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  1. June 1st Brighton Argus had a story that was leaked by a driver from Brighton and Hove buses about installing hidden microphones on buses to eavesdrop on passengers conversations, big bruv rearing it's ugly head yet once again? I couldn't read it all because you have to subscribe and, I won't do that!

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Here in Birmingham, I do know that buses have microphones, but they are not for eavesdropping on conversations, just for recording verbal abuse directed towards the drivers, from those passengers who think they are entitled to free travel when they are not.

  2. Just had a letter through from the UK army asking me to join, men aged between 18-35. Do you think if I claim getting shot at gives me anxiety they'll let me off conscription? I'd rather stay at home and be a house wife.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Simple really, if they're looking for "men aged between 18-35", then you just 'self-identify' as a 36 year old woman. 😝

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  3. I wonder if all these missing women believed to have fallen into the water, Nicola Bulley, Gaynor Lord, Clare Marshall, and now 80 year old Gloria Clarke, missing since New Year's Eve and feared to have fallen in the River Tees, are in some way being used to push the C.C.T.V. narrative? If we had more cameras everyone would be a lot safer scenario🤔

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Maybe people would be safer if there were fewer rivers? 🤨

       

      Strange though that the big 'headline stories' always involve women.

  4. My wife was watching Xmas songs and videos on tv while I cooked the Sunday dinner, and I remembered a post I did last xmas. They build you up with xmas songs and then, in the breaks they knock you back down again with adverts about funeral plans, homelessness at xmas, cancer treatment, etc. They never, ever, miss an opportunity to fuck with your head!

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Thankfully I only get to see 'telly' when I'm at my parents' over Christmas, but it's the same tired 'modus operandi' every year. Prior to Christmas Day, adverts are all for big supermarkets encouraging people to buy huge amounts of food. From Christmas Day onwards, any mention of Christmas disappears, and adverts are replaced with "Boxing Day sales", for sofas, beds, carpets, kitchens etc. As well as the inevitable 'holidays' adverts. Meanwhile on the lesser-viewed channels, its all charity appeals and begging for donations.

  5. The airport experience just prior to travelling gives you a clear reminder of where your place is and what your role is on planet earth, as far as the PTB are concerned. The reason this is particularly the case in an airport is because International travel is the closest most human beings can get to true and absolute freedom in this physical world. Upon entering airport security, you are literally 'herded' down several hundred feet of cordons, like sheep being herded by a sheepdog before coming out the other end, Lazarus like, into a glitzy, hyperreal consumerist 'heaven'; which gives you a final decisive assessment of your role as a human being on 21st century earth: a consumer.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Spot on! I haven't travelled from an airport since before the Covid scam, preferring to holiday in the UK now. There's such a rigmarole involved in travelling by plane, you do get used to it after a while so you know what to expect. But at the end of the day, when airlines tell you to arrive at the airport 2-3 hours before your flight is due to depart, the intention is to trap you in that 'departure lounge' (after passing through the 'Duty Free Shop') so you have plenty of time to have a drink, or something to eat, or to buy books or magazines, or buy cameras or suitcases etc etc (Seriously who buys a suitcase from a departure lounge shop?)

      In comparison, the last few times I have gone away has been by train - I can arrive at the station ten minutes before the train is due to depart, I don't have to go through any intrusive 'security screening', I don't have to 'check in' (apart from using my ticket at the barriers) and I can just go straight down to the platform. Yes, there are shops and stuff at New Street station in Birmingham, but you can just walk right past them if you have no interest.

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  6. A very crooked development…

    Bought a property you'd like to redevelop, but don't want the aggravation of planning permission or demolition? Easy, get some arsonists to burn it down and the council to demolish the rest for you!

    https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2023/08/06/a-very-crooked-development/

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      It is 'unusual', because as I've seen happen in the past - see my reference to the Vale Onslow building - buildings get burnt out by arsonists, then because the building is declared 'structurally unsound', it becomes the responsibility of the fire service or local council to demolish it, presumably to prevent any 'harm' to others. Saves the developers a bit of effort and money, but I guess it wouldn't have applied here, being as the Crooked House pub was in the middle of nowhere, unlike Vale Onslow which was on a busy main road through an inner-city suburb.

      Someone is clearly far too eager, and has been jumping the gun far too soon in an effort to get some wheels in motion, and I hope this will bite them back very severely!

