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  1. On 3/16/2024 at 9:47 PM, ThirdEye said:

    Hi all... please could someone help me find some of David's old/original YouTube content, would really love to find some older vids, like his couple hour long public speeches on the evil elite & the importance of the power of love. There was a 30 odd minute long video, connecting the dots of the Death Of Princess Diana, plus many others. I would really love to find and watch these videos again, it felt like i was seeing behind the curtain, they lit a fire in me and motivated me to wake up... I could really do with adding some fuel to the fire. Thank you in advance.

     

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  2. 5 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    It therefore frustrates me to see his material proliferated so widely including by high profile names such as Andrew Bridgen and Right Said Fred - I suspect it is being done by design to make alternative researchers look silly and to dovetail with online safety crack downs.

     

    Thanks Eve, just to add to your nicely put synopsis, I would also then question the validity of such 'high profile names' you mention, if they are knowingly spreading this kind of false information.

     

    Sean Adl-Tabatabai has been peddling 'fake news' for some years through his various websites, he just provides a platform and a constant flow of junk news, but then needs others to share and spread this, which it sadly seems so many are ready to do so.

     

    Sadly it has been my belief for some time that there is just as much 'fake news' and misinformation being circulated amongst the 'alternative' media, as there is in the mainstream media.

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  3. 22 hours ago, DaleP said:

    Hang on! What's going on?

    Grumpy was saying there was going to be snow..... clearly very schizophrenic weather. It changes with a flick of a switch. 😂

     

    They really can't make up their minds, I thought it was supposed to be 'baking' this weekend?

     

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    "It's going to be a battle of elements this weekend. The four elements snow, rain, wind, and temperatures are going to have their impacts on various parts of the country. On Friday, the Highlands and Grampian of Scotland would witness a little bit of the lower ground snow," Jim Dale said.

    from: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/parts-uk-set-snow-tomorrow-28940052

     

    Oh I see, so the "area of England worst-hit" will be the... er, Highlands and Grampians of Scotland. Which could see "a little bit" of snow!

     

    I wonder if the Press Complaints Commission would take action against this blatant 'fake news'?

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  4. Personally, I wouldn't have a problem with this proposal.

     

    Royal Mail wants to cut days for second-class post

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    Royal Mail has proposed cutting second-class letter deliveries to every other weekday.

    It wants to keep its six-day-a-week service for first class letters under the proposals to reform the company.

    It comes after regulator Ofcom suggested Royal Mail could reduce the number of delivery days from six to as few as three per week for all letters.

    The firm has struggled as letter volumes have plummeted in recent years, leading to heavy financial losses.

    Its performance has also been poor, with households and businesses complaining about delays on deliveries of important letters detailing medical appointments or legal documents.

    The company's boss said the suggested plans would give it a "fighting chance" to change and keep its "universal service".

    Royal Mail, which was split from the Post Office and privatised a decade ago, is legally obliged to deliver a one-price-goes-anywhere postal service, which means it has to deliver letters six days per week, Monday to Saturday, and parcels Monday to Friday.

    While it is planning to cut second-class letter deliveries under its reforms, the company has said parcels - which have become more popular in recent years and are more profitable - would still be delivered seven days a week.

    from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-68721814

     

    Most of the 'mail' that gets pushed through my letterbox by Royal Mail, ends up straight in my paper recycling bin, as it's usually unaddressed junk mail.

     

    A lot of mail I receive is addressed to persons unknown, who don't even live at my address, so they end up back in the postbox 'returned to sender'.

     

    A monumental waste of time and money.

     

    Sure, I do look forward to receiving birthday and Christmas cards once a year, but it wouldn't be the end of the world if those posted second-class were only delivered three times a week.

     

    Most of my 'critical' or important communications are delivered by email.

     

    I agree that the parcel business is more popular and probably more profitable for Royal Mail, but I think they could be far more efficient if they better combined the services together. For example at work, through the course of a single day, we'll have up to 4 different delivery staff turning up. One or two will bring letters, while the other two will bring parcels.

     

    There was one day when I was working at home a while back, when I had someone delivering a Tracked 24 parcel at the same time someone else was shoving Farm Foods leaflets through my letterbox!

  5. Oh, well that didn't take long then...

     

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    Apparently 17C is now considered "baking" by these frauds.

