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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

UK government approved a new covid vaccine from South Korea/Germany 

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-approval-of-covid-19-vaccine-skycovion

 

Not sure why they need a new vaccine when everyone already vaccinated. 

 

Skycovion? Sounds like a villain from the Star Trek franchise..

 

Just waded through the turgid 'Summary of Product Characteristics' - surprised to find a non-toxic adjuvant (tocopherol/vitamim E) - but then came across this gem:

 

'Neither genotoxicity nor carcinogenicity studies were performed.

The components of the vaccine are not expected to have genotoxic potential.'

 

Guess the Government and Treasury are not going to have any more worries about those allegedly 'unsustainable' pensions!

 

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18 hours ago, allymisfit said:

It's absolutely freezing here today. Heating is back on...sigh.

 

I've noticed crime has increased a lot in my area.

Murders, people in critical states due to violence. It's absolutely terrifying to say the least.

I felt like turning the heating on as well, but luckily i was wearing my ski clothes so did not feel the cold so much.

I just have to tell you about the clothes as i have told about everyone else i know. Please buy some ski clothes, salopettes, or ski trousers. They are brill !!

You can walk around all day, and you don't feel the cold. Walk out of the front door, the rain just drips off you, the wind just bounces off you.

They don't cost much more than ordinary clothes, like £40 for a pair of ski trousers, and they are so warm.

I wore them on a sking hoilday a few years ago, i could sit on the ice and not even feel it.

A must have item in todays global tampered world.

I haven't noticed any increases in violence in my area, what is the reason for this, are you living a city. It's usually quieter in the towns

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18 hours ago, Captainlove said:

I never understood how a country surrounded by water could have a shortage,Its not like we live in central Africa. Also they should of built desalination plants years ago, but they will say it too expensive, lol sure the amount of money they make is a joke yes SWW you. 

Sorry to go off topic.

 

It is a good point. A small island off the coast of france, which is surrounded by water, is having a water shortage?

Now I'm just waiting for water expert bill gates to chirp in with his experienced words of doom - Well he seems to be an expert in everything else

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On 5/31/2023 at 3:00 AM, Mr H said:

I think too.

 

The culling of the elderly was to solve the demographic imbalances that resulted after the baby-boom generation.

 

Not enough workers to feed the useless eaters and economy cannot grow without this imbalance addressed.

 

I think the knowledge issue can be solved by Blockchain, although not sure how many elderly use the Blockchain and Arweave.

I kind'a disagree. They did cull the elderly, but the elderly had worked all their lives and were living off their pension money, which ofcourse they had rightly earned and certainly belonged to them. So to class them as useless eaters is wrong, they were self-sufficent. They were all murdered, then sunak proudly declared he made £5 billion, as he no longer had to pay the carehome residents their rightfull pension.

The only useless eaters are the ones who coined this term in the first place: Bill gates, the royals, politicians, wef, un. The people steal so much taxpayers money, the system cannot support this.

There is very little over consumption by the ordinary everyday working class people, who are dropping in on foodbanks because they can't afford to eat, who can't pay their bills and are having their gas and electricity cut off.

On the other hand look at the royals, who live in fifty bedroom castles, with a dozen cars in the garage, and are always disappearing off on luxurious expensive holidays – whenever the feel like, all paid for by YOU.

Look at the £2 billion they spent on their jubilee a few months ago. Look at their private jets, stately homes, thousands of butlers and servants, billions of pounds of taxpayers money they spend every year - there is only one group putting a strain on the system.

Look at the elites, and how they have caused the country to become massively in debt to the banks. Liz truss went to the banks and borrowed £180 billion, then gave the money away to her mates in the gas and electricity companies - the elites borrowed the money, spent all the money on themselves, then sent you all the repayment bills.

And they will go to the banks tomorrow and borrow another £180 billion, then quickly send you all the repayment bills. Then they will go to the banks again, and again, and again, borrow more billions, enjoy the money, spend the money on themselves: new houses, new cars, then send you all of their bills - there is only one overconsumption happening.

