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Shadow minister and labour MP Jack Dromey drops dead "suddenly". At 73.

 

Jabbed?

 

Unfortunately, despite this "BREAKING NEWS" for several hours, BBC and Sky too busy running endless montages of Sir (!) Sidney Poitier. Or maybe they haven't worked out the fake narrative for the dead MP yet.

 

 

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23 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Shadow minister and labour MP Jack Dromey drops dead "suddenly". At 73.

 

Jabbed?

 

Unfortunately, despite this "BREAKING NEWS" for several hours, BBC and Sky too busy running endless montages of Sir (!) Sidney Poitier. Or maybe they haven't worked out the fake narrative for the dead MP yet.

 

 

 

I think he was married the Harman and some connections to PIE 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2575505/Letter-paedophile-group-links-Harriet-Harman-Patricia-Hewitt-AFTER-said-marginalised.html

 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/pie-controversy-shadow-police-minister-jack-dromey-denies-supporting-call-for-age-of-consent-to-be-lowered-to-10-9160362.html

 

Maybe he knew something and was 'offed'

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On 1/5/2022 at 7:02 PM, Macnamara said:

 

speaking from a UK perspective i would say that a big piece of the puzzle here that i never hear people talk about is how the british aristocracy is largely made up of knights templar bloodlines

 

you will never hear anyone talk about it cos its not on bbc news or eastenders.

 

my 80 yr old dad hes a proud royalist and found out today his beloved royals are german

 

In 1901, the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (a branch of the House of Wettin) succeeded the House of Hanover to the British monarchy with the accession of King Edward VII, son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. In 1917, the name of the British royal house was changed from the German Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to the English Windsor because of anti-German sentiment in the United Kingdom during World War I

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14 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Hardly been anything on him today, either SKY or BBC, that I saw. Weird. Usually they'd be rushing to eulogise them, endless tributes, life story, etc etc etc.

 

And yet....tumbleweed.

 

Because it doesn't suit or fit any narrative.

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On 1/7/2022 at 11:29 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

 BBC and Sky too busy running endless montages of Sir (!) Sidney Poitier.

 

well he's black and therefore must be deified by the corporate media. There are famous people dying everyday now but i haven't seen that level of fawning for anyone else. They're so transparent

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Nazi archive of Freemasonry at Polish university library containing 80,000 items amassed by Heinrich Himmler could shed light on the secret society, researchers say

  • The archive in an old university library in Poland has items from the 17th century
  • Much of it remains unexamined, with researchers saying it 'still holds mysteries' 
  • Nazis banned Freemasonry and promoted conspiracy theories about the group 

By Jack Newman For Mailonline

Published: 00:30 GMT, 10 January 2022 | Updated: 12:57 GMT, 10 January 2022

A historic archive of Freemasonry amassed by the Nazis in their wartime purge could still reveal secrets about the society, researchers say.

From insight into women's Masonic lodges to the musical scores used in closed ceremonies, the trove - housed in an old university library in western Poland - has already shed light on a little known history.

But more work remains to be done to fully examine all the 80,000 items that date from the 17th century to the pre-World War II period.

'It is one of the biggest Masonic archives in Europe,' said curator Iuliana Grazynska, who has just started working on dozens of boxes of papers within it that have not yet been properly categorised.

'It still holds mysteries,' she told AFP, of the collection which curators began going through decades ago and is held at the UAM library in the city of Poznan.

Initially tolerated by the Nazis, Freemasons became the subject of regime conspiracy theories in the 1930s, seen as liberal intellectuals whose secretive circles could become centres of opposition.

Lodges were broken up and their members imprisoned and killed both in Germany and elsewhere as Nazi troops advanced during WWII.

The collection was put together under the orders of top Nazi henchman and SS chief Heinrich Himmler and is composed of many smaller archives from European Masonic lodges that were seized by the Nazis.

It is seen by researchers as a precious repository of the history of the day-to-day activities of lodges across Europe, ranging from the menus for celebrations to educational texts. 

