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  1. 58 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    The 'Manchester bombing' is just one of these I feel, and you can apply the same analysis, as Richard has done with other supposed 'terror attacks', like those in London.


    My theory is that it would be nigh on impossible to pull off something like this, with no casualties turning up at the local hospitals. I also know that the PTB are not at all shy, when it comes to maiming and killing people.

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  2. 1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    Yes, they have done that to a couple of people, haven't they. David Shayler & Bradley Manning spring to mind - and they were both before this became a forced acceptable thing in the mainstream, so it was more shocking then, and partly to ridicule & discredit them.


    Yes, I was going to say that it would be less of a discrediting factor nowadays. However, even if a PTB victim 'gender switched' to something that is more of a current norm, than it used to be, then they would still lose some credibility. Simply by the act of suddenly changing.

  3. 2 hours ago, Finder said:

    The hacker did not originate from israel, they are located in the UAI according to some posters here who bothered to check.


    In reality, we have no idea where the hacker was operating from. I don't really care either.


    36 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    It's interesting you mention vBulletin, as I believe the 'old' David Icke forum used an old version of that software. One of the reasons given why the Ickes launched the 'new' Social forum using Invision Community was because vBulletin wanted a lot of money to offer an upgrade to their latest version of their forum software.


    Yes, the old 2006 forum ran on VBulletin software, which I liked when it came to presentation and usability. I didn't know anything about vBulletin pushing upgrade options for inflated prices.


    26 minutes ago, ink said:

    So lets know something... hackers are in front of any company providing supposed security... they (hackers) create the 'problems' that corporations then sell the 'patch' for to the general user.


    Norton and McAfee antivirus. :classic_tongue:



    14 minutes ago, chocomel said:

    We could go on guessing 'Who Dunnit?' till cows come home but we will never get to the bottom of it or even take them to the police station. :classic_rolleyes:


    Who knows what might surface, come Nuremberg 2025, chocomel. :classic_cool:

  4. 2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    I certainly heard about this in the past, some PHP software did have 'exploits' that hackers could use, simply by adding parameters when calling certain .PHP files, and I think this was how they did these 'SQL injections' which would literally 'inject' data in to the database, either to add the hacker as a user (thus bypassing the software's registration system) or to insert malicious code or files. You tend to not hear much about this now, probably because PHP and SQL security has been much improved over the years.


    On vBulletin the PTB could edit posts, without the said posts showing as being edited. Not something they did often though, as they didn't want to get rumbled.


    18 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    Of course the logical explanation for all this is that Muir was a mole.


    I don't see how anyone can rule out the possibility that he suffered either further online strife or even offline strife.


    4 hours ago, TruthSeeker27 said:

    Because what has he actually achieved aside from deleting some of the threads? I'm interested to hear yours and other peoples thoughts on this.


    We don't know it was 'he' and not just 'some of the threads'. You mean, at least for now, all of the threads from the past 16 months or so! If Gareth comes on the forum and says he thinks that 'he' had something to do with it, then I might listen.


    3 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    The way management just deleted the old forum with no explanation indicates they regard members as sleeping partners...


    The management didn't delete the old forum. The PTB knocked it offline.


    3 hours ago, oz93666 said:

    Or perhaps MI5 realize if the forum is totally gone , their infiltration and hacking department is out of work... defunded.


    They will never have their wages docked and they will never be 'defunded'. Unless, we kindly do it for them.

  5. With such large scale events, on U.K. soil and still for now at least, then I would suggest that 'something' happened. The mass media could then exaggerate it, twist it and spin it to kingdom come. What I do know is that Salman Abedi was innocent of this act. Just like the 7/7 patsies were innocent. 

  6. 11 hours ago, Messenger said:

    I believe it is a for of population control but also it is a practice that goes back to Babylon, they are very pervasive unruly entities except to force humans to their rules.


