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4 minutes ago, Nemo said:

I know it's so random, he go walkies near Parliament and bumps into a random small group of protesters with flags and yet there's loads of Police there to save him as well as News Cameras and even a drone WTF?

 

It was all conveniently located outside the UKs biggest cop shop.

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5 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

It was all conveniently located outside the UKs biggest cop shop.

 

Oh well there you have it. Those protesters looked like Cops. When they try to dress and act like their enemy you see what they really think we are. Remember the bullshit 'bomb' on the London Bridge and all the Cops acting and in on it.

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"TV doctor says 'devastating' energy price hike may cause heart attacks and even strokes"
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/tv-doctor-says-devastating-energy-26126337

 

"MOVING the clocks forward an hour significantly raises the risk of having a heart attack, according to a new study."
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11276548/clocks-forward-hour-heart-problems/amp/

 

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18 minutes ago, bryan said:

MOVING the clocks forward an hour significantly raises the risk of having a heart attack, according to a new study."

I agree, trying to change the clock on my VCR is super stressful.

 

BIG Pharma doesn't want the blame. That's what happens when you greedily take a genome for a Chinese virus to make billions on a vaccine.

 

Physical activity may, paradoxically, hasten your risk of a heart attack, a new study suggests - Irish Times

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Here's a few ridiculous Unexpected Heart Disease Causes

 

  • Migraine Headaches
  • Cold Weather
  • Big Meals
  • Car Pollution
  • Strong Emotions
  • Sex
  • Getting out of Bed

 

The rest are linked below.

 

Http://www.Webmd.com/heart-disease/ss/slideshow-unexpected-heart-attack-triggers

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This thread is too long, it should be in its own sub forum and split into 3-500 page chunks. Why do I say this? Because absolutely nobody is going back even a 100 pages to read anything within it. Surely this needs to be accessible?

 

 

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Yes, the time two drunk lads put their arms around his shoulder and cheered.

 

One lost his job as a letting agent and made a fool of himself in court over FaceTime so that his lawyer quit right in front of the judge to save his professional reputation. He got 8 weeks jail time. Besides, who'd buy a property of that guy anyway.

 

And the other lad has ADHD or Autism I think he pleaded guilty and the other guy not guilty.

 

Kinda sad what happened to those lads. Yes they're fools but they where made examples out of and here's the thing, making an example out of someone with harsh punishments is what a Cruel and Unusual punishment is.

 

Justice is meant to be blind and all are equal under the law whether Defence or Prosecution.

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14 hours ago, zarkov said:

 

Individual inmate inalienable rights under natural law cannot be removed by mans law.

The BBC is fiction.

Filthy fiction at that!

 

I wonder what the factcheckers will say if we said BBC is misinforming the public by saying the Common Law is defunct? 😆

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Keir Starmer and David Lammy (Shadow Foreign Secetary) chaperoned, by looks of it, by a couple of undercover police bodyguards.  Was their Austin Maxi in for servicing, so that was why they were street walking?  

 

If it was Serbia, Keir would have been man handled and thrown over the nearby parapet wall, finding himself floating with all the other garbage, flotsam and scum in the Thames.

 

Is there any video footage of the UK Freedom Convoy blocked from entering London?

Did the GB Resistance reporter film this? the same guy who was a Conservative Enfield Councilor who has previously been punched and arrested by the Police, something not right here , it looks staged .

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

It was all conveniently located outside the UKs biggest cop shop.

 

I take it that they wanted to spectate from the comfort of their office for a change?

May be saving petrol to appease Greta?

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43 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

 Are you referring to that time when Chris Whitty got his hair ruffled?

 

They gave him a big wet kiss and sent him on his way. Starmer is an odious creature. He craves power all right and if he gets it, the UK will be dragged into a never-ending series of lockdowns, forced injections, and draconian laws. Covid will be front and centre for the foreseeable future and I wouldn't mind betting that Labour will go all out to cancel Brexit.

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Keir Starmer and David Lammy (Shadow Foreign Secetary) chaperoned, by looks of it, by a couple of undercover police bodyguards.  Was their Austin Maxi in for servicing, so that was why they were street walking?  

 

If it was Serbia, Keir would have been man handled and thrown over the nearby parapet wall, finding himself floating with all the other garbage, flotsam and scum in the Thames.

 

Is there any video footage of the UK Freedom Convoy blocked from entering London?

😂 Probably lynched from a lampost as well. Apparently some of the Convoy circled the M25 then went home lol. If I find any further footage I will post it. 

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17 hours ago, SimonTV said:

how a doctors appointment in japan looks now 

 

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I think they need some more PPE. This will solve the virus. 

 

Is this CPE (Cardboard Protective Equipment) real? 

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5 hours ago, Shake said:

Not so funny how "resistance GB" always seem to have their footage when things turn sour. 

 

I suspect controlled opposition. Didn't the camera man once work for the labour party? Seems to have had his camera right up starmers nose. 

 

 

He was a Conservative Councillor, not Labour.

