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  1. Just now, Morpheus said:

    You need 10 people's signatures to get the ball rolling, the rest will need me to campaign. 

    Go for it then. That's the easy bit. The rest is quite a complex and possibly exspensive exercise of raising your profile enough that the small % of people who actualy vote and may very well be life long labour or tory voters have heard of you sufficiently they change their voting habits 


    That's why opposing an unpopular bypass or some such is a good starting point 

  2. Just now, HeartSpirit said:

    In my opinion we don’t need any political parties and members of parties, what we need is totally independent MPs that answer to nobody other than the people who voted for them. Anyone who is a member of a party always has to toe the party line, which is absolutely what we don’t want as it is always the opposite of what is good for the people and usually goes against any common sense or logic. 

    I dont disagree. But that is not at all how the world ,at least this bit of it ,works.


    We know the whole institution is corrupt. How can you ever hope to change that with Democratic means with out first putting you nose in the trough 

  3. Just now, Morpheus said:

    I don't want anything to do with any of these parties. I'd rather go it alone. 👍

    Hard to get elected as an independent unless you have some buring local issue to exploite. 


    It seems fine by me to use there time money and resouces to be a wooden horse candidate to then expose them.


    But I'm a cheap skate

  4. Just now, Morpheus said:

    The best thing I've seen you write on this site so far. 


    I totally agree, we ALL need to get politically active in our local areas, start getting a group of you, friends, colleagues and start getting elected to your local council. You don't have to join a party, you can go independent and only require 10 people's signatures for this. It's definitely something I'm looking into right now because I'm fed up. 


    I was warned by my father they'd only out vote me and I said that was fine, but it would depend what it is they're voting against, because after that I'd just look to expose the corruption and seek yo oust these arseholes out. 


    I am equally aware by this point that people would no doubt come after me, but I'd rather die on my feet than my knees and as you quite rightly pointed out, it's the only legal means necessary to engage these pricks. Play them at their own game. 


    Who's with me? Tumble weed........

    It's not particularly hard to get yourself as a candidate for one of the established parties. Just say all the right things. Then once elected they cant get rid of you for years.


    You can amuse yourself just messing things up and gobbling off whilst collecting your expenses.


    A sort of nigel Farage of the local council 

  5. 29 minutes ago, JCP said:


    Of course everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but that must also mean that you discount the revelations of Serge Monast and Project Blue Beam. His story dovetails Carrol Rosin's but he gives more detail and is from different sources. It may not fit with your worldview. With all of the things people need to be concerned with these days, I wouldn't suggest that anyone place a fake alien invasion at the top of their list of things to worry about; however people should be aware of this possibility in order to identify it, if it actually happens.



    As the chance of a convincing fake and a real alien invasion seem to be of much the same magnitude it's hard to see how being prepared for one helps with the other or how you could tell the differance 


    Let's face  it you would feel a bit silly if you protested and were taken out with an alien death ray.


    I'm failing to see why something simpler wouldnt work just as well or quite why you or they wouldnt think they all ready had a compliant.  Gullible population.  So much so that there seems little to be gained from a deception on this scale


    It looks like the cold war is back on, that worked very well for 50 years. Everyone living with the acceptance they could be eviscerated at 4 minutes notice but for the care of their leaders. Not that the fabled 4 min warning wasnt a fable in its self

  6. 34 minutes ago, JCP said:


    I couldn't find the date that particular video was made, but Carrol Rosin didn't expose their plan until 2001. I wouldn't prematurely draw a breath of relief because the cult operates in multi-generational time frames ......... not decades. They would also have to wait until the technology had been perfected to the degree that it was believable and people would buy into the hoax. In the description of the video below it states:




    I dont want to call her a fraud or delusional. 


    I mean who knows being full of cancer treatment drugs may have made her german mentor delusional. But this is apparently a private conversation that there is no way of verifying .


    And even if an accurate account from a non delusional mentor.  I'm not sure his undoubted skill at making rockets make him a good judge of American policy an unknown number of decades in the future.


    A fake alien invasion isnt impossible.  But it does seem highly improbable.  It seems less likely than an actual alien invasion to be honest


    Nether are at the top of my list of things  I worry about


    It also seem a bit rich that someone who spent five years perfecting how to drop rockets loaded with explosive on the population of London, should suddenly get concerned about civilian populations

  7. 22 minutes ago, factJack said:

    Russian warship sunk by Ukraine was ‘carrying ancient Christian relic piece of True Cross on which Jesus was crucified


    do you think is this total bs or symbolism? timing just right around easter.


    apologies for the scum newspaper link it was the only well known UK source. I discovered story on business insider.co.uk but I hadn't heard of that one before.