    What has the PTB grabbing armed forces or security service operatives who have publicly gone off script, then releasing them with altered genders, got to do with population control? :classic_unsure: Not that I am knocking Max Spiers at all, who I believe was murdered by the female of the species. :classic_wink:


    P.S. Snowden is lucky he managed to hotfoot it away from the PTB. :classic_laugh:

  7. It is well known that some folks, who emerge from the clutches of the PTB, do so with altered genders. Is this an unintended consequence of their 'treatment'; a deliberate act, so as to make appear less stable; or maybe a bit of both?

  8. On 5/20/2020 at 11:13 PM, Velma said:

    Trump says, "We have the best and most devoted (obedient) workers to ever walk the face of the Earth and now we are combining all of these amazing (military) strengths for the most aggressive vaccine project in history." You have been warned.


    Ah, so this is how he meant the virus would 'just go away'. :classic_tongue:


    On 5/21/2020 at 2:02 AM, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

    In a time of mass state surveillance its nearly impossible to plan a protest the PTB can't hijack if they did not outright create it. Lots of money out there for theatrics and illusions.


    If not hijack, then at least disrupt.


    On 5/21/2020 at 2:58 AM, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

    Here we are invited to assume that online anonymity ever really existed. Even stupid leaders understand the importance of having airtight control of any anonymizer sites online. So, why bother telling us ip requirements more severe in China and Iran? By creating an illusion of internet anonymity in any degree lures those believing they are cloaked into speaking more openly. The only thing changing as anonymity dissolves is that surveillance at this level will now be applied overtly everywhere. For people like me that never believed in web anonymity nothing changes. My decision long ago to stop trusting the PTB has saved me a lot of confusion.


    Anti-anonymity tools are  just going to become more industrialised and normalised.


    7 hours ago, Sothic said:

    I think they updated this later and said they missed lots of 2020 deaths so it pushed it above. It's worth checking out, I can see stuff like this being used as an example that all the independent research is fake news.


    A little bit more patience and slowly, slowly, catchy monkey. Give it a few more weeks and all of their figures, for this phase of the psyop, will have rolled in. :classic_wink:

  9. 17 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    HAHAHA! The numpties have accidentally made email addresses of 300 contact tracers public...

    Contact tracing fiasco deepens as minister admits NHS Covid-19 app won't be up-and-running for 'a few weeks', security experts warn software could be hacked and workers hired to curb spread have 'never been so bored' and told to watch YOUTUBE videos.



    What a surprise to see Serco on the scene. Rigorous training? Yeah, right. More like rigorous pocketing of taxpayer's cash.


    10 hours ago, rideforever said:

    I don't know what the f is going on any more, just watching Borish and Keir Starmer... what the hell are they talking about? Back to the death rate charts, well through Europe they are tending towards nothing... few more weeks and it's gone. Now they are yapping on about testing and testing and fk knows what... it's just empty words bouncing around empty heads. Even the Coronavirus is embarrassed about all this, difficult to keep kicking someone when they are down.


    The Israeli mafia have demanded that they keep the carnival on the road. It is as simple as that.


    10 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    I was shocked recently to read somewhere of plans to 'teach' 11 year olds about lesbian and gay sex, transgenderism etc etc. What the actual frick?!? I'd have been on the school doorstep, demanding to know if they'd accidentally missed bestiality off their itinerary, and bellowing in faces. Things are going from bad to profoundly twisted in schools, and the latest plans fill me with total dread for the youngsters.


    Oh, I think they are definitely aiming at younger than 11 for all this sort of stuff. Just look at what Holland are already teaching in primary schools.


    9 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

    The Telegraph article is based on one week's figures. The UK has undertaken an economic scorched earth policy and at present Worldometers show the UK on a grand total of 526 deaths per million and Sweden on 380 per million.


    Even allowing for some variations in how different countries are collecting data, it is very obvious that Sweden has not suffered any more health issues than the U.K. in the last 2 months. All while not going under lockdown and destroying their economy! I can imagine the scene now.


