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Velma

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  1. The King, looking exceptionally well for someone undergoing treatment for a form of cancer - which has not been publically disclosed. Charles, the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Gloucester laughed and joked in the palace garden with guests including documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux, Hollywood director Sir Ridley Scott and artist Tracey Emin. Artist Tracey Emin said the Queen in particular had remembered both her and her work, as she spoke to journalists after the gathering. Emin's 'work.'
  2. For a man who was supposedly shot four times at point blank range, there was a surprising absence of blood?
  3. I would consider the "King of Scotland" to be an intelligent individual, yet it has only just dawned on him that our government does not have our best interests at heart. Has he not studied the political shenanigans and orchestrated wars of 20th Century? I have and I'm only an ordinary layman/woman. Perhaps he should look into 9/11?
  4. Charles jumped at the sight of his own reflection, but he does have a stake in Transylvania.
  5. Don't suppose there's any point in activists throwing tomato soup at this?
  6. You may or may not have obsereved that the graphics for the Eurovision Song Contest, on the day of the unusual aurora, was just like the pink aurora, coincidentally!
  7. Seven years is a stiff sentence for misgendering. I feel sorry for folk with Tourette Syndrome!
  8. The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Act 2021 creates a new crime of "stirring up hatred" relating to age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or being intersex. The maximum penalty is a prison sentence of seven years. A person commits an offence if they communicate material, or behave in a manner, "that a reasonable person would consider to be threatening or abusive," with the intention of stirring up hatred based on the protected characteristics. Stirring up hatred based on race, colour, nationality or ethnicity was already illegal in Great Britain under the Public Order Act 1986 but, in an attempt to streamline the criminal law in Scotland, that too is now part of the Hate Crime Act. The bar for this offence is lower than for the other protected characteristics, as it also includes "insulting" behaviour, and as the prosecution need only prove that stirring up hatred was "likely" rather than "intended". https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-68703684 Scottish banter is now illegal, I don't know what to say?
  9. The Crocus Hall massacre is a croc. The ‘shocking’ footage showed nothing other than four men with guns in combat fatigues entering an empty foyer. Someone on a balcony felt confident enough to film this on a mobile phone. Then they entered the hall, where people dived for cover as shots rang out. News commentators said they began systematically executing people who dropped dead, while others clambered over their bodies. I saw none of that on any film, although somebody appeared brave enough to put his head above the parapet to record the event. Why is there only mobile phone footage available, does this concert hall not have CCTV? The only other evidence of a major incident was dozens of emergency vehicles with flashing lights, but I did not see a single stretcher taking casualties into them, with victims; I saw no blood either, but saw the roof engulfed in flames, from a distance. The building was eventually gutted! The only proof I’ve seen of multiple victims is the mass of flowers placed at the scene by mourners. The suspects were described as “bearded men” which is a euphemism for “terrorists” and has been since Desert Storm, when the anti-iMuslim propaganda began and reached fever pitch on 9/11 with beardy Bin Laden as the arch-villain. It has not ceased, courtesy of the Jewish media, and we have now bombed every Islamic nation on Kissinger’s list, except Iran. (Hollywood should make a movie called Kissinger’s List!) It soon became clear that the Moscow attack was perpetrated by “Islamists” because ISIS want revenge on those who destroyed Muslim countries. So, they went all the way to Russia, when Tel Aviv is literally across the border from the ISIS stronghold in Syria. Curious! The culprits were soon caught, supposedly, and dragged into court, one was wheeled in by men in army camouflage and black balaclavas, who looked more like terrorists, while the suspects wore Addidas track-suits to appear like ordinary blokes. They had been badly beaten and tortured and could hardly stand in the dock, one was unconscious and another was missing an ear! So much for innocent until proven guilty! I guess they got a “confession.”
  10. Brits have already dropped off their XL bully's in Scotland, may as well come here to commit suicide too?
  11. Ten months after separating from Prince Charles, when Princess Diana had become superfluous and a Royal nuisance she wrote, "This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous. My husband is planning an accident in my car, brake failure or some serious head injury…” Diana deposited this letter with her lawyer, Lord Mishcon and said her information came from a reliable source. Her fears were confirmed four years later when she died in a fatal car crash. The man she accused of orchestrating her assassination is now our King, who got very close to Kate, the new Princess of Wales when they were in hospital together having cancer diagnosed. Should Kate be worried, after all, she has fulfilled her duty by providing an heir and a spare? The monarchy are notorious murderers.
  12. Obviously! But at this juncture, after faking a photo of Kate and her children looking happy, I'd be inclined to phone social services.
  13. Because it's time for Andrew Tate show to come to Britain?
  14. The new definition of extremism, which includes anti-democratic “core behaviours” is anti-democratic, since democracy grants the inalienable right to to justice, freedom of expression and opinion, peaceful assembly and freedom of association. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2024/mar/09/revealed-legal-fears-over-michael-gove-definition-extremism
  15. Summer came early to Windsor, the trees are in full leaf!
  16. I expect it's because he had completed his mission, set the record straight about Kate, she's fine and there is nothing to see here.
  17. I thought he was in love with Macron?
  18. Gary Goldsmith, has been booted off British reality show Celebrity Big Brother—the first housemate to be evicted from the house by public vote.
  19. How about a compulsory purchase order to house all the immigrants sleeping on Dublin's streets? It has 775 rooms!
  20. Like rats, deserting a sinking ship!
  21. The word democracy comes from the Greek words "demos", meaning people, and "kratos" meaning power; so democracy can be thought of as "power of the people": a way of governing which depends on the will of the people. However, Ezra Pound said, “Democracy is now currently defined in Europe as a 'country run by Jews.” Rishi Sunak claims that our democracy is being undermined, which it is, by him, because the will of the people, which has been demonstrated peacefully at pro-Palestine marches, demanding a ceasefire in Gaza, is being defied by our government and conflated with ‘antisemitism.’ He says we can criticise any state, (except Israel.) He laments the election of George Galloway in Rochdale and resorted to smearing his reputation, by painting him as a “terrorist” sympathiser., although George won with a democratic majority. Sunak says democracy is under threat, but he is the one who is outlawing the right to protest, because it exposes how undemocratic our parliament is. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2024/mar/01/extremists-trying-to-tear-us-apart-says-rishi-sunak-in-impromptu-speech-video
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