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  1. So, the 'attack', whatever it was, is supposed to have happened in Jordan, according to the U.S.. However, the Jordanians say it happened in Syria and they should know. But wait, the U.S. doesn't have any troops in Syria. Ah, what the hell, I am sure Mahmoud's passport will turn up somewhere. Invade Iran! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-68122706 'US drone attack: Three US troops killed in drone strike on US base in Middle East.'
  2. I don't think it is any coincidence that the 'Support Greta' events, which are periodically laid on for our secondary school climate warriors, usually seem to occur on school days. School headmasters even encourage the kids to bunk off. As in, if they were held on weekends, then hardly any of the little troopers would be arsed to attend. Now, if we are talking about adults facing the grim realities of war, which involves a bit more than surfacing from your pit early on a Saturday morning, then I reckon that you will see most of the Woke/Pride mob running for the hills. All of that tough talk and mock bravery will just melt away. Just imagine...
  3. He heard the clarion call and thought, a la Baroness Mone, 'I can help!'. It just so happened that 'helping' involved pocketing £367,000, for not a lot of graft. Good work, if you can get it. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-68092898 'Essex online prankster Simon Harris kept £367k from council contracts.' https://www.essex.gov.uk/running-council/spending-and-council-tax/spending-digital-community-engagement-pandemic-2020 'Spending on digital community engagement in the pandemic, 2020 onwards.' 'None of the contracts were required by law to be tendered. None of the contracts referred to in this spreadsheet were over the EU tender limit. (The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, but was in a transitional period until 31 December 2020 and the EU procurement rules remained in force in the UK throughout the period this content refers to.) Even if they had been over the tender limit, it is important to remember that the pandemic was a time when we needed to buy things urgently. Like many public authorities, we had to make use of regulation 33 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 during this time.' (Yeah, I bet they did.)
  4. Seriously, the next time someone in Westminster or at the BBC blows their trumpet over China's treatment of the Uyghurs, which is obviously very bad, then I will probably puke. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-22278037 'Who are the Uyghurs and why is China being accused of genocide?' 'Several countries, including the US, UK, Canada and the Netherlands, have accused China of committing genocide - defined by international convention as the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group".' 'The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, has China is committing "genocide and crimes against humanity".' 'The UK parliament declared in April 2021 that China was committing a genocide in Xinjiang.' 'The UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said the files contained "shocking details of China's human rights violations".'
  5. I found it quite something to see Konstipated Keir stamping his feet and making a big fuss, about lives being blighted by anti-social behaviour, on the very same day that the ICJ made an initial ruling on the Palestinian genocide. Mentally, the dude must be in another galaxy, far, far away. https://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2024-01-26/starmer-pledges-tough-action-on-yobs-during-visit-to-town-centre 'Labour's Keir Starmer pledges 'tough action' on anti-social behaviour during Reading visit.'
  6. That translates as 'The accord, aimed at preventing the plebs from escaping the next manufactured health catastrophe, is losing momentum due to too much truth being aired about the previous manufactured health catastrophe'. A bad workman will always blame his tools. She is the only one who managed to give me PTSD. I used to mute the TV most of the time, when she appeared, yet I could still sense billions of nano-turds bring fired at me from the screen. And, why did she refuse to divulge how her financial position changed, from pre-'Covid' to post-'Covid'? Let's keep this all very simple. If you are involved in forming government policy on public health, in any way at all, then you have no financial secrets. End of. "One of the most brilliant scientists in the world" - Piers Morgan. (More like the Jimmy Savile of 'Covid'. Totally unqualified.) The M.P. Michael Meacher, a noble man, was asking serious questions about all of this. RIP.
  7. I did recently say that the following line was now becoming very in vogue, with the scoundrels of today. 'To protect my family!' Tommy has also now signed up, it seems. Personally, I reckon that the vast majority of these 'threats', if not all of them, are manufactured or at the very least not serious. Reason being, to give the impression that a proverbial war zone exists around him, so that he really is left alone. If he is so endangered, in his own home no less, then why did he let it be well known that he would be attending this march well in advance?! It makes no sense. He very likely doesn't even want to be bothered by anyone, let alone mildly threatened, while enjoying life in his new mansion. We will probably have to class the turncoat Farage in the same bracket soon. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2024/01/22/tommy-robinson-court-london-refuses-to-give-address-threats/ 'Tommy Robinson refuses to give address in court and claims his family has faced 'serious threats'.' (Tommy and Nigel fighting it out, on behalf of the U.K. plebs.)
