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On 7/14/2021 at 4:08 PM, Itsjaybigjay said:

yea know what you mean, the little bastards wiped out a lot of my seedlings early on. least my potatoes and tomatoes are doing well and i have plenty of kale growing.

You lucky b***er. My kale looks like something from a concentration camp. Spuds....we'll see. May be lucky. Spinach all raggedy too.

Lockdown year 2020, and my kale was splendid, and kept going for months. This year it started to even go to seed in June! I had to order kale from Tesco's.....oops.....not avaliable! Pulled off the website. Various other things like lettuce shockingly not provided either. Refunded of course, but how do you tell your stomach "sorry no veggies, but we were refunded"?

I am now picking nettles.

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There is the common expression of  bullshit, which we all know spews from the mouth of the government all the time.

Then there's total bullshit, which is lying to the extreme in such a manner that only a sheep of the lowest order could possibly believe it.

Then there's offensive bullshit, something which is so obviously a lie that it is an insult to one's intellegence.

This is gone to offensive bullshit and totally beyond: apparently the pingdemic has spread from supermarkets, to bin collection, to all forms of travel, and is now threatning all sectors of the uk.

All part of the plan to move us out of isolation and into daily testing with poisoined swabs shoved up our noses everyday. The government is offering key workers the chance to daily tests rather than isolate for 10-days, because large parts of the economy could halt.

Ministers said that there would only be a few workers allowed out from quarantine, with about 10,000 workers at 500 food distribution and some NHS and social care workers permitted to take daily tests instead of isolation.

Labour wants to see a return of mask wearing in shops and more daily  workplace testing.

So to sum it all up, the virus is so intellegent it will leave you alone if you are more than two meters away, or if you wear a mask which cannot block viruses, the virus also double checks before attacking you to see if you are working in a job that has some significant benefit to the uk (aka bill gates, royals, government types, ceo of large companies ) and now the virus investigates if you are on the list of key workers before deciding to infect you or not. If the google search comes back negative and you are on the list, the virus smiles, bids you a good morning and politlely walks away.

This is one hell of a virus. How much bullshit and beyond are we supposed to believe?

To further put the boot in, now the government has said all the forcing millions of schoolchildren to isolate and destroy their studies because a classmate had Covid was unnecessary as daily testing would have been as effective that the virus could be controlled in a less destructive way. Although how snorting all that nano graphene could possibly be considered less destructive is beyond me.

The latest figures show that over a  million people a week are being asked to isolate in England and Wales by the nhs app, please delete this app asap.

Superbitch Nadheem Zahawi vaccines minister said bringing in changes too early risked causing a new spike in infection rates. "Public compliance is incredibly important," he said. "The public must be compliant."

With the massive terror campaign all over the media 24 hours a day, this should not be too difficult.

 

 

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Sainburys runs out of water. Whsmiths raises it's bottle from 80p to 2.79in24hrs it's all onemassive con. And the ping demic is designed 

If you have a home kit it's so easy to get a negative result. Just send the swab back without swabbing. That's why they are now banning self testing.

if you need to earn money of course you are going to lie and it's a faulse result. The hgv driver shortage is just the big boys cashing in as they planned.

And now if you have a sniffle they won't pay your sick pay unless you have a double dose of a vaccine which is really the virus in low amounts. So we give you the virus to spread the virus and you becomeune but infect others .

That's the kids the vulnerable and the refusers these people are so fixed on getting their first egregore  trillionarire manifestation as quick as possible Jeff bezos Warren Buffett Elon musk mark Zuckerberg JEWZ

 

 

 

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On 7/25/2021 at 2:20 AM, CrowintheSnow said:

You lucky b***er. My kale looks like something from a concentration camp. Spuds....we'll see. May be lucky. Spinach all raggedy too.

Lockdown year 2020, and my kale was splendid, and kept going for months. This year it started to even go to seed in June! I had to order kale from Tesco's.....oops.....not avaliable! Pulled off the website. Various other things like lettuce shockingly not provided either. Refunded of course, but how do you tell your stomach "sorry no veggies, but we were refunded"?

I am now picking nettles.

 

Strange i've never had kale go to seed in the first year before as it's a biennial, carrots, onions, garlic, beetroot, leeks are easy to grow in plant pots or grow bags.

However this year about half of my boltardy beetroot went to seed which was a shame, can't even keep the seed as I would be promoting that bolting behaviour.  

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The food shortages are being engineered not to kill or starve people but to give the pretext for introducing their chemically constructed food that will help to keep you in control in the right frequency. Since most of the earth and water has already lost its nutritive capacity, much of what we grow actually has very little nutritional value. Although we might think it is organic etc. It may not look like that..

