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  1. 10 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

    World’s First Online Dating Service for Unvaccinated Launches in Hawaii




    According to a survey conducted by Dating.com in 2021, the majority of respondents (86%) said there is no way they would date an unvaccinated person.


    Assuming that they would even make it to the date alive.




    9 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    The next Bond film will see the nasty villain tell 007 "and now Mr Bond, I expect you to die!"


    And the villain would probably be right, for once. Bring on Them Bond, so as to take over the mantle.

  2. On 2/15/2023 at 5:45 AM, Observations said:

    Only 3 banners on GB news on repeat, repeat; interested to see that it genuinely is the only 3 things they talk about, the only 3 things things in the world. It's easy to see how reality is created, how versions of reality are created.


    And then consider that all of the MSM TV news channels tend to cover the same stuff. Sure, of course they would naturally all cover certain stories/topics on certain days, if they were genuine, but not to the extent that they do. More to the point, look at how they all endlessly orgasmed over the likes of Partygate, but don't currently give constant attention to the thousands of extra folks dying every week.    



    18 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

    Drums of yellow ribbon supplied, tied to the bridge for anyone to make their ribbon!



    For all of the folks, who shouldn't be visiting the area in person.




    17 hours ago, CarpeDiem said:

    Again NO real challenging questions from the reporters. One does push for an explanation on vulnerabilities but is fobbed off and she does not pursue it.


    Like a Whitty/Vallance 'Covid' press conference.




    11 hours ago, BeeThrive said:

    What is known to emit a sulphurous odour?  😉


    A well known secret society pooper.




    2 hours ago, Observations said:

    Wednesday night; GB News. Poll finds 69% of Scots don't know who should replace Sturgeon.


    The other 31% were either too pissed to answer or didn't make it past the gender pronoun pre-survey formalities.

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  3. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:
    PUREBLOOD WITCH HUNT: British politicians want police to add “unvaccinated people” to terrorism watchlist
    02/13/2023 / By Ethan Huff

    A counter-terrorism program in the United Kingdom that was originally designed to focus on stopping radical Muslim jihadists from terrorizing the country could soon be modified to also include the “unvaccinated” as targets. British SNP politician Kirsten Oswald believes that the so-called “Prevent” program is perhaps a bit too “racist” in its current form because it risks marginalizing Great Britain’s ever-growing Muslim communities. To fix it, Oswald wants unvaccinated people to be added to the country’s terrorism watchlist. Oswald made these remarks during a speech by Home Secretary Suella Braverman about plans for “major reform” to the Prevent program. Braverman told the room full of MPs (members of parliament) that the new-and-improved Prevent program must focus “on security, not political correctness.” Oswald welcomed these statements and an associated “long-awaited and damning report” about the subject, to quote Newspunch‘s coverage of the matter – though Oswald added that “there do remain questions about the focus of what we see.” 


    "I also wonder if she feels a shift in focus is needed to take into account more recent forms of extremism that have emerged since the report was commissioned, things like the QAnon ideology imported from the United States or incels or the anti-vax movement that sprung up during the pandemic,” she added about Braverman’s major reform plans.




    QAnon and Incel are both PTB constructions, in my opinion. I also think that this Kirsten Oswald character would be a much better fit for the Incel movement, than I ever would.




    18 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

    It's time to punish Britain's five million vaccine refuseniks: They put us all at risk of more restrictions, says ANDREW NEIL. So why shouldn't we curb some of their freedoms?

    By Andrew Neil For The Daily Mail

    Published: 22:00 GMT, 9 December 2021




    Well, this Kirsten Oswald character should have a chat with Andrew Neil. Not a chance he would publicly say what he said, if he really believed that even 1% of the so-called vaccine refuseniks were 'terrorists'.

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  4. 1 hour ago, alexa said:

    Could this be start of project blue-beam ?


    If they insist on only talking to Tony Blair, Michael Gove, Donald Trump and Ben Netanyahu, then quite possibly.

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  5. 5 hours ago, numnuts said:

    On 'ITV Lunchtime News' today, there was a weird reference about the general public seeing an increasing amount of UFOs in the skies of late. The way the newsreader delivered the line was just weird.  


    Nope, I was wrong. The weird line from the newsreader wasn't from 'ITV Lunchtime News' today. I will try to remember where I saw it. However, an 'ITV Lunchtime News' clip from today does contain an 'Alien Involvement?' caption, which is probably why I got confused. Oh, and we have the obligatory 'What we know so far' to laugh at as well. 🙂



  6. 5 hours ago, Velma said:

    The psy-op flopped, the YouGov poll must have indicated nobody's interested, because the "story" is not in the BBC news today.