    News editor - Go and do a hit piece on Sweden!

    Reporter - How, though?

    News editor - I don't really care. Just go and do a hit piece on Sweden!  


    On 5/20/2020 at 3:32 AM, Beachcomber said:

    Weird how all these companies were ready for this. I mean all the adverts, how long does it take to make these ads? How much do they cost? Yet they were on tv within a couple of weeks of this all starting, how could they have known it was gonna last? I mean to quantify making a costly advert it’s got to be worth it? I know some companies have just been quick to react, and that’s just good business, you have to keep money coming in, just even very early on ads we’re telling us all about home and new ways to communicate etc.




    The 321 page Coronavirus Bill was ready to be put to parliament in the middle of March. It simply can't be! :classic_rolleyes:



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  10. On 5/19/2020 at 11:10 PM, Velma said:

    Like bronchopneumonia and emphysema? An inquest has heard a prisoner died after contracting Covid-19. George Cobbledick, aged 90, was serving a sentence at HMP Whatton in Nottinghamshire when he died at Nottingham's City Hospital on 4 April. Assistant coroner Laurinda Bower opened the inquest into his death at the city's coroner's court earlier. "Doctors have proposed a medical cause of death of Covid-19 associated bronchopneumonia and emphysema," said Ms Bower.


    George Cobbled Icke (RIP). Sounds like the old guy that Winston spoke to in the pub.


    On 5/20/2020 at 12:07 AM, The Illuminator said:

    Luke Johnson of pizza Express talks sense on QT.


    Right, so some pizza guy is allowed on the Israeli mafia's flagship propaganda TV show, where all guests are very carefully screened and which is edited to the hilt, to say exactly what we said on Day One of the lockdown. This is just another big slap in the face of the general public from the PTB.


    On 5/20/2020 at 2:26 AM, Sentient Being said:

    I do that on a lot of sites/forums I post on now. It's nothing against the sites/forums either as so many are being attacked and what not. Nothing worse than spending a while typing out a response, checking it, checking it again. Then you post it and then BAM! some error comes up or whatever.


    Yes, folks should always copy their posts, before submitting them. In the last years of the old forum, I did that every single time. Any issues, then save your post to Notepad, or something similar, for future submission.


    14 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    Size of Light, or someone else around at the time - if you remember it, let me know, would you?


    He hasn't been around, since the forum was attacked, either.


    11 hours ago, motleyhoo said:

    This is why I have been telling people for weeks, if you want the pandemic to end, turn off the TV.  It will all be over at that exact moment because what's actually going on in the real world is the exact opposite of what the TV is saying.


    This is one big reason why they pushed the lockdown so hard early on. To get folks brainwashed to the maximum, while cowering at home.

  11. On 5/19/2020 at 9:59 PM, serpentine said:

    A real "hockey stick" graph there showing the increase in benefits claimants.




    Unfortunately come mid June data releases it'll look more like a "boomerang graph" as the fall out of government decision making rolls in.


    I think that this will be the time when the first Brexit Delay (Cancellation) overtures are seriously made to the general public. There may well be a few subtle suggestions before then. :classic_wink:


    Mass media - Sheeple! Are you there sheeple?

    Sheeple - Yes, mass media.

    Mass media - Well, do you remember when we proudly told you that we left the E.U. back on 31st January?

    Sheeple - Yes, mass media.

    Mass media - Well, although we didn't bang on about it at the time, it is actually the case that nothing really changed.

    Sheeple - What on earth are you going on about mass media?! We left!

    Mass media - Yes, but yes means no really. We just need a quick squiggle, of Bojo The Clown's pen, and it is all as we were.

    Sheeple - WTF! Arggghhhhhh!





    23 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Boris Johnson to discuss coronavirus vaccine efforts with Bill and Melinda Gates.



    Drop me out.


