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  1. The Sun has CCTV video of the incident. He was killed in front of his son. He was an old man and his son is autistic. https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/7017973/driver-dies-run-over-own-car-downhill-bolton/
  2. I think Biden promised so many industries a monopoly in the future technocratic era of high tech Super Cites in return for their votes and support. Infrastructure means a great many different things to communist-socialists and his huge multi trillion dollar bills shall pay off and pay for all of it. A Great Reset, resetting the balance of power and redistributing the wealth. Silicon valley, with 5g and their superfast railways will run the technological infrastructure of these Cities. Schools and educators. Green deal, anti-Oil and environmental and energy interests. Our Saviour, Communism.
  3. 'HipHop is the music of the people of our generation' - Seconal
  4. These are the works of the Gnostic Master, Samael Aun Weor. The pages above are from his book 'The Solar Bodies'. 'The time has come for us to understand that the Eternal Feminine is the greatest power in this Universe' - Samael Aun Weor 'The sun of truth rises in the human being and illuminates his world when he lifts his mind from the darkness of ignorance and selfishness into the light of wisdom and altruism'- Samael Aun Weor Below you may download from his entire bibliography. http://www.samaelaunweor.ro/1 download_eng.html If I may suggest reading, The Solar Bodies, The Divine Science, The Three Mountains, The Yellow Book, Gnostic Anthropology, The Major Mysteries and Gnostic Kabbalah.
  5. All out superpower war games. There's obviously a reason, it's a military reason and it's a big reason. I'd guess some kind of preparation or a defensive show of force. However with such a detailed press release, stealth obviously isn't their aim. Reminds me of the the Russian military parades, showing the world their power or maybe they're preparing for the fake Alien invasion. We know the Pentagon is releasing UFO videos and a report on UFO's in June as requested but the Trump administration.
  6. Agreed, I guess people might not know what to really say. It's tragic but also incredible. If we had CCTV footage of the incident it would make more sense. He must have either tried to stop his Car from rolling by trying to get into it or it rolled up from behind without him noticing.
  7. BORIS Johnson is to lead the fight back against the "culture wars" with leftwing attempts to denigrate British history and heroic figures from the past. The Prime Minister told representatives from the powerful Common Sense group of Tory MP this week during a Downing Street summit that he will be making a speech on the issue to push back on attacks on Britain’s traditions. It came as the row over how British institutions have been infiltrated by the left spread to the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich with allegations that it was attempting to “downgrade Nelson’s heroic status”. The Common Sense group raised the case and that of the National Trust’s decision to insult Winston Churchill in a report linking almost 100 properties to slavery and colonialism. The Common Sense group, which has more than 50 MPs and 10 peers as members, has written to culture secretary Oliver Dowden to have public funding to the National Maritime Museum and National Trust blocked until they apologise. A source from the group told the Sunday Express: “Boris is very sound on these issues and he told us he is planning a major speech on the culture wars. “He asked us to feed through cases like the National Maritime Museum through Downing Street so they could respond and keep on top of them. “He is quite liberal in some ways but it is obvious he has a deep love for British history and figures like Churchill are close to his heart.” It is understood that chief of staff Dominic Cummings fellow advisor Munira Mirza are pushing for him to be more robust against attempts to rewrite British history in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protest which led to riots and statues being pulled down. But there is greater concern that senior corporate figures and people who run national institutions are also pushing the BLM leftwing agenda attacking British history. The issue is raised today in the Sunday Express by Morley and Outwood MP Andrea Jenkyns over attempts to review Queen Victoria's statue in Leeds. The Common Sense group also this week wrote to the National Maritime Museum’s director Paddy Rodgers to express their disgust after freedom of information requests revealed the plans to undermine the reputation of Britain's greatest Admiral who died in 1805 at the Battle of Trafalgar. The row has come over a disputed letter which Nelson may have authored where he expressed his dislike for the anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce. The Common Sense group letter, copied to the museum’s patrons and the culture secretary, signed by 25 MPs noted: “For more than two centuries, patriotic Britons have celebrated Horatio Nelson as a national hero. A man of towering courage and charisma, his triumph at Trafalgar prevented the victory of French dictator, Napoleon Bonaparte - likely saving England from foreign invasion.” It went on: “The National Maritime Museum is privileged