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6 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

Please explain

 

Well, for one thing, he's saying the right stuff. Admittedly, the vast majority of WE HERE, know what he is saying is mainly regurgitated info but there are a whole host of others outside of DI who are still asleep and may have tuned in to his broadcasts just recently.

 

Of course, he could have just said nothing to satisfy you personally but I'd suggest he was unaware you were going to watch.

 

Not everybody spends hours browsing the internet. There are still many who can't. I'd also suggest that many internet users just access only a few select sites to visit regularlyl; all of those not touching on this bollox at all. There is still a lot of ignorance out there, mainly because, I think, the MSM have been bought to broadcast just the 'official' narrative with no dissenting opinions allowed

 

It is my personal view that anything that goes against the current narritive is worth posting. It's impossible to have too much exposure to the crap going on

 

I posted the video initially for the minority here who are not fully on board and out of interest to others who are.

 

There are some views he holds which I too don't agree with but I don't 'not like him' for that. 

 

Anyway, I don't think he's as bad as you seem to make out.

 

Perhaps we should just agree to diagree, No problem

 

Have nice day

 

 

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

How can such a small amount 10ml per booster cause so many different side effects. Surely the only way is if it was designed to do so. It can't just be a negative side effect when the list is that long. What do you think? 

 

x 5 = 50ml i.e 4 or 5 teaspoonfulls of crap. IMHO, that's a fuck load of crap swirling around in ALL parts of the human body

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5 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

I had specs like that back in the early 70s - they were very trendy then

 

3 hours ago, numnuts said:

 

It's 'The Demon Headmaster' (1996-1998), but without his toupee. And what's with her hexagon-shaped spectacles?

 

 

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Female version of Elton John; looks like

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On 10/1/2023 at 4:34 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

One of the red flags about this guy for me is how he carried on when the Queen "died" last year. He sounded in thrall to the concept of Monarchy and the Windsors in particular.

 

 

i put that down to  desire for continuity of the british project. Don't mistake that as an argument in favour of the royals as it isn't. I'm just raising a nuanced point that in a world where the conspirators are trying to melt down countrys in order to blend them altogether, some people would see the monarchy as one of the few remaining symbols of british sovereignty

 

So i think what neil is arguing for is to steady the ship by avoiding anymore big changes that could lead to.....who knows where.....its like the old saying: out of the frying pan into the fire

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On 10/1/2023 at 2:24 AM, Nip said:

 

savage

 

 

 

that was a good point he made: more people in the 18-44 age group have died in one year in the US since the covid vaccine roll out than died in 10 years of the vietnam war.....

 

We need people right across the board who can reach different demographics and neil is someone who can reach a certain demographic that might have otherwise been diverted away from the alternative media because they've been told that its bad for x,y or z reason.

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8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

some people would see the monarchy as one of the few remaining symbols of british sovereignty

 

So i think what neil is arguing for is to steady the ship by avoiding anymore big changes that could lead to.....who knows where.....its like the old saying: out of the frying pan into the fire

 

i can almost hear mark passio's voice in my head saying 'but government is slavery; we should have no rulers!'

 

I'm not arguing the monarchy should be saved......i'm just saying i understand why some people are more cautious

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

i can almost hear mark passio's voice in my head saying 'but government is slavery; we should have no rulers!'

 

I'm not arguing the monarchy should be saved......i'm just saying i understand why some people are more cautious

Well one option/scenario would be a Republic with a Tony Blair-figure at its head.

 

So in that sense I get what you, and Neil Oliver, are saying. Careful what we wish for.

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4 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Well one option/scenario would be a Republic with a Tony Blair-figure at its head.

 

So in that sense I get what you, and Neil Oliver, are saying. Careful what we wish for.

 

once again i'm gonna say something that would upset mark passio because constitutions are really libertarian stuff but if we have a monarchical constitution the monarchy is supposed to act as a check and balance on the power of parliament because they are supposed to look at each statute that the parliament wants to enact and then they should ask 'does this breach the common law rights of the british people' and if it does then they should refuse it royal assent

 

However this all falls down if the cabal get one of their own illuminati bloodlines onto the throne, which is what has happened....

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On 10/2/2023 at 2:34 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

One of the red flags about this guy for me is how he carried on when the Queen "died" last year. He sounded in thrall to the concept of Monarchy and the Windsors in particular.

 

Maybe I am too 'soft' but I noticed that at the time too, but put it down to the 'programming' and perhaps some 'nostalgia' that plays tricks with the mind when a person dies. We know a massive amount of 'programming' goes into 'forgiving' those who have lived a less than 'moral' life, or at least the programming of 'forgive and forget' or don't attack the dead etc, and the hero's that are created when a false flag happens to enhance the believability.  Perhaps he had a momentary slip into the programme or sentiment; he is after all an Historian (mainstream not real LOL), and he has only quite recently 'woken'. I can forgive that; hell even I had a brief moment of falling for the BS when she died, and I have been awake for many years. 

 

In fact I saw a clip the other day where some mountain bikers ran into the King whilst out biking in Scotland. Not sure how random it really was; but even I was a bit 'confused' at how chilled and open Charlie was. I will link it in case anyone is interested (Charlie's 'role' starts at 4:24);

 

 

 

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On 10/1/2023 at 12:57 PM, sock muppet said:

 

No, why?

 

 

I don't want you to protest. I don't want you to riot. I don't want you to write to your Congressman, because I wouldn't know what to tell you to write. I don't know what to do about the depression and the inflation and the Russians and the crime in the street.

All I know is that first, you've got to get mad.

You've gotta say, "I'm a human being, goddammit! My life has value!"

So, I want you to get up now. I want all of you to get up out of your chairs. I want you to get up right now and go to the window, open it, and stick your head out and yell,

"I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!!"

