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    The SSP Alliance and the Global Galactic League of Nations (GGLN) received a pretty major briefing from Emmi (Eyosian/Zulu ET Race) several months ago about the upcoming timeline of the liberation of our Solar System. This briefing was delivered on the behalf of the New Guardians who until now had been the most mysterious of the Guardians.

    The information was full of details that we were told to keep confidential until the right time. I was shocked to receive a message this morning that I was authorized to release a brief summary of the timeline briefing with more to come in the following months and years as clearance is granted. Never before had we been given the details of future events in our briefings let alone been authorized to share them with the masses.

    The GGLN, the SSP Alliance, and our ET Allies are currently clearing the damage done by the Orion Group and its allies, including the Dark Fleet – who has given humanity a very bad name in much of our Galaxy. The GGLN-led armada is working its way from the outer rim of our Galaxy to Earth, undoing as much of the damage the Orion Group and the Dark Fleet have caused. In some cases, Dark Fleet personnel have been delivered to star systems to be tried for crimes against that civilization. It apparently takes the GGLN-led armada until the year 2025 – in our timeframe – to work their way back to begin liberating their own Solar System.


    Sorry but this all reads like sci-fi fantasy bullshit to me.


    There is nobody coming to save us, we have to save ourselves.

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  2. 19 hours ago, Campion said:


    I know I'm a bit behind the times but it seems pretty surreal that the TV drama about the Post Office Horizon scandal has come out in the same week that it's in the news as a real story. The telly is as much virtual reality as I can take. 


    It's only become a 'mainstream news story' because it featured in an ITV drama.


    I've seen 'tidbits' about this in the local news in recent years.


    I admit I haven't watched the TV show, or looked deeper into what this 'scandal' entailed, so don't fully know what's been going on or what is alleged.


    I don't doubt that there are a number of people who have become unwittingly caught up in this, but it wouldn't surprise me if there are some 'big players' out there who have been actively defrauding the Post Office and Royal Mail for years, who are now about to be 'let off the hook', thanks to this.

  3. 8 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

    The Severn has flooded regularly during my lifetime - I went to school at various places along it. Nothing new there. But farmers and other landowners no longer dredge or maintain ditches and drains, so there is flooding where there used not to be. So what caused the serious floods in that area in 1947??? And the ones we used to go and gawp at the in 60s?


    That BBC feed also includes a photo someone sent in showing flooding on New Road in Worcester... from 1886.






    The point is that these rivers are flooding more often in recent years because of lack of dredging and maintenance (plus more surface water running into them as everything gets paved over), but the media are trying to make out this is a 'new phenomenon' that they can blame on 'climate change'.



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  4. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    It might begin with 'augmented reality' and then develop into a fully submersive experience such as the 'metaverse'. If the woman is traumatised by the rape of her avatar that already shows a level of emotional investment in their digital identity which clearly shows that she is already on the path to full submersion in the fake reality. Sad


    Many years ago, I played in some 'massively multiplayer online role-playing games' (MMORPGs)


    I was 'killed' so many times, yet I never felt the need to get the 'real-life' police involved.


    I once played 'Train Simulator', and in a fit of boredom, caused a train travelling at high-speed to derail and plunge off a cliff into the sea. I never faced any criminal proceedings for this. Because outside the boundaries of the game I was playing, it 'never happened'.


    Video-games and other 'virtual environments' are meant to be a form of 'escapism' - they have their own gameplay rules which players should follow, but at the end of the day, no participant is being physically harmed, and nothing is being physically damaged.


    If you don't like what happens to you in a 'virtual world', then stop participating in it.


    There's a dangerous precedent being set here, where a 'virtual' world crosses over into the legality of the 'real world'.



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  5. On 12/29/2023 at 8:47 PM, Skotfreezy said:

    King Charles III broke away from the traditional Christ-centered Christmas message that loyal listeners of the crown’s holiday broadcast would expect to hear. For 70 years, Queen Elizabeth brought class, old-English humor, and leadership to her nation during the holidays. This year, her successor chose to focus on alleged man-made climate change for his second Christmas broadcast.


    The newly king spoke of the need for service to our fellow man and, in a larger sense, the entire planet, saying, “Service to others is but one way of honoring the whole of creation, which, after all, is a manifestation of the Divine. It is a belief shared by all religions to care for this creation; it is a responsibility owned by people of all faiths and of none. We care for the earth for the sake of our children’s children.”


