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4 hours ago, Claire said:

So, I know there have been reports of woman suffering irregular and heavy periods. Well as of late since my coworkers took the shot and I had not my periods changed to being lite and painless. I usually have heavy painful cycles so this is nice, but still concerning....


I'm someone who has dx endometriosis so heavy painful periods.

Since Easter mine (excuse detail) less painful but passing huge and I mean huge clots.

Disgusting but less hassle overall.

So overall better!!!

I have tried to ignore as thought was disinformation, but sadly cannot ignore or tell myself is not true any more.

Very concerning overall.

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1 hour ago, Pina Colada said:



So if you're pregnant and your uterus spills its contents, is that harmless?

I know someone who had Pfizer first two periods after were very heavy massive clots. Then after the 2nd shot on the same day she started to bleed (5 days early) and just bled for about 12 days….. also in lots of pain more than than usual. Not harmless at all.

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Some brilliant investigation again from UK Column who have, in today's broadcast, explored the use of the 5 year average in ONS statistics. They have reported this with reference to a FOI request to the ONS dated July 2020 asking for the methodology as to how the 5 year average number of deaths is calculated.




The reply from the ONS was that:



The five-year average number of weekly deaths are calculated by adding together the deaths for each week over the specified five-year period and dividing by five to get the average.


But UK Column have revealed that the ONS are using the same 5 year average for 2021 that they used in 2020. This can't be a mistake as this is the bread and butter of the ONS.


So why are they doing this? They must want to, in 2021, compare the excess mortality against an artifically low average (excluding the use of the 2020 rates in the 5 year average) as a manipulation of statistics to make the situation appear worse than it is. This must be in order to continue to justify restrictive measures and the need for vaccines.


They start to cover this from 51:20 into the BitChute video linked below.




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9 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Can pin that straight on your tit. 


Alternatively, they could have magnetized it so it can be placed on the precise location of the injection.


Sorry, repeated

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A £21 million contract has been awarded by the Department for Health and Social Care to HH Associates for the "printing and mailing of secure Covid-19 vaccination paper documentation". The term of the contract is for 1 year from 10th May 2021 to 9th May 2022. Nothing to see here of course.






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Had to go up London Bridge way today for an MRI. The first two images are from my local bus stop, Wimbledon Parkside, think it holds the title of the most expensive street in England or did at one time. Anyway, some good soul has done the deed on all the bus stops along Parkside and someone has tried to scrape them off. Must have been some foaming at the mouth Covidian who tried to scrape the stickers off as a pro would have done a better job!


On the way home on the tube a woman got on who had that 'political' look. She handed out leaflets and put one on the seat next to me. Before I had the chance to read it she was halfway down the carriage. The leaflet is posted below. I wanted to speak to her but the carriage was pretty busy and it was interesting seeing the reactions to the leaflet from other passengers.


One woman ripped up the leaflet in disgust and then put all the bits in her handbag! That made me guffaw! Talk about about stomp your feet and throw your toys out the pram! The image of her fishing out all the bits of the leaflet when she got home made me laugh even more. It's poetic justice when virtue signalers shoot themselves in the foot!


Sorry for the poor picture quality, I was using a dumbphone.


Looks like the leaflet is a Piers Corbyn thang: letlondonlive.org










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On 4/20/2021 at 8:34 PM, Macnamara said:

I have looked into it and i found a guy online who says he did successfully not register his own child years ago and he occaisionally pops up and gives advice about these sorts of matters


It sounds like somethings work whilst others don't. The guy i mentioned above said that this guy basically mounted the wrong defence


I've tried to search for that guy but can't find him. It looks like the algorithms have been tweaked because i can't find anything coming up by private citizens. All i get are reams and reams of government weblinks, charities and NGO's


I'm pretty sure i saw that guy pop up recently and say something about that lady citing magna carta in defence of keeping her salon open but can't find it....strange....the internet is changing...


The bernician....it was the bernician:

Reflection Upon Refusing To Register A Birth

In the shadow cast by the nationally reported case, regarding the recent high court decision that a father was not entitled to refuse to register the birth of his child, I have been asked my many people to express my comments, given that my wife and I successfully did so, almost a decade ago.

