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  1. On 4/11/2021 at 4:10 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Him and his IDF wife only have 6.44M subscribers on Youtube, nothing to worry about. /s





    Then I'll tell him to stay at home and never come out if he is that scared.

    Surely there must be something he said that can be flagged to shut him up?

  2. 1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:


    There is nothing normal about the situation.  The rules keep on tightening when things should be coming to an end.


    Time soon to go underground.




    My antenna is usually up before my logic kicks in to understand what it means.

    So there is something up with the banks/financial part. Give it another 3 months or so.

    Something has got started, someone pushed the button.


  3. 8 hours ago, Bombadil said:

    Elon musk is quite possibly worse than Bill Gates. Gates doesn’t give a fuck about you and makes that quite clear.

    Elon Musk tries and fails to create an image of anti establishment, pot smoking rebellion, whilst planing neurolink and starlink to control you. 
    Its just a case of Gates getting the numbers down an Musk creating the infrastructure to control what’s left.


    Back in the 70s, I played Pong as well...... 🐵



    How can we join the dots from Covid vaxx/scandemic to ^ this for them?

    Sounds like they are recruiting even without a brain science background e.g. guinea pigs



  4. 20 hours ago, skitzorat said:

    While speaking during an official trip to Canada in 1976, he groused: “We don’t come here for our health. We can think of other ways of enjoying ourselves.”


    Speaking to a woman who had lost two sons in a fire about smoke alarms in 1998: “They’re a damn nuisance — I’ve got one in my bathroom and every time I run my bath the steam sets it off.”


    On being asked if he would like to stroke a koala during a Royal tour of Australia in 1992 he shot back: “Oh no, I might catch some ghastly disease.”


    Meeting 13-year-old Andrew Adams who told the Royal he wanted to go into space Philip told the lad: “You’re too fat to be an astronaut.”


    During a 1969 interview on American TV discussing the Royal Family’s finances he infamously moaned: “We go into the red next year…I shall probably have to give up polo.”


    When along with the Queen he visited the British Embassy in Berlin in 2002 he noted: “It’s a vast waste of space.”


    When a photographer who was taking a group portrait to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain in 2015 took too long for Philip’s liking he snapped: “Just take the f–king picture!” 


    In 2002 after visiting the Italian premier Giuliano Amato in 2002 he snapped when asked what kind of beverage he wanted. “I don’t care what kind it is,” he barked. “Just get me a beer.”


    In 2003 upon meeting a schoolboy named George Barlow who had written a letter to the Queen he quipped: “Ah, you’re the one who wrote the letter. So you can write then. Ha, ha!”


    Meeting Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai in 2013, who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban after bravely campaigning for girls to be allowed to go to school he said to her: “[Children] go to school because their parents don’t want them in the house.” 


    Speaking to a British student during a visit to China in 1986 Philip warned him: “If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes.”


    Meeting the President of Nigeria, in 2003, who was clad in traditional robes he remarked: “You look like you’re ready for bed.”


    In 1994 while visiting a group of businessman in the Cayman Islands he politely inquired: “Aren’t most of you descended from pirates?”


    At a World Wildlife Fund meeting in 1986 he intoned: “If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.”


    Speaking to a Scottish driving instructor in 1995 Philip asked: “How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to pass the test?”


    Upon being shown art during a trip to Ethiopia in 1965 he remarked: “It looks like the kind of thing my daughter would bring back from her school art lessons.”


    While chatting with fashion writer Serena French in 1993 he asked:  “You’re not wearing mink knickers, are you?”


    In 2000 Philip spoke to a group of female politicians at a Buckingham Palace party whose name tags had “Ms” on them which prompted him to announce: “Ah, so this is feminist corner then.”


    At a Jubilee event in 2012, he told 25-year-old council worker Hannah Jackson who was wearing a dress with a zipper in the front: “I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress.”


    Meeting Scottish Tory leader Annabel Goldie in 2007 he asked: “That’s a nice tie… Do you have any knickers in that material?”


    Describing his purportedly favourite child Princess Anne he said: “If it doesn’t fart or eat hay, she isn’t interested.”


    Upon being told that Madonna was singing the “Die Another Day” theme in 2002 he asked: “Are we going to need ear plugs?”


    “If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes,” he remarked to 21-year-old British student Simon Kerby during a visit to China in 1986.


    “You can’t have been here that long, you haven’t got a pot belly,” said to a British tourist in Budapest , Hungary in 1993.


    “You managed not to get eaten then?“ he asked a British backpacker who trekked through Papua New Guinea in 1998.


    “Do you still throw spears at each other?” he asked Aboriginal leader William Brin at the Aboriginal Cultural Park in Queensland in 2002.