    Not so fast, Velma. There was a reference, to all of the yellow ribbons being left at the alleged scene of Nicola's disappearance, on 'BBC News At One' today.




    5 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    They're having an urgent scriptwriters meeting. New BS probably due later or tomorrow.


    I don't know. Looks like a winding down of sorts to me. Does anyone think, 'officially' at least, that Nicola is ever going to be found? Whether dead or alive.




    4 hours ago, Saved said:




    Are they benevolent aliens though? And do they bring new vaccines with them? On 'ITV Lunchtime News' today, there was a weird reference about the general public seeing an increasing amount of UFOs in the skies of late. The way the newsreader delivered the line was just weird.  

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  7. 14 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

    To the Village, as predicted in the 1967 TV series The Prisoner, with local only taxis.




    'The Prisoner' (1967) was all about real world metaphors and, from memory, McGoohan himself said he was very concerned about the erasure of the individual by the collective.




    Anyhow, what you said reminded me of the following 'Guards in Nic village' recent headline. You then have the word 'Wired' at the top of the page, in relation to the Brit Awards, and a 'The Full Monty' (Big reveal?) reference in the high heating bills article. I am sure that some, on various threads, on various internet forums, will at least feel relieved that they can leave their socks on.   






    12 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    That has pretty much convinced me that this is indeed a massive psy-op, and this poll is merely to determine how many people are so easily absorbed by or distracted by the 'latest thing' in the media. Consider this possibility: this Nicola Bulley doesn't exist, she never went missing, this story is a complete fabrication, her 'husband' and 'friends' are just actors, and this is all a media 'charade' to test how people will believe what the media tell them to believe, because only 'they' are the arbiters of truth. It's a fictional soap opera script being played out via the mainstream media.


    I think, without doubt, this case is now a massive psyop. It's just a a matter of whether it was pre-planned or not. I did also 'consider', at least something along the lines of, the scenario you posited myself. The truth is probably somewhere in between. 

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  8. ITV National News just briefly covered the below story, in their lunchtime broadcast, with an advisory at the end of their report. Something like 'police have urged people not to speculate about this attack on social media'. Demonising any form of public speculation seems to be becoming a trend now. 





    'Culcheth murder inquiry started over girl who died in park.'

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  9. 1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

    Or just plain distraction from more important things?


    As follows:


    1. Well, we have some loons trying to start World War III, even if it doesn't involve a great nuclear exchange. In fact, the primary purpose of such a war will be for tyrannical governments to clamp down on their domestic populations, in the event of mass consciousness reaching a tipping point. However, no one wants such a war obviously, regardless of the motives.


    2. We have all of the excess deaths occurring, caused by the vaccines, while the NHS is collapsing. I think that this is the Numero Uno issue that the PTB want to distract from right now.


    3. We have the global pandemic treaty, which will hand over power to the WHO, in the offing.


    4. And we have Brexit cancellation on the horizon, which I assume we all knew was coming. If anyone thinks that Gove is a Brexiteer, as I said from Day One, then they must be on crack or something. 🙃



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  10. I don't know why this bit of trivia I recently stumbled across made me laugh. It did though, Maybe I am just a bad numnuts. 🙂





    'In a 2008 interview with GQ, Mirren revealed she was date raped as a student, and had often taken cocaine at parties in her twenties and until the 1980s. She stopped using it after reading that Klaus Barbie made a living from cocaine dealing.'

  11. 49 minutes ago, Dagon44 said:

    Yes yesterdays tv program was to reassure us that the partner really was an ok guy he looked anxious as hell a lot or kinesthetic nlp eye movement and scratching of his leg no pleading with a potential abductor to set her free 


    From watching one of his press interviews the other day, I could tell one thing for sure. He was recounting things that he had already mentally rehearsed. This doesn't necessarily cast aspersions on him though, as someone completely innocent might also do the same thing, in such a case. It just struck me as a bit odd.    

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  12. 1 hour ago, SuperstarNeilC said:



    In 1984 there was a massive explosion at Abbystead water pumping station (which pumps into River Wyre). ALL of 16 killed were from St Michae’s on Wyre. ABBEYSTEAD 10 miles from Nikki’s bench.


    Weird you mentioned the Abbeystead disaster, with that bomb also going off in Great Yarmouth, unplanned, just yesterday.





    'Great Yarmouth: Huge blast after unplanned WW2 bomb detonation.'






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  13. 1 hour ago, Puzzle said:

    Feed the people just enough to keep them occupied and busy. Meanwhile.....look what's happening over there!


    Regardless of what did or didn't happen and regardless of whether this situation is being used to satisfy other agendas or not, I would assume that virtually everyone can agree it's a handy distraction for the PTB.

