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12 hours ago, Yoyo said:

... Don’t pay your bills is just another get jabbed, pot banging load of bollocks. Stay real and remember, they want to collapse society. Don’t join in ...

 

Thank you, yes, they certainly need us to jump aboard. 

 

Every news channel is promoting the don't pay 'movement' - and the energy crisis - and fear fear fear distraction ...

 

The media is going 1000 miles an hour now.

 

So many interesting soundbites of course, here's just one;

 

"The government should put their hand in their pocket and pay people's bills"

 

March 2020 - People are dying 

August 2022 - People are struggling 

 

Anyone would think these are new things, but yes, they broadcast it loud and clear when they're setting the traps.

 

Three times I heard about a zombie government and even a zombie shopping centre. 

 

 

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Interesting part of the ongoing crisis script ... that Liz Truss and Sunak are said to be in favour of either tax cuts or grants / handouts, respectively.

 

"The problem is we are in the middle of this leadership campaign." ( The process cannot be speeded up, even in an emergency, etc ) It's part of the Conservative constitution.

 

"They know the hardship people are facing" ... "Consider what package you can afford. Having spent 400 billion on the pandemic, and then Ukraine, there's not much room for manouevere. The government can't help everyone. People are going to have to get used to it. It's importent to help those really in need."

 

Geoffrey Clifton Brown MP

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Observations said:

Interesting part of the ongoing crisis script ... that Liz Truss and Sunak are said to be in favour of either tax cuts or grants / handouts, respectively.

 

"The problem is we are in the middle of this leadership campaign." ( The process cannot be speeded up, even in an emergency, etc ) It's part of the Conservative constitution.

 

"They know the hardship people are facing" ... "Consider what package you can afford. Having spent 400 billion on the pandemic, and then Ukraine, there's not much room for manouevere. The government can't help everyone. People are going to have to get used to it. It's importent to help those really in need."

 

Geoffrey Clifton Brown MP

 

 

 

It's criminal that our Government have kept throwing money at Ukraine, like we were wealthy rather than up to our eyeballs in debt, without any consultation with the public, in my opinion. Same with the US. I don't believe the majority of Americans are in favour, but Biden won't stop.

 

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3 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

It's criminal that our Government have kept throwing money at Ukraine, like we were wealthy rather than up to our eyeballs in debt, without any consultation with the public, in my opinion. Same with the US. I don't believe the majority of Americans are in favour, but Biden won't stop.

 

Yes, it's the same old, isn't it? I wouldn't mind a penny for every time I've heard the mention of Ukraine, and I say that as someone with Ukraine roots. These countries are always used and thrown aside. I heard again last week that we're the 5th richest country. I detest globalisation. If you work out the debt of the UK and USA and divided it per head? The figures are astonishing. Someone  in the media finally mentioned the cost of the new debt already, when you add on the current interest rates. 

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I'm particularly interested in the warnings of the cost of energy bills. A lot of the same language as with convid. Prices could rise to this amount in October and January!! We must do something before it's too late!! No not we. The government must save us 😉 

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29 minutes ago, Observations said:

Interesting part of the ongoing crisis script ... that Liz Truss and Sunak are said to be in favour of either tax cuts or grants / handouts, respectively.

 

"The problem is we are in the middle of this leadership campaign." ( The process cannot be speeded up, even in an emergency, etc ) It's part of the Conservative constitution.

 

"They know the hardship people are facing" ... "Consider what package you can afford. Having spent 400 billion on the pandemic, and then Ukraine, there's not much room for manouevere. The government can't help everyone. People are going to have to get used to it. It's importent to help those really in need."

 

Geoffrey Clifton Brown MP

 

 

aint it funny how the 1922 committee talk the talk after the event and seemingly have no clout at all in the middle of the trouble.

 

when bojo was shifting from herd immunity to lockdown ( after the macron phone call) where was the 1922 talking sense? 

 

did 1922 push back against the commie sage , nervtag and some cabinet members?

 

gobshites or master tacticians in the background?

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11 minutes ago, Observations said:

I'm particularly interested in the warnings of the cost of energy bills. A lot of the same language as with convid. Prices could rise to this amount in October and January!! We must do something before it's too late!! No not we. The government must save us 😉 

its all temporary to create a behavioural and social change

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I've been curious about the use of small energy companies, it appears they were deliberately used to distract people in recent years, to waste their time doing price comparisons, and changing companies. Those companies will go bust, and I think it's OFGEM that chooses which company the customer goes to. I heard a man on the radio say he's now back with British Gas. It's all very wizard of oz, man behind the curtain? I guess if people do not pay their bills, that will just help these companies go bust sooner. Not to mention what one media mentioned as 'real world problems', and knock on effects, including credit ratings, if you do not pay your bills.

 

( Where was the support to resist masks, lockdowns, tests, work contract changes, pub and shop closures etc? And the supermarkets making a fortune from llockdowns and the price of petrol? )


What is the purpose of Ofgem?


