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  1. It's at 33 Credibility Street? Pull the other one it's got hearts on. Bleedin' hearts. Again. Thanks for sharing DrFrankSmart, that photo rings a bell, not sure when I first saw it.
  2. Thank you JCP I'm particularly interested in salt, the hysteria against salt reminded me very much of covid and germ fear, and every other fear through the ages. The fear of salt only ever refers to table salt with it's corrosive chemical, and the discussion of other salts like sea and rock salt is completely ignored. Everyone knows salt is bad for your health ... oh yes, who started that theory ...?! How does the sole make you feel? Do you gargle and snort salt water like they do in the med? Someone recommended I drink water out of a blue bottle. I haven't forgotten, although I haven't tried it yet.
  3. Yes we look at resignations in a different light. It's all part of the process. On the radio I heard them compare Sunak and Javid to the Blair and Brown collaboration, also said they would be very surprised if they hadn't made a deal together on who does what ( I would call it in cahoots as I love that expression )
  4. A few words from Sajid Javid's resignation speech ... I only caught some, but I wonder how much is hidden there in plain sight. There is nothing more important than the heath of the people Honesty and integrity Great democracies Bring the country together Loyalty I'm a team player Treading the tight rope between loyalty and integrity I continued to give the benefit of the doubt Enough is enough Matters could have been handled better I appreciated his kind and humble words and the letter he has sent to me (Johnson) The reset button can only be pressed so many times The problem starts at the top and I believe that is not going to change So the people who have the responsibility need to make this change It is a choice and I know how difficult that choice is Our reputation depends on gaining the public trust We believe in decency, freedom and democracy Trust has been undermined The one thing we can control is our decency and standards I got into politics to do something not to be somebody (said something about being a husband and father and that being enough) Mike Graham; "Making a few slip ups there. First he said it doesn't start from the top and then he said it does?" Caller; It's just madness, Boris hasn't got a plan. (Yeah sure, not much !!)
  5. I'm interested in Zahawi's swift journey, having first noticed him with his role in the vaccines, related to Handcock's fake departure etc. I've edited a section of Wikipedia to check on his 'appointments' in parliament. Zahawi was co-founder of international Internet-based market research firm YouGov of which he was chief executive until 2010 and was until 2018, chief strategy officer for Gulf Keystone Petroleum. After the retirement of previous Conservative MP John Maples, he was elected for Stratford-upon-Avon in 2010. Zahawi joined May's government as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families in the 2018 cabinet reshuffle. Following Boris Johnson's appointment as PM, he was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Business and Industry, and in 2020, was given additional responsibility for the COVID-19 vaccination programme as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for COVID-19 Vaccine Deployment. In the 2021 cabinet reshuffle he was promoted to Johnson's cabinet as Secretary of State for Education. In the July 2022 cabinet reshuffle, he became the Chancellor of the Exchequer after the resignation of Rishi Sunak.
  6. I respect Jon Rappoport, and have been lucky to listen to him on and off for nearly 20 years. As we're being bombarded, I haven't checked in with him for a month or so, but I enjoy his writing style, experience and insights. Once I start reading it's quite hard to stop. Jon's a great age now, with a vast wealth of knowledge. I appreciate him more than I can say. Thanks HAARPING_On, for sharing this which I've taken the liberty of editing to perhaps encourage some who are not familiar with Jon, or are short of time to read it all. Like us all now It also helps me to absorb it a bit more, which is a pleasure for want of a better description
  7. Wonderful, really interesting letter signed from Bo-Nut to Rishi. Also mentions 6 million. Says a lot in a short space. Lying F××Kers. None of this would stand up to genuine scrutiny and independent media's questions. And ours, of course. Once you know you know eh. Fascinating, disturbing, sickening to watch the theft of the country. They give only so they can take away. I still think it's better to know than not know.
  8. Are Fetal Cells Used to Make Vaccines? Paul A. Offit, MD, discusses the use of fetal cells to make vaccines and the Catholic Church’s interpretation of the use of vaccines made in this manner. https://www.chop.edu/centers-programs/vaccine-education-center/video/are-fetal-cells-used-make-vaccines 2 minute video with transcript, also available on YouTube. ... "But the answer to the question, "Is there a residual or very small, small, small quantities of trace DNA from those original abortions in the vaccines that I just mentioned?" The answer is yes" ... I don't know why all of this is not common knowledge, when there is so much information available.
  9. Talk Radio - Ian Collins - phone in on the reintroduction of masks. Started with five minutes debate between Prof David Livermore and Dr Bharat Pankhania. I must say the comments are much more balanced than they used to be? I'll post some of the commentary later ...
  10. On the news the mayor of Philadelphia said he doesn't look forward to these events like July 4th, as he said "I'm waiting for something bad to happen all the time". That's how we're meant to feel about everything in life now, isn't it?! I'll get ill, I'll get hurt, I'll die. No, I don't think so.
  11. I saw an advert for a coin of Prince William. It looked nothing like him? The sales pitch said he's proud of his military service. Just posting this here as other posters had a recent interest in the royal family, hope that's ok
  12. I spoke to a man who was in the fire service during lockdown. He said life didn't change much for him, but that he felt sorry for people who were stuck in built up areas with no green spaces. I had so much I would have discussed with him, but he quickly mentioned that he hopes it doesn't happen again, and said his friend caught covid when his son came back from Uni. He then caught pneumonia. Now his iron count is low (3 instead of 33, I think he said), and now he has to have an iron injection, like they gave to pregnant women? He feels like he hasn't he energy to pick up a pen. Iron defincy? Why? I asked about vaccines. He's had 4. If he hadn't had them he'd probably have died. Apparently ... Over and out ...
