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spideysensei

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  1. Indeed that's why it's nice to watch. In real life the game is a BASTARD. An absolute bastard. Haha. I recently went to see Ronnie smash a bunch of local amateurs. One thing struck me watching him in real life moreso than tv - he never hits the ball harder than he needs to. I'm with ant-facts on this one, i don't suspect any major foul play without evidence. As far as going along with the agenda, well some do some don't, some aren't really sure and go along for the sake of their career. It's the agenda pushers which bother me, someone like Klopp. And Phil Yates. Ha.
  2. Yep a good example. I think most managers now are probably masons/cultists, so they may be able to influence things and keep it quiet, but there's always the unknowns of players/staff not in on it that could obstruct any plan. Who knows? Don't even care that much as it died a death to me in 2020 with everything that went on. It's been a globalist vehicle for decades, but never so overtly as now.
  3. Yep, but the evidence needs to come to light for me to believe it happens on a mass scale. I imagine match fixing is quite hard to pull off well, especially at the highest levels where it's more scrutinised, though some VAR decisions really make me wonder. But to change a whole game with that many people involved seems implausible. I would not be surprised in the least if i found out that Pep, Klopp and other top managers were masons/cultists of some type and are there to push agendas as well as coach, so they could influence things under duress, but everyone couldn't be in on it because it would leak, and so you've got too many unknown variables for me. If we find out football has been a con for x amount of years i couldnt care less anyway, snooker's more my game... That is pretty hilarious. I'd love to know a bit more of your rationale for thinking snooker could be remote controlled.
  4. Hard to script so many people and keep them quiet though? Unless they're all freemasons now, and they were made to fuck a pig on camera or something.
  5. I'm liking the look of Eth here for a retrace to the .5 fib level (it often does), from here that's 37%. Price double bottoming at historic support with daily bullish divergence on a couple of oscillators ... perhaps some kind of stop hunting wick to take out those lows first before running higher
  6. I should've added, in my experience :-) Some athletes i gather are vegan, but i'm going to stick a leg out and say they're in the minority and probably fit and healthy enough to deal with an inferior diet. I'm in 2 minds really, i like a lot of the yogic philosophy and they say we can only achieve higher states by going veggie, but i also know what my teeth were made for, and where my body best absorbs its nutrients.
  7. I'm gonna have to start taking pics of the chemtrails we have in Cornwall. It's getting beyond a joke how often we see a nice morning sky that's soon overrun by a criss-crossing of chemtrails that linger and spread out like a blanket. Then later in the day what should've been a decent summery day turns overcast and wet. This seems to last a few days, and when that's cleared it's time for a fresh round.
  8. Vegans are often sickly, unhealthy and docile. Fact is you just can't absorb the nutrients from plants that you can from animal products. Supplements are ok but shouldn't be relied upon. Even though i'm actually in the business of selling supplements , if you need pills to make up your nutritional requirements you're probably eating poorly. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/7-nutrients-you-cant-get-from-plants#1.-Vitamin-B12
  9. What does everyone think about the recent spate of alleged violence against football players after pitch invasions? It's getting a lot of publicity and it's making me wonder if any of it is engineered/false flagged. Top comments on the sky sports youtube vids of course express the reaction and offer the solutions to the 'problem' - ban pitch invasions, increase security/fencing etc.
  10. All the NWO agents (Biden, Trump, Boris etc) seem to agree on it though. As with anything, it's who's hands the tech falls into. Seems it'll just be used to accelerate the NWO if anything.
  11. Q has looked laughable now for a while. I'm surprised some of you still believe in it after all that's happened. He's not the messiah, guys. Trump will get re-elected to finish the job i'm sure, with the backing of millions of retarded 'conservatives'.
  12. Well not quite. I did get bitten by a monkey in Gibraltar once, which gave some young Spanish nurses a giggle after i told them why i was there for a tetanus shot. You apesolutely are, sit down have a banana and let the chimps fall where they may.
  13. Classic controlled opposition imo. They promote aspects of the conspiracy for ridicule, while concealing other more important elements, and most certainly make no attempt to connect any of it together.
  14. No indication so far as to what caused his car to roll. MSM must breath a sigh of relief every time a normal death happens, but i wouldn't even bet against the cause of this being a jab reaction/heart attack.
  15. That's a buy then lol. I could easily see a little relief rally here before going lower.
  16. Fuck me this is a weird death (if true). Same end result though, which makes me wonder about the rest of it. https://morningexpress.in/dutch-police-investigate-the-death-of-soccer-player-jody-lukoki-who-died-at-the-age-of-29/
  17. Maybe 0.001% of hopium left in me that this is a huge bear trap to make people sell. Btc at critical support.
  18. 14 seems fair. I make the pattern completion target around 16500, so more or less the same. I'm not sure we're using fibs from the same place though, not that it matters a huge deal. I've drawn from the march 2020 lows, and it reaches our target at the 50% retrace. The goldilocks zone, as it were. Doesn't have to stop there of course, but if we continue down to that point i'd expect a nice tradeable bounce there.
  19. Yeah, the good thing is it'll be kind of obvious where we form a base. Hopefully more or less where we're at.
  20. Looking pretty bearish folks. Into "extreme fear" territory on the fear & greed index https://alternative.me/crypto/fear-and-greed-index/?msclkid=6ae9af57cf8b11eca648a6cc246604fc, so typically a place to buy, but i wouldn't advise that without some sort of signal, which just isn't there. Needs a reaction now otherwise it could well slide to 20k. I mentioned bearish divergence on the monthly back in october in this thread. Are we seeing it play out?
  21. Oh don't get me started on that diversity hire the BBC have. Don't know her name. Pretty Indian looking woman but bland and fake as can be. I'd be surprised if she even likes snooker. The absolute best thing about the world's on the BBC though? No tosspot Phil Yates! Vax injury was Scott Donaldson https://metro.co.uk/2022/04/12/scott-donaldson-returns-to-crucible-after-vaccine-side-effect-put-career-in-doubt-16454521/
  22. Yeah, do you ever watch UFC or top class boxing? How good are those guys? I'm half kidding. Cheers. I don't know how i would know if i could change my timeline left or right, because i only know of one path with one set of decisions. The other paths may as well not exist i guess. I'm all for peace and things, but not when people are actively trying to kill you. Seems counter-productive.
  23. As bas as things look, i think it's another buying opportunity. Look for that channel support on btc that i posted back in feb and see how we react there. I don't want to know what happens if we break below 33k. (lol 33, my gematria minded partner would be all over this).
  24. Definitely, though i meant my own decisions through life and any outstanding payment. Stuff i can't blame on anyone else. My actual resolve in regards to the NWO grows stronger with every move they make. Tbh, since 2020 i've never really felt so alive.
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