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Yes Christopher Chope did raise question whether we're collecting  injury statistics etc don't think got answer ?

Dr David Martin was doing some legal thing  pharma on 6 the July in US I know off subject but just reminded me .

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wonder if the bookies are taking bets on the next PM being a POC (i detest that phrase btw,however it serves its purpose here and now)

The race for wokery in the extreme is on...No more appointment on the merit of past performance/character...Now its a box ticking exercise in fear of the msm daring to criticise the party line and selection choice

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29 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

Yes Christopher Chope did raise question whether we're collecting  injury statistics etc don't think got answer ?

Dr David Martin was doing some legal thing  pharma on 6 the July in US I know off subject but just reminded me .

 

I just watched this video and it's good at highlighting the blatant fraud that went on and was desperately hidden from view, it is largely American centric but includes evidence from all over the world.

 

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3 hours ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

Penny Mordaunt's initials are PM. 

Where did she suddenly appear from ? The last time I heard her name was on a crass Saturday night TV show which involved her diving into a pool 🙄

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57 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

wonder if the bookies are taking bets on the next PM being a POC (i detest that phrase btw,however it serves its purpose here and now)

The race for wokery in the extreme is on...No more appointment on the merit of past performance/character...Now its a box ticking exercise in fear of the msm daring to criticise the party line and selection choice

Graphic on the nooz tonight (can't remember if Sky or Beeb) had this cartoon figure onscreen with the caption about the next PM being in place by October. And they had dark brown skin (or was it meant to be blacked out? ie unknown).

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20 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

That Zahawi is one evil bastard, as is Patel.

 

And people scoffed a few years back when certain individuals suggested the muslims would be running Britain in the 21st century...  Zahawi, Javid, Sunak and Patel will all be cards in for the leadership without doubt.

 

Last i heard mass murder, oppression, and warmongering were aginst the muslim code

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55 minutes ago, jack121 said:

 

Last i heard mass murder, oppression, and warmongering were aginst the muslim code

 

Not sure about that. The Muslims conquered by murder and forced conversation at the pain of death (even though admittedly, this is against the Quran) and also they perpetuation the slavery of the ancient world until fairly recent times......including raiding countries and enslaving members of the population... it was only the intervention of the British in Tanzania and Americans in Morocco which stopped it.

 

Maybe the Quran says on thing.... but the behaviour of 'Muslims' throughout history has been something else entirely.

 

But of course one could easily say the same about the so called 'Christian' countries and their governments and wars......

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Edgewood said:

 

Not sure about that. The Muslims conquered by murder and forced conversation at the pain of death (even though admittedly, this is against the Quran) and also they perpetuation the slavery of the ancient world until fairly recent times......including raiding countries and enslaving members of the population... it was only the intervention of the British in Tanzania and Americans in Morocco which stopped it.

 

Maybe the Quran says on thing.... but the behaviour of 'Muslims' throughout history has been something else entirely.

 

But of course one could easily say the same about the so called 'Christian' countries and their governments and wars......

 

 

 

 

I've travelled to sooo many foreign countries and i always find most peeps are oksy doksy, it's the corrupt leaders the politicians the governments the royals and the upper class snobs who are really behind all the problems. Most ordinary everyday working class peeps, who make up about 95% of the world's population, just want to take care of their families and live a nice quiet life.

But then you get the msm saying : look at those bad russians and what they are doing to those poor ukranians, then peeps rush off to ukraine to defend what they percieve as honour and democracy. I know peeps who have enrolled just because they are so mad at that put-up-job putin.

Then the msm says : look at the bad man saddam hussain, he's got weapons of mass destruction, he's murdering people, and all the rest of that crap...

Then peeps rush off to iraq. Meanwhile the corrupt leaders laugh and rub gleeful hands at all the money they are making and at reducing the world's population.

So who's really benefitting from all of those wars you mentioned and what they are really all about, is anybody's guess

Can't see the colonial empire going to tanzania unless there was something in it for them

 

 

 

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Interesting opinion piece from John Ward's excellent blog, "The Slog," with a couple of revealing snippets of information namely about BBC and Sky...