It is not that there are not enough workers, the british people pay a lot more into the system than they take out, it is the elites who are really taking the serious money out and putting nothing back

 

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9 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

the labour party wants to give public sector workers a 4 day working week but who would pay for that? They can only raise the money 2 ways: they can tax the private sector or they can borrow and if they borrow they will owe more interest on the national debt which they can pay for only 2 ways: they can tax the workers or they can borrow and increase the interest on the debt.....

 

Because the government had failed to do any Austerity in it's time in power (paying down debt), interest payments of UK debt alone have now hit £115,700,000,000 per year.

This is £1,726 per person per year.

Your taxes are increasingly NOT spent on any public services. https://t.co/NF8YM8MnCY pic.twitter.com/7oo2RMivCB

— Maven Politic (@MavenPolitic) May 30, 2023

 

They do seem to have a insane love affair with the banks, these continual bank bailouts they keep doing, yet the richest people in the world the bankers keep coming back every few months with the begging bowl in their hand demanding more, claiming poverty !!!  Have you seen how the rothschilds live ?

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3 hours ago, jack121 said:

I felt like turning the heating on as well, but luckily i was wearing my ski clothes so did not feel the cold so much.

I just have to tell you about the clothes as i have told about everyone else i know. Please buy some ski clothes, salopettes, or ski trousers. They are brill !!

You can walk around all day, and you don't feel the cold. Walk out of the front door, the rain just drips off you, the wind just bounces off you.

They don't cost much more than ordinary clothes, like £40 for a pair of ski trousers, and they are so warm.

I wore them on a sking hoilday a few years ago, i could sit on the ice and not even feel it.

A must have item in todays global tampered world.

I haven't noticed any increases in violence in my area, what is the reason for this, are you living a city. It's usually quieter in the towns

 

When I was young, Midsummer day was 21 June. Google changed that, because they labelled June 1 as the START of summer (bollocks) and the cunts believe everything Google says.

 

Now today is 1st June and we've had temperatures reach over 20 degrees for the first time 3 days ago, the sun is shining, but the temperature you FEEL is cold, because there's a cold breeze and the wind chill factor makes it feel much cooler than it is. 

 

Every year until 2021, I had to put the fan on in the bedroom at night. Last year ONE NIGHT ONLY. We only let out wood/coal stove go (almost) out 3 days ago. The FIRST year we've not let it go out in early March.

 

The stupid cunts on TV are screeching the 'Global Warming' or 'Climate Change' every day. For sure there's climate change. IT'S GETTING COLDER!

 

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8 minutes ago, Mikheil said:

When I was young, Midsummer day was 21 June. Google changed that, because they labelled June 1 as the START of summer (bollocks) and the cunts believe everything Google says.

 

Now today is 1st June and we've had temperatures reach over 20 degrees for the first time 3 days ago, the sun is shining, but the temperature you FEEL is cold, because there's a cold breeze and the wind chill factor makes it feel much cooler than it is. 

 

Every year until 2021, I had to put the fan on in the bedroom at night. Last year ONE NIGHT ONLY. We only let out wood/coal stove go (almost) out 3 days ago. The FIRST year we've not let it go out in early March.

 

The stupid cunts on TV are screeching the 'Global Warming' or 'Climate Change' every day. For sure there's climate change. IT'S GETTING COLDER!

 

I agree my runner beans etc are almost dormant! 

I think perhaps the media talk of colour coded weather warnings is probably another excuse for blame when people unexpectedly keel over also to get us so used to relying on experts to tell what's what and not trust our own senses and independent research.

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20 minutes ago, Mikheil said:

When I was young, Midsummer day was 21 June. Google changed that, because they labelled June 1 as the START of summer (bollocks) and the cunts believe everything Google says.

 

Now today is 1st June and we've had temperatures reach over 20 degrees for the first time 3 days ago, the sun is shining, but the temperature you FEEL is cold, because there's a cold breeze and the wind chill factor makes it feel much cooler than it is. 

 

Every year until 2021, I had to put the fan on in the bedroom at night. Last year ONE NIGHT ONLY. We only let out wood/coal stove go (almost) out 3 days ago. The FIRST year we've not let it go out in early March.

 

The stupid cunts on TV are screeching the 'Global Warming' or 'Climate Change' every day. For sure there's climate change. IT'S GETTING COLDER!