  8. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-68058932 'Tommy Robinson denies refusing to leave antisemitism march in London.'
  9. Irrespective of how this pans out, it is very sad that this kid has had to wait so long for his case to be heard. Just imagine, if he had instead joked about faking his LFT result. What is more, I am now terrified to learn that any future plane bombers now know not to use Gatwick Airport's WiFi system. On a more serious note, looking at this case from the view of the authorities, I find it beyond belief that such an alert system could be in place, that it was triggered by the use of key words and that no planes were ultimately grounded. The kid's plane wasn't far from landing at its destination, before any action was taken. I could probably buy the story that it took a bit of time to identify the author, but are we really being told that the 'concerning text' wasn't picked up promptly? If it was picked up promptly and, on identification of the author, deemed serious enough for the Spanish Air Force to scramble F-18 jets, then how could it also have not been deemed serious enough to ground all flights at Gatwick Airport in the first place? Anyone have any thoughts? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-68056421 'British man Aditya Verma appears in Spanish court over plane-bomb hoax.' 'Back in the UK, he was questioned by the British intelligence agencies MI5 and MI6, before he returned home to Orpington, Kent.' (LOL. Couldn't one of them have managed?)
  10. So, it's 'Psycho Chipmunk' Versus 'That Guy who transplanted some fukked up pubes on to his bonce and tries talking like Steven Seagal all the time'. One thing we can be sure of, though. Whoever emerges victorious will surely defeat Creepy Joe, in the next Presidential election, and ultimately destroy the Deep State. After toying with them and playing a bit of 33D chess along the way. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-68052806 'Nikki Haley finally gets her solo showdown with Donald Trump in New Hampshire.'
  11. Not so long ago, when getting rid of BoJo and Truss was on the PTB's agenda, then the masonic mass media would have termed this 'unacceptable bullying'. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-68054528 'Chief whip issues warning to Tory MPs who rebelled on Rwanda.'
  12. So, thus far, only about 150 people (or their next of kin) got the £120,000 payout. Shocking.
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-68050778 'Flu vaccine: 50-64 year olds in NI offered flu jab.' Dr Louise Herron, deputy director of public health at the PHA said: "Overall influenza levels remain low at present [but] we are seeing increased activity so it is essential that we don't become complacent. "The flu virus hasn't gone away and we must all continue to take steps to prevent catching and spreading it." (No, it just went on a very long vacation.)
  14. Well, we all know that President Sunak has no serious interest in curbing illegal immigration. This whole 'Stop the boats!' and deport the ones who do make it over here to Rwanda spiel is a charade. The ONLY reason that the government wants to pass the Rwanda Bill is to allow it to disregard the Human Rights Act, the European Convention On Human Rights and International Law. Motive being, the PTB recognise that there is going to be a lot of domestic opposition to some of the policies they try to force through in the U.K. this year. Namely, reversing Brexit and signing up to the WHO Treaty. Passing the Rwanda Bill allows them to be much more thuggish towards any dissenters. The Rwanda Bill has absolutely nothing to do with sending anyone to Rwanda. The Rwanda Bill could very easily be reworded, so that it's contents are only applicable in the context of deporting illegal immigrants to Rwanda, but it won't be. More tellingly, Konstipated Keir, who knows exactly what it's really about, hasn't said he would look to scrap the law, if and when he gains power. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safety_of_Rwanda_(Asylum_and_Immigration)_Bill https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Treaty_on_Pandemic_Prevention,_Preparedness_and_Response https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-68017310 'Rishi Sunak urges Lords to back Rwanda bill.' 'Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has urged the House of Lords to pass his flagship Rwanda bill, as he warned peers not to "frustrate the will of the people". Giving a press conference after the legislation was approved by MPs, Mr Sunak said it was now up to the Lords to "do the right thing".' (Classic PTB inversion.)
  15. No one knows what Attal is 'supposed' to stand for, but he is a banking whizz kid, who is going to help fend off the far right. Very good. Maybe the PTB managed to knock Macron out of their Khyber one day and the 'trailing clouds of glory' relates to Attal rising from the after effects. https://www.msn.com/en-xl/news/other/will-macrons-whizz-kid-help-fend-off-the-far-right/ar-AA1mTo4t 'Will Macron's whizz-kid help fend off the far right?'