 

The Truman show will continue without Boris

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John Ward

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From early on in his tenure at Number 10, Boris Johnson knew he was the star of The Truman Show. Quickly infected with Covid19 (probably deliberately during a Downing Street session that included Neil Ferguson) he ended up - thanks to his obesity - as a serious hospital case that attracted enormous public sympathy. Many among the cognoscenti suspect that he was made aware of his true position during that treatment, and I'm one of them. Numerous lifelong colleagues (most notably Toby Young) noticed a new Boris immediately afterwards. The PM soon confided in a few close journo buddies that he was "simply obeying orders". Almost overnight, his initial well-judged scepticism about Contrick19 turned into incredible appeals to the spirit of 1940, and the duty of all of us to pray for deliverance from this slayer of mankind via the heroic efforts of the globalist Pharma sector.

 

As the Jim Carrey film posited, his character Truman Burbank was 'chosen out of six unwanted pregnancies to be the first child legally adopted by a corporation'. We all deserve a sly giggle at that plot overture, given BoJo's tendency throughout adult life to impregnate conquests to such an extent, we all began to wonder if his plan was to breed his own electors. But the truth is that Johnson was adopted by the corporacrats - albeit a desperation, high-risk choice for the likes of Top Spook Mark Sedwill and his employers Rothschild Bank - following the failures of Cameron and May to keep Britain a minor colony of the EUNATO Empire.

 

Whereas Truman Burbank was an innocent not allowed abroad who finally grasped his life was nothing but a stage set - rejecting all caution to be a free man at last - Boris Johnson embraced his role as the Great Reset's von Ribbentrop apologist for all things totalitarian. To add another movie reference, there is Jason Robard's insistence throughout All the President's Men that Woodward and Bernstein should ask, "What did they know and when did they know it?" For way back then when the US Constitution was still in force, there was still a sense that the attempt by Nixon and his entourage to subvert democracy would surely collide with retribution.


I deem it to be self-evident that for at least two years BoJo knew the nature of the fictional Soap show that has been Viruvaxukraine....a Globe Theatre Production that will seamlessly morph into Climafoodwaterpox as and when needs dictate. There is but one one way that he could redeem himself; and that would be to spill the beans about the jailers in charge of his Open Prison.

He won't do that, because like his erstwhile chum Zelenskyy he has been enriched by his Satanic desertion of true humanity in favour of material deals with the self-styled demi-Gods secretly presenting The Truman Show. Nor will Sunak, Javid, Hancock, Truss or any other of the calumnous collaborators.

 

The contemporary "politics" of my homeland are of no relevance whatsoever until such time as there are clear signs of lackey defectors, and a broad electoral recognition of one simple fact: the New World Order is a didactically scripted and crudely directed dialogue designed to scorn the past and idealise the future.


If you find that too far through the Looking Glass, think on this: I know from the horse's mouth that the BBC and Sky knew the Prime Minister was to be fired before he did. And let's face it, the social media timelines confirm my source in full. If you can't recognise that as a coup d'état against elected officers in which the two key British broadcasting leviathans are fully complicit, then please don't ask me to kiss your elbow, as I don't trust your ability to tell it from your arse.

 

Here's something else I know from a time when some of my contacts were influential as opposed to either gaga or dead: David Cameron embarked during the 2011-13 period on a Grand Tour of the major EU capitals in a bid to warn them that, without democratisation of the EU's Fourth Reich directives bias, he could not guarantee to resist the UKip drive towards departure. To the last man and woman, they told him to go forth and multiply.

At the end of this stint, a good and respected senior Tory told me, "David, for all his hopelessly amoral pragmatism, was genuinely horrified by their arrogance." The infinite EUNATO inability to sniff the public mood resulted in a Brexit vote to Leave.

 

Cameron said, unequivocally, the day after the vote, that he would "of course" (as promised) stay in place to steer the Will of the People through Parliament. But the real power-brokers had other ideas. By the following Tuesday, the PM was mysteriously gone.

