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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

exactly....they are doing the same thing here by trying to break up the UK

 

They would globalise the blue states which would mean that those resources were secured for the world government

 

Then they could set about sabotaging the red states for example through cultural marxism from within and through weather modification to create droughts and dust bowls etc

 

Out of reactions, but I totally agree.

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2 hours ago, Human10 said:

I think all of these countries were similar... Truly said I think Czechoslovakia probably were more democratic. They were always good players on international arena compared to Poland, more diplomatic... Many Polish people living close to border worked in Czechoslovakia (it used to be one country)... They had higher standard of living, were more open-minded...

I can't say a lot about DDR... 

You are right it was for sure light form compared to ZSRR... Still no one injected people with unknown substances. Not on this scale and if it was happening all the West media would shouting how miserable our lives were... 🤣

I even remember that Poland against ZSRR will gave us Lugol's Iodine after Chernobyl... They probably saved many lives... 

I don't know how old you are but I remember 1968 and the Soviets marching into Prague. Talk to anyone over 60 there and they will tell you of the brutality Moscow inflicted on them. We had families in our town who got out of Hungary ahead of the Soviets in 1956. I visited the DDR and it was a scary place. having said that, I met some wonderful people there who risked much by talking to me and taking me to their homes in Berlin. Same in China.

 

I have a very good friend of Polish extraction. His father got out of Poland in 1939 and joined the French army (wine ration he says) and ended up in England as a mechanic in the RAF. Anyway, my friend was in contact with some of the Solidarity people back in the day and he told some rare stories about what was going down in Gdansk. He had no doubt that the Soviets were there in force, though not in uniform.

 

The Soviets may not have injected unknown substances into people but they certainly weaponized medicine especially psychiatry and you can see today, in the west, how 'anti-vaxxers' are portrayed as being mentally ill. The Americans, for all their talk of freedom and bringing liberty and democracy to the world, are following the same path. They have installed and run some of the most brutal and repressive regimes ever.

 

 

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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Agreed.

 

 

But they did actually warn people about vaccines, and to my knowledge, allied vaccination campaigns were worse.

 

 

 

I appreciate the context and the nuance. But they still had vaccination programmes. There was a central authority attempting to direct the population. I imagine should the Nazi's have found it expedient to mandate a risky medical intervention for some strategic purpose, they would've done so without hesitation. And for me that's the point: Groups of neurotic and deeply pathological elites attempting to sell us all on their grand designs, their 'enlightened visions', be it socialism, communism, fascism, Nazism, Great Resetism. It's all the same: mentally disordered people asserting themselves on the world. Dunning-Kruger extremis.

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2 minutes ago, Oakwise said:

 

I appreciate the context and the nuance. But they still had vaccination programmes. There was a central authority attempting to direct the population. I imagine should the Nazi's have found it expedient to mandate a risky medical intervention for some strategic purpose, they would've done so without hesitation. And for me that's the point: Groups of neurotic and deeply pathological elites attempting to sell us all on their grand designs, their 'enlightened visions', be it socialism, communism, fascism, Nazism, Great Resetism. It's all the same: mentally disordered people asserting themselves on the world. Dunning-Kruger extremis.

 

Fair point. I doubt they would have done it to themselves, but I can't argue against the fact that they might have done it to undesirables.

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2 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

 

WEF by 2030 "the US will no longer be a superpower"

 

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Weakening us for 2025, for when they want Eurasia to be their new golden calf.

 

"America is a golden calf and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the world's biggest welfare state that we will create and control. Why? Because it is the will of God, and America is big enough to take the hit so we can do it again and again and again. This is what we do to countries that we hate."

 

- Bibi

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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

UK may call in the army to tackle ongoing petrol crisis – reports

27 Sep, 2021 14:12

 

Angry trucker claims he has not been able to renew HGV licence that expired a YEAR ago despite desperate calls to DVLA- as it denies staff WFH strike led to 54,000 backlog

  • DVLA is facing a 54,000 HGV applications backlog as lorry shortage continues 
  • However, the body says the vast majority of the applications are for renewals 
  • It says these drivers can continue driving while they await for their renewal 
  • But some drivers claimed the rules only let them drive in the UK - not Europe 

By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline

Published: 03:45 EDT, 30 September 2021 | Updated: 06:44 EDT, 30 September 2021

An angry trucker has claimed he has not been able to renew his HGV licence after it expired a year ago despite repeated calls to the DVLA. 

The DVLA is facing a 54,000 HGV applications backlog, although the body says that 50,000 of the outstanding applications are for renewals and not new drivers.   

Truckers awaiting renewal can continue driving while they await their applications to be approved, the body said. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10044367/Striking-DVLA-staff-led-54-000-HGV-licence-backlog.html

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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

UK may call in the army to tackle ongoing petrol crisis – reports

27 Sep, 2021 14:12
On 8/18/2020 at 12:15 AM, ink said:
Covid 19: A Review Part 7

Is Britain now effectively under military control?

