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  1. It's 'The Demon Headmaster' (1996-1998), but without his toupee. And what's with her hexagon-shaped spectacles?
  2. I guess that's part of it. I think, in effect, these mental health advocates and privileged parents will, unofficially, virtually take over the schools. The rest of the school staff will probably be too scared to challenge them, for fear of losing their jobs. The green shoots of Orwell's outer party. We called it out ages ago and I am surprised that something like this didn't happen sooner. The eyes have it. It's not just this. This is part of a whole package being rolled out, which will aid the PTB in taking over our streets. I think one reason why they said police officers must attend all homes that have been burgled, is otherwise they couldn't justify sending out teams to collar suspected starers. Dom 'Bottom Gazer' Littlewood is in big trouble now! https://news.sky.com/story/extra-police-patrols-in-brighton-after-multiple-reports-of-rape-and-sexual-assault-12970524 'Extra police patrols in Brighton after multiple reports of rape and sexual assault.' "We have extra officers carrying out extended patrols in the area," said Detective Superintendent Richard McDonagh. "In addition to extended patrols in the area, we are working with venues and partners, including night safety marshals, beach patrol, taxi marshals and Safe Space, to help keep people safe. Digital screens highlighting support services such as night safety marshals, who can escort people to safe locations and link in with officers via their mobile handsets, are also being displayed in venues across Brighton." (Sounds good on the face of it, doesn't it. Always the way though.)
  3. Farmer played a big role in launching the career of Alizée, whose debut single, from her first album 'Gourmandises' (2000), was titled 'Moi... Lolita'. I always felt a bit creeped out by the video to 'Moi... Lolita', due to the fact that she took her little sister in to the nghtclub with her, then left her to go off dancing.
  4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-66818366 'Greta Thunberg charged after blocking Sweden oil port for second time.'
  5. What's with this new 'rapid spike' terminology? No more 'surging cases!'? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-66936189 'Covid: 'Rapid spike' forces partial closure of Rutland college.' 'A number of year groups at Uppingham Community College, in Rutland, have been sent home this week after 17 teachers tested positive for the virus, its principal Ben Solly said.' 'Mr Solly told the BBC two teaching staff members returned to work, with 15 still absent.'
  6. The PTB want to get more of their psycho footsoldiers in to paid positions within schools, under the guise of mental health advocates. There may be a few good eggs who get in, but most of them will just be blindly reading from the PTB manuals. No wrongthink allowed. The PTB also want to get more parents involved within schools. I am not sure how they are planning to do this exactly, but I have seen calls being made for it to happen, on some of the stupid talk shows of late. One can just imagine the types that will somehow make it past the school gates. Maybe I can go undercover as a Drag Queen dad.
  7. I have played a few football matches with female referees in my life and I have had no issues. I never played on a football team that had a female player, but if I had done, I would have had no issues. Other than navigating some changing room technicalities, I presume women can play on men's football teams? Different rules for different leagues maybe. One thing I have never been able to bear is female football match commentators. A bit of punditry, ok. Match commentating, just no. I can still vividly remember when I first heard a female match commentator on MOTD. She was screaming out 'And it's Papa Bouba Diop!' (RIP). I was like 'Oh, no!'. The TV was swiftly muted. Going back to what 'Football Focus' has become. Would you be surprised if, towards the end of an episode, they all dressed up as Teletubbies and started dancing around with a rainbow-themed beach ball? Then, maybe some rolling around on the floor, while chortling and petting each other? I probably wouldn't even bat an eyelid.
  8. Nessie is supposed to have come to worldwide attention in 1933. This would suggest some sort of connection. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loch_Ness_Monster 'Popular interest and belief in the creature has varied since it was brought to worldwide attention in 1933.'
  9. Finally getting down to the nitty gritty of it all. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-66850821 'Elon Musk: Social media platform X, formerly Twitter, could go behind paywall.'
  10. Or, perhaps, an as yet to be identified doctor.
  11. On January 1st 2022, almost 2 years ago now, I made the following Status Update. 'So, when did 'Football Focus' turn in to a 'Teletubbies' reboot? They should move it to the CBeebies channel.' I couldn't bear watching it any more and it seems that I was far from alone. I don't think Alex Scott is that bad as a presenter. It's just that the whole show has become a woke abomination and very puerile to boot. Pardon the pun. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-12546709/Fears-time-Football-Focus-Iconic-BBC-facing-axe-viewing-figures-plunge.html 'Fears it's full-time for Football Focus: Future of iconic BBC show is under discussion as they attempt to reverse decline in viewing figures with over a third lost in the last four years.'