Having read the entire case, this is what the father argued:

1. That registration of the birth would make the child the property of the capricious state.

2. That doing so would be akin to entering the baby’s name on a ship’s manifest, on the high seas of the maritime jurisdiction, where they would become ‘lost at sea’.

3. That the Cestui Que Vie Act 1666 prescribes that after people and property are lost at sea for seven years they are considered legally dead, which allows the crown to seize control over them, under maritime salvage laws.

4. That we are all sovereign and bound under the common law to simply do no harm and that registration would be harmful to the child by turning him into a dead legal entity, subject to the control of the corrupt state.

Dismissed On Welfare Ground

The judge dismissed these passionately delivered arguments on the unsafe ground that it would cause harm to the child’s welfare if the birth was not registered, in that he would allegedly not be entitled to the rights and benefits of citizenship.

This, of course, my wife and I [and many others] have already proven to be nothing more than hearsay, given that no unregistered children of British nationals fail to obtain UK citizenship, a passport, free healthcare or an education.

In theory, the only thing lost is their parent’s right to claim state benefits, but I know that in at least one case benefits were still obtainable for an unregistered British child.

However, it must also be stressed that, whilst the father in the above case was undoubtedly right about the capricious state seeking legal jurisdiction to determine the life of his child, as well as the sovereignty of the people and the golden rule of common law, his argument was, nevertheless, fatally flawed.

This sadly resulted in the judge ruling that the state could register the birth as his child’s “institutional parent”, on the basis that the boy’s mother did not object to them doing so, despite also refusing to do it herself.

Critical Elements

When my wife and I were presented with the same argument the judge relied upon by the Registrar of Births and Deaths in 2010, having already created a Private Family Trust, the critical elements of the administrative process we used were:

a. A declaration of our superior guardianship rights, thereby preventing the state’s intervention as an “institutional parent”.

b. The granting into private trust of the information pertaining to our daughter’s birth, which precluded us from disclosing it to the state.

c. Averring that our child was entitled to all the rights and benefits of being born a British national, merely by virtue of being born on these shores to British parents.

Without those three elements in place, the father’s argument was never going to succeed, but it was also significantly hampered by the all too common misinterpretation of the Cestui Que Vie Act 1666.

A Cestui Que Vie Is Not A Trust

As a matter of fact, the act was brought into being because of mass lobbying on behalf of the widows of men who died fighting in wars overseas, whose property was being stolen from their wives and children by unscrupulous landlords.

From the Cestui Que Vie Act 1666:

“Cestui que vie remaining beyond Sea for Seven Years together and no Proof of their Lives, Judge in Action to direct a Verdict as though Cestui que vie were dead. If such person or persons for whose life or lives such Estates have beene or shall be granted as aforesaid shall remaine beyond the Seas or elsewhere absent themselves in this Realme by the space of seaven yeares together and noe sufficient and evident proofe be made of the lives of such person or persons respectively in any Action commenced for recovery of such Tenements by the Lessors or Reversioners in every such case the person or persons upon whose life or lives such Estate depended shall be accounted as naturally dead, And in every Action brought for the recovery of the said Tenements by the Lessors or Reversioners their Heires or Assignes, the Judges before whom such Action shall be brought shall direct the Jury to give their Verdict as if the person soe remaining beyond the Seas or otherwise absenting himselfe were dead….”

Widow’s Remedy

The act provided a remedy which prescribed that the property of a person who was presumed to be dead, after seven years overseas and no evidence of life being forthcoming, could be claimed by their surviving wives and children.

The ‘lost at sea’  were called Cestui Que Vies – beneficiaries of a Cestui Que Trust, which operated in their absence to protect and preserve their estate.

