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  1. When excess deaths become the norm, then they will begin to skew the figures, which are based on the previous 5 years. Come next year, when I look at the figures from spring 2022 to spring 2024, then I am also going to compare them to 2019. Otherwise, unless there is an even greater surge in the number of unfortunate souls perishing, then there won't be any excess deaths for the MSM to report on. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-64953471 'Deprivation key in excess pandemic death rates, says Barnsley Council.' 'The town saw a 19.4% increase in the number of excess deaths between March 2020 to June 2022.'
  2. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-64951927 'Surge in gonorrhoea cases recorded across Scotland.'
  3. Mental as anything. Coke and steroids? Plus, the bottle he was swigging obviously. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-essex-64959085 'Chelmsford murderer returns to scene and talks to police.'
  4. He was probably nudged and then snitched on, by someone at the hostel, who in turn was probably nudged and paid off by a journalist.
  5. It seems that staff at the BBC have been advised to not even report on such incidents any more. I found a mention, on The Guardian's live commentary match feed, but that's about it. And how many more incidents are we completely unaware of? Out of sight, out of mind. https://www.theguardian.com/football/live/2023/mar/12/newcastle-v-wolves-premier-league-live '67 min I think there’s a medical emergency in the crowd but the match is continuing. A couple of Newcastle corners come to nothing.'
  6. I don't know. Why wouldn't terrorists go and have a good chinwag, about all and sundry, online? I am just surprised to learn that they didn't care to also leave some passport JPEGs, on their public Instagram accounts.
  7. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-64911212 'Chinese city Xi'an draws backlash with flu lockdown proposal.' 'Flu cases have surged across China just as its latest Covid wave is waning.' (Who would have thought it?)
  8. Accelerationism? Got to love some of the stuff they come up with. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-64832129 'How the US power grid is a target for far-right groups.' 'One key indicator is that online chatter has been rising sharply.'
  9. Motors for freedom? Hmm... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-64903201 'Ukraine war: Latvia sends cars seized from drunk drivers to help Kyiv.'
  10. Intellectuals of the world unite.
  11. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-surrey-64893806 'King Charles to visit Surrey avian influenza scientists.' 'King Charles is to congratulate scientists for their work in combating the largest-ever avian influenza outbreak in the UK. Since October 2021, there have been 330 confirmed cases of avian influenza across the country.'
  12. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-64856379 'Harwell science campus chosen for new Moderna vaccine base.' 'It said the site would "provide the UK public with access to mRNA vaccines for a wide range of respiratory diseases". Under the agreement, the UK has made a commitment to buy Moderna's vaccines for the next decade.' 'Health and Social Care Secretary Steve Barclay said: "Moderna's new Innovation and Technology Centre means NHS patients will have access to cutting-edge mRNA vaccines to fight against future variants of Covid, as well as other respiratory viruses, while also creating hundreds of jobs.'
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-64876657 'Covid booster jab to be offered this spring.' 'Dr Mary Ramsay, head of immunisation at the UK Health Security Agency, said Covid-19 was still circulating widely and there had been recent increases in older people being admitted to hospital.' 'People at higher risk of severe Covid-19 are also expected to be offered a booster vaccine dose in autumn 2023 in preparation for the winter.'
  14. I missed this one. Solomon The Wine. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-45809589 'Wine theft: Man accused of stealing rare bottles falls to death.' 'A man charged with stealing more than $1.2m (£911,000) worth of rare wine from Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon appears to have taken his own life as his lawyers waited for him in court. Nicolas De-Meyer, 41, who worked as the CEO's personal assistant for eight years, fell from the 33rd floor of the Carlyle Hotel in New York.'
  15. And how much of this 'hate' is really 'fake hate', which is churned out by PTB keyboard ninjas, so as to help further their agenda? Even Gareth Southgate said something like 'most of the abuse seems to be coming from out of this country', after some of his squad suffered racial abuse. What football fans go around racially abusing squad members of other countries, after they lose? Just no. Well, not to the extent that it was alleged to have happened.
  16. A lot of attention on some strategically unimportant place called Bakhmut all of a sudden. Should satisfy the sheeple, for a few more weeks at least. Kind of. They did want to take Syria, but failed. I think any conflict that 'resolves' with a North 'x' and a South 'x' is being set up for future carnage. What a bitch.
  17. I definitely don't agree with fitting folks up. One of the hallmarks of the PTB, is to try and close cases where they have played a role, by fitting folks up. Personally, I think that they have shot themselves in the foot, on quite a few occasions, by adopting this tactic. Reason being, that they have probably opened more eyes, by running around trying to pin the blame on someone with little evidence, than by just letting a case go cold and forgotten. For example, as with the Rettendon murders, Jill Dando and Maddie McCann. Maddie's death was accidental, but the same principle applies, as the PTB quickly got involved. And, quite alarmingly, both the Rettendon and Maddie cases weren't even remotely connected to national security issues. They were 'Boys In Da Club' influenced cases. I will look in to the Nuremberg case you referred to some more.
  18. The PTB know that the Covid Inquiry will drag on for years. They must have felt compelled to try and satisfy the sheeple now, with a few pre-inquiry titbits. More MSM energy seems to have gone into Partygate, in less than a year, than went in to the nigh on 10 years CSA Inquiry.
  19. Let's assume that scenario is true, in relation to at least one bombing. I could accept it as a genuine sacrifice for the greater good. You have to be a bit ruthless in that line of work. What I can't accept is Reichstag fire, police state type stuff, which is where we are heading nowadays.
  20. Good job they locked down the world, so as countless poor souls on the edge of survival would succumb, and also rebranded flu and pneumonia as 'Covid'. Otherwise, we might never have even noticed the effects of this 'leak'.
  21. This whole case stinks. Can anyone link to a MSM article, which at least hypothesises, as to why they were 'running away'? If this Mark Gordon character had done anything wrong, since being deported back to the U.K. some 15 years ago, then you can bet your bottom dollar that we would have heard about it by now. There can't possibly have been any justification to take away Marten's child, which would have been solely based on Gordon being convicted of rape when he was only 14 years old, some 35 years ago. This couple were probably being unfairly hunted in some way, which caused them to go on the run in the first place, and the baby is now dead. If they plead innocent, then we will at least get to hear their side of the story, in open court. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64830159 'Constance Marten and Mark Gordon charged with gross negligence manslaughter.'
  22. Right, so does this mean that MI5 now need to go after folks, much more pro-actively, who are perhaps 'not thinking right'? Perish the thought this is the verdict that the PTB were seeking. And you just have to love the way that no one is somehow accountable, for any of these 'failings'. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-64815723 'Manchester Arena inquiry: MI5 'profoundly sorry' for not stopping attack.'
  23. The CIA can't be challenged by an individual who becomes President, via the two party system, as it exists now, as it existed in 2017 and as it has existed for many decades. Maybe JFK had a chance to do something, if he had managed to evade assassination. Maybe he is now trying to make up for his immense stupidity. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-64759060 'Rod Stewart pays for scans at NHS hospital to cut waiting lists.' Found 'peacefully alone'? That's some euphemism. Yeah, I am sure he just loved being called on by the Reaper on his lonesome, way before his time, and quite possibly courtesy of Pfizer et al. If it's a case of Whitty or Hancock being thrown to the wolves, then there's only going to be one winner. And it isn't Tarzan. Praising Fauci? That's hard to come back from.
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