"Ofgem is the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets. Our role is to protect consumers by working to deliver a greener, fairer energy system. Our organisational strategy and objectives for protecting consumers, supporting decarbonisation and improving the energy system."

 

"The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) regulates the monopoly companies which run the gas and electricity networks. It takes decisions on price controls and enforcement, acting in the interests of consumers and helping the industries to achieve environmental improvements."

 

 

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That woman, the awful behavioural scientist was on TV constantly and then last week it was a BS on climate change. Now Gordon Brown makes his announcement and he has 'no skin in the game' apparently 🤔 Angela Rayner praising him today. She's the voice of the people as she's nice and common just like us 😆 (oops sorry)

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2 hours ago, Observations said:

I've been curious about the use of small energy companies

the whole idea was bollocks from the utilities act . Did scottish power lay a cable from aberdeen to my house in manchester? it was a load of cobblers 

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Rishi Sunak; we are going to leave people at the risk of real destitution.

 

He could have said that about furlough?

 

He could have said that about people getting a fair wage?

 

He could have said that about many things. 

 

I would like to hear some interviews with the middle class / small to medium business owners, and what they have to say. There are so many categories of people that we are not hearing from. All I hear is the sick, the vulnerable, the elderly, the poor. At least in lockdown I would hear from a cinema owner, or a medium size pub chain owner, some of the back bone of our society?

 

Our country was pretty much working well, before the deliberate destruction over the decades, a lot of which has come to the boil recently, of course. It used to be a chiselling away at our structures, and then it was a steam roller. 

 

 

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On 8/10/2022 at 3:29 PM, Observations said:

I'm particularly interested in the warnings of the cost of energy bills. A lot of the same language as with convid. Prices could rise to this amount in October and January!! We must do something before it's too late!! No not we. The government must save us 😉 

 

Exactly the phrasing Neil Ferguson used with his "fag packet" computer modelling which "predicted" 450,000 deaths might occur if we didn't lock the country down... the reality was very different.

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An interesting snippet from a long article published by The Exposé - https://expose-news.com/2022/08/11/government-is-trying-to-kill-you/

 

The Cost of Living Crisis: Malnutrition, Disease & Starvation

In the UK, the cost to fill up an average family car with petrol recently surpassed £100. The public is being told this is being driven by war in Ukraine and moves to reduce Europe’s dependence on Russian oil. But if this were true, how do you explain this

 

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Crude Oil Prices
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As of June 2022, the price of crude oil per barrel is $120.67, and the average price per litre of petrol in the UK is £1.85p.

 

But back in June 2008, the price of crude oil per barrel was $187.04, and the average price per litre of petrol in the UK was £1.04p (source).

 

So as things stand, the price per barrel of crude oil is 35.4% down from the price in 2008, but the price per litre of fuel is 78% up from 2008.

 

Can you see now how you are being lied to when the Government and mainstream media tell you that these rising costs are due to the war in Ukraine?

 

The truth is that the spiralling cost of fuel to get you from A to B and the hideous cost of gas and electricity to heat and light your home is being manufactured alongside food shortages.

 

Why? Because poverty increases the risk of death and disability from non-communicable diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes (source). And increased energy and food prices lead to the elderly and vulnerable having to choose between heating and eating. Meaning more people are going to die, in effect reducing the world’s population.

 

 

 

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Common people” are right to be fearful of a future in which they will be made “redundant“, according to World Economic Forum (WEF) advisor Yuval Noah Harari, who said “We just don’t need the vast majority of the population” in the early 21st century given modern technologies.”
 

https://anonymouswire.com/wef-advisor-common-people-should-live-in-fear-we-dont-need-the-vast-majority-of-you/

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"Net zero has dramatically increased the cost of our electricity, over the last 15 years, and the a Conservatives have been negligent" (etc), and "they blame it on Ukraine" - Richard Tice on Talkradio a few days ago.

 

I also heard somewhere ... Most experts say ... because of the effects of climate change ... wild fires in the UNESCO region of ... drought continues to effect any areas of Europe ... the UK is also feeling the heat ... it's a global problem, it's not just us ...

 

At least people are finally openly discussing the green energy tax. Although I appreciate that it's part of the script and that we are 'allowed' to discuss it now to create unrest, worry and misery.

 

I look at netzero, not as saving the world from certain destruction! But as a product that we are forced to buy. The monopolies - in cahoots - have invested in something extortionate and wasteful, knowing that we would have to pick up the tab.

 

The pandemic was a clever, but obvious training exercise for the climate change agenda.

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I was very glad to catch this early one evening, last week.

 

This is a screenshot of the BBC show "The Context", which had a feature on the latest AI chat bot technology. I look out for 'fake' comments in newspapers, etc, and I believe that most social media hate crime BS, is just another war on the people. Would they still get away with dividing 'us' if more people knew that they're either arguing with a computer, or criticising a computer for offending someone. 

 

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Q) What do you think of The context on BBC?

 

A) Never heard of it. But don't watch TV much anyway, since there's nothing on but news about Trump and all that nonsense. 

 

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