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7 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Well the bloody dailyfail can come round here and eat the contents of my cat litter tray, absolute government scientist arselickers:
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  ... so the dailyslime can consider everyhting APART from the fact that the vaccine could be to blame!  Oh... and the children were too young to have it? 

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2 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Well the bloody dailyfail can come round here and eat the contents of my cat litter tray, absolute government scientist arselickers:

that is pure class bro i friggin spat my coffee

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35 minutes ago, karmaxxxx said:

that is pure class bro i friggin spat my coffee

Thanks mate - however, I think this is even better from WTFH:

 

3 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I believ the spoon faced little troll with the iq of a pull along duck is about to release her 4th (? WTF) shadow written book ....should be a good read for when you are stuck on the toilet  and theres no paper

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3 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

wow nice!

 

22 bags of 10kg each? wow

It's possible that all the food in Europe will be fcked IF US detonates a nuke in oil rich country. Yeah they want that much to end the oil industry....while we, the UK decides what to do with £8bn worth of unusuable PPE. 🤦‍♂️ I just say....whatever... 🤡

Your bags may come in handy. In the meanwhile, those that can afford will fleet out of Europe..... I'm in two minds about it.

 

There will always be people who makes money during the war, you just have to know the script to get in before everything goes up.

Like schinderler lol 

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My also undiddled pal got this text earlier.

 

”treatments” - what in the blue fucking hell are they if not the jabs?

 

Notice that he’s also getting a Brucey Bonus of some free tests, lucky cunt.

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14 minutes ago, Maddmoo said:

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My also undiddled pal got this text earlier.

 

”treatments” - what in the blue fucking hell are they if not the jabs?

 

Notice that he’s also getting a Brucey Bonus of some free tests, lucky cunt.

 

by treatment they must mean midazolam ?

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Instead of just saying 'Goodbye', people are now saying 'Stay Safe'. I want to respond 'Go Fuck Yourself', but I don't think it'll catch on.

 

Despite how things appear, I do believe that many people know that Covid was suspect and Covax is dangerous. This is shown by the true numbers of Covax recipients not taking into account those who really had little choice (elderly, infirmed, idiots, minions etc).

 

Many won't admit for fear of reprisals but most people are at least suspicious to informed.

 

They only had two years in which to work and they had to do it very tentatively, for the people despite their pliable and reactive nature, would eventually though slowly, revolt.

 

And for all their tricks, threats and fear mongering they didn't get everyone. By the numbers they did get vaccinated, they correlate perfectly with the percentage of people that are stupid, its around 88%.

 

When I say most people suck, I may then quote Charles Manson, "The Public are a bunch of assholes".

 

So Goodnight, Stay Safe and Go Fuck Yourself.

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18 minutes ago, Nemo said:

Instead of just saying 'Goodbye', people are now saying 'Stay Safe'. I want to respond 'Go Fuck Yourself', but I don't think it'll catch on.

 

Despite how things appear, I do believe that many people know that Covid was suspect and Covax is dangerous. This is shown by the true numbers of Covax recipients not taking into account those who really had little choice (elderly, infirmed, idiots, minions etc).

 

Many won't admit for fear of reprisals but most people are at least suspicious to informed.

 

They only had two years in which to work and they had to do it very tentatively, for the people despite their pliable and reactive nature, would eventually though slowly, revolt.

 

And for all their tricks, threats and fear mongering they didn't get everyone. By the numbers they did get vaccinated, they correlate perfectly with the percentage of people that are stupid, its around 88%.

 

When I say most people suck, I may then quote Charles Manson, "The Public are a bunch of assholes".

 

So Goodnight, Stay Safe and Go Fuck Yourself.

 

Big like for your post too; nice 😊

 

When people tell me to ‘stay safe’, I say from what, lying murdering politicians  and their minions?

 

Gives them pause 😐

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They’ve got this right, but not in the way they think; then of course comes the ‘She said those now opposed had scored lower on information processing speed, reading level and verbal skills as children, and as 45-year-olds just before the pandemic, had less practical, everyday health knowledge.

 

Anybody opposing the vaxx has got more smarts than you and your murdering minions will ever have; hag.

 

 

Legacy of mistrust': Dunedin Study links vaccine hesitancy with bad childhood experiences”

 

https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/health/128308781/legacy-of-mistrust-dunedin-study-links-vaccine-hesitancy-with-bad-childhood-experiences

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20 hours ago, Trufflepig said:
21 hours ago, Sinky077 said:

I shared a joint  like you said it’s bullocks 

 

Blowback, bucket and bongs it don't matter shit. Just be sure to steer clear of those deadly needles though.

 

Here's someone who knows everything about that, chasing the dragon and sucking satan's cock, just take one look at the dirty smackhead face and realise these are your glorious role models and heroic leaders shoved on you:

 

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14 minutes ago, jack121 said:

 

Here's someone who knows everything about that, chasing the dragon and sucking satan's cock, just take one look at the dirty smackhead face and realise these are your glorious role models and heroic leaders shoved on you:

 

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Pair of low life dogs, I'm sure that Schwab and Rothschild take it in turns pulling them around on the lead at their freakshow parties.

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Taoiseach Micheal Martin has warns of uncertainty  as the country deals with the cost of living, and the enormous pressure inflation is putting on families, especially low-income households as the fuel allowance is to end on Friday.

Next month’s carbon tax increase will mean an average increase in household bills of 140 euro a month. VAT is increasing given the price rise in energy this gives more tax to Government. The Government took in three billion euro more in VAT than it did in 2020 and most of that will be from energy costs. Increase in carbon tax, due to take effect from May 1, will not be postponed.

Next month’s carbon tax increase will mean an increase in household bills of 140 euro a month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Trufflepig said:

 

Pair of low life dogs, I'm sure that Schwab and Rothschild take it in turns pulling them around on the lead at their freakshow parties.

 

As a dog lover, I take offense.

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28 minutes ago, jack121 said:

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Taoiseach Micheal Martin has warns of uncertainty  as the country deals with the cost of living, and the enormous pressure inflation is putting on families, especially low-income households as the fuel allowance is to end on Friday.

Next month’s carbon tax increase will mean an average increase in household bills of 140 euro a month. VAT is increasing given the price rise in energy this gives more tax to Government. The Government took in three billion euro more in VAT than it did in 2020 and most of that will be from energy costs. Increase in carbon tax, due to take effect from May 1, will not be postponed.

Next month’s carbon tax increase will mean an increase in household bills of 140 euro a month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Does anyone else think he looks as if he's got either herpes or impetigo round his mouth and nose ?...You can get cream for that fella

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6 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

As a dog lover, I take offense.

 

sorry, meant as more a derogatory term for an animal without any morals or consideration for others as long as they're ok themselves. 

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1 minute ago, Trufflepig said:

 

sorry, meant as more a derogatory term for an animal without any morals or consideration for others as long as they're ok themselves. 

 

lol I was joking it's okay. They are fucking low dogs.

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42 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Does anyone else think he looks as if he's got either herpes or impetigo round his mouth and nose ?...You can get cream for that fella

 

His daddy never taught him how to shave properly.

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17 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

Do you know why is it unusable? Where are they storing all of it, does it even exist?

 

I heard there were hundreds of shipping containers on Felixstowe docks with all this equipment in and the government wouldn't transfer it to warehouse facilities to free up the containers, which then contributed to the UK container shortage which subsequently drove prices up on many materials and goods. 

 

Due to the shortage of containers the price of a container went up from £3,500 to £12,500 in the covid period and hence the massive increase in the price of imported goods which is why we now have skyrocketing inflation.

 

All part of the plan to collapse the system...

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