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3 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

Did he know that pharma are serial jabbers? That the first one would be a precedent to many many more intrusions into his body for nefarious purposes? Thus far all I got were flouride stares suggesting this serial jabbing.

He gets the flu vaccine for asthma, but manages to smoke 5 or 6 joints and 10 fags a day 🤷‍♂️

I am always  loyal to friends but there's only so much we can do.

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1 minute ago, shadowmoon said:

He gets the flu vaccine for asthma, but manages to smoke 5 or 6 joints and 10 fags a day 🤷‍♂️

I am always  loyal to friends but there's only so much we can do.

I hear that, chum.

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On 5/4/2021 at 1:01 AM, whatthefoxhat said:

I always believed Michael Jackson was an example of when an anal bleaching goes horribly wrong Wonder what Bubbles the chimp thought ?

 

Do you think it was beastiality, or do you think wacko jacko just didn't give a fuck what bubbles thought and just shagged him anyway.

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On 5/4/2021 at 1:43 AM, Bullion said:

Uh oh, you’re playing with fire bro, once any rabid Jackson fans on here get wind of this.... actually he probably died of COVID, it’s as good as the other official narrative

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Don't know what he died of, some say he turned his back on the  * system *  so they offed him. Once you're in, you're in for life. Don't feel sorry for him though, feel sorry for all the kids he molested . Not to mention bubbles who always looked nervous when jacko was around, poor bastard.

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10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

I've heard it said that there wasn't any mass violence in britain in the bronze age and that something changed in the iron age that lead to more warlike behaviour

There’s a lot of evidence out there that Old Britain was relatively peaceful. Obviously had issues to resolve on occasion, but seems that outside interference was responsible for a lot of the problems.

Even when you look at some of the islands there is a lot of technological advancement. Would have been difficult with too much time living in fear. IMO

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10 hours ago, zArk said:

Tsarion --- Irish origins of civilisation

 

A big read but I think fills in the gaps of History

 

The influence that destroyed Eygpt and Rome came back west to destroy the Pagans

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6 hours ago, RobinJ said:

 

Kate Garraway was always a vacuous, talentless tart. I always found her tone to be patronising and condecending.

Par for the course with the media!

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6 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

They never apologize, and the hylic NPC masses never notice.

It reminds me of my school days. I’d written something offensive about a teacher on a bit of paper. Got caught but nothing was said. Months later in trouble for a different matter and my head of house produced this old piece of paper to use against me as well.

Think that’s much the same now with covid. Everything is potential ammo for  “our rulers,” just waiting for the time to make best use of it

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19 hours ago, Bullion said:

I rarely watch tv but I wouldn’t expect to find anything intellectual coming from ads. Our stuff basically follows the American model, so whatever the bright sparks deem works over there flows on through to us. I haven’t had the same experience as you, I’ve found most people I talk to are thinking for themselves and are prepping for the worst. I find in general people aren’t as naive as they used to be when it was all fun in the sun and bbqs. I think the anti American sentiment has really had an impact over here, we see whats gone on in the US and I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve heard “we don’t want Oz to become like the US“, so its made people aware and mindful.

Do you really think so ? I find the opposite ,people say they dont want to be like America but are quite happy to watch reality TV ,Netflix, Gogglebox and other rubbish  etc and the accent in Australia has changed over the years ,Ive noticed especially in young  people so they no longer sound Australian .But then Im cynical .

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7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

They never apologize, and the hylic NPC masses never notice.

 

Doom monger FBPE 🇪🇺 establishment weirdos who infest twatter..(((spawn of Satan)))

 

Yesterday was Pressfreedumbday.🤢

 

 

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13 hours ago, Mr Chinnery said:

 

Exactly

 

Waving homemade cardboards placards and getting kettled in to an area to be controlled by the police isn't going to change anything. There are pied pipers controlling these protests.

 

Turning up and targeting the perpetrators would be better, BBC, Sky studios, Imperial College. People must know where the likes of Neil Ferguson live?

