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  1. Called it as a potential script myself. That business in the stadium with the hood and glasses looked like it was deliberately dressed up to look like a conspiracy - to be publicly burned later on as the strawman I suspected.
  2. It is certainly more painful for somebody to go last amongst their loved ones.
  3. What utterly unhinged cowards these Big Pharma employees are. His dreams disappeared before his eyes. He knew that Pfizer bosses would have his head on a stake for breaking confidentiality clauses in his contract. He absolutely panicked, thought he could destroy the evidence, played the race card, got violent and then played the victim. The fact that the only move he could think of was to say he was lying to impress somebody he thought he might be able to shag - and doesn't everybody do that on a first date - absolutely hilarious. He's a pathetic wide boy narcissist and indicative of the kind of person employed in that business. They must look specifically for those traits when they interview for positions. Horrible little rat.
  4. To certain people, killing 7.9 Billion would be for the good of humanity.
  5. Lies beget lies. The further a lie gets with lies having to cover the original lie, the more the original lie is undermined. Truth will only ever strengthen truth.
  6. Very good satire, treading a fine line between is it or isn't it for much of the piece because the writer knows we know how unhinged many of the jab cheerleaders are (or were) - so much so that it might not be satire I did keep a copy of my warning letter to the church (summer of 2020) that I'd been a part of for over a decade, just in case anybody from the leadership or pews would ever seek to revise history and pursue me with pitchforks. I know that some of them might well take the same tone as that satire and look to blame me for not disrupting their services after lockdown. Perhaps I should have physically forced myself into their homes because they'll know that I was aware of being ignored or blocked for most of 2020 on our main online platform for communicating. I did get to meet with a brother face to face on a couple of occasions, pleading for him to find out for himself if what I said was true - the information was findable and I did warn that much of it was either hidden by big tech or subverted by fact checkers (liars). I do recall thinking that as I said that I must have sounded like a conspiracy theorist. Six months later he went on to get jabbed along with his wife. ALL of the 'church' to my knowledge - 500 strong - followed suit (bar my family) and many even had their children done. Yet I know that some of them will secretly despise me for not being convincing enough once a significant amount of people amongst them begin to suffer. It might not actually have been ALL. It might be that some just kept their heads down and went along with the herd in public but had strong reservations in private, appearing to keep the bond of peace for the sake of unity. That's not me, though. Truth is absolutely divisive and must never be comprised. Truth and love, however tough, cannot be separated.
  7. He tried to use the woman as a human shield. An absolute worm of a man.
  8. I bought an 18 month supply when NAC was brought to my attention on this forum around the time of the first jabs being rolled out. I'm sure the FDA tried to ban it in the USA, or at least halt sales of it - reason enough to get hold of some in my book. I'm in the UK and had no problems getting a 200g pack from a UK supplement vendor. Though I'm not jabbed, there was enough noise about shedding for me to get some. There might also come a time when the unvaxed are forcibly detained and injected against their will.
  9. They are everywhere. Back in the 70s, if a football fans' face was shown on Match of the Day, it would be seen as being temporarily famous. If you look at old street footage of London from the 50s and 60s you'll see people waving at cameras when they clock what's going on. Humans have been conditioned to believe that if they are seen on the television then it's something very special. Some people would do anything to get in the frame, even behaving like dickheads behind news or sports reporters. These days anybody can be on a screen to be seen by others but the allure hasn't waned in proportion to the ease of doing so. People still think it's something special to be watched by others on a screen. TikTok, along with cheap mobile contracts, has opened up this lust to be noticed to most people. Running parallel, stupidity has been celebrated for decades now - aka Jade Goody and other Big Brother stars - so the two go together perfectly. You don't need any talent to be noticed or to be famous and this generation are obsessed with self, likes, subs. Search algorithms will always favour the popular. Just opening YouTube or TikTok for the first time on a blank canvas will reveal a bunch of very popular idiots. There really is no escaping them.
  10. Those two in the masks look like they are mocking her.
  11. Used to put up and feed a dozen homeless people at my church building between December and the end of February. Most of the men were Polish and said that our winters were worse than winters back home because of the wind. I was told that -30 in Krakow was more bearable than -5 in England. They said that it didn't matter where they would bed down, there was no escape from the wind.
  12. That's really lifted my spirit. Bloody brilliant
  13. Was thinking the same thing concerning myself
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