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  1. 9 hours ago, 1velocity7 said:

    they gonna ban crossbows

     

     


    Watched all of that, thanks 1velocity7. 
     

    Interesting to see Sue Sims who headed up the hunt for Raoul Moat, and has had much media attention since that time in 2010. Your clip even mentions Gazza at the end. 
     

    Remember that?! It all seemed like such a big cover up, but anyway … 

     

    Today’s news made me feel immediate sympathy for the family, however the news itself is just full to bursting with the usual ‘repetitive’ words … and there are more questions than answers. And as usual none of the ‘folks’ asked to comment appear to have a mind of their own?! 
     

    This is just one link that mentions Sue Sims and a sky podcast

     

     https://news.sky.com/story/amp/storycast-21-nobody-knew-what-raoul-moat-would-do-next-the-police-chief-who-led-the-uks-most-notorious-manhunt-12296685

     

  2. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2024/07/06/patrick-vallance-starmer-science-minister-covid-conflict/

     

    “ Lockdown critics hit out as Sir Patrick Vallance made science minister “

     

    “ Reform’s Richard Tice says appointment is ‘major conflict of interest’ that is ‘protecting the objective of the Covid Inquiry’

     

    6 July 2024
     
    “ Lockdowns were catastrophic “ 
     

    “ Mr Tice told The Telegraph: “The reality is that we’ve been proven right on lockdowns, they were catastrophic at every level. “ 

     

    “ His concerns were echoed by Molly Kingsley, the founder of UsForThem, a parents’ group that fought to keep schools open during the pandemic. “

     

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  3. It’s all Liz Truss’s fault

    By Patrick Clarke on Jul 02, 2024

    https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/so-its-all-the-fault-of-liz-truss/
     

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    “ Gove asserted that the Truss administration, and particularly the mini-Budget of her Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng, had destroyed the Conservative Party’s reputation of being the party for ‘sound economic management’.

     

    Nothing to do with the billions wasted on the covid lockdowns, the discredited PPE contracts, paying people to stay at home instead of working and spending their earnings, businesses shut down and the rest of it.

     

    Nothing to do with the insane commitment to Net Zero. Nothing to do with the destruction of meritocracy that is the flipside of the obsession with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Nothing to do with the own goals of the sanctions imposed on Russia since the invasion of Ukraine which have had an immense impact on energy costs across Europe. Nothing to do with the insupportable level of mass migration during the last few years, placing intolerable burdens on public services including education, housing, transport and health.


    No, it’s all down to the 45 days of the Truss administration. “ 

     

    End quote

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  4. World Council for Health in Bath, UK

     

    “ During Monday's episode of Better Way Today, Professor Karina Acevedo-Whitehouse will summarize the fundamental motives and content of her groundbreaking book Adverse Effects: A Critical Review of COVID-19 Vaxgenes, the most comprehensive publication on the science of the different vaxgenes (Covid gene therapy injections). 

    The book is a must-read for anyone with questions about the science, from approval trials to mechanisms of action, adverse effects, the future, and the consequences of these injections. 
     

    Adverse Effects: A critical Review of Covid Vaxgenes “

     

    Watch live at 7pm UK time on Monday 10th June 

     

    https://worldcouncilforhealth.org/newsroom/

     

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  5. https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/chris-pratt-stunt-double-dead-mcfarr-b2546452.html?utm_term=pos1&utm_source=taboola&utm_medium=related&utm_campaign=embed1

     

    Chris Pratt’s stunt double Tony McFarr dies aged 47

     

    Antonio “Tony” McFarr, who worked as a stunt double for Chris Pratt in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 and two of the Jurassic World films, has died. He was 47.

    The news was confirmed to TMZ by McFarr’s mother, Donna, who said that he died on Monday (13 May) at his home, just outside Orlando, Florida. She said that his death was “unexpected and shocking” as he was “healthy and active”. 

    A cause of death has not yet been determined. However, the Orange County Medical Examiner said an autopsy has taken place, and his cause of death is pending toxicology results, according to Deadline. 

    His death was also listed on the website of Wylie-Baxley Funeral Home in his hometown of Merritt Island, Florida.

