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  1. They do, at the very least, seem to have given up on selling the idea of the Houthis firing rockets at Israel. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-68395173 'US and UK carry out fresh strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen.' 'Separately, UK Defence Secretary Grant Shapps said "it is our duty to protect lives at sea and preserve freedom of navigation". "That is why the Royal Air Force engaged in a fourth wave of precision strikes against Houthi military targets in Yemen".' (Get those Houthis.) 'In a joint statement, the Pentagon said that Saturday's "necessary and proportionate strikes specifically targeted 18 Houthi targets across eight locations in Yemen associated with Houthi underground weapons storage facilities, missile storage facilities, one-way attack unmanned aerial systems, air defence systems, radars, and a helicopter.' (I like the way they threw in the 'and a helicopter' bit at the end. So, they have successfully degraded the aerial capabilities of the Houthis then.)
  2. So, if you just quote stuff from PTB websites, then they will have to be taken offline, if the text is disapproved of? That's kind of cool. So, only copy and paste, or paraphrase very heavily, without linking. Then, when someone starts chest-beating and accusing you of 'misinformation', simply smile and point them in the right direction. Plenty of egg on faces is guaranteed. Ha ha ha.
  3. I just feel so rotten inside. This is all so sick. Trying to make people stateless is clearly all part of the NWO agenda. Couldn't they at least have found someone else to pick on? It had to be a 15 year old kid, who got trafficked to a war zone, did it? National security my arse. Sick! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-68378818 'Shamima Begum loses bid to regain UK citizenship.' Outside court, however, Ms Begum's solicitors said that it was very likely they would ask the Supreme Court to get involved. A response however could take up to a year. (The Supreme Court is supremely bent. Not much hope of getting this sort of thing overturned in there.)
  4. There are lies, damn lies, statistics and, right at the top of the pile, Patrick Vallance graphs.
  5. What the hell. The random thug just suddenly appearing torwards the end of the video was so surreal, especially when he sat on the victim's back and appeared to try and get him in a headlock. I hope he gets identified and he needs a really good hiding. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13108079/Amazon-worker-man-wheelchair-fight.html?ito=video_player_click#video 'Moment astonishing fight breaks out between Amazon worker and wheelchair-bound building manager in lobby of Notting Hill tower block.'
  6. The PTB have been looking for every single angle, every single edge, when it comes to getting Starmer elected as prime minister. I think that the cancellation of the HS2 West Midlands to Manchester line in October 2023 was a part of their strategy. As in, get the mass media to try and sell the notion the Tories don't care about 'The North'. The Tories are stitching up 'The North'. Result being, that they lose votes because of it. Quite simplistic. Furthermore, axing the line also generally supports the notion that big deals can be cancelled or renegotiated. I can still vividly remember Grant Shapps waxing lyrical on TV at the time. He was saying stuff like 'Oh, if something isn't working, then it is madness not to look at it again'. A mega-shill reinforcing the Brexit reversal script in advance. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-66998692 'HS2 West Midlands-Manchester line to be scrapped.' The Labour mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, accused the government of "disrespecting people across the whole of the North". "It just proves there are so many people in politics - many in the Tory party - that think they can treat the north of England differently to the way they treat other parts of the country," he told BBC Breakfast. (QED. And from Andy Burnham, who is one of he biggest stooges going.)
  7. The Brexit deal is actually due for review in 2026, not 2024 as I thought, but that's still only a year or so after what will likely be a late autumn general election. Just look at the headline and focus on the words 'New Brexit deal...'. Where they go on to say 'Ah, it's just for this or that...', it's garbage. The mass media are simply pushing the term 'New Brexit deal' in to the consciousness of Joe Public. This is the way that they operate. The E.U. will 'offer Labour the chance', eh? Yeah, I bet they will. I do now think that the PTB have given up on the idea of reversing Brexit in one go though, whether via parliament or another referendum. They will seek to do it piecemeal, with stealth and with the complicity/silence of the mass media. Unchecked, we will end up in virtually the same situation we were in before we left the E.U., by the end of this decade. And, after that, 'ever closer union' will be back on the agenda, which the U.K. have halted for the past 8 years or so. The PTB were never going to push on with that, without first getting us back in their clutches.
