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1 hour ago, Athenry04 said:

Fuck man, RIP terry, another 'short illness'. Top musician and was the victim of sexual abuse as a child, which he did well to overcome as an adult.

 

https://www.msn.com/en-xl/news/other/terry-hall-of-the-specials-dies-aged-63/ar-AA15t3IK

 

Oh no. He was a great bloke and a great musician. Used to see him at United games back in the day and would always have a chat. The Specials were a top band and Fun Boy Three too. That's a real bummer.

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1 hour ago, Athenry04 said:

Fuck man, RIP terry, another 'short illness'. Top musician and was the victim of sexual abuse as a child, which he did well to overcome as an adult.

 

https://www.msn.com/en-xl/news/other/terry-hall-of-the-specials-dies-aged-63/ar-AA15t3IK

 

"Brief illness".

 

This is really kicking in now. Will ppl finally see the penny drop?

 

Loved the fact his image back in the 80s was of a truculent, miserable git.

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3 hours ago, Nemo said:

THE GUARDIAN

 

Thousands of Brits are experiencing Covid-like symptoms branded "the worst winter lurgy ever" as bugs sweep the country on a level not seen since before the pandemic.

 

People struck by cold and flu symptoms say they are surprised to get negative results when they do lateral flow tests. Experts say that now people are again mixing like they did in the pre-coronavirus years, unpleasant illnesses are spreading swiftly again. Last week The Mirror reported that hospital admissions for flu had overtaken Covid for the first time since early 2020 as viruses circulate during the cold weather. People fed up of feeling rough say they are fed up with the "worst winter lurgy ever".


Scarlet fever currently three times more prevalent than usual as cases top 7,500. TV writer Daran Little posted on on Twitter: "Anyone else down with something that feels like Covid but isn't?"

The tweet quickly racked up more than 30,000 likes on the social media platform, as hundreds of people commented that they had experienced something similar in recent weeks.

 

"Just getting over 4 weeks of headache, earache and general flu like symptoms," one person shared. "Wasn’t Covid, actually felt far worse than when I had Covid. It totally wiped the whole family out, horrid!"

 

Another Twitter user wrote: "5 weeks now - not a chest infection according to doctor but viral infection. No let-up and it never seems to be better, everyday is just the same and it’s so draining."

 

"Same honestly I’ve got the worst cough imaginable that’s been ongoing for two weeks with no signs of improvement," a third person shared. "The worst." Hospital admissions for flu have overtaken Covid for the first time since 2020 Hospital admissions for flu have overtaken Covid for the first time since 2020. Someone else commented: "I woke up Saturday morning with a tickly throat, but I didn't think much of it and continued going about my day. Within a few hours I developed a headache, a few hours after that I was really pale and by that evening I had developed a cough. I didn't even cough when I had Covid."

 

This year's flu outbreak is gathering pace, with admissions up by nearly two thirds in just seven days. Elderly people aged over 85, and children below five saw the highest rise flu in admissions, health chiefs said. According to the most recent NHS figures, there were 1,162 flu patients in England's hospitals every day last week - up from 712 the week before. Of these 87 were in critical care beds, up from 60 a week earlier. NHS data shows flu admissions were 6.8 per 100,000 in the week to December 11 - overtaking the rate of 6.6 per 100,000 for coronavirus.


Dr Conall Watson, a consultant epidemiologist at the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), said: “Flu is now circulating widely and we have seen a sharp rise in the rate of hospitalisations for flu this week, particularly among the under-fives and over-85s.

 

“Admissions are now at the highest point since the 2017-18 season, and we are expecting case numbers to continue increasing as we move further into winter.” GP Dr Rob Barnett, secretary of the Liverpool Local Medical Committee, said: "We always see an increase in colds and other winter illnesses at this time of year, but for most people, symptoms will get better without treatment, or with medicines readily available from local pharmacies, and they don’t need to see a GP.

 

"If you need advice on how to manage your symptoms at home, speak to your local community pharmacist. If your symptoms worsen and you don’t know what to do, call 111 or visit 111. nhs.uk, they can direct you to the right care, and book you an appointment with a healthcare professional if needed, It's also important to be up-to-date with your Covid vaccinations, and if you’re eligible for the autumn booster and flu vaccines, book these as soon as possible to help you stay well this winter."

