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1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

So Sunak's proposing conscription - no doubt as an incentive to vote him out now that he's done his bit to damage our country.

 

I just wish everyone visiting the polling stations this July would write, 'Unfit for purpose', next to every candidate's name. It would send shock waves of fear through the stony, black hearts of the puppeteers.

 

But you can bet your life that most of the public will dutifully queue up and vote one of these evil 🤡 clown parties in, thus confirming their approval for our continued decent into dystopia. 

War is coming. It's the ultimate cull. Observe the lesser magic/ predictive programming cues in the media lately:

1. Prince William sends condolences to RAF " Spitfire" pilot killed in Lincolnshire. 

2. Richard " Sherman", Disney Composer dies ( Freemason).

3. National Poll shows "if war breaks out", the public have more confidence in Keir Starmer than Rishi Sunak.

4. Footage from the "battle for Kharkiv". 🤔 Why now? How long has the 'war' being waged, and why so little coverage all this time?

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6 hours ago, Dragon Slayer said:

War is coming. It's the ultimate cull. Observe the lesser magic/ predictive programming cues in the media lately:

1. Prince William sends condolences to RAF " Spitfire" pilot killed in Lincolnshire. 

2. Richard " Sherman", Disney Composer dies ( Freemason).

3. National Poll shows "if war breaks out", the public have more confidence in Keir Starmer than Rishi Sunak.

4. Footage from the "battle for Kharkiv". 🤔 Why now? How long has the 'war' being waged, and why so little coverage all this time?

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The alleged National Poll...the very notion of any of these conscienceless miscreants being trust worthy under any circumstances is plain ludicrous, as we know too well.

 

 

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On 5/19/2024 at 10:28 PM, numnuts said:

Troops cleared of blame over Falklands ship bombing.'

 

Secret files seen by the BBC have now exonerated the regiment and survivors say they now want to know why they were "abandoned" then "betrayed".

"I saw my friends die in the most horrible way and they walked away and concocted all these lies," said Simon Weston, who suffered almost 50% burns in the Sir Galahad attack. "They made it up, why?"

Because they are habitual liars, whose entire existence is based on lies?

 

The whole Falklands business was lie anyway, or maybe a better word would be a contrivance.

 

The auld bitch had worked out that her chance of being reelected was zero. Hence the need for a contrived war, which was invited by reducing the defences of the Falklands.

 

Result of successful said war was that the auld bitch got voted back in for more ruin and sabotage as the numerous dumbasses were so pleased by the 'victory'.

 

Good for Thatch and her malodorous gang of cretins, crooks and perverts, not so good for Welsh servicemen! 

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I'd have kicked them off the flight just for being an intolerant asshole.

 

BBC presenter kicked off flight over child's allergy

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A freelance BBC weather presenter says she was kicked off a flight from London Gatwick to Turkey after asking passengers not to eat peanuts.

Georgie Palmer, 49, says she and her family were escorted off the SunExpress flight to Dalaman on 21 May, after making the request due to her daughter's allergy.

Posting on social media, she said the SunExpress crew ignored her requests to do an announcement to all passengers - so she instead spoke to people around her on the flight.

SunExpress said it takes the safety of passengers seriously, but said the airline refrains from making announcements like the one Ms Palmer requested as it "cannot guarantee an allergen-free environment".

from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/c0kkzzy8eqjo

 

I get that there are large numbers of people nowadays who strangely have peanut allergies - and perhaps that is due to so many vaccines administered to children at a young age having peanut butter as an adjuvant. (But I guess that many BBC employees wouldn't ever dare to investigate that).

 

As far as I am aware, no-one has ever had a serious allergic reaction to peanuts from someone chomping away at them from a distance. No-one was forcing them down her child's throat for goodness sake.

 

Is this an extreme case of pandering to a minority, or a belief that someone employed by the BBC is privileged enough to dictate to others on how they should behave and act?

 

 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-69071424

 

A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was fatally stabbed on a Bournemouth beach.

Two women from Poole were stabbed on Durley Chine Beach at around 11:45 BST on May 24.

Amie Gray, a 34-year-old personal trainer, died at the scene, while a 38-year-old woman with serious injuries remains in hospital.

 

 

No motive? 

 

Daily mail article shows the lady with her wife. So quite possibly a homophobic attack or what they call a "hate crime"? 

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13 hours ago, Fluke said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-69071424

 

A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was fatally stabbed on a Bournemouth beach.

Two women from Poole were stabbed on Durley Chine Beach at around 11:45 BST on May 24.

Amie Gray, a 34-year-old personal trainer, died at the scene, while a 38-year-old woman with serious injuries remains in hospital.

 

 

No motive? 

 

Daily mail article shows the lady with her wife. So quite possibly a homophobic attack or what they call a "hate crime"? 

Wouldn't be surprised if this was a hoaxed or staged, obviously for an agenda. And where is the CCTV footage? even places like beaches there's at least CCTV camera overlooking the area, probably one that can zoom in from a distance.

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On 5/27/2024 at 8:10 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

I'd have kicked them off the flight just for being an intolerant asshole.

 

BBC presenter kicked off flight over child's allergy

from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/c0kkzzy8eqjo

 

I get that there are large numbers of people nowadays who strangely have peanut allergies - and perhaps that is due to so many vaccines administered to children at a young age having peanut butter as an adjuvant. (But I guess that many BBC employees wouldn't ever dare to investigate that).

 

As far as I am aware, no-one has ever had a serious allergic reaction to peanuts from someone chomping away at them from a distance. No-one was forcing them down her child's throat for goodness sake.

