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53 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Deffo. A casualty of the plot to get Blair in.

It's been a while but from memory he always seemed like one of the good guys, there was something about him that immediately came across in that way. Tony Blair, God he is disgusting. It's written all over his face, hardness, evil. 

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Anti Facts Sir, this is quote on the SNP website 

 

" I am not just humbled, of that I most certainly am, I also feel like the luckiest man in the world to be standing here as Leader of the SNP, a party I joined almost 20 years ago and that I love so dearly.

 

Friends, the late John Smith got it absolutely right when he said, “The opportunity to serve our country, is all we ask”.

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7 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

And poor John Smith certainly served his country, standing aside so helpfully by dropping dead and allowing for the creation of New Labour and the coronation of the Blair monster.

 

Yeah, that's it. It's rattled me catching him saying that. I don't like it. It feels sinister. 

 

I remember that cross roads so well, the day after the 97 election and how it felt. That was the last time things were slightly more normal. I understand a bit more about it now, and the illusion of normality but I sometimes miss the simple innocence, the naivety!  

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17 hours ago, Observations said:

Anti Facts Sir, this is quote on the SNP website 

 

" I am not just humbled, of that I most certainly am, I also feel like the luckiest man in the world to be standing here as Leader of the SNP, a party I joined almost 20 years ago and that I love so dearly.

 

Friends, the late John Smith got it absolutely right when he said, “The opportunity to serve our country, is all we ask”.

 

Humza Yousless better hope he doesn't meet the same tragic fate as John Smith or Robin Cook, who was a thorn in Blair's side after he resigned, to a standing ovation in the House, in opposition to the illegal war in Iraq. Two years later, he had a heart attack while hill-walking, like Tony Banks MP, another outspoken opponent of the war, who died prematurely on holiday.

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51 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

Humza Yousless better hope he doesn't meet the same tragic fate as John Smith or Robin Cook, who was a thorn in Blair's side after he resigned, to a standing ovation in the House, in opposition to the illegal war in Iraq. Two years later, he had a heart attack while hill-walking, like Tony Banks MP, another outspoken opponent of the war, who died prematurely on holiday.

 

Here comes the arrival of Sharia law. We've got Sadiq Khan as the Mayor....you've got the leader! 😁

Scottish men won't be wearing any kilt in the future at wedding etc Modesty and all that. 😉

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5 hours ago, Velma said:

 

Humza Yousless better hope he doesn't meet the same tragic fate as John Smith or Robin Cook, who was a thorn in Blair's side after he resigned, to a standing ovation in the House, in opposition to the illegal war in Iraq. Two years later, he had a heart attack while hill-walking, like Tony Banks MP, another outspoken opponent of the war, who died prematurely on holiday.

And Mo Mowlam, another casualty.

 

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16 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

And Mo Mowlam, another casualty.

 

Thanks Anti Facts Sir, I remember Mo's namd and face but didn't know anything about her really. I just quickly looked at a Sky History page ( sorry 😆), and saw that she had fallen and banged her head and didn't want to be resuscitated ... water withdrawn ... ? 

 

Interesting that she was anti Blair, anti Iraq etc?

 

Also that she was eventually bored by her role?

 

The PTB love building boredom and frustration. 

 

" Mowlam will be remembered for her toughness and courage, as well as her persistence and good humour. She was affable and straightforward and able to talk to anyone. She gained an enormous amount of public popularity and support for her work in Northern Ireland, by handling what was arguably one of the most dangerous and challenging jobs in government. She was unafraid and willing to talk face-to-face with terrorists, her modus operandi being to try to bring two sides together, not by imposing solutions made by others, but by listening to what the people involved actually wanted. In terms of Irish politics, this standpoint was rather refreshing and went a long way towards the building of a peace process that has endured for more than a decade. "

 

One thing that stood out was the part where they said she asked people what they wanted. Imagine that?!

 

Instead of being told what we want, what we are, and lectured to. Sounds good. Sounds bloody rare.

 

God I despise all of these other lecturous self important do gooders.

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2 hours ago, Fluke said:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/news.sky.com/story/amp/tv-star-and-comedian-paul-ogrady-has-died-12844598

 

Paul O'Grady: TV presenter and comedian dies aged 67

Bit gutted about that I liked old Paul. Especially the work he did with cats and dogs :(

 

 

He did seem to have a decent soul. Genuine kindness beyond just a pay check.