 

The Guardian is complicit in the whole thing, pushing the agenda, the jabs, the daily death counter to terrify everyone.

Funded by Gates.

 

 

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11 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

they know that we know the truth. They aren't worried about us as we are just a small group

 

what they want to do is keep the masses ignorant and that is easy as the masses are more interested in the world cup or celebrities in the jungle or celebrities dancing or celebrity gossip etc

 

in fact the masses are focussed on anything except the things that actually matter and make a difference

Indeed, Socrates says it best, and not the footballing version 😄;

 

"Strong minds discuss ideas,

Average minds discuss events,

weak minds discuss people"

 

We know who is who quite clearly these days. 

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10 hours ago, Nemo said:

THE GUARDIAN

 

Thousands of Brits are experiencing Covid-like symptoms branded "the worst winter lurgy ever" as bugs sweep the country on a level not seen since before the pandemic.

 

People struck by cold and flu symptoms say they are surprised to get negative results when they do lateral flow tests. Experts say that now people are again mixing like they did in the pre-coronavirus years, unpleasant illnesses are spreading swiftly again. Last week The Mirror reported that hospital admissions for flu had overtaken Covid for the first time since early 2020 as viruses circulate during the cold weather. People fed up of feeling rough say they are fed up with the "worst winter lurgy ever".


Scarlet fever currently three times more prevalent than usual as cases top 7,500. TV writer Daran Little posted on on Twitter: "Anyone else down with something that feels like Covid but isn't?"

The tweet quickly racked up more than 30,000 likes on the social media platform, as hundreds of people commented that they had experienced something similar in recent weeks.

 

"Just getting over 4 weeks of headache, earache and general flu like symptoms," one person shared. "Wasn’t Covid, actually felt far worse than when I had Covid. It totally wiped the whole family out, horrid!"

 

Another Twitter user wrote: "5 weeks now - not a chest infection according to doctor but viral infection. No let-up and it never seems to be better, everyday is just the same and it’s so draining."

 

"Same honestly I’ve got the worst cough imaginable that’s been ongoing for two weeks with no signs of improvement," a third person shared. "The worst." Hospital admissions for flu have overtaken Covid for the first time since 2020 Hospital admissions for flu have overtaken Covid for the first time since 2020. Someone else commented: "I woke up Saturday morning with a tickly throat, but I didn't think much of it and continued going about my day. Within a few hours I developed a headache, a few hours after that I was really pale and by that evening I had developed a cough. I didn't even cough when I had Covid."

 

This year's flu outbreak is gathering pace, with admissions up by nearly two thirds in just seven days. Elderly people aged over 85, and children below five saw the highest rise flu in admissions, health chiefs said. According to the most recent NHS figures, there were 1,162 flu patients in England's hospitals every day last week - up from 712 the week before. Of these 87 were in critical care beds, up from 60 a week earlier. NHS data shows flu admissions were 6.8 per 100,000 in the week to December 11 - overtaking the rate of 6.6 per 100,000 for coronavirus.


Dr Conall Watson, a consultant epidemiologist at the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), said: “Flu is now circulating widely and we have seen a sharp rise in the rate of hospitalisations for flu this week, particularly among the under-fives and over-85s.

 

“Admissions are now at the highest point since the 2017-18 season, and we are expecting case numbers to continue increasing as we move further into winter.” GP Dr Rob Barnett, secretary of the Liverpool Local Medical Committee, said: "We always see an increase in colds and other winter illnesses at this time of year, but for most people, symptoms will get better without treatment, or with medicines readily available from local pharmacies, and they don’t need to see a GP.

 

"If you need advice on how to manage your symptoms at home, speak to your local community pharmacist. If your symptoms worsen and you don’t know what to do, call 111 or visit 111. nhs.uk, they can direct you to the right care, and book you an appointment with a healthcare professional if needed, It's also important to be up-to-date with your Covid vaccinations, and if you’re eligible for the autumn booster and flu vaccines, book these as soon as possible to help you stay well this winter."