    “A few years ago, everybody was saying we must have more leisure, everyone’s working too much. Now that everybody’s got more leisure time they are complaining they are unemployed,” he said during the recession in 1981.


    “We go into the red next year… I shall probably have to give up polo,” he moaned about the Royal Family’s finances on US television in 1969.


    “Deaf? If you’re near there, no wonder you are deaf,” he mused loudly to deaf children standing near a Caribbean steel drum band in 2000.


    “Do you know they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?” he told a wheelchair-bound Susan Edwards with her guide dog Natalie in 2002.


    “Do people trip over you?” he asked a wheelchair-bound nursing-home resident in 2002.


    “How many people have you knocked over this morning on that thing?” he asked mobility scooter user David Miller, a trustee of the Valentine Mansion in Redbridge, in 2012.


    “British women can’t cook,” he told the Scottish Women’s Institute in 1961.


    “You are a woman, aren’t you?” he asked woman in Kenya in 1984.


    “I don’t think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing,” he said confusingly in 1988 when discussing blood sports.


    “I thought it was against the law these days for a woman to solicit,” he told a woman solicitor.


    “Who do you sponge off?” he asked women at a community centre in Barking and Dagenham in 2015.


    “Young people are the same as they always were. They are just as ignorant,” he said while celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme.


    “So who’s on drugs here?… HE looks as if he’s on drugs,” he said referring to a 14-year-old member of a Bangladeshi youth club in 2002.


    “Holidays are curious things, aren’t they? You send children to school to get them out of your hair. Then they come back and make life difficult for parents. That is why holidays are set so they are just about the limit of your endurance,” he told schoolchildren in 2000.


    “You were playing your instruments? Or do you have tape recorders under your seats?” he asked an Australian school orchestra in 2002.


    “The problem with London is the tourists. They cause the congestion. If we could just stop the tourism, we could stop the congestion,” he said at the opening of City Hall in 2002.


    “And what exotic part of the world do you come from?” he asked Tory politician Lord Taylor of Warwick in 1999. “Birmingham,” the MP replied.


    Only a Scotsman can really survive a Scottish education,” he said when he was made Chancellor of Edinburgh University in November 1953.


    “Well, that’s more than you know about anything else then,” he told Michael Buerk, after the BBC newsreader said he did know about the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Awards in 2004.


    “What are you doing here?” he asked Simon Kelner, editor of The Independent, at Windsor Castle reception in 2002. “I was invited, sir.” Philip: “Well, you didn’t have to come.”


    “Damn fool question!” he said derisively to BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt after she asked the Queen how she was enjoying her stay in Paris in 2006.


    “Where are you from?” he asked the editor of the Sun, before replying: “Oh, no…one can’t tell from the outside.”


    “You bloody silly fool!” he exclaimed to an elderly car park attendant who who didn’t recognise him at Cambridge University in 1997.


    “Oh! You are the people ruining the rivers and the environment,” he told three young employees of a Scottish fish farm at Holyrood Palace in 1999.


    “If you travel as much as we do you appreciate the improvements in aircraft design of less noise and more comfort. Provided you don’t travel in something called Economy Class, which sounds ghastly,” he said to the Aircraft Research Association in 2002.


    “Are you all one family?” he asked of multi-ethnic dance troupe Diversity at the Royal Variety Performance in 2009.


    “Is it a strip club?” he asked a female Sea Cadet who told him she worked in a nightclub.


    “Why don’t you go and live in a hostel to save cash?” he asked a penniless student in 1998.


    “The Philippines must be half empty, you’re all here running the NHS,” he said to a Filipino nurse at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital in February 2016.


    “You’re just a silly little Whitehall twit: you don’t trust me and I don’t trust you,” he said to Sir Rennie Maudslay, Keeper of the Privy Purse, in the 1970s.


    “There’s a lot of your family in tonight,” he told business chief Atul Patel during a 2009 Buckingham Palace reception for 400 influential British Indians.


    “I wish he’d turn the microphone off!” he said of Elton John’s performance at the 73rd Royal Variety Show, 2001.


    “Reichskanzler,” Hitler’s title, was used by the Prince to address German chancellor Helmut Kohl during a speech in Hanover in 1997.


    “You look like you’re ready for bed!” he told the President of Nigeria who was dressed in traditional robes in 2003.


    “If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats?” he said talking about guns shortly after the Dunblane shootings in 1996.


    “People usually say that after a fire it is water damage that is the worst. We are still drying out Windsor Castle,” he told survivors of the Lockerbie bombings in 1993.

    “Any bloody fool can lay a wreath at the thingamy,” he said an interview with Jeremy Paxman in 2006.


