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3 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

The lunatics definitely run the asylum. 
Do you have any experience of political psychiatry? Falsely labelling someone as a nut via coercive control and gaslighting because they’re into conspiracy theories and like a smoke of weed every now and then? 

No i dont. I worked in the NHS for a while.

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14 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

2 yrs to go

how far away are we from 15 million?

 

how many does johnson want. timestamped

 

 

I know. The point was that it's mainly the West and developed nations in the crosshairs, and people still keep simping for the Eurasianist NWO.

 

On 3/15/2023 at 6:40 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

More connections between Boris Johnson and Russian Influencers Emerge:

https://bylinetimes.com/2020/02/14/tip-of-the-iceberg-more-connections-between-boris-johnson-and-russian-influencers-emerge/

 

‘Pro-China’ Boris Johnson ‘enthusiastic’ about belt and road plan
https://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy/article/3019884/pro-china-boris-johnson-enthusiastic-about-belt-and-road-plan

 

Boris Johnson flew to Italy without his security detail and met an ex-kGB agent, 2 days after NATO summit to discuss Russia sanctions:

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2019/nov/17/boris-johnson-met-alexander-lebedev-without-security-after-nato-summit

 

“Boris Johnson was photographed with a suspected Russian spy who called him a ‘good friend’. Johnson has previously been pictured meeting with figures with suspected links to the Russian security services.”

https://www.businessinsider.com/boris-johnson-photographed-with-russian-spy-who-called-him-friend-2019-11

 

“Boris Johnson is suspected of blocking publication of an inquiry into Russian interference in UK elections, because of the ‘embarrassing’ links it reveals between the Russian secret service and donors to the Conservative party.”

https://www.businessinsider.com/boris-johnson-blocked-russian-interference-report-kremlin-link-conservative-donors-2019-11

 

“For almost a decade, Alexander Temerko, who forged a career at the top of the Russian arms industry and had connections at the highest levels of the Kremlin, has been an influential figure in British politics. He’s one of the Conservative Party’s major donors. He counts Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to be Britain’s next PM, among his friends.”

https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/britain-eu-johnson-russian/

 

Boris Johnson gives son of a KGB agent a seat in the House of Lords:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/sir-ian-botham-a-brother-and-brexiteers-boris-johnsons-peerage-list-revealed-kh87sqqxm

 

14 ministers in Boris Johnson’s Government received funding linked to Russia:

https://businessinsider.com/russia-report-donors-boris-johnson-conservative-party-2020-7

 

 

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Johnson#Family_and_ancestors

 

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10 minutes ago, Nip said:

 

Well, something catastrophic will need to happen soon

 

Things are reaching a boiling point culturally, and war could still escalate too. Then they could crackdown with the one closed fist strategy, and bring in world government to bring "peace". That's when the mark, CBDCs, and social credit systems probably come in. Anyone that doesn't take more vaccines gets screwed kind of thing.

 

“The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous."

- Orwell

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34 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

2 yrs to go

how far away are we from 15 million?

 

how many does johnson want. timestamped

 

So aim of these characters is population reduction but whilst topping up the decline with immigration ?

Then what?

Does this "parallel government" and all the think tanks etc know what they want ?

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3 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

So aim of these characters is population reduction but whilst topping up the decline with immigration ?

Then what?

Does this "parallel government" and all the think tanks etc know what they want ?

 

Mass immigration doesn't have to be forever. Once social cohesion is destroyed, and they take all our rights away because of civil unrest, then it will have mostly served its purpose.

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17 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Sorry I meant to say did you have any experience of it when you worked for the nhs? 
Political psychiatry is when they use psychiatry as a weapon to silence people who have alternative views/beliefs. 

 

It is highly unlikely for an ordinary floor-worker to be exposed to such matters. By the time he would see them, they have already been "sorted" and all he would see is a mumbling mess.

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19 minutes ago, Freaky Dragonfly said:

 

It is highly unlikely for an ordinary floor-worker to be exposed to such matters. By the time he would see them, they have already been "sorted" and all he would see is a mumbling mess.

