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  1. I honestly can't see people all over the world falling for this Covid bullshit for very much longer. Sure, they say there are 65% of people wanting more stringent measures in the UK, but that's only the UK. Germany and France are getting massive protests. Wait until they take away Christmas and alcohol and the army comes onto the streets. Eventually people will realise in ever greater numbers that this entire thing is a PLANdemic, it could be just about any country and the people are going to get angry. Very angry, VERY, VERY angry and the shit will hit the fan BIG tim
  2. I met a LOT of people in the UK who said they were going to vote BNP. Had I been living there at the time I would have voted for them as well. I don't have to agree with everything they say they want to do, but overall, I approved. Having been involved with elections in another country, years ago, I KNOW that they are rigged. The BNP were a victim of voter fraud. I happens all the time. Even worse now they have computers to vote with. It's even more obvious here that Democracy is just a word. We have a party here called the Vlaams Belang. They couldn't do enough voter f
  3. I used to do until they tried (unsuccessfully) to wear a muzzle and show my obedience (and stupidity). I will NEVER wear a muzzle or socially distance, or take their fucking vaccine. What's left to have a sense of humour about?
  4. Because I happen to be British and my family have been British since the Domesday book. I'm almost 80. What the fuck do you think I can do? I couldn't travel to the UK even if I wanted to do. It wasn't I that elected that grinning fucking idiot Teflon Tony Bliar. I saw enough of Harold Wilson to know that I would NEVER live under a Labour Government. The cops here are the opposite of cops in the UK, I haven't met any Gestapo thugs in the entire time that I've lived here
  5. I absolutely agree with you. In the next 50 years unless there is something MAJOR, the whole of Europe and the UK will be Islamic Caliphates. The last time I came to the UK. All I saw were signs, 'No Loitering". "No Smoking"., "No Skateboarding'', No Abusive language', 'No Singing', 'No Loud Noises'. They were everywhere I went. I've never seen anything like it either here, in Holland, Luxembourg or Germany.
  6. The person that I called a shill. Didn't you even bother to read why this sentence came up?
  7. I've said the I voted with my feet for Harold Wilson and left the UK. I also said that when I came back (John Major) as soon as you elected Teflon Toni, I fucked off again and came to Belgium and I've been here ever since. I agree, it isn't Utopia, but better than the UK. Perhaps you should try READING some of the threads. There's an old saying : Over here, youngsters are well catered for. Every Town Council has Social entertainment, libraries, sport facilities, music, culture, swimming Pools etc. That's why they don't have to get pissed every wee
  8. I'm curious. Are you supporting the 'HistoryIsComplex" Jew?
  9. Every pig policeman has two testicles hanging between his legs (unless he's a fucking Sumo Wrestler or he's dressed up in military gear). It's amazing the effect that a solid kick has! Where I live, I haven't ever been confronted by Military-style cops, so I don't know where their weakness is. The one weakness that I do know is that they have a home and a family like we do and I wonder if they would appreciate THEIR wives, kids and daughters being punched to the ground.
  10. ‘No peasants, please’: BoJo’s love-in with Bill Gates on Twitter shows just how broken UK democracy really is Neil Clark is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and blogger. His award winning blog can be found at www.neilclark66.blogspot.com. He tweets on politics and world affairs @NeilClark66 30 Sep, 2020 09:21 Boris Johnson’s effusive response to a tweet from Bill Gates, which the public couldn’t comment on, and the draconian restrictions imposed on the UK without debate are indicative of the way democracy has been suspended in 2020. Prime M
  11. We Need to Talk About Proteins — The Ronascam, The Vaccines, and Genetic Patents SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 By Julie Beal There’s a lot more to this ronascam than we first thought – I did a little digging, to understand the new vaccines, and it became clear that part of the ‘reset’ the UN and WEF have announced is a future dominated by proteins and genetic hybrids. There are genetically engineered proteins for vaccines, brewed in bioreactors inside cells from insects or bacteria, and there are bioreactors for ‘food’ products, etc., and a whole range of things, includi
  12. A Guide to the Ronavax — Understanding the Experimental Coronavirus Vaccines SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 By Julie Beal Around 150 vaccines are being developed for the alleged* rona virus, but the ones that deserve the most attention are the ones winning contracts and/or being trialled already, because their success is almost guaranteed. Some people want them, some never think about it, and others worry they could be coerced or physically forced to get them. The thing is, everyone should have access to information so they can make informed choices about what is right.
  13. We are living under Covid Sharia Casual sex is illegal, you have to cover your face in public, now there is a clampdown on dancing – the government is carrying on like the Taliban. 29th September 2020 The British government is carrying on like the Taliban, introducing increasingly strict and killjoy laws in the name of defeating Covid. Most will be familiar by now with the 10pm curfew for bars and restaurants, curtailing our access to alcohol. Many say this does not go far enough and have called for entertainment venues to be closed altogether, a
  14. Exactly what I'm trying to say. You either fight or capitulate. Living off the grid is only possible if you've already done it. I have. I was lucky, I had a good teacher in my family. For the average Joe it's impossible. Monsanto have doctored all the seed, it will only grow ONE crop. Even if you know how to collect the seed from what you plant, most of it will never grow. You can't get old seed any longer. Then you need emergency medical supplies. Sutures, forceps, scalpels and whatever medical equipment you can lay your hands on and more important HOW TO USE IT.
  15. I've been making my own beer and wine for the last 30 years, it's better than the piss you buy in the pubs over there anyhow. One of the good things about Belgium is the beer. You can actually buy decent beer. The difference is you don't see drunks like you do in the UK. I've got enough beer and wine (all home made) to keep me happy until I die. So I don't need clubs and pubs. I'm thinking of the young people over there, who wouldn't have the faintest idea how to survive if everything closed down. I can see that you certainly have an imagination. Can you see all these s
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