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Interesting use of NLP on the Nooz tonight....

 

"And YOU MUST REMEMBER, RUSSIA ARE TARGETING CIVILIANS"....

 

You must remember what we tell you...not what you see or what you look at online where it says the shopping centre was no longer active....you must remember what we tell you....

 

Hypnotism.

 

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5 hours ago, Captainlove said:

This is an ariel tanker not a P8 Poseidon sub hunter.

Holding pattern for mid air refuelling practice ?...Bit shallow for subs out there....I'v been 40 miles out in that area and at low tide you'd see sand banks emerge,so much so we carried a tracked vehicle (like an argocat but with tracks instead of wheels )on the ship i was on

 

and back on topic

 

Ukraine

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Germany Labels Journalist 'Criminal' And Seizes Her Bank Accounts For Reporting From Ukraine

They closed her YouTube channel, blocked her PayPal account, and sentenced her to three years in prison without trial for interviewing Ukrainian citizens in the Donbas.

https://kanekoa.substack.com/p/germany-labels-journalist-criminal

 

2min clip

https://gab.com/KanekoaTheGreat/posts/108574371464355539

 

She’s lucky she didn’t question the official version of the holocaust, she would have gotten thrice that.

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3 hours ago, skitzorat said:

Germany Labels Journalist 'Criminal' And Seizes Her Bank Accounts For Reporting From Ukraine

They closed her YouTube channel, blocked her PayPal account, and sentenced her to three years in prison without trial for interviewing Ukrainian citizens in the Donbas.

https://kanekoa.substack.com/p/germany-labels-journalist-criminal

 

2min clip

https://gab.com/KanekoaTheGreat/posts/108574371464355539

 

She’s lucky she didn’t question the official version of the holocaust, she would have gotten thrice that.

Take it she was reporting the truth then, they don't seem to like that in Germany for some reason!

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I doubt she'd be looking this good after a couple of days, her foot was supposedly hanging on by a thread.

 

Russian blast shattered my legs, but I'll do anything to get fit... and go back into battle: HARRIET LINE meets the brave mother-of-one, 33, who suffered horrifying injuries when an anti-tank mine blew up car bringing her back from Ukraine's

The mother-of-one's foot was hanging off and there was blood everywhere, but she remained calm: 'I was morally prepared for it - it is war and it can happen.' She is lucky to be alive - and even more so to still have her legs. The army signaller's steely determination is jarring: she was injured on June 2 and is already planning her return to combat. Ukraine will need her back: about 500 of its troops are being injured everyday, and up to 100 a day are dying. Yuliia, 33, admits it is tough on the frontline and wants the West to do more. Russia, she says, has more manpower and equipment. Over five years of service and four rotations in the Donbas, Yuliia has seen the horrors Russian troops inflict on civilians.

 

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The army signaller's steely determination is jarring: she was injured on June 2 and is already planning her return to combat.

DM

 

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Bloomberg wants you buy a new shiny smart fridge that monitors you 24/7 because... Putin.

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A cash-for-clunkers program for air conditioning and other household appliances will not only reduce energy demand, but also support the retail industry and some European manufacturers. It won’t be cheap. But neither are blackouts. And it achieves many policy objectives at a time many families are tightening their belts and the economy is slowing down.

 

Paying companies not to consume electricity is easier than doing so with families. First, industrial plants have sophisticated metering systems that allow time-based tariffs. Second, companies can more easily switch off consumption completely. Households can benefit from demand response policies via smart digital meters, which allow for the introduction of time-based tariffs. 

 

Indeed; no jab, no food: thanks Putin.

https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-07-04/negative-electricity-rates-subsidies-for-new-appliances-can-help-fight-putin#xj4y7vzkg

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18 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Bloomberg wants you buy a new shiny smart fridge that monitors you 24/7 because... Putin.

image.png.83dba4f2158b99d1ec02ca8bad4d577c.png

A cash-for-clunkers program for air conditioning and other household appliances will not only reduce energy demand, but also support the retail industry and some European manufacturers. It won’t be cheap. But neither are blackouts. And it achieves many policy objectives at a time many families are tightening their belts and the economy is slowing down.

 

Paying companies not to consume electricity is easier than doing so with families. First, industrial plants have sophisticated metering systems that allow time-based tariffs. Second, companies can more easily switch off consumption completely. Households can benefit from demand response policies via smart digital meters, which allow for the introduction of time-based tariffs. 

 

Indeed; no jab, no food: thanks Putin.

https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-07-04/negative-electricity-rates-subsidies-for-new-appliances-can-help-fight-putin#xj4y7vzkg

its just a way for them to phase out the old so people have to buy the new everything... imo 

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On 7/4/2022 at 8:02 AM, alexa said:

I doubt she'd be looking this good after a couple of days, her foot was supposedly hanging on by a thread.

 

Russian blast shattered my legs, but I'll do anything to get fit... and go back into battle: HARRIET LINE meets the brave mother-of-one, 33, who suffered horrifying injuries when an anti-tank mine blew up car bringing her back from Ukraine's

The mother-of-one's foot was hanging off and there was blood everywhere, but she remained calm: 'I was morally prepared for it - it is war and it can happen.' She is lucky to be alive - and even more so to still have her legs. The army signaller's steely determination is jarring: she was injured on June 2 and is already planning her return to combat. Ukraine will need her back: about 500 of its troops are being injured everyday, and up to 100 a day are dying. Yuliia, 33, admits it is tough on the frontline and wants the West to do more. Russia, she says, has more manpower and equipment. Over five years of service and four rotations in the Donbas, Yuliia has seen the horrors Russian troops inflict on civilians.

 

430403937_ablast.PNG.44be2ebfbc19f817116b78c18ba22044.PNG

 

The army signaller's steely determination is jarring: she was injured on June 2 and is already planning her return to combat.

DM

 

Aged 33.

 

Again. And again.

 

 

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Very good documentary which highlights why we are not seeing what is happening 'on the ground' and highlighting the cowardly msm attitude to the whole conflict,might appease those who believe its all cgi and think that because they haven't seen 'swathes of attacking infantry wiping each other out' its not happening (armchair generals and the normal batshit crazy halfwits spouting off from thousands of miles away safe in their comfortable existence)

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/t3RQh9xEO0vK/

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On 7/5/2022 at 8:35 PM, skitzorat said:

Bloomberg wants you buy a new shiny smart fridge that monitors you 24/7 because... Putin.

image.png.83dba4f2158b99d1ec02ca8bad4d577c.png

A cash-for-clunkers program for air conditioning and other household appliances will not only reduce energy demand, but also support the retail industry and some European manufacturers. It won’t be cheap. But neither are blackouts. And it achieves many policy objectives at a time many families are tightening their belts and the economy is slowing down.

 

Paying companies not to consume electricity is easier than doing so with families. First, industrial plants have sophisticated metering systems that allow time-based tariffs. Second, companies can more easily switch off consumption completely. Households can benefit from demand response policies via smart digital meters, which allow for the introduction of time-based tariffs. 

 

Indeed; no jab, no food: thanks Putin.

https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-07-04/negative-electricity-rates-subsidies-for-new-appliances-can-help-fight-putin#xj4y7vzkg

No thank you! I'm saving mine for a bomb shelter...

 

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