 

"They" preferred the stool-pigeon May...whose opponent Leadsome was blatantly threatened by British Security. Theresa May was installed without a single vote being passed as the new Prime Minister. Her abject failure to get beyond whore status with Brussels-am-Berlin (Merkel saw the iniquitous deal before the UK Parliament did) led to the rise of Boris the Spider....a man who became an at best very late convert to British Independence - who then sold it without losing a wink of sleep to the high rollers of Rothschild-sur-Davos.

 

Two days ago, I posted as follows on Twitter:

 

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It sank without trace. The real soft Soap on offer out there is still way beyond the ken of the electorates....starved of real news as they are by the mediamorlocks. If Steve Baker were to become Tory Leader, there might be a ray of hope. I'm not holding my breath.

The Truman Show is all set for another long run....

 

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3 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

I've travelled to sooo many foreign countries and i always find most peeps are oksy doksy, it's the corrupt leaders the politicians the governments the royals and the upper class snobs who are really behind all the problems. Most ordinary everyday working class peeps, who make up about 95% of the world's population, just want to take care of their families and live a nice quiet life.

 

 

 

I used to agree with that but I've spent too long working in Muslim countries to tell you that the problem is strictly the leaders.... A certain amount of cowardice, laziness and general willful ignorance is necessary in the people to allow the leaders to act in the criminal way they do.


Of course the same is true of every country in general. Our corrupt government just exploit the mental vices of the people to perpetuate their power..... and the people are too frightened to visualise any kind of alternative to the current system, whatever that may be.


Something is fundamentally wrong with humanity..... the problems we have with our leaders and countries is a reflection on what we have allowed to happen and our own moral cowardice and intellectual laziness.

 

Present company excepted of course.

 

 

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Yesterday morning one MP stood up in parliament and said that Boris Johnson should make a speech in the house first, not the media, and he felt the speaker would agree. On previous occasions during 'covid', I listened as the speaker scolded Boris (absently) for going straight to the media with those high drama press conferences.

 

Boris went directly to the press so many times, completely bypassing parliamentary process, and any opportunity for debate. I thought this was disgraceful, and yet another sign of an end to any respect to procedures, rules and traditions. The British way? At least as far as Boris was concerned. This has been an important point for me for so long. He got away with destroying a part of our system? Because covid was so important, above all else? It also allowed the resulting media storm to drown out any rational commentary and healthy balance, which would have, perhaps, helped to create some resistance

 

I'm trying to think what to compare it to for the sake of discussion. Perhaps going straight to the press, before the judge and jury in court?

 

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Jenny, a caller on Talkradio.

 

"Boris was in intensive care, I mean he could have died. Weve been through so much ... and the war in Ukraine. It's going to be expensive, and they could spend our money more wisely."

 

Mike: "Jenny who is dismayed, not angry" 

 

I thought evidence had come to light that Boris' covid and near death experience had been completely disproven? I'll have to search later. 

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A caller on Talkradio.

 

"It's about holding these people accountable. You can hold your MP to account"

 

Mike: 'I blame Tony Blair, he made people disinterested in politics because he made everything so bland. But there you go ..."

 

"So many people are so cheesed off they don't care who's in charge."

 

"Up untill a month ago he was never anywhere near getting removed." Untill Chris Pincher"

 

Kevin O'Sullivan " He didn't get it right with all the lockdowns ... it was crazy" (Kevin has been against restrictions for as long as I can remember)

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Here's a prime example of a disreputable old toe rag who should have been confined to a nursing home when they were culling the occupants...

 

"If Boris goes, Brexit goes, says Lord Heseltine" https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2022/07/07/lord-michael-heseltine-boris-goes-brexit-goes/

 

They're all crawling out of the woodwork and scuttling about making a nuisance if themselves.

 

What a bloody cheek to try to just overrule the public's opinion. They need reminding that they are public servants.

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5 hours ago, Observations said:

Yesterday morning one MP stood up in parliament and said that Boris Johnson should make a speech in the house first, not the media, and he felt the speaker would agree. On previous occasions during 'covid', I listened as the speaker scolded Boris (absently) for going straight to the media with those high drama press conferences.

