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2 hours ago, Lord Humungus said:

I'll bet everything I have this article is completely made up.

 

Like the Daily Express front page today which claims that the majority of the public support tougher anti-virus measures to stem the rise in cases. Some 60% of respondents to a poll backed stricter measures, the paper says.

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38 minutes ago, Jack said:

Listen at 13.41 on the clock 

Gail calls in

 

She's in tears because of the treatment her father is getting, he's 82

 

She blames Bill Gates and gets cut off

 

 

 

 

I've never liked Ian Collins. I remember when he was on the old Talk Radio and they had David Icke on the James Whale show, I  do recall that Collins had a pop at  Icke. Horrible man.

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Hancock said on Sept 22nd that they may have to introduce a "circuit break" at half-term as a "last resort."

 

That means they will....

 

Scotland's half-term starts today and the new ridiculously stringent measures kick in tonight at 6:00pm.

 

Perfectly timed to ruin another school holiday for families.

 

England's half-term is not for another week or two, so you know what to expect. Lockdown with a new name!

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Metaspiral said:

Local furlough will pay two thirds of wages at firms forced to shut.

100 / 3 = 33.33333333333

33.33333333333 X 2 

 

= 66.66666666666667

 

Satan is paying your redundancy ,sorry i mean "furlough"

 

NOTHING TO SEE HERE. :)

 

 

Bit off-topic but does anyone know a bit more about the significance of the number 33? Obviously the 33rd degree of freemasonry is the best-known symbolic example of it.

 

Is it because because it's impossible to properly factor it into the number 1? You're always left over with the extra .3333333..... which never ends, meaning something is lost in translation and exists on a level we are unable to perceive. That's just my personal thoughts, I really don't know.

 

Numerology is fascinating, would love to learn more about it.

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1 hour ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

 

I've never liked Ian Collins. I remember when he was on the old Talk Radio and they had David Icke on the James Whale show, I  do recall that Collins had a pop at  Icke. Horrible man.

 

i remember that twat from the 80s/90s he sounds very MSM 

i thought Collins was boring i preferred "caesar the geezer" he was more entertaining

the sidekick character Ian Collins played on the caesar show was "yob" he was so cheesy and cringeworthy 

 

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12 minutes ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

i remember that twat from the 80s/90s he sounds very MSM and plummy 

i thought collins was boring i preferred "caesar the geezer" he was more entertaining 

 

I phoned in to Ceaser the geezer once, I thought he was funny. Those were the days! What you could get away with on radio then. Now it's so heavily regulated by Ofcom. 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

Like the Daily Express front page today which claims that the majority of the public support tougher anti-virus measures to stem the rise in cases. Some 60% of respondents to a poll backed stricter measures, the paper says.

 

Probably 60% of about 200 respondents. Doesn't really represent the view of the WHOLE population though.

 

Opinion polls are meaningless. "Tyranny of the minority".

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52 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

 

Bit off-topic but does anyone know a bit more about the significance of the number 33? Obviously the 33rd degree of freemasonry is the best-known symbolic example of it.

 

Is it because because it's impossible to properly factor it into the number 1? You're always left over with the extra .3333333..... which never ends, meaning something is lost in translation and exists on a level we are unable to perceive. That's just my personal thoughts, I really don't know.

 

Numerology is fascinating, would love to learn more about it.

 

Not sure if anyone has seen the new mcdonalds advert on tv, advertising uber eats as their delivery people.

 

The door number

 

33 

 

Unbelievable

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The chart below has been circulating on social media. It is alleged that it is an internal NHS document that has been leaked and which demonstrates how few patients occupying hospital beds either have or are suspected of having Covid-19. Other types of patients dwarf the Covid numbers including mental health admissions.

 

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2 hours ago, Metaspiral said:

Local furlough will pay two thirds of wages at firms forced to shut.

100 / 3 = 33.33333333333

33.33333333333 X 2 

 

= 66.66666666666667

 

Satan is paying your redundancy ,sorry i mean "furlough"

 

NOTHING TO SEE HERE. :)

 

 

Out of likes.

The vermin love their numbers.

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1 hour ago, Illmatic said:

 

Bit off-topic but does anyone know a bit more about the significance of the number 33? Obviously the 33rd degree of freemasonry is the best-known symbolic example of it.

 

Is it because because it's impossible to properly factor it into the number 1? You're always left over with the extra .3333333..... which never ends, meaning something is lost in translation and exists on a level we are unable to perceive. That's just my personal thoughts, I really don't know.

