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  1. 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'.
  2. 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.'
  3. 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.'
  4. 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.
  5. I at least hope that the whole truth comes out, about how and why everything happened the way that it did.
  6. Come to think of it, I seem to be experiencing some deja vu, when it comes to the authorities stumbling across passports that have survived serious fires and big explosions etc..
  7. Her boyfriend was convicted of rape, when he was only 14, and served 20 years in prison. Who knows how it all transpired. However, just given the basic facts, I doubt there was any justification for her baby to be removed under normal circumstances. If we are talking abnormal circumstances, though, then I suspect that who she is played a part. As in, her wealthy background. One thing I have repeatedly read is that the couple only first came on the police radar, after their car caught fire. Sounds like bullshit to me. I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that they were being monitored and, after their car broke down (or maybe they switched cars?), it was set alight by another party to usher in police involvement. Maybe her dad didn't like the idea of her boyfriend making it on to the family tree? Maybe her dad wanted to pressure her to get the baby adopted? Maybe she feared being unfairly harassed, after the baby was born? I suspect that they have temporarily put the baby under the care of a third party. I hope that it hasn't come to harm, but, if it has, then who is really to blame? It seems to me that the police are now using the threat of a manslaughter charge, so as to pressure them in to revealing the location of the baby and nothing more. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64804320 'Constance Marten and Mark Gordon arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11801845/The-54-day-hunt-runaway-couple-Constance-Marten-Mark-Gordon.html 'From a burnt out car on a motorway in Bolton, to a residential street in Brighton: The 54 day hunt for runaway couple Constance Marten and her rapist lover as they are finally arrested following tip off from member of the public.' 'Officers see that most of the belongings in the vehicle have been destroyed by the flames. But they discover Constance Marten's passport still relatively intact and establish she and her partner Mark Gordon were the occupants.' (Really?) 'Greater Manchester Police also find blood and placenta on the back seat and that the car was bought for cash in London just days earlier.' (Really?)
  8. There must be a lot that we aren't being told, about this case. For starters, not even a whiff of why they might have gone off-grid in the first place. They aren't supposed to have done anything wrong, before doing so, from what I can gather. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64794712 'Urgent search for baby as Constance Marten and Mark Gordon arrested.'
  9. Whenever I see Biden talking, it's like I am watching a scene from 'They Live' (1988). Like, every time.
  10. Does anyone know, definitively, if the new barcoded stamps are still supposed to be franked? If not, then it must be the case that Royal Mail are scanning them all. When I first heard about the move to barcoding, I thought that it was mainly to do with stopping stamps being reused, but apparently not. Well, at least not officially. They want folks to use them to link to videos and stuff online.
  11. Coming to a U.K. facility, some time soon? For 'Thought Crime' gangsters. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-64770716 'Thousands of tattooed inmates pictured in El Salvador mega-prison.' 'President Bukele tweeted that the first 2,000 people were transferred "at dawn, in a single operation" to the Center for the Confinement of Terrorism, which he says is the largest jail in the Americas.'
  12. If 'Covid' has taught us just one thing, then isn't it the case that having every country follow the same response, under orders, would be utter madness? As I recall, it was the U.K. deviating from a course of international lunacy, at the beginning of 2022, that helped to end the said international lunacy. As in, we proved, at the very least, that the measures in place were not worth it. I would go a lot further than that, myself, but I don't even need to.
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-64763625 'Bird flu: UK health officials make contingency plans.' 'One expert told the BBC "we must prepare for the worst" just in case.' 'When the Covid pandemic hit, there were no suitable vaccines available to fight that virus. But for bird flu, there are already several good candidates that might help.'
  14. Breaking news... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-64758924 'Isle of Man's current Covid booster vaccine campaign ends.'
  15. As we all know, it is the inside that really counts, but yes. If I had ever met her in real life and been invited back to her pad for some tea and biscuits, then I think that I would have declined. She seems to have been inspired by 'Ghosts Of Mars' (2001). Just like Konstipated Keir, she is as fake Labour as they come.
  16. Indeed, plus the public appetite for the truth will usually diminish, as the time wasting years pass by. Bingo. And, in the process, some 'undesirables' will be also rounded up on the home front, under the flimsiest of pretexts. Things will get really crazy. They have already started scapegoating, such as with Michelle Mone and PPE, but I don't think that the sheeple will swallow it myself. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-63871448 During the first lockdown, I think that the PTB had some vehicles driving around, with flashing blue lights but no sirens, and I said so at the time.
  17. On the pre-hack incarnation of this forum, which would be pre-May 16th 2020, there was a good thread on all of the deserted hospitals during the first lockdown. It was common knowledge and one didn't need to wander around hospitals filming, so as to prove it. PTB - You can have anything you want. Bridgen - I can't be bought and I will only say what I want to say, which involves mentioning 'The Holocaust'. PTB - That's what we wanted you to say. If an 'inquiry' is an exercise in time wasting, whitewashing and bullshitting, then it's an inquiry alright. And the lockdowns.
  18. The second I first heard this story, it seemed very obvious that this was the only 'solution'. How it took 3 days to 'get there', I have no idea. Of course, there will still be a few who only want one edition, whether original or woke, to exist. I don't really mind there beng two editions myself. Finally, I think that the use of the term 'fat' is only deemed as more offensive today, by some, due to there being loads more fat folks about. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-64759118 'Roald Dahl: Original books to be kept in print following criticism.'
  19. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-64716745 'Maggie Rogers notices more fans having panic attacks at her gigs.' 'Singer Maggie Rogers says she's seeing more people passing out and having panic attacks at her gigs.'
  20. I saw this story the other day. I rarely talk in absolutes. Not a chance it is Maddie, in my opinion. Maddie is sadly dead. As previously stated, forgetting everything else to do with the case, this is heavily proven by how hard Brueckner is being pursued. No conspiracy theories here. Well, not from our end, anyway. We got endless headlines, about how certain the German cops are it was him and how they have concrete evidence, yet the guy hasn't even been charged. Why are they so desperate to pin the blame on someone, if Maddie might still be alive? The same kind of thing happened with Barry George (Jill Dando), who actually went to prison for a while, before being exonerated. P.S. Remember how many of these sorts of images we had in the press? And now. he might not be guilty, after all? LOL.
  21. Given the amount of time that Musk has spent outside of South Africa, then one would imagine he would have learned that 'pedoguy' wasn't a common and normal insult outside of South Africa by then. Like, by being punched in the head or something like that.
  22. She is a national laughing stock. However, she did at least manage to get one thing right, on this occasion. Kudos to her. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64677595 'Then there's the legacy left by the boom of pandemic disinformation.'
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