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44 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Was he jabbed? Boostered?

Paul O’Grady says getting COVID vaccine was a ‘doddle’ as he delights fans with news

The much-loved presenter reassured fans it didn't hurt

11 Feb 2021, 16:49

Paul O’Grady has said getting the coronavirus vaccine was a complete “doddle”, as he updated fans on Instagram.

The For the Love of Dogs star, 65, became the latest celeb to receive the vaccination today (February 11).

Sharing the news with his 429k followers, Paul posted a series of photos as he headed on a walk afterwards

What did Paul O’Grady say?

The photos showed Paul in sunglasses while posing in the snow.

Meanwhile, the comedian appeared a vision of health as he broke the news.

It was a doddle, you won’t feel a thing.

He said: “I’ve just had the vaccine! Went for a walk and it’s that cold me feet fell off.”

In addition, Paul shared: “It was a doddle, you won’t feel a thing.”

https://www.entertainmentdaily.co.uk/news/paul-ogrady-says-getting-covid-vaccine-was-a-doddle-as-he-delights-fans-with-news/

 

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11915687/Phillip-Schofield-shouted-f-stop-brother-told-sex-act-schoolboy-court-hears.html

 

This is really weird, the conversation Philip schofield allegedly had with his brother, and making a police statement, the way its worded just doesn't sound very plausible.  The witness must have been agreed by the brother for it to be read out in court at alas trial as well.  He's either covering up for him, minimising something bigger or more sustained, or what? Bit weird that they're both gay as well, although it can happen in families i suppose  

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45 minutes ago, Malbec said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11915687/Phillip-Schofield-shouted-f-stop-brother-told-sex-act-schoolboy-court-hears.html

 

This is really weird, the conversation Philip schofield allegedly had with his brother, and making a police statement, the way its worded just doesn't sound very plausible.  The witness must have been agreed by the brother for it to be read out in court at alas trial as well.  He's either covering up for him, minimising something bigger or more sustained, or what? Bit weird that they're both gay as well, although it can happen in families i suppose  

Question is...why are they telling us? Can the MSM not go a week without giving these "celebs" more oxygen?

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Paul O'Grady (bless him, seemed like a very nice chap, and kind to animals in his public image) had health issues, but was he as ever an illuminati sacrifice? Was his time up and now he had to play his part in the satanic media circus as part of his debt to selling his soul? If he even is dead ofcourse. And are the media putting it in our faces? Camilla was good friends with him, was his death a price for her to step up and become "queen" in the papers, the very next day? Theres always a sacrifice for the next step of fame.

 

Juxtaposed with the story of children using words like "abandoned"  "at risk"  and "kept in the dark" and "when pupils change" (reptilian reference and clue to eyes changing when shape shifting?) regarding the impending gender ideology crisis in schools? Another sacrifice to the cabal. Paul himself being the main instigator for bringing gay and drag culture into prominence. The Queen and Queen Mother, haunting the story from the past, but telling us they are present, via their charms and jewels, even if in another dimension. This is something they do a lot of, fill the front page with clashing clues, while laughing at us.

 

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, northern star said:

Paul O'Grady (bless him, seemed like a very nice chap, and kind to animals in his public image) had health issues, but was he as ever an illuminati sacrifice? Was his time up and now he had to play his part in the satanic media circus as part of his debt to selling his soul? If he even is dead ofcourse. And are the media putting it in our faces? Camilla was good friends with him, was his death a price for her to step up and become "queen" in the papers, the very next day? Juxtaposed with the story of children using words like "at risk"  and "kept in the dark" and "when pupils change" (reptilian reference and clue to eyes changing when shape shifting?) regarding the impending gender ideology crisis in schools? Another sacrifice to the cabal. Paul himself being the main instigator for bringing gay and drag culture into prominence. The Queen and Queen Mother, haunting the story from the past, but telling us they are present, via their charms and jewels, even if in another dimension. This is something they do a lot of, fill the front page with clashing clues, while laughing at us.

 

 

 

 

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Doubt it he has had about 4 heart attacks and my first thought was the vaccine.

 

I don't know how you think he was one of the main people for bringing gay culture into mainstream. One of the few drag queens i.actually liked as a working class englishmen. Part of our culture not the degenerates you see.parading as drag now. But i guess the abrahamic autistic types wont understand the nuances.

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