    To be honest, I can't be bothered to watch this. What "biblical Christmas story" did he tie to 'climate change'?



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  6. BBC journalists can freely say these things unchallenged.


    Why do we seem to see so much flooding these days?


    Why is it events that we referred to as "once in a generation" seem to now happen every winter? Well it all comes down to climate change.

    from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-67863282?ns_mchannel=social&ns_source=twitter&ns_campaign=bbc_live&ns_linkname=659549fab255e96a9e4bbe5f%26Why do we seem to see so much flooding these days%3F%262024-01-04T07%3A38%3A13.030Z&ns_fee=0&pinned_post_locator=urn:asset:494b61ee-f029-4ee4-bfc2-4adc8c1656db&pinned_post_asset_id=659549fab255e96a9e4bbe5f&pinned_post_type=share



    I have been Environment Correspondent for the BBC in the Midlands for more than 25 years now, which means I can look at flood stories not just as one-off events but in terms of the story they tell.

    Take Leominster in Herefordshire, which sits where the River Lugg and its tributary the River Kenwater meet.

    We have records of levels of the River Lugg going back to 1970 but if we look at floods of more than 2.6m (9ft), most happened post-2000 and, of those, six happened in the last three years.

    Actually thanks to the current spate of flooding, make that seven.


    Well of course, nothing to do with the fact that the Environment Agency hasn't done much dredging of rivers in the last couple of decades.


    More rainwater, less river volume to carry the water, it doesn't need a genius to work out what happens next!


    The same 'environment correspondent' adds the following:


    Would dredging rivers make any difference?


    Spend time along any river reporting about flooding, and sooner or later someone will mention dredging.

    The idea is that a large boat floats along, scooping up mud from the bottom of the river and taking it away.

    People then imagine the river could carry more water, move quicker and so less flooding.

    We did once do a lot of dredging on rivers like the Severn to let boats with deep keels get much further up the river than they do today.

    And it's true that for smaller channels and tributaries, removing blockages and even dredging is a vital part of keeping the water flowing.

    But to make any difference to a fast-flowing river like the Severn, you would have to remove an extraordinary amount of material from the bottom of the river.

    It would be an ecological disaster and the very best you could hope for would be to help upstream communities while it sent even more water downstream, overwhelming the people living there.

    Worse, a faster-flowing river might start to erode the banks and pose real danger to properties close to the edge.

    Just outside Gloucester docks, I once found the half-submerged remains of the last proper dredging boat on the Severn.

    For now that's where it's staying.

    from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-67863282?ns_mchannel=social&ns_source=twitter&ns_campaign=bbc_live&ns_linkname=6596ed49f825603c1a381a3b%26Would dredging rivers make any difference%3F%262024-01-05T09%3A10%3A34.157Z&ns_fee=0&pinned_post_locator=urn:asset:59154069-d85e-4b72-adc6-70cfa0d77d46&pinned_post_asset_id=6596ed49f825603c1a381a3b&pinned_post_type=share


    It's almost like he's 'justifying' the lack of dredging that is done nowadays, as if there is 'no point' to it.


    Another factor that's never taken into consideration, maybe it seems that more people are being affected by flooding rivers because in the last couple of decades more homes have been built on what were traditionally 'floodplains'?


    That BBC 'live feed' is full of homeowners complaining about having to spend money on 'flood-proofing' their homes.


    What did they expect? The developers clearly don't take these things into consideration, and it remains a mystery to those people who buy homes located next to major rivers.

  7. Others may have already noticed that the new 'click-bait' headline trick for reporting weather involves suggestions of "xxx miles of" something or other.




    I first noticed this before Christmas, when there was a breathtaking amount of weather stories, with the usual 'warnings' and the Met Office either 'breaking their silence' or 'issuing verdicts' on 384 mile wall of snow or something along those lines.


    Apart from a 'light dusting' towards the beginning of December, Birmingham and the West Midlands has not seen any significant amount of snow. It's mostly been pissing it down with rain instead. (That "384 mile wall of snow" fell as rain because it was too warm)


    Now of course it is true that some parts of the UK have had some snow this winter, notably areas in Scotland and northern England.


