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So, finally Rishy makes way and opens the door for Starmer to take the reins, the sheeple get the opportunity to take part in the illusion that their vote actually makes a difference, and the press get 2 months of endless speculation instead of doing some real reporting into things that actually matter.

If you think it's bad now, things are about to get a whole lot worse!

 

https://news.sky.com/

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25 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Time to go into hiding.

 

We all know it’s going to be a shitshow of epic proportions 

 

Id advise finding solitude in nature, enjoy your garden and gardening, don’t watch the news

 

I think your safest bet is to go to a communist country aside from Russia & China. There are five countries remaining.

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1 hour ago, DaleP said:

 

I think your safest bet is to go to a communist country aside from Russia & China. There are five countries remaining.

 

There will be nowhere to escape to. The digital prison is being built worldwide National digital identity system: Australia to introduce digital ID within weeks. Benefits, how it would work, release date| Explained (9news.com.au)

 

By 2030 (unless people make a stand) it will be over.

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Isn't worth voting. all parties have the same policies. woke, LBQGT, net zero and climate change., as mentioned above digital ID

I think everyone knows it's going to be starmer.

and tony blair rumoured to be taking over from klaus schwab as wef boss, therefore starmers boss.

It's checkmate.

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34 minutes ago, dumbcritic said:

 

There will be nowhere to escape to. The digital prison is being built worldwide National digital identity system: Australia to introduce digital ID within weeks. Benefits, how it would work, release date| Explained (9news.com.au)

 

By 2030 (unless people make a stand) it will be over.

 

But at least the communist countries are not part of the Rothschild empire hence they won't be included. It's hard work living in Amazon jungle, on the water though. You should see the amount of mosquitosm, ants, aligators, pirahna to name a few. 😮

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2 hours ago, factJack said:

Isn't worth voting. all parties have the same policies. woke, LBQGT, net zero and climate change., as mentioned above digital ID

I think everyone knows it's going to be starmer.

and tony blair rumoured to be taking over from klaus schwab as wef boss, therefore starmers boss.

It's checkmate.


That would be like hell.


The politics in this country is dead. Broken. Corrupt. Rigged.

 

A two party system where each party that gets in takes away more rights than the party before.

 

Complete waste of time voting. Like being forced to choose from Jimmy Saville or Gary Glitter to babysit your kids.

 

checkmate indeed.

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Interesting to hear on the radio news this morning how the infected blood scandal has already been memory-holed...

I think we also need to be on the lookout for any laws or bills being rushed through Parliament before it gets dissolved... 🤔

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11 hours ago, factJack said:

Isn't worth voting. all parties have the same policies. woke, LBQGT, net zero and climate change., as mentioned above digital ID

I think everyone knows it's going to be starmer.

and tony blair rumoured to be taking over from klaus schwab as wef boss, therefore starmers boss.

It's checkmate.

 

10 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

But at least the communist countries are not part of the Rothschild empire hence they won't be included. It's hard work living in Amazon jungle, on the water though. You should see the amount of mosquitosm, ants, aligators, pirahna to name a few. 😮

Isn’t labour communist? They’re definitely socialist. 
 

The last time they were in power they flooded the country with free cash. 
 

Yes with starmer and Blair at the helm, it’ll be a nightmare that we’ve never seen before.

I get the feeling if both do get power, then there’ll be a rash of terrror incidents, like one a month, with crippling new environmental/net zero policies and cbdc making it impossible to exist without a couple of hundred grand in your bank account. Add a few extreme weather events and a new pandemic into the mix and it’ll take us nicely to 2030, where things will be completely unrecognisable.


They’ll preach liberty and freedom and free speech whilst suppressing all of it 

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13 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said:

Interesting to hear on the radio news this morning how the infected blood scandal has already been memory-holed...

