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  1. 9 minutes ago, alexa said:

    It looks like we'll be either eating Bills crap or fruit & veg sooner than we think!


    Meat set to run out in just TWO weeks and Christmas dinner is under threat amid gas crisis as minister will hold emergency summit with energy bosses tomorrow

    Meat producers have warned Britain could be facing a shortage in as little as two weeks - as gas supplies claim Christmas dinner is under threat amid a gas crisis.


    A lack of CO2 means that those working in the meat industry are unable to stun their animals before slaughtering them - as well as increasing the shelf life of packaged foods.


    Two fertiliser plants in the north of England, which produced the gas as a by-product, were recently closed down causing a major kink in the meat supply chain.


    The scarcity of CO2 comes as gas prices continue to soar, with Whitehall holding discussions on the issue it poses to food supplies around the country. 




    I thought we had a glut of Co2 ?


    Isn't this news to the ecoterrorists ears a cause to celebrate ?

  2. 5 hours ago, Macnamara said:


    Soaring bills, empty shelves, used cars that cost MORE than new ones and NO toys for Christmas - how UK faces being crippled by 'perfect storm' of Covid, Brexit and soaring gas prices that will leave families thousands of pounds poorer

    • Shelves have been left bare in recent weeks due to a lack of lorry drivers plus the effects of the 'pingdemic'
    • But the food supply chain faces a new challenge, with commercial carbon dioxide production shutting down
    •  Bosses said ministers and supermarket giants were only now appreciating the knock-on effects of the crisis
    • It comes as millions of households face an increased cost of living, potentially of around £1,500 more a year 

    By Tom Pyman For Mailonline

    Published: 12:24 BST, 18 September 2021 | Updated: 16:50 BST, 18 September 2021

    Millions of families are facing a 'perfect storm' of empty supermarket shelves and an imminent hike in the cost of living of around £1,500 a year, it emerged today.

    A shortage of toys ahead of Christmas and soaring costs of used cars - to the extent that some are now more expensive than new models - is also contributing to what is set to be a difficult end to the year for many households.

    Brexit, increased gas prices and the Covid pandemic have all contributed to the crisis, which will leave families substantially out of pocket over the coming months.  

    A lack of lorry drivers in recent weeks, along with the effects of the 'pingdemic' earlier in the year, has seen many shelves left bare, but now the food supply chain is up against a new challenge, after rising gas prices forced much of the country's commercial production of carbon dioxide to shut down.

    The industry describes the gas as being fundamental to producing and transporting supermarket staples like bread and meat, as well as beer and fizzy drinks.


    Food shortages,cost of living increases of 30 quid a week ,luxury items like kids toys restricted,increased fuel prices,lack of lorry drivers caused by pingdemic AND pandemic measures both government orchestrated,used vehicles priced out of range leaving no option but hybrids/electrics lack of Co2 (thought we had a glut of it? ) staples like bread and meat restricted same with staples (for some people these are essentials) like beer and fizzy drinks which probably points to giants like molson coors and cocacola being hit hard in the uk,alcohol dulls the pain so its an alternative medicine so restrict it


    Merry christmas you will eat nothing and exchange nothing and you wont be driving anywhere to exchange nothings either




    Thats how that reads to me


  3. 2 hours ago, oddsnsods said:


    I had a friend who was a top graffiti artist, like really talented who was into hiphop & supposedly hung himself in a police cell.. sounded suspect to me. We used to go b0mb underground trains when kids.

    I used to hang with travellers & go squat parties & seen how people deteriorate into the drugs like Ket.

    Know them sort of peoples mindset well.

    What pissed me off with the graffiti & hip hop or rap, they never really say much, is all ego vibes.

    Reggae I found always had a positive message.

    I dont mind a bit of old skool hip hop like grand master flash kind of days lol Douge Fresh.


    One guy put out a Yewtube, sure you would have listened & I swear he must come on this forum to get his info.🤔




    Not often but he does visit occasionaly,but he's wide awake and involved in the truth movement ;-)

  4. 2 hours ago, Velma said:


    Billion$ have been spent looking for a cure for cancer and not one cent on the cause.

    And anyone who dares to challenge that is ostracised villified,imprisoned (David Noakes and Lyn Thyer come to mind here) or simply got rid of,the profits involved are beyond the understanding of most normal folk,myself included


    Imagine a cure was found tomorrow,the charities that would be out of business,the hospitals that would lose customers and the staff they would have to shed and the pharmco's profits slumping,its become a self perpetuating machine as intended by that paragon of allopathic medicine rockefeller john d

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  5. 50 minutes ago, Looney tune said:

    And that's even if that is how this is going to play out. If covid is a precursor to a techoncracy there probably wouldn't be a massive culling, just a large enough number to change laws and how the rest of us are to live in a newer society

    I think its going to be more a slow cull with involuntary sterilisation thrown in ,2030 has a lot hanging on it as a target for a multitude of projects and 2050 the completion date for the half a billion who they require to 'serve ' them

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  6. 1 hour ago, Shake said:

    On a certain radio station, they pump out this "cancer research" charity run advert where supposedly 1 in 2 people get cancer. I can recall in the 90s they said 1 in 4.


