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Just seen on the Jeremy vine show. They put a clip on of Trafalgar square, showing the police backing off from protesters, saying the police were attacked and hurt, the panel agreed and said the police have enough to deal with. Then started laughing at the fact that right said fred were there. They moved onto how to do a Long distance hug, and if you measure your arm and do the elbow greet, you might not be distanced enough.

Get me off this planet, I've seen enough.

Beam me up Scotty.

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On 9/27/2020 at 9:55 AM, Coldrum said:

Looks like the lady in green , went down on the ground twice , 

Interesting facebook comment https://t.co/OesuTQMpUR?amp=1

Watched this woman when she was sitting on a chair after the incident, something not right,  Fake Irish accent , talking about Banshees, wearing sunglasses and she looks like she bought her clothes from a charity shop to play the part of a old lady , strange mixture of clothes and odd boots , notice how she screams loudly to get attention when the cop throws her the in second clip , also the dancing on the chair was odd, looks like a set up.

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18 hours ago, Jack said:

LOL that was funny. if she hadnt fucked around asking for peoples, name location and occupation she may have got a word in 

Yes she always asks what's you occupation? In one interview she asked a man he continued to talk about why he was at the protest and then she asked him again. ' What's your occupation?'

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1 minute ago, Sexpistol50 said:

Yes she always asks what's you occupation? In one interview she asked a man he continued to talk about why he was at the protest and then she asked him again. ' What's your occupation?'

tbh, her interviewing technique needs a bit of work, it's not great and I get a bit irritated listening to them.8/10 for effort 6/10 for execution. I guess it takes a bit of getting used to operating the camera by yourself, reading the comments on the livestream and trying to interview people at the same time, but she did appear to be distracted in a lot of the clips that I saw.

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1 minute ago, Kala Namak said:

tbh, her interviewing technique needs a bit of work, it's not great and I get a bit irritated listening to them.8/10 for effort 6/10 for execution. I guess it takes a bit of getting used to operating the camera by yourself, reading the comments on the livestream and trying to interview people at the same time, but she did appear to be distracted in a lot of the clips that I saw.

 

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7 hours ago, oz93666 said:

Is that the worst there is , perhaps she did call DI a nutter , I don't know ...

 

This is what she said, oz:

 

"My mum says I should be careful about being associated with a nutter."

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HW1KLhnPZ1I

(7:08)

 

But she ignored her mum and tried to get an interview with him.

 

At 6.24 she says:

 

"Fear of shame and fear of death are the two things we're afraid of, David Icke says. I agree with him."

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30 minutes ago, Kala Namak said:

I'm a bit confused by the timeline of Heiko's arrests. 

It looks like he was detained twice. Were they both on Saturday? Which one was first, Speakers corner or Trafalgar Sq?

 

It would be interesting to see if any reason is given by the Met for his detention.

 

See my thread. Arrested only once in Hyde Park afaik

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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24 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Great article on BBC news for a change. Story tells of contact tracing employees having little or nothing to do. Maybe because it’s all bullshit!

 

I can back that story up.

 

A bloke who lives over the road from me, his son got a job as a contact tracer after he had been sent home from University in March. Said he had made about 4 phone calls in as many months...

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11 minutes ago, kj35 said:

She was I saw her on the live feed

 

@kj35  @Sexpistol50  @Athenry04  there's also a short Twitter vid of her 'in action' on the front line.  Was this designed to mess with the minds of the rally attendees?  Whilst I've not watched every vid covering all rallies, this is certainly the only time I've seen a female in the TSG.  She's considerably shorter than her male colleagues, why is she not wearing a cap like her colleagues and also where's her muzzle?  What's her background I wonder?  This really bothers me, is her presence supposed to 'deter' any potential trouble ie most men wouldn't inflict violence on a woman or are we supposed to feel sorry for her?  Whatever the reason, it stinks.

 

Regardless I do believe that everyone who attended needs to make a complaint to the head of plod (sorry, don't know the hierarchy but definitely not Cressida Dick) and copy in their MP.  Post comments in mainstream newspapers.  They need to be called out on this thuggish behaviour.  

 

Also, please watch the Kate Shemirani vid that I linked to.

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2 hours ago, Jack said:

I like Doug Murray, he talk a lot of sense.

 

Talk Radio has been the only station challenging the GOV on any steps taken.

 

 

Thanks

 

It's obvious the police were told to go softly, softly at the BLM and Extinction Rebellion protests, whereas they charge in assaulting

anti Covid protesters.

 

So the tptb favour BLM and climate change activists and also transgengers. This is their agenda

 

On the 12th September there was a transgender protest, with little or no social distancing, but no riot police attacked them

 

Little social distancing as thousands attend London Trans Pride protest

 

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Police to start coronavirus HOME checks: Officers will launch drive to enforce self-isolation rules this week with spot visits to people's houses and £10,000 fines - as Tory revolt over 'draconian' restrictions grows

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8778807/Police-officers-start-coronavirus-self-isolation-spot-checks-HOMES.html

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