Fine prints, copies of speeches and membership lists of Masonic lodges in Germany and beyond feature in the archive. Some documents still bear Nazi stamps.

'The Nazis hated the Freemasons,' Andrzej Karpowicz, who managed the collection for three decades, told AFP.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10384957/Nazi-archive-Freemasonry-amassed-Heinrich-Himmler-shed-light-secret-society.html

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

'The Nazis hated the Freemasons,' Andrzej Karpowicz, who managed the collection for three decades, told AFP.

 

Nazis = BAD

 

Therefore the 'media messaging' reads as Freemasons = GOOD

 

You can see where they're going to go with this one...

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5 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

new york appartment block fire

19 storey block

occurred on the 1/9

19 dead

sacrifice

 

About 200 members of the New York City Fire Department responded to the fire at the 19-story building at 333 East 181st Street.

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Insulation was supposed to save us money - but it ruined our homes: Millions face crippling repair costs after green upgrades were botched

  • Cheap-to-fit spray foam cavity wall insulation can cause damp and mould 
  • The insulation material can transfer the water across the cavity to the interior 
  • One expert has estimated that up to two million homes may have problems 
  • Fears the rush to insulate Britain will cause massive damage to properties

By Chris Brooke for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:01 GMT, 11 January 2022 | Updated: 00:06 GMT, 12 January 2022

Getting Britain’s homes insulated is the cornerstone of the Government’s green energy policy and an obsession for road-blocking eco-protesters.

But the scale of damp-related problems linked to cavity wall insulation is so serious that an MP is calling for an independent inquiry to improve protection for householders.

One expert has estimated that up to two million homes may have problems as a result of insulation being pumped into the cavity between outside and inside walls.In some extreme cases, the resulting problems of damp and mould inside the house have rendered properties worthless and unsellable.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-10390579/Botched-cavity-wall-insulation-ruining-homes-causing-damp-mould.html

 
 
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Rewrite on an Enid Blyton's book for the sake of Gender issues, makes me wonder when they gonna start rewriting history, Oh I forgot they already have! :classic_angry: 

 

Enid Blyton classic is rewritten to educate children on gender equality: Jacqueline Wilson pens a new version of The Magic Faraway Tree and removes 'sexist expectations' of female characters

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The Magic Faraway Tree is being tweaked by the Tracy Beaker author to make it supposedly fit for the 21st century. Pictured: Enid Blyton.

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32 minutes ago, alexa said:

Rewrite on an Enid Blyton's book for the sake of Gender issues, makes me wonder when they gonna start rewriting history, Oh I forgot they already have! :classic_angry: 

 

Enid Blyton classic is rewritten to educate children on gender equality: Jacqueline Wilson pens a new version of The Magic Faraway Tree and removes 'sexist expectations' of female characters

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The Magic Faraway Tree is being tweaked by the Tracy Beaker author to make it supposedly fit for the 21st century. Pictured: Enid Blyton.

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'The Magic Faraway Tree, which was first published in 1943, has also been edited to stamp out children adventuring on their own without supervision. Mrs Wilson has reportedly tried to make the parents similar to today's, where they are anxious about what their youngsters are doing.'

 

We are anxious because society is a broken shit hole of perversion and immoral values, in part caused and propagated by the same psychopaths that advocate for the changing of books such as this one in order to fall in line with the very society that they have created. They know what they do.

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40 minutes ago, Saved said:

The Magic Faraway Tree, which was first published in 1943, has also been edited to stamp out children adventuring on their own without supervision. Mrs Wilson has reportedly tried to make the parents similar to today's, where they are anxious about what their youngsters are doing.'

 

I can understand why they would edit the book for these reasons, but they are not editing for this reason they are rewriting the book for gender issues.

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18 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

 

 

When do we get the same bombshell news that Israel has been doing this longer and better..? 

