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  1. Back in late October, I had a very surreal evening. Well, I say evening, but it was more like ten minutes. I don't watch 'Eastenders', but someone had left the TV on. I went in to the lounge and some freak character was banging on about 'legal co-parenting'. I thought 'Please fukk off'. I switched to another channel and it was on the adverts. I was greeted by some of the 'Loose Women' shamelessly plugging smart meters. What the hell.

     

    I turned the TV off and picked up one of those free magazines that gets chucked through your letterbox every now and then. On occasion, I read something interesting. I leafed through the pages and was horrified by some of the updates from the local primary schools (page 48). Apparently, one primary school has joined a 'federation' with another nearby primary school. What? Why? The only reason I can think of is to try and normalise the notion of countries joining an NWO. Meanwhile, another primary school was bigging up a visit they had from Google. As they put it' 'Yes, Google came to us!'. Woohoo! What did altruistic Google teach the kids then? How to dodge taxes? Anyhow, this sort of shit must be going on at primary schools right across the nation. Very sad and very concerning. This is the rubbish that someone can be assailed with nowadays, when just minding their own business at home.          

     

    https://sussexlocal.net/back-issues/arundel-october-2023/

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  2. On 12/2/2023 at 9:47 AM, Velma said:

    The Covid Inquiry, seems to have deduced that “Covid19” was real and not a pharmaceutical campaign to administer poison into our veins and profit from the resulting vaccine injuries. They have concluded that lockdown, despite the damage to society, the economy and mental health, should have been enforced sooner, harder and for longer. They will know better next time. The infighting between MP’s playing out at the “inquiry” serves to demonstrate their incompetence and lack of expertise. In future they should co-ordinate their efforts with the WHO directives.

     

    As long as lessons are learned, then all is well and good. The problem is that the PTB aren't going to be learning the lessons that the sheeple would want them to. In fact, quite the opposite.

     

     

     

    On 12/4/2023 at 9:04 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Remember when it was revealed (or claimed) that the ambulances were driving around with sirens on, just to enforce the idea of a pandemic?

     

    I noticed that during the first lockdown. I think that something fishy was definitely going on. However, it was ambulances with sirens off, not on, that folks were reporting it. Wasn't it? It's certainly what I reported.

     

     

     

    On 12/5/2023 at 2:51 PM, rebornsteve said:

    22 MPs attended, not 12…

     

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    David Davis? He is an even bigger shill than Andrew Bridgen. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. 🙂

     

     

     

    On 12/7/2023 at 4:22 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Another the Beeb/Left's chosen ones...like the guy from Faithless earlier in the year who dropped dead out of nowhere. Wonder if this Zeph chap was a public pusher of the jab.

     

    I don't how Benjamin Zephaniah started out. However, he definitely turned in to an Establishment turd. One of my euphemisms for BBC 'Question Time' is the 'Conveyor Belt Of C**ts'. As in, over the years, you notice that the same gang of C**Ts keep on appearing on the show. Our Zeph managed to knock up six appearances. If I recall correctly, on one particular episode, he was shilling hard for the PTB agenda to reform our police forces to how 'they' wanted them to be. For example, the introduction of Police And Crime Commissioners/removal of police force authorities; the merging of some police forces; the withdrawal of some of the intermediate ranks; and the introduction of Direct Entry, which would basically allow any PTB wanker to just waltz in to any police force at a very senior level. As high as superintendent I believe.  

     

     

     

    On 12/7/2023 at 8:57 PM, Nemo said:

    One in four who had Pfizer Covid jabs experienced unintended immune response

    www.Telegraph.co.uk/news/2023/12/06/mrna-jabs-modena-pfizer-quarter-unintended-response/

     

    mRNA vaccines were affected by the glitch but no adverse effects were created, Cambridge researchers say

     

    This is the masonic mass media in classic time-wasting mode. Throw out the odd story for the sheeple, which gives the impression that they are on the case and working tirelessly on their behalf. Yeah, right.

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  3. 9 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Wrighty goes, but they've got Micah Richards as a ready-made replacement - meet the new boss, same as the old boss. Only not as offensive.

     

    I think that Micah, although he comes across as a bit childish, is actually the most mature one out of the current crop. He needs to keep away from that Dion Dublin character though, who definitely seems to be a bad influence him. Dion even had him nodding in agreement, when he decreed that all of the Millwall fans who booed the knee should be hunted down, banned and prosecuted. I still can't quite believe I watched that scene on 'Final Score' one afternoon! 😀 

  4. On 12/20/2023 at 12:31 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Well they just axed Question of Sport. Thank goodness. Absolutely shite "reboot". And that's from someone who finds Sam Quek extremely attractive.

     

    They say that the show has been 'temporarily shelved', but I don't see it coming back any time soon. As with 'Football Focus', it just got really childish. I hadn't watched it in ages. Hopefully, 'MOTD', another once great show turned childish, will go the same way soon. I think that they had a female commentating on the first match up last night. If so, then I have never noticed it before. That's a surefire way to reduce the viewing figures for starters.