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  7. Christmas TV - it's the same shit every year! Especially the adverts, and those goddamn 'charity appeals', if you add up all the amounts they ask you to 'donate every month', you'd soon end up very poor and in need of charity yourself!

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      Grumpy Owl

      No @DaleP I just happened to spend Christmas with my parents, only time I ever see any 'broadcast TV'. At least I was spared having to sit through Emmerdale and Coronation Street this year...

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  8. I was just thinking that why do people race about like headless chickens when Xmas approaches, spending money they can't afford, to buy presents for people they don't really like anyway or don't see very often? My own sister in law always insisted on having a receipt to go with whatever present people gave her! She always had the attitude that she wouldn't be seen dead in a pound shop or using the bus service, she was exactly like the family's very own version of Mrs Hyacinth Bucket! Her Mother and Father had a smallholding and were as down to earth as anyone could ever be, but to her way of thinking everything had to be done with a certain Panache!🤔

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      Grumpy Owl

      People have been socially engineered for years to believe that Christmas is all about spending money to buy gifts for people, and then to expect gifts in return. People have forgotten what Christmas is really all about, it's just another mass corporate consumerism frenzy.
      The best gift of all is to be able to have a couple of days away from work and spend time with your family, friends and loved ones.

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      Grumpy Owl

      You can also add 'viral shedding' and 'snake venom vaccines' I think.

       

      But this is basically how 'control of the alternative narrative' works - throw in some teasing truths and half-truths, and then put people of with some whopper disinfo.

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  10. If it was ok for Jodie Whittaker to get the title role in 'Dr. Who', then Liz Truss should get the title role in the upcoming 'Worzel Gummidge' reboot. She is nigh on there already, but Worzel sported better outfits. As for Tom Tugendhat, I swear I once saw him sucking blood, in one of those 60's/70's era vampire flicks.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Jodie Whittaker is a good actress. She was let down by some appalling storylines. The actors who play roles in the theatre of politics, are equally let down by bad scriptwriting.

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  11. My insight into the last two years is now provable. I said way back, roughly halfway through 2020 that the widespread wearing of facemasks would have a detrimental impact on the behaviour, psychology, learning and development of children and now, here we are, in April of 2022 and it is now being confirmed by Ofsted that many children are now basically retarded as a result of the face mask situation and several other facets of the Scamdemic. I called it. I should stop doubting myself. Somewhere on this forum there will be a post where I said this. I think even David Icke didn't touch upon this aspect of the Scamdemic much, if at all.

     

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-60981450

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c56z7G-6Onc

     

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      Grumpy Owl

      It's not documented here in this forum, but just prior to the start of the first lockdown in 2020, I did comment to someone who was visiting us at work something along the lines of "it won't be just two weeks though, the longer this goes on, then the more people will be psychologically damaged by this"

      I too like to think that I called this out at the start, and though I've kept mostly quiet about this amongst my closest family and friends, I do believe now - two years later - that I was sadly correct.

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  12. There is a stand piled sky high with Convid tests as you walk into my local supermarket. I can't get the image out of my mind of me, dowsing it in lighter fluid and throwing a lit match at it. Oh well. It's not like I'm actually going to do it...

     

    *laughs maniacally*

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      Grumpy Owl

      I hear people now have to buy these silly tests, rather than getting them for free?

       

      And now apparently 'cases' are on the rise again. Talk about 'manufactured demand'.

       

      And sadly people will now actually part with good money for these things, just so they can 'keep safe'.

       

      HINT: If you don't get tested, you can't get 'Covid' 😉

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  13. It is said that the light in this physical reality is much harsher than the light in what comes after this. After reading about NDE's and information from various channelers, it seems that the light of the other realms is much more comfortable. On days like today, I find the sunlight absolutely extreme. My eyes feel like they are being scorched. I am wearing sunglasses and it is still too bright.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      I have certainly noticed for some time that the light from the sun seems far more brighter, and it was more noticeable during the winter when the sun was much lower in the sky.

      There was a full moon the other evening, and with the sky being crystal clear, even the moon was hard to look at (reflected sunlight).

      Either my eyes aren't what they used to be, or the sun is far more active of late.

