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Ergo Storm

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  1. I'd rather not debate it with you as you are very excited about the topic and, similar to a lot of people on here, you are prone to losing your rag and ranting and raving when somebody expresses an opinion that you don't like. I keep being told that Savile was a paedophile by people who - interestingly - seem obsessed by the topic. Yet I have seen no actual evidence that Savile really was a paedophile. Note: sleeping with underage girls does not make somebody a paedophile. The term 'paedophile' has a very specific meaning. Apart from that, Savile was accused of touching, assaulting, feeling up, being inappropriate with, and in one or two cases, raping, older teenagers and young women, but the evidence seems lacking. For instance, we are assured that Savile assaulted a young woman live on Top of the Pops. I must be a proper idiot because when I view the recording, I don't see Savile assaulting anybody. It could be that he did assault her out of sight, but evidence is quite important. Then we turn to the necrophilia accusation. Do we really need to discuss that? I'd rather not. It's not an appealing topic, but if we must, it would be nice to see evidence not just the say-so of some random person. Given that Jimmy Savile was buggering kids, feeling up attractive women and shagging corpses left-right-and centre, I'm frankly surprised he had time for anything else.
  2. Who says? Consider who says it, then think about it some more.
  3. You obviously feel very very strongly about it. I have no idea if he was all the things you say, but I see you have no evidence he was those things. Personally when I accuse people of things, I go on evidence, not suppositions. Swearing at me doesn't make your argument more convincing. I have done none of the things you accuse people of. I only express an opinion.
  4. That would mean everybody who works at the BBC is a sex offender. Clearly that cannot be true, but that would be the logic of what you say, so your logic is specious. I agree that the evidence against him seems thin and there are lots of obvious flaws in the narrative that hardly anybody discusses.
  5. I am not the only person who is sceptical about it. Others have questioned it. I am aware of at least two popular blogs that go into the matter in some detail, though to be honest, my scepticism pre-dates those. I was sceptical from the moment the story broke. And yes, one basis for scepticism is that it comes from the mainstream media, but there are other reasons. I tend to find that people who have been taken in by the Savile-Harris-Gad stories are approaching the topic emotionally or from an agenda-driven perspective (anti-Establishment or whatever) and not considering the facts and whether the allegations add up, which mostly they do not. I do NOT want to get distracted from this thread. The relevance of it to this thread is the propaganda angle and the credulity of people-at-large in believing fantastical stories without applying critical thinking.
  6. What's your evidence? Does this evidence go beyond what the mainstream media (including the BBC) have told you? The same mainstream media who promote Covid-19.
  7. To be honest and in all seriousness, I do think Savile was probably innocent, as was Rolf Harris. It is a different topic, but one thing I would say is that if the mainstream narratives are generally false and wrong, then we should remember it is those same people who pointed the finger at the likes of Savile, Harris, Gad, etc. I do wonder how much of it is deliberate distraction, using similar media manipulation techniques to what we now see with Covid-19 hysteria.
  8. To be honest, I always thought Jimmy was innocent. Little boy, little boy, little boy, I'll fix it for you - is what Jimmy said to me before he arranged for me to milk cows blindfold at his own farm in Scotland.
  9. Tut, tut....You heard the lady you 'orrible lot. Cease and desist! Stop killing grannies and little kiddies. Bend over for the jibber-jab and take it thrice. It's for your own good. And remember: you're doing it for the kiddies.
  10. Disagree, with respect. It's a con-trick inflicted on the many by the many. That's why it works.
  11. Intestacy is just rules for the distribution of property without a provable will. It has nothing to do with seizure by the state. If you mean seizure by the tax authorities due to lack of planning, this may happen but it is possible for administrators of an intestate estate to get round this by putting assets into trust and/or varying how the intestacy rules are applied. Most people would just sell the assets anyway.
  12. Precious metals will be useless, or if of any actual use, they will be a dangerous liability unless you are armed to the teeth because you will be robbed. The bartering will be over food, skills and manual labour. The more you have of those three, the more secure you will be, save that stores of food, if known, could bring about the same problem as a hoard of metals.
  13. It's due to the vaccine. The authorities realise that insisting on mask-wearing after double-dosing them all was untenable, so they've relaxed things. This will change if the government announce that a New Deadly Variant that is immune to the vaccines has been found to kill people and masks must be worn again. Then you'd see most of these people wearing the masks again. In other words: they're still the same compliant sheep. They're not wearing the masks anymore because they've either been told they don't have to or not told they have to.