to serve as the guardian and custodian of Nelson's Trafalgar coat - the very garment pierced by a bullet on the deck of the Victory. Indeed, the museum's presentation of Nelson's triumph at Trafalgar is perhaps its most appealing and important exhibit.” It informed Mr Rodgers that they have demanded funding is stopped for museum “until such time as your organisation have publicly apologised for disparaging the good name of one of our nation's greatest heroes, and for the offence you have caused to patriotic Britons.” In a response to the MPs, Mr Rodgers claimed that his intentions had been misrepresented in the original reporting but acknowledged he had ordered a review when he took up the job. He noted that the museum has “received numerous complaints from the public”. He said: “Let me be absolutely clear, there is not, nor has there been, any plan to revise our Gallery Exhibitions on Nelson.” Mr Rodgers has offered to meet MPs at Greenwich to resolve the issue. Writing for the Sunday Express, Sir John Hayes, the founder and chairman of the Common Sense group, made it clear MPs are still unhappy with the response and Mr Rodger’s claim that museums have a role to play in reflecting the concerns of the Marxist Black Lives Matter group. He said: “It is of little matter to those who want to falsify history that Britain abolished the slave trade in 1807, just two years after Nelson’s untimely death at Trafalgar. If it hadn’t been for Nelson’s victory Britain would not have possessed the naval power necessary to enforce a ban against the wishes of countries that wanted to perpetuate this barbaric trade in human souls.” - Express, Oct 17, 2020 David Maddox
  8. Biggest deployment of UK naval firepower since the Falklands war will set sail next month. The force will contain the first operational deployment of HMS Queen Elizabeth. Britain’s biggest deployment of UK naval and aerial military firepower since the Falklands war will set sail next month in a 28-week voyage which will be closely watched by China. This move, which includes the first operational deployment of the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, will see Britain use its power to bring other nation’s forces together such as the US and Netherlands. The £3 billion warship, with eight RAF F35B stealth fighter jets on board, will depart for Asia accompanied by six Royal Navy ships, a submarine, 14 naval helicopters and a company of Royal Marines. The Carrier Strike Group (CSG), which will carry out visits to India, Japan, South Korea and Singapore, will include the US destroyer USS The Sullivans and the Dutch frigate HNLMS Evertsen. It comes after Iceland became the 10th nation to join the Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF), a defence group of northern European countries intent on maintaining the security of the region. A squadron of 10 US Marine Corps F35B Lightning II jets will also be embarked on the carrier in what the Ministry of Defence (MoD) is describing as the "largest concentration of maritime and air power to leave the UK in a generation". Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, who will reveal details of the deployment to Parliament, said: "When our Carrier Strike Group sets sail next month, it will be flying the flag for Global Britain - projecting our influence, signalling our power, engaging with our friends and reaffirming our commitment to addressing the security challenges of today and tomorrow. "The entire nation can be proud of the dedicated men and women who for more than six months will demonstrate to the world that the UK is not stepping back but sailing forth to play an active role in shaping the international system of the 21st century." During the 28-week deployment, ships from the Carrier Strike Group are expected to visit more than 40 countries and undertake more than 70 engagements, including sailing alongside the French carrier Charles De Gaulle in the Mediterranean. The work is expected to be watched closely by China, the US and its allies. The deployment has been organised as part of the "UK's tilt to the Indo-Pacific region" in a bid to "bolster deep defence partnerships" as well as to take part in an exercise to mark the 50th anniversary of the Five Power Defence Arrangements with Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. Accompanying HMS Queen Elizabeth will be a surface fleet made up of Type 45 destroyers HMS Defender and HMS Diamond, Type 23 anti-submarine frigates HMS Kent and HMS Richmond, and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary's RFA Fort Victoria and RFA Tidespring. The Royal Navy Astute-class submarine will also be deployed, armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles. As well as the stealth fighters, four Wildcat maritime attack helicopters, seven Merlin Mk2 anti-submarine helicopters and three Merlin Mk4 commando helicopters will be embarked - the greatest quantity of helicopters assigned to a single UK Task Group in a decade. Prior to leaving the UK, the CSG will take part in a major exercise, Strike Warrior, off the coast of Scotland before departing for the Mediterranean. - Telegraph, 26 April, 2021 - Mason Boycott-Owen https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/04/26/biggest-deployment-uk-naval-firepower-since-falklands-war-will/
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