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Meat and dairy accounts for 57% of greenhouse gas emissions released through food production and almost TWICE as much as plant-based alternatives, study finds 

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Beef and rice are the meat and plant-based products that contribute the most greenhouse gas emissions, researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign report.

 

They really do really want us eating gates synthetic shit;

 

KFC synthetic nuggets!

 

https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=7H95GGA3K1HW

 

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57 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

They've gotto say the Kol Nidre prayer which nullifies all personal or religious oaths or prohibitions made to God for the next year, Which means,they can break any promises, lie and cheat.

Thanks for the insight into their cult, the fact that they even bother to ‘pray’ so that they can freely lie and cheat thinking that makes it ok and their conscience isn’t marred at all is twisted. I hope our govt puts Dan’s famous ‘ring of steel’ around each synagogue 😂 and bars them. Although the current playbook would suggest we’ll be hearing that these gatherings took place to further incite some anti Semitic 

hatred that they seem to want to whip up here. 

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56 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

“Detain people who are infectious”.

 

 

 

the numbers of vaxxed changes every day  the other day  it was 90 percent,here it is 65.

 

Even pro-vaxers are getting muddled and confused with all the bollox going on. 

 

Wankers !

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2 hours ago, alexa said:

Talk about giving kids idea's

 

'Unvaxxed pupils being bullied, rows tearing families apart... and only 30,000 infections stopped': Fury as minister CONFIRMS plans to vaccinate all over-12s from next week but gives CHILDREN the final say on whether they get the jab, NOT their parents 

Fury has erupted tonight after ministers confirmed plans to vaccinate all 3million children over the age of 12 across the UK from next week - with experts and parents warning it may lead to unvaccinated pupils being 'bullied' and could even 'tear families apart'. 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9985343/All-12s-Covid-vaccines-Chris-Whitty-approves-jabs-3million-youngsters.html

 

The feel good news story of no freedom pass - for now, followed quickly by a very bad news story of jabbing children.

 

On 9/12/2021 at 3:22 AM, whatthefoxhat said:

It's simply to take peoples attention elsewhere,theres the familiar pattern emerging flood the media with a good news story and sneak through some bad news underneath it,this is the people being blindsided whilst they organise themselves for another lockdown and don't forget the emergenncy powers act is up for renewal this month

 

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11 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

i posted some ideas earlier and they went down like a shit sandwich

 

its a matter of scale.....for example anyone who is pissed off with the corruption of the banks leading upto 2008 could make a principled decision to move their money out of those banks and go with one that wasn't involved or a community credit union

 

This arguably is the RIGHT thing to do however it won't make much difference. If on the other hand MILLIONS of people did the same then it would completely transform the financial landscape

 

This applies to so many things. For example you could protest the smart grid by smashing your smart phone and smart tech. On your own this won't really make any difference however if millions of you do it then it completely destroys the cabals plan to surround us with smart tech

 

The problem is getting people to realise that they have an individual responsibility for their part in shaping the collective experience. Nobody wants to hear it though

 

Yes and today it is even more easy to be your own 100% bank and nearly transact in most activities without asking permission or third parties permissions to transact due to crypto. Don't support the banksters!

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Mr H said:

 

Yes and today it is even more easy to be your own 100% bank and nearly transact in most activities without asking permission or third parties permissions to transact due to crypto. Don't support the banksters!

 

 

I'm still to be convinced by anyone that crypto is a good idea,Yes decentralized it may be but 24 hours into an internet outage affecting a whole country and exactly how much is crypto worth at that point? and yes i know transactions can be done via ham radio but c'mon seriously how many people are actually geared up for that eventuality ?

I also know people who are invested in crypto will rush to its defence,but please don't waste your time on this occasion as i simply don't need convincing which crypto is more anonymous than another or which way its going

If you are profiting off crypto i'm pleased for you i really am and more power to your elbow but for those ardent defenders of crypto all i want ot know really is how you will cope should the internet go down in your country and the crypto of your choice is suddenly either made illegal/every transaction subjct to scrutiny (bidens every transaction over 600 dollars comes to mind here ) /replaced by a government crypto at some predetermined value and which you are compelled by law to exchange your current crypto into

Look to history and private ownership of gold and what governments have done with that in the past (USA UK and a myriad of other countries)

I still firmly believe bitcoin is being used to get people used to the idea of a one world currency and establish the infrastructure for its implementation which WON'T be bitcoin and that day when the one world govrnment decides to implement it is getting closer by the day

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34 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

1. I'm still to be convinced by anyone that crypto is a good idea,Yes decentralized it may be but 24 hours into an internet outage affecting a whole country and exactly how much is crypto worth at that point? and yes i know transactions can be done via ham radio but c'mon seriously how many people are actually geared up for that eventuality ?