    This translates to me as 'BoJo to soon receive latest set of orders from Bill and Mel'. After all, if you have the dirty cash, then why shouldn't you use it to order around elected members of the U.K. parliament.  


    23 hours ago, A-chan said:

    November 5th is gonna be one hell of a night! There'll be so many effigies to choose from.


    I don't know about that. I was almost singing along, when Edward Woodward finally got it.


    23 hours ago, motleyhoo said:

    And I bet if you look into it, deaths from other causes, which usually number in the hundreds or thousands per month normally, were down over 90% march through present day. Covid doesn't just have nearly 50 symptoms, this beast is so powerful it sucks up other diseases and makes them disappear.


    If one asks the right questions, then one can always penetrate through the thickest of bullshit. At the moment they are trying to spin 50,000 plus excess deaths, lockdown deaths in reality, as being nigh on 40,000 Coronavirus deaths. 


    22 hours ago, banjo dog said:

    Just been going back over posts from the last couple of days. If they should start prosecuting people for spreading covid 19 conspiracy theories, I wonder who will be defending Boris, Matt Hancock, Witty and all the others, and hope they don't forget Neil Ferguson. Saw a bit on B.B.C news yesterday, Michael Gove apparently said that schools were unlikely to be the source of any outbreak. If that is the case now then surely it was the case 8 weeks ago.


    Today, they actually said that it had been deemed 'scientifically safe'. Ha ha ha.

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  12. 23 hours ago, ink said:


    Good work. I, personally, think that the middle of June will be a very good time to fully assess and destroy all of their bullshit narratives. We aren't yet at the stage, where they can just memory hole their own narratives from their own websites. Well, we probably are, but not yet on an industrial scale. :classic_wink:  


    23 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    It was somewhere on the GOV.UK website, that inhalation of isocyanate 2K fumes can cause a type of asthma which is permanent. Symptoms of which included breathing difficulties, fever/chills, skin rashes. Which all oddly to me sounded like 'Covid-19' symptoms.


    Apparently, delirium is now also classed as a Coronavirus symptom. This BBC article is angled at ICU patients, but I am suspicious of another motive here. 






    23 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    Children need cuddles and tickles with their families, and tag & other tactile games at school and outdoors with their friends.


    What really makes me sick is the thought of primary school children returning from a segregated playtime to a nice lesson on shagging. In a few years time, it will probably be on sexual relations with adults. It sounds ludicrous now, but it wouldn't surprise me at all. Primary schools should remain a conceptual, sex free zone forever. :classic_angry:   


    23 hours ago, Velma said:

    There has been just over two thousand alleged “nasty cold” fatalities in Scotland, hardly a pandemic in a population of around five million people and I can confirm that I don't know any of them.


    Well, that's ultra-masonic Scotland for you, isn't it. Of course it is going to be worse over there.


    22 hours ago, kj35 said:

    I thought it meant CO rona Virus IDentification 19 (2019) for when it was first reported 31/12/19.


    This is also how I remember the mass media first presenting it to us, but I couldn't swear to it.

  13. 18 minutes ago, Kala Namak said:

    Indeed that would be great, however merging the posts, users,  post counts and reputation score of 3 forum databases, including ones which may have been compromised, is probably not that straightforward. If the new forum is going to be on a different platform then that might also add some complication. I imagine the admins are doing their best to get things up and running as soon as possible. It would help us anxious punters if there was some kind of noticeboard or read only thread where they can give regular brief updates so that we know what's going on.


