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A retired Lancashire police inspector was spared a custodial sentence even though he was caught with downloaded pornographic images of young boys on his laptop. He picked up a 12-month community order for this offence and, because he is retired, I must assume he'll still receive a nice, fat index-linked police pension. Who says crime doesn't pay, but he can thank his lucky stars he didn't get nicked for making misogynistic remarks to a woman football referee or posting disapproving comments about transgenderism.

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-67476151

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Pizzagate. Well just fancy that. A slimy hack who allegedly debunked the Pizzagate story has just had his collar felt. I wonder what the charges are...

 

https://www.eviemagazine.com/post/journalist-podesta-debunked-pizzagate-charge-child-pornography

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Something to keep an eye on. Psy op potential

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-12804015/Earth-bombarded-intense-solar-storms-YEAR-Scientists-predict-reach-solar-maximum-2024-flares-strong-cripple-worlds-internet-WEEKS.html

 

Earth will be bombarded by intense solar storms next YEAR: Scientists predict we'll reach 'solar maximum' in 2024 - with flares strong enough to cripple the world's internet for WEEKS

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5 hours ago, Mr H said:

Something to keep an eye on. Psy op potential

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-12804015/Earth-bombarded-intense-solar-storms-YEAR-Scientists-predict-reach-solar-maximum-2024-flares-strong-cripple-worlds-internet-WEEKS.html

 

Earth will be bombarded by intense solar storms next YEAR: Scientists predict we'll reach 'solar maximum' in 2024 - with flares strong enough to cripple the world's internet for WEEKS

Well they need a reason to close ther internet down for a while,this could be it.

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On 11/29/2023 at 3:02 PM, Mr H said:

Something to keep an eye on. Psy op potential

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-12804015/Earth-bombarded-intense-solar-storms-YEAR-Scientists-predict-reach-solar-maximum-2024-flares-strong-cripple-worlds-internet-WEEKS.html

 

Earth will be bombarded by intense solar storms next YEAR: Scientists predict we'll reach 'solar maximum' in 2024 - with flares strong enough to cripple the world's internet for WEEKS

This is all pseudo science.

 

But they do have a track record of utilising pseudo science to advance a corrupt and nefarious agenda (global warming, conjob, vaccines etc). 

 

A fake knockout of the internet would do wonders for bank profits.. all the oodles of interest from people unable to pay credit card bills in time. 

 

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Pontins at Camber Sands near Rye and another one in Prestatyn are closing with immediate effect it was announce yesterday by it's owners=  Britannia Hotels,  A.K.A. 'The Asylum Seekers landlords'! The Camber Sands camp was built in 1968, covers 32 acres and has 820 self catering chalets! It's a complete mystery to me how they propose to make a living from two closed down holiday parks?🤔 I went there years ago, watta mistaka to maka🤫 the mice all wore overalls and, wiped their feet whenever they Left the chalets, I knew it was bad when I found out that they used skunks as air fresheners, and confetti as toilet wipes, with a sign saying 'IN THE INTERESTS OF ECONOMY, PLEASE USE BOTH SIDES'!🫣  What really, really 'boils my piss' is the fact that they have the neck to call themselves  'Britannia', and another thing that 'boils my piss' are those little white kettles they have there, they're excellent for that job!👍🤫🫣

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4 minutes ago, Mr Crabtree said:

What' boils my piss' is the fact that they have the neck to call themselves after Britannia,

Britannia Hotels.. if you are ever feeling down in the dumps, try reading reviews of their hotels. Such reviews are invariably hilarious, particularly if you have slightly twisted sense of humour. 

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7 hours ago, pete675 said:

This is all pseudo science.

 

But they do have a track record of utilising pseudo science to advance a corrupt and nefarious agenda (global warming, conjob, vaccines etc). 

 

A fake knockout of the internet would do wonders for bank profits.. all the oodles of interest from people unable to pay credit card bills in time. 

 

It wouldn't necessarily do wonders for the control grid. A Carrington type event would do the exact opposite 

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15 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Pontins at Camber Sands near Rye and another one in Prestatyn are closing with immediate effect it was announce yesterday by it's owners=  Britannia Hotels,  A.K.A. 'The Asylum Seekers landlords'! The Camber Sands camp was built in 1968, covers 32 acres and has 820 self catering chalets! It's a complete mystery to me how they propose to make a living from two closed down holiday parks?🤔 I went there years ago, watta mistaka to maka🤫 the mice all wore overalls and, wiped their feet whenever they Left the chalets, I knew it was bad when I found out that they used skunks as air fresheners, and confetti as toilet wipes, with a sign saying 'IN THE INTERESTS OF ECONOMY, PLEASE USE BOTH SIDES'!🫣  What really, really 'boils my piss' is the fact that they have the neck to call themselves  'Britannia', and another thing that 'boils my piss' are those little white kettles they have there, they're excellent for that job!👍🤫🫣

Surely can't be worse than the "house party" camps I used to work in: Erna Low's Enjoy Britain Ltd. (aka Earn a low wage). They used to take over schools and colleges, and run holidays for unaccompanied rich foreign kids. We (the general assistants) were supposed to wash up, clean (often vomit), stop them getting drunk (as under age) and screwing each other. Ha ha! We had some good times, though. Like when I set part of the sea front at Eastbourne on fire while, er, "smoking", and had to do a quick runner back to the college we'd taken over.

