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Kelvin Mackenzie - Former Editor of the Sun

says "when people die the staff will say "it was the government that done it"

.... " a strike that kills people" .... (suffering)

"So my Mum's stroke will get them a pay rise" 

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How many years have we heard about the waits for ambulances?  Now Kelvin is telling us about someone waiting, umbrella held over them, lying on the floor ...

 

These people! I didn't hear them complaining while people were locked away from each other, when the 'elderly and vulnerable' couldn't see a physio, or a chiropodist, or a publican!

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1 hour ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Well we all know this here on the forum, but it's still interesting to see these compilations of scripted lies the tv stations in usa all have to repeat:

 

 

One of the upsides of EURONEWS getting rid of (nearly) all their presenters/anchors is we don't have to suffer that tall skinny prat with the huge hands that did "The Cube#" every evening... basically a non-stop disinformation slot ("conspiracies are bad, mmkay?"). That was tedious beyond words.

 

The lovely Sasha's about the only one left to do any presenting...but how she keeps a straight face with dishing out the same old Ukraine bullshit every day, I don't know. She must be getting paid well.

 

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GB Headlines - Presenter and guest quotes below ...

 

"Did lockdown lower our immunity?

I would think there was some truth to that.

I feel sorry for the people who died, but the net damage, we spoke about it in the beginning ...and they knew this."

 

"I think that we've thrown healthy people under the bus" 

 

"I'm more worried about everyone bleaching everything."

 

"When I was a kid we had nut cake and now kids get anaphylactic shock."

 

Also daily telegraph says no ambulance if you fall, elderly told.

 

( Me: I think this is part of behavioural science, as they don't want us to have any faith in doctors, nurses, paramedics, and the health service. )

 

 

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7 hours ago, Observations said:

GB Headlines - Presenter and guest quotes below ...

 

"Did lockdown lower our immunity?

I would think there was some truth to that.

I feel sorry for the people who died, but the net damage, we spoke about it in the beginning ...and they knew this."

 

"I think that we've thrown healthy people under the bus" 

 

"I'm more worried about everyone bleaching everything."

 

"When I was a kid we had nut cake and now kids get anaphylactic shock."

 

Also daily telegraph says no ambulance if you fall, elderly told.

 

( Me: I think this is part of behavioural science, as they don't want us to have any faith in doctors, nurses, paramedics, and the health service. )

 

 

the zombies are talking about this

 

the double edged sword being discussed in the media

 

"lockdowns prevented illness"

" lockdowns ruined immune systems"

 

blah blah blah....

 

the common theme is lack of self responsibility for health. you get ill... you say its someone elses fault, its the governments fault, its bobs fault, its the nhss fault

 

promotion of victimisation is the order of the century

 

 

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A few words from a political show 

 

"Reform the House of Lords for our democracy"

 

"Will you condemn the strikes?"

"The government could take action on the strikes"

 

"Labour are 20 points ahead in the polls" 

(a poll is 1000 people?)

 

"Financial crisis" 

"Brexit enduced crisis" 

"Aftermath of covid crisis"

"Global crisis"

"It's inflation"

"Misery" / "Industrial action" 

 

Sunak; My right honorable friend is right to highlight the hurt that financial scammers can cause .... 😉 

 

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Peedo clothes retailer employee speaks up.  They're all at it, all these 'big names' Gucci, louis vetton, versache or whatever shit names it is, all of them - well satanic.
Why people buy any shit like this annoys me.  Grow the fuck up - much better to say you bought a cool clothes item for a quid for something second hand and in good nik - than say you paid 500 quid for a fucking belt.  Embarrasment to themselves twats.
This shitty ghostly music behind clips annoys me too -  immature and cheapens the message, it's pathetic:

 

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"Inflation comes from our addiction to oil." "Will pay rises will add to inflation?" 

"The bank of England is adding to the problem by increasing interest rates."

 

Banners;

Border force to strike at Christmas and New Year 

DWP to strike for two weeks over Christmas 

Rail Strikes 13-14, 16-17, 23-27 December

Worst disruption since July 1989 

 

 

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Strep ( blah de blah - sorry)

 

Banner today

 

Governmemt says there is no shortage of penicillin  

 

News now 

 

Governmemt says there is no shortage of penicillin, pharmacists disagree.

 

"All that really matters is if they can lay their hands on the drugs" ... No supply issues ... "Pharmacists beg to differ"

 

Also says it is not a new strain. 

