, I have the Spectroid app on my phone and there's always a constant, high-pitched sound that's slightly above 20kHz that it picks up even when I'm sitting here quietly minding my own business.
  20. Nice one, Alexa. Here is a timestamped YouTube video of the same meeting for those who prefer having videos they can click on without leaving the forum ...
  21. Then let good old AI remove it for you! ... Ok, not perfect, you can still barely see the watermark in her jacket, but good enough for most purposes. Remove your watermarks here: https://www.watermarkremover.io/
  22. It has been said that if you don’t understand how our banking system works, start with rule No. 11 from the board game Monopoly: “Some players think the bank is bankrupt if it runs out of money. The bank never goes bankrupt. To continue playing, use slips of paper to keep track of each player’s banking transactions - until the bank has enough paper money to operate again. The banker may also issue ‘new’ money on slips of ordinary paper.”
  23. 'Money is minted; fraud is printed.'
  24. “Something hit me very hard once, thinking about what one little man could do. Think of the Queen Mary - the whole ship goes by and then comes the rudder. And there’s a tiny thing at the edge of the rudder called a Trim Tab. It’s a miniature rudder. Just moving the little Trim Tab builds a low pressure that pulls the rudder around. Takes almost no effort at all. So I said that the little individual can be a Trim Tab. Society thinks it’s going right by you, that it’s left you altogether. But if you’re doing dynamic things mentally, the fact is that you can just put your foot out like that and the whole big ship of state is going to go. So I said, call me Trim Tab. ” - R. Buckminster Fuller, Feb 1972
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