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3 hours ago, webtrekker said:

However, with so many elderly people living way beyond their 'three score and ten' we're now at the point that there's nothing to back up the huge demand on pensions and the whole house of cards is about to collapse. Hence the need to .......................

 

KILL OFF ALL THE ELDERLY!

 

they are killing off the elderly but it isn't just the elderly that are dying

 

also without speculating about WHAT is in the jabs it should be clear to everyone by now that whatever IS in the jabs they want it in EVERYONE

 

But obviously just getting nanotech inside people isn't the only agenda otherwise why the follow up boosters?

 

The old generation are also the pre-smart generation and they received a lot of hate for allegedly voting for brexit because they were also the people able to remember a time when britain wasn't in the EU

 

So bumping off that generation does more than solve the pension crisis for the conspirators. It also removes those who are least socially engineered towards a smart future

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

is that christine lagarde the convicted fraudster? is she someone you'd want to honour?

Christine Lagarde convicted: IMF head found guilty of criminal charges over massive government payout

But former French finance minister, who faced potentially one year in jail, will not face any punishment

Peter Walker@petejohn_walker
Monday 19 December 2016 15:15

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has been convicted over her role in a controversial €400m (£355m) payment to a businessman.

French judges found Ms Lagarde guilty of negligence for failing to challenge the state arbitration payout to the friend of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

 

The 60-year-old, following a week-long trial in Paris, was not given any sentence and will not be punished.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/christine-lagarde-convicted-imf-head-found-guilty-negligence-fraud-trial-a7484586.html

 

So as lagarde is honoured by a rabbi for expressing her inner jewishness the chief of Goldman sachs claimed he was doing 'gods work'. So 'god' wants you to defraud the goyim out of their hard earned money?

Goldman Sachs' Blankfein on Banking: 'Doing God's Work'

By Matt Phillips

Nov. 9, 2009 10:00 am ET

The Times of London's mammoth 6,900-word piece on Goldman Sachs over the weekend contains plenty of fodder for those that see the investment bank as Wall Street's top dog, as well as those that see it as a creepy, conspiratorial vampire squid of finance.
But the key quote that's getting attention comes in Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein's exchange with a reporter after a question on whether there should be limits to compensation:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MB-13358

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1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I'm more and more inclined to make a gov.uk petition calling for mandatory jabbing of all police employees

 

They are public facing after all

 

The petition would have no effect nor gather the requird amount of sigs but it might prick a few ears up

For the benefits of public safety and confidence in them.

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5 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

So as lagarde is honoured by a rabbi for expressing her inner jewishness the chief of Goldman sachs claimed he was doing 'gods work'. So 'god' wants you to defraud the goyim out of their hard earned money?

Goldman Sachs' Blankfein on Banking: 'Doing God's Work'

By Matt Phillips

Nov. 9, 2009 10:00 am ET

The Times of London's mammoth 6,900-word piece on Goldman Sachs over the weekend contains plenty of fodder for those that see the investment bank as Wall Street's top dog, as well as those that see it as a creepy, conspiratorial vampire squid of finance.
But the key quote that's getting attention comes in Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein's exchange with a reporter after a question on whether there should be limits to compensation:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MB-13358

 

And if you want economical independence and a society set apart from global money, then prepare for war. You can't want freedom, that's what monsters want, apparently.

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29 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

So as lagarde is honoured by a rabbi for expressing her inner jewishness the chief of Goldman sachs claimed he was doing 'gods work'. So 'god' wants you to defraud the goyim out of their hard earned money?

Goldman Sachs' Blankfein on Banking: 'Doing God's Work'

By Matt Phillips

Nov. 9, 2009 10:00 am ET

The Times of London's mammoth 6,900-word piece on Goldman Sachs over the weekend contains plenty of fodder for those that see the investment bank as Wall Street's top dog, as well as those that see it as a creepy, conspiratorial vampire squid of finance.
But the key quote that's getting attention comes in Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein's exchange with a reporter after a question on whether there should be limits to compensation:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MB-13358

 

Goldman Sachs, aka Vampire Squid, I need a link to the original Rolling Stone Magazine article: 

 

The Guardian wrote this: https://www.theguardian.com/business/andrew-clark-on-america/2009/jul/14/goldmansachs-banks

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

 

So as lagarde is honoured by a rabbi for expressing her inner jewishness the chief of Goldman sachs claimed he was doing 'gods work'. So 'god' wants you to defraud the goyim out of their hard earned money?

Goldman Sachs' Blankfein on Banking: 'Doing God's Work'

By Matt Phillips

Nov. 9, 2009 10:00 am ET

The Times of London's mammoth 6,900-word piece on Goldman Sachs over the weekend contains plenty of fodder for those that see the investment bank as Wall Street's top dog, as well as those that see it as a creepy, conspiratorial vampire squid of finance.
But the key quote that's getting attention comes in Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein's exchange with a reporter after a question on whether there should be limits to compensation:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MB-13358

 

I never worked out the magic message contained in her speech, (and intended for her occultist group), but replaying it tonight she said in 2014 "we" will have 7 strong years ...... so it's very possible an economic crash is imminent plus the financial digital reset. See how she says at the beginning "I do as I am told"

 

 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

Feeling good today😁

 

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Good to see you're feeling positive, but can we coin a new slogan that's not being pushed by National Bolsheviks, and folks like AJ?

 

 

Notice how Dugin mentions that the term was popularized in America with people like Jones.

 

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Also notice how a supposed patriot like Jones entertains this NazBol, but we're supposed to believe this is totally normal.

 

 

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We need a peoples awakening, not some red Kabbalist one.

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Australian PM slammed for flying to see kids on Father’s Day while more than half the country’s fathers remained in lockdown

Australia’s prime minister, Scott Morrison, has come under fresh scrutiny after flying on a private jet from Canberra to Sydney for a Father’s Day visit whilst the majority of Australians were locked at home.

Morrison flew from Australia’s capital, Canberra, to Sydney at the weekend to visit his family for Father’s Day, which is celebrated on the first Sunday of September in Australia. Health authorities had given him an exemption as an “essential worker.”

 

Morrison posted a photo of himself and his kids holding a white dove on Father’s Day, captioning the image as from earlier this year. But the fact the PM did not disclose that he had travelled to Sydney has caused critics to accuse him of dishonesty. 

 

Australia has closed its borders during the pandemic – both from international travel and domestically between regions.

 

A Canberra radio host said they were displeased at Morrison’s “perceived lack of honesty.”

 

One Twitter user said, “If the Queen could sit alone at her husband’s funeral in solidarity with others separated from their families, surely Scott Morrison could have FaceTimed his kids on Fathers Day.

 

Australia’s opposition Labour Party condemned the prime minister for his actions, with Labour MP Bill Shorten saying, “You can't have one rule for Mr Morrison and another rule for everyone else."

"It's not that he doesn't deserve to see his kids, but so does every other Australian. And I think when your people are doing it tough, you've got to do it tough too," he added.

 

https://www.rt.com/news/534159-scott-morrison-fathers-day/

 

 

 

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