    What are you claiming Bs on. That it is indeed the true cross. I think that very unlikely. 


    The the war ship had a relic in it ? That may but almost certainly wasnt the true cross ? 


    thats a bit more likely but not by much

  8. 4 hours ago, jack121 said:


    The question was asked in the media today: Just what exactly is continuing to keep Boris Johnson in power?

    The answer the media is putting forward is that BJ's future is very much in the hands of the great british people, that democracy, fair play, party gate, fines, will all play a part, and that the upcoming elections and byelection in wakefield will give the beloved british people their say - along with media messages such as: please vote - don't forget to vote - if you don't be a compliant sheep and vote then you don't get a say in who runs the country.

    Perhaps this photo below may answer the question of why exactly BJ continues to stay in power:




    Here we have the prime minister of britain - and next to him is a dirty junkie, sell out traitor, satanic cocksucker, paedo, who sold out his own people. But can you guess which is which.



    What is keeping Johnson in power or the conservatives? The second is the complete 9inability of the labour party to come up with an electable leader or policies 


    What keeping Johnson in power is his complete lack of shame and his grip on the Tory parliamentary party . Coupled with the chancellor throwing him self under the bus and the lack of any other viable candidates.


    All that considered if you want him out. Voting in the local elections is the only feasible way of convincing Tory MP to get rid of him.


    I'm not at all convinced that even land slide losses will get rid of him. But it is the only practical or legal way to do it



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  9. 2 hours ago, eddy64 said:

    thought they could only take 100, obviously just a ploy to get people to vote conservative.  we all know it will not be allowed to work.

    I think that is extremely accurate. 


    Boris despite appearance to the contrary is a very clever man who has plotted his rise up the greasy pole of power with cynicism and focus groups/ opinion surveys


    What will get his core vote back onside ?  Tackling immigration  particularly channel migrants. That's what the focus groups are telling him


    He really only needs this to run for another couple of weeks till the local elections.  He has two years to hatch another plot for the elections 


    The more controversy it creates the more good it does him. It will almost certainly be ruled illegal by the high court. Which doesnt matter as he will still get credit for trying.

  10. Just now, DarianF said:


    The creationists are welcome to submit their manuscripts for publication, to be evaluated by real scientists. There's a reason all this stuff links back to creationist websites.

    This is what I find most strange about the whole affair 


    People who are of a conspiratorial mind and extremely sceptical of what they are told make by far the best scientist if they have the intellect to actualy go out and disprove established dogma.  We would be nowhere as a species if they didnt exist.


    For the rest of us. Insisting that claims are explained is a very healthy state of mind. But you do need the concentration span to get to the end of the explination.  Which does seem a bit lacking.


    But then some people doubt everything from one sub set of the population but lap up every word issued by another subset with no skepticism at all.


    This leaves them extremly vulnerable to being exploited. Yet they seem incapable of seeing their victimisation. In fact they seem to  embrace  it


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  11. 22 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    Darian has posted several times about speciation in support of evolution. My time is limited so there is only so much I can offer to this thread, but there are counter arguments to speciation that need pointing out.


    When it comes to speciation, it is important to understand firstly what is meant by species whereby the standard definition among evolutionary biologists entails a “reproductively isolated population”. However, this definition does not necessitate any significant biological change taking place between two populations. The definition of speciation therefore does not fit with the grander claims of Darwinian evolution whereby it is posited that higher biological forms can arise.


    An understanding of the difference between primary and secondary speciation is also helpful and the following link sets this out. https://www.discovery.org/a/10661/


    • Speciation by polyploidy is considered “secondary speciation” and occurs when hybridisation takes place in such as way which results in a doubling of chromosomes making reproduction possible. Polyploidy has only been observed in plants and also runs counter to Darwin's “hypothesis” that new species are produced via natural selection. Nor does polyploidy cause morphological change or support neo-Darwinian theory that speciation arises via geographic separation or genetic divergence.

    • Primary speciation – the splitting of one species into two by natural selection - is therefore apparently what needs to be shown to substantiate evolution and this has, according to molecular and cell biologist Jonathan Wells, never been found.


    The video by Bozeman Science posted by Darian is made up of examples which “may be” on their way to forming a new species. In addition to these videos, TalkOrigins compiled a list of 'Observed Instances of Speciation' in July 2011 which is commonly cited by pro-Darwin debaters as proof of the workings of evolution.