  8. A few more thoughts on the mass media, Partygate and BoJo. It really is the drip-feeding of this or that photo etc., quite remarkably just before PM's Questions on occasion, which should alert folks to all of the bullshit. Are we really supposed to believe this or that photo etc. intermittently landed in the laps of the mass media, over the course of many months, which they then dutifully released to Joe Public soon after? 'Hey sheeple, we have got yet another clip of some Downing Street staff dancing ready for you. Now you have got to get even more angry!'. It was Jackanory in the extreme. More than that, it was political activism in the extreme. It is not the function of a free press in a democratic society to act like that. I would even say that it was treacherous. And all, while not trying to get folks angry about unnecessary lockdowns, vaccinations given under duress and 'Covid' contract fraud. In fact, they actively supported lockdowns and vaccinations, while saying very little about 'Covid' contract fraud. It's just Baroness Mone, who is being served up as a sacrificial lamb, and she might yet get away with it! Moving on to BoJo, he is obviously of the Establishment. However, as I have often said over the years, it can be very easy to over-binarise in the way we think at times. Binary thinking plays a key role in how the mass media condition the consciousness of the sheeple. While BoJo did play a role in fudging Brexit, I think he did go against the grain, when it came to the U.K. exiting lockdowns in the spring of 2022. I don't think that he wanted to resign as prime minister. It was a case of him becoming persona non grata with the PTB. Does this mean that I would trust him, if he made a political comeback? Hell no. And when some folks say 'It doesn't matter who you vote for', depending on the country, I think that can be over-simplifying things as well. For example, it would have mattered to the PTB, if Corbyn had been elected as prime minister. This is why the mass media tirelessly campaigned against him. Now, it really does matter to the PTB, despite their control over the Tories, if Starmer doesn't get elected as prime minister. This is why the mass media are tirelessly campaigning for it to happen. So, while the PTB do try to make politics 'two sides of the same coin' as much as they can, the current state of the U.S. being a prime example, it can still matter who the people vote for in some countries on occasion.
  9. Aside from flipping him over to make a decent bog brush, just who the hell does that fella remind me of? Anyone? It will come to me soon!
  10. As a group, although there must be a few dissenters, even the SNP seem to be adopting the 'It's all done with' approach. Let's all play the blame game and just debate Hoyle's future. Very fishy. Furthermore, all of this now makes some of the recent 'anti-semitic' incidents involving M.P.'s look orchestrated, so as to give Hoyle a bit of ammo to use as justification, when the time came. Personally, on top of the main goal of protecting Starmer's position, I reckon that some M.P.'s really didn't like the idea of potentially being seen as complicit in war crimes. And the Israeli government obviously gets more time to destroy Gaza, without feeling heat from the U.K. parliament.
  11. So, let's get right down to the nitty gritty of it all. How many M.P.'s and how much of the mass media are now calling for the SNP motion to be put before parliament again? A simple solution, no? Well, maybe a handful of M.P.'s are, but, if so, they are getting no coverage. Cue a lot of time-wasting then. No need to quickly put things right and scrutinise what happened afterwards. Let's have many weeks of fake 'political rowing' instead. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-68371016 'How the row over Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle unfolded.' In response, Sir Lindsay issues a further apology, while emphasising his concerns about MPs' security, saying: "I never ever want to go through a situation where I pick up a phone to find a friend, of whatever side, has been murdered by terrorists". (He did it to protect his political family.)
  12. What he means to say is that the PTB feels at risk, due to too many village idiots waking up to the bullshit. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-68363058 'Prevent counter-terror scheme failures leave public at risk - ex-adviser.' Sir William Shawcross suggested Prevent was failing to identify terrorist sympathisers and there was an increased risk in the UK due to the war in Gaza. The Home Office said it had implemented almost all of Sir William's proposals, and would eventually enact them all. (Yeah, I bet they will.)
  13. This really should not be happening. The goal for the PTB is to make the U.K. just like the U.S., in terms of our prime minister (President soon) having executive power. Though some may not see it right now, this is a stepping stone in that direction. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-68369015 'Post Office scandal victims set to be cleared by new law.' Mr Hollinrake added that he recognised the "constitutional sensitivity" of the planned legislation, but added it did not set a precedent for the future relationship between the government, Parliament and the judiciary. "The scale and circumstances of this prosecutorial misconduct demands an exceptional response," he said. (Yeah, right.)
  14. Something like that. Regardless of exactly how they go about it, time-wasting is one of the PTB's key strategies, when it comes to managing a 'problem'. She hasn't gone to a doctor? Yes, RSV started to get a lot of coverage in 2022. Just another cover for vaccine damage. Why do you think that is? As in, why don't they use a new term? Maybe they reckon that they will get less questions and more uptake from the sheeple, by sticking with something familiar? I still remember, after the sheeple first got double jabbed, that the PTB first came up with the notion of a 'top-up' to get them queuing up again. Then, the PTB changed tack and switched to the famous 'booster' label. So, terminology is very important to them. 'Yeah, I am off to get my booster today!'. It does sound more appealing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katie_Hopkins 'She instead studied economics at the University of Exeter, receiving sponsorship from the British Army's Intelligence Corps. She spent weekends with the Officers' Training Corps. She completed her military training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, but had an epileptic seizure during the final passing-out ceremony, and as a result was unable to take up her commission. Hopkins said she kept her epilepsy secret while attending Sandhurst, as this would have prevented her from being commissioned. Instead, she joined a business consultancy and moved to Manhattan, New York City, before returning to the UK in 2005. In September 2006 she joined the Met Office as a global brand consultant.'
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