     

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    Temperatures are set to soar above 17C this weekend, with data indicating much of the country will enjoy the warm weather. Weather maps from WX Charts show the mercury could rise as high as 17.8C in London on Saturday (April 6) morning.

    Madrid has projected temperatures of 16.7C. It comes as the Met Office warned of 'unsettled' weather over the next few days.

    from: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/uk-news/maps-reveal-date-uk-warmer-28932560

     

    I guess the hyperbole is only going to get worse as the year progresses...

     

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    Meteorologist Jim Dale said Brits are in for a hot spring, with heat to rival that of 2022's in April.
    The Met Office has projected overall temperatures this year to smash records. Mr Dale said temperatures could climb to unseasonable highs this month due to climate change.

    He said: "We will see hot weather start to bake in during the course of April, and at times in the summer time. We are not divorced from what is going around the globe and what is going on is quite frightening in terms of the temperature profiles.

    "The USA has just had its warmest winter ever."

    "Warmest winter ever" in the USA? I think those in the USA who experienced record amounts of snowfall and record low temps would beg to differ...

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  6. 10 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

    I think with a lot of families who are shall we say ‘occult integrated’, the father in law usually knocks up or has an affair with the daughter in law, with the son/husband having full knowledge of the practice.


    That’s why all the love is gone, that’s how fathers can have their sons gangstalked and slowly killed without feeling an ounce of guilt….

     

    It's interesting you state that, as someone else has suggested earlier in this topic that William's father might have been Prince Philip, rather than Charles...

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  7. 18 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    This is the crap that killed off local journalism.

     

    Exactly, like I have said many times before, I don't deny that 'some' parts of the UK might experience snow.

     

    But so far this year, despite the incessant 'updates' and 'verdicts' being published on our local news site, I've counted approximately five minutes of snow we had here in Birmingham, and that was about three or four weeks ago. It just fuckin rains here! 😁 ☔

     

    But then equally, just wait until the temperatures regularly stay above 15C, then all the click-bait churners will be 'warning' us about "heatwaves", as if it never gets warm and sunny in this part of the world from April through to September.

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  8. On 4/1/2024 at 4:33 PM, k_j_evans said:

    Well, the party "decides" - that's the party mandarins, not the rank and file. No one said the party plebs actually had to vote... They usually do, but it's not a given (or did the queen disagree with whoever the "elected" choice was, but the media weren't told?)

     

    A 'proper' democratic political party allows its membership to vote on who should be its leader.

     

    Conservative MPs whittled down the initial list of prospective candidates to two, which the wider party membership then voted on. The party members had a choice between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss. Party members voted for Liz Truss to be their leader, and as the Conservatives were already in Government, she became Prime Minister.

     

    When Truss resigned after being put under enormous pressure by her own MPs, the Tory MPs decided amongst themselves that Sunak would be their leader, without giving the wider membership any say.

     

    One of two things happened: 1) the Tory members 'made the wrong choice' according to the party 'elite', therefore she had to be removed so they could put their preferred puppet into place.

    Or 2) the whole saga was rigged to put Truss into place so she could become a 'scapegoat' for the resulting chaos when the financial market controllers decided to trigger massive inflation.

     

    Read more here:

    https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2022/10/17/its-all-going-wrong-for-liz-truss-deliberately/

     

     

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  9. 4 hours ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

    Greenpeace has criticized Moore, calling him "a paid spokesman for the nuclear industry, the logging industry, and genetic engineering industry" who "exploits long-gone ties with Greenpeace to sell himself as a speaker and pro-corporate spokesperson"

     

    Moore describes himself as a founding member of Greenpeace, but the organization denies this claim.

     

    Well, "they would say that" 😉

     

    But this is what happens when someone breaks ranks and goes against the 'narrative'.

     

    Greenpeace as an organisation probably started out with some very good intentions, but as with any 'charity', "money talks" and it just becomes a mouthpiece to whomever 'donates' the most money.

  10. On 3/27/2024 at 7:56 PM, Talorgan said:

    I've had tinnitus since I was in mid twenties ,mostly high pitched hissing or deeper rumble  and learnt to live with it , sometimes can mask it playing acoustic musical instruments  or other sounds and notice it when in a  very quiet room .

    Probably caused by  ,slight hearing loss ,nerve damage /mercury or  amplified music not sure really .