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Russia outlaws ‘international LGBT public movement’ as extremist

Human rights activists say supreme court’s vague wording provides wide scope for persecution.

 

 

I find it sad a lot of the bulldog nationalist types are cheering this bill on.

 

I expected it from the stoner troofer autistic types without any friends, charisma, je ne sais quai, or want to ban being homosexual. 

 

Respect to the real ones that know the alphabet people has nothing to do with genuine people that just want to be left alone though.

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15 minutes ago, Mr Crabtree said:

I thought I'd put up a pic of our wonderful Brighton and Hove Churchill Square Christmas tree, we must be envied by the world as a whole!🤭 

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There's lots of upside down triangles or could they represent pyramids? When I look up what's the symbolic meaning of an upside down pyramid I get femininity, spiritual awakening and LGBT uses. All against a backdrop of corporate logos who are funding it. 

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25 minutes ago, Mr Crabtree said:

I thought I'd put up a pic of our wonderful Brighton and Hove Churchill Square Christmas tree, we must be envied by the world as a whole!🤭 

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You’re so ungrateful. Some can’t afford a tree. Or go to a shopping centre to see one. White privilege me thinks😂🤣😁🤣😀

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On 12/1/2023 at 12:24 AM, Mr Crabtree said:

Pontins at Camber Sands near Rye and another one in Prestatyn are closing with immediate effect it was announce yesterday by it's owners=  Britannia Hotels,  A.K.A. 'The Asylum Seekers landlords'! The Camber Sands camp was built in 1968, covers 32 acres and has 820 self catering chalets! It's a complete mystery to me how they propose to make a living from two closed down holiday parks?🤔 I went there years ago, watta mistaka to maka🤫 the mice all wore overalls and, wiped their feet whenever they Left the chalets, I knew it was bad when I found out that they used skunks as air fresheners, and confetti as toilet wipes, with a sign saying 'IN THE INTERESTS OF ECONOMY, PLEASE USE BOTH SIDES'!🫣  What really, really 'boils my piss' is the fact that they have the neck to call themselves  'Britannia', and another thing that 'boils my piss' are those little white kettles they have there, they're excellent for that job!👍🤫🫣

Further investigation show that they closed down another Pontins at Brean Sands last June and renovated it at a cost of £2 million to house up to 900 EDF working on the new Hinckley Point C Power Station around 15 miles from the camp, with a fleet of buses laid on to transport the workers! Buses make a change from Dinghies I suppose!🤔

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Glenys Kinnock: Former minister and wife of Neil Kinnock dies aged 79

 

Former PM Sir Tony Blair said her death would be "mourned in many countries and corners of the Earth".

 

In a statement, he called her a "huge figure in progressive politics for decades: incredibly smart, brave, determined and resolute in standing up for what she believed was right."

 

He said: "Whether in fighting the cause of development, and the eradication of global poverty, social justice in Britain, equality for women or making the case for a European Union of weight and influence in the world, Glenys was passionate and persuasive.

 

"She was of course an enormous support to Neil but she was a leader in her own right."In her last years, as Stephen and Rachel have written, she took her illness with the same steadfastness which had governed her life."

 

The charity Dementia UK said that by publicly discussing their experiences of Alzheimer's, the Kinnock family had helped raise awareness and "the challenge that a diagnosis can bring".

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-67606751

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I thought I'd put up a pic of our wonderful Brighton and Hove Churchill Square Christmas tree, we must be envied by the world as a whole!🤭 

xmastree.jpg.b8b6ac5aa6d5e5364215c84b450bfe76.jpg

And if ever this wanker WANKER.jpg.342d4e94595d0b584d30f26c3bf46813.jpggets in as The Green Party MP, we'll probably get a tree next Christmas that will be decorated in 'pink pounds' used condoms, lipstick, powder and paint, and smeared with Vaseline to make it shine, and a life sized cutout of him in a fairy outfit, clutching his magic wanddownload(3).jpg.d7e95d5db0474417c27212130f0bc2cc.jpgand the tip of the tree up his 'arris!🫣🤫

 

 

let's hope he never gets elected as the Green Party M.P. for Brighton and Hove!🫣

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13 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Further investigation show that they closed down another Pontins at Brean Sands last June and renovated it at a cost of £2 million to house up to 900 EDF working on the new Hinckley Point C Power Station around 15 miles from the camp, with a fleet of buses laid on to transport the workers! Buses make a change from Dinghies I suppose!🤔

 

Thanks for the reminder Mr Crabtree

 

Seems to me it's also part of the ongoing destruction of our heritage / established businesses. At the time I saw a local businessman on the news expressing how much hospitality business would be lost ... and so on 

 

As a point of interest, I also saw two separate features on the news about mice / rats, hairy plug holes spider webs etc in holiday camps. Anything to put people off I suppose, and to discuss shortages of staff, etc. 