 

Wait till the wind is coming up from Morocco and the southern continent, then we’ll all wish for a bit of cool weather! 
 

7 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

I agree my runner beans etc are almost dormant! 

I think perhaps the media talk of colour coded weather warnings is probably another excuse for blame when people unexpectedly keel over also to get us so used to relying on experts to tell what's what and not trust our own senses and independent research.

Right now your runner beans are putting their energy into root growth as it’s warmer underground atm, the moment the sun shines and it gets hot, boom! 
 

When you see the weather on telly and you see the colours of high and low pressure- blue for low cold and red yellow for high warm, do you notice the difference from previous years? 
Could be the El Niño effect but cold blues seem to be dipping much farther south and the warm reds seem to reach up higher into the north/Scandinavian countries. 
 

I’ve never seen it like this before, maybe the US military stockpile in Norway was justified, they knew the north would thaw at some point and the south would get the north’s rainfall. 

Seems the poles are partially shifting or traditional weather patterns are merging into one giant clusterf**k?

 

We’re sort of stuck in the middle

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11 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Wait till the wind is coming up from Morocco and the southern continent, then we’ll all wish for a bit of cool weather! 
 

Right now your runner beans are putting their energy into root growth as it’s warmer underground atm, the moment the sun shines and it gets hot, boom! 
 

When you see the weather on telly and you see the colours of high and low pressure- blue for low cold and red yellow for high warm, do you notice the difference from previous years? 
Could be the El Niño effect but cold blues seem to be dipping much farther south and the warm reds seem to reach up higher into the north/Scandinavian countries. 
 

I’ve never seen it like this before, maybe the US military stockpile in Norway was justified, they knew the north would thaw at some point and the south would get the north’s rainfall. 

Seems the poles are partially shifting or traditional weather patterns are merging into one giant clusterf**k?

 

We’re sort of stuck in the middle

Yes  also  we know they can manipulate the jet stream,currents with ionospheric heaters etc 

 

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Mental Health: battleground of individualism v's collectivism

 

There are two schools of thought with mental health. One school of thought argues that mental health is down to genetics which leads to 'chemical imbalances in the brain' which then need to be corrected through the use of synthetic drugs which are applied on a trial and error basis until one is found which pacifies the patient.

 

The other school of thought is that mental health is related to anxiety and that if a person is anxious enough they can become neurotic and if they are very anxious they can become manic. Psychiatrists look at the behaviours of people and when those people exhibit certain clusters of behaviours the psychiatrists have given that cluster of behaviours a name for example such-and-such 'disorder' but there is no medical test to affirm the existence of that disorder; they can't for example take a blood test or an MRI scan that can identify the so called 'disorder'.

 

Now consider the common saying that a person is having 'sleepless nights' because they are concerned about something. Something is weighing on their mind and it disrupts their sleep. Maybe they can't get to sleep or maybe they wake up in the middle of the night worried. So we all know really that anxiety can then impact our wellbeing because lack of sleep can leave us feeling de-energised, de-motivated and can even lower a persons IQ by several points. A tired person is more prone to mistakes which then makes their day harder as they struggle to overcome not only the usual demands of life but also correcting the extra mistakes. All of this can create a downward spiralling effect.

 

In the political arena there are also two schools of thought. There is one school that believes in individual freedom and personal responsibility and in living by a moral code which respects the rights of others; sometimes those codes are codified into a 'constitution'. The other school of thought is the 'collectivist' mindset which believes that people should subsume their own will into the will of the collective and that is achieved by blindly obeying whatever directive is passed down from perceived authority figures.

 

In the last century we saw collectivist models such as nazism and communism lead to the death of millions so a reasonable person might consider that the debate is over and yet we see the collectivist mindset alive and well today in the west. For example during the covid psuedo-pandemic we saw the government tell the population that 'we are all in it together' and that we must all vaccinate ourselves and our children with new mRNA injections that had been created and rolled out in 8 months (vaccines usually take ten years to get to market). Those of the collectivist mindset, leapt to attention and marched off to their nearest government vaccination centre to receive the state sanctioned medical intervention whilst those of the individualist mindset said 'hold on, the official figures say that coronavirus has a 99.5% survivability rate, which is comparable to the flu and is only killing people over 80 years old who have co-morbidities. So I don't perceive this to be a sufficient threat for me to take a brand new and untried medical intervention.'