10,000 extra troops to join British army's Covid support force
MoD doubles size of force amid fears over ability of police and NHS to cope with crisis
Haroon Siddique and Robert Booth

Wed 18 Mar 2020 22.30 GMT
Specialist military planners are also being deployed to steer local responses to the pandemic and tackle rising pressure on care homes, after a request by the communities secretary, Robert Jenrick.
There are fears about the ability of the police and NHS, which are both already at full stretch, to deal with the scale of the crisis. While the government has been reluctant to highlight such a bleak prospect, the armed forces need to be prepared for the threat of a breakdown in civil order given that troops have been deployed in other countries to enforce lockdowns and prevent looting of shops.
Up to 70 non-uniformed military personnel with crisis planning expertise are being sent to all 38 local resilience forums, to "test planning and identify weaknesses", defence sources said.

Local resilience forums are normally made up of councils, NHS bodies, emergency services and the environment agency. The military planners joining them are described as experts in coordinating resources in a crisis, which in the care system will mean bolstering already stretched operations.
Jenrick asked for an increase in military help, specifically highlighting the need to "support local authority elements of Covid-19 response plans, including social care".
The Standing Joint Command HQ in Aldershot, Hampshire, will serve as the command and control structure for the Covid support force.
The military was recently involved in civil contingency work when called on to support the government"s response to flooding.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/mar/18/10000-extra-troops-to-join-british-armys-covid-support-force

Army general who led the Royal Marines' invasion of Iraq is appointed to lead the biggest shake-up of NHS management in 40 years

  • Sir Gordon Messenger has been asked to stamp out 'waste and wokery'
  • Health Secretary Sajid Javid is keen to ensure tax rise is not wasted
  • Ministers hope Sir Gordon will apply his leadership skills from serving in Iraq 

By Eleanor Hayward Health Correspondent For The Daily Mail

Published: 19:06 EDT, 1 October 2021 | Updated: 19:09 EDT, 1 October 2021

A general who led the Royal Marines' invasion of Iraq has been appointed to lead the biggest shake-up of NHS management in 40 years.

Sir Gordon Messenger has been asked to stamp out 'waste and wokery' in the health service and ensure 'every pound is well spent'.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid is keen to ensure none of the Government's recent £36billion tax rise for health and social care is wasted. This is likely to lead to a cut in the number of fat-cat NHS managers and bureaucrats so more money is spent directly on patient care.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10051241/Army-general-appointed-lead-biggest-shake-NHS-management-40-years.html

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29 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

No surprises here....

 

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Lol. Typical.

 

'Perrottet is a member of Opus Dei, a controversial group within the Catholic Church.'

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominic_Perrottet#Early_life_and_background

 

 

Only reference to his mother on his wiki is this:

 

mother.jpg

 

But the link is dead. Shame.

 

https://www.afr.com/news/politics/nsw-finance-minister-dominic-perrottet-owes-it-all-to-his-mother-20141007-k2dlh

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19 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Lol. Typical.

 

'Perrottet is a member of Opus Dei, a controversial group within the Catholic Church.'

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominic_Perrottet#Early_life_and_background

 

 

Only reference to his mother on his wiki is this:

 

mother.jpg

 

But the link is dead. Shame.

 

https://www.afr.com/news/politics/nsw-finance-minister-dominic-perrottet-owes-it-all-to-his-mother-20141007-k2dlh

youve got such good searchy-search skills - there's always a link to this stuff, isn't there....

 

meh... nothing of note to be said in the link - clickbait article headline, this is the only thing said about his mother lol

 

He learned politics around the dinner table and hard work packing lunches by the dozen and polishing shoes in batches of 24.

And, although he jokes she would tell him off for saying so, he learned a key part of his political philosophy – outsourcing – from his mother.

 

http://web.archive.org/web/20150815093155/http://www.afr.com/news/politics/nsw-finance-minister-dominic-perrottet-owes-it-all-to-his-mother-20141007-k2dlh

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1 minute ago, skitzorat said:

youve got such good searchy-search skills - there's always a link to this stuff, isn't there....

 

meh... nothing of note to be said in the link - clickbait article headline, this is the only thing said about his mother lol

 

He learned politics around the dinner table and hard work packing lunches by the dozen and polishing shoes in batches of 24.

And, although he jokes she would tell him off for saying so, he learned a key part of his political philosophy – outsourcing – from his mother.

 

http://web.archive.org/web/20150815093155/http://www.afr.com/news/politics/nsw-finance-minister-dominic-perrottet-owes-it-all-to-his-mother-20141007-k2dlh

 

Okay. Will have more of a dig tomorrow. Cheers though!

 

Seems like they're replacing the corrupt with more corrupt.

 

 

Some interesting leads going back before Covid if you search 'Dominic Perrottet opus dei' by latest.

https://twitter.com/search?q=Dominic Perrottet opus dei&src=typed_query&f=live

 

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