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  1. This is probably not the time for me to get all nostalgic, but hey ho. I found some old documents from the 1990s that I had stored away, and are shown here. The first batch relate to a weekend workshop that David held in 1993 at a New Age retreat in Dorset. There was a welcome pack with some photographs - one of which shows David channeling energy in a river (it's blurred, sorry). There's a letter he wrote to me in 1995 when I was sending him info (not very good info, in hindsight). Lastly is a ticket to a event when he was discussing his book "The Robots' Rebellion".
  2. So much for Channel 4's recent accusation that anti-vaxxers are a slick, professional, well-funded, well-organised and cult-like outfit that wants to establish a New World Order.
  3. I also can't play them on my smartphone, but they do play on a laptop that I use. I'm not a techie but it's probably caused by the browser.
  4. To finish, here's 2 more short Bitchute videos. David speaks to a supporter for 14 secs: https://www.bitchute.com/video/vdHNUxNUEoO8/ David speaks for 30 secs: https://www.bitchute.com/video/l3Pfj1vFrbgM/
  5. Here's 2 very short Bitchute videos https://www.bitchute.com/video/1syZGrMxGFYB/ David says that this is a day that will go down in history: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ODk8Si1txCSS/
  6. David talks to his brother Paul Piers Corbyn talks to Vernon Coleman Gareth speaks Vernon Coleman speaks Piers Corbyn speaks David speaks
  7. Once again the acoustics weren't good, so a lot of protesters couldn't hear what was being said. I managed to get close to the speakers area, so all my photos reflect this. Kerry Icke and the Ickonic guy Piers Corbyn David being interviewed More to come
  8. I'm not on Telegram, but I've just seen a Twitter post saying that the speeches will be in Trafalgar Square, followed by a march. Why can't the organisers just say so, well in advance?
  9. The details of the location will be released closer to the time. Can you post the details here if you find them before me.
  10. There are trains to London Euston at 5-32am and 6-30am but it'll be expensive unless you booked an advance ticket.
  11. A bit late, but here's a few more very short Bitchute videos: 16 secs in Oxford Street https://www.bitchute.com/video/fk9NxbFYPHgr/ 9 secs of David https://www.bitchute.com/video/HGjJShTABsho/ 10 secs of Gareth and David https://www.bitchute.com/video/qHa5b7UDzVbo/
  12. Here's a 30 second video of David talking at Piccadilly Circus. I'm standing a little bit too close, in hindsight. It's a Bitchute video, so grovelling apologies if you can't get it to load. https://www.bitchute.com/video/zD8I0jmVIw7Y/
  13. The pandemic was used as an excuse to accelerate the Ruling Elite’s plans for a cashless society, by falsely linking physical cash to the spread of the virus. Noticeably, the WHO made no such link themselves; they even publicly claimed to have been misrepresented on the issue by a British newspaper (“The Telegraph”) back in the early months of the pandemic (March 2020): “We did NOT say that cash was transmitting coronavirus,” said WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib, “We said you should wash your hands after handling money, especially if handling or eating food. Doing so is good hygiene practice.” "Cash is so old school", was a slogan on the website in 2021 of the British bus/coach company STAGECOACH, who acknowledged the WHO’s comments on cash yet still encouraged its’ passengers to avoid using cash. Stagecoach still accepted cash, but operated an ‘Exact Fare Policy’ for some areas. On their website in June 2021 they wrote: “Paying by cash? Our priority is to protect the safety of our customers and our colleagues. We’re really pleased that the amount of cash being handled on our buses has reduced since the Covid-19 restrictions began, but we recognise that there’s more we can do to help prevent the spread of this virus. Whilst we have seen a reduction in cash handling as a result of asking customers to use contactless, we are looking at opportunities to further minimise cash use.” On Stagecoach’s Exact Fares FAQ's it said: “Q. Why are you introducing an exact fare policy?...This is a temporary change to our policy that takes into account feedback from our customers and drivers to provide added protection and reassurance during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Q. Are you saying it isn’t safe for people to handle cash? The latest advice from the World Health Organisation says that there is no evidence of virus transfer from cash. However, we are listening carefully to our staff and customers on extra measures that will help them feel safe at the current time, and from the feedback we have received in some parts of our business, we know that reducing cash handling will help with this.”
  14. Last photo is of the protest tennis balls thrown into the grounds of Big Ben
  15. Is this part of Regent Street a ley line? Big Ben ahead Westminster
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