 

Boris went directly to the press so many times, completely bypassing parliamentary process, and any opportunity for debate. I thought this was disgraceful, and yet another sign of an end to any respect to procedures, rules and traditions. The British way? At least as far as Boris was concerned. This has been an important point for me for so long. He got away with destroying a part of our system? Because covid was so important, above all else? It also allowed the resulting media storm to drown out any rational commentary and healthy balance, which would have, perhaps, helped to create some resistance

 

I'm trying to think what to compare it to for the sake of discussion. Perhaps going straight to the press, before the judge and jury in court?

 

 

Yeah, it was always funny how well in advance of these press conferences being called, most of the media had already detailed "what was expected to be announced".

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52 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Yeah, it was always funny how well in advance of these press conferences being called, most of the media had already detailed "what was expected to be announced".

 

And note that these so called 'press conferences' were held without anyone else being present in the room, so a lot of the 'motions' of 'seemingly' 'interacting' with an audience like, looking over the tops of glasses, scanning an empty room as though full to capacity and sucking on the arms of said glasses was all total bolloxs and theater of the worst kind by a bunch of out of work pantomime actors, i am convinced there is an underground bunker with a mock up of Downing St for such events when Cobra(now why does that hint at other connections to be made) is in force, yes your oh so caring government did a runner and left us all to it, because YOUR GOVERNMENT LOVES YOU AND ARE NOT COWARDS.

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18 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Sunak has officially put himself forward for the PM's job. What a shock. 😐

 

Already has a campaign video on the go which has had over 2 million views.

 

It's amazing how he has come from nowhere. Before he became Chancellor, I'd never heard of him.

 

The media dubbed him "Dishy Rishi".

 

Since learning about his wife, and how they both became so wealthy, I'm inclined to refer to him as "Rishi Rich".

 

Has former Deutsche Bank banker Javid put himself forward yet? The man who gave up a lucrative career in banking to "become an MP"?

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58 minutes ago, sock muppet said:

 

And note that these so called 'press conferences' were held without anyone else being present in the room, so a lot of the 'motions' of 'seemingly' 'interacting' with an audience like, looking over the tops of glasses, scanning an empty room as though full to capacity and sucking on the arms of said glasses was all total bolloxs and theater of the worst kind by a bunch of out of work pantomime actors, i am convinced there is an underground bunker with a mock up of Downing St for such events when Cobra(now why does that hint at other connections to be made) is in force, yes your oh so caring government did a runner and left us all to it, because YOUR GOVERNMENT LOVES YOU AND ARE NOT COWARDS.

 

well here's an article from 2016 about the pm's bunker, probably been upgraded since then:-

 

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/inside-prime-ministers-nuclear-bunker-8474816

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6 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Not sure if John Ward or many people know that Steve Baker MP fully supported vaccines

 

 

 

Antilockdown Steve, next day votes for the coranus act to be renewed..cuckedseravtive lap it up everytime.

 

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9 hours ago, Edgewood said:

 

I used to agree with that but I've spent too long working in Muslim countries to tell you that the problem is strictly the leaders.... A certain amount of cowardice, laziness and general willful ignorance is necessary in the people to allow the leaders to act in the criminal way they do.


Of course the same is true of every country in general. Our corrupt government just exploit the mental vices of the people to perpetuate their power..... and the people are too frightened to visualise any kind of alternative to the current system, whatever that may be.


Something is fundamentally wrong with humanity..... the problems we have with our leaders and countries is a reflection on what we have allowed to happen and our own moral cowardice and intellectual laziness.

 

Present company excepted of course.

 

 

I disagree with the idea that their is something wrong with humanity

 

we do not have control of the corporations and the machine. The machine is the problem.

 

something is clearly wrong with the machine and the world is awakening. hence TPTB is trying its best to contain us. It wont work

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Desmond Swayne is the only conservative that talks the talk, but like the rest doesn't walk the walk & is more theatrics & putting on a show on how things should be & how a politician thats not owned lock step should carry themselves. Ron Paul integrity.

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