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  1. You honestly couldn't make this shit up. A 33 second clip.
  2. So, Holland has 42 F-16's and hasn't ruled out donating all of them to Zelensky, which means they probably will donate all of them. WTF. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12426465/NATO-allies-Netherlands-Denmark-vow-send-Ukraine-F-16-fighter-jets-repel-Russian-invaders-Volodymyr-Zelensky-hails-breakthrough.html 'NATO allies Netherlands and Denmark vow to send Ukraine F-16 fighter jets to repel Russian invaders - as Volodymyr Zelensky hails 'breakthrough'.'
  3. I think that far fewer folks will queue up next time around. We have already seen that downward trend, with the successive rounds of 'Covid' vaccines. The PTB's system is collapsing, on multiple fronts, and their only way out will probably be war. Hence, keeping the Russia/Ukraine conflict running in the background, nice and ready for some serious escalation and much more participation. Nick Clegg at Facebook. Revolving doors. It will be as bad as the U.S. in this country soon.
  4. Every once in a while, she will emerge from her own anus, so as to issue an edict. I do kind of agree with her, but now she has put her big feet in to the fray, it will probably mean that Greenwood turns in to a cause celebre. And if Greenwood was one of her mates, then she would probably be taking the 'He hasn't been convicted of anything!' line. P.S. There was supposed to be a boycott of J.K. Rowling because of her unwoke views, not that I am suggesting she supports Greenwood, and that didn't go very well, did it. I just mean that United are big enough to get away with keeping Greenwood. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/66540492 'Mason Greenwood: TV presenter Rachel Riley says she'll stop supporting Man Utd if forward stays.' "I won't be able to support United if Greenwood remains at the club," Riley said on Thursday.
  5. Verdicts in. I didn't pay much attention to the press frenzy yesterday. Let's just say I am not convinced of Letby's guilt.
  6. I think it should have been a red card myself, for dangerous play, let alone a penalty. He realised he wasn't going to get there and he knew what he was doing!
  7. It's not the case now though, is it. They are no longer just being led. They are getting massacred. Something has to give. Sooner, rather than later. I will stay positive and pray for everyone.
  8. Have faith. It was the most blatant of penalties. Maybe they will welcome Mason Greenwood as well.
  9. I watched the end of the Man. Utd. v Wolves match this evening. I don't really care who wins nowadays, but I was and can probably still be called a Man. Utd. fan. How that wasn't a foul by the new Utd. keeper, right near the end of stoppage time, I have no idea. That was funny.
  10. Every time I hear the term 'Covid Inquiry', I just laugh. I am sure that many lessons are being learned, on a daily basis. Would they seem so good, without their mass media cover though? After you scratch away at their veneer a little bit, I think that it is quite easy to see what is going on. The question that the likes of Marianna Spring don't answer is when, exactly, did dodgy scientists stop experimenting on innocent folks, on behalf of the state? You just get the usual 'conspiracist' accusation for suggesting it, with an implicit 'They just don't do it now' attached. In so many years time, 75 years, 100 years or whatever, it will emerge what is going now. And so on. It never ends. The cynic in me says that they were expecting the take-up to drop quite a bit, which would have led to a stark statistical anomaly, when it came to looking at who went on to develop serious health problems in that age group. As in, those who took the booster and those who didn't. Indeed, not. They were just bombarded with all sorts of threats and emotionally blackmailed. And that was mainly from the government; not Pfizer. Pfizer just told them how great their product was.
  11. Wondering why, when the great and the good meet and banquet, they don't eat bugs and the like to set a good example for the people.

    1. Mr Crabtree

      Mr Crabtree

      They aren't selfish people that's why, they leave that good stuff for us, and they force themselves to eat salmon and beef and oysters, venison etc although it makes them gag just at the thought of it, they persevere because they want us to have the best stuff!👍

    2. Oakwise


      They probably do eat bugs, being insectoids n all. 

