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1 hour ago, MarcusOmouse said:

If I were to use a poker analogy, I would argue that all of our politicians are bluffing and that humanity has the best hand here.

 

I used to play poker a bit myself -  Got pretty good at it.

 

Its time to call their bluff.

 

isn't there a saying in poker that the general public who accepted the covid jab haven't learned:

 

''if you look around the poker table and you don't see the mug, you ARE the mug''

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On 2/3/2022 at 9:05 AM, jack121 said:

 

I'm usually against mask wearing, but in this case i'll make an exception.

Also, the mask has improved his looks no end - ugly bastard.

Can we have an all over full-body one next please justin.

Speaking of masks, this bitch here is in desperate need of one: Please apply as soon as possible for all our sakes:

 

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She must've seen some stuff in her time.

She must've been in 'Nam, the Somme, Raiders of the Lost Ark when the opened the Ark of the Covenant, to end up looking like that.

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9 hours ago, Soandso said:

https://youtu.be/PDTq2gojkbc

 

BBC question time, hard to watch

 

don't watch it then

 

even better, get rid of your tv and stop paying your tv licence. That way you don't give the neo-marxist BBC the money they need to produce that kind of stage managed propaganda

 

how much do you want to win this thing? Enough to stop paying a tv licence?

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7 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

can you that in UK legaly i mean,as far as i know here it can't be done

 well I can tell you this, when I moved out of the UK a couple of years ago I cancelled all my direct debits etc. However, I can still log in to bbc iplayer should I want to. Stop worrying about the legalities. Thats how they control us.

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12 minutes ago, screamingeagle said:

can you that in UK legaly i mean,as far as i know here it can't be done

 

I don't have a TV set. I don't watch live TV online. I am completely fireproof from having to pay the TV licence, even if they use the fake TV detector van.😄

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, screamingeagle said:

can you that in UK legaly i mean,as far as i know here it can't be done

 

I stopped paying my TV License after I found out about Saville, the way I did it was to get rid of my aerial and dish. Then go online and fill out a form saying you only watch Dvds for example. I never got hassled ever again lol. 😂

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58 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

I don't have a TV set. I don't watch live TV online. I am completely fireproof from having to pay the TV licence, even if they use the fake TV detector van

The kids used to brick them when they came down our street. They didn't stay long.

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7 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

 

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I am surprised that this hasn't got more attention because it is good news and, elsewhere, has been spreading like wildfire. Maybe a little more info is needed?

 

https://www.facebook.com/JohnJMcNallySolicitors/posts/1606090536422610

 

BREAKING NEWS.  Update on Judicial Review challenge (in Belfast)

 

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We (John J McNally & Co Solicitors) are delighted to note that the Department of Health (NI) have formally confirmed, through their solicitors, that their Covid-19 vaccination programme within schools has been terminated, thereby removing the unacceptable risk that a healthy 12-15 year old child could receive a #Covid vaccine in the absence of their parents and, furthermore, in the absence of parental consent.

 

Whilst the primary objective of our challenge has now been achieved, our substantive challenge against the ministerial decision to disregard the scientific advice of the JCVI will continue.

 

We are acutely aware, through the UK Government’s own safety surveillance data, that thousands of healthy children in the UK have reported adverse events in the aftermath of vaccination, many of these injuries can only be described as serious.  

 

Our challenge has now been listed for an initial ‘Leave’ (Permission to proceed) hearing on the 21st of March.

We are very grateful for the overwhelming support that we have received from the community in relation to this matter.

 

Our office will continue to advocate for children who have been left voiceless and defenceless during the past 2 years.

 

However, the jab roll out has not been completely halted for this cohort but, instead, children now have to be accompanied by a parent / guardian at a jab centre as the schools will no longer be administering them. Nevertheless, it removes the risk that children could be injected without parental consent.

 

This case relates to Northern Ireland with further confirmation needed as to whether it is relevant to the whole of the UK.

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35 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

The kids used to brick them when they came down our street. They didn't stay long.

 

That sounds like an ideal street to live in, where the authorities are not made welcome.  So, it comes down to living in a good street like that or out in the remote wilderness underground like the Viet Cong.🤔

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On 2/3/2022 at 9:46 PM, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Oh dear.....more bollocks.

How fucking predictable and tiresome. 

 

Back in the 1980s it was monkeys in Africa and gay bars and nightclubs in San Francisco.

 

Now 40 years on it is bats and snakes and the Wuhan wet market.

 

One load of bollocks to cover up another load of bollocks, in this instance a cover story for vaccine deaths.

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3 hours ago, screamingeagle said:

can you that in UK legaly i mean,as far as i know here it can't be done

 

If you watch Tv in the UK you need a licence

 

However you are not legally required to own a television, neither are you required to watch a television.

 

So if you don't own a television nor watch one then you don't need a licence and if millions of people did this then we would starve them of the licence fees that pays for the BBC

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