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  6. GB News Headliners Thursday 16th May 2024

     

    Scott Capurro says; 

     

    “This is a photo of the queen snatching flowers away from children who look quite terrified, she’s making jokes about Charles dying, it’s quite hard to read, but anyway there’s another story about taxes …”

     

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  7. 11 hours ago, 1velocity7 said:

    my first thought was hes surrounded by flames


    Yes, that’s an interesting thought. Reminds me of Greta’s fire quote, and wild fires. Fire is a reset? 
     

    I suppose red is significant.

     

    This has given the media something to talk about. Love it or hate it …

  8. 23 minutes ago, 1velocity7 said:

    wtf

    ok all you symbolism spotters out there, do your thang

     

     

    Another interesting quote from the article above.
     

    Did the artist notice any obvious change in the man after he became King?

     

    Yeo says he's spotted "a physical change" in politicians he's painted in the past. "They physically look and feel different when they're in high office or out of it."

    Yeo adds the King "had already been gaining presence and stature by the time I started it, and it went up a level again when he became King, as you'd expect".

  9. 6 minutes ago, 1velocity7 said:

    wtf

    ok all you symbolism spotters out there, do your thang


    Thanks 1velocity7. Interesting read.
     

    I cut a few quotes out of the article you shared.
     

    The vivid red work, measuring about 8ft 6in by 6ft 6in, is by Jonathan Yeo, who has also painted Tony Blair, Sir David Attenborough and Malala Yousafzai.

     

    "In history of art, the butterfly symbolises metamorphosis and rebirth," he explains, fitting for a portrait being painted of a monarch who has recently ascended to the throne.

     

     

    Yeo says it was Charles' idea … "He said 'what about a butterfly landing on my shoulder?'".

     

    The sittings ended before the King's cancer was diagnosed. " (He) didn't seem like someone who was physically exhausted".

     

    He was "in good spirits" ( That phrase us so overused )

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  10. 1 hour ago, XelNaga said:

    It's like they have a jab-fetish.


    There was a long discussion about this ‘jab’ on the news this morning. It occurred to me, once again, that the use of the word ‘jab’ was ‘well taught’ / ingrained in the last 4 years, and now it can be slipped in anywhere and everywhere? 
     

    They’re always selling something, always mixing fact with fiction, and feigning concern for the people. 
     

    ( The amount of pills and injections that people are already on, especially the elderly. )

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  11. GB News Headliners 

    10/05/24 @ 23:32

     

    Cameron say’s government has stopped funding disinformation index 

     

    Josh; This is about the website Unherd … Andrew Doyle puts a lot of information on there … They blacklisted Unherd … It turns out we’ve given them £2.6 million over the years … They’ve overstepped their narrative …

     

    Lewis Schaffer; “Why were the government giving them money?! “ … “ Rishi Sunak and the people that came before him can’t be trusted. “
     

    “ They (Unherd) were coming out against Covid. They were one of the first people to come out against Covid … “

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  12. In the same article;

     

    “ Oak View Group, which owns the arena, has blamed defects with parts of its ventilation system for recent cancellations”.

     

    I wonder if that’s a new prevent Covid ventilation system?! 
     

    Seems to me the UK’s biggest venue is still getting publicity, one way or another. 

  13. 1 hour ago, factJack said:

    Wonder what the real story is?


    Me too Jack. It wasn’t in the initial story, maybe the next day; that co-op are the sponsors, not the owners. I’ve felt for a while that the co-op brand would be destroyed, along with many things that connect us to the past in England.
     

    I’m curious about the potential offers for compensation, and the drive to encourage people to protect themselves by paying by card, and not buying from third party sellers. 
     

    I notice that Liam Gallagher got in on the publicity seeking. 

  14. Yesterday an 80 year old housebound lady was offered a home visit for a covid jab, and it's so hard to get an appointment like that for anything else isn't it.

     

    I wonder if she agreed to it out of the original fear she had that "there's a lot of it about", stirred up by phone calls from the surgery. She doesn't even go out, and they obviously can't be bothered to help with her ailments.

     

    She vowed she wouldn't have another jab after the last two 'crippled' her arm for about 72 hours, but enough time has passed for her to sort of forget and they got to her before anyone could stop them.

     

    A year ago I think she said to me "next time they're going to put one in each arm".

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