    To counter the TalkOrigins list, a paper by scientist and attorney Carey Luskin analyses the technical literature in 21 out of 30 of the claimed observations. For the other 9 examples, the author had not been able to easily access the original papers, some of which were very old. It was found that none of the examples could show that large scale evolutionary change had taken place and that the vast majority of cases did not even meet the standard definition of speciation.




    Regarding the examples more specifically in the Bozeman Science video:


    Fruit Flies


    Bozeman Science starts out by citing Diane Dodd's 1989 study which concerned feeding different populations of fruit flies different diets – four populations were given a starch based diet and another four populations a maltose-based medium. It was found that the flies preferred to mate with individuals which had been fed the same diet. This was hailed therefore as an example of reproductive isolation. Seriously?!


    At page 22 of his paper, Luskin points out the obvious that it was not that the two types of population were unable to interbreed and produce offspring, “it was just that they did so less than would be expected under normal random mating”. Also it cannot be said that they never interbred, and further papers have concluded reproductive isolation in this case was not complete and speciation was also not said to have occurred.


    As with all other similar fruit fly studies of speciation, of which many are examined throughout section 5.3 of Luskin's work, no significant morphological changes occurred between the populations. The fruit flies remained fruit flies and the different strains could be described as more akin to races rather than a different species.


    Plains Viscacha Rat


    This mammal, cited by Boseman Science as an example of polyploidy, was originally thought to have arisen through “hybridisation and chromosome doubling from an ancestor”. However, as is so often the case with evolutionary biology it would seem, doubt has been cast over the original hypothesis and Wikipedia can be reviewed to verify this.




    This study re-examined the alleged origins of the Plains Viscacha Rat and concluded that “polyploidy in mammals remains as unlikely as it always has been”.




    Polyploidy in Plants


    It is granted that hybridisation and polyploidy has been observed to occur among flowering plants including in one of the examples examined by Luskin in his paper. However, no significant biological changes have been observed in cases of plant polyploidy which is what the concept of evolution entails.


    I also reiterate the point above about how it has been said by critics that polyploidy (secondary speciation) is not sufficient to confirm evolution as natural selection is not involved.

    That's making a big deal out of the views of Casey luskins.


    Who somewhat deceptively calls him self a " scientist"  he has allegedly got " scientiific" qualifications. Though given his track record for telling lies that may be questionable. He is not however working as a scientist by any reasonable use of the term


     And He is not however qualifed in any sort of biological area at all. Even by his own admission.  


    He is very skilled at misinterpreting facts. Quote mining and just making things up in a way that sounds convincing to the layman. Possibly his qualification as a lawyer helps in this


       Luskins is paid by the discovery institute who's whole perpose is to take gullible people  and exploit them for their own ends.


     Luskins and his ilk are genuinely evil. They earn a good living from the gullible just delibrately deceiving them

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  12. 55 minutes ago, jack121 said:

    And they said it would never happen:  Supermarkets start rationing after shortages due to Ukraine war - their excuse for everything


    As the largest exporter of sunflower oil in the world, Ukraine caters to a big part of the British market.

    Together with Russia, the countries produce 80% of the household staple globally.

    But due to disruptions from the Black Sea area, stocks of oil are running low.

    Waitrose and Morrisons are now rationing products

    Both chains have put up signs in stores to let people know of the new restrictions – which serve as a painful reminder to the first Covid-19 lockdown when shelves were emptied of products like toilet paper and pasta.



    Do you know I never had the slightest problem buying pasta or toilet paper in the lock down or any other household staple come to that.


    Bicycle inner tubes were hard to find. 

  13. 1 hour ago, JCP said:

    Dr. Carol Rosin Talks About Wernher Von Braun And The Last Card (Alien Invasion) That NASA Will Play


    When was that filmed ? It must be decades old to make sense of the time line and her aparent age and the 1980s hair style.


    If the impending alien invasion hasnt happened in the last 30 odd years of be tempted to breath a sigh of relief 


    Maybe there is  grid lock near Polaris 

  14. 2 hours ago, Bombadil said:

    Maybe the plan with the vaccines is to replace needy old people with needy younger people. Resolves the pension problem, whilst still increasing profits from the others

    That might help the pharmaceutical companies or it might not. The govenment is just replacing one exspensive population with another


    The whole thing makes no financial or political sense. To anyone 


    First find a motive then find a conspiracy to fit

  15. 4 hours ago, pete675 said:



    Excellent points. As for 5) the aim might well be to reduce average life expectancy by a number of years, and so tackle the 'pensions time bomb'.


    The WEF even has a handy youtube video that tells us that working till 65, then receiving a pension for 5 years is economically sound and permissible. But peasants retiring at 65 and living for another twenty or twenty-five years, receiving a pension. is 'utterly unsustainable'.


