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23 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

Is Soros having medical problems, or did he just confuse what line he's reading?

 

 

I didn't know he was some fucking scientist. Yes Soros Ocean levels rises from people crying laughing from all these bullshits... 🤣

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Counter Terrorism Command Is investigating hand-delivered letters from an emboldened British nazi group today.

 

Political activist and commentator Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu shared an image of the letter, signed by a group calling itself the National Action London Cell, which contained racist abuse and threats to her life and the lives of her family.

 

She blamed systemic 'white supremacy' for the brutal murder of Tyre Nichols, by five black officers and wants "white supremacists wiped off the face of the earth." 

 

Since all white people are inherently racist according to Critical Race theory, she means genocide.

 

Presenter and transgender activist India Willoughby replied to Dr Mos-Shogbamimu's tweet to say she had also received a letter.

 

Ms Willoughby said, "This is what Brit Media, the GC [gender critical] movement and the Gov have done."

 

Responding to her post, Labour MP Jess Phillips said: "All my love Shola, please shout if I can help"

 

https://news.sky.com/story/counter-terror-police-investigating-after-broadcasters-receive-death-threat-letters-from-neo-nazi-group-12816479

 

'Hate crimes' and hurty words are now terrorism.

 

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On 2/17/2023 at 10:12 PM, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

The ubiquitous Katie Price has moved upmarket and is now featuring in the Guardian and not the Sun. Why? Allegedly, Harvey has been the butt of jokes shared by serving Met police officers on social media. I'm not defending the police because mocking the disabled is a wicked and boorish thing to do, but she does push the poor lad into the limelight doesn't she? It's a shame that poor Harvey can't live his life out of his mother's shadow.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2023/feb/17/discriminatory-messages-about-katie-prices-son-allegedly-shared-by-met-officers

I've always said she uses that poor lad like another prop to further her 'career'🤭 She now sells her 'used' underwear suitably framed for £350 a go! She should be arrested and charged under the 'Trades Description Act' for fraud, she claims they're used, but she never wears knickers long enough to be classed as 'used'🤭 I bet she used to get called 'Yo Yo Knickers' when she was behind the bike sheds at school! She's been 'ENGAGED' more times than a lavatory door lock in a public toilet!🤫🤭🥴

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19 hours ago, screamingeagle said:

there are moments when i think they are doing this on purpuse....

 

Thanks screamingeagle, I always think this when I see Biden. They use constantly the idea that he is old and doddery. I find this offensive to the experienced and sharp minded elderly who are supposed to be respected and our connection to the past. The words of wisdom. The guidance. Their elderly are leading powerful organisations, and ours are isolated and cold? They should be a massive part of the community. I detest the normalising of neulogical illness, when it is just another part of the sabotage. 

 

Me? I see Biden stumble, or struggle with his coat and I think to myself it's probably acting. 

 

George Soros is an interesting character for me, with the parts of the puzzle that he's been involved in over the years, but I don't know if his name is as commonly known as the names of Musk and Schwab that are pushed on to the masses. The allocated devil boogeyman etc. 

 

I've wanted to learn more about Soros since the days when he bet the £1 would devalue and made a fortune. I'll have to refresh my memory on that one. 

 

Interesting over time to see the money spinning, whether it's back then, or now with WHO, or Ukraine, and Turkiye / Syria, and every DEC fund raiser or appeal for Africa. 

 

One big siphon of cash, funneled off to finance social engineering / change, minority rights, vitamins in the food, ADHD leaflets ... i used to notice that sort of thing quickly spread in every country that joined the EU ... 

 

Poison. 

 

I'm not looking back to edit this ... send ... 😉 

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Death of shot Clinton aide with Epstein ties found tied to tree ruled suicide — despite no gun at scene

 

Almost one year after Middleton’s death, a police report obtained by the outlet this week revealed that the Little Rock businessman was discovered with a gunshot wound to the chest and an extension cord tying his neck to a tree.

 

www.Nypost.com/2023/02/22/death-of-clinton-aide-tied-to-jeffrey-epstein-ruled-suicide/

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

Violent protests by pupils in English schools over new "prison rules."

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11789183/Violent-protests-break-schools-Cornwall-Yorkshire-Lincolnshire.html

 

Hey, teacher.... leave them kids alone!

My daughters secondary school is quite Gestapo about a lot of things. In fairness though, from what I have been told, even in year 10 there are hordes of trouble makers still.

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On 2/19/2023 at 4:50 PM, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

I'm surprised she could find a boyfriend looking like that. What a freak.

 

As we all know,  it is the inside that really counts, but yes. If I had ever met her in real life and been invited back to her pad for some tea and biscuits, then I think that I would have declined. She seems to have been inspired by 'Ghosts Of Mars' (2001). 

 

 

 

On 2/22/2023 at 12:41 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

Oh, Jess fucking Phillips just HAD to get involved. Attention magnet.

 

Just like Konstipated Keir, she is as fake Labour as they come.

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24 Feb, 2023
China accused of stealing Western technology
US and EU officials claim Chinese courts are nullifying patents of foreign companies in critical sectors

Chinese courts are nullifying patents of Western firms in industries deemed important for the country, the WSJ reported this week. The outlet cited officials in the US and the EU, who have once again accused China of stealing Western technologies.