So who are the Pied Pipers ? I though the last big rally in London proved you can get the numbers but I too have doubts about the family day out ,music and singing atmosphere of these marches . How many of those in the last march would be capable of physically fighting back ,if required, because I think it will come to that if people really want things to change .Ive read a lot of comments on social media from those who say dont use violence its "what they want " implying peaceful protest is the only way . David Icke himself says all we have to do is say no ,that non compliance is the answer but it seems so many are ready to comply .

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Michigan mother-of-four, 35, dies from brain blood clot 11 days after receiving Johnson & Johnson shot

  • Anne VanGeest, 35, from Easton Township, Michigan, received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on April 8
  • She developed a nonstop headache and was eventually taken to Mercy Health Saint Mary's hospital, where she died April 19
  • Her death certificate listed her cause of death as  an 'acute subarachnoid hemorrhage,' meaning a blood clot burst, causing bleeding around the brain 
  • The CDC received a report of VanGeest's death, but has not said whether it has opened an investigation
  • It comes after a pause was lifted on the J&J vaccine was lifted following blood clot concerns, mostly in women under age 50 

By Mary Kekatos Senior Health Reporter For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:11, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 22:49, 4 May 2021

The family of a Michigan woman says she died 'as the result of complications after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.'

Anne VanGeest, 35, a mother-of-four from Easton Township, was given the one-shot immunization on April 8, reported WOOD TV.

Five days later, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended a temporary pause of J&J over blood clot concerns. 

VanGeest's family said that within a few days, she developed a nonstop headache. 

She eventually was taken to Mercy Health Saint Mary's hospital in Grand Rapids,  where she died April 19, 11 days after her inoculation. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9542101/CDC-investigates-death-Michigan-woman-died-blood-clot-11-days-receiving-J-J.html

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11 minutes ago, Outsider said:

This isn't the slightest bit sinister....notice the heavy handed symbolism of 3 waves on the backdrop sign.

Posing in triangular formation too...

BB1gndKt.jpg

 

Wish I'd been there with a bowling ball

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1 hour ago, jack121 said:

 

Don't know what he died of, some say he turned his back on the  * system *  so they offed him. Once you’re in, you’re in for life. Don't feel sorry for him though, feel sorry for all the kids he molested . Not to mention bubbles who always looked nervous when jacko was around, poor bastard.

On this thread we’re talking about a manufactured crisis that those in power are using to transform society and control all remaining inhabitants, so don’t you think those in power could manufacture Jackson’s situation. Things are rarely as they appear, he put himself in a position that is frowned upon and the media made it look dirty, but what if they threatened to kill his mother or something like that, when ‘you’re in’ they own you and you’ll play your role at Neverland or suffer consequences. I bet he hated the ‘system’ and resisted as far as he could, why else would they have gone after him so much and thoroughly destroyed his reputation. I did feel sorry for him, what I saw was someone in a lot of pain and despite all of the success, he rarely looked happy.

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On 5/1/2021 at 8:15 PM, Morpheus said:

Is that right? 

 

Well I wish they'd have done that test on me rather than shoving a BBC film crew down my neck instead. 👍

It's not the bacteria that the test detects but the gases given off by their "digestion"

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1 hour ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

Do you really think so ? I find the opposite ,people say they dont want to be like America but are quite happy to watch reality TV ,Netflix, Gogglebox and other rubbish  etc and the accent in Australia has changed over the years ,Ive noticed especially in young  people so they no longer sound Australian .But then Im cynical .

I reckon you’d find me not ‘sounding Australian’, I think those in rural areas sometimes sound different to city dwellers, I mean real country country, not just those who commute every day to the city. Immigration probably has a lot to do with it, other than indigenous, we’re all from elsewhere. I think the ‘typical Aussie’ impression that peeps overseas have, is that of a cattle farmer or sheep station owner.... that’s vastly different to city Aussies.

 

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