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  1. Been listening to yesterdays high wire live today. Del Bigtree tells why he is another one whose u-tube channel has been deleted. An arse hole called Timothy Johnson complained that Del did not have a medical degree and was spreading dangerous misinformation about corona virus. Mr Johnson has a degree in art history.
  2. I see the snooker world championship has started today in Sheffield. Last time I looked that was in the North of England. Only 300 people allowed in to watch though. Does this mean this emergency lock down their will be no spectators at future games. Instead they will be busy putting up card board cut outs of people. They will have recordings of people clapping and played over speakers when a player pots a ball. I did see a little bit this lunch time whilst helping Father-in-Law to eat his lunch. If any of you have seen the early stages of the world championships before, and I am sure most of you have, those in the U.K that is. Because they have so many matches to get through they have two tables with a screen dividing them. This means the players have to sit next to each other. Have they not heard there is a global pandemic happening and we have to stay at least two metres apart. They sit there chatting to each other between frames, not a mask between them. Very few masks being worn by what few spectators were there. Even so what if one of them coughed or sneezed and couldn't get a tissue out of a pocket in time. The resulting tidal wave of coronavirus particles in the air would be catastrophic. I'm going to call the police. I am a good citizen. No wonder the North of England has gone back into lockdown. Serves them right if that is how they behave after that nice Mr Johnson and Mr Hancock have told them not to.
  3. I am not keen on Brian Rose. I feel he is not some one I would have a lot in common with. He seems to me to be the sort of person who would invite you out for a meal at an expensive restaurant then expect you to pay. He seems to have had a bit of a dodgy past also. If he is ripping people off then he will end up with a bloody nose in the end. It just takes a group of them to get together with enough evidence to take him to court with the help of a half decent solicitor. I am looking forward to Rose/Icke v on Sunday. Not because of BR but to hear what David has got to say and nothing else. One good thing about BR is his interviewing technique. He asks the question then sits back and lets the interviewee talk, with out interrupting. We watch and listen because we want to hear David and BR knows this. Golden retriever please don't stop posting on this forum simply because David is associating with some one you don't like. A lot of your posts are interesting and insightful. oz93666 says above that "Controllers are setting up David for a fall". If that were true they would easily find a bigger platform than London Real, after all those of us that have seen the previous interviews and the one coming on Sunday will still sadly be in a huge minority, not just in this country (U.K) but world wide.
  4. Interesting that the dancers all wore masks until near the end
  5. Hi Holly, Don't do face book any more. My account was hacked earlier this year by some scum bag who was trying to con people into buying some thing. I was forced to have it deleted before some one friend or family got scammed. Wife does but she in Scotland at the moment. Will tell her about stand up x when she gets back Good luck with your march on August 1st. Cant be there in person but will be with you in spirit. Love and blessings.
  6. Arthur Firstenberg in his brilliant book "The invisible rainbow". Tells how during the Spanish flu out break at the end of the first world war, they would get healthy volunteers to sit and talk to sick people in bed. When they started to cough or sneeze the volunteers would get as close as possible and breathe in deeply. None of the volunteers got ill. They would even get the snot and any other secretions, which the volunteers would mix with plain water and then consume. They still didn't get sick. This was done to try and get some understanding of how this virus was being transmitted so quickly around the world. They didn't have the air travel we have today. It was during the first world war radios became widely used by troops and transmitters were being erected all over the world. The next big so called flu pandemic/epidemic was after radar became widely used the world over in the 1950s and radar stations were being erected every where. Then another toward the end of the 1960s when satellites were being put into orbit. Now we have what has been called covid-19 coinciding with the launch of 5g. Where was it first switched on? Woohan, China.
  7. Not heard of Anna Brees, will have a look tomorrow. Thanks. Always on the look out for any thing new.
  8. I forget the name of the doctor who was on Del Bigtree's "The high wire, months ago. He was saying damage to people's lungs he had seen was like some one being put on top of Mount Everest with no oxygen or time to aclimatise.
  9. My Mother was the same,85, and terrified. Me and my sister used to take it in turns to take her shopping on a Friday. My sister who works for Tesco was sent home on full pay because she is asthmatic. I have been doing Mums shopping for her, doesn't matter that I have a heart problem. But then I am not afraid of catching a virus that doesn't exist and if it does is no worse than the flu and I trust my immune system to kick its arse any way. First time I went to get Mums shopping list and bags I couldn't get in the door because of a chair she had put in the way. I moved the chair to get in and she stood there in her hallway with her walking stick raised and shouting get out, get out. She has calmed down a lot and is going for walks with her neighbour now. She even let me go for a piss in her toilet once
  10. Worst I have heard of is, when I returned to work in June for two weeks before being furloughed again. The quality control manager was telling me of his Dad who lives alone, sits in front of the T.V all day watching B.B.C news channel and nothing else. He has doors and windows shut wears a mask, refuses to go outside. Work colleague has stopped going to see him because he wont even have family inside. Phone him up to ask are you O.K straight away he starts on about how many people died the day before. As for the suicide rate, I believe it has gone up by 200%. Many governments and M.S.M outlets the world over have got a lot to answer for. It is not just the people in the U.K that has been treated this way. Have been listening to a few Vernon Coleman videos today. In one of them he refers to Japan. No Lockdown, no bullshit, no anti-social distancing. The number of recorded deaths is still less than a thousand in a country with a population twice the size of the U.K. Some cities amongst the most densely populated places on the planet. Could it just be that the Japanese government have not been exagerating the figures, and have been honest with the Japanese people.
