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6 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Damn that climate change! 

 

Well, I've done my bit to help. Shopping Bag for Life, Energy Efficient Light Bulbs and planting a few trees:

 

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1 minute ago, Nip said:

 

Well, I've done my bit to help. Shopping Bag for Life and Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

Is it an eco dyed sustainably sourced zero carbon hessian hemp mixture bag made by an almost extinct tribe of landowning natives from Guatemala who recently signed up to a WEF scheme to produce jungle tat to sell at overinflated prices to holier than thou middle class twats at Waitrose?

 

I bloody well hope so

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2 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Is it an eco dyed sustainably sourced zero carbon hessian hemp mixture bag made by an almost extinct tribe of landowning natives from Guatemala who recently signed up to a WEF scheme to produce jungle tat to sell at overinflated prices to holier than thou middle class twats at Waitrose?

 

I bloody well hope so

 

That's the one. How did you know ??

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7 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:


Trees are good for the environment and therefore you. What strain are those trees?

 

Not sure. A colombian friend of mine gave me a mixture of seeds. He told me they'd do me a lot of good. He said the leaves would need to harvested from time to time. So far so good. Anyway, we are way off topic. My apologies.

 

Best Marijuana Seeds

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35 minutes ago, Nip said:

 

Well, I've done my bit to help. Shopping Bag for Life, Energy Efficient Light Bulbs and planting a few trees:

 

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Shopping bags are scary weapons of defence that are unbeatable, just ask the tank man in Tiananmen Square, that bloke gave those tanks the big un, YEAH, fuk u government, i'm loaded with unnecessary shopping stuff and dangerous.

 

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21 minutes ago, Nip said:

 

Not sure. A colombian friend of mine gave me a mixture of seeds. He told me they'd do me a lot of good. He said the leaves would need to harvested from time to time. So far so good. Anyway, we are way off topic. My apologies.

 

Best Marijuana Seeds

Off topic? This study says bollocks! 😂

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35007072/ - Cannabinoids Block Cellular Entry of SARS-CoV-2 and the Emerging Variants

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On 1/2/2023 at 8:29 PM, SimonTV said:

Face masks are the signal or symbol of their obedience. 

 

Yes, as with sportspeople, on behalf of their fans too, taking the knee. I also think that there is an element of making 'Covid' seem 'real', with the face masks. It's a constant visual reminder to the population that something is at least supposed to be wrong.

 

 

 

On 1/2/2023 at 9:08 PM, Mikheil said:

And you think people will rise up? Don't be daft. If the Govt told them to hammer a 6 inch nail through their foot, they's do it. Fucking LEMMINGS. 

 

Personally, eventually, I do believe in the sheeple. However, putting that debate to one side, I was wondering something else today. If the government sent out a nationwide text message, DEMANDING that everyone went somewhere to pick up a pod and then follow instructions on where to go next ( a la 'Invasion Of The Body Snatchers'), what percentage of the population would comply? Maybe 5%? I don't know.

 

 

 

On 1/3/2023 at 7:16 AM, Observations said:

MP Andrew Bridgen has been on GB News again Monday, with Mark Dolan, calling for a pause to the vaccine. He also said that he had spent 5 years trying to get the news to cover the post office sub-postmaster's scandal. It's interesting if he was involved with revealing that?

 

The hero M.P. we never knew existed. He is controlled, fake opposition. This guy was probably 'our man'. RIP.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Amess

 

 

 

On 1/3/2023 at 9:09 AM, Bombadil said:

Good vid Mr H. Gentleman on the left suggests an inquiry is needed. The problem with inquiry's is that no one gets prosecuted normally.

 

Usually, I think that the primary goal of such Public Inquiries is to waste time, along with trying to give the impression that something meaningful is being done.

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On 1/3/2023 at 1:23 PM, TheConsultant said:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christine_Grady

So Faucis own wife is in charge of NIH bio-ethics. Excellent, I am sure she was professional, neutral and fair as there are no conflicts of interest there whatsoever.

 

Like when they tried to appoint Elizabeth Butler-Sloss as Chair of IICSA and Henry Kissinger as Chair of the 9/11 Commission. I was quite surprised that they didn't also try to appoint Larry Silverstein as Chair of the NIST WTC7 Investigation. Ha ha ha.

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Butler-Sloss%2C_Baroness_Butler-Sloss#Legal_career

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Kissinger#Later_roles

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7 hours ago, Nip said:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-64173824

 

China Covid: Celebrity deaths spark fears over death toll

 

If only they knew it was all down to climate change and spending too much time gardening and please don't get me going on the biological effects of the cost of living crises; my head might explode. There are actually a very few - much like myself and many people here -  who actually believe it's the jabs; muppets !

 

Did you see the video of chinese celebrating new year, they turned over a police car. Then in another image they were using a mannequin in a hospital to try make out they had busy hospitals. Also I heard they are 90% jabbed because government forced everyone. 

