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  1. I'd say yes. You noticed how weird people are acting at the moment, everything from knife crime to road rage, to just vacant stares. Something's not right in Kansas that's for sure.
  2. It's a form of mind control, the drones being good drones. The fear campaign was so successful against the mentally infirm that they never stood a chance, and the odds of most of them returning to a normal life are long gone now. Kids in mask, testing, it's all child abuse.
  3. Should have had the pedsetrian England team of the early to mid 90s built around him, but he would have never fit the mould, too much of a free thinker.
  4. Fucking ace, what a set of wankers ha ha.
  5. It will be an ex-woman footballer knowing the way football is going.
  6. Hope the two cunts in the photo look back one day and cringe.
  7. Whilst this was an establishment job, one of the alleged deceased was in the same class as my mates sister. The girl concerned was married, her husband is still around, but she isn't. Not sure if she was killed as part of a false flag or simply given a new life. But yeah the story of the whole thing is total shite and something you can't really discuss in Manchester.
  8. It's that time again...obviously something is being planned if this prize manure is being brought back into the spotlight. https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/showbiz-news/exhausted-kate-garraway-very-fretful-24209180 Kate Garraway has given her loyal followers an update on her husband's condition, explaining she is feeling 'exhausted and very fretful'. The Good Morning Britain host revealed Derek Draper had been 'in and out of hospital' in a social media post over the weekend. She has been sharing updates on her husband's health after the former political lobbyist turned psychotherapist was hospitalised with coronavirus in March 2020. The virus 'wreaked havoc' on his body, leaving him in a coma before he had to spend more than a year in hospital. He returned to the family home in April 2021 where he receives 24 hour care. While Derek, 54, had made progress, Kate, 55, has told fans Derek's battle is far from over with his continuous trips to the hospital of late. READ MORE: ITV Soccer Aid viewers can't believe their eyes as Robbie Williams wears sequinned double denim to perform Angels Sharing a video of flowers and trees shivering in the wind to her Instagram page, Kate wrote: "So Derek has been in and out of hospital a lot recently - hopefully, the wonderful health teams will help him improve but I woke up early feeling exhausted & very fretful. "As you know my garden is my #happyplace so came out for some #calm and to get stuck into some weeding & planting. It’s been ages since have been able to & I really missed it but nature hasn’t me. The flowers are blooming, fruits growing, leaves dancing in the breeze." She then added: "Am sure there’s a message in there somewhere for how life finds a way, and I certainly feel better for being in amongst it. Now to get my hands dirty & get stuck in! #happysundayeveryone and hope you find some joy! Kate with her husband, Derek Draper (Image: ITV) Kate, who also hosts a show on Smooth Radio as well as being a regular face on ITV, was then flooded with support as fans also shared how their gardens also helps them. @welliesnpaws said: "Hope things improve for you soon Kate , so glad you have your beautiful garden to keep you calm." @lynbloodworth commented: "Hope Derek gets much better soon. Happy gardening." @godstonefarm shared: "We really hope that things get better and are glad that you are able to get out in your garden for some much needed calm." @heather.graves.94 replied: "Beautiful garden Kate. Sending good wishes and hope for a good recovery for Derek. Hang on in there." Following her birthday early last month, Kate said she had been suffering 'dramas' at home. Co-hosting GMB alongside Adil Ray on May 5, the day after her birthday, her co-star asked: "Were you celebrating recently?" as she responded: "I don't feel like it's happened really as we've had various dramas at home." While Kate didn't elaborate on her issues at home at the time, fans know that Kate helps care for her husband Derek as well as look after their two children, 16-year-old Darcey and Billy, 12.
  9. City confirmed Haaland. Divs gonna run away with the 'title' next year.
  10. Struggled to find the right emoticon for this, went with sad in the end, as couldn't find the emoticon depicting a child killer or toilet cottaging rent boy. Either way no surprise this piece of shit is getting rewarded by other pieces of shit for being a piece of shit.
  11. Steve Bull was an incredible player, the fact you never hear his name mentioned in mainstream circles these days is a travesty. The price he would command today would be astronomical, not that he would ever leave Wolves obviously.
  12. As long as one of the heat waves is named 'scorchio' or possibly 'Chris Waddle' I'll be happy.
  13. If anyone except the current crop of satanic psychos were behind it, I might consider it. Nutritionally I don't think there's much wrong with insects, it's more the agenda behind it that would make me refuse.