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2 minutes ago, Observations said:

 

Thanks for the reminder Mr Crabtree

 

Seems to me it's also part of the ongoing destruction of our heritage / established businesses. At the time I saw a local businessman on the news expressing how much hospitality business would be lost ... and so on 

 

As a point of interest, I also saw two separate features on the news about mice / rats, hairy plug holes spider webs etc in holiday camps. Anything to put people off I suppose, and to discuss shortages of staff, etc. 

You spotted a part of the agenda that many overlook, myself included,🤔 thanks for that!👍

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42 minutes ago, Observations said:

 

Thanks for the reminder Mr Crabtree

 

Seems to me it's also part of the ongoing destruction of our heritage / established businesses. At the time I saw a local businessman on the news expressing how much hospitality business would be lost ... and so on 

 

As a point of interest, I also saw two separate features on the news about mice / rats, hairy plug holes spider webs etc in holiday camps. Anything to put people off I suppose, and to discuss shortages of staff, etc. 

Pontins at Camber Sands has closed. They'll probably house migrants there. I worked there for a season in 1974 and had the time of my life. Another part of British working class culture allowed to decay, fall apart, and be replaced.

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7 hours ago, Observations said:

As a point of interest, I also saw two separate features on the news about mice / rats, hairy plug holes spider webs etc in holiday camps. Anything to put people off I suppose, and to discuss shortages of staff, etc. 

 

Every year, for a few weeks at a time, my local Reach rag the Birmingham Mail puts out a number of 'horror stories' about popular Pontins holiday camps.

 

Yes, one easily gets the impression there is either some vendetta against Pontins, or there really is a concerted effort to put people off from staying there.

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I'm far more concerned about the levels of "illegal immigration" to be honest.

 

UK migration curbs see salary threshold hiked to £38,700 for foreign workers

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The government will hike the minimum salary required for foreign workers to take jobs in the UK, as part of plans to slash migration.

The minimum salary needed to get a skilled worker visa will rise from £26,200 to £38,700 next year.

The rise featured in a five-point plan to curb immigration announced by Home Secretary James Cleverly.

He said migration to the UK was "far too high" and there had been "abuse" of health and care visas for years.

Conservative MPs have put Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his government under pressure to act on legal migration, after official figures last week showed net migration hit a record 745,000 last year.

from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-67612106

 

At least (most of) these people come here to work and make a meaningful contribution to our economy.

 

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Labour's shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper said the migration plan was "another example of the total chaos at the heart of this government".

She said while net migration "should come down", there needed to be a "proper plan" for training and recruiting British workers.

Unison general secretary Christina McAnea said the "cruel plans spell total disaster for the NHS and social care".

"Migrant workers were encouraged to come here because both sectors are critically short of staff. Hospitals and care homes simply couldn't function without them," she said.

Yvette Cooper is right, but as of yet I haven't seen any such 'plan' from Labour on how they would tackle this when they come into power. (it's kind of inevitable really)

 

The shortage of staff is a failure of our government going back years, in failing to encourage young people to train for such future roles. Instead of embarking on silly and useless university degrees.

 

Anyway, what us ordinary people would like to know is what are the Government planning to do about the unacceptable levels of illegal immigration?

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Fears state pension may become means-tested as pensioners' bank accounts could be checked under new powers 

 

The state pension is currently linked to a person’s National Insurance record

 

Fears the state pension could be means-tested in the future have grown after Ministers introduced new proposals which would enable the Department for Work and Pensions ( DWP ) to view state pension recipients’ bank accounts, an MP has claimed.

The new powers would allow the Government to inspect the bank accounts of anyone claiming a social security benefit, which includes pensioners getting the state pension, MPs debating the matter have warned.

 

https://www.gbnews.com/money/state-pension-check-bank-account-dwp 

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9 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

I thought I'd put up a pic of our wonderful Brighton and Hove Churchill Square Christmas tree, we must be envied by the world as a whole!🤭 

xmastree.jpg.b8b6ac5aa6d5e5364215c84b450bfe76.jpg

And if ever this wanker WANKER.jpg.342d4e94595d0b584d30f26c3bf46813.jpggets in as The Green Party MP, we'll probably get a tree next Christmas that will be decorated in 'pink pounds' used condoms, lipstick, powder and paint, and smeared with Vaseline to make it shine, and a life sized cutout of him in a fairy outfit, clutching his magic wanddownload(3).jpg.d7e95d5db0474417c27212130f0bc2cc.jpgand the tip of the tree up his 'arris!🫣🤫

 

 

let's hope he never gets elected as the Green Party M.P. for Brighton and Hove!🫣

 

Here is an article on Eddie Izzard and his Labour Party links, and a photo of him making the one eye gesture. He has been courted by Tony Blair before. 

 

https://skwawkbox.org/2017/11/12/izzard-im-more-a-blairite/

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