Oh dear - cough, cough... Flu in winter. This is the end of the World. I thought it will be atom bombs all over the place but no - of course farts or sniffle... What a thin society. This explains masks worn by some smokers... Really... WTF. I really don't fucking get it. 🙄

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17 hours ago, Freaky Dragonfly said:

 

I can foresee a situation and not too distant in the future where "we" start wearing face masks to protect ourselves from the vaxxed and all the shit they will be dredging up that their damaged immune systems are letting through and festering. 

 

Don't worry, they'll be dead pretty soon. As you can probably tell i lost all synpathy with the sheep a long time ago. If they want to worship the media, royals politicians and suck satan's cock then go ahead, then we can have the planet all for our selves and not have to put up with their annoying baaing and bleeting assaulting our ears every five minutes

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20 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

Never, and I repeat NEVER, in the entire history of the Earth's climate has a buil-up in CO2 levels ever preceeded an increase in temperature.

 

Temperature drives CO2, not the other way round.

 

 

 

 

Good point. CO2 makes up 0.3% of the atmosphere, water vapour makes up 80% of the atmosphere. There's no way co2  with no proven greenhouse effects can do anything to cause heating not while being present in such small amounts  at least: Now look at the profiteers calling for massive increases in taxes to pay for all of this crap:

 

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The unelected and unanswerable UN ( United Nazis against freedom ) biodiversity framework now calls for 30 percent of land and water to be conserved through government control , aka so they can the government and its buddies can have all the best areas for themselves, where the crops don't get poisined or gmo'd.

Human rights advocates are skeptical, calling the agenda a “big green lie” on social media. “It’s a huge land grab, see what bill gates is doing."

The Bezos Earth Fund has pledged $1 billion to these initiatives, with politicians all over the world shoving billions of dollars of taxpayers money into these self-satisfying schemes.

 

 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, jack121 said:

 

Don't worry, they'll be dead pretty soon....... then we can have the planet all for our selves

 

you won't have the planet to yourself

 

it will be you, the psychopathic elites and the hoards of third world immigrants flooding in who have not had the jabs and are being taught to hate you and blame you for everything through 'critical race theory'

 

sound fun?

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

you won't have the planet to yourself

 

it will be you, the psychopathic elites and the hoards of third world immigrants flooding in who have not had the jabs and are being taught to hate you and blame you for everything through 'critical race theory'

 

sound fun?

Hopefully these people globally will start to realise They are targeted just as much down the road and likewise those running the system ,

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Here's my take on the Terry Hall death....

 

JABBED?

 

Terry Hall of The Specials dies, aged 63 after a “Short illness”

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-64029430

 

Yet another musician dies after a “short illness” and although Terry had problems with valium, in the current climate of all these deaths we have to ask whether the jab caused his death or speeded up underlying health issues.

 

I happened to hear three BBC radio news bulletins this morning, and a couple of things struck me:

 

Absolutely no mention of the cause of death

 

Newsreader mentioned “A string of top 10 hits” but conspicuously failing to mention that the band spent 3 weeks at No.1 in 1981 with “Ghost Town” which was a huge social comment about the general decay happening in Britain and its cities at the time.

 

EDIT: Wikipedia entry excerpt:

Ghost Town" is a song by the British two-tone band the Specials, released on 12 June 1981.[2] The song spent three weeks at number one and 10 weeks in total in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart.

Evoking themes of urban decay, deindustrialisation, unemployment and violence in inner cities, the song is remembered for being a hit at the same time as riots were occurring in British cities. Internal tensions within the band were also coming to a head when the single was being recorded, resulting in the song being the last single recorded by the original seven members of the group before splitting up. However, the song was hailed by the contemporary UK music press as a major piece of popular social commentary,[3][4] and all three of the major UK music magazines of the time awarded "Ghost Town" the accolade of "Single of the Year" for 1981.[5][6][7] It was the 12th-best-selling single in the UK in 1981.[8]

 

The BBC, Ministry of Truth, lying by omission YET AGAIN.

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23 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

Hopefully these people globally will start to realise They are targeted just as much down the road and likewise those running the system ,

 

most people seem to see only the first step of things. They don't tend to see the knock-on effects ('externalities')

 

for example some people will buy electric cars and say 'my car runs on clean energy' but seeing that the car runs on electricity is only step 1

 

step 2 is asking where the electricity comes from. If you are a german driver the chances are your electricity is currently coming from coal power stations. if you are a UK electric car driver then your electricity comes from gas power stations

 

You could go a further step even and ask where the parts for the electric cars come from and you'd find that it requires cobalt that is mined in africa by children in dangerous and toxic mine pits that will destroy the health of those children and toxify the surrounding soil.