 

The individualists have proven to be pro-choice whilst the collectivists exhibited increasingly threatening and authoritarian overtones as they discussed the perceived need to lock up and even force vaccinate the 'refusniks' (a term from the collectivist soviet union).

 

So with all this in mind lets return to the mental health issue to examine how the two schools of thought there tie into the two schools of thought in the political realm. The collectivists favour the school of thought that there is some intrinsic flaw in the person that leads to a 'chemical imbalance in the brain' which must be corrected with drugs because this enables the system to drug a person and contain them without any self-examination of the underlying causes of their anxiety which could in turn lead to an examination of the system itself and its impact on the individual. This school of thought leads to individuals being drugged and contained within institutions so that they don't disrupt the wider collectivist machine and the other workers. If a person expresses dissent against the system they can be branded as 'crazy' and then contained within the psychiatric industrial complex. The soviets even created a system called 'socionics' to identify peoples personality types so that they could identify people more likely to critique the system so that they could be sent to gulags to avoid those people contaminating the rest of society with ideas of: individual freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of worship and personal responsibility.

 

The individualist school on the other hand believes in taking personal responsibility so this school of thought is more inclined to look at an anxious person holistically in order to ask 'what is making them anxious?' This school of thought can lead to looking more expansively at all the factors that affect an individual and in turn can lead to a re-examination of the system itself because it may conclude that a repressive and authoritarian collectivist system is adverse to a person's wellbeing. For this reason the collectivists will always seek to limit the scope of examination of the wider issues by creating an 'overton window' of accepted discussion and its state propagandists on the TV and radio will be briefed to keep all discussion within that narrow band so that no problem can ever really be identified or resolved.

 

If a person is told things about reality that run contrary to their own inner conscience this creates an inner tension called 'cognitive dissonance'. A collectivist system such as the one outlined in Orwell's fictional work, '1984', about INGSOC (English socialism) may pass down dictates to the individual who may inwardly disagree with what they are being told but who will be under enormous pressure to comply and therefore this will create cognitive dissonance which as a form of anxiety may then, in turn, impact their physiology leading to ill mental and physical health. This is probably why when the Berlin wall came down people fled in one direction only: away from communism.

 

Today we see the British state moving away from its ancient common law traditions into a more collectivist model and as we go through that shift we are also seeing a decline in mental health. The people who uphold that system invariably wear uniforms to create an air of authority so that people obey them however those uniformed people will be affected by the dictates of the central authority controlling the collectivist system as much as the non-uniformed population (eg covid jab roll-outs) so it behooves them to consider their own individual conscience before acting. Inside the uniform is a human being, with a soul who can exercise personal responsibility. The uniform and the job title that goes with it are a soulless shell that has no conscience and acts purely as a vessel and conduit of the will of the central authority of the collectivist system. The Nuremburg trials, held after the second world war, decided that uniformed people could not argue as a defence that they were 'just following orders'; they are lawfully required to exercise their own conscience before acting and are then held personally responsible for their actions. This means that at some point all people in uniforms must decide between their inner conscience and the exercise of personal responsibility and the immoral and authoritarian dictates of centralised authority which will, inevitably, increasingly demand that they impinge on the individual freedoms and God given rights of individuals.

 

The increasingly collectivist British system meanwhile will surely follow the path of the soviet union and deem anyone exercising personal responsibility as somehow mentally defective so that they can other and demonise them to alienate them from the rest of society in order to contain them or neutralise them. Those who dissent will be branded 'domestic terrorists' or 'anti-vaxxers' or 'conspiracy theorists' or 'extremists' as a dog whistle to the rest of society to ignore and even persecute those people. However it is within those people that the human conscience can continue to shine through.

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4 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

They do seem to have a insane love affair with the banks, these continual bank bailouts they keep doing, yet the richest people in the world the bankers keep coming back every few months with the begging bowl in their hand demanding more, claiming poverty !!!  Have you seen how the rothschilds live ?