  13. Just taking the opportunity to say that I like this thread, there are some remarkable photos and comments here. Many thanks Shy Talk.
  14. Yes Burley, 60, who returned to Sky News on 7 June, told the Daily Mail: “I thought I was Covid-compliant. I wasn’t. I made a mistake. I was an idiot and I let myself and my viewers down. I’m sorry for what I did and for any heartache I caused the loyal friends with me at the time. I was appropriately sanctioned"... “I paid for my mistake, quite rightly' she said ... She stepped aside "for a period of reflection" One of the founding presenters of Sky News 32 years ago. I notice how she had to mention heartache? Why? We won't forget her in a hurry.
  15. There are very few people that I actually detest, but Dr Hilary Jones, Susanna Reid, Phillip Scofield and Holly Willoughby are the ones that stand out for me. The way they worked constantly to scare the public, with their one rule for us attitude. Hilary 'I'm off to Wimbledon' is one of the worst. What a lying fake scumbag. Bad actor.
  16. I'm so pleased to hear that and I feel very proud of you and your people. It's very encouraging as theres nothing much worse than feeling there's nothing you can do. Thank you XelNaga
  17. The article above was written by Paul Twocock; previously interim chief executive at Stonewall, the charity for LGBTQ+ ( Is that a stage name? ) From the Guardian article there is a link to the Stonewall website with details of workshops in the Autumn ... https://www.stonewall.org.uk/events/digital-workshop-preparing-lgbtq-inclusive-black-history-month Digital Workshop - Preparing for an LGBTQ+ Inclusive Black History Month Black History Month is a celebration of all Black life, including Black LGBTQ+ people, and your plans for the month should reflect this. It's an opportunity for us all to better understand and highlight the work and contributions of Black LGBTQ+ people, which are too often forgotten and erased. It's also a time to reflect on our own LGBTQ+ inclusion work, to better understand why Black LGBTQ+ people are expecting worse outcomes in the working world, in order to ensure that we're taking proactive steps to celebrate, represent and centre equality for Black LGBTQ+ people. Join us for a two-hour interactive digital workshop at 10:30 on 08 September 2022. Digital Workshop - Creating a Bi Inclusive Organisation Bi Visibility Day is an important day in September. It is a great opportunity to celebrate your bi colleagues and reflect on your inclusion practices. We know that bi people experience higher levels of discrimination than their gay and lesbian colleagues. When creating LGBTQ+ inclusive workplaces, it's important to ensure that bi people aren't left behind. You'll leave the session better equipped to be a positive and active ally. We will explore bi identities and experiences, and practical steps towards bi inclusion. Join us at 10:30 am on 23 September 2022 for a two-hour interactive workshop hosted on Zoom.
  18. This is more and more like the invasion of the bodysnatchers? Friends creator Marta Kauffman donates $4m to apologise for lack of diversity. https://popculture.com/tv-shows/news/friends-co-creator-shares-emotional-apology-over-controversial-aspect-classic-show/ Also in the Times, Telegraph Independent ... Despite previously dismissing critics who said the NBC series wasn't diverse enough, the showrunner sees now that they were right. "Admitting and accepting guilt is not easy," Kauffman told The LA Times on June 29. "It was after what happened to George Floyd that I began to wrestle with my having bought into systemic racism in ways I was never aware of," "That was really the moment that I began to examine the ways I had participated. I knew then I needed to course-correct." David Schwimmer had previously been critical of the series, sharing that he believes the show should have done more to uplift Black actors.
  19. I enjoy seeing different coins. There's been so many that I've liked. That is revolting. It's all coming out in the open, as prophesied / predicted. They think there's nothing we can do about it.
  20. I'm not aware of the countries that resisted the restrictions, that's something I kept meaning to look into. It cut me when I heard a little girl say she couldn't play on the swings because they were too close to each other. That was when the parks were taped up, and the benchs too. I've spoken to people in Greece and Cyprus and hearing them talk about the restrictions they faced left me with feelings that are hard to put into words. It certainly screamed globalisation to me for starters. A shared problem ... etc
  21. The news and radio is 24/7 Chris Pincher ( Distractions, agenda, destroy trust and confidence, destroy relationships, listen to the weak and easily offended, as usual ) https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/chris-pincher-mp-tory-support-groping-b2114435.html Chris Pincher: Suspended MP ‘seeking medical support’ after groping claims. Also said he would ‘co-operate fully’ with inquiry into his alleged behaviour. What exactly is medical support? And I heard on the radio that Chris Pincher touched a young male MP's knee and said he'd go far in the party. Big deal. Look how far society has come that this is news. Teaching youngsters that a passing touch is worse than someone stealing your culture, prospects, inheritance, and the freedom to speak, and to focus on the positives in life. And also constantly blurring what is genuine assault? And what is something comparitively harmless? That I personally would have handled myself without the need to be rescued by a boss, a media, and most definitely a Government. Real crimes are ignored and actually condoned. Life has become petty. In America they used to say Government is best which governs least. We can take care of ourselves thank you. IMO.
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