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16 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

It can't be real can it?

 

Can we get some verification? Because if we can there's a lot of news outlet that could be flooded.


While l'm sure he gets up to much worse things in private, l don't believe he'd do this on a busy public beach.

 

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20 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

oooh, that.

 

That's going to stay imprinted.

 

It can't be real can it?

 

Can we get some verification? Because if we can there's a lot of news outlet that could be flooded.

I don't care if its real or not the laugh it gave me was priceless,especially the knobsock

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6 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I dont have a link but it was from one of the many telegram groups,the world doctors alliance,the white rose chat or freedom warriors and considering the speed with which they move at i'll let you go and find the link yourself

 

She posted a week ago and nothing since ? hmmm maybe her relatives dont have her password to switch the account off

Sorry but if you're gonna post stuff in the forum at least cite your sources and maybe check it's legit.

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5 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I don't care if its real or not the laugh it gave me was priceless,especially the knobsock

 

we do need to try and keep things tight though

 

we don't want to be like the corporate media and pass around lies and misinfo

 

its ok to have a laugh but be clear about it if something isn't real and just for a laugh

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On 5/21/2021 at 1:08 AM, Macnamara said:

 

we've been washed out before...

 

“You have learned by actual experience how different freedom is from slavery. Hence, although some among you may previously, through ignorance of which was better, have been deceived by the alluring promises of the Romans, yet now that you have tried both, you have learned how great a mistake you made in preferring an imported despotism to your ancestral mode of life, and you have come to realize how much better is poverty with no master than wealth with slavery.

let us, I say, do our duty while we still remember what freedom is, that we may leave to our children not only its appellation but also its reality.

For, if we utterly forget the happy state in which we were born and bred, what, pray, will they do, reared in bondage?”

“All this I say, not with the purpose of inspiring you with a hatred of present conditions – that hatred you already have – nor with fear for the future – that fear you already have – but of commending you because you now of our own accord choose the requisite course of action, and of thanking you for so readily cooperating with me and with each other.

Let us show them that they are hares and foxes trying to rule over dogs and wolves.”

-Boudicca’s Speech to Her Warriors Ad 61

 

hard times...

A third of Roman slaves working on a British farm were decapitated by soldiers practicing ‘extreme discipline’, archaeologists claim

  • Archaeologists dug up Knobb's Farm in Cambridgeshire from 2001 and 2010 
  • The farm helped supply grain and meat to the Roman army in 3rd century Britain
  • This would have placed it under more scrutiny than other occupied regions
  • Researchers say 33 per cent of the deaths were from execution compared to about six per cent in most previously discovered Roman cemeteries  

By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline

Published: 10:14, 31 May 2021 | Updated: 09:01, 9 June 2021

Decapitated bodies found at a burial site likely belonged to slaves who were victims of the Roman army carrying out 'extreme justice', archaeologists claim. 

The team excavated three third century cemeteries with bodies decapitated and buried in a prone position at Knobb's Farm in Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

There were an 'exceptionally high' number of bodies found without a head at the site, that was a Roman military farm settlement and 33 per cent had been executed.

Several of the bodies had been buried in the position they died - kneeling after being struck from behind with a sword, the Cambridge University team found.    

The fact a third of those buried at this site, that would have once supplied the Roman military operating in the region, is 'exceptionally high,' according to the team.

Apparently just six per cent of most Roman British cemeteries include people who were executed, suggesting those at this site were treated with 'extreme justice'. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9636201/Roman-farm-slaves-decapitated-archaeologists-claim.html

Shackled skeleton discovered by workmen building a home extension in Rutland is of a Roman slave who was thrown in a ditch 1,800 years ago and is an 'internationally significant' find

  • The slave was found by builders working on a home extension in Great Casterton
  • Evidence suggests he was buried informally in a ditch rather than a proper grave
  • It's the first burial of a man wearing lockable ankle fetters found in Roman Britain

By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline

Published: 09:40, 7 June 2021 | Updated: 13:19, 7 June 2021

Archaeologists have identified an 'exceptionally unusual' skeleton of a Roman slave in Rutland, who could have been a criminal thrown to a degrading death. 

The adult male was found buried in a ditch, secured at the ankles with a locked set of iron fetters, which indicates 'ill will' from those who had power over him at the time he died, according to experts. 

He was discovered in an 'awkward' burial position – slightly on his right side, with his left side and arm elevated on a slope – which suggests he was disposed of informally in a ditch rather than a proper grave.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9659363/Skeleton-Roman-slave-bound-shackles-discovered-Rutland.html

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5 hours ago, Human10 said:

In Poland when I didn't want to vaccinate my daughter I told doctor that many dangerous drugs were used by doctors in the past considered safe - like mercury. She told me 'these experiments need to be done on someone" 🥴

 

Hopefully the insensitive cow puts herself forward for the task.

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1 hour ago, Ed8 said:

Sorry but if you're gonna post stuff in the forum at least cite your sources and maybe check it's legit.