 

As the shortages are engineered, they will connect vaccination status to food and water provisions. Thus taking over control of what we eat rather than what we want to eat. No choice. 

 

There will be no starvation. Our bodies are already re=programmed to eat fuel in any form--extracted vitamins, pills, concentrates etc--the body has no capacity to extract whatever little nutrients are left in our so called natural food.

 

They are substituting a chemically and artificially controlled diet that will be assimilated better with trans human bodies.

 

Most people have been eating quite well actually in the past year and a half of sitting at home with free paychecks being deposited in their accounts and many have used that time and money to invest in healthy eating. If the purpose was to starve the slaves, the money supply and paychecks would have been stopped first.

 

 

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What's going on with the empty shelves of bottled water?

Notice says that 'country-wise supply issue'. So this surpass the brand/factory problem.

Is it the HGV drivers? It smells fishy and no doubt that it is created but where are we heading to?

 

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11 hours ago, DaleP said:

What's going on with the empty shelves of bottled water?

Notice says that 'country-wise supply issue'. So this surpass the brand/factory problem.

Is it the HGV drivers? It smells fishy and no doubt that it is created but where are we heading to?

 

 

Noticed that also. My take was it was a logistical decision to not transport it but other items instead seeing how technically everyone has access to supposed drinking water from the tap at home? Prioritising space on the lorries for other more "essential" items?

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5 hours ago, Covidiot said:

 

Noticed that also. My take was it was a logistical decision to not transport it but other items instead seeing how technically everyone has access to supposed drinking water from the tap at home? Prioritising space on the lorries for other more "essential" items?

 

My conspiracy mind tells me that they are doing something to the water supply or planning to because if people didn't have access to bottled water, they will have to drink from the tap.

I don't think there is a logistic issue, they haven't had problems during the lockdown so why now?

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So you don't fancy going to work tomorrow? Phone into the boss and tell them you've been pinged - simples! I notice that train schedules are up the chute in some regions at the moment. Now train drivers, by their nature, don't come into contact with general public as a rule, so their chances of being pinged are surely much lower than other professions? It is no coincidence that they have one of the strongest unions still around. 

With regard to the lorry drivers, the ones I know are at the end of their tether. In most cases, drivers have to be booked in for a pick-up/delivery and some distribution warehouses are better at this than others. The whole system, rather like the government, is run by people who don't know what they're doing, so where a driver might have completed two runs in a day, hours are now being wasted at warehouses.  

 

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HoHoHo, more bad news.... We are already talking about Christmas....merry go round....as they say. 🤶🌲

 

Lorry driver shortage poised to hit Christmas season: Shoppers face low stock and price rises

 

"Online shoppers could face “weeks of delays” when ordering goods, Mr Hersham said."

 

https://inews.co.uk/news/consumer/lorry-driver-shortage-christmas-shopping-low-stock-price-rises-1145136

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China’s Covid-Zero Strategy Risks Leaving It Isolated for Years

The latest port disruption followed the closure for about a month of Shenzhen’s Yantian port in late May after an outbreak among port staff. It’s also stoking fears that ports around the world could face similar outbreaks soon given the spread of the highly-infectious delta variant, potentially triggering the sorts of curbs and disruptions that impacted global shipping last year.

Ports Currently Closed.

Albania: Albania closed all sea borders on March 22.

Amsterdam, along with many other ports in The Netherlands, are barring or restricting passengers by river and by ocean. Restrictions were placed on ocean and river vessels in the Amsterdam region, in effect from the week of March 20, 2020.

Angola has suspended all flights in and out, closed land border crossings and banned the arrival of ships

Anguilla: Marigot Port suspended all passenger movements to and from the Blowing Point Ferry Port (Anguilla) on March 17 and until further notice.

Argentina: Argentina has closed its borders to foreign nationals.

Aruba: Passengers currently are not allowed to enter Aruba, residents included.

Australia: All ships which can carry more than 100 passengers are banned until mid-September.

Barbados: All ports are currently closed.

Belize: Seaports in Belize are closed to non-essential traffic.

Bermuda's borders will be closed to non-residents. The airport will also close to all commercial air service effective 11:59 pm Friday, March 20. Visiting vessels will not be allowed to enter the seaport. The port is still closed.

British Virgin Islands:  closure of the Tortola port, allowing cruise ships to call on the territory for a 30 day period in an effort to protect the Territory from potential contamination.

Cambodia: All vessels and Mekong riverboats from Vietnam will be denied entry.

Canada: All Canadian ports are closed to ships. Arctic ports are closed for the entire season. Foreign nationals from all countries are barred from entering Canada. In addition, Canada has extended restrictions on any Canadian cruise ship from mooring, navigating, or transiting in Canadian Arctic waters

Cayman Islands: The Cayman Islands is closed to tourists until at least September 1, 2020.