 

Numerology is fascinating, would love to learn more about it.

33 seems to be a hoax code.

33s everywhere as the plandemic broke out

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The Mind Map on the following links provides an overview of the psychological techniques being used, particularly under the guise of the "pandemic", to "break resistance to planned New World Order social and economic changes".

 

http://stopcp.com/GlobalResetPSYOP/GlobalResetPSYOPMindMap.html

 

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16 minutes ago, Foggy Dewhurst said:

33 seems to be a hoax code.

33s everywhere as the plandemic broke out

 

I think it's more than that. It's a sacred number with occultic significance. By sowing it into their messaging they are bringing a certain energy into the world and into the minds of the public. As I said though the exact significance of it in freemasonry and the occult I'm not sure, I have to do more research

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Found here:
https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-britons-feel-christmas-gatherings-should-be-sacrificed-in-fight-against-covid-19-12099604

SKY are at it again,

Here's another fake story by sky news TELLING us, the british people the way WE feel about how the pandemic is being handled - of course it's all utter lies and reeks of media manipulation.


Skys title of:
Britains feel Christmas gatherings SHOULD be sacrificed.
This is misleading and misreporting!

This is yet another load of horseshit spewed out by SKY,  this time manipulating a Yougov poll, apparantly 1678 yougov participants (INTERVIEWED PEOPLE) probably interviewed by phone, were asked if they would take part in an interview, and by the very fact that they have taken part means that skews the sample?


They have interviewed people with a high propensity to do telephone interviews about coronavirus, the yougov interviewers would have had to inform the participants that it is about about coronavirus, they have to obtain 'fully-informed-consent' from all participants.
So the Interviewees who accepted the interview would have only agreed in the knowledge that they would be able to talk about their views on coronavirus.
 

So no matter how hard yougov have tried to interview a 'representative sample of the population', they won't have done.
Meaning it's all bullshit.

The actual truth of it is:
Just over half of people interviewed said that the restrictions should stay in place at Christimas.

But Sky - that isn't clickbait is it?

 

 

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Here's some of the 'story':

Britons believe Christmas gatherings should be sacrificed this year in the battle against coronavirus, as a new poll for Sky News reveals public support for a toughening of restrictions.

 

A majority of the public say that existing limits on the size of groups - as well as localised restrictions which ban visits to other households - should stay in place over the Christmas period.

 

Christmas has been made a key yardstick for the prime minister who promised over the summer it would mark a "significant return to normality".

 

More recently, after the start of the second wave, he declared he wants to save and protect Christmas even though restrictions could still be in place by next spring.

 

Yet a majority of the public do not agree that Christmas is a priority. A YouGov poll for Sky News found 59% want the current rules to stay in place through the festive period, compared to 30% who say they should be relaxed.

 

The findings also show the public do not think the prime minister will be successful in relaxing measures by Christmas, with 75% of people thinking the restrictions will still be in place.

 

Britons take a hardline attitude to restrictions, making clear that they would support tougher measures if coronavirus worsens.

 

Some 58% support closing pubs and restaurants if cases rise, 52% would ban visits to other people's houses where that is still possible, and 50% would support the closure of non-essential shops and stores.

 

Even 46% would support a return to the lockdown conditions in place in March, with a ban on people leaving their homes except for essential shopping, work and exercise, with 38% opposing this.

 

There is less support for this among the young, with 47% of 18 to 24-year-olds opposing a return to the toughest lockdown, and only 32% of over-65s.

 

The poll found that Britons believe that life has changed for the long haul as a result of coronavirus.

 

Some 48% think that there will be a ban on big crowds at sporting events for more than six months and 58% think that they will be wearing masks.

 

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1 hour ago, vinny79 said:

 

Not sure if anyone has seen the new mcdonalds advert on tv, advertising uber eats as their delivery people.

 

The door number

 

33 

 

Unbelievable

i noticed this too, and was going to mention it, but forgot.. 

there are a lot more if you listen to the tv a lot which i do, because i work from home (even before lockdown, it just the way my business is run) i listen to the tv in the background, dont really watch it but listen, and hear 33 a lot

 

the maccys advert door number 33 as mentioned

a dishwasher advert that saves you 33 litres of water a year

cbd oil saving you 33 quid over competitors 

and a broadband advert i think is 33.99 a month

and many more i cant think of at the moment 

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The number 33 is basically a ruse. When it's used, it's used to note a fake non-reality, so if see this number used anywhere in the media etc, then there is a very good chance it's fake bullshit. Fuckin masons and their numerology. 

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