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  14. 3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    they are using ofcom to police the media but this year they are going to pass legislation through the parliament that gives everyone a digital identity. In order to use the internet you will need to put in your digital identity so that everything you do becomes de-anonymised. You won't be posting on this forum as 'numnuts' you will be posting as your real name and the state will pursue you for anything you say which it doesn't like, stasi-style. They will then use ofcom to go after the ickes as the owners of the website


    I am not taking the proverbial here. I might end up getting molested less, if I ever make it on to an official 'persona non grata' list. 🙂

  15. 1 minute ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    One thing which really gets me goat is the "what we know so far about..." crap headlines on MSM news sites.


    'ITV News' are the worst offenders, when it comes to this tactic. The 'we' meaning everyone watching is part of their crew and will never be bullshitted to.


    'Hey gang. This is what we know so far!'

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  16. On 12/8/2022 at 8:50 PM, numnuts said:

    I still expect the little C**T to skedaddle from Blighty. Sooner, rather than later.      


    Yet another contrived story. If this Tarjanyi fellow wasn't 'in on it', then it must have been a case of Hancock roaming around among the general public, until someone spotted him and took him to task. Anyhow, the upshot is that poor Hancock isn't even free to walk the U.K. streets any more, without getting heckled or worse. It really does seem that that his passion for serving the people, which must be achieved by non-M.P. means, can indeed only be realised abroad. Yawn...





    'Moment Matt Hancock is 'pushed' and called a 'murdering scumbag' as former Health Secretary is pursued onto Tube train by anti-vaxxer who also targeted Jonathan Van-Tam and Chris Whitty - as police arrest conspiracy theorist for assault.'

  17. On 2/2/2023 at 1:06 PM, Velma said:

    And here it comes...


    Although ‘avian flu’ is allegedly a disease affecting birds, “experts” across the globe are looking at the risks of it spilling over into other species. Worldwide, the virus has been found in a range of mammals, including grizzly bears in America and mink in Spain, as well as dolphin and seals, if you can believe that. Nine otters and foxes were found to be positive with H5N1 in the UK. It is believed they fed on dead or sick wild birds infected with the virus.


    Prof Ian Brown, APHA's director said: "The virus is absolutely on the march. And it's almost remarkable - it's a single strain," he said, adding that greater international action to tackle its spread was needed. He told the BBC he was "acutely aware of the risks" of avian flu becoming a pandemic like Covid-19. “This global spread is a concern. We do need globally to look at new strategies, those international partnerships, to get on top of this disease.”


    Dr Gregorio Torres, WOAH's head of science said, "There is a risk for further transmission between species and we cannot underestimate the potential adaptation to humans.” It is now looking to develop new ways of testing humans who have been exposed to the disease but may be asymptomatic. Meanwhile, the public is being warned not to touch any dead or sick birds. This is all clearly a precursor to forbidding the consumption of any animals.



    In fact, we had better stay away from nature altogether, because it’s dangerous to our health. Conservation areas and ‘safe corridors’ for animals will become no-go areas to humans. They could take a leaf out of ‘Brave New World’ where infants were placed on a floor which emitted an electric shock whenever they crawled towards plants and flowers. They soon learned to stay away from the countryside, which filled them with fear and dread!


    I get the feeling that the PTB are still undecided on what to run with next. Maybe they are pushing various scare stories, then trying to gauge which one is the most likely to be accepted by the general public? I wouldn't be surprised, if avian flu is the next 'big thing' though.




    On 2/2/2023 at 5:49 PM, Macnamara said:

    see this thread you're in? This thread was created by muir as acting head of the pirate council. Numnuts post was placed first because they were first to create a thread on sars cov 2 but it was made up of scores of threads merged together as this all kicked off. Muir appealed to people not to give into the hysteria and to stop burying the forum under new threads to do with the situation in china.


    I don't know the origins of the first 'Coronavirus Mega-Thread' on this post-2019 incarnation of the DIF, in terms of what threads may have been merged in to it. I do recall that the first post was by forum member Tetragrammaton in January 2020 though. The only reason the first post on this thread is by me, is because I happened to be the first person to continue discussing the topic, after the forum hack of May 2020, when the first thread disappeared along with everything else. It could have been anyone and it matters not. However, at the time, I was firmly assuming that the lost forum content would be retrieved, then anything in the new thread I had created would just be tagged on to the first thread.




    On 2/3/2023 at 5:07 PM, Macnamara said:

    weird... they want to push through legislation this year that will be finalised in something like october to require everyone to have a digital identity which would contain all of a persons data held by the state so that if you signed onto this forum after you'd registered your digital ID to get online then you might well be flagged up for being a moderator here. Then your social credit score would be docked and you might find that any parties you transact with from your local newsagent to your bank might then be informed that you are a suspect of the state


    I reckon one of the end goals is to force internet forums to accept state assigned moderators.