 

the bankers and the royal family are the biggest welfare recipients in the country along with the 'green' energy sectors like the windmills which are all heavily subsidised by the taxpayer

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12 hours ago, SimonTV said:

UK government approved a new covid vaccine from South Korea/Germany 

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-approval-of-covid-19-vaccine-skycovion

 

Not sure why they need a new vaccine when everyone already vaccinated. 

 

well they have still got to 'vaccinate' all the poultry and the cows and the sheep and the pigs and the goats.....then you eat it

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17 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

the argument that they are killing the old to boost the economy doesn't stack up because they are replacing them with poor, unskilled migrants that are a net drain on the economy. Bare in mind also that they intend to lay off much of the workforce through automation and AI

 

If they blocked immigration whilst bumping off the old then you could make an argument that it is about economics because then they wouldn't need to pay out pension money to the old and all of their wealth would be passed down to the next generation who would spend it into the economy. But clearly the country is being incredibly wasteful with its money for example in ukraine and on accommodation for migrants and also welfare for all the migrants

 

So evidently the politicians are not playing to win. They are simply looking to destroy britain as it currently exists in order to turn it into just another district in the globalised technocratic plantation

I haven't studied those things you mention - immigration is a net drain and they are replacing old.

 

My instinct tells me it's not a drain on the economy but who knows.

 

My perspective comes from a larger macro POV.

 

There is a generational fear and greed economic cycle which lasts 35 years, each one split into 17.5 years.

 

We are just coming out of the fear cycle and about to enter a greed cycle. However, demographically, the numbers were still heavy in terms of old/young ratio. Covid helped adjust this. Now bankers will get their 17.5 years of greed cycle

 

 

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20 hours ago, Made in Wales said:

Ive not posted for a while but have caught up daily with people's views and opinions on all things convid and it is striking how the weather for May has been one of the coldest I can remember for 30 years or more. 

 

My neighbour has a holiday place in Portugal and told me how wet it has been there and Italy last week had atrocious flooding which again for this time of year is quite unusual. 

 

We obviously know these evil sods are arsing about with chemtrails etc and the fake war, engineered increase in fuel and energy and food prices is just ripping us all off left right and centre plus interest rates sneaking up every few months until I suspect TPTB see how much they can get away with  until riots French style break out. 

 

So we just keep going and longing for justice to catch up with these psychopaths and thankfully there are still social media platforms that these satan worshippers can't control although there are clearly infiltraitors and controlled opposition that try their best to deflect and discredit, I think we are all pretty savy by now at recognising those that have clearly sold their soul and can see how desperate the NWO elites are of their house of cards collapsing. 

 

Finally I don't know if it is related or not but I'm reading a lot of stuff on twitter about the Antarctic, Operation High Jump and Admiral Byrd plus the Book of Enoch which is absolutely fascinating and for those that haven't clued up on that side of things I definitely recommend you have a look.

 

It's not just chem trails. Personally I think that is one of many cover ups to the real disaster of the magnetic poles splitting. We are already seeing big volcanoes around the world more active. There will be massive upheaval when it really gets going. Everything else will be a sideshow then.

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7 hours ago, jack121 said:

I kind'a disagree. They did cull the elderly, but the elderly had worked all their lives and were living off their pension money, which ofcourse they had rightly earned and certainly belonged to them. So to class them as useless eaters is wrong, they were self-sufficent. They were all murdered, then sunak proudly declared he made £5 billion, as he no longer had to pay the carehome residents their rightfull pension.

The only useless eaters are the ones who coined this term in the first place: Bill gates, the royals, politicians, wef, un. The people steal so much taxpayers money, the system cannot support this.

There is very little over consumption by the ordinary everyday working class people, who are dropping in on foodbanks because they can't afford to eat, who can't pay their bills and are having their gas and electricity cut off.

On the other hand look at the royals, who live in fifty bedroom castles, with a dozen cars in the garage, and are always disappearing off on luxurious expensive holidays – whenever the feel like, all paid for by YOU.