    It's bloody annoying and usually follows a covid public announcement

    Strange they can get away with that but no charity would ever be allowed to quote the exponential equivalent of kids becoming autistic

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  7. 12 minutes ago, alexa said:


    It's not just strictly

    This is exactly what they are trying to do with Corrie & Emmerdale.

    Can't find the article now. It was in the Daily Fail.....

    I saw the clip of Eastenders when they portrayed the unjabbed as brainless troughers willing to put anything in their bodies except the holy vax

    I imagine all the soaps feel its their public duty to follow suit (or more likely are ordered to) .Wonder if they are jabbing with gay abandon in Ambridge ?

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  8. 34 minutes ago, DaleP said:



    I notice the wording of 'article' is couched in propaganda speak

    'It has left beeb chiefs fearing a spate of show wrecking covid cases'

    Which translates to 'if we have to go off air you muppets who sit watching this shit can blame the unjabbed and its nothing to do with us you can blame the filthy unvaxxed lepers for spoiling the highlight of your humdrum lifestyle where a cunch of bunts flitter around and you call it enterainment''

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  9. 54 minutes ago, DaleP said:


    You will know when a lettuce starts grow on your head.🌱🥬🌽

    Epicyte anyone ? contraceptive corn technology is now 20 years old,just think what they've managed to do with that concept in that timeframe

    Try eating something that DOESN'T contain corn starch,sugar or some other by product and if they can get the 'vax' to pass the blood brain barrier i have no doubt whatsoever that sterility for many could be an integral part of everyones weekly shop

    They really do plan to 'get' everyone one way or another even vegans !

  10. 18 minutes ago, Mindfree said:

    Congrats to the Melbourne protesters and those in other capital cities, despite the intimidation by Vicpol stasi and the shutdown of the public transport system leading into and out of Melb CBD, they outsmarted the Vicpol stasi and took their protest from the inner suburb of Richmond.


    When The cops arrived they were looking for a fight and tried to block the freedom fighters only to have the lines broken. The really good thing was they took the protest across 2 inner suburbs with much support from the locals.


    Of course, the IstandwithDan# moronic scumbags took to twitter venting their bile and the pro Dan lying MSM (but I repeat myself) now cherry picking images of the protests getting violent when it was the VicPol stasi were the ones who started the fight. There were a couple of idiots but that's what you get when tensions run high. Until the VicPol stasi arriver it was completely peaceful. However, there is talk that a couple of planted professional agitators (Dan's people) were there to start some violence as they did in the previous CBD protest.


    For those who missed the live stream here is the video



    It's thanks to people like yourself bringing it almost real time to the rest of the world that we in the northern hemisphere know about it as the msm will barely report on it as you know

    My heart goes out to the people standing up and making themselves heard

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  11. I read about the mad squirrel thing years ago in a book called 'noodling for flatheads' by burkhard bilger(had me crying with laughter when i read it,well worth reading if you can find a copy) and intrigued just ddgo'd mad squrrel disease and came across this




    Quite a few terms in there that pre covid i had never heard of,suddenly things like prion disease are common and thats from 1996


    Makes ya wonder

  12. 2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    It's probably to wind native Brits up that don't feel protected too to be fair. That's where I read about it anyway, on Twitter from Nationalists.



    I've actually had the pleasure of seing reds in their native habitat in Scotland and love to see stories where real efforts are being made to conserve native wildlife however with so many years of seeing a lot of those efforts being hijacked by climate change alarmists to further this agenda or that agenda i'm instantly on alert for the story behind the story so to speak

    I personally think they should leave the greys alone,they might be a valuable source of protein soon ! but dont eat the brains as they do in the southern u.s states,they carry a squirelly form of creutzfeldt jakob disease otherwise known as mad cow ,which,surprisingly is also getting some media time of late !