 

And if you can't do that, then vent your spline in the 'rona mega thread, some bloke on the TerrorVision said so, true story by all accounts, 🤣

At some point anger is of no longer use unless it motivates to action. Sitting typing vitriol on a computer solves nothing. It only shows how unevolved people are. Its been 3 years and the same people are still stuck in anger mode. No wonder the human race is so easily manipulated. 

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10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

that was a good point he made: more people in the 18-44 age group have died in one year in the US since the covid vaccine roll out than died in 10 years of the vietnam war.....

 

We need people right across the board who can reach different demographics and neil is someone who can reach a certain demographic that might have otherwise been diverted away from the alternative media because they've been told that its bad for x,y or and traitors z reason.

 

Oliver is a bullshitter just like the rest of the gb news sellouts and traitors. People must be wrong if they think the msm reports the truth without any personal bias or some hidden evil agenda

Oliver would have never been allowed a place on the msm without years and years of sucking satan's cock, proving his loyalty to the royals, to the pyramid, and to the one eye that appears to be everywhere. They are never going to allow years and  years of media brainwashing and propoganda to be blown away by some loose oliver cannon - Just look at what mel gibson did when he got pissed up and took to the airwaves telling people how the world is really run. That woke a lot of people up

They only reason oliver, russel brand, gb news etc talk about this conspiracy theory stuff is because they are being forced to. They don't want to, but they don't have any other choice.

When a story gets out there and becomes common knowledge, IE everyone knows about it, the various msm outlets have to report on it.

The last thing the bbc wants is for the ever-obediant sheep to start thinking: " Hmm ... There's this huge story out there, everyone knows about it, everyone's talking about it, the things gone massively viral. Yet, the bbc are not reporting on it. That's strange. I wonder... Does the bbc censor information ? Does the bbc tell lies ? What's going on here with my bbc "

This is the last thing they want. They do want to push forward the idea that the msm is forever vigilant, forever seeking the truth,forever turning over every stone, your best friend who you can trust with anything.

That's the reason people like oliver, brand etc are allowed by their masters to say this conspiracy theory stuff, to sucker you in, to make you think they are one of the good guys, to gain your absolute trust. Then once they have you, they are probably going to start talking about having a one world government and digital currency - Oh. wait a minute, that already happened.

 

 

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£millions of taxpayers money to be spent on recharging station marshalls.

Fights are breaking out as the poor befuddled sheep are having to wait in a 6-hour in a  queue to get their slave-era electric car recharged. Then the charging procees itself can take 3 hours.

Media obediant sheep in US have already been involved in frustration and anger heated disputes as they fight over a shortage of electrical points - dubbed as 'charge rage' by US media.

 

 

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This Morning back in the dubious news again with " expert " advice as their resident doctor Dr Sara Kayat calls  for more people to get their flu jab, even though colds and flus are medically impossible and do not exist - what is really going on here.

Here's the ugly doc here, posing for her smiling jab - so easy and painless, she says, everyone should get jabbed

 

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Side effects, according to WHO, are that you may get Guillain-Barré Syndrome, which causes muscle weakness and paralysis.

'You may feel sore where your jab was injected,' says Kayat.

'Other side effects include a raised temperature, muscle aches or a headache,To help ease the pain move your arm regularly and taking a pain killer such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. It is recommended to have the flu vaccination annually. I encourage all pregnant women to have their flu jab this autumn. 'Pregnancy changes how the body responds to infections, which is why pregnant women are considered to be at increased risk of serious complications from flu.

'If you are pregnant, a flu jab helps vaccinate you and the vaccine will be passed onto your baby too, lasting for the first few months of its life.'

 

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16 minutes ago, jack121 said:

This Morning back in the dubious news again with " expert " advice as their resident doctor Dr Sara Kayat calls  for more people to get their flu jab, even though colds and flus are medically impossible and do not exist - what is really going on here.

 

Here's the ugly doc here, posing for her smiling jab - so easy and painless, she says, everyone should get jabbed

 

AA1hyXcq.jpg.6ed124d6082812b087ed41b7f3a74e97.jpg

 

Side effects, according to WHO, are that you may get Guillain-Barré Syndrome, which causes muscle weakness and paralysis.

'You may feel sore where your jab was injected,' says Kayat.

'Other side effects include a raised temperature, muscle aches or a headache,To help ease the pain move your arm regularly and taking a pain killer such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. It is recommended to have the flu vaccination annually. I encourage all pregnant women to have their flu jab this autumn. 'Pregnancy changes how the body responds to infections, which is why pregnant women are considered to be at increased risk of serious complications from flu.

'If you are pregnant, a flu jab helps vaccinate you and the vaccine will be passed onto your baby too, lasting for the first few months of its life.'

 

 

Bollox to that !

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3 hours ago, RobinJ said:

At some point anger is of no longer use unless it motivates to action. Sitting typing vitriol on a computer solves nothing. It only shows how unevolved people are. Its been 3 years and the same people are still stuck in anger mode. No wonder the human race is so easily manipulated. 

 

What do you suggest ? Thanks 

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9 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Maybe the glasses are representative of 5he hex on Saturn. Symbolism? Or not😀

 

I would say, more likely than not, that it is supposed to mean something. Anyhow, what a lovely lady she is. Quasi-Stasi. She was forced to admit to signing up, but said it was to protect her career. How sick is that? Then, she probably just invented the bit about her dad, as a form of self-justification, and chucked it in as an afterthought. I wouldn't go near her, or anything to do with her, even with a 2m barge pole.

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katalin_Karikó#Early_life_and_education

 

'From 1978 until 1985, she was listed as an agent for the Hungarian Secret Police, a task she says she was blackmailed into out of fear of repercussions on her career or reprisals against her father.'

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