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  1. 1 hour ago, Truthblast said:


    I have noticed something recently - i think it's because i rarely watch the news now (i got so fed up of the BS), the odd few times i do see it - the "tone" of the presenters and reporters has changed, the way they speak, it's like they speak AT YOU in very cold and authoritative form, their speech to me sounds very harsh, abrupt,  their sentences sound "clipped" and very robotic, it's seems like a very unnatural way of speaking to me.  It's like they are robots.  Sky News seems to me the worst for this (the BBC not far behind), their reporters have definitely been trained / encouraged to sound this way, add extra "drama" and effect to every story.  You can tell it's all designed to evoke fear in people, to get people to behave in a certain way, people literally react to it, make comments back at the television screen!  I see this all in front of me and I feel like i am living in some horrible depressing nightmare sometimes, where everyone is being controlled.  When i point out to people that it's BS they just look at me like i am mad.


    George Orwell's prediction is exactly spot on, we are all definitely living on Airstrip One.

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  2. On 8/31/2022 at 10:56 PM, Truthblast said:

    The elite have always been in favour of a rather brutal "sink or swim" philosophy:


    1) If you work your ass off daily you can have a decent life

    2) If you don't follow that mandate you can starve and/or become homeless (depending on country), and nobody gives a shit what happens to you after that







    A) Allows the elite to suck the fruits of everybody's labour UPWARDS daily to where they are positioned


    B) Keeps people's MINDS BUSY 24/7 and hopefully away from DANGEROUS ideas like... the obvious.





    The more brutal life gets, the more CALLOUSLY people tend to treat each other.








    There should be a BREAKING POINT where people demand change, but MSM keeps repeating that NOBODY CAN DO ANYTHING ABOUT THE SITUATION WHICH HAS DEVELOPED.



    Its just "THE WAY THINGS WORK".






    Your words here should be put upon giant billboards everywhere for all the world to see. 


    I see it daily where I live - people are definitely getting more and more aggressive with each other, everyone is in a rush to be doing something, either working or spending money on shit they don't need.  It's all work and consume, work and consume, they are all brainwashed into it, it's depressing.


    Everyone should just stop, grow their own food, don't rely on tech, governments and big corporations.

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  3. On 8/31/2022 at 12:32 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

    The Tories clearly want to make themselves the opposition. And whatever I feel about the Tories, I don't know if that's a good thing.

    I definitely think this is what their game is, it's seems like an own-goal otherwise, people voted them in because of Boris and his promises over brexit, people don't like the ones they have put up.  They want to be in opposition when the economy really fucks up so they can then blame labour.

  4. 2 hours ago, Greenhulk50 said:

    I wonder if Professor Creepy Whitty will make a comeback with his magic graphs and charts for the winter season ? 


    He will, "covid" will spread again, we'll have another lockdown, stay at home even though you can't afford to heat your home.  Stopping people from mixing will make it harder for the people to protest against rising inflation, win/win for them.

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  5. 19 hours ago, Greenhulk50 said:

    UK media headlines ..Prepare loved ones for war against Russia .




    Why???? A war between the UK and Russia would result in an immediate tit for tat nuclear strike against each other, the troops wouldn't even get to fire a shot.


    Typical MSM spreading fear as usual.



    I noticed the news focused on a "flag factory" in Ukraine today, so their priority is making flags during a war, their power supply is also fully functional. If you are an invading force the first thing you would do is knock out a countries power supply... Russia haven't done that?  Hardly a "full scale invasion" is it?  I call it out for it is.  This whole "conflict" is complete an utter BS. 


    It provides a convenient distraction and scapegoat for our own country being in a complete mess though!

  6. 39 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:


    I go in and mark, "Not suitable for purpose", next to each candidate. I know full well they'll toss that out as an invalid, defaced slip, but I live in hope that some day the majority of voters will do likewise and give them a shock.

    The spoiled papers alway count, it's exactly what everyone should do who doesn't want any of the politicians in,if enough people did it it would completely negate any majority the politicians get.   Just not turning up, - that definitely won't make any difference as they just go off the majority result from those that did make a mark - they would just say the no showers should have used their chance.


    Just imagine a constituency result if: 5200 con,  5100 lab, 2050 lib - but 20000 spoiled papers - they could hardly say the politicians have a mandate then could they....



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  7. 9 hours ago, Fluke said:

    One word politics. Try and grind country to a halt for an election.

    I think one is needed, who the fuck wants sunak or the chucky doll running the country..... Not that elections make a difference anyway.



    They really need to address sky rocketing inflation and these rising fuel costs urgently, if they don't, well look what happened to a certain European nation in the 20th century when they failed to address rising inflation.....  They got overthrown and replaced by a dictator with a dodgy mustache.  There's only so much even the sheep will take.

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  8. 48 minutes ago, alexa said:


    Whats wrong with Solicitors ?

    Solicitors can't represent you in a criminal court.  Only barristers can.  Solicitors only deal with out of court paperwork, civil matters etc, like a dispute between individuals or companies.  If you commit an actual crime where the crown prosecutes you, you will need a barrister when in court.


    It's the person who physically stands by your side in court who argues your case.  Solicitors don't do that, they just help out with the out of court matters like paper work, dealing with the police etc like when you are first arrested/interviewed.


    What causes the confusion is when people watch American cops shows where a lawyer does all of these things, they believe a solicitor in the UK is the same, even ask to speak to a lawyer when arrested!