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  13. 6 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

    how to get rid of grey squirrels

    The recovery of the European pine marten has been credited with reducing the population of invasive grey squirrels in Ireland. Where the range of the expanding European pine marten population meets that of the grey squirrel, the population of the grey squirrels quickly retreats and the red squirrel population recovers. Because the grey squirrel spends more time on the ground than the red squirrel, which co-evolved with the pine marten, they are thought to be far more likely to come in contact with this predator

    As much as i applaud the efforts being undertaken to reintroduce the reds (and other extinct or extremely rare species) to their traditional habitats and the destruction of invasive foreign species i get the feeling this isn't being done for the good of the people  but ties in more with the rewilding agenda and the movement of people from the countryside to cities

    There also seems to be a lot of stories of this nature suddenly appearing,in the last month alone i have read of beavers in scotland,wild boar in the uk and the potential reintroduction of lynx and wolf as well as scottish wildcats and the efforts to increase the dwindling population

    Once a site has the designation of SSSI slapped on it nothing can happen in that area without protracted legal battles you only have to look at some of the roadbuilding instances in the last 30 years to see examples of it being used to further the climae change agenda

  14. 41 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:


    Surely they're all dead.....I was buying their stuff back in the 60s....I'm 72 now and I know they were all older than me!

    The way they are going before too long Genesis will be a 'triggers broom' type of band,bit like the Clash became (rip JS voice of a generation)

  15. 1 minute ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

    But Israel has a right to defend itself doesn't it? After all, they can't have kids with AK-47s and RPGs running around. Imagine if the English were doing that to the Welsh, or the Flemings to the Walloons in Belgium?

    I think our brethren in the six counties may have something to say on that matter

  16. 41 minutes ago, LightandLove said:

    According to my colleague at work who was updated by NHS England, lo and behold we can expect a particularly severe and virulent flu season this year. It will be returning with a vengeance after mysteriously almost disappearing last year and apparently being replaced with a highly infectious respiratory disease. She advised everyone to make sure they get their booster jab and their flu jabs as people will be dropping like flies from the flu and the double jabbed are particularly vulnerable.


    You couldn't make it up.  

    Yet they still trot out the mantra's of the new cult of covid without once stopping for 30 seconds to notice the incongruity in their statements

    I suppose the pay does that to people,makes them hard of critical thinking skills and oblivious to facts

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  17. 38 minutes ago, Velma said:


    .Israeli soldiers fired tear gas canisters at a Palestinian elementary school in the southern area of Hebron in the occupied West Bank today, forcing dozens of children to flee the building after being exposed to tear gas.


    Just sayin...

    Know your gases,cs smells of marzipam,so if it smells of battenberg cake suddnly...Run



  18. 7 minutes ago, Daz181 said:

    I just read through th T's & C's for entry,now theres companies trying to exist and make a profit and theres corporations like the NEC becoming an arm of government and acting as enforcers with some of their own unique conditions thrown in

    Needs boycotting or mass refunds being requested


    Will that happen ?


    I very much doubt it


  19. 4 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

    Ah, but what to do when the whole planet is infected with the same sickness? I had to go for an x-ray this morning on my ankle. I was made to wear a mask because it was company policy. None of the staff I spoke to cared if I did or didn't. The x-ray tech was awake and we had a good talk about the latest shenanigans by the President who is trying to prevent certain States from receiving monoclonal antibodies. I doubt that Biden could even spell it but his puppet masters speak and he goes along with it.


    At the county level, sheriffs and mayors are fighting back and refusing to implement the mandates. The news media is having fits about this but people are standing firm. Will it come to force? I don't know but people are supporting their elected officials who are not bowing. Support for Trump 24 seems to be waning as people are finally realizing (after the California recall scam) that the system needs to be cleansed of the corrupting influences that have a vice-like grip on it. Things are beginning to get interesting.



    And in the UK our elected (and unelected) officials seem to have vanished en masse and if they do poke their snouts above the trough it's to go along with whatever is trending today,we have a glut of ex elected officials who have suddenly crawled out from under the rocks they went to hide under when they were deposed and the msm give them airtime and column inches as if their opinions matter and we should be listening

    People are going about their business lulled into a false sense of security and are in the 'phony war' phase occupied with bread and circuses and freakish side shows that keeps them suitably looking in the wrong direction,the summer is over and protest is almost over as the weather changes,with the carnival/festival atmosphere put away till next summer in their minds

    I'm afraid the UK has fallen to a point of no return and it's been done slightly differently to Australia and New Zealands rabid dictatorial approach,which is to be expected as its being run from the UK,they dont tend to shit where they sleep these controllers of the purse and public

    If the USA does fall totally the rest of the west will surely follow,the USA has the second amendment in its favour its about time to start using it cos up to now those guns have been awful silent

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  20. 1 hour ago, factJack said:




    Bit of a coincidence considering how pissed off france are about being "stabbed in the back" over the submarine deal 🤣

    That'll be the cable that brings in the 'power made from renewable resources' much publicisd by EDF forgetting to mention that its 90% nuclear generated


    Funny that,you don't hear the green howls from the anti nuke/climate change apostles about it as they scrutinise their bills

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