I think we also need to be on the lookout for any laws or bills being rushed through Parliament before it gets dissolved... 🤔

yep I heard they’re beavering away at this right now. I don’t know what they’re trying to pass though 

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5 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

 

Yes with starmer and Blair at the helm, it’ll be a nightmare that we’ve never seen before.

good its the only way for the masses to see it.

it needs to get so bad the normies suffer then we might see a rising up.

then again i thought the suffering of the plandemic might do it but it didnt.

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Another thing-

 

I don’t know if any of this was planned or deliberate, but was genius if so-

 

Yesterdays press conference announcing the general election, showed the general public a prime minister with absolutely no control over his immediate environment.

 

It was pissing it down, with rishis suit jacket getting all wet and shiny, and there was D-Reams ‘Things can only get better’ (an anthem that labour used to get into power last time around) blasting out in the background, drowning out everything he was saying. 
He can’t control the weather, or protect himself from it, he can’t control noise levels so we can hear him speak, or control the people who are around him. 
The whole thing was to make him appear weak.

Conversely, it was one of his best speeches, and he came across strong willed and defiant. 

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2 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

 

Isn’t labour communist? They’re definitely socialist. 
 

The last time they were in power they flooded the country with free cash. 
 

Yes with starmer and Blair at the helm, it’ll be a nightmare that we’ve never seen before.

I get the feeling if both do get power, then there’ll be a rash of terrror incidents, like one a month, with crippling new environmental/net zero policies and cbdc making it impossible to exist without a couple of hundred grand in your bank account. Add a few extreme weather events and a new pandemic into the mix and it’ll take us nicely to 2030, where things will be completely unrecognisable.


They’ll preach liberty and freedom and free speech whilst suppressing all of it 

Labour has been taken over I believe so Tory or Labour.....doesn't matter.

 

As for free cash, we are under Tory right now and people have received free cash...thanks to the new illuminati who went ape shit.

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3 hours ago, 1velocity7 said:

good its the only way for the masses to see it.

it needs to get so bad the normies suffer then we might see a rising up.

then again i thought the suffering of the plandemic might do it but it didnt.

I wish I could share your optimism, but the normies will do as they’re told as they’re sycophantic masochists. 
If there’s no one to tell them what to do then they’ll implode and probably euthanise themselves. 
Theyre pissed that the vax didn’t kill enough of them , so naturally they want more. You can see them asking for more everytime you go to the shops or watch television. 
There they are, just asking for it 

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4 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

Interesting to hear on the radio news this morning how the infected blood scandal has already been memory-holed...

I think we also need to be on the lookout for any laws or bills being rushed through Parliament before it gets dissolved... 🤔

 

"Big Brother Watch" (who I don't trust) say the same:

 

"The Government has been sneaking in a financial snoopers’ charter through parliament – powers to continuously, repeatedly spy on all of our bank accounts on the premise of looking for welfare fraud and error.

 

The spying treats us like suspects – guilty until proven innocent.

 

We’ve exposed in parliament and the press how these draconian powers are nothing more than a full frontal attack on ALL of our financial privacy.

 

Just last week, we stood where Rishi Sunak stood today on the steps of 10 Downing Street to deliver a petition on behalf of an incredible 170,000 of you, urging the Government to drop these dangerous bank snooping powers.

 

But by cutting parliament short, outstanding bills will be rushed through with snap votes.

 

The bad news is that, if we do nothing, mass bank spying powers could be racing into UK law within days.

 

The good news is that, if we take action in thousands, we CAN defeat these bank spying powers. MPs have strong negotiating power in this scenario – and if we pressure them now, they could refuse to nod through the bank spying powers."

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On 5/23/2024 at 3:12 PM, Grumpy Grapes said:

 

"Big Brother Watch" (who I don't trust) say the same:

 

"The Government has been sneaking in a financial snoopers’ charter through parliament – powers to continuously, repeatedly spy on all of our bank accounts on the premise of looking for welfare fraud and error.

 

The spying treats us like suspects – guilty until proven innocent.

 

We’ve exposed in parliament and the press how these draconian powers are nothing more than a full frontal attack on ALL of our financial privacy.