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  14. Pay attention.......not one western leader has condemned the actions of justin trudeau

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Yet everyone is criticising Putin for stuff he hasn't done (yet), like the 'invasion of Ukraine' 🤔

  15. It's amazing to me the amount of normies that will just comment "too many people on the planet" without knowing what they are talking about.

     

    Had a distant relative who I can't stand (bit of a fruit loop and damaged by drugs) going on about too many people. As much as I love the countryside, there needs to be more towns cities built as we live in the south east. Too many buildings going up in one place and if like me you live by the M25 you will know the south east is one big parking space. 

     

    See this shit all the time 

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Repeating media/propaganda narratives.

      I actually believe this planet is under-populated. With regards to food and other resources, there would be plenty for everyone, if everything was distributed fairly. Big corporations in 'developed' countries need 'consumers' though in order to continue the debt-based consumerist economy, where we just throw out stuff that is no longer useful - whether that is a broken tumble-dryer, or "out of date" tin of baked beans - just so we have to buy again. Never mind that the tumble-dryer could be repaired, or the tin of beans would last forever.

      People in 'third-world' countries are only starving because their own countries are being raped of resources by greedy multi-national corporations only interested in profits and satisfying their own consumer bases. While at the same time these multi-national corporations claim they 'care' and urge their consumers to donate to charities supporting peoples and communities in such third-world countries.

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  16. Anyone ever notice the street lights are rarely orange anymore? Thety have changed it to bright white. I can understand for main roads.

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      Grumpy Owl

      I grew up with 'orange' streetlights. Many in urban areas have been replaced now with newer 'energy-efficient' LED lamps.

      Yeah, I know there are people who claim that LED streetlamps are 'military-grade weapons' and all that, but having lived for several years in two neighbourhoods that have LED streetlamps, I have to admit I quite like the effect. For me personally its more of a 'natural' light, and there's nothing quite like walking around local streets of an evening, especially if it is snowing or has snowed recently.

      And the local wildlife don't seem too bothered either, whether it was prowling badgers at my old place, or foxes where I am now.

      But sometimes, it is nice to walk around somewhere where the streetlamps haven't yet been upgraded, just to get that feeling of nostalgia. The orange glow does have a kind of 'warm' feeling to it though.

  17. My mates girlfriend put mascara and lipstick on when I was passed out drunk last Saturday. Does this make me non binaury or trans? 

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      Did you mean they put mascara and lipstick on you? If so, the only thing that this makes you... is a VICTIM! 😁

      Some kind of 'forced trans-gression' perhaps?

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  18. Is Christmas over now? 🤔

  19. I would like to share some insights I had today. These insights apply to many people, including myself. Our society has been designed more and more since the turn of the century to encourage addiction and promote addictive, hedonistic behaviours. I have been no stranger to this in my lifetime, having has addictions to a variety of things, including cigarettes, painkillers, cannabis, Internet, etc. Last year I successfully ended my addiction to cigarettes and it has now been over six months. What has become clearer and clearer to me, however, is how this scenario has been engineered by our 'Masters' i.e. this so-called Illuminati who created our society and are steering all of us until we become conscious enough to change the path we are on.

     

    And this is what I intend to do. Over the past few months I became more and more aware of compulsive behaviours within myself; constantly refreshing the home page of youtube to get a different selection of videos, periodically going onto facebook looking for interesting notifications and stimulating posts in the news feed, the emotional dependence on certain TV shows, especially ones which show characters achieving a degree of connection which I lack in my own life. Video games give me a level of control and a sense of freedom I struggle to find in real life. 

     

    All of this was planned by the mass manipulators who control human society as we know it and literally shape paradigms. Mass addiction is one of their greatest success stories. And I am sick and tired to the back teeth of being one of their statistics. 

     

    So my plan is a dopamine detox. During this ninety day period I will endeavour to abstain from: all unnecessary Internet usage, listening to music, watching films or TV shows, eating junk or 'pleasure' foods, playing video games, engaging in compulsive spending or otherwise distracting myself.

     

    I mention this here because I know it is something which affects everyone, and also because there are presumably people on this forum who understand that the PTB in this world want us all sick and addicted to things. Maybe this post will inspire you. I know I can do it and I hope it reveals something to me. I will be sure to let you know how it goes, take care.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      I honestly wish you the best of luck. I don't know what you plan to do with all this time that you free up, but my best advice is to just get outdoors and go for long walks somewhere. I'm lucky where I live as I have a number of parks and green spaces near to my home that I can walk to and go explore, just to get out into nature and experience it is a great way to pass some time, and it gets me out of the house and away from my computer.