     

    P.S. I don't mind Ian Wright, but he does seem like a big baby. The majority of Premier League footballers probably are. 

  5. On 12/10/2023 at 11:46 AM, Screamingeagle said:

    Where is the question of how someone can be officially the richest man in the world while opposing the Cult without whose support his business empire would collapse in a day?

     

    At the very least, he would be getting demonised by the mass media. Instead, he is fawned over. Not even vaguely convincing.

  6. 11 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

     

    Odds are, obviously, that this is suspect. However, with all of the vaccine deaths currently occurring, it 'could' be one of those rare coincidences. 

     

     

     

    8 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    It happens sometimes for example the police chief who was in charge of investigating the CIA's rendition flights was found dead on the slopes of snowdon.

     

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_J._Todd

     

    or there was that judge william everard found drowned in a small village stream who had been involved in prosecuting child sex offences. Then there was that copper washed up dead, Inspector neil munro.....i don't know if he was involved in the jersey case

     

    The way I look at things, it is the post-death smears made against Todd  that most strongly point to him being offed. It is the modus operandi of the PTB. Personally, I think it is a bit of a dumb strategy, but whatever. Who knows what might have been going on behind the scenes, but, 'officially' at least, the ACPO investigation/non-investigation of CIA rendition flights concluded over 9 months before Todd's death. Maybe he was offed for other reasons that we know not? There was one theory posted by someone on the pre-2019 forum, say circa 2010, but so much times has passed I can't immediately recall what it was.          

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  7. Konstipated Keir just sat there looking, well, quite constipated. You can really tell that this creature has been trained to never criticise the Israeli government. And I mean NEVER. Someone else who manages to get close to him should put him to the test. Just ask 'Does the Israeli government have the right to...?' and then add on some of the most heinous things you can think of. Like, stuff that is even 100 times worse than what is already going on and Bonkers Benjamin himself wouldn't try to get away with. I guarantee that Konstipated Keir will not condemn anything that is put to him. His only thought process is 'Never criticise the Israeli government'. He will either say 'Israel has the right to defend itself', yawn, or just sit there looking constipated again. 

     

     

    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/sir-keir-starmer-confronted-train-31624582

     

    'Konstipated Keir confronted on train to Glasgow by pro-Palestine protester.' ('Pro-Palestine?' A better way of describing the guy asking questions would surely have to be 'anti-genocide'.)

     

    'The politician sat in silence with his arms crossed as the male asked him: “How many more children have to die?” After approaching Starmer and a colleague, the train protester ranted: “Keir, how many more children in Palestine have to die before you call for a ceasefire?' ('Ranted', did he? Clearly not. Sarah Vesty of the Daily Record, whoever she is, should get sued for writing bullshit like that.)

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  8. In my opinion, Kissinger was very overrated in PTB circles. Mind you, if truth be told, I have zero respect for any of them. They are masters of control freakery and nothing else. Simply, by virtue of financial control, they have bigged themselves up on the shoulders of others. They then kid themselves that they are of intellectual stock. Hilarious. And, with all of the life extension tech that they have probably pumped trillions in to, over many decades, they still rarely make it to 100. Most of them currently get to the mid 90's, from what I can make out. You can guarantee that this little freak prayed for a comeback and croaked it in some cryo facility.     

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  9. On 11/28/2023 at 12:31 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Unexpected? What an odd turn of phrase.

     

    Yes, that's what I thought too. I doubt that anyone who gets death threats, realistic or not, expected to get them. If true, I also think that it must be very rare for someone to actually be advised to leave home. And wouldn't someone of his status have been assigned a protetction officer, if these said 'death threats' were really deemed credible? It all seems a bit odd. 

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  10. 8 hours ago, Captainlove said:

    This has to be the biggest bullshit i have read today. Gove is a shifty little asshole.

     

    He has now accepted personal responsibility and taken ownership of his mistakes. What more do you want to hear? I bet he was in the bogs with Bundy during the lunchbreak.

     

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  11. If the government can't decide, then someone/something must be needed to decide for them. Right?

     

     

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-67514356

     

    'How inquiry is exposing deep flaws in Covid decision-making.'

     

    The lack of joined-up thinking was unhelpful - and in the autumn of 2020 it led to the country "bunny hopping" around, in the words of Sir Chris, between opening up and slamming on the brakes. Finding a more coherent approach to decision-making in a pandemic - balancing all the trade-offs - is at the heart of what this inquiry needs to do.

