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18 hours ago, northern star said:

 

I'm predicting it will be dropped. If they try to hound someone genuine through court they run the risk of the lies actually being forever exposed and their narrative falling apart. It depends if there is such a thing as a reputable barrister to be hired.

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18 hours ago, northern star said:

 

looks like they are setting him up to be the alex jones type legal precedent on this side of the pond

 

just shows how coordinated it all is.

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17 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Whether or not the Manchester Arena thing was a hoax, false-flag or some other Gov't operation

 

whether its a hoax or not a hoax or an actual bombing carried out by the deep state or a bombing carried out by someone supported by the deep state an adult british person should be able to voice their opinion about it without being arrested

 

i'm getting pretty tired of these statist shits thinking they can dictate what the truth is to us

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6 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

looks like they are setting him up to be the alex jones type legal precedent on this side of the pond

 

just shows how coordinated it all is.

 

The difference is that up until this week, most people in the UK will have likely never heard of Richard Hall, because he has never enjoyed any 'high-profile' media attention up until now.

 

6 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

whether its a hoax or not a hoax or an actual bombing carried out by the deep state or a bombing carried out by someone supported by the deep state an adult british person should be able to voice their opinion about it without being arrested

 

i'm getting pretty tired of these statist shits thinking they can dictate what the truth is to us

 

Richard Hall did his own investigations, and came to his own conclusions, he presented them as his own opinions rather than as 'facts'. You can either agree with his findings and opinions, or you can disagree with them.

 

That's how journalism is supposed to work  But this is a quality now sadly lacking in mainstream media, which is nothing more than 'narrative enforcing'.

 

"This is what happened according to 'official sources' and anyone who says otherwise is lying"

 

 

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On 11/5/2022 at 6:54 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

 

The difference is that up until this week, most people in the UK will have likely never heard of Richard Hall, because he has never enjoyed any 'high-profile' media attention up until now.

 

 

Richard Hall did his own investigations, and came to his own conclusions, he presented them as his own opinions rather than as 'facts'. You can either agree with his findings and opinions, or you can disagree with them.

 

That's how journalism is supposed to work  But this is a quality now sadly lacking in mainstream media, which is nothing more than 'narrative enforcing'.

 

"This is what happened according to 'official sources' and anyone who says otherwise is lying"

 

 

I've always been a fan of Richard, and of Neil Sanders one of his regular guests, but there are a few of his guests who definitely are 'A sandwich short of a picnic'! 🥴 I particularly enjoyed the 'Jo Cox ' episode, which left a lot of questions unanswered as far as government and the police were concerned!

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Totally swapped covid for climate. I'm so glad that more people see through this, but I notice the same hustling bluffing spin and bullshit, where they sound like they are right, and they sound like there's nothing us plebs can do about it. I almost enjoy seeing how they lay the traps. 

 

As I write I hear part of this speech ....

 

Rishi Sunak 

 

" When threatened ... is always room for hope.

Can we summon the collective will to deliver 

I believe we can

90 % .. signed up for net zero 

Protecting and restoring nature 

I know that for many finances are tough right now 

The pandemic almost broke the ... economy 

 

Commitment of £11.6 billion ...

£1.5 billion by ... 

 

There really is room for hope ... together ... let's fulfill it. "

 

(Interesting numbers.)

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BBC snippets

 

" We will now triple our commitment to 1.5 billion "

 

Is that 3x6? 

 

" 1.5 degrees "

 

Coincidence?

 

" A catastrophe for humanity according to the UN "

 

" My home town flooded when I was ten years old " 

 

(Yes, that's weather modification?)

 

" Now with ... extreme weather events ... those countries are demanding financial help, that is loss and damage, they used to talk about that ... and now they have agreed to talk about finance "

 

P.s. A lot of women talking at Cop27 look like men? And Rishi is an awful speaker, and a weedy weak little fella ... maybe that's deliberate.

 

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27 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

I thought he'd planned not to go until for some unfathomable reason, Boris made it known that he intended going.

 

Yeah it was a great script 😆 so hard to guess ...

Oh, he was also extremely busy at work trying to save the economy from crashing, while quietly seething about the destruction caused by Truss and Putin and the global pandemic, but mostly Truss. 

 

I see the UN is calling climate crisis countries ... da da da ... vulnerable? ... bingo!! Ha ha ha.

 

I'm not laughing really. 

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I thought this demand for climate-change reparations was a joke when I first saw it but apparently not:

 

https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/cop-27-climate-reparations-uk/

 

Maybe the UK could ask for an amnesty on this (like the pro-vax lot have requested regarding the fake vaccines) seeing as its contribution to the highly debatable climate change helped to drag millions, maybe billions, of people out of the stone age.

 

 

 

 

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