 

Just last week, we stood where Rishi Sunak stood today on the steps of 10 Downing Street to deliver a petition on behalf of an incredible 170,000 of you, urging the Government to drop these dangerous bank snooping powers.

 

But by cutting parliament short, outstanding bills will be rushed through with snap votes.

 

The bad news is that, if we do nothing, mass bank spying powers could be racing into UK law within days.

 

The good news is that, if we take action in thousands, we CAN defeat these bank spying powers. MPs have strong negotiating power in this scenario – and if we pressure them now, they could refuse to nod through the bank spying powers."

 

 

Apparently Big Brother Watch's campaign succeeded.

 

"🚨News: We've defeated the Government's plans to spy on all of our bank accounts

Dear friends,

We've just had a phenomenal victory against the Government's plans to sneak in powers to spy on all of our bank accounts on the premise of detecting welfare fraud and error.

THANK YOU for taking action!

🎉YOU DID IT!🎉

 

You've been with us relentlessly campaigning against these mass bank account scanning powers from the beginning.

Thank you to each one of 170,000 of you who signed our petition.

Thank you to each one of you who wrote to your MP demanding their attention to this crucial issue.

Thank you to each one of you who helped us spread our vital message on social media.

 

These proposals were Orwellian, cruel and intrusive in the extreme. But together with Disability Rights UK, Winvisible, Public Law Project and 40 other rights groups, we stopped these mass bank spying powers in their tracks.

Our relentless efforts to stop these hidden powers added to the Data Bill have resulted in successfully dumping the Bill itself."

 

P.S: We have HUGE NEWS!  Tonight at 10.30PM, BBC Newsnight will cover some groundbreaking campaign news from us, so make sure to tune in!

 

 

I still don't trust Big Brother Watch.

 

 

 

 

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On 5/22/2024 at 11:20 PM, factJack said:

Isn't worth voting. all parties have the same policies. woke, LBQGT, net zero and climate change., as mentioned above digital ID

I think everyone knows it's going to be starmer.

 

The mainstream Establishment parties mostly have the same agenda-pushing policies, Labour, Conservatives, LibDems, Greens, and to an extent the 'nationalist' parties such as Plaid Cymru and SNP - I don't know enough about the Northern Irish parties to cast judgment to be honest.

 

But there are a plethora of other smaller parties that do reject such policies.

 

 

On 5/23/2024 at 1:37 AM, Mazthehobo said:

A two party system where each party that gets in takes away more rights than the party before.

 

Complete waste of time voting. Like being forced to choose from Jimmy Saville or Gary Glitter to babysit your kids.

 

 

Only a waste of time if you vote for one of the Establishment parties.

 

The media do a very good job of fooling/tricking people into believing they only have a choice between Labour and Conservatives, and of course this is how the 'status quo' is maintained. Even the LibDems and Greens get scant media coverage now, and it seems that any potential televised 'leaders debates' will only bother featuring Sunak and Starmer, just to reinforce this message.

 

There will of course be candidates from other parties standing at this election, as well as numerous independents. Why not give them your vote instead?

 

The status quo is only maintained while a majority of the minority of people who go and vote put their X on the ballot paper next to Labour or Conservative.

 

The media have been conditioning people for months into believing that they need to vote Labour to "get the Tories out" so that 'change' can happen. New puppet, new party, but not much will really change.

 

The only way that change will really occur is if the 'silent majority' get off their backsides on polling day and go and vote for someone else from another party or for a good independent instead.

 

If you don't, then others will. Mark my words, wait and see how well Galloway's Workers Party will do, as they hoover up the Muslim vote, believing they are 'lending their vote to Gaza', but in reality are just allowing the Communists into parliament.

 

The system is crooked, and it has been designed this way to keep the tyrants in power all under the cloak of 'democracy'. Not voting, or spoiling your ballot, won't change a thing, we can only hope to vote our way out of this mess by playing the system at its own game.

 

 

On 5/23/2024 at 1:38 PM, DaleP said:

Labour has been taken over I believe so Tory or Labour.....doesn't matter.