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  12. Who knows. Not very likely, but maybe it was to folks she didn't like. I am sure that it must have happened, even if only rarely. One doesn't have to be in the jabbing profession either. As in, 'Did you get your third booster yet, my dear? Yes, I got mine just the other day, my dear.'. The current crop of gold diggers no longer need to wed, then wait years for someone elderly to die. They just need to wed, then vax them to the hilt. ☹️  

     

     

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-gloucestershire-67522140

     

    'Covid nurse gave jabs to ineligible friends of colleagues.'

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  13. It never ends. When they say 'Portuguese police', then I wonder what the Daily Masonical mean, exactly? Some masonic/masonic controlled wrong'uns, who would say black is white and vice versa, whenever ordered to and at the drop of a hat? I don't hear anything about the Portuguese cops who originally investigated the case changing their minds. And why, pray tell, did a number of these senior 'Portuguese police' travel to London to apologise to Gerry in person? Couldn't one of them have managed it, if they didn't think a live video link or recorded video message sufficed? Sounds like a poor excuse for a jolly in Blighty to me. And what about Climate Change? I have never heard anything like it.

     

    I saw this story reported on one of the TV news channels. I can't remember which one now, but maybe ITV News. The report ended with a clip of the McCanns marching down the road with a purpose. Maybe they were going to enter the 'People's Postcode Lottery'. I mean, they won the Met's 'Eternal Investigation Lottery' 16 years running. So, why not give it a go. Meanwhile, Brueckner is still waiting for the net to finally close in on him. Not. Some of the stuff written in the article is quite stupid, as ever.

     

    P.S. One other thing. It seems to be fine for a senior U.K. cop, who originally pursued Barry George, to say he still believes he is guilty on live TV. And Barry George was later exonerated in court. Double standards galore! 

     

     

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12687457/Portuguese-police-apologise-Madeleine-McCanns-parents-person-way-investigated-missing-toddlers-case.html

     

    'Portuguese police apologise to Madeleine McCann's parents over their treatment as detectives say paedophile Christian Brueckner is their prime suspect and missing toddler died in Portugal.'

     

    Officers have now admitted that not enough importance was given to missing children at the time of Maddie's disappearance, adding that they should have been more understanding of her parent's position as foreigners, the BBC said. (What? Is anyone able to translate that for me?)

     

    Portuguese police also updated the McCanns on the ongoing investigation, giving their support to German authorities who believe that Brueckner killed Madeleine. (So, the Portuguese police update on the ongoing investigation was that they now support the German police? No explanation, as to why, though. And still no explanation, as to why, the German police are '100% sure' that Brueckner is guilty.) 

     

    German prosecutors have not yet formally charged Brueckner with the abduction and killing of Maddie but authorities in Germany have indicated the McCann trial could take place closely on the heels of his upcoming trial, The Olive Press reported. (Eh? I thought that they were planning to let him out of prison, keep him under surveillance and then snare him? So, it is back to putting him on trial now. Whatever.)

  14. I am sure that if some of those doing the firing/censoring were asked to explain why this or that tweet/comment etc. was deemed 'anti-semitic', then they woold probably just sit there in silence looking stupid. This news report is actually a 'three 'anti-semites' for the price of one'. You will always get good value from the BBC. Anyhow, well done to Melissa Barrera, Susan Sarandon and Maha Dakhil (supported by Tom Cruise). I especially liked some of the things they each said.

     

     

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-67494374

     

    'Melissa Barrera: Actress fired from Scream 7 over Israel-Gaza posts.'

     

    Melissa Barrera - 'At the end of the day, I'd rather be excluded for who I include, than be included for who I exclude.'

     

    Susan Sarandon - 'People are questioning, people are standing up, people are educating themselves, people are stepping away from brainwashing that started when they were kids.'

     

    Maha Dakhil - 'What's more heartbreaking than witnessing genocide? Witnessing the denial that genocide is happening.'

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  15. 19 hours ago, numnuts said:

    One aim of the PTB, when they first announced the 'Covid' fiction to the world, was to use it as cover for the vaccine-induced excess deaths that they knew would commence about a year later. The PTB wanted this cover to continue for as long as possible, many years probably, but they only got a year or so out of it. Reason being, after the U.K. exited the lockdown cycle in the spring of 2022 with no obvious ill effect, which other nations were forced to follow sooner or later, there was no justification left for a lot of the other emergency measures that had been put in place. The whole 'Covid' narrative literally collapsed. How many of the excess deaths that have occurred in the past 18 months or so, if history had been different, might have erroneously been labelled as 'Covid' deaths? Probably, quite a lot of them. Instead, the PTB are left clutching at straws, when it comes to trying to find any old excuse to explain it all away.

     

    Just to add, isn't it mental, via the sudden, harsh lockdowns, how the PTB were furiously trying to cause excess deaths and heavily report on them 24/7 during the first year of 'Covid'; whereas since then, after the supposed 'cure' has been rolled out, even more excess deaths are getting barely any coverage. This is quite amazing, especially given the fact that the justification for the entire 'Covid' response, which devastated our economy, was supposed to be about preserving life. 

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