Look at the £2 billion they spent on their jubilee a few months ago. Look at their private jets, stately homes, thousands of butlers and servants, billions of pounds of taxpayers money they spend every year - there is only one group putting a strain on the system.

Look at the elites, and how they have caused the country to become massively in debt to the banks. Liz truss went to the banks and borrowed £180 billion, then gave the money away to her mates in the gas and electricity companies - the elites borrowed the money, spent all the money on themselves, then sent you all the repayment bills.

And they will go to the banks tomorrow and borrow another £180 billion, then quickly send you all the repayment bills. Then they will go to the banks again, and again, and again, borrow more billions, enjoy the money, spend the money on themselves: new houses, new cars, then send you all of their bills - there is only one overconsumption happening.

It is not that there are not enough workers, the british people pay a lot more into the system than they take out, it is the elites who are really taking the serious money out and putting nothing back

 

Yes  indeed. The economy is there and primarily only benefits elites. And we are about to enter a greed cycle of 17.5 years where economic growth will be quite extreme and the beneficiaries will be the banksters. So they needed to rebalance in preparation for this cycle.

 

Some elderly are self sufficient some not. They don't help grow an economy because they are savers, and they don't produce. they also don't facilitate expansion of velocity of money which is needed to grow an economy.

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17 hours ago, Nip said:

 

I am surprised that anyone is surprised

 

What a pity ! Never mind !

Perhaps instead of being dismissive or derogatory of people who fell for govt blarney, you could try compassion.

What if that was you that had made a mistake, would you still have the same view?

Many who did fall for it are waking up now. It's our job to help them not look down on them or pretend we are better. Superiority complex is just another program installed by the cabal.

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9 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Yes  indeed. The economy is there and primarily only benefits elites. And we are about to enter a greed cycle of 17.5 years where economic growth will be quite extreme and the beneficiaries will be the banksters. So they needed to rebalance in preparation for this cycle.

 

Some elderly are self sufficient some not. They don't help grow an economy because they are savers, and they don't produce. they also don't facilitate expansion of velocity of money which is needed to grow an economy.

This is a good point.

 

How is it that so much value can be revolving around almost useless online ventures, and these people can be making hundreds of thousands a year from basically- nothing.

 

Like digital nomads who create sustainable online spaces or niche social spaces, consultancy, drop shipping, pointless plastic products, it boggles the mind that all these, at the moment, highly profitable businesses are based on nothing- or weak sentiment at best.

 

This is because everything is still relatively ‘good’. A few more years and no one will be caring about some online craft business or ‘sustainable’ woke social corporate bollocks consultancy, they’ll be clamouring for food scraps from the supermarket bins. 
 

But they make a decent living, can afford luxury holidays. 
Their consumer technology has given them their good life. They’ll never give up their device, they’ll gladly take the chip and any other vax/genetic modification/enhancement that is deemed necessary to carry on this life of abundance. 

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9 minutes ago, RobinJ said:

Perhaps instead of being dismissive or derogatory of people who fell for govt blarney, you could try compassion.

What if that was you that had made a mistake, would you still have the same view?

Many who did fall for it are waking up now. It's our job to help them not look down on them or pretend we are better. Superiority complex is just another program installed by the cabal.

thanks to the fake news media the jabbed sheepies do not acknowledge adverse reactions to the jab exist

while suffering from adverse reactions to the jab

 

the jabbed are fully invested into the narrative and pride will never let them come out.  had jabbed family tell be blood clots are rare ffs.

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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

well they have still got to 'vaccinate' all the poultry and the cows and the sheep and the pigs and the goats.....then you eat it

So using the logic of this article and it's findings;

 

"This warning came from Dr. William Makis, a Canadian physician with a triple specialization in radiology, oncology and immunology and the author of over 100 peer-reviewed medical articles. Makis provided two cases of babies who passed away due to being breastfed by mothers fully vaccinated against COVID-19"

 

 

https://www.naturalnews.com/2023-05-30-babies-breastfed-by-mrna-vaccinated-mothers-dying.html

 

 Is it therefore possible via dairy products etc?

Perhaps organic certified  animals are exempt though ,not sure yet ,or when they start mRNA-  ING the animals?