    “We didn’t have counsellors rushing around every time somebody let off a gun. You just got on with it!” he said of stress counselling for servicemen in 1995.


    “Is that a terrorist?” after pointing out a bearded man while walking to Sandringham’s St

    Mary Magdalene Church on New Year’s Eve in 2017. He reportedly made the comment when he spotted a tall man with a long ginger beard.


    “If it has four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it,” he said to a World Wildlife Fund meeting in 1986.


    “It’s not a very big one, but at least it’s dead and it took an awful lot of killing!” he said referring to a crocodile he shot in Gambia in 1957.


    “Cats kill far more birds than men. Why don’t you have a slogan: ‘Kill a cat and save a bird?’” he told wildlife campaigners in 1965.


    “Your country is one of the most notorious centres of trading in endangered species,” he said in Thailand where he was accepting a conservation reward.


    “It’s a pleasure to be in a country that isn’t ruled by its people,” he said to the Paraguay dictator General Stroessner.


    “[Smoke alarms are] a damn nuisance – I’ve got one in my bathroom and every time I run my bath the steam sets it off,” he said to a woman who lost two sons in a fire in 1998.


    “I never see any home cooking – all I get is fancy stuff,” he complained about the standard of Buckingham Palace cuisine in 1962.


    He didn't say these things as a type of Biden-gaffe.... he means them because he was an old cant.



    My god, I never paid too much attention to PP but the stuff he said just shows how unaccomplished person he was. Possibly worse than BG. I guess he couldn't give a toss what he said knowing that he is protected, can say what he liked and nobody would have said anything about it. JS must have welcomed him into the world and probably chatting about the good old days now.




    So a day visit to Brighton is now out of the question then....

    No point in visiting there if I can't sit down in a cafe or restaurant.

    I would have thought that the area is filled with people of alternative views but I guess they are a kind of LGBTLQ01+ woke brigade then.


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  6. 5 hours ago, Dekka said:

    It's true and largely unknown/covered up. The growth/profit increase in chemicals is almost exponential. One example. Back in the late 80s, the flame retardant industry, working through its bought officials in the fire services and government, played a big role in bringing in UK furniture flammability regulations that have led to every household containing around 45kgs of FRs in its sofas/mattresses/cushions etc. On the back of this, the FR industry then persuaded producers of duvets, carpets, curtains - all items for which there aren't even any flammability requirements - to also pack their products with FRs, all backed by the insurance industry which works closely with the chemical industry (primary aim to protect homes before lives), working through fake fire safety organisations who of course recommend lots of FRs in everything.


    MDF type of Kitchen cabinets also covered with formaldehyde. Irony is that we put food stuff in there.

    Where can I buy a duvet without any of these shit on it?


    5 hours ago, Dekka said:

    In recent years, the FR industry has also been very successful in packing its chemicals into building insulation foam (used in just about all new houses) to around 40% of the mass. Which means a modern home is absolutely stuffed with these toxic chemicals, inside and surroundings. The downside is that these chemicals are always eventually found to be toxic and eventually banned (but still in our sofas and walls, etc). And a few years ago it was proven that they actually make a fire far more toxic. Which is why - and this is a long story - the government is working very hard to cover up the toxicity of the Grenfell fire, telling survivors, believe it or not, that the fire was not toxic.


    Just to make things worse, the government itself proved in 2014 that the furniture flammability regulations don't even work, but of course has failed to do anything about it since that would massively cut industry profits.

    They even said about the asbestos that there was no danger.


  7. 2 hours ago, alexa said:

    Not forgetting that Satan/Lucifer wants to be like God & to be God.   


    If one is wanting to be like God, it will never be. It will keep attracting 'wanting' and not be able to claim the spot.

    If you were a God, you just be. Some people have to claim "I am this and that" because they aren't. King does not have to say I am the king.


    2 hours ago, - TZC - said:

    There's 2 things I most regret. I have no chance of seeing/knowing the real meaning of THIS IS IT


    He knew a lot. He's a real master in so many ways.


    19 hours ago, Fluke said:

    OMG my nan and grandad both had it and both have shoulder pain severely !!


    May be you could show them the shoulder injury info and ask if their arms were injured by the vaccine. It's rather coincidental, isn't it? Both of them? After vaccine? Have they ever experienced a synchronised medical condition aside from catching a cold from each other or having a diarrhea after having a takeaway?


    22 hours ago, alexa said:


    This is shocking,:classic_ohmy: why on earth would they have a  'Get Zombie Prepared' on their Government Website if it was not going to happen ?


    The only scriptural passages I could come up with is where it says people will break out in sores and they will want death, but death will flee from them.