 

People don't want to look past step 1 and that is true of the MASS immigration issue too. No one wants to look at who is behind it, what their true intentions are and what the end goal of it is going to be. They just want society to look more like themselves: a short sighted perception of self interest that doesn't take into account the bigger picture

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JABBED?

The Charlatans and Primal Scream star Martin Duffy dies aged 55: Singer Tim Burgess credits gifted musician's 'beautiful soul' as tributes flood in

  • The talented musician played a key role with both bands, featuring on Primal Scream's first two albums before joining The Charlatans in 1996 
  • Confirming Duffy's passing in a social media post on Tuesday, The Charlatans lead singer Tim Burgess praised his 'beautiful soul' 
  • The musician originally joined indie band Felt in 1985 when he was 16 years old after frontman Lawrence posted an advert in a Virgin records 
  • He later joined Primal Scream, initially playing on the band's first two albums - 1987's Sonic Flower Groove and 1989's self titled record 
  • After Charlatans' founding member Rob Collins died in a car accident, Duffy joined the group at the last minute when they supported Oasis

By Jason Chester for MailOnline

Published: 09:48 GMT, 20 December 2022 | Updated: 10:08 GMT, 20 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11557579/The-Charlatans-Primal-Scream-star-Martin-Duffy-dies-aged-55.html

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'Too Much Too Young': Tributes to The Specials singer Terry Hall who has died, aged 63, from a 'brief illness' after pioneering British ska scene and rising to fame with mega-hits like Ghost Town and Gangsters

  • Hall today remembered as 'one of the most brilliant singers Britain has produced'
  • Known for chronicling the social unrest and economic turmoil at turn of the 80s 
  • Bandmate Neville Staples and stars including Boy George paid tribute to the icon

By Chloe Louise and Matt Powell For Mailonline

Published: 22:56 GMT, 19 December 2022 | Updated: 09:51 GMT, 20 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11556031/The-Specials-singer-Terry-Hall-dies-aged-63.html

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Former Cincinnati Reds left-hander Tom Browning, who threw the only perfect game in the franchise's history in 1988, dies at his home at age 62

By Isabel Baldwin For Dailymail.Com and Reuters

Published: 03:42 GMT, 20 December 2022 | Updated: 08:03 GMT, 20 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/mlb/article-11556735/Tom-Browning-threw-perfect-fame-Reds-history-1988-dies-home-age-62.html

&

Mean Girls musical star Stephanie Bissonnette dies at age 32 from brain cancer

By Sarah Sotoodeh For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:43 GMT, 19 December 2022 | Updated: 22:25 GMT, 19 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11555263/Mean-Girls-Musical-star-Stephanie-Bissonnette-dies-age-32-brain-cancer.html

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1 hour ago, HAARPING_On said:

Here's my take on the Terry Hall death....

 

JABBED?

 

Terry Hall of The Specials dies, aged 63 after a “Short illness”

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-64029430

 

Yet another musician dies after a “short illness” and although Terry had problems with valium, in the current climate of all these deaths we have to ask whether the jab caused his death or speeded up underlying health issues.

 

I happened to hear three BBC radio news bulletins this morning, and a couple of things struck me:

 

Absolutely no mention of the cause of death

 

Newsreader mentioned “A string of top 10 hits” but conspicuously failing to mention that the band spent 3 weeks at No.1 in 1981 with “Ghost Town” which was a huge social comment about the general decay happening in Britain and its cities at the time.

 

EDIT: Wikipedia entry excerpt:

Ghost Town" is a song by the British two-tone band the Specials, released on 12 June 1981.[2] The song spent three weeks at number one and 10 weeks in total in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart.

Evoking themes of urban decay, deindustrialisation, unemployment and violence in inner cities, the song is remembered for being a hit at the same time as riots were occurring in British cities. Internal tensions within the band were also coming to a head when the single was being recorded, resulting in the song being the last single recorded by the original seven members of the group before splitting up. However, the song was hailed by the contemporary UK music press as a major piece of popular social commentary,[3][4] and all three of the major UK music magazines of the time awarded "Ghost Town" the accolade of "Single of the Year" for 1981.[5][6][7] It was the 12th-best-selling single in the UK in 1981.[8]

 

The BBC, Ministry of Truth, lying by omission YET AGAIN.