Chile: Chile cruise ports have blocked ships from calling. Non-resident foreigners are now banned from entering the country.

Cook Islands: All ships and yachts are banned from entering Cook Islands

Colombia: All sea and river borders are closed.

Costa Rica: Only Costa Rican citizens and legal residents are permitted to enter the country

Cork, Ireland: The Port of Cork is closed to ships. The port has lost five calls as a result of the cancellation. Operations in the following months are now in question.

Cuba: Cuba’s borders are closed.

Cyprus: Unless you are a Cyprus citizen or a legal resident, you won't be permitted to enter or cross into Cyprus.

Czech Republic: A ban to entry is extended to all foreigners.

Denmark: All of Denmark's cruise ports are closed to ship traffic

Doha: Qatar's capital, Doha, has closed its port to ships until further notice.

Dominica: Dominica is currently closed to all non-essential air travel and gatherings are limited to no more than 10 people.

Dominican Republic: The Government of the Dominican Republic has closed all air, land and sea borders.

Ecuador: Foreigners are not be allowed to enter Ecuador

El Salvador: The Government of El Salvador has declared a state of emergency for COVID-19. The entry of all foreigners is prohibited.

Estonia: ships will not be permitted to dock in Estonia.

Fiji: All ships are banned from entering Fiji.

Finland: Helsinki is expected to re-open.

Germany: Germany has restricted all travel.

Greece: Bans are in place for all cruise ships and sailboats arriving into Greek ports. The port of Piraeus (Athens) is closed.

Grenada: Grenada closed its airports and seaports to all non-essential travel on March 22, and instituted a state of emergency on March 25. Crew on essential vessels (cargo) are no longer allowed shore leave. Ships carrying passengers are no longer allowed to dock in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

Guadeloupe: Following France's guidelines, the island of Guadeloupe is temporarily closed to outside visitors.

Guatemala: Guatemala has temporarily closed its air and sea borders.

Haiti: The Government of Haiti has declared a state of national emergency, and closed all sea, air, and land borders.

Honduras: Honduras has closed air, land and sea borders

Hong Kong: Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong has shut both its terminals.

India: The Government of India will no longer allow entry to ships to its ports and has banned all international travelers from entering the country.

Israel: Israel is denying entry to people who are not Israeli citizens or residents..

Italy: The entire country of Italy is in a government mandated lockdown that has been extended indefinitely.

Jamaica: All Jamaican airports and seaports are closed to incoming passengers.

Jordan: Jordan has closed all land, sea and air border crossings.

Latvia: The Latvian Government has suspended all international passenger transportation.

Lithuania: ships are not allowed to enter the port of Klaipeda.

Madagascar: Madagascar has suspended all ships from entering any port in Madagascar for a period of 30 days from 15 March.

Malaysia: The country has closed its ports to ships following a decision taken by the Health Ministry and Transport Ministry.

Maldives: ships have been suspended from docking.

Marshall Islands: Marshall Islands has closed its border to all international travellers. This covers all arrivals by air and cruise ship.

Martinique: The Martinique Port Authority has stopped all cruise calls scheduled for the season.  the island of Martinique is closed to outside visitors.

Mauritius: All ships will also be denied access to the port.

Mexico: Borders currently closed to all international travelers arriving by ship

Monaco: ships are prohibited from calling on Monte Carlo until further notice.

Montenegro: ships are barred from entry.

Myanmar: Myanmar will only allow visitors through Yangon, Mandalay or Naypyitaw international airport.

New Caledonia: All ships are banned from entering New Caledonia until further notice.

New Zealand: Most New Zealand ports are closed to ships  and entry now prohibited for all foreign travelers.

Norway: Norway has extended its border closure restricting the entry of foreign citizens.

Oman: Oman has banned the entry of non-GCC citizens through all land, sea and air ports. ships are banned from docking.

Panama: Foreigners are restricted from entering Panama due to COVID-19. A nationwide quarantine was enacted. All international and domestic flights are suspended, along with non-essential ocean travel.

Poland: Non-Polish citizens are banned from entering the country.

Portugal (including Azores and Madeira): Portugal is no longer allowing ships to disembark, with the exception of residents of Portugal returning home. Madeira is not allowing ships to dock at all. The Azores has mandated that  ships receive approval from health authorities in order to dock. (An end date to the ban was not announced.) Flights to the US and Canada are now cancelled.

Peru: Peru is prohibiting ships from docking at its ports for at least 30 days, with extensions possible.

Phuket: The Thai island has closed all land and sea entry and exit points.

