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39 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

In a different way, the morbidly obese health minister from Belgium

 

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41 minutes ago, Pina Colada said:

In a different way, the morbidly obese health minister from Belgium

 

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Thyroid problem,hope she hasn't made any plans for christmas,i don't think she's going to see it

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Yes. and the fat cow is promoted by the media as "Belgium's most loved politician" She should fuck off to Swaziland and compete with "The Great She-Elephant of Swaziland" (The King's mother)

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10 hours ago, Morpheus said:

It's not a criticism, it just surprised me at the time because I felt it was good information. No slight on you. 😎👍

Awh that's okay. I didn't want to take credit for something already posted :)

Was an eye opener, the Moderna website. Bladdy scary stuff right there! 

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8 hours ago, Prometheus said:

I've faced racism all my life, however I don't identify with those who believe they can't be happy until others treat them differently. Grow up and take responsibility, you're not in chains and you can achieve but blaming society is a cop out just as is blaming ones parents. It makes no difference because no one else can define you and if society does define you, then you infant, you'll never be able to change.

 

No one tells me who or what I am and no racist beliefs others hold can define me. Grow Up!

 

Out of likes; spot on.

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15 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

 

Thyroid problem,hope she hasn't made any plans for christmas,i don't think she's going to see it

 

If she had a swollen thyroid problem she may never know. 

 

Oh sorry I meant lymph nodes. 

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13 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

 

Thyroid problem,hope she hasn't made any plans for christmas,i don't think she's going to see it

She's been Minister of Health for years now. Setting a good example to the plebs. Probably eats a kilo of spaghetti, 2 jars of peanut butter and a couple of kilos of Belgium Chocolates, for snacks between meals.

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4 hours ago, ally_uk said:

Had a discussion with a dude yesterday who said I was very cynical and stupid to think the government want to cull the population.

 

He said 80% already have had the jab..... 

 

He said yes a few scientists or idiots are speaking out who would you rather trust 1% of these scientists or 99% of other medical professionals.

 

Went on to say the 5G theory is nonsense and that the great reset and cashless society and transhumanism is just normal it's called technology evolving and we are entering the 4th industrial revolution.....

 

Went on to say you haven't worked in a Covid ward and see the misery people are passing away and my anti stance is pissing him off....

 

There are a zillion holes you could pick in their arguments but the one I always throw out to my brainwashed chums (because it's all there to see on the msm, which they lap up) and have yet to hear anything approaching a persuasive answer is why they have had to set the bar so low (death within 28 days of a positive test, and even then it's with not of) -  if we are in the midst of a serious virus? All you have to say to this guy is - if they'd applied the same criteria to flu deaths (ie death from flu within 28 days of a positive test) over the years we would've had pandemics coming out of our arses.

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31 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

 

Thyroid problem,hope she hasn't made any plans for christmas,i don't think she's going to see it

A whole village could live off her for a week or so, you know, if things get that bad by Christmas.

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1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Thats just brought a memory back,i was sitting outside at a carvery in N Wales about 8 years ago with about 15 work colleages ,heard a crash and a car did exacly that and landed on a table where a family was sitting,by some miracle the worst injury was a broken foot !

Wow. Glad no one was seriously injured!

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2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

Another BBC presenter has died this time aged 53

 

The newspaper article doesn't specify the cause of death which is a bit strange. If for example he had died of cancer they would have said something like 'died after a short battle with cancer'...

 

Unless of course he has died of something sensitive like HIV we have to wonder if he has died after taking the covid injections. Was the first BBC presenters death not initially reported the same way until her family came out publically and said they believed it was the covid injections that killed her?

 

Will we see this guys family do the same? 53 is awfae young...

BBC radio presenter Dom Busby dies aged 53 as his former teacher Stephen Fry pays tribute to 'delightful, bubbly, charming and smart' ex-pupil

  • Presenter Dom Busby's death was announced on Radio 5 Live this morning  
  • Stephen Fry wrote that he is 'terribly saddened by the news' of his death  
  • BBC Radio Sussex shared pictures of Mr Busby from his time at the station  

By Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline

Published: 18:27, 10 June 2021 | Updated: 18:27, 10 June 2021

BBC radio presenter Dom Busby has died aged 53 after a short illness and his former teacher Stephen Fry has led tributes to his 'delightful, bubbly, charming and smart' ex-pupil.   

The presenter's death was announced on Radio 5 Live this morning by Shourjo Sarkar, who said his thoughts were with Mr Busby's family.

Stephen Fry wrote: 'Terribly saddened by the news of Dom Busby's death. 

'I had the honour of teaching him (and his rascally brothers) many, many years ago. 

'He was as delightful, bubbly, charming and smart then as he was throughout his career.'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9673501/BBC-radio-presenter-Dom-Busby-dies-aged-53-former-teacher-Stephen-Fry-pays-tribute.html

 

 

Short illness eh. Jabbed in March.

 

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14 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

It brought quite a few memories back,in fact so many i've just applied for a job because of it,if i get the job its your fault ;-)

Sorry in advance if you get the job! 😄

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5 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

Sorry in advance if you get the job! 😄

Thank you.You do realise that in the unfortunate event i do get it you will have to become my unlucky mascot and live on the rear view mirror of my car and fill in copious lottery tickets on demand

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14 minutes ago, Moon Monkey said:

Short illness eh. Jabbed in March.

 

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hmmm.....i'm outta likes but nice find

 

Lets hope his family step forward and reveal the truth like the other presenters family did because in order to make informed choices we need the full data and that means honesty when it comes to these matters

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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

hmmm.....i'm outta likes but nice find

 

Lets hope his family step forward and reveal the truth like the other presenters family did because in order to make informed choices we need the full data and that means honesty when it comes to these matters

Most people blindly believe in coincidences even after injury. Covidian brains works on different waves.

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47 minutes ago, Human10 said:

Most people blindly believe in coincidences even after injury.

 

yeah they are those kooky coincidence theorists...

 

those mask wearing nutjobs think everything's a coincidence!

 

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Covidian brains works on different waves.

 

well its like the chicken and the egg isn't it?

 

were they brain damaged before the covid jab and that's why they took it or did the jab damage their brain?

 

obviously it could be both but their brain must have been leaning too much to one hemisphere of the brain prior to the jab to have accepted it. A person using both hemispheres of their brain wouldn't accept so much as a cup of tea from bill gates let alone an experimental mRNA gene therapy injection...

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7 hours ago, bluey bluey said:

After caring for my sister since i was 12 years old (she died frightened and alone in hospital last year) I have recently moved to sheltered accommodation. I have no family and friends but have settled here and really love it. I love organising all events etc. however yesterday I was asked  for proof of my vaccination prior to a day trip out. I explained my reasons for not having the jab and was told i was the only one in the flats and i could not join the excursion.

 

Have been sent to Coventry today and feel depressed, even suicidal, but i will never compromise my beliefs.

I wish i could meet like minded people, but have mobility problems and no transport. This site is the only thing that keeps me sane, thank you.

 

Out of reactions; you certainly are not alone; in this ‘realm’ or any other positive ones 🤗

Try not to feed the ‘trolls’ - negative archontic dickheads, with negative emotions; that’s their aim, and their ‘fuel’.

 

Take care love; we are with you.

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2 hours ago, Pina Colada said:

In a different way, the morbidly obese health minister from Belgium

 

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

 

get your ass to mars!

 

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😄  Was also reminded of Total Recall by that pic. She also looks a bit like 'Butterball' from the Hellraiser films;

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