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Hi everyone 

 

So, the 2021 G7 'summit' will be hosted in Cornwall. World 'leaders' plus security (likely armed), media, police (definitely armed), in addition to staff, drivers etc. are going to descend on a tiny part of a smallish county, population wise, for several days before the likely end of a plandemic...

 

As it was announced, there was an almost immediate media blackout. Add to that the Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall police is now quoted as saying they've been "...planning for [the summit] for several months".

 

Any thoughts?

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7 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

At least four stories about the G7 summit on the Falmouth Packet website:

https://www.falmouthpacket.co.uk/

 

 

Thanks Grumpy Owl 

 

Yes, there are now - the censorship has ended. When I caught word of it about 19.30 yesterday evening every website (Falmouth Packet, Cornwall Live, plus several nationals including the guardian) were showing various cannot be found, or article no longer exists messages. I found it curious that my own ickle wabbit hole was blocked up.

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4 hours ago, Noctua said:

I guess this means we'll be out of lockdown by June then (or at least Cornwall will).  The incoming world leaders will enjoy the endless A30 as they are driven in 😴

Maybe their flights into RAF St Mawgan will be a bumpy one!

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

In between lobster lunches and discussions on how they are going to fuck over the proles of the world, Biden and Kamala might want to do a pilgrimage to the witchcraft museum at Boscastle

They may take our witches, but they can keep their fingers off our lobsters!

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2 minutes ago, Uncle Crisis said:

They may take our witches, but they can keep their fingers off our lobsters!

 

It's quite a fun little museum that.....the smuggling one at Jamaica Inn is quite fun too

 

How do you feel about having some of the the highest ranking psychopaths on the planet coming to your neck of the woods? I guess politicians aren't the top of this thing...they're more like middle managers

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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

It's quite a fun little museum that.....the smuggling one at Jamaica Inn is quite fun too

 

How do you feel about having some of the the highest ranking psychopaths on the planet coming to your neck of the woods? I guess politicians aren't the top of this thing...they're more like middle managers

I agree, both Boscastle and Jamaica Inn are actually entertaining places.

 

As for the psychopath jamboree, honestly, it makes me feel uneasy at best. It's a nasty thought knowing that they've earmarked Cornwall as their summertime testing ground. The new Bohemian Grove 😅

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4 minutes ago, Uncle Crisis said:

As for the psychopath jamboree, honestly, it makes me feel uneasy at best. It's a nasty thought knowing that they've earmarked Cornwall as their summertime testing ground. The new Bohemian Grove 😅

 

lot of leylines there

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23 minutes ago, Uncle Crisis said:

I agree, both Boscastle and Jamaica Inn are actually entertaining places.

 

As for the psychopath jamboree, honestly, it makes me feel uneasy at best. It's a nasty thought knowing that they've earmarked Cornwall as their summertime testing ground. The new Bohemian Grove 😅

I think it's easy to 'defend'.  They can land lock them quite easily.

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Live about 5 miles from Carbis Bay. Gonna keep a good tag on this stuff. Got friends who work at Tregena as well so hopefully some juicy info as well.

On another note I can imagine they might use helicopter for some. Plenty of space at the venue.

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From the perspective of anyone living in St Ives or Hayle, this is going to be a complete nightmare for travel. Only one extremely busy road unless you want to come from St Just. Completely crazy choice. Locals will see no benefit only stress.

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  • 4 months later...
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The UK has taken on
Presidency of the G7

The G7 Summit will be held in

Carbis Bay, Cornwall on 11-13 June 2021

 

Those magic words "build, back, better" and "green".   The climate change agenda is definitely working in tandem with the Covid scam.

 

"Prime Minister Boris Johnson will use the UK’s G7 Presidency to unite leading democracies to help the world fight, and then build back better from coronavirus and create a greener, more prosperous future"

 

https://www.g7uk.org/members-guests/

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

Flying into Cornwall on a private jet, instread of letting the train take the strain. Wants to talk about climate change.

You really couldn't make this up.

 

 

He arrived in an A321 thats alot bigger than a private jet. Its the type of plane you would go to Ibiza on 150 passengers. He was on there with a handful of people. So yes your right,climate change is a farce.

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

Flying into Cornwall on a private jet, instread of letting the train take the strain. Wants to talk about climate change.

You really couldn't make this up.

 

 

Unbelievable. The sheer ego of these cnuts.

 

He looks like Chamberlain coming back from his fateful "Peace In Our Time" meeting with Hitler.

 

Mind you, Doris would love that comparison.

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On 1/18/2021 at 1:06 AM, Bombadil said:

Live about 5 miles from Carbis Bay.

 

Roughly the same for me. I'm not sure if there'll be much to look at but i might see if i can get a parking spot across the bay at Godrevy at some point on the weekend. Probably really busy though with people having the same idea.

 

Do you think Cornwall is getting special treatment for a reason? I have thought about it the past year. Compared to the rest of the country our lockdowns were less harsh, and then this. Lots of new projects starting up as well, the Spaceport in Newquay the major one. Perhaps with the lenient lockdowns they - tptb- want to preserve as much as the 'old' Cornwall as possible? The elite playground of the future which the locals have been mostly priced out of.

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Well so much for climate change, This picture shows two typhoons and a tanker just circling off the north coast for more than 4 hours. The RAF says the typhoon costs about £3875 PH to run,has a 4000Kg tank,Jet A1 costs about 75p a Ltr. I think the eurofighter burn's 22gm's per second. My maths isnt the best.But it sounds dam expensive. Also all the nasty vapours out of those jets,what would greta say? Nothing i expect.

Climate change,its fine when the elite say so.

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