Thanks for your opinion, although I was asking captainlove if they’d heard of any instances of it. 
It’s a brick wall subject 

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2 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Sorry I meant to say did you have any experience of it when you worked for the nhs? 
Political psychiatry is when they use psychiatry as a weapon to silence people who have alternative views/beliefs. 

I didnt really go into things to much when i was at work,as most would of just laughed. But i did have a chat with a manager once or twice about things and that didnt really go so well as i ended up calling them a lefty and clueless person. My job there really did go downhill and i guess they did think i was a crazy, but i was easily triggered so i guess it was partly my fault. I just refused to be brainwashed by there way of thinking.

I left the NHS after this and will never go back,as its really not a good place to work in my experience. So to try and answer your point i would say its probable.

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JABBED?

Former NFL player Chris Smith dead at 31: Tributes pour in for defensive end who last played for Texans in 2021... four years after his girlfriend and mother of his child died in a highway accident

By Ben Nagle For Dailymail.Com

Published: 06:52 BST, 18 April 2023 | Updated: 16:26 BST, 18 April 2023

He played on Sunday in Seattle's XFL win over St Louis Battlehawks, and as yet no cause of death has been announced.

He was represented by Nicole Lynn, the agent who on Monday negotiated the $255m deal Jalen Hurts signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, making him the highest paid player in NFL history. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/nfl/article-11984373/Chris-Smith-dead-31-Tributes-pour-eight-season-NFL-defensive-end.html

 

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Australian actress Maxine Klibingaitis dies 'suddenly and unexpectedly' aged 58: 'Much-loved' star was known for roles in Prisoner and Neighbours

By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:07 BST, 18 April 2023 | Updated: 04:31 BST, 18 April 2023

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11983773/Actress-Maxine-Klibingaitis-star-Neighbours-Prisoner-dies-suddenly-aged-58.html

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40 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

JABBED?

Former NFL player Chris Smith dead at 31: Tributes pour in for defensive end who last played for Texans in 2021... four years after his girlfriend and mother of his child died in a highway accident

By Ben Nagle For Dailymail.Com

Published: 06:52 BST, 18 April 2023 | Updated: 16:26 BST, 18 April 2023

He played on Sunday in Seattle's XFL win over St Louis Battlehawks, and as yet no cause of death has been announced.

He was represented by Nicole Lynn, the agent who on Monday negotiated the $255m deal Jalen Hurts signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, making him the highest paid player in NFL history. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/nfl/article-11984373/Chris-Smith-dead-31-Tributes-pour-eight-season-NFL-defensive-end.html

 

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Australian actress Maxine Klibingaitis dies 'suddenly and unexpectedly' aged 58: 'Much-loved' star was known for roles in Prisoner and Neighbours

By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:07 BST, 18 April 2023 | Updated: 04:31 BST, 18 April 2023

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11983773/Actress-Maxine-Klibingaitis-star-Neighbours-Prisoner-dies-suddenly-aged-58.html

 

Never mind !

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1 hour ago, Captainlove said:

I didnt really go into things to much when i was at work,as most would of just laughed. But i did have a chat with a manager once or twice about things and that didnt really go so well as i ended up calling them a lefty and clueless person. My job there really did go downhill and i guess they did think i was a crazy, but i was easily triggered so i guess it was partly my fault. I just refused to be brainwashed by there way of thinking.

I left the NHS after this and will never go back,as its really not a good place to work in my experience. So to try and answer your point i would say its probable.

You had a chat with the manager about ‘things’? Like, the things we talk about here? And it went down like a ton of bricks-did they trigger you into leaving and were they bullying/gangstalking triggers using info from your personal life?

Sounds like you’re better off without the institutionalised mindset. 

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18 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

You had a chat with the manager about ‘things’? Like, the things we talk about here? And it went down like a ton of bricks-did they trigger you into leaving and were they bullying/gangstalking triggers using info from your personal life?

Sounds like you’re better off without the institutionalised mindset. 

Yes i chatted with a manager, i worked along side them quite often.  It was my choice to leave on my terms, but they did make my live uncomfortable for a while. And yes they did get personal,but thats the same where ever you work.

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47 minutes ago, Saved said:

Very few people these days die after either a long battle or a short illness. 

 

A lot of people probably did die after a long battle but never realized it until they died suddenly

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