    I didn't mean to suggest that the old 2006 forum should somehow be merged with the upcoming, new forum. When it comes to that old 2006 forum, I was just hoping that it could be put back online, temporarily at least, so that us forumites can manually copy and paste preferred threads from there over to the upcoming, new forum. This probably would take a bit of care and attention, due to presentation considerations, and I would far rather do it with direct access to the old 2006 forum. For example, some threads from the old 2006 forum seem to be 'uncacheable' on search engines for some currently unknown reason, as i have already mentioned, plus I can't even remember all of the threads that I would probably like to migrate over. I would like to look at the full menu again first. :classic_smile:


    I agree that it would be nice to get more updates on time scales and on what is and isn't possible. Not nice being a forumite pleb is it. :classic_laugh:  

  14. Just now, Basket Case said:

    Contract sold to Numnuts......what's your price ?  :classic_tongue:


    For free. I already had the PTB trying to seduce me, but no pile of dirty money they could conjure up would ever be high enough. :classic_smile:

  15. 10 minutes ago, kj35 said:

    I'm going to wait if we all start doing it we'll flood everything and it is still just the links it doesn't look like it did. Am going to hang on and see if the webmaster comes up with a better solution


    The ideal solution, in my 'untechie' mind, would be to retrieve the forum that went down on Saturday morning; then shift all of the threads from this temporary forum on to that forum; then to migrate the now resurrected forum that went down on Saturday morning to the new forum (sigh); and then to retrieve the old forum from 2006, at least temporarily, so that preferred threads from there can be migrated on to the new forum. Sorted. :classic_laugh:

  16. On 5/19/2020 at 1:32 PM, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    This graph was featured on UK Column's report yesterday and compares the death rates per 100,000 in non lockdown Sweden over the last 30 years. It shows a trend of decline in death rates including for 2020 and is yet more evidence exposing what a farce lockdown is.


    The BBC did a very weak hit piece on Sweden just yesterday. The video segment I saw was all about focussing on 'unnecessary' care home deaths in Sweden. Talk about throwing stones in glass houses! There was zero comparison of their death rate with that of the U.K. or any other lockdown countries. Extremely treacherous material, at least as far as I was concerned.  




    On 5/19/2020 at 2:59 PM, zArk said:

    this cunt retired on full pay/pension after his public humiliation.



    Lockdown zealot police chief retires after his Derbyshire force stalked hill walkers with drones and dumped black dye in picturesque blue lagoon.


    I heard that he is now joining the 'Get back to school!' squad.


    23 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Someone should politely remind Damian Collins, God knows what the PTB might have on him, that treason is already illegal in the U.K.. I really can't stand for his talk, as everyone knows that society would be far worse off going down his road. Even if I agreed with what he saw as the problem in theory, which I certainly don't, then I would still be strongly opposing what he is pushing for. :classic_angry:


    23 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    While the government is right up to their brass necks in all the lies they've manufactured re Covid! To quote that imbecile, Thunberg, how dare they!


    Yes, how dare they! I am still trying to get my head round how our House Of Commons swiftly passed the Coronavirus Bill, with virtually no serious questions being asked or with any amendments. :classic_ohmy:


    23 hours ago, Velma said:

    It doesn't get more conspiratorial than this!


    What factory would be manufacturing 5g parts with 'COV19', or whatever it was, written on them? Smells like BS to me, but I stand ready to be corrected! :classic_smile:

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  17. 47 minutes ago, ink said:

    I did, earlier, ask that question directly and was told that the 'webmaster' has stated that the current posts and threads can be moved to the new, updated forum.


    This is very good news, which will give everyone confidence to keep on posting here. When are we 'likely' to hear about retrieving the threads from the forum that went down on Saturday morning? Any 'guesswork' appreciated. :classic_smile:

  18. Climie Fisher 'Love Changes Everything' (1987), which became an international hit on its rerelease in 1988 (No. 2 in the U.K.).


    A little bit cheesy, but I always liked this song. The video definitely had some influence from Don Henley's 'Boys Of Summer' video (1984). I also liked the way Rob Fisher maintained a poker face,  right throughout the video and similar to what Chris Lowe of The Pet Shop Boys does, then flashed a smile at the end. A nice, deliberate touch for me. Fisher sadly died at the age of only 42, following surgery for bowel cancer, in 1999. Another point of note, is just how many folks in the comments section state how they always thought it was Rod Stewart singing. I can hear the resemblance, but it blatantly isn't Rod Stewart.   