Simple answer NO its up to you to do that not sit there demanding sources,go use a search engine but don't sit there making demands that people provide YOU with information,if you think something is untrue go and find out and come back with an argument to refute it,dont come back and say 'she posted on facebook a week ago'; thats hardly proof of anything,and more importantly why is it so important to you ? please explain im intrigued

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

 

hard times...

A third of Roman slaves working on a British farm were decapitated by soldiers practicing ‘extreme discipline’, archaeologists claim

  • Archaeologists dug up Knobb's Farm in Cambridgeshire from 2001 and 2010 
  • The farm helped supply grain and meat to the Roman army in 3rd century Britain
  • This would have placed it under more scrutiny than other occupied regions
  • Researchers say 33 per cent of the deaths were from execution compared to about six per cent in most previously discovered Roman cemeteries  

By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline

Published: 10:14, 31 May 2021 | Updated: 09:01, 9 June 2021

Decapitated bodies found at a burial site likely belonged to slaves who were victims of the Roman army carrying out 'extreme justice', archaeologists claim. 

The team excavated three third century cemeteries with bodies decapitated and buried in a prone position at Knobb's Farm in Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

There were an 'exceptionally high' number of bodies found without a head at the site, that was a Roman military farm settlement and 33 per cent had been executed.

Several of the bodies had been buried in the position they died - kneeling after being struck from behind with a sword, the Cambridge University team found.    

The fact a third of those buried at this site, that would have once supplied the Roman military operating in the region, is 'exceptionally high,' according to the team.

Apparently just six per cent of most Roman British cemeteries include people who were executed, suggesting those at this site were treated with 'extreme justice'. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9636201/Roman-farm-slaves-decapitated-archaeologists-claim.html

Shackled skeleton discovered by workmen building a home extension in Rutland is of a Roman slave who was thrown in a ditch 1,800 years ago and is an 'internationally significant' find

  • The slave was found by builders working on a home extension in Great Casterton
  • Evidence suggests he was buried informally in a ditch rather than a proper grave
  • It's the first burial of a man wearing lockable ankle fetters found in Roman Britain

By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline

Published: 09:40, 7 June 2021 | Updated: 13:19, 7 June 2021

Archaeologists have identified an 'exceptionally unusual' skeleton of a Roman slave in Rutland, who could have been a criminal thrown to a degrading death. 

The adult male was found buried in a ditch, secured at the ankles with a locked set of iron fetters, which indicates 'ill will' from those who had power over him at the time he died, according to experts. 

He was discovered in an 'awkward' burial position – slightly on his right side, with his left side and arm elevated on a slope – which suggests he was disposed of informally in a ditch rather than a proper grave.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9659363/Skeleton-Roman-slave-bound-shackles-discovered-Rutland.html

And in 2000 years the slavery just moved a few miles to Leicester,who'd a thunk it

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16 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Simple answer NO its up to you to do that not sit there demanding sources,go use a search engine but don't sit there making demands that people provide YOU with information,if you think something is untrue go and find out and come back with an argument to refute it,dont come back and say 'she posted on facebook a week ago'; thats hardly proof of anything,and more importantly why is it so important to you ? please explain im intrigued

I did search it - not a single news article. Looked at her Facebook - she's been posting since last week. Not a single comment on any of her facebook posts about condolences.

 

It's important to me because there's so much fake shit out there (especially in the telegram groups you refer to) and this forum seems to sift through that BS (for the most part). So the way it works is you post things that are true or provide the source when that truth is uncertain. Don't copy and paste random crap from telegram groups and pass it off as fact. And if you do post fake news, at least have the decency to retract it, rather than defend it.

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2 hours ago, Ed8 said:

I did search it - not a single news article. Looked at her Facebook - she's been posting since last week. Not a single comment on any of her facebook posts about condolences.

 

It's important to me because there's so much fake shit out there (especially in the telegram groups you refer to) and this forum seems to sift through that BS (for the most part). So the way it works is you post things that are true or provide the source when that truth is uncertain. Don't copy and paste random crap from telegram groups and pass it off as fact. And if you do post fake news, at least have the decency to retract it, rather than defend it.

 

Out of reactions, I agree with you.

 

Im sure I’ve even seen it posted by mods here in the past to post a valid source.

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I don’t know if anyone here has ever watched Jeff Berwick of dollar vigilante videos, but imo they’re very good.

 

Lots of good info, and he’s not into serious, which is a bonus, and Lucy, another bonus.

 

And if you’re not into crypto currency, which I’m not, just ignore those bits.

 

Like Icke, he’s got it right; there is no virus.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/g9m8N6kNqrB9/

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34 minutes ago, blowonthepie said:

I don’t know if anyone here has ever watched Jeff Berwick of dollar vigilante videos, but imo they’re very good.

 

Lots of good info, and he’s not into serious, which is a bonus, and Lucy, another bonus.

 

And if you’re not into crypto currency, which I’m not, just ignore those bits.

 

Like Icke, he’s got it right; there is no virus.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/g9m8N6kNqrB9/

ha, hes my daily news source. some of the best content around.

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