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  1. All agendas always begin with 'it's just for them'. Think 'the longest journey always begins with the first step', which is a positive expression, but in an inverted way. Like a highway to hell kind of way.
  2. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-65534494 'Poor diabetes care may be behind 7,000 excess deaths.'
  3. No one knows what the future will hold, but I never thought I would see this happen. Even for just one song... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-65497595 'Frankie Goes To Hollywood go back to the Pleasuredome at Liverpool reunion.'
  4. I am now just waiting for the likes of Gary Lineker to rally in support of McGiffin's right to free speech. Per chance, Ian 'Baby Man' Wright and Alan 'Don't care who owns my club' Shearer won't be far behind either. The dam is about to burst!
  5. All in the aftermath of Lineker's free speech battle with the BBC being headline news. And McGiffin doesn't even work for the BBC, which was the main reason why Lineker got scrutinised in the first place. As in, over the impartiality contract clause. Ridiculous. As for the article itself, we have the usual lingo reserved for anyone in the public eye who gets their hymn sheets mixed up. For example, the likes of 'bizarre', 'rant', 'tirade', 'plot' (vague usage) and 'Government' (vague usage), but nothing on Elvis as of yet. I haven't heard that Hancock/French patients story before, which does sound silly. However, I couldn't find the audio of McGiffin's radio interview on Youtube, so I can't know what she said or where she might have got it from.
  6. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-65504109 'Derbyshire election count abandoned after candidate's death.' https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-65487139 'Voting suspended following death of Conservative candidate.'
  7. Indeed, if everyone had refused to go in to lockdown and just tossed their TV's from their homes, then no one would have noticed the slightest difference in their lives. I think it is now very safe to assume, a certainty even, that the next 'pandemic' will not be 'Covid'-related in any way, shape or form. The PTB need a new brand name to work with.
  8. Christine Anderson - 'There's a lot of people that think...' The whole problem is that a lot of people don't think. Not any more. I still like the way that the 'pandemic' had to officially be declared over. Cheers, Tedros. A PTB pawn who was placed on the board, when it became obvious that one non-PTB M.P. or another, was soon going to enter the vaccine concerns fray. These non-PTB M.P.'s now know, by entering the said fray, that they will be cast as in league with unruly 'Holocaust Mentioners' and kicked out of their parties. Whereas, if one non-PTB M.P. had entered the fray prior to Bridgen, then the 'Holocaust' would never have been mentioned at all and neither should it have been. Then, the rather silly scene at PM's Questions, where vaccine concerns were somehow conflated with 'anti-semitism', could not have taken place. If one thinks about it, even briefly, then it is quite obvious that only a very small minority really 'knew' what was going on. All bound by oaths, no doubt. They would have each been personally responsible for what their own did or didn't get. It still makes me laugh that some were expressing surprise, at the likes of Justin Bieber getting vaxxed. Like he would have been Inner Sanctum or something.
  9. I don't know. However, he managed to lose 11 frames in a row, on the biggest stage and in front of the whole world. And, this was not long after a load of Chinese players got collared for match fixing. So, if he was cheating, then he is the Moriarty of the green baize. Hard to see Brecel choking for me. Woke pioneers. Lot's of 'thems' and other assorted pronouns in there.
  10. Imagine how those who punted on Si felt, after watching his 14-5 lead slip away. So sick...
  11. If I was a player, then I would hate to win like that. Wondering whether someone had thrown a match against me.
  12. I would like to see Si Jiahui winning it. I guess that most of the general public will also be rooting for him now. I don't greatly dislike Selby, but I would rather he didn't win it again. I don't really mind if Allen or Brecel win it. Allen looks like a leprechaun, so maybe luck will be on his side this year.
  13. I am not casting any hard aspersions here, but I was wondering the same thing as this chap on the BBC comments, after watching the conclusion of the O'Sullivan V Brecel match. Even allowing for all of Ronnie's weirdness etc.. Reply posted by R M, today at 13:46 'Anyone but Ronnie, this would have gone for fixing.'
  14. This move is part of wider judicial reforms. Most alarming, is the news about a pilot scheme that will allow just one judge, with no jury at all, to decide whether someone is guilty of rape or only attempted rape. Nothing undemocratic to worry about here then. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-65397235 'Not proven verdict to be scrapped in Scottish courts.' 'A new specialist sexual offences court will be created and a pilot project will see rape and attempted rape cases being held without a jury, with a single judge deciding whether or not the accused is guilty.'
  15. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1760885/young-couple-found-dead-devon 'Young couple found dead at home in ‘very rare but coincidental’ case that baffled police.'
  16. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11980909/Dragons-Den-star-Rachel-Elnaugh-ordered-demolish-anti-vaxxers-sanctuary-Peak-District.html 'Dragons' Den star Rachel Elnaugh is ordered to demolish £1million anti-vaxxers sanctuary in the Peak District built for 'shamanic rituals' and as a 'safe haven away from the threat of humanity'.'
  17. This is positive news, but how long could it take to go through the motions? Years, probably. Sadly, I am guessing that 'corporate manslaughter' equates to none of the guilty ever eating any porridge. A long while back, there was some idiot on here bragging that they had written an article debunking our assertions. Probably died when gardening by now. . For now, in the countries where it is occurring, mass immigration is running alongside depopulation. No reason why it shouldn't do.
  18. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-65266256 'Million-year-old viruses help fight cancer, say scientists.' 'The team wants to harness the discovery to design vaccines that can boost cancer treatment, or even prevent it.'
  19. The Stuttgart tournament starts a month after she last played. I will be interested to see whether she does play and how she performs. It must have been some coughing fit. Probably her body trying to expel something that couldn't be expelled. https://tennis-infinity.com/wta/swiatek-hints-comeback-from-injury-in-stuttgart 'Swiatek Hints Comeback From Injury In Stuttgart.'
  20. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/winter-sports/65178445 'Katie Ormerod: Snowboarder aims to put nightmare season and bone infection behind her.'
  21. He died suddenly, but the BBC article just says that he died. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-65242356 'Tributes paid to AFC Portchester's captain Mason Peddle.'
  22. Musk risks a row with the BBC, eh? See how he fights for us.
  23. It's almost like you can hear some little cogs going round in Jurgen's pea-sized brain. However, when you've been one of those heavily promoting the shit juice, albeit innocently, then the bar to self-realisation must be a lot higher, than it would be for your average Joe. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/65215883 'Liverpool v Arsenal: Gunners boss Mikel Arteta expects atmosphere like a jungle.' The Reds are 29 points behind leaders Arsenal having lost nine times in 28 matches. They have not lost more league games in any of Klopp's six full seasons in charge. "It is one of these moments where it is really not good," Klopp said. "You get in this whirlwind and it sucks you in that direction and all of a sudden it's like 'Wow, where are we?'. But I am not a worse manager than last year, definitely not. It doesn't mean the outcome is good enough, not at all. But I'm not worse. And the players are not worse players. They've just played worse. That's definitely the case." (Why?)
  24. I would love to see the official stats relating to the vaccination status of all Premier League squads. How many vaccines has each player had, if any, from what manufacturer and when. I certainly wasn't suggesting that a vaccine-hammered Liverpool squad solely accounts for the 30 points or so gap between them and Arsenal, but there is no doubt in my mind that it has cost Liverpool points. If enough players are not performing 100% physically, which the vaccines clearly do affect, then it's a given. P.S. It seems that at least some of the Liverpool squad did manage to achieve the quadruple last season.
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