BC 

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On 1/12/2022 at 1:41 AM, Macnamara said:

Insulation was supposed to save us money - but it ruined our homes: Millions face crippling repair costs after green upgrades were botched

  • Cheap-to-fit spray foam cavity wall insulation can cause damp and mould 
  • The insulation material can transfer the water across the cavity to the interior 
  • One expert has estimated that up to two million homes may have problems 
  • Fears the rush to insulate Britain will cause massive damage to properties

 

It's quite laughable really. There's probably a very good reason why houses and walls were built with cavity walls, something to do with providing adequate ventilation, in order to prevent issues such as damp and mould.

 

So it stands to reason that if people start to fill up these cavities with insulation "in order to save money and to save the planet", then the lack of ventilation is only going to result in more problems with damp and mould.

 

It does make me wonder when I think about older buildings and houses, as though perhaps they were designed and built in a time when it was generally much warmer, so insulation was less of an issue.

 

Then again you have people living in low-rise and high-rise accomodation, who have no garden (or choose not to use any outdoor space provided) to hang and dry out washing, then keep all the windows closed "to keep in the heat" and then wonder why their flat gets riddled with mould and damp.

 

It also makes no sense to have your heating on full blast, and then have your windows open during the winter.

 

Surely this was why cavity walls came about?

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3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

It does make me wonder when I think about older buildings and houses, as though perhaps they were designed and built in a time when it was generally much warmer, so insulation was less of an issue.

 

If we think of many stone buildings they are usually built within the last 200 years and within that timeframe we had ice houses which were filled with chunks of ice that was often hauled out of rivers and then salmon among other things were stored in those icehouses. Also curling was a popular sport in scotland and there are many wee curling ponds dotted around often as parts of estates with big houses dating from the last 300 years so water was freezing over enough for people to be walking and sliding about on even in the last century. I think britain even had a half decent ice hockey team at one point. So things were pretty cold!

 

I remember winters being colder in my youth or it seemed that there was more snow about. Aviemore was built as a ski centre in the 1960's but if you go there in the winter now the lower ski lifts are all abandoned as there is not the snow cover to use them. This winter has been very mild.

 

But the older houses had open fires and a bit of a draft probably helped with airflow. People probably just put on more clothes during the colder months; i live in an old house with an open fire so i wear extra layers in the winter. Some houses would use the fire ash in the loft to act as insulation above the lathe and plaster ceilings.

 

If you go back far enough to say when the romans were here then they were apparently growing grapes as far north as Edinburgh and i heard it said that the visible terraces on the flanks of arthurs seat were being used for grape cultivation. So that's back say 2000 years, when things might have been a bit warmer

 

Cavity wall houses were really going up in large numbers after the second world war and the problem is if damp bridges across from the outer layer and penetrates into the inside of the house so the point of the cavity was to prevent that and wall ties are designed so that any moisture running across the wall tie hits a knot or other obstruction and then drips down so that it doesn't pass all the way across.

 

The other classic problem is damp around the base of the walls and people often drill in and put in chemical damp proof courses but i'm not sure how effective those are. They are probably better putting in drainage around the base of the wall, ensuring the air vents are clear and clearing any plant life away from the walls to let light and air in

 

Russian women dip their children into ice water and maybe that sets their natural thermostat at a low temperature to cope with the russian climate. maybe british people should start baptising themselves in cold water more to toughen up!

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A massive cyberattack warning Ukrainians to "be afraid and expect the worst" has hit government websites, leaving some inaccessible on Friday morning and prompting Ukraine to open an investigation.

Ukraine's foreign ministry spokesperson told Reuters it was too early to say who could be behind the attack but said Russia had been behind similar strikes in the past.

 

https://www.youngwitness.com.au/story/7581914/cyber-attack-on-ukraine-govt-websites/?cs=11835

 

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14 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

It does make me wonder when I think about older buildings and houses, as though perhaps they were designed and built in a time when it was generally much warmer, so insulation was less of an issue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be careful making statements like that. The world expert Greta Thunberg will come after you for spreading conspiracy theories. 😂

 

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