    Gingko biloba  tea helps I think as improving circulation  , etc

    So can if not too severe just accepting it and it probably  is ignored by consciousness lot of time

    Other causes can be EMF etc

     

     

    Yes, I first experienced tinnitus when I was younger, probably around the same, mid-twenties. After a few years, it seemed to 'go away', or I somehow stopped noticing it.

     

    It started to come back again a few years ago now. Maybe I just notice it more because I live in a much quieter neighbourhood now.

     

    On 3/28/2024 at 7:25 PM, Campion said:

    I get two types of tinnitus. One is a high pitched noise which goes on and off but seems to be a genuine type. The other type is a low pitched rumbling sound which is the worldwide hum, I think that sort is caused by something external. 

     

    I get what 'seems' to be a mix of high-pitched frequencies. Can get quite intense at times. I know I can't physically 'hear' them, but sometimes some seem louder, or more prominent, than others. Then occasionally they'll stop, and there'll just be one frequency, at a lower pitch, which persists for a while, before 'fading out' and the other high-pitched frequencies resume.

     

     

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  11. On 1/31/2024 at 7:52 PM, Lilymoon said:

    What happen to the lost city of Atlantis and how did Atlantis get destroyed? Some say it was disaster like major flood well others say it was war.

     

    Are there any good videos that talk about Atlantis? 

     

    Jimmy Corsetti "Bright Insight" on Youtube has done some interesting videos on the subject of Atlantis, and he believes it was located near the west coast of Africa in Mauritania, where what is known as the 'Richat structure' is.

     

    One only has to look at satellite imagery from Google Maps from that part of Africa, to see what appears to be evidence of a massive amount of water having run across there in the past, though the direction of flow is as yet unclear.

     

    The Sahara Desert itself has aroused interest, and perhaps it is not as old as we have all been led to believe.

     

    To me, it is interesting to look at the satellite imagery of Google Maps, because from the west coast of Africa, there is a huge 'desert scar' running across the surface of the Earth, through the Sahara Desert, the Middle East, parts of south Asia and into China.

     

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    In my opinion, yes there was some kind of major cataclysm in the past, when this happened though is anyone's guess at this time though. 6000 years ago? 400 years ago?

     

    History has been rewritten and calendars have been changed so much, does anybody really know what year it is?

     

    A lot of researchers choose to focus on specific things like Atlantis, or Egypt, which is all very well and good, but it is starting to seem to me like there is some 'bigger picture' being overlooked somewhere.

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  12. Record numbers of migrants coming to the UK, and crime figures are spiralling out of control.

     

    Is there a correlation? No way of knowing really, because such data is not recorded.

     

    “Migrant crime data”, don’t we all have a right to know?

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    With record numbers of immigrants – both legal and illegal – arriving into our country, and crime levels seemingly out of control, it is amazing that it has taken so long for someone to insist that “details of nationality, immigration and visa status should be recorded whenever a criminal is convicted.”

    Of course, there will be those who will insist that this is all somehow “racist”, usually the same people waving their “refugees welcome” placards.

    And equally there will be others with an ‘anti-immigration agenda’ looking for more ammunition.

    But at the end of the day, in the absence of “cold-hard facts”, do we not have the right to know this kind of information?

     

    The left-wing hand-wringers who believe that all “refugees are welcome” and that all migrants are ‘victims’, should surely have no problems with this kind of data being recorded, especially if it proves that “migrants are not the problem here”.

    Personally I think if this starts being recorded, after 12 months it will make some VERY uncomfortable reading.

    In my opinion, now we have left the EU, freedom of movement has ended, any non-UK national convicted of a crime should be deported back to their country of origin. I’m tired of this country being treated like a holiday camp for foreign criminals.

    Read in full here: https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2024/03/30/migrant-crime-data-dont-we-all-have-a-right-to-know/

     

    BBC article I referenced there:

    Ex-immigration minister Robert Jenrick proposes migrant crime data is published

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-68697796

  13. On 3/18/2024 at 5:46 PM, Macnamara said:

    "Reduce Poverty Migration To Zero" – German Politicians Propose Crackdown On Migrants Sending Billions To Their Home Countries

    by Tyler Durden
    Monday, Mar 18, 2024 - 06:00 AM

    By John Cody of Remix News

    Every year, migrants and refugees transfer billions of euros from Germany to family members in their home countries, with the Bundesbank estimating this to be at least €6.8 billion per year.