    And no doubt that some areas will see snow and ice next week. But not Birmingham!



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  8. On 1/3/2024 at 12:23 PM, Nemo said:



    16-year-old girls virtual avatar gang-raped in metaverse, UK police begins probe


    Though the investigation has faced backlash as many have questioned if the police should spend their limited time and resources in probing metaverse crimes.

    Metaverse, which is considered to be the next big thing is already under a lot of scrutiny due to safety and privacy concerns as UK police registered and began investigating the first reported gand rape case in Metaverse. First reported by Dailymail, the virtual avatar of a 16-year-old girl (minor) was gang raped by a group of online strangers.


    The report highlights that the child was ‘attacked’ in the virtual Metaverse, and she did not incur any injuries, as there was no physical contact. 


    According to an unnamed senior officer familiar with the matter who spoke to the paper the victim, under 16 at the time, suffered psychological trauma "similar to that of someone who has been physically raped".


    But in criminal law, rape and sexual assault require there to have been physical contact.


    Crimes in the Metaverse are not just limited to sexual abuse, there are also several reports of virtual robbery, identity theft, and ransom attacks.


    It is not the first time that concerns about sexually motivated attacks in the metaverse have been raised.


    In 2022, researcher Nina Jane Patel revealed she was abused in a virtual world operated by Meta called Horizon Venues (now part of Horizon Worlds), likening it to sexual assault.


    Recalling the experience, Ms Patel told the same programme that she was "surrounded by three to four male-sounding and male-representing avatars, who started sexually harassing me in a verbal sense and then sexually assaulting my avatar".


    She said they had used misogynistic language and "continued to touch my avatar in a way that can only be described as a sexual assault of my avatar".


    Ms Patel added she was worried that, in the future, technology might allow someone to physically feel such virtual assaults.


    The National Crime Agency has previously warned that police will need to be ready to deal with virtual sexual assaults in the future.


    This is a very interesting story, and probably deserves a thread of its own for further discussion.


    Not wanting to downplay or belittle the experience, but if this only happened in a 'virtual environment', and the 'victim' was not actually physically harmed, then the big question is "has a crime actually taken place"?


    Or certainly, is this something that the "real life" police should be investigating?


    Should the onus be on the operators/providers of these virtual environments?


    The other question of course is where does this ultimately lead?


    We already have the police 'investigating tweets' and other social media posts, will this also be extended to encounters in multiplayer online games?

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  9. 55 minutes ago, Useyournous said:

    Not dismissing people's opinions and worries and I really think it depends where we live to understand what's going on. However where I live the delivery drivers are all polite and go the extra mile so it is hard to feel any of them are a threat. Our postman is a local but has a face like a yard of tripe and can't be bothered looking at me. He even asked me if I'd complained about him once and I was flabbergasted because I wouldn't have dreamt of doing such a thing but I could tell he thought I had! Now if any of those delivery drivers dares to poo in my shrubs I will rapidly change my mind.


    As I said earlier in this thread, I am pretty sure there are plenty of good honest people who choose to work for these food delivery companies. And yes, I think it pretty much does depend on where you live - I guess here in Birmingham you are probably more likely to get some driver who can barely speak English and just wants to give you your food so they can race off and collect the next order.


    I never said I saw them as 'a threat' though, quite the opposite in fact, it appals me that these people are being exploited and abused, being used as 'subcontractors' to do a job that probably doesn't pay that well to start with. What concerns me is that there is a new 'under-class' of modern slavery that is going on under peoples' noses, and they don't even realise it is happening.

  10. Controversy brews as HMRC imposes stringent rules on digital platforms and independent sellers


    People who make money from an online side hustle could find themselves paying more tax this year due to new regulations brought in by HMRC.

    As of January 1st, major platforms from the likes of eBay, Uber, Vinted, Upwork and Fiverr are required to collect and report certain transaction information to the tax man.

    The updated regulations mandate that digital platforms need to regularly disclose the earnings of sellers using their site. This will encompass sales of various items, from handcrafted goods and second-hand clothing to services like taxi rentals, food delivery, freelance work, and short-term accommodation rentals. Additionally, it extends to unconventional services like leasing your driveway for parking purposes.