From Bouvier’s Law Dictionary:

CESTUI QUE TRUST, A barbarous phrase, to signify the beneficiary of an estate held in trust. He for whose benefit another person is enfeoffed or seised of land or tenements, or is possessed of personal property. The cestui que trust is entitled to receive the rents and profits of the land; he may direct such conveyances, consistent with the trust, deed or will, as he shall choose, and the trustee (q. v.) is bound to execute them: he may defend his title in the name of the trustee. 1 Cruise, Dig. tit. 12, c. 4, s. 4; vide Vin. Ab. Trust, U, W, X, and Y 1 Vern. 14; Dane’s Ab. Index, h. t.: 1 Story, Eq. Jur. 321, note 1; Bouv. Inst. Index, h. t.

CESTUI QUE VIE. He for whose life land is holden by another person; the latter is called tenant per auter vie, or tenant for another’s life. Vide Dane’s Ab. Index, h.t.”

Fatally Flawed

Bouvier’s definitions clearly establish that if a person [meaning the flesh and blood in this case, since a fiction has no life to lose] who has beneficial interest in property held on these shores, abandons that property for a period of at least seven years, they are considered legally dead.

This happened frequently during past centuries, when men were sent to foreign shores to fight unjust wars for despotic monarchs and their private vested interests.

The Cestui Que Vie [the owner of the abandoned property concerned] was considered legally dead for the purposes of proceedings for the recovery of such property, for and on behalf of the other beneficiaries to their estate.

More often than not, the claimants were the wives and children of casualties of war. The act also served much the same purposes in relation to the Fire of London of the same year, 1666.

However, whilst the act does pertain to the legal presumption that a real man or woman is dead, it can ONLY be presumed in the event that there has been no evidence of their life on these shores, for a period of at least seven years.

A Distinguishable Case

Nevertheless, in the event the father in the case above had argued that no unregistered British children of the parents who used our process [of a version of it] have suffered any loss of the rights to citizenship, a passport, free healthcare or education, his argument would have been sustainable, in spite of its flaws, since the judge only had the jurisdiction to rule what he did to protect the child’s welfare.

It must also be wholeheartedly stressed that the decision prohibiting the father from refusing to register the birth of his child is entirely distinguishable from our administrative process.

The Registrar elected not to challenge us in court because he could not prove we had not been endowed with superior guardianship rights by the Creator of the Universe; or that we were not prohibited from registering under private trust; or that not doing so would cause any harm or loss to our daughter.

Moreover, when the council’s welfare officer paid her last of three visits when she was three years old, she described her as “remarkably intelligent, charming and obviously thriving, in every sense”, which prompted the smiling woman to suggest that we might well be paving the way for the future of parenting.

Joie De Vivre

Almost seven years later, our home-educated daughter is already a prize-winning still life artist, who loves animals, the great outdoors, the books of Tolkien, playing the piano, swimming, gymnastics, trampolining, dance, drama, crafting, creative writing and chess.

She is also a gold, silver and bronze medalist in regional and national Taekwondo and Kick-boxing competitions, who is due to earn her first black belt on her tenth birthday.

In other words, she’s a an autodidactic, supremely confident, proper little Ninja, in peak physical, mental, emotional and spiritual condition. It is both a constant joy and a privilege to be her father. 

She lives and loves every moment of her life to the full, makes friends wherever she goes and can hold intelligent conversations with people of any and all descriptions, on a myriad of subjects.

Without doubt, she is living proof that the welfare of a British child is immaterial to whether their birth was registered, as everybody who has spent time in her wonderful company would testify.


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Some more good stuff from UK Column's broadcast today from 1:00.




Another FOI request has revealed an interesting admission from MHRA.




MHRA were asked, on 4th May 2021, about the meaning of some of the terminology used in the Pfizer / BioNTech Covid mRNA vaccine clinical trial C4591001. The FOI request asked the following about the wording used in section 'Exposure During Pregnancy'.




The reply from MHRA dated 19th May 2021 states:





MHRA gave emergency approval to the injection on the basis of the outcomes of the clinical trial but are saying that they didn't actually read it! Yet MHRA cite trial C4591001 precisely 21 times in their 'Public Assessment Report' into the temporary authorisation of the Pfizer / BioNTech injection but haven't assessed its contents...



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