    Now, some German political parties want to crack down on this development, with the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) seeking to “reduce poverty migration to zero” with restrictions on cash payments and social benefits.

    Some of the money sent abroad is earned from work, but a substantial amount is likely from social welfare payments transferred to migrants, who then send it out of the country to support their families across the world. Since many of these social welfare benefits are distributed as cash, there is little oversight in how this money is used and transferred by migrants.

    These foreigners have a substantial incentive to send this money overseas, where due to exchange rates and different standards of living, the euro can go far further than it can in Germany. However, these social welfare payments were never designed to be sent overseas, and are meant to provide the necessary support for migrants within Germany.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/reduce-poverty-migration-zero-german-politicians-propose-crackdown-migrants-sending

     

    It's almost like a new form of "redistribution of wealth".

     

    I remember when we started getting lots of Polish people coming to the UK in the 2000s - at least these people actually came here to work and contribute to our economy - many were earning comparatively more than they would have back in Poland, once monthly outgoings (rent, food, bills etc) were paid for, the rest of their salary would be sent to their family back home.

     

    I understand that after several years of this, lots of people in Poland became relatively wealthy as a result of sending their sons and daughters to work in the UK.

     

    Which I'm fine with really, like I said the Poles came here to work, and they did, good honest people that they are.

     

    Of course, what anyone would rightly object to is where migrants and refugees are getting handouts from the government, and then sending that money back home.

     

     

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  14. 7 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

    Police saying that ‘wild conspiracy theories’ are hampering police investigations and putting innocents people in ‘harms way.’

     

    QUICK! Suppress online freedoms of speech NOW!

     

    Perhaps if the media didn’t hype up certain cases of people falling into rivers, or fake royal photos or any of the other usually mundane stories, people wouldn’t think there was a hidden motive or distraction technique in place.

     

    The "wild conspiracy theories" stem from the fact that the media fail to provide anything close to "what actually happened". In the absence of facts and details, that's when the wild speculation starts.

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  15. 12 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Get ready for labor globalist Uber major

     

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2024/mar/30/conservatives-set-for-worst-election-result-yet-research-shows

     

    winning fewer than 100 seats, according to a new poll.

    The seat-by-seat analysis gives the Tories 98 constituencies compared with Labour’s 468, giving Sir Keir Starmer a 286-seat majority, the Sunday Times has reported.

    The 15,000-person poll, conducted by agency Survation on behalf of Best for Britain, gives Labour a 45% vote share with a 19-point lead over the Conservatives.

     

    These opinion polls are just part of the social engineering and propaganda.

     

    A sample of 15000 people is not representative of the whole UK electorate, and no doubt the respondents were chosen or selected to give the desired outcome.

     

    You only have to look at who commissioned this survey, "Best For Britain", an organisation co-founded by none other than Gina Miller.

     

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    Best for Britain is a civil society campaign, launched on 26 April 2017, to stop Brexit and continue the UK's membership of the European Union (EU). Since 2021, the organisation's aim has changed to encourage greater internationalism rather than an immediate push to rejoin the EU.

     

    Aims

    Prior to the finalisation of Brexit, Best for Britain's goal was a democratic way to stop Brexit. Since 2021, Best for Britain aims to keep the UK open to EU membership in the future, but in the short term aims at re-engagement with Europe, internationalist policies, and cooperation with business. As part of the organisation's relaunch in April 2021, chief executive Naomi Smith wrote in The Times that the organisation had shifted from a “reactive campaign in response to an emergent threat to Britain’s place in the world” to a “proactive organisation that will stand up against a decline in internationalist values happening again”.

    from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Best_for_Britain

     

    I think it is highly likely that Labour will win the next General Election anyway, but it may not be the 'landslide' many pundits/people are predicting/hoping for.

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  16. On 3/25/2024 at 10:07 PM, eddy64 said:

    i see theyre proposing to bring in dynamic  pricing for the old leccy, it was bound to happen.

     

    https://uk.yahoo.com/news/dynamic-ofgem-energy-price-cap-180739176.html

     

    On 3/25/2024 at 11:05 PM, Campion said:

     

    Cheers for sharing that. I can't see how it would work without having smart meters though. 

     

    Yes, it will only work for those with smart meters.