The officials claim Beijing is using its courts and patent panels to infringe on foreign intellectual-property rights and help Chinese businesses, adding that the efforts are focused on industries important for the nation, such as technology, pharmaceuticals and rare-earth minerals.

According to the media outlet, a US producer of X-ray equipment had a decade-old patent invalidated by a Chinese legal panel, while an unnamed Spanish mobile-antenna designer lost a similar fight in a Shanghai court.

Another Chinese court reportedly ruled that a Japanese conglomerate broke antitrust laws by refusing to license its technology to a Chinese rival.

https://www.rt.com/business/571822-china-us-eu-technology/

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Revealed:

One in 100 Police officers in England and Wales faced a criminal charge last year

Figure has surged over the past 10 years with pressure growing for officers to be sacked on the spot.

 
 
Sat 25 Feb 2023 18.50 GMT
 
Shocking figures obtained by the Observer show roughly one in 100 police officers in England and Wales faced criminal charges, including for sexual offences, last year alone.

 

An Observerinvestigation has found that the Police Federation, the staff association for police officers, received 1,387 claims for legal support from members facing criminal charges in 2022.

 

The data also suggested that the number of officers facing criminal charges has skyrocketed by 590% since 2012. That year, just 235 claims were made for Police Federation legal support by its members.

 

The Police Federation of England and Wales represents around 140,000 former and serving police officers and spends millions of pounds a year in legal fees, which help defend those accused of severe misconduct or even criminality. The organisation is a statutory staff association, meaning all police officers become members by default when they join any force in England and Wales.

 

One campaign group said the federation was always ready to “defend the indefensible” and was a “major obstacle” to dealing with racism and misogyny in the police.

 

Last week, it was revealed that a former federation chairman, John Apter, would not face prosecution over two sexual assault allegations made against him. Apter was suspended by the Police Federation and by Hampshire Constabulary in December 2021. The kind of criminal charges faced by police officers can range from misconduct in a public office and sending grossly offensive messages on a public network to more serious offences including assault, sexual offences and even murder.

 

The new data comes amid a growing number of cases of serious criminality by officers. Earlier this month, former Met officer David Carrick was jailed for life after he raped, assaulted and inflicted “irretrievable destruction” on at least 12 women.

 

In 2021, another serving police officer, Wayne Couzens, used his police ID and handcuffs to kidnap, rape and murder 33-year-old Sarah Everard. This month, it was revealed that the police missed clear chances to identify Couzens as a potential sex offender and a danger to women in the days, months and even years leading up to Everard’s murder. Last month, Metropolitan Police chief Sir Mark Rowley said it was “crazy” that he was unable as commissioner to sack “toxic” officers suspected of serious crimes after it was revealed 150 officers were under investigation for sexual misconduct or racism.

 

The London mayor, Sadiq Khan, has now written to the home secretary asking her to urgently push through new laws allowing police chiefs to sack rogue officers on the spot.

 

Although the Home Office is currently reviewing policing’s dismissal processes following the failure to remove Carrick as a serving officer, Khan is frustrated that existing laws mean that the Met is still being forced to employ officers who have committed serious offences. Last week, it was revealed that a Met officer caught publicly masturbating twice on a train was still serving after the force could only issue him another written warning.

 

The Met admitted last month it is investigating 1,000 sexual and domestic abuse claims involving about 800 of its officers. Khan wrote to Suella Braverman on Friday, stating “it is incomprehensible to the public that under current regulations the Met can be required to reinstate serving officers convicted of a criminal offence”. A Home Office source said Khan’s intervention was an attempt to “cover up for years of failure in which as commissioner responsible for the Met police he has done very little”.

 

A review of the police’s disciplinary system has months left to run, but Khan warns “profound changes to police vetting, conduct and misconduct processes are urgently needed”. Khan, responsible for setting the strategic direction and budget of the Met, writes: “This transformation must be supported by radical reform of the legislative framework to empower police chiefs and give them the tools they need to take fair and effective executive action to remove anyone falling short of the high standards expected by the police, community and the public.”

 

The Observer investigation also found a sharp rise in the number of misconduct and gross misconduct claims recorded by the Police Federation. The net total related to the two shot up from 418 in 2018 to 598 last year, a 43% rise.

 

Misconduct charges are less serious and relate to the breaking of workplace rules, while gross misconduct relates to more serious acts, including criminal actions, that could warrant immediate dismissal. The two officers who shared photos of murdered sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman and described the pair as “dead birds” both faced gross misconduct charges, before eventually being jailed for misconduct in a public office.

 

The data in question, disclosed in a Freedom of Information request, relates to claims made to the Police Federation for support by members.

 

The Observer understands one claim can relate to a person facing multiple criminal charges at once. While members could, in theory, make multiple requests for support in the same year, the Police Federation did not disclose if or how often this was the case.

 

The group refused to comment on any of the Observer’s other findings, or disclose what, if any, types of more serious criminal charges did not receive legal support from the organisation. The figures are likely to be an underestimate given the number of police officers who may never face official criminal charges or who face official charges but don’t seek help from the Police Federation.