    The initiative is part of a broader strategy labelled as a “crackdown on tax invasion,” which the government said is to create a fairer tax landscape and discourage deliberate non-compliance.

    However, for the 11th year straight, the Institute of Business Ethics’ yearly survey on what Brits think about business ethics shows that tax dodging and bribery/corruption in companies are the biggest concerns. But, instead of tackling those big business issues, the government seems to be coming down harder on regular folks.

    from: https://www.b14news.co.uk/controversy-brews-as-hmrc-imposes-stringent-rules-on-digital-platforms-and-independent-sellers/


    I think in a nutshell that's what this boils down to: Government is owed millions in taxes from 'big companies' doing their best to avoid paying by exploiting loopholes.


    So rather than go after these big companies directly, they introduce these new rules and regulations, which then indirectly 'capture' good honest individuals just trying to make a bit of extra money on the side.


    But then again, there probably are a lot of people who do buying and selling on these sites, and turning over some decent revenue, who probably should be paying some tax on their 'undeclared income'.


    Based on my own personal experience of using eBay in a professional capacity, I already think they are making things difficult for smaller business sellers, and I think that eBay would prefer it if many 'amateur' sellers would go away.

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  11. It's all a massive con.


    When inflation is high, things go up in price. As inflation reduces, things continue to go up in price, but at a slightly lower rate.


    Notice how stuff rarely comes back down in price to any acceptable level.


    In most cases, I do feel that a lot of the 'big corporates' and 'big brands' just use the situation to ramp up their prices just so they can make more profits.


    Someone mentioned about 'assets increasing in value' but I don't think that's strictly true.


    My parents bought their house in the 1970s for around £12000, which was a lot of money at the time. If they sold that house now, they could expect to get around £300k.

    That sounds like a massive profit, but in reality it isn't, because if they wanted to then buy a similar property, then they'd be paying around £300k. The asset may have increased in value, but is not worth much more now in comparison.



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  12. 12 minutes ago, Dustpanandbrush said:

    I assumed that legal residents apply for the job then get one of their friends or relatives to do it, but maybe it’s an organised scam. 


    As pointed out earlier in this thread, Deliveroo make it clear that it is permissible to 'rent out' your rider account for others to use, but it is up to that account holder to ensure that anyone using that account is 'legal' and 'above board', ie passed any necessary criminal checks etc.


    I suspected that other delivery operators might have the same or similar policies in place, and your post pretty much confirms that.


    Deliveroo et al are essentially passing on the 'burden of responsibility' onto the rider account holder.


    Despite any protestations to the contrary, the basic message is "we don't care as long as someone delivers the damn food order on time".


    Yes, I definitely feel like there is an 'organised scam' aspect to this, and it is disappearing under many peoples' radar it seems.


    Because the vast majority of people who order takeaways from these apps don't care who delivers their order, they just want to stuff their faces with crap because they can't be bothered to prepare a basic meal for themselves, or even get up off their sofa to walk to a local takeaway.

  13. On 12/31/2023 at 2:37 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:



    "In Wolt, the leading digital application for delivery, instead of a Christmas bonus, they decided to 'treat' the workers with additional labor from India."


    "While companies are paying Christmas bonuses, they have created the worst situation for us since Wolt existed. Overnight they brought another 100 to 120 Indians, because of which our earnings dropped by 60 percent, and the kilometers went up. Half of the people will not have the minimum wage, and they work 11-12 hours of work - says a long-term employee of this company who claims that it has never been worse."


    "Croatia's minimum wage is four Indian wages, so they don't complain and apparently don't see a problem in this way of doing business."




    Not sure how legit that site is.


    I remember seeing a story over Christmas about how a plane-load of Indians flying from Dubai (UAE) to Nicaragua was forced to land in Paris, where the passengers were held on suspicion of being 'trafficked'. There was a later brief 'follow-up' story that stated the 310 (I think it was) Indians were eventually flown back to Mumbai in India.


    I was only reading the BBC News via the red button service on my parents TV, and that doesn't show news articles in full.


    My mum did tell me that she saw something "on MSN" (🤨) which said these Indians were travelling to Nicaragua so they could then try and get into the USA.


    If that is true, then what the hell is going on, and why is nobody questioning this?