     

    I foresaw this coming nearly two years ago now...

     

    The real reason for ‘smart meters’ is becoming ever more apparent

    https://thegrumpyowl.co.uk/2022/06/27/the-real-reason-for-smart-meters-is-becoming-ever-more-apparent/

     

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  17. It's nice work (for a Common Purpose stooge) if you can get it.

     

    Dudley Council paid £1,000 a day for consultant while planning millions in cuts

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    Despite strict spending controls Dudley Council coughed-up nearly a quarter of a million pounds on four agency staff in just four months. The authority is currently battling to save £37m in three years to get its finances back on track and has introduced rules limiting spending on services it is not required by law to provide.

    Restrictions started in October but by the end of January the bill for four temporary consultants working on regeneration and estates was an eye-watering £223,518. Balvinder Heran, deputy chief executive of Dudley Council, said: “This relates to specialist professionals we are using to work on our important regeneration and estates strategy development programmes.

    “Part of their work is to develop and deliver the projects within the levelling up and longer towns fund bids the council was successful in securing over the last 12 months.” The quartet, who were doing non-statutory work, were supplied from two agencies and their day rates ranged from £429 to £1,020."

    In January the council stumped up the lowest monthly figure of £47,207 for the four while in December they trousered a total of £75,611. Dudley Council leader, Cllr Patrick Harley says the consultants played a vital role in securing some big regeneration projects and the cash to pay them came in grants from the West Midlands Combined Authority.

    from: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/dudley-council-paid-1000-day-28906769

     

    In a nutshell:

     

    Dudley MBC needs to 'save' £37m over three years to get it's spending/finances 'on-track'

     

    Four agency (ie outsourced) staff have been paid nearly a quarter of a million pounds in four months.

     

    In a bit of a surprise turn-around:

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    Labour’s finance spokesperson, Cllr Shaukat Ali, was scathing, he said: “We have got our own officers who are highly paid, what is it these people bring that can’t be done by our own officers? “We can’t keep doing away with staff and relying on consultants, which we can see are an expensive resource.”

     

    For context, Dudley MBC is Conservative-controlled, so Labour are the 'opposition' there. But their councillor makes a very good and valid point here.

     

    Councils already employ well-paid executives, managers and other 'paid' civil service roles. Why are they unable to sit down and sort their financial problems out for themselves?

     

    Because any organisation that is funded by public (ie taxpayers) money, is ripe for exploitation by those gravy-train freeloaders, who will ensure that their Common Purpose/freemason buddies get 'awarded' these contracts to 'deliver services' etc.

     

     

    This kind of "spend money to save money" attitude has been going on for years in local authorities, and I make no apologies for referring readers back to this now-old BBC documentary:

     

     

     

  18. 23 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

    Aha, well done.

     

    This shows that something has been done to the troposphere/lower atmosphere along that particular route, causing novel weather phenomena. 

     

    Maybe it’s an electromagnetic template placed over the path (via satellite/military tech) which would allow easier delivery of this touted biological substance.

     

    Maybe the substance is nano based, being held in place by a frequency, maybe it’s up there right now ready to be released, falling back down to earth once they flip a switch. 
     

    Maybe it’s a wireless power template, ready to power invisible drones filled with the biological payload which will hover over the path whilst everyone is looking up.

     

    Maybe it’s not a biological substance, maybe it’s a particular radiation frequency that will bombard that route, showing symptoms of biological poisoning in people who were outside at the time.

     

    Some possibilities 

     

    Maybe it's all bullshit and nothing will happen on that date, apart of course from the solar eclipse. 😉

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  19. 2 minutes ago, Mazthehobo said:

    Iv said before that once planes are outlawed, and cars become too expensive to run, the only mode of transport will be the public transport and to board them you will need an app. And that app will show your social credit score and vaccine status.

    non compliant will be housebound.

     

    Maybe this is why so many local authorities in the UK are keen to "take back control of our buses" with their franchising plans, as has already happened in Manchester.

     

     

  20. 4 hours ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

    MetDesk (who run WX Charts) are embracing AI.

     

    "Artificial intelligence is coming to MetDesk...."

     

    I doubt it will make their forecasts any more accurate! 🙄

     

    The click-bait media churners rely on WX Charts for their '624 miles of bullshit' headlines.

     

     

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