 

Any political party that has a "Friends Of Israel" group attached to it, is compromised, in my opinion.

 

That goes for Conservatives and Labour, not sure about others, I know that even UKIP had one, don't know if they still do.

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Perhaps, based on his Hidu background, he is not as evil as Tony.

Even Bojo was not favoured hence they stopped him the 2nd time.

 

That's it, we all need to migrate to a communist country and be happy. 😁

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

The mainstream Establishment parties mostly have the same agenda-pushing policies, Labour, Conservatives, LibDems, Greens, and to an extent the 'nationalist' parties such as Plaid Cymru and SNP - I don't know enough about the Northern Irish parties to cast judgment to be honest.

 

But there are a plethora of other smaller parties that do reject such policies.

 

 

 

Only a waste of time if you vote for one of the Establishment parties.

 

The media do a very good job of fooling/tricking people into believing they only have a choice between Labour and Conservatives, and of course this is how the 'status quo' is maintained. Even the LibDems and Greens get scant media coverage now, and it seems that any potential televised 'leaders debates' will only bother featuring Sunak and Starmer, just to reinforce this message.

 

There will of course be candidates from other parties standing at this election, as well as numerous independents. Why not give them your vote instead?

 

The status quo is only maintained while a majority of the minority of people who go and vote put their X on the ballot paper next to Labour or Conservative.

 

The media have been conditioning people for months into believing that they need to vote Labour to "get the Tories out" so that 'change' can happen. New puppet, new party, but not much will really change.

 

The only way that change will really occur is if the 'silent majority' get off their backsides on polling day and go and vote for someone else from another party or for a good independent instead.

 

If you don't, then others will. Mark my words, wait and see how well Galloway's Workers Party will do, as they hoover up the Muslim vote, believing they are 'lending their vote to Gaza', but in reality are just allowing the Communists into parliament.

 

The system is crooked, and it has been designed this way to keep the tyrants in power all under the cloak of 'democracy'. Not voting, or spoiling your ballot, won't change a thing, we can only hope to vote our way out of this mess by playing the system at its own game.

 

 

 

Any political party that has a "Friends Of Israel" group attached to it, is compromised, in my opinion.

 

That goes for Conservatives and Labour, not sure about others, I know that even UKIP had one, don't know if they still do.


I hear what you are saying, but it’s crooked for being more than a two party state.

Its outdated. It’s out of touch and it’s out of ideas.

If I vote I am participating in a farce. 
Where elected people have to swear allegiance to an unelected monarch and then have to appear at question time which is supervised by a man sitting in a big green chair shouting “order, or-or-order!”

And if they get past all that pantomime The House of Lords can still put a stop on it anyway.

 

Bin the monarch. Bin the House of Lords. Bin the silly traditions and maybe I’ll participate.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:
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The only way that change will really occur is if the 'silent majority' get off their backsides on polling day and go and vote for someone else from another party or for a good independent instead.

 

No, change will occur when people realise that others don't have the (moral) right to rule them.

 

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The system is crooked, and it has been designed this way to keep the tyrants in power all under the cloak of 'democracy'. Not voting, or spoiling your ballot, won't change a thing, we can only hope to vote our way out of this mess by playing the system at its own game.

 

When enough people realise the above, those parasites that rule the rest of us can be ignored out of existence. They can't ever be voted out of existence.

 

 

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19 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:


I hear what you are saying, but it’s crooked for being more than a two party state.

Its outdated. It’s out of touch and it’s out of ideas.

If I vote I am participating in a farce. 
Where elected people have to swear allegiance to an unelected monarch and then have to appear at question time which is supervised by a man sitting in a big green chair shouting “order, or-or-order!”

And if they get past all that pantomime The House of Lords can still put a stop on it anyway.

 

Bin the monarch. Bin the House of Lords. Bin the silly traditions and maybe I’ll participate.

 

 

Lately, the Lords seem to have more common sense than the other lot. Perhaps because they are not dependent on the part leader fore their jobs.

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