    On 2/4/2023 at 7:52 PM, Talorgan said:

     I agree, what gets me is Tolkien who some claim didn't want any real world metaphors read into his work and yet he spot on. It's really a critical moment in human history either people decide to stay human or they go off into an orc cloud type existence. But if these points are really all playing out it's really pivotal moment?


    Tolkien, himself, said as much. He said that the reader might 'imagine' this or that. However, for me, it is pretty obvious that Tolkien meant quite a lot, in terms of real world metaphors.  




    7 hours ago, SimonTV said:

    Question the government's/pfizer's/NHS's murder of 100000s of people and you get accused of domestic terrorism... 




    There was a good thread on the old forum, which tracked how definitions of 'terrorism' were slowly changing over time.

  18. On 1/30/2023 at 8:33 PM, Observations said:

    As a little measure of where 'we' are. Tonight's Panorama; 


    Forgotten Heroes of the Covid Front Line


    "Health workers, hailed as heroes during the pandemic, say they’re being abandoned by the NHS and the government. Some are living with long Covid and say it’s having a devastating impact on both their personal and professional lives. For Panorama, the BBC’s health correspondent, Catherine Burns, meets staff struggling to return to work and reveals how some are now facing financial hardship and the prospect of having to retire early or, worse, being sacked."


    I keep wondering whether some of long covid is something along the lines of PTSD. I heard on the radio that there are aims to get help centres around the country. I suppose it will build and build. A lady on the radio said she had ME 11 years ago, yuppy flu? And now she has long covid. It's all labels. Who knows what some people have got. I notice they're all quiet about say Placebo, OCD, Hypochondria, etc. Every conversation is so bloody limited and dumbed down. One of my disabled friends jokes that he has long covid, and mental health blah, just to take the mick 😆 


    I get the feeling that the PTB have abandoned the 'Long Covid' narrative. They wanted to use it as one of their many vaccine injury covers. However, if anyone starts nosing around for statistics, then, inevitably, they will find that the vaccinated are disproportionately represented among the ranks of the 'Long Covidians'; when, in fact, it should really be the other way round, at least according to their narrative.




    On 1/31/2023 at 4:20 PM, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

    15 minute cities by the back door? 

    Everyone to live 15 minutes from green space or water in England under plans

    The government has set legally-binding targets for reversing the decline of wildlife
    By Helen Briggs
    Environment correspondent

    Everyone will live within 15 minutes' walk of a green space or water under new government plans to restore nature.

    Habitat for wildlife will be expanded and there will be 25 new or enlarged national nature reserves. More money will go to protecting rare wildlife, such as hedgehogs and red squirrels. The "blueprint" sets out how ministers intend to clean up air and water, boost nature and reduce waste over the next five years in England.



    When considering what the privatised water companies are getting away with, while making obscene profits, then I find it difficult to believe that the government cares as much about the environment as they make out. 😔




    On 2/1/2023 at 7:16 PM, Macnamara said:

    that's just those with heart trouble and that's only those for whom the heart trouble has already manifested


    And don't forget that many will surely go undiagnosed too.




    On 2/1/2023 at 10:57 PM, JCP said:

    "The Emperor Has No Corona", is the video I point to when confronted with someone that insists that it has been isolated. You don't have to be an MD or researcher to understand this video and why this "virus" is only hypothetical and was created and exists, only on a hard drive. Kaufman is in this one too explaining their methodology. To my knowledge, not only has this virus never been isolated, but NO virus has ever been (that is until they changed the definition of isolation). It makes me doubt that they exist at all; or if what they're identifying as a virus, is nothing more than cellular waste... exosomes, and a natural process of the body to rid itself of toxins.

    The Emperor Has No Corona



    I think that what the lead character said in 'The Hamburg Syndrome' has a lot of merit. 'The viruses are always there (inside us). They just arise in certain conditions.' At the same time, I also think that ill folks can spread their shit about, when expelling their shit. No way near to the extent that we are led to believe though. The lockdowns were a total joke, even allowing for everything we were told being true.




    On 2/2/2023 at 8:49 AM, rebornsteve said:

    Excess Deaths by Cause, England 2020/w1 – 2022/w46 (part 3)

    Statistical analysis of a dataset obtained under FOI by Joel Smalley.

    “I actually believe that this is why the lab leak theory is allowed to circulate. To prop up the narrative that there was a pandemic. There may well have been a lab made pathogen that "leaked", but if it did it certainly didn't cause a pandemic.”…




    Indeed, so there would have been no need to leak anything in the first place. The lab leak theory, at least in part, was definitely used in the anti-China war drumming narrative.

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