 

Is this an extreme case of pandering to a minority, or a belief that someone employed by the BBC is privileged enough to dictate to others on how they should behave and act?

 

 

Speaking of passengers on planes, but I see alot of videos on youtube where passengers are filmed acting very aggressively or start complaining about something where they are then escorted off the plane and arrested. There is so much of this now, even on other transportation like buses but it mostly seems to be from airports and air travel. What is wrong with peoples state of mind today? people seem to be losing their minds or are stressed out, are alot of these recorded incidents just staged?.

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1 hour ago, Occulus5 said:

Wouldn't be surprised if this was a hoaxed or staged, obviously for an agenda. And where is the CCTV footage? even places like beaches there's at least CCTV camera overlooking the area, probably one that can zoom in from a distance.

Seems to me a bit strange if it is staged for the meer fact it hasn't had much coverage if at all. 

 

If I may ask. What agenda are you referring to old chap? 

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4 hours ago, Occulus5 said:

Wouldn't be surprised if this was a hoaxed or staged, obviously for an agenda. And where is the CCTV footage? even places like beaches there's at least CCTV camera overlooking the area, probably one that can zoom in from a distance.

How many cameras do they have on beaches? Doubt this was staged. Just some deranged little twat.

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On 5/27/2024 at 8:10 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

I'd have kicked them off the flight just for being an intolerant asshole.

 

BBC presenter kicked off flight over child's allergy

from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/c0kkzzy8eqjo

 

I get that there are large numbers of people nowadays who strangely have peanut allergies - and perhaps that is due to so many vaccines administered to children at a young age having peanut butter as an adjuvant. (But I guess that many BBC employees wouldn't ever dare to investigate that).

 

As far as I am aware, no-one has ever had a serious allergic reaction to peanuts from someone chomping away at them from a distance. No-one was forcing them down her child's throat for goodness sake.

 

Is this an extreme case of pandering to a minority, or a belief that someone employed by the BBC is privileged enough to dictate to others on how they should behave and act?

 

 

It’s the aflatoxins in peanuts and peanut butter that people are allergic to. Depends how they were treated and where the peanuts are from.

Anything from India is pretty bad. 
 

Since 2019 India has been flooding the EU with herbs, spices and produce that contain dangerous levels of heavy metals, chemicals and toxins. 
 

Check the ingredients on that samosa, watch that Aldi cinnamon etc 

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30 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

It’s the aflatoxins in peanuts and peanut butter that people are allergic to. Depends how they were treated and where the peanuts are from.

Anything from India is pretty bad. 
 

Since 2019 India has been flooding the EU with herbs, spices and produce that contain dangerous levels of heavy metals, chemicals and toxins. 
 

Check the ingredients on that samosa, watch that Aldi cinnamon etc 

 

Yeah but Cinnamon jar would say just cinnamon. :classic_rolleyes:

And most spices come from India.

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On 5/28/2024 at 10:25 PM, Fluke said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-69071424

 

A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was fatally stabbed on a Bournemouth beach.

Two women from Poole were stabbed on Durley Chine Beach at around 11:45 BST on May 24.

Amie Gray, a 34-year-old personal trainer, died at the scene, while a 38-year-old woman with serious injuries remains in hospital.

 

 

No motive? 

 

Daily mail article shows the lady with her wife. So quite possibly a homophobic attack or what they call a "hate crime"? 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13462115/Police-release-CCTV-images-Bournemouth-stabbing-suspect-34-year-old-fitness-trainer-Amie-Gray-stabbed-death-beach.html

 

Found this from the 26th so take.some.of that back.so CCTV has been released. Serves me right for scrolling on my phone and getting worked up. I now have a laptop and desktop so no excuse.

 

Still will be following this to see what the motive was.

 

Sad and tragic poor women lost her life. 

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3 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

ODNM!!

Also re cinnamon, the only pure version comes from Ceylon. There are two types of cinnnamon bark. The one from India is bad for you the other has all the good stuff.

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17 hours ago, Bombadil said:

How many cameras do they have on beaches? Doubt this was staged. Just some deranged little twat.

They don't have em on the beach but they will have them along the promenade, and some will be pointed facing the beach area. You can't go anywhere in the UK without the bloody things spying on you.

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Iron Maiden drummer Nicko Mcbrain "suffered a stroke in January that left him partially paralyzed just before Iron Maiden were set to begin preparing for their 2023 leg of their current world tour. Now, McBrain is mostly on the mend. He reported that he is "somewhere near" 70 percent recovered after the stroke."

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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

Iron Maiden drummer Nicko Mcbrain "suffered a stroke in January that left him partially paralyzed just before Iron Maiden were set to begin preparing for their 2023 leg of their current world tour. Now, McBrain is mostly on the mend. He reported that he is "somewhere near" 70 percent recovered after the stroke."

They have started to rub it in whenever they can. 😆

 

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23 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

Yeah but Cinnamon jar would say just cinnamon. :classic_rolleyes:

And most spices come from India.

Most "cinnamon" is actually cassia. For the real thing you need to buy true cinnamon or ceylon cinnamon

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59 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

Most "cinnamon" is actually cassia. For the real thing you need to buy true cinnamon or ceylon cinnamon

 

On a recent episode of Race Across The World they were harvesting cinnamon bark in Indonesia (Java I think) so it grows there too. 

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4 hours ago, k_j_evans said:

Most "cinnamon" is actually cassia. For the real thing you need to buy true cinnamon or ceylon cinnamon

 

OK, so we are sorted in terms of cinnamon but how about the next important spice...Tumeric which comes from India and what about other curry spices? 😔

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