  12. It seems that at least one juror isn't convinced of Letby's guilt then. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-66220792 'Lucy Letby jury can return majority verdicts, judge rules.'
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-66394111 'Nose-picking health workers more likely to get Covid, study shows.' 'The Dutch researchers said the role of nose-picking in spreading the virus could be underestimated. Men and younger people were more likely to admit to the habit, they found.' 'Writing in the PLOS One journal, they recommended "educational sessions against nose-picking in infection prevention guidelines".'
  14. I was going to start a thread on this story, right after it all happened. It just all felt wrong to me. So bizarre. I was glad to hear that enough folks kicked off to at least force a climbdown of sorts.
  15. 'Trump In Court' has to be some of the weakest PTB 'Divide And Conquer' theatre that I have ever witnessed. Just laughable.
  16. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-66407059 'Greta Thunberg pulls out of Edinburgh Book Festival over 'greenwashing'.'
  17. AA+? Yeah, right. More like F-. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-66379366 'Fitch downgrades US credit rating from AAA to AA+.' 'US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called the downgrade "arbitrary".' 'Former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said Fitch's decision is "bizarre and inept," particularly as the US economy "looks stronger than expected," he said in a post on Twitter, now known as X.' 'Mohamed El-Erian, the chief economic adviser at financial services giant Allianz, said the Fitch announcement was "a strange move".' 'Fitch also said it expects the US to slip into a mild recession later this year. However, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman said "the biggest economic news over the past year has been America's remarkable success at getting inflation down without a recession".' 'Others questioning the timing of the Fitch announcement included Jason Furman, who was an economic adviser to former US president Barack Obama. He called it "completely absurd".'
  18. When the tyrannical, corrupt Netanyahu gang see the U.K. troops coming to restore democracy in Israel, then there is only going to be one outcome. They will all run off and seek refuge in Saudi Arabia or Russia, before we have fired even one shot, as they know what the final result would be. Job done. I always said that the good Israelis would wake up to the Netanyahu snake, sooner or later. When the protests first kicked off, he tried to instigate more trouble with Palestine. Even now, he is desperately trying to instigate more trouble with Lebanon. Old dogs, old tricks. He is fooling no one any more.
  19. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-66313266 'Avian flu warning to tourists as birds face 'catastrophe'.'
  20. Not a chance. It is a bit oxymoronical. Taking something, which will stop you being a part of literally everything, with the aim of continuing to be a part of something.
  21. Well, we have all seen it on the news, so everything is 100% verified. The Israelis are under attack and are crying out for help. For how long are we going to ignore their pleas? Is it now high time to send in our troops to sort it all out? Get rid of Netanyahu and arrange for them to have some fresh elections, which we can properly monitor. Surely, it has to be the best course of action. Sunak must give a press conference on this matter imminently, before it all gets totally out of control. From what i can gather, Joe Biden would be right behind him. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-66258416 'Israel judicial reform: Key bill becomes law amid mass protests.'
  22. I was wondering whether they might be lying, about why Victoria no longer wants to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-66229574 'Commonwealth Games: 2026 event in doubt after Victoria cancels.' 'The 2026 Commonwealth Games are in doubt after the Australian state of Victoria cancelled its plans to host due to budget blowouts.'
  23. The BBC are well keen on posting 'Happy Face' recovery pics of anyone who has suffered a stroke or heart attack etc., then didn't quickly croak it. Edwin is much better now. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/66237683? 'Edwin van der Sar: Former Netherlands goalkeeper out of intensive care.'
  24. Indeed. I still see 2012, not certain by any means, as a point where a cosmic pendulum began to slowly swing in the other direction. Hold firm. Columbo was right. PTB Imaginations Ltd.. As the BBC will not condemn the legal behavior of Huw Edwards, when the time comes, I see that they have now embarked on a McDonald's anti-groping crusade instead. How noble of them. I don't see Huw as a victim. However, if what many of us see as 'sordid activities' have become increasingly normalised in society, over the past 20 years or so, then it does become harder to criticise those who engage in such activities. As in, viewing anyone who has turned 18 as meat for sale. I still find it quite ironic that the mother of the first alleged victim turned to The Sun for help. I never really had much time for the term 'Pride' myself. What's to be proud of? As Kuato said, 'You are what you do' and I don't think he was referring to orifices. I would probably go along with something like 'Unashamed', which truly did encompass everyone in society. Message being, try to tolerate all folks for who they are, whether that's to do with their sexuality, looks, class, clothing or anything else. Jez Vine? Isn't that the guy who tipped Huw Edwards over the edge and in to a major mental health crisis? Personally, I think that Huw should be asking for quite a lot from him. Fair's fair.
  25. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-66203740 'Covid: Teen's heart transplant after rare complication.' 'Osian Jones, 16, had three heart attacks after developing MISC-C (Multisystem Inflammatory syndrome in children associated with Covid).' (Pfizer stooges bullshitting very hard.) 'This rare complication of coronavirus occurs mainly in children of school-age, but occasionally in infants or young adults.'
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