Might re veganise again completely again 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mr H said:

I haven't studied those things you mention - immigration is a net drain and they are replacing old.

 

My instinct tells me it's not a drain on the economy but who knows.

 

the ickes shared this piece recently on their website:

 

The ticking time-bomb

What the latest immigration numbers really mean

25 May 2023

 

https%3A%2F%2Fsubstack-post-media.s3.ama
 

And so there we have it. Despite all the talk of Britain “taking back control”, despite all the talk of lowering immigration, despite all the talk of reforming a national economy which is clearly broken, this morning it was revealed net migration into Britain has soared to a new and historically unprecedented record of 606,000 —meaning 606,000 more people entered the country than left.

Some of the numbers are truly staggering —like the fact 1.2 million people migrated into Britain last year, of which 925,000 came from outside Europe. Or the fact net migration has surged by another 118,000 people since 2021 alone, and has nearly doubled since before the Covid-19 pandemic. Or the fact the number of asylum-seekers who are arriving from outside Europe has surged to a new high of 76,000. Or the fact the number of people who are arriving on study-related visas since 2020 has rocketed by nearly 250,000. Or the fact the number of relatives of international students who are now also entering Britain has more than doubled in only two years.

There are a lot of arguments that could be made right now.

I could tell you that these numbers make a total mockery of the Conservative Party —that despite repeated promises in its last four manifestoes, net migration has now rocketed from 250,000 under David Cameron, in 2010, to more than 600,000 today.

I could tell you that much of this was stoked by Boris Johnson, the very man who promised to “bring overall numbers down” only to then liberalise the entire regime, even removing a requirement for firms to advertise jobs in Britain first and making it possible for overseas workers in some areas to be paid 20 per cent below the UK rate.

I could tell you that mass immigration is now clearly being used to prop up a failing system of higher education, that by flooding the market with international students and their relatives —many of whom do not attend the top universities or make a clear contribution to the economy— we’re preventing failing universities from going bust and removing any incentive for the sector to reform and invest in British kids.

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I could tell you that despite the Tories trying to dress this up as leading Britain into a new era of “high-skilled” immigration it’s nothing of the sort —that we’re now just flooding the post-Brexit economy with even larger numbers of low-skilled workers who are often moving into jobs which pay less than the average national wage and so removing any reason for companies to invest in innovation and British workers.

I could tell you that despite all the promises over the last twenty years that mass immigration would open the door to higher growth and productivity the reality that confronts us today is quite different —it’s contributed to a low growth, stagnant, and unproductive economy built around cheap labour, consumption, and London.

I could tell you that despite what the experts said, the latest evidence on the labour market effects of mass immigration finds that while it’s had positive effects on the highest paid and typically graduate workers, it’s had negative effects on the lowest-paid and typically non-graduate workers, reducing their hourly wage while helping to prop up a broken economy that’s built around the new graduate elite

 

I could tell you that mass immigration is fanning the flames of Britain’s acute and escalating housing crisis —that while we built just over 200,000 homes last year new estimates suggest Britain will need to build at least 616,000 houses a year just to cope with the extra demand from migrants. Or that the foreign-born are far more likely than the British be crowding into an already overcrowded rental sector, driving up rents and putting further pressure on a market that’s already, visibly collapsing.

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I could tell you that the claim, often heard in Westminster, that Brexit Britain is now attracting ‘the best and the brightest’ is undermined by the fact migrants are more likely than Brits to rely on social housing and that while British families are being forced to leave their homes and communities in London, 40 per cent of the rising number of Sub-Saharan Africans are now living in social housing in the capital.

I could tell you that contrary to all the talk, our post-Brexit immigration system is now rapidly being reshaped around the very non-European migrants who —unlike those from Europe— have been shown to be far more likely to bring net economic costs, largely because they have more children and rely more heavily on welfare benefits.