Romania: Non-citizens are now temporarily banned from entering the country as of March 21.

Russia: Russia has temporarily banned all foreigners from entering the country. The measures take effect on March 18 and run through May 1.

St. Barts: Following France's guidelines, the island of St. Barts is closed to outside visitors.

St. Kitts & Nevis: St. Kitts and Nevis has closed its borders.

St. Maarten: The island shut down to all marine traffic on March 24 until further notice.

St. Martin: Following France's guidelines, the French side of the island of St. Martin is closed to outside visitors.

Samoa: All ships will not be granted entry into Samoa until further notice. The country is refusing entry to all non-citizens.

Seychelles: No cruise ships are allowed entry into Seychelles’ waters for two years.

Singapore: Singapore is closed to all non essential ship visits until further notice.

Slovakia: Passenger vessels are not allowed to enter harbors in Slovakia as of March 13. They can, however, sail through without stopping.

Solomon Islands: The Solomon Islands is refusing entry to all non-citizens.

South Africa: South Africa has closed all ports to ships.

South Korea: South Korea has implemented a ban on all ships docking at its ports.

Spain: Spain has closed its land, sea and air borders to non-residents -- originally for 30 days from March23; now indefinitely.

Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka has closed to all passengers. On March 22, the government said all passenger ships and flights are now prohibited for an undetermined period of time.

Tahiti: French Polynesia has closed its cruise ports to ships as of March 12. Tahiti remains closed (originally April 11, extensions possible).

Taiwan: Taiwan has closed its ports. All non-Taiwanese travellers are barred from entering Taiwan.

Tonga: Commercial flights, cruise ships and yachts are banned from entering Tonga.

Trinidad and Tobago: The government has suspended all ship visits to Trinidad and Tobago .

Tunisia: Tunisia has closed its borders.

Turks and Caicos: All sea ports are now closed to regional and international seafaring; no visitor shall be permitted to enter or transit through the Turks and Caicos Islands, for a period of 21 days, commencing on March 24, 2020 or until such date as the Governor specifies. The restriction does not apply to outgoing ships (or flights).

United Arab Emirates: All UAE ports, which include Abu Dhabi and Dubai, are now closed.

USA: In California, Monterey has closed itself to ships, forcing the cancelation of visits

Baltimore is closed, only allowing returning vessels to disembark; all disembarking passengers will be screened. Astoria, Oregon is closed to ships until further notice. Bar Harbor, Maine has closed to all ships. Portland, Maine, is closed to  ships until further notice. Seattle announced it will not accept cruise ships until the coronavirus pandemic has passed in the region. Newport, Rhode Island has canceled two ship calls that were due to arrive on April 7th and April 24th.

Puerto Rico: The government of Puerto Rico has ordered that any ship entering Puerto Rico must certify that no person onboard meets the criteria for the coronavirus. Ships that do not or cannot do so will be turned away.

US Virgin Islands: The US Virgin Islands enacted new tourism restrictions and closed their doors to all visitors.

Vanuatu: All cruise liners, sailing boats and other international vessels are now suspended from entering any ports.

Vietnam: Two ports common on Mekong River cruises are closed. Halong Bay closed. Lan Ha Bay is closed until further notice. The Vietnamese government has suspended entry to all foreigners.

 

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A wake up call in case we even begin to forget the evil actions taken against us. Believe, i will never let the people forget what the leaders they trusted did to them. And over the years when it starts to die down and fade from people's memories, i will rise up and prod your conscience all over again.  A lot of what i stated above is still with us to this day, and will be for a very long time.

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On 6/28/2021 at 4:18 PM, Daithi said:

I worked in tech for too many years across many different industries. Didn't do too much in supply chain systems but one contract within the last 10 years for one of the well known logistics companies told me that while they could buzz word bingo their way through endless pointless meetings they couldn't actually organise the proverbial piss up in a brewery.

 

britain used to be a country of do-ers and was the envy of the world

 

now it is a nation of talkers who sit around coming up with 'initiatives' to justify their own non-jobs

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On 8/25/2021 at 8:25 AM, Macnamara said:

 

britain used to be a country of do-ers and was the envy of the world

 

now it is a nation of talkers who sit around coming up with 'initiatives' to justify their own non-jobs

 Fully agree, look at the royals who charge billions, and in return they just turn up somewhere and wave. Then go back to their million dollar mansion with a dozen cars in the garage and disappear off on another luxurious expensive holiday.

Look at the government buildings full of empty offices, all the real decisions on how the country is run are taken by the banks ( Israel ) The politicians pay themselves billions, in return they read out from bits of paper written by their masters.

B.J. announcing he is taking 10 billion pounds of the british people's money so he can look at the non-existent problem of climate change.

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