    310 Indians would have already paid to travel to Dubai, and then all flew together on the same flight to Nicaragua, so they could then join the convoy of illegal immigrants heading north to the USA so they could try and claim asylum?


    If that is not organised people-smuggling, then I don't know what is.


    Unless it was just a "massive coincidence" that 310 Indian nationals were all simultaneously travelling from the Middle East to Central America, somebody must have paid for and organised this flight.


    What really disappoints me now is how so many people will just take these news stories at 'face value' and just accept what they're told without asking any further questions.


    As I said earlier in this thread, too many people are more concerned with 'historical slavery' while completely oblivious to the 'modern slavery' which is ongoing and seemingly getting worse.





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  14. I know I haven't been around on here much over the last week or so because I've been busy enjoying Christmas and doing other things, so I don't blame anyone for finding this hard to believe.

    A few days ago, I was watching the daily Suspicious0bservers show on YouTube, where Ben told us about a big coronal hole on the Sun which was due to face Earth and send an intensified solar wind blast 'within the next few days'.


    I actually said to myself at the time, "I bet that means we'll have a big earthquake or volcanic eruption on New Years Day".


    Sadly, I never got the opportunity to publish this thought anywhere on the internet for posterity, so you're all just going to have to take my word for it!


    Now it is true that generally my predictions don't come true, so you can imagine my surprise when I got up this morning and checked on the BBC News:


    Moment quake hits Japan coastal town


    Japan has issued a major tsunami warning after a 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck the central region.

    A series of earthquakes also struck nearby areas, with residents in several coastal prefectures told to evacuate.

    Footage from Japanese broadcaster NHK shows the moment an earthquake shook Suzu, on the coastline in Ishikawa prefecture.

    from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-asia-67856117


    There is of course more on this story here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-67855990



  15. Although he doesn't specifically mention 'Common Purpose' or technocracy, I watched a very interesting video from David Kurten (Heritage Party) last night.


    Town Boards - Unelected Change Agents Taking Power in 55 UK Towns


    Link to the Government document he mentions and refers to:



    It does all sound to me like these are the first tentative steps towards 'breaking up' of borough, district and county councils, which are of course all democratically elected.


    These new 'town boards' will see some chairman 'appointed' to the role, and then they will invite other members to sit on said board.


    Money and funding then starts flowing from the Government's Department for Levelling Up, which no doubt will start being siphoned off and leeched for the benefit of the board members and/or their cronies.


    If this all sounds familiar, it is because it reads right from the Common Purpose playbook, on how to misappropriate public funds as well as driving other hidden agendas.



    Lead local authorities in each of the 55 towns will receive £50,000 in capacity funding in the 2023 to 2024 financial year. This is paid as an RDEL grant.

    We expect this funding to cover the upfront costs of setting up a Town Board by 1 April 2024 at the latest. While we will not ask local authorities to formally report on how this £50,000 is spent, where progress is slower than expected, DLUHC’s area teams will offer support and advice. 

    Local authorities might want to use this money to: 

    • convene a Town Board
    • run community engagement
    • support the Town Board in developing Long-Term Plans
    • provide technical expertise to the Town Board for project development including feasibility studies and business cases

    Once Towns Boards are established we will release approximately £200,000 in RDEL capacity funding at the start of the new financial year 2024 to 2025. Town Boards should advise local authorities on how best to use this money, to support the development of their Long-Term Plan.

    Of the towns listed in that document, I note with interest that there are four listed under the West Midlands (Bilston, Darlaston, Dudley and Smethwick) which already fall under the remit of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) as well as the local borough councils of Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton.


    The WMCA is itself in receipt of huge sums of money from the DLUHC, and with the exception of the democratically-elected Mayor (who becomes the chairman of the WMCA board), is an unelected quango of 'appointed' members.


    The only thing being 'levelled up' here are the bank accounts of anyone lucky enough to become involved in this funding free-for-all.

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  16. So almost simultaneously, according to the BBC News...


    UK had a 'white Christmas', because there was a bit of snow in the Scottish Highlands and Aberdeenshire on Christmas Day.


    The UK also had the 'warmest Christmas Eve on record' because it reached 14C somewhere.


    Meanwhile in Beijing, China, they're experiencing their 'coldest winter ever'.


    Test cricket in Australia is being disrupted by 'heavy rain'.