 

2. Look to history and private ownership of gold and what governments have done with that in the past (USA UK and a myriad of other countries)

 

3. I still firmly believe bitcoin is being used to get people used to the idea of a one world currency and establish the infrastructure for its implementation which WON'T be bitcoin and that day when the one world govrnment decides to implement it is getting closer by the day

 

1. In this scenario. I have just re written as I didn't read your point correctly.

 

If the internet went down in the fiat system, you might be in a slightly better position. But what you have to remember is due to fractional banking, the money you have in your bank account, the bank doesn't actually have. So if there was a internet downage and a mass rush to the banks to get cash - people wouldn't be able to get it. So you would have to transact electronically, not sure how that would work without the internet....................

 

But being your own central bank means acting like one, so I personally hold reserves of silver and Gold also. Always a good idea to have a bit of something else.

 

2. Yes. And also look what they have done in countries like Argentina and many others, you wake up the next day and they devalue your currency by a 1/3 because they felt like it! This is the same as a confisaction in principle.

 

During the Gold confiscation, from what I have read not that many actually handed back their Gold. And anyway it's a lot harder to confiscate a Bitcoin or whatever when you have the metaverse and VPNs....

 

3. I have no doubt that the bankster criminals want to get everyone on their own digital currencies and then we will see behavioural economic model being implemented. However, I don't think this has anything to do with the development of Bitcoin. When you look at the early stages of bitcoin and the Satoshi early papers, these coins were used for virtual poker games and the like - hardly NSA stuff like a lot of people claim.

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2 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

 

“Detain people who are infectious”.

 

 

 

the numbers of vaxxed changes every day  the other day  it was 90 percent,here it is 65.

 

Killary admitted that the majority of the adult population in the UK have been vaccinated, 65% he said, with the exception of children, who can be the only group “totally unprotected” according to him, which accounts for the escalation in numbers of cases and deaths from the same time last year.

 

However, the hospitals are not overwhelmed with young people, sick or dying from covid and if it’s because the ‘Delta variant’ is “still out there” then it’s clearly still infecting the vaccinated. So, what’s the point? It’s dangerous quacks like him who need to be detained. Looking like Dr. Evil!

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1 hour ago, Anders said:

 

Even pro-vaxers are getting muddled and confused with all the bollox going on. 

 

Wankers !

 

Why, they are heavily pushing an agenda in that clip, good cop, bad cop.

Blame the unvaccinated. When its clear now in the UK according to ONS. Jabbed are dying a lot more than unjabbed. They are still covering that up hard tho & using the 1 jab to 2 jab, before 21 days, after 21 days. The mortality rates speak for themselves.

 

https://www.ons.gov.uk/releases/deathsinvolvingcovid19byvaccinationstatusenglanddeathsoccurringbetween1januaryand2july2021

 

Slightly different to what media virus was pushing.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Mr H said:

 

1. In this scenario. What would happen now to someone who didn't hold crypto? Everyone's money is stored electronically. How would they transact? At least the BTC would still be safely stored on the blockchain for when the internet is up and running, would you trust your bank to give you back your dosh?

 

Yes, I guess you could say, well MR H, they could just go down to the ATM and take out some cash, but you can do this with Crypto so this is not ta differentiator.

 

Yes you could stockpile a pile of cash in your house for this scenario, but that is a severe risk.

 

2. Yes. And also look what they have done in countries like Argentina and many others, you wake up the next day and they devalue your currency by a 1/3 because they felt like it! 

 

During the Gold confiscation, from what I have read not that many actually handed back their Gold. And anyway it's a lot harder to confiscate a Bitcoin or whatever when you have the metaverse and VPNs....

 

3. I have no doubt that the bankster criminals want to get everyone on their own digital currencies and then we will see behavioural economic model being implemented. However, I don't think this has anything to do with the development of Bitcoin. When you look at the early stages of bitcoin and the Satoshi early papers, these coins were used for virtual poker games and the like - hardly NSA stuff like a lot of people claim.

This is all based on the assumption that the internet as you know it today is going to be around forever,the signs that is about to change are slowly filtering through, the covid pass will function creep into a digital i.d which will morph into conditional internet access and as of now i am not seeing any working alternatives or parallel internets,yes there are people seriously considering things but as of now nothing is running ,What happens when your vaccine status is tied to your ability to access anything online ?

I don't have answers (and frankly i couldn't care less how much you make or lose) but i regard with suspicion the idea that  crypto is some kind of solution to the moves being planned for the monetary systems used worldwide

As for bitcoins early worthlessness ,It had to start somewhere and as you say hardly NSA stuff but wasn't that the intention ?  making it the preserve of security agencies woldn't have helped it move the way it did and wouldn't have helped with public uptake of the idea

 

I don't trust banks either so folks are pretty much in a corner, how they come out of that corner will be interesting to watch (i own nothing anyway but i'm unhappy,VERY fucking unhappy ! but not for reasons connected to finances)

 

And finally what happened to all those millions of dollars worth of btc that the US government seized when they took down the silk road  with the help of a mysterious hacker? did they put them back into the system or are they still sitting on them ? I have done a bit of cursory research into that but still can't seem to find a definitive answer

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12 hours ago, DaleP said:

This is what we should have done FIVE years ago.

We need something that works ASAP. Something devastating that they cannot carry on.