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1 hour ago, Fluke said:

Saw a lady wearing a mask again today take it they are ramping it up again 

 

They must be because I also saw people wearing masks again. I enjoy telling people wearing masks that they don't work. Just the shock and horror in their eyes.

 

"So I am just wearing this for no reason, do you think I am stupid".

 

yes and yes

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14 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

Did you see the video of chinese celebrating new year, they turned over a police car. Then in another image they were using a mannequin in a hospital to try make out they had busy hospitals. Also I heard they are 90% jabbed because government forced everyone. 

 

Oh dear. Seriously ? Well, never mind. 

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On 1/3/2023 at 6:05 PM, Macnamara said:

so if the cabal behind this entire jab roll out agenda have wargamed all the scenarios BEFORE they started the scamdemic and will have anticipated that as millions of people began to be harmed or killed by the covid jabs, the general public would begin to become spooked. If the deaths continue at this rate, even the dullest of the public will eventually have to face the reality that its the jabs that are doing this to people. So the question is: what do the elites have planned for that time when the masses become outraged?

 

If not 'The Graham Norton Show', then some very unspeakable things. I am putting my faith in Tolkien, who I am sure knew a thing or two and meant LOTR to be taken metaphorically. The greatest evil, with the most dastardly plans and in the seemingly most impregnable position can still collapse pretty damn quick. Especially quick, even, if one thing is done to them.

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Tactics to Make Sheep stop wearing mask

 

polite tactic.

"Hey,You know they do not work don't you?"

"Hey, You know they cause bacteria lung infections?"

"Hey, You know it is disfiguring your face?"

etc etc  etc

 

subtle tactic.

"you know you would look fantastic if i could see you smile"

"I am hard of hearing, could you lower you mask so i can lip read"

"such a shame you hide your face"

 

shock tactic.

"the mask suit you cause your ugly."

"keep it on i am sick of your face."

"silence is golden when i can't see you spout crap."

 

Try different tactics on your level of confidence scale..

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On 1/4/2023 at 6:15 PM, Observations said:

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More from Rasheed Sanooook as the doddering demented danger to children everywhere kid sniffer joe stalin bioden calls him, i caught this on the TerrorVision before watching a movie as it warmed up on GB news, and i absolutely fell about laughing, anyway this is courtesy of the Independent who have a break down of what was said with there own interpretation of what is meant.

John Rentoul

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/rishi-sunak-new-year-speech-what-he-said-b2255900.html

 

What Rishi Sunak said: New Year should be a time of optimism and excitement. Yet I know many of you look ahead to 2023 with apprehension.

What he really meant:Boris Johnson and Liz Truss have dug me such a deep hole that it will be a miracle if I get out alive. Still, here’s hoping.

What he said: Let me first address two issues that I know are at the forefront of everyone’s minds: I know there are challenges in A&E – people are understandably anxious when they see ambulances queuing outside hospitals.

What he meant: Tony Blair’s tactic of taking what people are worried about head on. And it’s not maths.

What he said: This government will always reflect the people’s priorities.

What he meant: The people’s government, the people’s priorities. New Labour phrases; New Tory government.

What he said: People don’t want politicians who promise the earth and then fail to deliver.

What he meant: Which is why the Conservatives are in such trouble.

What he said: They want government to focus less on politics and more on the things they care about.

What he meant: This is more by way of private joke. “Politician says we should do less politics,” as if politics isn’t all about focusing on the things people care about.

What he said: Since I became prime minister, we’ve made progress: stabilised the economy and people’s mortgage rates …

What he meant: I reversed the disaster of my predecessor’s reign of error, but mortgage rates are still higher than they were.

What he said: … And set out a concrete plan to stop the boats.

What he meant: A concrete plan: either dropping concrete blocks on them or building a concrete wall across the middle of the Channel. I’ll let you know when I’ve decided.

What he said: But of course, we need to do more. So I want to make five promises to you today.

What he meant: Like the New Labour pledge card of 1997. It worked for them, although those, too, were mostly things that were going to happen anyway.

What he said: NHS waiting lists will fall.

What he meant: That one’s a bit tricky. If I bury it at number four of five, people might not notice that I haven’t said which lists when.

What he said: We will either have achieved them or not. No tricks, no ambiguity: we’re either delivering for you or we’re not.

What he meant: Or we’re somewhere in the middle arguing about definitions. Some ambiguity possibly. But definitely no tricks.

What he said: We will rebuild trust in politics through action, or not at all.

What he meant: We will not rebuild trust in politics, but we only have to be as distrusted as the other guy.

What he said: So, I ask you to judge us on the effort we put in and the results we achieve.

What he meant: Please, judge us on the effort we put in. We will try very hard. The results will be outside our control.

What he said: Politicians talk a lot about change…

What he meant: Keir Starmer is giving a speech tomorrow.

What he said: But the truth is, no government, no prime minister, can change a country by force of will or diktat alone. Real change isn’t provided – it’s created. It’s not given – it’s demanded. Not granted – but invented.