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  9. 1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    they parade round in that antiquated garb

    In the UK it's always been a belief that people get a fairer trial if all the official members of a court (judges, barristers, bailiffs etc,) all "look the same" so they all don the same type of wigs and clothing!  Remember when the Speaker of the House of Commons used to wear one?  It seems odd now.


    I doubt if barristers would be involved in your friends divorce though, not unless there had been a crime involved during their seperation, it would be solicitors dragging their feet so they can make more money!

  10. 37 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    Anybody might if they end up getting charged with something they're innocent of.


    There's a difference between solicitors & barristers though and I'm not sure what it is. Are barristers more highly qualified and so charge more?

    In the UK a barrister represents you in court, hence their wigs and cloaks.  A solicitor deals with matters out of court (paperwork basically).  A barrister usually has more qualifications too and is on more money.


    In the U.S. it's different, they are simply known as lawyers and do both jobs.

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  11. 1 hour ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

    They'd better not strike, I fucking love coffee? 🙃

    I see what you did there lol


    ...it would make more sense a coffee shop worker striking rather than a highly paid lawyer!



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  12. 1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    I'm always incredulous at the unemployability of so many people who are even in managerial roles

    I see this all the time, some of it is when they employ people straight from university, who have no experience on the shop floor, who just think the stuff they've read always applies to every situation when it can be quite obvious they are wrong, they never admit it though and insist on continuing with their way of doing things.

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  13. 16 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

    They also run all the hand car washers.

    Lol, i always pay these guys to wash my car.  I cannot stand washing a car, plus I don't have a driveway to do it safely.  I think in all the years i have owned a car i think i have washed a car myself twice in total....  Some people take great pride in washing their cars and do it religiously every Sunday (and get very upset at the slightest scratch on their paintwork), but then i am not a huge car enthusiast and just see driving as a necessary evil!

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  14. 11 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    And then of course they just send this money back home to their families, who end up comparatively wealthy there as a result.

    Yes and that's the reason why our country is getting poorer, not this "people are not working hard enough" bullshit.  


    I once worked with an Asian guy of Indian heritage, he constantly worked overtime, even sold his holidays back to the company.  I questioned him on this, jokingly saying you mustn't like your family very much to want to be at work all of the time....


    He explained to me how he was always sending the money back to his family in India, that they were once a poor family of farm workers and with all the money he had been sending them (he had been doing this over the course of 20 years) his family now owned not just the farm they worked on, but the neighbouring farms too!


    After thinking about this for a bit I actually thought "well I don't blame them for taking advantage", and maybe they have actually taken back some of India's wealth that we had taken from them during the Empire days....  The Government blames us for not working hard enough instead.  They lost their slaves from the Empire so their own citizens must become "more productive".

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  15. 6 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    But then again, just from observation, the foreign staff in the places I go to, really do work harder. No slouching off to check their phones every 2 mins, no gabbling and gossping, the cafes are cleaner and not allowed to look like a state.

    I have noticed that too, but where i work the foreign workers are also slouching off and constantly on the phones too.  It's bad management that's to blame, much like the country is badly managed by every government.  It's typical divide and conquer tactics, blame the majority next to you rather than the minority above you.

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  16. 8 hours ago, andy1033 said:

    I wonder who leaked the audio?

    "Team Sunak" probably!  It's one big circus.  Like we have a say in it anyway..... Just imagine what these cunts are saying behind closed doors that isn't leaked!  I can't say what I really want to happen to these wankers as my post will be removed and probably have the anti-terror police knocking at my door.


    They are getting more and more blatant with how they want to enslave us yet the general population still do fuck all about it, so maybe they have a point in saying people are lazy.  Other countries are much quicker at having revolutions too, maybe she should think about that!

  17. On 7/29/2022 at 10:50 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

    BBC Coverage team - 1 black woman, 1 black man, a lesbian and a dwarf.


    As my OH said, sounds like the start of a joke.


    (For the record, I have always rather liked Denise Lewis).


    I think straight white men should complain to the BBC and ask why they are being under-represented, it's only fair.  I can't stand Clare Balding but at least there's no more of that vile man Lenny Henry.

  18. On 7/29/2022 at 8:51 PM, bamboozooka said:

    all the cars in the stadium

    built in birmingham so they most probably are broken down so not polluting anything



    I thought this was rather odd, they encourage people to use public transport to the events, vast areas of the west midlands are unable to use certain roads during the events, then they celebrate cars?  Wtf....


    Going down the M6 to work earlier i saw a fleet of Teslas with commonwealth games livery plastered all over them, doubt they will be hindered by any road closures!

  19. 5 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    not everyone has the keys to unlock the door and access that knowledge

    It's not just you that's doing this so don't take my following remarks personal (it's also others that keep on about "symbols" and that "numerology" BS that I see cropping up time to time.... 9+11=20 the 20 is a special number it crops up everywhere!   It's a "symbol"!!!!


    Their is a belief you have some esoteric knowledge, that you are far cleverer than other people, when in fact you are imagining stuff. You're putting odd things together and making assumptions. The very symbols you are on about are from other people's imaginations.

    5 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    so was manchester the only city that had a bee hive then?

    Why do you take everything in such a literal and absolute manner?  "This one abstract thing must mean this actual thing is going on...." Is how your brain works.  It isn't a normal way of thinking.  That's why others don't have these "keys" you allude to.


    Beliefs and knowledge are two different things. 

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