Interesting that the singer of Ghost Town (mainly about Brixton but not only that town/city) should die when Brixton is in the news with the deaths at the concert. And the victims were taken to KINGS hospital (the camera weirdly stayed on the KING on the gates during the coverage the other day).

 

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3 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Interesting that the singer of Ghost Town (mainly about Brixton but not only that town/city) should die when Brixton is in the news with the deaths at the concert. And the victims were taken to KINGS hospital (the camera weirdly stayed on the KING on the gates during the coverage the other day).

 

 

Didn't know about this incident as I don't have a tv but I've just looked it up... what have we here from the report link below?

 

They stated that Rebecca Ikumelo, 33, from Newham, east London, died in hospital on Saturday morning, while two other women aged 21 and 23 remain in a critical condition.

 

https://www.brixtonbuzz.com/2022/12/woman-dies-and-two-critically-injured-after-crush-at-brixton-academy-asake-concert/

 

 

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2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

JABBED?

The Charlatans and Primal Scream star Martin Duffy dies aged 55: Singer Tim Burgess credits gifted musician's 'beautiful soul' as tributes flood in

  • The talented musician played a key role with both bands, featuring on Primal Scream's first two albums before joining The Charlatans in 1996 
  • Confirming Duffy's passing in a social media post on Tuesday, The Charlatans lead singer Tim Burgess praised his 'beautiful soul' 
  • The musician originally joined indie band Felt in 1985 when he was 16 years old after frontman Lawrence posted an advert in a Virgin records 
  • He later joined Primal Scream, initially playing on the band's first two albums - 1987's Sonic Flower Groove and 1989's self titled record 
  • After Charlatans' founding member Rob Collins died in a car accident, Duffy joined the group at the last minute when they supported Oasis

By Jason Chester for MailOnline

Published: 09:48 GMT, 20 December 2022 | Updated: 10:08 GMT, 20 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11557579/The-Charlatans-Primal-Scream-star-Martin-Duffy-dies-aged-55.html

&

'Too Much Too Young': Tributes to The Specials singer Terry Hall who has died, aged 63, from a 'brief illness' after pioneering British ska scene and rising to fame with mega-hits like Ghost Town and Gangsters

  • Hall today remembered as 'one of the most brilliant singers Britain has produced'
  • Known for chronicling the social unrest and economic turmoil at turn of the 80s 
  • Bandmate Neville Staples and stars including Boy George paid tribute to the icon

By Chloe Louise and Matt Powell For Mailonline

Published: 22:56 GMT, 19 December 2022 | Updated: 09:51 GMT, 20 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11556031/The-Specials-singer-Terry-Hall-dies-aged-63.html

&

Former Cincinnati Reds left-hander Tom Browning, who threw the only perfect game in the franchise's history in 1988, dies at his home at age 62

By Isabel Baldwin For Dailymail.Com and Reuters

Published: 03:42 GMT, 20 December 2022 | Updated: 08:03 GMT, 20 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/mlb/article-11556735/Tom-Browning-threw-perfect-fame-Reds-history-1988-dies-home-age-62.html

&

Mean Girls musical star Stephanie Bissonnette dies at age 32 from brain cancer

By Sarah Sotoodeh For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:43 GMT, 19 December 2022 | Updated: 22:25 GMT, 19 December 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11555263/Mean-Girls-Musical-star-Stephanie-Bissonnette-dies-age-32-brain-cancer.html

 

And we're off !! The (delayed) 2022 Murdered-by-Vacks Stakes

 

 

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"Athletes are leading followed by Celebrities a close second and Artists in third but it's early stages yet !"

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3 hours ago, Talorgan said:

Hopefully these people globally will start to realise They are targeted just as much down the road and likewise those running the system ,

 

It's a big club and they are not in it. But they don't know that. And by the time they realise it, it will be too late. 

 

It happened to many nazi executioners. At the end of the execution they will also be shot and buried with the executed. Nothing to see here.

 

 

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