What he meant: True change must come from the people. And if people are disappointed by the lack of change, they have only themselves to blame. Definitely not the prime minister, who has only been in the job for 71 days and is trying very hard.

What he said: We need to change the way our country works.

What he meant: I have a copy of Keir Starmer’s speech here and will steal some of his lines.

What he said: That’s why we are … seizing the opportunities of Brexit to ensure our regulatory system is agile and pro-innovation.

What he meant: I will mention Brexit once, in passing.

What he said: I believe good, well-paid jobs are about more than just financial security. They give people purpose, confidence, dignity – the chance to build a better life for themselves.

What he meant: I believe in a bright green future, powered by recycling. This section is recycled Gordon Brown on the dignity of work, as rewritten by ChatGPT.

What he said: But I also believe that if you work hard and play by the rules you should be rewarded.

What he meant: Now some recycled Bill Clinton from the 1992 US election 30 years ago.

What he said: Strong communities are also built on values, on the golden rule: treat others as you would like to be treated yourself.

What he meant: Back to some recycled Tony Blair.

What he said: Anti-social behaviour isn’t inevitable or a minor crime. It makes life miserable for so many and it can be a gateway to more extreme crimes. So, this government will work tirelessly to crack down on anti-social behaviour … giving communities confidence that these crimes will be quickly and visibly punished.

What he meant: March them to a cashpoint.

What he said: As chancellor, I introduced Multiply, a new programme to give hundreds of thousands of adults the opportunity to get the basic numerical skills they need.

What he meant: I am very clever. Let me explain it to you.

What he said: I am now making numeracy a central objective of the education system.

What he meant: New Labour did the literacy and numeracy hour in primary schools, but frankly some of you failed to build on the opportunity and would still struggle to make a pivot table in Excel.

What he said: Just imagine what greater numeracy will unlock for people: the skills to feel confident with your finances, to find the best mortgage deal or savings rate; the ability to do your job better and get paid more; and greater self-confidence to navigate a changing world.

What he meant: It’s for your own good.

What he said: At a time when we’re putting record sums into the NHS, and recruiting record numbers of doctors and nurses, healthcare professionals are still unable to deliver the care they want, and patients aren’t receiving the care they deserve. So we need to recognise that something has to change.

What he meant: The private sector could do a better job, but that’s not realistic, so…

What he said: That doesn’t mean structural reforms to the NHS. We will always protect the founding principle of an NHS free at the point of use. But what it does mean is an NHS where patients are in control, with as much choice as possible.

What he meant: What he meant: New Labour, New Britain, New NHS.

What he said: Family is something politicians struggle to talk about because you can all too readily be pilloried for being out of touch or, worse, hostile to those who don’t conform to some idealised form.

What he meant: But there are also a lot of socially conservative voters out there who like a bit of the old traditional family platitudes.

What he said: We’re going to roll out Family Hubs to offer parents the support they need to raise a child.

What he meant: Someone suggested we should call them Sure Start centres, but I don’t think they would roll so well if put on their sides.

What he said: As well as peace of mind today, this afternoon I’ve also set out a vision for a better future for our children and grandchildren. We’re not going to get there overnight. Or even in this parliament. But this is the journey we are on.

What he meant: Tony Blair went on a journey.

What he said: Others may talk about change, I will deliver it. I won’t offer you false hope or quick fixes, but meaningful, lasting change.

What he meant: Keir Starmer will do his “time for change” shtick tomorrow. Don’t buy it. I have better technocratic answers to difficult questions.

What he said: I want people to feel something that they do not always feel today: a belief that public services work for them; a knowledge that if you work hard in the good times, the state will be there for you during the bad.

What he meant: If you want New Labour statism, vote for me.

What he said: I will only promise what I can deliver. And I will deliver what I promise.

What he meant: My promises will be beige and modest and no one will ever know whether they’ve been delivered or not.

 

My take on it all

Effectively what we have here is a pledge to rob you of any worth you may still have, and the country that we love, because this midget is doing the ol' hitler one two of getting on a stage under a symbol that's supposed to WOW us into this shit by saying vote for me and i will give it back to you what we stole from you in the first place, YAWN

And by the way don't i look sexy in comparison to the last lot of liars deceivers fraudsters and child killers, NOPE i can not see a difference.

 

Fuk off Rasheeed Sanooook, and take your gang of traitors to the gallows that will be built outside parliament, we the people have got this, fool us once and you fuked us over, there is no twice, SNAP!!!

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2 hours ago, numnuts said:

Usually, I think that the primary goal of such Public Inquiries is to waste time, along with trying to give the impression that something meaningful is being done.

 

Yes, if people believe that something meaningful is being done, it convinces them not to take action themselves. It gives them a spark of false "Hope".

 

 

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23 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

They say the dead don't talk, and people can be hounded into the ground, well now you can text the bastards while they're in the ground, so what's it like on the other side, SAME!!!

Well that suks, WINNING

Exactly!

Whether you are dead or alive, same kind of shit goes on....

The only way it out.

 

 

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