  19. On 5/19/2020 at 10:09 AM, Velma said:

    Meanwhile, as the nation is facing recession, his mother,, Mrs. Windsor has instructed a team of builders to resume work on the £369 million refurbishment of Buckingham Palace now that the Government has eased lockdown measures. Glad to know the Aristocracy are still "winning" while the unemployed "pick for victory."


    You can just guarantee that no masonic fraud has ever gone on there. :classic_rolleyes:


    On 5/19/2020 at 10:40 AM, MRSA said:

    In one of his posts Dr Kendrick says - All of a sudden, in early April, the elderly patients I was looking after started to die. One day, there were no cases, then, 24-hours later, we had many. The deaths were strange, quick.


    I am of the opinion that a new man-made virus might be out there somewhere. I am not claiming to be 100% sure though.


    On 5/19/2020 at 10:41 AM, Tinfoil Hat said:

    I take it Charlie will be rolling his sleeves up & getting his wellies on then? No? 


    Little Greta is currently transporting Harry and Megan back to the U.K., on a pedalo, as they were both desperate to help out with some crop picking. And what about 'Chip Shop Kate'? She loves a bit of solid graft too I have often heard. :classic_laugh:


    On 5/19/2020 at 10:48 AM, MRSA said:

    So what is the general consensus on here, is the carnivorous induced coronavirus a conoravirus or a bit of both?


    When folks debate this, then I think that the most important thing is to acknowledge that this is still one big fraud either way. Plus, if it is real, then it is surely man-made. As I already said, I think that a real virus might be out there. However, if I am right, then like fook do I believe it has killed nigh on 40,000 people here in the U.K.. Maybe it hasn't even arrived in the U.K..


    On 5/19/2020 at 12:28 PM, Noctua said:

    It's absolutely shocking what they are doing to children with this bubble mentality. I am surprised that more parents of young children and cold psychologists are not voicing their opinions more.


    Maybe they are and the mass media isn't giving them any airtime? Then, they might not feel too confident about using social media and flying solo instead. :classic_sad:

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  20. 21 minutes ago, ink said:

    I don't mate and that is why at times you need to use other search engines .... again normally I would never go near the fuckers!


    Indeed. As for the old forum, can someone please soon tell us what is going on? I would far rather transfer some threads over, by actively using the old forum itself. This would negate the issue of seemingly 'uncacheable' threads in search engines and would also be far more convenient regardless. However, if it must be via a search engine, then so be it. Perhaps someone else can enlighten us, as to why some threads in search engines seem to be 'uncacheable' .


    On another thread, I already suggested that the site team could make a big effort to at least bring back the old forum temporarily. They could also make an announcement to that effect. You know, like Windows XP won't be supported after 'x' date. If it then gets knocked out again after the deadline date, which might require too big an effort to again get it fixed, then so be it. At least everyone will have had a decent chance at transferring some threads over.


    There could also be an 'Old Forum Thread Transfer Request' thread started on this forum, which some forumites, who don't feel very apt at transferring threads over, could benefit from. I would be very happy to transfer some requested threads over to help out. At the end of the day, I think that 13 years of graft on the old forum is too much to turn our backs on, IF it is possible to at least bring it back temporarily. What do you reckon then?       

  21. 3 hours ago, entelechy said:

    I look forward to the new refined fora. It'll be good to turn a new leaf and I don't think threads from the previous forum should be reinstated. The essential information pertaining to coronavirus can be reassembled in new threads.


    'Reassembled'? You mean starting from the 'Year Dot' again I take it. 


    13 minutes ago, ink said:

    Lets see if this totally cut down try works...


    When trying to retrieve threads from the old forum, I have found that Google has cache options for some, but not others. However, Google must have the caches stored for all of them, as you can still see chunks of the 'uncacheable' threads in the main results of the search page. Do you have any idea why some of these threads don't have cache options?

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