    Must be climate change, nothing to do with the movement of the jet stream.



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  17. For the last couple of weeks, we've been bombarded with numerous MSM articles with their 'warnings', and the Met Office 'breaking their silence' and 'issuing verdicts' every five minutes about some "xxx miles of snow/rain" that is due to hit the UK, according to some very dubious forecasting by the likes of WXcharts.


    To be frankly honest, I only really care about what the weather is going to be like in my area, as that is what affects me the most.


    It's looking like it is going to be a relatively 'mild' Christmas here in Birmingham and the West Midlands, with the occasional downpour of rain.




    There might be other areas of the country where there might be snow and sub-zero temperatures, but thankfully not here where I am.



  18. 5 hours ago, SimonTV said:

    Did you see the new aquaman film it has a globalist global warming plot? The bad guy is trying to heat the planet to kill everyone and the end Atlantis exposes itself to humans and they use all this pro global government propaganda. like global solutions etc. One line the guy makes a joke about global warming like how could you think it's not true... 


    No, I haven't seen that film, though I have seen adverts plastered over bus stops.


    I did notice that Aquaman is played by actor Jason Momoa, who played a key role in the Stargate: Atlantis TV series from several years ago, if that is of any relevance.

  19. 21 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

    Got and email from Richard about the death of Baram Blackett in a house fire in Newcastle. Richard did a few programmes on Blackett and Wilson's historical works. This is the second fire at the house, the first, according to Richard, was an attempt on Blackett's life.


    Yes, I saw the same email.


    While not very widely well-known, both Wilson and Blackett have presented some very good research that questions the 'official narrative' of the history and timeline that we have been presented over the years.


    Those videos are well worth a watch.

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  20. On 12/20/2023 at 12:07 PM, k_j_evans said:

    So not an asylum seeker at all??? No war in Albania (even though there is still mutual hatred with Serbs in Kosovo), but lots of organised crime...


    For several years now, I have read about 'organised crime gangs' here in Birmingham, and most of the perpetrators (those that were caught anyway) seemed to be Albanian.


    Albania was never part of the EU, but there seem to be loads of them in the UK, even before Brexit. And even more so since then.


    For some reason these Albanian criminals never get deported, in fact hardly any foreign nationals caught committing criminal offences ever do.


    It's no wonder our prisons are full.

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  21. 18 hours ago, Observations said:

    " An asylum seeker who died on the Bibby Stockholm barge has been identified as a 27-year-old man from Albania, the PA news agency understands.



    His sister Jola Dushku, 33, who lives in Lombardy in Italy, told the newspaper: "When I spoke with him last time, he told me that the conditions in that boat were not bad but they were treated by the guards like animals.


    What do these people expect? It's not like you've travelled to the UK on holiday to stay in a swanky 5-star hotel, with gourmet dining and luxury rooms.


    Sometimes it is hard to empathise or feel sympathy for these people, and it's never nice to hear about someone dying needlessly.


    It's interesting that his sister lives in Italy, but this guy chose to try and 'seek asylum' in the UK.

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  22. On 12/14/2023 at 9:30 PM, bamboozooka said:

    anyone who thinks its taxpayers money, go get a brain scan see if anything is present.

    its globalist printing press money for nothing and laundering it back to themselves


    Yes, of course I understand fully how this 'scam' works.


    Yes, the 'money' is conjured out of thin air, 'borrowed' by governments.


    Yes, ultimately it is 'taxpayers' money, because we are the ones who have to pay this all back through increased levels of taxation further down the line.


    Yes, all this money that is 'spent' through borrowing has to be paid back with 'interest'.


    But there is simply not enough money in the world to ever pay back this 'debt' in full.


    And there never will.

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  23. On 12/11/2023 at 8:27 AM, bamboozooka said:

    deez boats aint stopping anytime soon.

    its that 2030 number again.





    Of course they see these crossings continuing, and the 'solution' is to 'award' yet more taxpayers money to private companies so they can 'manage' this.


    Millions of pounds already 'given' to the French government to put a stop to this. Millions of pounds given to the Rwandan 'government' (who's REALLY been in receipt of this money?). And now more millions of pounds to be given to anyone ready to bid on a contract tender.


    It's almost like someone is intent on bleeding this country dry, and driving us towards bankruptcy.

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