 

stepping out of their corporate system IS devastating if enough people go cold turkey on their addiction to corporate goods and services

 

the problem is that people are addicted to smart tech, processed foods, fizzy drinks, over the counter synthetic drugs and sweat shop clothing

 

if you try and convince them they are feeding the very same corporatocracy that is creating the covid jabs and synthetic blood thinner drugs that all of their taxpayers money is now being stolen by the socialist NHS to pay for then they will react BADLY

 

They don't want to hear that their actions are part of the problem

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13 hours ago, Anders said:

Maybe if we all dumped (smashed ?) our smart phones and replaced them with non-smart ones (which are still readily availabe), perhaps that would make a dent in their plans. I'm sure Nokia would be happy   :)

 

If enough people did it then of course it would put a dent in their plans

 

David has very clearly explained how the process works. First they give you smart phones then they give you 'wearables' eg smart watches and glasses, then they give you implantibles ie smart dust and nano-tech

 

If we don't want that process to roll out then the sequence has to be broken

 

So yes if enough of us refuse to go down the path then they cannot complete the process. IMO it should start with a total rejection of ALL smart tech

 

The problem is that people are ADDICTED to their smart phones and are in denial about them. They kid themselves that their smart phone is their friend when in reality it is their enemy....a wolf in sheeps clothing

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32 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

This is all based on the assumption that the internet as you know it today is going to be around forever,the signs that is about to change are slowly filtering through, the covid pass will function creep into a digital i.d which will morph into conditional internet access and as of now i am not seeing any working alternatives or parallel internets,yes there are people seriously considering things but as of now nothing is running ,What happens when your vaccine status is tied to your ability to access anything online ?

I don't have answers (and frankly i couldn't care less how much you make or lose) but i regard with suspicion the idea that  crypto is some kind of solution to the moves being planned for the monetary systems used worldwide

As for bitcoins early worthlessness ,It had to start somewhere and as you say hardly NSA stuff but wasn't that the intention ?  making it the preserve of security agencies woldn't have helped it move the way it did and wouldn't have helped with public uptake of the idea

 

I don't trust banks either so folks are pretty much in a corner, how they come out of that corner will be interesting to watch (i own nothing anyway but i'm unhappy,VERY fucking unhappy ! but not for reasons connected to finances)

 

And finally what happened to all those millions of dollars worth of btc that the US government seized when they took down the silk road  with the help of a mysterious hacker? did they put them back into the system or are they still sitting on them ? I have done a bit of cursory research into that but still can't seem to find a definitive answer

I don't know the answer to most of your questions. My argument for getting into crypto is to get yourself out of the banking system and the corrupt fiat system - not a protection against a scenario you present where by people can only get access to the internet with a vaccine passport. In this case, we're all pretty fkd to be honest whatever you transact in.

 

Interesting question what did they do with the seized btc, I'd like to know also, and what about all the gold they stole from Iraq! Surprised they are in so much debt! :)

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37 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

This is all based on the assumption that the internet as you know it today is going to be around forever,the signs that is about to change are slowly filtering through, the covid pass will function creep into a digital i.d which will morph into conditional internet access and as of now i am not seeing any working alternatives or parallel internets,yes there are people seriously considering things but as of now nothing is running ,What happens when your vaccine status is tied to your ability to access anything online ?

I don't have answers (and frankly i couldn't care less how much you make or lose) but i regard with suspicion the idea that  crypto is some kind of solution to the moves being planned for the monetary systems used worldwide

As for bitcoins early worthlessness ,It had to start somewhere and as you say hardly NSA stuff but wasn't that the intention ?  making it the preserve of security agencies woldn't have helped it move the way it did and wouldn't have helped with public uptake of the idea

 

I don't trust banks either so folks are pretty much in a corner, how they come out of that corner will be interesting to watch (i own nothing anyway but i'm unhappy,VERY fucking unhappy ! but not for reasons connected to finances)

 

And finally what happened to all those millions of dollars worth of btc that the US government seized when they took down the silk road  with the help of a mysterious hacker? did they put them back into the system or are they still sitting on them ? I have done a bit of cursory research into that but still can't seem to find a definitive answer

I am also extremely curious as to what you base your thesis on - regarding vaccine status relationship to internet access. I haven't seen anything on this topic.

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8 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I don't know the answer to most of your questions. My argument for getting into crypto is to get yourself out of the banking system and the corrupt fiat system - not a protection against a scenario you present where by people can only get access to the internet with a vaccine passport. In this case, we're all pretty fkd to be honest whatever you transact in.

 

Interesting question what did they do with the seized btc, I'd like to know also, and what about all the gold they stole from Iraq! Surprised they are in so much debt! :)

Some of it ended up in the fuel tanks of a tank that appared on the surplus market in the UK (if the story is to be believed !!) and are the rumours of the federal gold reserve being gone true ? (i remember gordon brown the wonky eyed porridge gobbling slug,apologies to my brethren north of the border, and his mass gold sell off)

I've said it before and i'll say it again bic lighters andcandles will have a value far exceeding that of gold in my lifetime

as an aside on that during the conflicts in the Balkans ammunition,food and bic lighters were the top three items of barter during that period,make of that what you will !!!

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