  14. THE DENIERS: SHOCK AS EVIDENCE GROWS OF A NEW TREND AMONG THE ELDERLY TO DENY COVID EXISTS! Experts says this could threaten a return to normal. Groups of elderly dissidents seen meeting in pubs and on bowling greens. "We swopped information on the David Icke Forum" said Mavis, a 68 year old retired civil servant from Surbiton. New questions about the Covid Terror Threat (CTT) as anti-terror police swoop on bridge clubs in south London and find secret terrorism training manuals, including titles like: '50 Uses For Knitting Needles: What You Never Knew"
  15. What a ginormous galloping cunt. If ever there was a basis for a legal test case for a defence to a charge of battery following a well-aimed scissor kick to the bollocks using steel toe-capped boots, this would be it. "My Lords, if I may, normally this would be battery, but my client - who is a sound bloke - avers that the victim is complete and utter cunt. Your Lordships will have seen the evidence in the bundle provided over luncheon, and I have to say, all the evidence does point to him being a cunt."
  16. "NEW WAVE OF GRANNY SUICIDES, CAUSED BY COVID" Doctors are calling it the Granny Wave, as it's revealed that thousands of the elderly have refused the life-saving jab.
  17. JUST TAKE THE JIBBER-JAB YOU GRANNY KILLER YOU! The Science™ says so.
  18. I now understand the wisdom of The Scissor Kick To The Bollocks. It is a clever stock market investment tactic.
  19. Nobody can top that, eh? Oh yeah? Wait 'til you see some of the 'I'm asking for a scissor-kick right in the knackers with steel toe-capped boots' commentary I have seen. I'm just preparing my submission for the judges now. Gold medal winners these.
  20. I always thought he was innocent. That was before he asked me to tie his kangaroo down. I did what I was told and Rolf showed me his didgeridoo. Or that's what I thought it was at the time. He did say, 'Can you tell what it is yet?' I said: 'No Rolf, it's too small'.
  21. No. According to official information, what I have described is how it works. Obviously in the majority of cases, it's probably not enforceable as any isolation they try to impose on you expires in 10 days from the supposed 'contact', but I am saying that people reading this should never give a workable number, as this opens the way for them to harass you.
  22. IF YOU EVER GO INSIDE A PUBLIC BUILDING, ALWAYS REFUSE TO GIVE YOUR MOBILE NUMBER TO RECEPTION/SECURITY. They want it for NHS Track and Trace. They won't tell you this unless asked, but it's probably safest not to give out your mobile number to strange people anyway. I was in a public building at the end of the last month and made the mistake of giving out my mobile number when asked. I then noticed that the security guard entered it on a sheet headed 'NHS Track and Trace'. I spent the next 10 days wondering if I would receive a call requiring me to go into isolation. Thankfully, that did not happen. On the next occasion, I refused: "Oh, I wouldn't normally give out my number. What do you need that for?" He then explained it was for NHS Track and Trace. I replied: "I am sorry, I have no number for that purpose." I then just repeated this until he dropped it. I think this is the best approach. Don't be rude or try to challenge what they are doing, just ask them why they want the number, and when they say it is for NHS Track and Trace, tell them you have no number for that purpose. If they don't mention NHS Track and Trace, refuse to give them your number anyway. You can just say: "I am sorry, but that's private". Just repeat that until they drop it. If worst comes to worst, pretend you've suddenly forgotten your number. I sometimes start giving them a number and then halfway through stop and affect to be forgetful: "Wait, is it 4 or 5? Oh dear, I'm not very good at this, am I. Sorry, I seem to have forgotten my own mobile number. You know how it is". If you have your phone on you and have to hand it in, pretend that you don't know how to find your number on the phone. Always make sure your phone is locked in those circumstances. The reason I labour this is that once you are signed up to NHS Track and Trace, they can pester you and, at least in theory, can enforce isolation on you under threat of arrest - though this is now only for a limited period.
  23. IF YOU EVER GO INSIDE A PUBLIC BUILDING, ALWAYS REFUSE TO GIVE YOUR MOBILE NUMBER TO RECEPTION/SECURITY. I was in a public building at the end of the last month and made the mistake of giving out my mobile number when asked. I then noticed that the security guard entered it on a sheet headed 'NHS Track and Trace'. I spent the next 10 days wondering if I would receive a call requiring me to go into isolation. Thankfully, that did not happen. On the next occasion, I refused: "Oh, what do you need that for? I wouldn't normally give out my number." He then explained it was for NHS Track and Trace. I replied: "I am sorry, I have no number for that purpose." I then just repeated this until he dropped it.
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