 

He was exposed by John Overkill when he was mobbed and was given pretence 'punch' by a policeman.

 

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5 hours ago, Trufflepig said:

 

Starmer is such a cuckold I'm surprised he wasn't masked and visored.

 

So am I correct in thinking Starmer is a paedo protecter who was protected by another paedo protecters dressed in costume? As far as I know Boris said so on camera. The label is imprinted in my brain now. 😆

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1 hour ago, Nemo said:

 

Oh well there you have it. Those protesters looked like Cops. When they try to dress and act like their enemy you see what they really think we are. Remember the bullshit 'bomb' on the London Bridge and all the Cops acting and in on it.

 

They have had plenty of practice training of choreographed simulations. It may be from the 1990s, but is a good insight into how they do things, including pretending to be the other side.

 

 

 

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53 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

I take it that they wanted to spectate from the comfort of their office for a change?

May be saving petrol to appease Greta?

 

I used to go into the House of Comics every day and the thing is there's a tunnel right underneath where they are walking that goes from HoC to Portcullis house! It must've been staged or they would have used the tunnel!

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39 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

They have had plenty of practice training of choreographed simulations. It may be from the 1990s, but is a good insight into how they do things, including pretending to be the other side.

 

 

 

 

Where is this 'town' located?

I can feel a new style of theme park coming. You can have a riot 365/24/7 without being arrested.😁

You have to sign a waiver though in case you get injured along the way.

 

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

They gave him a big wet kiss and sent him on his way. Starmer is an odious creature. He craves power all right and if he gets it, the UK will be dragged into a never-ending series of lockdowns, forced injections, and draconian laws. Covid will be front and centre for the foreseeable future and I wouldn't mind betting that Labour will go all out to cancel Brexit.

I doubt if the 52% would 'vote' for anybody they suspect will put all their efforts into reversing Brexit. Unfortunately, we have an electorate with a hierarchy of needs and I could see many of the 52% (of 17.4m) placing Covid-19 (or Marburg or whatever is coming next) further up the pyramid of importance than Brexit. The 48% (16.1m) are already nailed on to be inclined to vote Labour with large numbers citing 'government mishandling' of the fake pandemic. Brexit reversal would be a massive bonus.

 

If all else fails they can just cook the books, of course, but I see sad people everywhere. They are sad that the war is over, some desperately hanging onto their masks like a Japanese soldier from WW2 not letting go of his Type 99 Arisaka rifle with fixed bayonet.

 

The numbers of mask wearers in my university town is easily 80% and further out it is 50/50 even in Northfield, which is a working class town that has recently switched Tory. A Labour man coming in with promises of never letting his guard down with future 'pandemics', that promises to rule such an event with an iron fist will certainly get their votes.

 

Notwithstanding that they are all puppets, blue or red, I think that a red party will indicate the direction the powers want us to go in whereas a blue party would mean it wouldn't happen so quickly, as if they are in no great hurry.

 

We will see Gulags under Starmer and the likes of me shall be first through the cold steel doors 

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3 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

Where is this 'town' located?

I can feel a new style of theme park coming. You can have a riot 365/24/7 without being arrested.😁

You have to sign a waiver though in case you get injured along the way.

 

 

A brilliant idea.

 

The centre, now closed, was in Hounslow, West London, near Heathrow Airport, so would have been handy for tourists to check into the Riot World resort, where nothing can go wrong (like in the 1973 Westworld film).😄

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4 minutes ago, Saved said:

I doubt if the 52% would 'vote' for anybody they suspect will put all their efforts into reversing Brexit. Unfortunately, we have an electorate with a hierarchy of needs and I could see many of the 52% (of 17.4m) placing Covid-19 (or Marburg or whatever is coming next) further up the pyramid of importance than Brexit. The 48% (16.1m) are already nailed on to be inclined to vote Labour with large numbers citing 'government mishandling' of the fake pandemic. Brexit reversal would be a massive bonus.

 

If all else fails they can just cook the books, of course, but I see sad people everywhere. They are sad that the war is over, some desperately hanging onto their masks like a Japanese soldier from WW2 not letting go of his Type 99 Arisaka rifle with fixed bayonet.

 

The numbers of mask wearers in my university town is easily 80% and further out it is 50/50 even in Northfield, which is a working class town that has recently switched Tory. A Labour man coming in with promises of never letting his guard down with future 'pandemics', that promises to rule such an event with an iron fist will certainly get their votes.

 

Notwithstanding that they are all puppets, blue or red, I think that a red party will indicate the direction the powers want us to go in whereas a blue party would mean it wouldn't happen so quickly, as if they are in no great hurry.

 

We will see Gulags under Starmer and the likes of me shall be first through the cold steel doors 

The only way Starker gets in is if they use Dominion voting machines. No way anyone is voting for him, he's a turd. 

 

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9 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

A brilliant idea.

 

The centre, now closed, was in Hounslow, West London, near Heathrow Airport, so would have been handy for tourists to check into the Riot World resort, where nothing can go wrong (like in the 1973 Westworld film).😄

 

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Luv it 🤣

 

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