    We have a pension time bomb because a) medical science has improved vastly and b) the govenment are prepared to pay for it.


    It's also some what counter inituative to implicate the drugs companies in a plot to kill old people when they are a key beneficiary of increased life expectancy


    And there are a lot simpler ways of reducing it than either releasing a vacine that ends up costing more than it saves or even just inventing a virus as a pretext for killing them another way

  16. 1 hour ago, Given To Fly said:


    I've just gone through this whole thread and the websites and 'scientists' you post links to also seem to support vaxx and efficacy of lockdowns and mask wearing 🤔

    Can you give a couple of examples of evolutionary biologists that have gone on the record about masks.


     I'm not doubting you. it's just not really their field of expertise 


    The problem with damming them for that is. If you ask a " scientist " how to stop a killer virus.  They will come up with more of less what we got. It's not out right wrong if the question is accurate 


    If you ask a sociologist if it will work or the damage it will do to society or an economist if it's good idea or a logistics  exspert if it can be organised.  Youl get a different answer


    As it is. The virus wasnt that deadly so every thing was over the top ( in fact at times completly irrational  . Not helped by the policemen enforcing laws that didnt exist)and ignored the people actually at risk nearly completly and no body considered the other issues at all it seems.


    Masks may have had at least some effect.  If they had been surgery grade.  What was commonly used were just placebos 



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  17. On 8/30/2021 at 6:08 PM, itsnotallrightjack said:


    I don't think you'd find them very amusing if they dumped stuff and blocked a road when you were trying to get to work or an important appointment. This bunch of fools stopped people visiting relatives in hospitals awhile back with their blocking roads.  

    Well no I wouldnt like it nor its seems did anyone else out side of a looney fringe.


    But they seem to be evolving in their protests. Grid locking london did nothing for gaining support for their cause. If fact it was a Pr disaster .


    Manure bombing the daily mail on the other hand gets them both publicity and support.


    As are the police evolving.  an arrest for breaking the highways act is a bit hard to justify under PACE


    A potential dangerous driving charge a lot more so

  18. 11 hours ago, rwkt said:



    This page posted April 15 2022.

    I am putting this important item from yesterday on top.


    A video has now surfaced that proves this.

    On April 6 I posted: (Scroll down to April 6, it really is there, I predicted right.)


    Now look at this video


    MORE OMINOUS: I am seeing the first whispers of the Chinese being "completely soulless" and "empty vessels" pop up on forums and social media. Such crap is always spewed about opponents in an upcoming war. The reality is that in every case the opponents are the same as anyone else, with different cultural spice applied.












    I'm not concvince by the argument that you can switch over a lot of factories to war production at all let alone in the time frame. Unless they are making war bicycles etc. 


    Or that China doesnt already have a munitions capability  that will meet its needs.


    China invading Taiwan however or those contested islands etc is far from unlikely . They may even fancy a bit of Russia.  With the Russians a) distracted and b) having demonstrated their army is rubbish 

  19. 1 hour ago, zArk said:

    well, yes however the gunners were using crap shells and werent actually aiming for londoners (the bosses were fiendish though)

    whereas the azov are completely fucking mental like the commies and will kill anyone, NEone , to accomplish their philosophy 


    commies are truely the worst mental fooks as they ultimately have to commit suicide to accompllish the goal of reset


    whereas the nazis will be scratching their heads wonderimg why everythjng is still shit after they finish their plan. 

    The gunners didnt know but the govenment did and kept doing it. Because...well that's an open question. They are estimated to have killed half the people who died in an average raid. So over a 100 a time whilst shooting down very nearly no planes at all.


    There were also no food shortages in Britain in WW2  . Less food perhaps of certain types  bananas perhaps and sugar. But not by much. Yet rationing was introduced 



  20. Just now, zarkov said:


    Just piles for my efforts ;)




    I am not ignoring the fact that life violates the law of entropy for a closed system.

    A contradiction whether you accept it or not.


    For energy to exist what else has to exist?








    Well nothing. Energy is the building block of the universe.  energy makes up every thing else


    Nb there isnt a law of entropy.  It's a law of thermodynamics.  


    Nnb a pile of stones is a wall 

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  21. 18 minutes ago, zarkov said:


    The life condition itself is a contradiction to entropy. A close system. Yet life emerges and increases in complexity as it matures.





    Thanks all the same ;)

    It's just occurred to me. You havent misunderstood the second law of thermodynamics.  You havent read it at all. Just picked something up off a web site and ran with it


    God I'm I'm slow today

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