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On 12/6/2022 at 11:01 PM, Observations said:

Kelvin Mackenzie - Former Editor of the Sun

says "when people die the staff will say "it was the government that done it"

.... " a strike that kills people" .... (suffering)

"So my Mum's stroke will get them a pay rise" 

..,,,,

How many years have we heard about the waits for ambulances?  Now Kelvin is telling us about someone waiting, umbrella held over them, lying on the floor ...

 

These people! I didn't hear them complaining while people were locked away from each other, when the 'elderly and vulnerable' couldn't see a physio, or a chiropodist, or a publican!

 

A state which cannot provide basic necessities and services to its citizens such as, adequate food supplies, heating, accommodation and transport at affordable prices, hospital treatment or even a GP, is a failed state.

 

The government has actually caused this abject failure through its domestic and economic policies and can offer no solutions.

 

The “cost of living” is forcing people into unsurmountable debts, since their paltry wages and pensions are insufficient to make ends meet.

 

Along comes the WEF offering to cancel all debts, if you sign-up for the CBDC and install the app…. into the ’Internet of Bodies.’

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'It'll wipe out every dollar in the world' - new crash fears as $80 trillion 'goes missing' 

 

The world faces a staggering financial meltdown with potential losses exceeding the total number of US dollars in circulation.
By HARVEY JONES  08:39, Wed, Dec 7, 2022 

 

This warning does not come from some headline-grabbing doomsayer but arguably the most respectable financial body of all, the Bank of International Settlements (BIS). This is a body of central bankers based in Basle, Switzerland. 

 

BIS is know as “the central banker’s banker”, an umbrella body for august institutions such as the Bank of England, US Federal Reserve and European Central Bank.

 

Its researchers can predict financial crises three years in advance using machine learning to aggregate predictions from different models.

Now they are warning of a crash the scale of which we have never seen before, with a staggering $80 trillion (£65 trillion) at stake. 

 

https://www.express.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/1706328/Financial-crisis-FX-swap-market-central-bankers-80-trillion-crash-meltdown-BIS  

 

 

I really can't decide what to do with my savings these days.  Put it into building society, shares, gold, land or what? Maybe that's the point, Swiss bankers stirring up this sort of panic so they can fleece us ordinary folks. 

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7 hours ago, Campion said:

'It'll wipe out every dollar in the world' - new crash fears as $80 trillion 'goes missing' 

 

I really can't decide what to do with my savings these days. 

 

they have to get people to embrace a new centrally controlled digital currency. they can either do that by selling the idea to the public as a good thing or by coercing people into adopting it to escape from a manufactured crisis

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No shit Sherlock!

 

Wolverhampton factory fire believed to be arson

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Investigators believe a large fire that engulfed industrial units near Wolverhampton on Monday night was started deliberately.

More than 100 firefighters tackled the blaze that broke out in a number of factories in Lower Horseley Fields.

The incident caused major disruption to roads and rail routes, with some people stuck on trains for up to two hours.

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-63909300

 

More so in freezing cold temperatures, buildings don't just 'mysteriously' catch fire by themselves.

 

Curiously, the initial news reports that came out on Tuesday morning in local media claimed the buildings on fire were "derelict warehouses", but West Mids Fire Service have since added that some were 'active businesses'.

 

All very suspicious if you ask me...

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1 hour ago, Morpheus said:

Are you sure? Large swaths of the population believed they do this summer. I mean it was hot, damned hot. 😁

BBC/Sky (forget which) are STILL using footage of that street on fire from the summer in their climate change propaganda bollocks.

 

It was ruled to be caused by something exploding/catching fire in a shed.

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On 12/7/2022 at 8:40 AM, sickofallthebollocks said:

That 5g hub needs 'turning off'  very possibly in a determined and permanent fashion.

Yeah 5g thing worries me more than the jab, jab you can say no, nothing you can do about 5 g. And it's been off the conspiracy community radar since covid.

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On 12/7/2022 at 11:36 AM, Observations said:

"Inflation comes from our addiction to oil." "Will pay rises will add to inflation?" 

"The bank of England is adding to the problem by increasing interest rates."

 

Banners;

Border force to strike at Christmas and New Year 

DWP to strike for two weeks over Christmas 

Rail Strikes 13-14, 16-17, 23-27 December

Worst disruption since July 1989 

 

 

Looks to me oil prices coming down significantly. My price target is 55 USD and possibly lower. Interest rate increases take money out of the system so helps with inflation.

 

Personally I am more concerned with future deflation ATM. In deflation everyone loses.

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