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  20. For two weeks running, I have received misdeliveries from 'Hello Fresh' for one of my neighbours. But, due to the refrigerated ingredients, my refusal to redeliver the boxes, and their inability to collect and redeliver the items, I have been able to keep them!

     

    My feasts have included harissa chicken with roasted cauliflower, coconut Caribbean prawn soup, creamy bacon, mustard and parmesan pasta and teriyaki beef mince. The boxes are each worth about £40 apparently. 🤭

     

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      Grumpy Owl

      Seriously, do you not take these round to your neighbour if they have been delivered to you in error?

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  21. Maybe "warning" people about the dangers of the Convid 'vaccines' is not such a great idea. What if they're placebos? Imagine you tell someone the vaccine will harm or even kill them, and they believe you, but are then foolish enough to go and have it, then, through the power of their own negative beliefs (the nocebo effect), the vaccine ends up killing them. It's entirely possible this is what's happening. Imagine that. Imagine if the 'anti-vaxxers' were indirectly responsible for the deaths of people who have been vaccinated. 

     

    I won't be having this jab - ever. But at the end of the day, every adult in the Western world knows there are risks to any medical procedure. Nobody has to point this out. They are responsible for their own lives - why run the risk of them believing you, then having the jab and dying as a result of it because of beliefs which you instilled in them? Think about it.

     

    BTW - I am not trying to 'persuade' anyone. I could be entirely wrong. They could legitimately be full of stuff which is killing people. I am just bouncing ideas around; that's what people who think critically do.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      There is also the opposite to this - warning people about how dangerous the vaccines are, then when these people go ahead and have their jabs anyway, and then are fine afterwards with no ill-effects, it is YOU that ends up looking 'silly'.

      I'm with you, I won't be having any jab. It should be the choice of the individual, and their decision should be respected, whether that is to have the jab or to not have it.

  22. 2 Days ago in my front garden where I currently reside, there were 2 beautiful red roses ..right outside my "living room" window..not far from(and in firing line with) where I usually sit at my laptop inside..

    Today, both roses are scorched and

    close to dead looking.. Crippled roses..very burnt looking.. This has been a pattern for 2 years at this address. The roses come back and they get cooked and so on.. it always correlates with me feeling more radiated.

    "Climate Change"? X-flare ? Not a chance, the only thing that springs to my mind

    is Directed Energy of a technological kind..

    This, in my view, was a deliberate cooking and it also correlates with how I've been feeling as mentioned, which is, very very irradiated. 

    I think weaponized energy is one of the biggest threats to this world.. next to the "vaccines" of course. 

    It's all connected, so to speak.. Directed Energy though, is more than likely

    the primary method(in all its forms to inc 5G IoT,) that "they"(the controlling NWO cult system) intend to use for depopulation.

    Also it serves well to emulate "Climate Change" FX in some of its forms  too, such as HAARP technology or space based DEWs..  And lets not forget, anything can be sprayed into the air from planes or other crafts to exacerbate its FX and more, masquerading as undisclosed GeoEngineering/Solar Radiation Management.. So plenty of threats there too..

    And worth noting, microwave radiation, lasers and infrared all cook and burn,. UV too of course as if they

    haven't weaponized that yet...What a mad world..

    I have a feeling we need to take it back...

     

  23. Reminder: Nobody is coming to save you. You need to save yourself.

    1. Grumpy Owl

      Grumpy Owl

      I agree completely. And this applies to ALL aspects of one's life, not just whether you believe that Jesus/God will save us all from evil, or that Q's 'plan' will come to fruition. Stop waiting for others to sort out your life's messes, sort them out yourself.

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  24. Up until the last fortnight or so, I was convinced another lockdown was coming, if not by the end of this year, then early next year. I was sure this would be blamed on those who haven't has the Convid 'jab'.

     

    Maybe this is silly, but I am now starting to wonder whether another lockdown will happen. Just a feeling...

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      Grumpy Owl

      I have the feeling we have all been lulled into a false sense of security. I maintain the hope and belief that there won't be any need for further 'lockdowns' but I wouldn't rule anything out at this point. Come October/November if another lockdown ends up being implemented, I wouldn't be surprised at all.

       

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