 

A spokesperson for police reform campaigners Netpol said: “For as long as we can remember, the Police Federation has portrayed its members as victims, quickly dismissing most complaints as frivolous and condemning critics of police misconduct.

 

On the rare occasions when officers are sacked or, like Wayne Couzens and David Carrick, are convicted of the most abhorrent crimes, the Federation is quick to distance itself from these ‘bad apples’, despite the growing evidence of a flourishing and largely unchallenged police culture of racism and misogyny.

 

“Senior officers insist they intend to restore the damage to public confidence created by a wave of negative stories. On the face of it, the Federation’s willingness to continue to provide material support to an increasing number of officers facing criminal charges, many for sexual offences, makes it a major obstacle to ever achieving this.

 

Yet more than any other staff organisation, it is genuinely representative of the current state of policing in Britain: unable to comprehend why change is needed and, without enormous outside pressure, always ready to defend the indefensible.”

 

A spokesperson for fellow police reform campaign group StopWatch added: “We would not be surprised if the figures are an underestimate, the Federation rarely hold a mirror to themselves for accountability’s sake.

 

- The Observer

 

 

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The timing of the migrant boat disaster off the coast of Italy seems suspicious. From memory there's been nothing similar of note since the body of the dead child on the beach was beamed across the world several years ago - despite hundreds, probably thousands of journeys since. Could it be to do with the fact the new Italian PM Meloni (whose name is always prefixed with either right-wing or far-right on the MSM) came to power vowing to stop mass immigration? Expect a U-turn on that policy sometime soon

 

Interesting that there hasn't been a similar 'disaster' in the channel, despite years of crossings. Maybe our government's largesse has something to do with that.

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23 hours ago, Shy Talk said:

The timing of the migrant boat disaster off the coast of Italy seems suspicious. From memory there's been nothing similar of note since the body of the dead child on the beach was beamed across the world several years ago - despite hundreds, probably thousands of journeys since. Could it be to do with the fact the new Italian PM Meloni (whose name is always prefixed with either right-wing or far-right on the MSM) came to power vowing to stop mass immigration? Expect a U-turn on that policy sometime soon

 

Interesting that there hasn't been a similar 'disaster' in the channel, despite years of crossings. Maybe our government's largesse has something to do with that.

 

It'll end up becoming another way of 'softening up' public opinion, and it is surely no coincidence that this happened around the same time our Government announced it is basically planning a 'free for all' regarding asylum seekers.

 

After all, you can't be referring to these people as 'illegal immigrants' if they are being welcomed into the country 'legally'.

 

Expect to see more virtue-signallers waving their 'refugees welcome' banners again who have absolutely no idea how they are being scammed.

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3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

It'll end up becoming another way of 'softening up' public opinion, and it is surely no coincidence that this happened around the same time our Government announced it is basically planning a 'free for all' regarding asylum seekers.

 

After all, you can't be referring to these people as 'illegal immigrants' if they are being welcomed into the country 'legally'.

 

Expect to see more virtue-signallers waving their 'refugees welcome' banners again who have absolutely no idea how they are being scammed.

 

The 'logic' of it all is absolutely infuriating. 

 

The tax payer cannot afford to feed the whole world, and the bulk of the reason anyone would even choose to come to this country is because 'our lot' have destroyed their home land. It wouldn't surprise me at all if that was one of the reasons for going to war.

 

And one day if the same happens here we may be rocking up in a boat somewhere, if 'they' have their way. 

 

I think the migrants coming here is also part of the plan to destroy the idea of human rights. That old trick of getting you to give up your rights cause the new rules only apply to 'the dark people over there' 

 

I'm astonished that places like Syria, for example, were perfectly wonderful places, just like this country?! 😉 .... but these rich people do sick things for fun. All's fair perhaps?

 

It's all a good distraction too.

 

I didn't much like seeing the English 'ghettos' built on the beach front in Cyprus, especially after Cyprus joined the EU and it was a mass descent, British cafes British pubs, British property management ... prior to that every business had to be 50 % Cypriot owned. Once the dam broke it was all change, but people are still surviving. 

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20 minutes ago, Observations said:

Rishi Sunak is such a tiny weird little fella, and he crosses his legs like a girl 

His brother is at Bristol university, well, I say at Bristol university, I mean he works at Bristol university, well, I say he works at Bristol university, I mean he's in the labs at Bristol university, well, I say he's in the labs at Bristol university, well, O.K. then, the truth is he's in a glass jar in the Biology labs and the first year students study him!🤔😳 🥴🤫

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The government, if they'd listened quicky they would have put this through in the beginning and not had the nonsence of the secretary of state coming over and absolutely threatening people that there would be an election and going back on it as we know he would 

 

What other country in the world would actually now be in the middle of signing off a deal with a foreign body, the European union, to talk about getting some part of their control over a part of their own country, back from the EU?

 

portunitity now to change that and to make it last 

 

If the deal is not satisfactory, there will be no devolution. 

 

We will be back discussing this time and time again 

 

And any deal that the PM thinks he's sighed off today will not last 

 

Baroness Hoey

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