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On 9/24/2021 at 10:27 AM, Captainlove said:

Its gone mad where i live alot of petrol stations have sold out of fuel already,lines of traffic causing problems today. People have gone into panic mode again. This is caused by the MSM wankers.

The next thing to happen is public transportation along with electricity will go. There is already a food shortage at food distribution centers. Biden said that he intends to find all underground bunkers and dismantle them. They don't want anyone hiding and plan to kill out over 70% of the human population. Those who are to survive will have a different genome. These are the very words out of one of Biden clones mouths. So prepare. 

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8 hours ago, Fluke said:

Anyone remember the last time this happened? I was a young kid and i clearly remember a shortage of petrol and generap carmage think blair was in. Must have been 20 odd years ago. 

just talked to my parents it was in 1980ish,petrol and coffee(here then called Jugoslavia)

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The fucking MSM is totally to blame for this. It's a total non-story. Hoyer Transportation had some staffing issues (maybe it was the Cold From Hell 😉) and BP who is a client had to close a handful of garages with the old "Waiting for Delivery" signs up.  I don't believe the fuel transportation industry has a problem as is in the HGV sector. The drivers are the cream of the crop, they go home every night as flammable goods trucks are legally not allowed to park-up overnight. 

Wankers in the MSM think "Ho! This will get the sheepies going" and run a story insinuating shortages. 

Maybe it would be a good idea for newly appointed Nadine Dorries MP of the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to get her finger out and tell the media editors to instruct its reporters to report facts not "coulds" "maybes" and other made up bollocks.

I won't hold my breath.

 

All reminds me of :

 

For want of a nail the shoe was lost.
For want of a shoe the horse was lost.
For want of a horse the rider was lost.
For want of a rider the battle was lost.
For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.
And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

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16 hours ago, Fluke said:

Anyone remember the last time this happened? I was a young kid and i clearly remember a shortage of petrol and generap carmage think blair was in. Must have been 20 odd years ago. 

 

I do have a vague recollection, probably in the late 90s. I can't remember the cause of it but there was some similar scenes with people desperately trying to find an open filling station so they could fill up their vehicles. I was working in a car parts shop at the time, and genuinely we had people coming in asking if we had any petrol for sale.

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16 hours ago, Fluke said:

Anyone remember the last time this happened? I was a young kid and i clearly remember a shortage of petrol and generap carmage think blair was in. Must have been 20 odd years ago. 

I think it was in the 90s or early 2000's farmers blockaded the oil refinery due to the price of petrol which was close to £1 a litre.

I remember this because my father at the time had a 200 mile daily commute, he used the motorway services for fuel which according to him were not affected at all.  at first it was fully supported by the public,. Then the media started printing stories about ambulances running out of fuel and it fizzled out think it lasted about 2 weeks.

(They love playing the nhs guilt trip card)

 

Also I remember hearing something about shell lorry drivers being on strike aswell can't remember when this was. Shell drivers were on a more lucrative contract then most of the other tanker drivers. I dont think this one was as big though.

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53 minutes ago, Bast said:

The fucking MSM is totally to blame for this. It's a total non-story. Hoyer Transportation had some staffing issues (maybe it was the Cold From Hell 😉) and BP who is a client had to close a handful of garages with the old "Waiting for Delivery" signs up.  I don't believe the fuel transportation industry has a problem as is in the HGV sector. The drivers are the cream of the crop, they go home every night as flammable goods trucks are legally not allowed to park-up overnight. 

Wankers in the MSM think "Ho! This will get the sheepies going" and run a story insinuating shortages. 

Maybe it would be a good idea for newly appointed Nadine Dorries MP of the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to get her finger out and tell the media editors to instruct its reporters to report facts not "coulds" "maybes" and other made up bollocks.

I won't hold my breath.

 

All reminds me of :

 

For want of a nail the shoe was lost.
For want of a shoe the horse was lost.
For want of a horse the rider was lost.
For want of a rider the battle was lost.
For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.
And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

 

Yes, they slap D notice on anything to protect government or royalty, but not the public's interests & national security really destabilizing the country letting a barrage of illegals stream in without question. Anyone might believe the media are just following orders &

Of course is blamed on Brexit & their leftard twatted army will milk that, Brexit which they stalled for years & done everything they could to sabotage.

Is the morons who keep watching the crap to blame, never get tired of the fat lady pony show..public being the mule.😅

How many of these instigators are also insider trading, knowing how this will effect the markets & share prices too?

 

This is conditioning for the future & to keep the sheep looking for the state to save them & bend over for more total control.

 

The faceless NPC's down Tesco are looking even more proud of their fakeness, with their designer muzzles on, as a obedient slave fashion statement.

They deserve everything thats coming imo.

Pull up a seat & watch the show unfold.🍹

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That gasoline would have melted that bag by the time she got home and she'd just have a car that stunk of spilt gasoline forever.

 

I wouldn't mind it. I love the smell of gasoline. 

 

But I do not think this was her intended result.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

That gasoline would have melted that bag by the time she got home and she'd just have a car that stunk of spilt gasoline forever.

 

I wouldn't mind it. I love the smell of gasoline. 

 

But I do not think this was her intended result.

 

 

 

 

If the bag hadn't have melted, it would have leaked everywhere anyway, as most plastic carrier bags are porous.

 

As I said earlier, there's no shortage of fuel, just a shortage of brain cells.

 

For starters, how would she have got that fuel out of the bag and into her petrol tank? 🤔

 

Makes me wonder how many of these videos being shared are in fact staged...

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22 hours ago, Fluke said:

Anyone remember the last time this happened? I was a young kid and i clearly remember a shortage of petrol and generap carmage think blair was in. Must have been 20 odd years ago. 

 i remember that,i was a courier and my vans ran on lpg and i was basically  the only one driving on the M1 at the time...happy days 

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