  12. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-66869095 'Sufjan Stevens: Songwriter 'cannot walk' after being diagnosed with rare disease.'
  13. With all of the insane vaccine contracts that were signed, they probably have no option, other than to dream up new variants. Otherwise, they will have hardly anyone queuing up for the next round of jabs. There must be a hardcore few million, who are willing to keep rolling up their sleeves, and they will keep on going back to them. I think that there is another reason why we are hearing all about RAAC now. Namely, that the PTB think some buildings in the U.K. may be prone to collapsing, in the not too distant future. If it's the same clip I saw, then the old lady actually said 'those who don't have it are causing trouble'. Shocking. PTB delaying tactics, in my opinion. Not all of them by any means, but I have wondered whether some of these athletes who have died, not just bodybuilders, have ever taken this or that PED. Probably why they were so intent on finally forcing through the Online Safety Bill. Why no threats of prison for the bosses of the scumbag water companies?
  14. Now that flu is back in the headlines, it reminded me of this BBC 'Reality Check' clip from a few years ago, which was fronted by the gormless Rachel Schraer. It has an air of CBBC about it, but it is actually listed under the BBC 'World News' tab. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-46280108
  15. If not an abominable aquatic creature, then what are you suggesting the Loch Ness monster really is? Some kind of masonic sex toy that is capable of plumbing the depths?
  16. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-66716788 'British Challenger 2 tank hit in Ukraine.' 'A Western defence source told the BBC that the British-made and supplied Challenger 2 tank in Ukraine was initially immobilised by a mine. That mine explosion caused a fire in the rear fuel tank, at which point the Ukrainian crew of four evacuated the tank to safety. The Western defence source said that while the empty tank was immobilised, it was then targeted by a Russian Lancet loitering drone, which destroyed it. It is the first verified sighting of a Challenger 2 on the frontline since Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022.'
  17. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-66720478 'United Airlines briefly grounds all US flights after glitch.' 'In a statement, the airline said that all departures were halted due to a "systemwide technology issue".' 'Data from flight tracking website FlightAware shows that seven United flights have so far been cancelled. Another 330 have been delayed, according to the website.'
  18. Apologies, if already posted. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-66647057 'Covid inquiry: Emails of former Welsh NHS staff deleted.' 'Welsh NHS emails that could have been provided as evidence to the Covid inquiry have been deleted by mistake. Inactive accounts used by staff who no longer work in NHS Wales or who have moved to different organisations have been wiped. The news alarmed Plaid Cymru, which warned crucial information on Wales' pandemic response may never see the light of day. An NHS IT organisation said it was working on recovering the data. It is not known how many email addresses were impacted by the problem, caused by an incorrect setting that determines when emails are deleted.'
  19. Cornwall has been well warned, while the rest of the nation dithers. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-66710369 'Health boss warns over Covid-19 in Cornwall.' 'Dr Ruth Goldstein, assistant director for public health in Cornwall, is warning people to be cautious of Covid-19.' 'Dr Ruth Goldstein, assistant director of public health at Cornwall Council, said figures were unavailable as official testing was not taking place. But she said "everybody seems to know somebody who's got Covid-like symptoms".'
  20. Look who went on to become prime minister, unchallenged. The net could now be well and truly closing in. QED. Now that she has left Holyrood, it has to be the best time to be on the hunt. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-66614935 'Loch Ness Monster: Hundreds to join huge search for Nessie.'
  21. Both murdered. With Gaddafi, they tried to make out that he met his demise in all of the regime-collapsing chaos, but it was directly ordered. Indeed, plus the internet and mobile phone networks. Why would they assassinate anyone who already had four years in office and only assisted with their agendas? I would be rolling out the red carpet. There must be a reason for this. Fukkwits.
  22. Hmm... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casualties_of_the_Iraq_War
  23. I nearly went to double check the captions under the photos. Such times we live in. And the 33-year-old man is from Milton Keynes. If not an M.K. Don, then maybe an M.K. Ultra.
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