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Nemuri Kyoshiro

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  1. Andrews carrying out his orders from Beijing. Owned by China 100%. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-10-24/victoria-deepens-links-with-china-controversial-belt-and-road/11636704
  2. Afghanistan is a good choice. Or Iraq. Syria at a pinch.
  3. "White Coat. Black Art." There you have it. It's in your face. You might as well go to a witch-doctor.
  4. She was there for the flu shot only, I think. She was still waiting when I left. I get out of those places PDQ. I don't want to be around an atmosphere thick with spiked proteins. Many of those in the covid queue were young and they were all playing with their phones. It's as if they are a separate species from the rest of us.
  5. I encountered one yesterday. I was waiting to pick up a prescription. The pharmacy was giving flu shots and covid shots; flu to the right, covid to the left. I overheard an elderly woman telling the girl at the counter that she was there for a flu shot and she wanted to know if it would interfere with her covid shots. She then told the girl she'd had a bad reaction to the second jab.
  6. And once they've re-written every article on the web to suit their agenda, the Bessemer converter will be a device stolen from aboriginals by the evil colonialist, Sir Henry Bessemer. There was no French monarchy in 1895 but with the new history, it's possible that one might be retroactively installed.
  7. That's how I remember it as a kid. I'm not sure that spirit still prevails at Christmas any more. Back then, the shops all closed at noon on Christmas Eve and stayed closed until December 27th, with a few exceptions. The school carol service was a blast and our local church really pushed the boat out. The choir all got mince pies, cake, hot chocolate, and rum balls, because the vicar's wife was German. Like in Scrooge, there was always a reading of 1 Corinthians, 13. Perhaps the most moving thing Paul ever wrote.
  8. Me too. The modern Christmas has its roots in Victorian England anyway. It's just mass consumption and has no real religious significance, although I do enjoy watching Alastair Sim in 'Scrooge' after a helping of Christmas pudding and brandy sauce (mine will get you legless).
  9. Ron Boyce died too? When I was a kid at primary school, I remember him scoring for West Ham against Preston in the 1964 Cup Final. Oops... You meant the bloke from Only Fools and Horses. Sorry.
  10. God bless him. One of the best strikers I ever saw play. Spurs at home was the fixture I always looked for first at the start of every season back in the 60s. It was always a great occasion. The 1967/68 Charity Shield was one the great games between the two and I remember it as if it were yesterday. Greavsie didn't score that day but Pat Jennings did.
  11. Funny that. My friend took his family to Spain a number of years ago and, at the time, he was on Chantix. To cut a long story short, this placid, kind man completely lost his head one night and started screaming at his wife and kids and kicking the hotel room to bits. She locked the kids in the bathroom and called the police and he was taken away to jail.
  12. I disagree. Read this from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn who expresses some regret at not fighting back: “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?... The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If...if...We didn't love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation.... We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.” Learn from one who went though what we are starting to go through,
  13. I posted a graphic representation but changed my mind. I think we ought to make a distinction between the Jews and the Zionists. It is the latter who are wreaking havoc on the earth. I know some Torah-believing Jews who despise Zionism, who preach that the Talmud is Babylonian, not Jewish, and they have been persecuted for saying so.
  14. And what are the basic treatments offered? Chemo, radiation, and surgery. What were the basic treatments 50 years ago? The same. Natural treatments and those who advocate them are persecuted. How much time does a student doctor spend learning about nutrition? Not a lot. There's no money in healthy people Velma. They want us sick.
  15. But Israel has a right to defend itself doesn't it? After all, they can't have kids with AK-47s and RPGs running around. Imagine if the English were doing that to the Welsh, or the Flemings to the Walloons in Belgium?
  16. I bet they can't isolate the virus, or is it another one that Fauci and his mates cooked up in Wuhan.
  17. Yep. I tend to forget that there are a lot of veterans from the recent wars that hate what the US has become and that know how to fight. I hope they know how to organize too.
  18. I'm not sure that many Americans actually know why the 2nd Amendment was enacted. It was to give the people the ability to prevent the overthrow of the Republic by a tyrannical government. Back then, the United States really didn't have much of a standing army and relied upon an armed citizenry to protect the new Constitution. Now, there is a growing feeling that the US armed forces might just turn its weapons against the population. In that scenario, all the AR-15s in the world won't help, as Biden pointed out a month or so ago. Having lived here a long time, I think that the 2nd Amendment has given people a false sense of security. If it came to it, there would be casualties on both sides but only one winner. Retired Staff and Flag officers can write any amount of letters, but that's as far as it will go. I don't expect to see a mutiny and overthrow of Milley and his gang. It's all over bar the shouting.
  19. Ah, but what to do when the whole planet is infected with the same sickness? I had to go for an x-ray this morning on my ankle. I was made to wear a mask because it was company policy. None of the staff I spoke to cared if I did or didn't. The x-ray tech was awake and we had a good talk about the latest shenanigans by the President who is trying to prevent certain States from receiving monoclonal antibodies. I doubt that Biden could even spell it but his puppet masters speak and he goes along with it. At the county level, sheriffs and mayors are fighting back and refusing to implement the mandates. The news media is having fits about this but people are standing firm. Will it come to force? I don't know but people are supporting their elected officials who are not bowing. Support for Trump 24 seems to be waning as people are finally realizing (after the California recall scam) that the system needs to be cleansed of the corrupting influences that have a vice-like grip on it. Things are beginning to get interesting.
  20. I started work for the BBC (I know) straight after college in 1977. I was a humble research assistant - the lowest of the low, but it was an interesting job. I'd say that about 75% of my co-workers were gay, and that included department heads. At college, a good percentage of the faculty were gay, or at least thought to be gay. Before I left home for college, I don't think I knew more than one or two.
  21. The climate change crowd are following order. They are fighting what the senile buffoon Biden calls an 'existential threat' to the planet. I would love to know the median income of the families of extinction rebellion protesters.
  22. Apparently, there are a lot of trolls/disinfo merchants on that site. One of my neighbours is a professional pilot and he reckons that, based on the actual knowledge of aviation expressed by some on their, the closest they've got to flying is a RC model. They call themselves pilots too.
  23. Guess that'll show them their propaganda isn't as effective as they hopes it would be. I'm looking forward with some trepidation to winter. The vaxxed will be dropping like flies, especially if it's a bad flu season and I'm willing to bet it will be. The flu has been absent for over 12 months. It must be time for it to come back.
  24. Go and stand in the corner facing the wall. Whitty reminds me of the kid in school who was still wetting the bed at 13. Whoever is paying him is getting their money's worth.
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