  16. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-67981188 'How do Covid death rates compare across the UK?'
  17. When 'they' are desperate to come to you, so as to 'help' you, then you just know it can't be good. Ha ha ha. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-68028530 'Get measles jab to avoid rapid spread says UK health boss.' 'Dame Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency, says vaccination rates are "well below" what is recommended by the World Health Organization. Pop up clinics are being introduced to get more children vaccinated as cases continue to rise.' 'The UKHSA has now declared the measles outbreak a national incident, allowing it to put more resources into tackling the problem.' 'In London, mobile vaccination clinics have been set up to increase take-up of the jab in the borough of Camden, where one in four children start school behind on their measles vaccination. Kirsten Watters, Camden Council's director of health and wellbeing, said the clinics offered a convenient place for busy parents to tick the jab off their list. "When talking to parents, we find most do intend to vaccinate their child, we've got high levels of confidence and trust (Rubbish), it's just that they're finding it difficult to organise appointments and get to those vaccination clinics," she told the Today programme.'
  18. It is obviously very good to hear that anyone innocent of any wrongdoing will finally be exonerated in the not too distant future, but this has to be done via the legal system. The PTB must be salivating at the prospect of President Sunak passing an Act of parliament, so as to bypass the courts, which sets a parliamentary precedent for future abuse of the legal system. When you hear the phrase 'constitutional leap into the dark', then you just know the people are going to get screwed again. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-67940193 'Can scheme to quash Post Office convictions work?' 'It will be some weeks before the legislation is presented to Parliament, but we have a pretty clear idea of what the headlines translate to - and why, on a much deeper level, it represents a constitutional leap into the dark, albeit for a noble cause.'
  19. Sooner, Longer, Unimaginably Tougher. Ah yes, the said Sino-Battian lab leak that made flu and pneumonia disappear. Very impressive. As I recall, the takeaway slogan we were given at the time was 'If it's too big to fail, then it's too big'. I would suggest that the PTB, themselves, are at that point now. Because their TV screen told them so. I reckon that a fair few of them were a bit sneaky. As in, promote the vaccines, demonise the so-called 'refuseniks' and act like they have been vaccinated, but without explicitly stating as much.
  20. Total bullshit, but some of the statistics are interesting. As in, the jab uptake statistics, which are probably reliable as totals, though not as percentages of the U.K. population. We all know the population of the U.K. isn't 67 million. More like 70-75 million. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-67980238 'Study links missed Covid jabs with severe disease risk.' 'More than 7,000 Covid-related hospital admissions and deaths could have been prevented in the UK in the summer of 2022 if the population had received the full number of jabs recommended, according to research in The Lancet. Some 44% of the UK population was under-vaccinated, with younger people among the most likely to skip doses.'
  21. Just for the one financial year then. Seems like very good value. Baroness Mone must be arranging the shipments. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-67954152 'Sunak vows that Ukraine will never be alone as he pledges £2.5bn package.'
  22. A full "narco-state", eh? Kind of like Mexico then, which no one seems to care about. The term "narco-state" is a Western PTB term, which is reserved for nations that have broken free of their puppet governments. Like with Fidel Castro in Cuba. Not that I am suggesting the proverbial 'good guys' would be running Ecuador, if the current government was overthrown, and all would be rosy. The people probably would end up better off though. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-67950833 'Ecuador city tries to return to normal after gang horror.' 'As the days pass from the most terrifying experience in its modern history, it is beginning to look like Ecuador is returning to normality. The risk is that it is actually hurtling towards an entrenched armed conflict, and moving ever closer to becoming a full "narco-state".'
  23. All designed to try and create a wider conflict in the Middle East. Specifically, with the goal of lengthening the window of Palestinian genocide and overthrowing the Iranian regime. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-67954031 'A landmark moment for Rishi Sunak, but uncertainty abounds.' 'The government has the prerogative to do this without wider political consultation.' (Says who?)
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    Henry (In the mortuary) - 'Numnuts, you still there?' Numnuts (OMG, the old buzzard isn't quite dead yet) - 'What is it, Henry?' Henry - 'Why is this happening to me?' Numnuts - 'I already explained that to you. It's Da Environment, stoopid!' Henry - 'I didn't get my last request!' Numnuts - 'I never granted you a last request. Now, please just fukk off!'
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