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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

How often do you see some local news article where it merely states something along the lines of "police have closed off a busy city centre street while they attend to an 'incident'"?

 

Around 5 years or so before the COVID lockdowns the term lockdown, like in U.S. penitentiaries, started being used in UK news reports instead of a police cordon/closed off etc.  I felt at the time it was ominous to where it would lead, conditioning people to the term lockdown for supposed public safety.

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14 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

To the Village, as predicted in the 1967 TV series The Prisoner, with local only taxis.

 

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'The Prisoner' (1967) was all about real world metaphors and, from memory, McGoohan himself said he was very concerned about the erasure of the individual by the collective.

 

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Anyhow, what you said reminded me of the following 'Guards in Nic village' recent headline. You then have the word 'Wired' at the top of the page, in relation to the Brit Awards, and a 'The Full Monty' (Big reveal?) reference in the high heating bills article. I am sure that some, on various threads, on various internet forums, will at least feel relieved that they can leave their socks on.   

 

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12 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

That has pretty much convinced me that this is indeed a massive psy-op, and this poll is merely to determine how many people are so easily absorbed by or distracted by the 'latest thing' in the media. Consider this possibility: this Nicola Bulley doesn't exist, she never went missing, this story is a complete fabrication, her 'husband' and 'friends' are just actors, and this is all a media 'charade' to test how people will believe what the media tell them to believe, because only 'they' are the arbiters of truth. It's a fictional soap opera script being played out via the mainstream media.

 

I think, without doubt, this case is now a massive psyop. It's just a a matter of whether it was pre-planned or not. I did also 'consider', at least something along the lines of, the scenario you posited myself. The truth is probably somewhere in between. 

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8 hours ago, Fluke said:

Cant beat ole vera. 

Course you can, all you need is a cricket bat, or an old snooker cue, a plain old scaffold pole,  or even grandma's old walking stick, anything at all that would make it's mark on 'The Crowman's mother' would do the trick!👍🤫 Paul Kay the actor who played Vera's old forensic expert, used to play a comedy role as a roving reporter called Dennis Pennis who crept up to people at parties and social events , and interviewed up themselves 'celebs and stars' and made them look twats! He was a funny character and he always made me laugh!

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19 minutes ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Course you can, all you need is a cricket bat, or an old snooker cue, a plain old scaffold pole,  or even grandma's old walking stick, anything at all that would make it's mark on 'The Crowman's mother' would do the trick!👍🤫 Paul Kay the actor who played Vera's old forensic expert, used to play a comedy role as a roving reporter called Dennis Pennis who crept up to people at parties and social events , and interviewed up themselves 'celebs and stars' and made them look twats! He was a funny character and he always made me laugh!

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He was very funny, his early life on wikipedia follows the usual route though.

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33 minutes ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

Something else that's bugged me...why do all of her photos look like they could've been taken on the same day?

 

You reminded me Waldo, that the video below shared by SuperstarNeilC, says on screen "the same expression in all". I would say that it sure looks like nearly all. And one looked superimposed perhaps. 

 

On 2/12/2023 at 1:08 AM, SuperstarNeilC said:

 

 

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5 hours ago, Velma said:

The psy-op flopped, the YouGov poll must have indicated nobody's interested, because the "story" is not in the BBC news today.

 

Not so fast, Velma. There was a reference, to all of the yellow ribbons being left at the alleged scene of Nicola's disappearance, on 'BBC News At One' today.

 

 

 

5 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

They're having an urgent scriptwriters meeting. New BS probably due later or tomorrow.

 

I don't know. Looks like a winding down of sorts to me. Does anyone think, 'officially' at least, that Nicola is ever going to be found? Whether dead or alive.

 

 

 

4 hours ago, Saved said:

 

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Are they benevolent aliens though? And do they bring new vaccines with them? On 'ITV Lunchtime News' today, there was a weird reference about the general public seeing an increasing amount of UFOs in the skies of late. The way the newsreader delivered the line was just weird.  

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10 minutes ago, factJack said:

The police woman doing the press conferences looks like a total doppelganger of the lead investigator in the 2014 movie gone girl. I've never watched this movie in full but features camp sites, cctv man by some sort of water search,  totally bizarre coincidences. Can you believe it?

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1 hour ago, numnuts said:

 

Not so fast, Velma. There was a reference, to all of the yellow ribbons being left at the alleged scene of Nicola's disappearance, on 'BBC News At One' today.

 

 

 

 

I don't know. Looks like a winding down of sorts to me. Does anyone think, 'officially' at least, that Nicola is ever going to be found? Whether dead or alive.

 

 

 

 

Are they benevolent aliens though? And do they bring new vaccines with them? On 'ITV Lunchtime News' today, there was a weird reference about the general public seeing an increasing amount of UFOs in the skies of late. The way the newsreader delivered the line was just weird.  

Things aren’t going well in Ukraine for the cabal … the real economic is tanking and they are falling back on bullshit about aliens and women disappearing. Thin stuff tbh. They’ve lost the plot and want everyone else too.

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26 minutes ago, Dagon44 said:

Things aren’t going well in Ukraine for the cabal … the real economic is tanking and they are falling back on bullshit about aliens and women disappearing. Thin stuff tbh. They’ve lost the plot and want everyone else too.

They’re fill in stories to keep the mass hypnosis going before the next great atrocity/disaster/disease outbreak/war etc etc.  Keeps everyone tap tap tapping away burning data and electricity, good for their businesses!
Im so bored of it all I can hardly be bothered to write this senten

 

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