  11. Don't forget people who work in shops are only safe while they are at work. Once their shift has finished and they go into another shop to get some thing they cant get at work they then are supposed to put a mask on. This virus obviously knows the difference.
  12. As Hitler and co said "Make the lie big enough and repeat it often enough, they will believe you.
  13. As I have said before on this forum, I have read the book he mentions, "The invisible rainbow". It is a real eye opener and explains so much. I recommend it to every one I get a chance to have a conversation with.
  14. One very brave lady, good on her.
  15. Went to bed at 10.30, couldn't sleep. Thought a glass or three of rum and coke might help. Wife in Nicola Stalin country with friend who comes from said area of U.K. Wonder how they will get on not wearing face coverings there in shops. Be interesting to find out when she phones. From some accounts from friend's relatives a lot of people up there hate her. Father-in law asleep, banjo dog asleep (yes we have a dog called banjo). I think I have worked out what is happening. Sometime, at the end of February, beginning of March this year I went to a show in a theatre or some where, of which I have no memory, for reasons which will become clear. One of the acts at this show was a hypnotist, and, me being the sort of person who will try most things once got up on stage and have been hypnotised into believing the covid-19 virus is real and spreading world wide. The world will go into lock down, we will be told to stay at home, stay two metres apart at all times. not to visit family or friends, to wear a mask to go shopping and to have a vaccine to stop the deadly virus. Unfortunately for me the hypnotist whispered in my ear "You will be back in the room when you hear the words ?????????????????????????????". He then sadly collapsed and died of a heart attack . Because no one else heard what he whispered I am now in a hypnotic trance in a hospital some where. I am being fed and watered through a tube as well as pissing and shitting through a tube. Doctors, nurses, family, random people, who hope to win the prize money that has been donated by Boris Johnson, and who have heard of my plight on the news are coming into the room where I am laying and saying random things like " Bill Gates loves you", Greta Thunberg is a genius, Matt Hancock knows what he is doing, hairy vagina penis or wake up you twat. Nothing so far has worked and I am still in a hypnotic state. One day some one will say the right words and I will wake up and ask "What happened, where am I". I will tell every body via the M.S.M and we will all have a jolly good laugh. I know this is serious, and really no laughing matter, but we have to find some humour to keep our sanity. The whole thing just seems so surreal, un-real. My Mums hair dresser who is a woman I have known all my life and is the same age as me (60) said to me recently "We never thought any thing like this would happen in our life time". Would any one in any life time? Not until it happens! Vernon Coleman always makes me laugh the way he puts things across. Love it at the end of his videos when he says "Thanks for listening to an old man sitting in his chair". The late great comedian Dave Allen used to take the piss out of the catholic church and his catholic up-bringing. Billy Connolly is another one who can find humour in anything. We Brits are the best at laughing at our selves. Holy shit 3 am, amazing how a bit of booze can get your creative juices flowing. Must drink more. Will see if I can sleep now. Good night friends, and referring back to Dave Allen, may your god go with you. Cant wait until Sunday. The Icke man cometh. Bloody hell, don't I go on once I get started. LOL LOL
  16. What the fuck has Greta bloody Thunberg got to do with learning English? The madness just never stops.
  17. Her name is Krystal Tini, have sent her a message in the comments section of the video. Really hope she sees it and gets a copy of the book. It is a real eye opener. All about the harmful effects of E.M.F on not just people, but animals and plant life.
  18. I do believe it is genuine. If both women and a lot more people were to read "The invisible rainbow" they would realise what they bare saying makes perfect sense.
  19. Very good, but sad post. Out of likes so put this emoji instead. Hope your next shopping trip is better. Remember friend you are not alone
  20. Went to local co-op yesterday, maskless, on way out a couple with kiddie in push chair all three fully masked up walking across car park, avoided me like I was some murderer. Do these people not realise what they are doing to their kids? Stupid question, of coarse they don't. Probably too busy looking at facebook too do any thinking for themselves.
  21. If you were to ask David this question he would probably commend you for not blindly believing every thing he says. It is good and healthy to question every thing. He would also suggest, do your own research and show him to be wrong. Not easy admittedly, because the hours and hours he must put in to uncover what he does is not a walk in the park. Any thing you cant accept of what he says just put on the back burner. A year, 5 years from now might make perfect sense to you.
  22. As I said I stand to be corrected. Respect friend.
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