I could tell you that while after Brexit the British people were promised their left behind regions and communities would be ‘levelled-up’, so far this year we’ve spent more on housing asylum-seekers and illegal migrants —a total of £1.3 billion— than we’ve spent on ALL levelling-up funds in England’s North East, North West, and Yorkshire regions combined. We’ve spent more on managing the effects of this broken system than we’ve spent on levelling-up Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 

I could even tell you not to trust the numbers you’re reading today, that because for twenty years the “experts” have told us one thing only to later discover it wasn’t true at all —like the time six million EU nationals applied for settled status when we were told only 3.5 million were in Britain, or the time officials in charge of counting the numbers failed to realise many migrants were flying into airports they were not even monitoring, or the fact that on a regular basis the migration numbers people are supposed to trust are routinely later revised upwards.

I could tell you all of that. I could also tell you —as I have before— that the system is completely and utterly broken and is no longer fit for purpose. I could tell you that despite what they say none of our leaders on the right or left have any intention whatsoever of bringing immigration down because their “expert” economic models are now based on the assumption that it’s here to stay for the foreseeable future, that like a drug addict Britain is now completely hooked on importing masses of cheap migrant labour to try and conceal the glaring problems in our national economy.

And I could tell you —because they have told me— that nobody in our ruling class is planning, seriously, for what all this means for our escalating housing crisis, our deteriorating schools, our collapsing National Health Service, our stagnant economy, our fraying social cohesion, our sense of national identity, and our ability to trust our fellow citizens, a crucial prerequisite to having a functioning and viable welfare state.

So let me tell you something else -let me tell you what I’m really worried about. I’m worried that we are now putting a ticking time bomb at the very heart of our politics and society —that by failing to learn a key lesson of the last decade, that people want less not more immigration, we are opening the door to something that will make the political chaos and division of the last decade look like a gentle stroll in the park.

You can already see the warning signs. Contrary to the new elite who routinely line-up on Twitter to tell you Britain is ‘liberalising’ and people no longer care about mass immigration, an issue they are themselves heavily invested in maintaining, the actual numbers on the ground tell a remarkably and radically different story.

Immigration is back to being the third most important issue for all voters and the second most important for conservatives. Eight in ten of all voters think the issue is being managed badly. Six in ten think it’s ‘too high’. More than half want it reduced. And only one in four people think, without any hesitation, that mass immigration has been good for Britain. The new elite might smother themselves in comfort blankets, proclaiming that what this means is people want more immigration, but they’re wrong.

 

And the more we play this silly game the less people trust the system. Public confidence in our leaders to deal with immigration has simply collapsed which is an incredibly dangerous place for any democracy to be. When, today, the British people are asked who they trust to deal with immigration only a small minority back one of the two main parties while a plurality say “none of them” or “I don’t know”.

The politics of immigration, in other words, is now returning with a vengeance largely because the new elite have failed, once again, to respect and recognise the fact that many people in the country do not share their strongly pro-immigration views. But it will also be different to what came before. Whereas in the 2010s immigration became fused with the European Union and provided a gateway to Brexit, from hereon, in the 2020s, it will increasingly be fused with a much wider array of issues -our housing crisis, our collapsing public services, our hollowed out economy, our environment, our spiralling welfare system, our glaringly out-of-touch political and cultural class.

Contrary to the hope many of us had that Brexit would pour water over the populist flames, that it would usher in a new generation of leaders who finally respected and grasped the fact most people do not want their country —their home— to be characterised and completely upended by relentless demographic and cultural churn and change, Brexit has instead pushed forward leaders who are now pouring gasoline over the flames, who are dangerously out of touch with the rest of the country and who are now rapidly pushing us all back toward the politics of division and chaos.

Just look elsewhere —at what’s unfolding in France, in Italy, in Sweden, in Spain, in Portugal, in Austria, in Germany, and America where Donald Trump and now Ron DeSantis are zooming in on the very same issue, joining the ongoing national populist revolt against a neglectful and self-serving elite. Britain, since Brexit, has become unusual for being one of the only Western democracies to have fended off this revolt. But the consistent and continual failure of our leaders to deliver on their promise by lowering the overall numbers and building an economy that actually works for the British people will not only guarantee that the Conservatives lose the next general election but is also putting a ticking time bomb at the very heart of our politics and society. The only question is when will it go off and who or what will detonate it.

https://mattgoodwin.substack.com/p/the-ticking-time-bomb?publication_id=858965&isFreemail=true

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