  14. Yes mate, I'm United, remember watching a friendly back in the 90s against Saudi Arabia on tv, and seeing Wembley rocking to 'stand up if you hate Manu'. I despise the England set up.
  15. Football was stolen from the working man and it's never coming back, supporting England at a major tournament appears now to be almost a form of virtue signalling, akin to mask wearing. The looks people give me when I say I don't give a fuck about the national side, it's like I've not be jabbed ha ha.
  16. Yeah, no idea about the second one, but that Saville thread was incredibly detailed and named names with evidence. The second hack, I presume might have been at attempt to stop the forum ever gathering such a large amount of members and momentum ever again. It may have worked, there are less members and more 'agitators' these days I guess. But clearly when you are over the target, some one somewhere steps in.
  17. Personally hope England get badly beaten in every match, can't stand the national team, the FA, or most of their fanbase. And anyone playing that fucking anthem and singing it, gets my absolute scorn.
  18. Talking of the Jimmy Saville thread in this thread, I'm personally of the opinion that the hack was done on purpose to destroy the information contained within that thread. That thread had so much detail, so many names, so many links and dots connected, that someone wanted it gone. Hence the whole of the old forum was removed. Just my opinion.
  19. Every single one of those people is a total and irredeemable cunt.
  20. Controlled or not, he's saying what most people feel and think. The fact Youtube haven't booted him totally yet, is slightly troubling though. I'm giving him the benefit so far as he seems to know exactly what the fuck is going on (well as much as we can do).
  21. https://hugotalks.com/2022/06/03/tesco-biometric-payments-only-by-2023-hugo-talks/
  22. Fuck all went to court, as if it did he may have had to answer other accusations... https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/jul/31/underage-girl-forced-to-have-sex-with-prince-andrew-us-court-document-jeffrey-epstein
  23. No chance, those reptiles can go fuck themselves but I may light a candle for those missing Canadian children.
  24. Mass shooting at a medical facility, he'll probably be identified as an 'anti-vaxxer' or similar bollocks. Shooter as usual shot himself, so the only narrative will be the official one. They are fucking desperate to get those guns. https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/world-news/tulsa-shooting-four-known-dead-24127034 Four are people are known to have died in a fatal shooting incident in the US city of Tulsa. It was unclear what prompted the deadly assault however, at this stage it is that that an unidentified gunman fired both a handgun and a rifle during the attack at a medical building. The alarm was raised in the city on Wednesday and police have gone on-record to describe the scene as “catastrophic. The tragic news comes just a week after 21 people were killed in a separate shooting in the US state of Texas. Tulsa Police Department deputy chief Eric Dalgleish confirmed the number of dead and said the gunman also was dead, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. “Officers are currently going through every room in the building checking for additional threats,” police said in a Facebook post just before 6pm local time. READ MORE: Shocking Texas school shooting details emerge as grief engulfs Uvalde “We know there are multiple injuries, and potentially multiple casualties.” Police responded to the call three minutes after dispatchers received the report and made contact with the gunman one minute later, Mr Dalgleish said. Police captain Richard Meulenberg also said multiple people were wounded and that the medical complex was a “catastrophic scene”. Police and hospital officials said they were not ready to identify the dead. St Francis Health System locked down its campus on Wednesday afternoon because of the situation at the Natalie Medical Building. The Natalie building houses an outpatient surgery centre and a breast health centre. Tulsa resident Nicholas O’Brien, whose mother was in a nearby building when the shooting occurred, told reporters that he rushed to the scene. “They were rushing people out. I don’t know if some of them were injured or just have been injured during the shooting, but some of them couldn’t walk very well. But they were just kind of wobbling and stumbling and getting them out of there,” he said. “I was pretty anxious. So once I got here and then I heard that she (his mother) was OK, the shooter had been shot and was down, I felt a lot better. It still is horrible what happened,” Mr O’Brien said. The shooting on Wednesday comes eight days after an 18-year-old gunman armed with an automatic rifle burst into Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, and killed 19 children and two teachers before being fatally shot himself. The recent Memorial Day weekend saw multiple mass shootings nationwide, even as single-death incidents accounted for most gun fatalities. Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were also at the scene, a spokesperson said. A reunification centre for families to find their loved ones was set up at a nearby high school.
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