    Rev 9-6

    And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall

    desire to die, and death shall flee from them.


    Rev 16-2

    And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and there fell a noisome and grievous sore upon the men which had the mark of the beast, and upon them which worshiped his image.


    Over the past few years we have seen an enormous amount of films hit the Market about Zombies. Were they trying to tell us something ?


    I didn't know there was another verse that mentions the mark of the beast. Rev 16:2 fits so well now.

    For all we know, vaxxed developing sore could be a possibility at some point. HIV patients suffered Kaposi's sarcoma.


  8. 9 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:


    Risking life and limb for nothing at all. Sounds like a sweet deal.


    Is this shopped? Or a real marketing material?

    I just don't know what is real or not anymore. I mean if people don't question looking at this..... we are in zombie apocalyse.

  9. 54 minutes ago, Athenry04 said:

    Good video by Hugo talks today, the CDC urging the American populace to prepare for a zombie apocalypse.




    Fuck me! Towards the end, Hugo asks us whether we'd like slow or fast moving zombies. 😱

    Read the comments too. I don't know whether to watch Cell. All I know is that we are not alone.

    I guess it's like the space invader game in the 70s, the fighting momentum escalates exponentially towards the end as we battle.



    The path to paradise begins in hell. - Dante Alighieri


  10. 44 minutes ago, Not Thoth said:

    Couldn't we use a situation like this to our advantage? If someone asks why you aren't wearing a mask tell them you've been vaccinated and are now immune. It will then be down to them to argue why the vaccine actually doesn't make you immune and you can watch as they try to convince themselves.


    Yes, it's all to do with how you 'lead' the conversation. Switch to a 'question mode'. "Why do you think that is?"

    More than likely they will probably say IDK. But you could go on to say, "I've heard a group of doctors have started a court case" etc. Plant the seed that something ain't right.

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  11. 2 hours ago, GSM said:

    The systems a joke. I called the police once because my neighbourgh had a gun. Two hours later after repeated phonecalls one car with two men turned up, knock on my door to find out what had been going on then went to his house. He had a 2 and half foot high fence around his garden with a padlock on the gate. They came back to me and said they could be done for trespassing if they went onto his property so would send someone back in the morning to follow up. I said to them if that was me you would have kicked my door in and asked questions later, he said sorry there's nothing we could do. They spoke to him the next day and he refused them entry so that ended the investigation. It turned out this bloke was ex Falklands vet with mental issues, when I explained the gun to someone they said it was standard issue for that war, the police concluded I must have been confused with a grappling hook he said he had in his garden


    This is typical. They are on the side of criminals. They always think for them first rather than the victim.

    You would have ended up being investigated instead. It's that f'd up.

  12. 5 hours ago, Outsider said:

    They are deep in the demoralisation phase and I don't think there's a way back now. To many people this is just life now and the new normal has been ingrained into them without them noticing or really caring. 

    That horrible phrase, 'keep calm and carry on' is a sort of motto for a lot of British people...if they were intelligent it should be 'get angry and resist'.



    Do you have a roadmap on this cycle? At least we'd know where we are at! lol



    I also think to reverse this process it would take a reverse propaganda campaign of the same scale that has been used to get us where we are. 


    Agree and we can start with Matt.


  13. 5 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:


    It sounds to me like 'updating anti-virus software' on computers...


    Variant vaccine: Covid-1984.v1.0 <-click here for an update. lol


    ReadMe.txt - Even more nasty stuff. BG is waving his arms and indeminity has been waved again.


  14. 8 hours ago, DarianF said:


    I don't understand why these people who keep saying "the Government website says so" don't just carry a FKN printout or something OF THE GOVERNMENT WEBSITE quote for Christ's sake.


    Why should anyone has to carry a quote?

    Onus is on them to know. After all, you don't carry a highway code booklet and present it to the other driver if their careless driving causes damage to your car. We meant to know these things....especially a PC.

  15. 3 hours ago, Mr Chinnery said:

    Order followers abusing a man and accusing him of asymptomatic transmission. Notice it's always gobby aggressive females who will never admit they are wrong.


    imo, he spent far too much time arguing.

    He should have just said "I don't need to" then if they started arguing he should have said "my solicitor will contact you (met)" and turn to the tesco staff "and tesco". He is in for a double whammy. lol

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  16. 10 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:



    A simple question which americans may be able to answer. They took down the monolith last year. Why is it that the Georgia guidestone hasn't been removed? Did someone apply for a permission? If so then we'd know who put it there.


    Also, have you noticed? They are pushing NHS workers to have vaccines yet nobody is saying pigs need injecting.

    After all, they come in contact with people up close and personal. Strange that....

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