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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

parasite killer cures covid 19

 

covid 19 - if it smells like a parasite, and acts like a parasite .......

 

In other words; COVID bollox = influenza ?

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10 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

Just a tad... 🙂

 

P.S. Cheers 'GB News', aka the 'MI5/Masonic Front', which is even less convincing than Arch-Dork Elon Muck. How about a Grand Tour of all the things that Konstipated Keir said during 'Covid' as well? You know, like longer and tougher lockdowns. Like more vaccines. No, I thought not... 🤥

 

 

 

On 2/10/2024 at 6:44 PM, Macnamara said:

yeah as someone else said recently in an article i read, it's not always what the media says but what it doesn't say. By what it chooses to focus on it gets to dictate what 'the news' is. if they were impartial they would of course have decided by now that the excess deaths following the jab roll outs is in fact news and in the public interest to explore. Clearly the media is being steered away from key topics and key areas of information or to put it another way: CONSPIRACY

 

They did cover the excess deaths and mile long ambulance queues for a while, say in mid to late 2022 and early 2023, but almost nothing since then. Orders were clearly given for continual coverage to stop.  

 

 

 

On 2/10/2024 at 6:48 PM, Macnamara said:

what a wild interview that was! Thought David really skewered the agenda from about half an hour in where he explains how the takeover of twitter by musk and his rebranding as some sort of free speech advocate has lulled people into a false sense of security re musk so that now they believe that what they see on X is legit when in fact the algorithms can now control the content seen on X thereby allowing the cabal to create a new more controlled alternative-lite to kettle peoples perceptions so that they don't go any further down the rabbit hole.

 

In reality musk is up to his neck in agenda stuff whether it is firing satellites up to help build 'the cloud' or trying to interface humans with AI or advocating for the merger of humanity and AI. Musk is a total bond-style villain but now people think he's some sort of hero battling the elites....

 

It is amazing that more folks haven't seen through him yet.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-68284594

 

'Simon Harris: Council admits 'lack of controls' over payments.'

 

'Council leader Mr Bentley told the chamber: "Some of the contracts were not signed and that processes were not always followed around declarations of interest." Referring to Mr Harris, the Conservative leader said money was paid to an individual "to pass onto others. That was not good practice either." Mr Bentley also disclosed how the council's "central services" team had not been made aware of the payments, and had they been informed "it would not have been allowed to happen in this way". Poor record keeping by the staff who had made these decisions was also highlighted in his statement and there was a lack of information around why the payments had been made.'

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33 minutes ago, numnuts said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-68284594

 

'Simon Harris: Council admits 'lack of controls' over payments.'

 

'Council leader Mr Bentley told the chamber: "Some of the contracts were not signed and that processes were not always followed around declarations of interest." Referring to Mr Harris, the Conservative leader said money was paid to an individual "to pass onto others. That was not good practice either." Mr Bentley also disclosed how the council's "central services" team had not been made aware of the payments, and had they been informed "it would not have been allowed to happen in this way". Poor record keeping by the staff who had made these decisions was also highlighted in his statement and there was a lack of information around why the payments had been made.'

 

Sure. "Accidentally on Purpose", IMHO. "If you're going to put your fingers in the till, at least be smart enough not to get caught"

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2 hours ago, Freaky Dragonfly said:

 

The Crime Minister Rishi Sunak never lies. From Nov 2023...

 

 

 

As we have said before here, wankers like these can lie, cheat, embezzle, contradict one another etc at will because they are and will never be held to account by 'the system'. The most they get is a slap on the wrist, if that, thus allowing them to carry on. They don't care if us plebs know. In fact, they probably relish in the fact that we can't do anything to stop them ....... yet

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22 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

It’ll send back a CovidianBot to kill the young Captainlove. Yikes! 

And we will all fight to protect our saviour, the chosen one, Captainlove 💪

 

Fuck A.I., and Elon Musk 🖕😅

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21 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

parasite killer cures covid 19

 

covid 19 - if it smells like a parasite, and acts like a parasite .......

If it smells like a parasite, and acts like a parasite, it's probably....

 

A politician.

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An ideal State cannot exist if there is one law for the rich, another for the poor; one for the strong and another for the weak. The weak must be protected by the State until they gain strength, while the strong and the rich shall not be considered guilty merely because of their strength or their possessions.

 

The Ideal State can only exist when the honest possessions of the wealthy are protected against aggression, and, on the contrary, the rights of the worker protected by just laws against.exploitation by the strong or wealthy.

 

Unquestionably in the past there were numberless Kings, Emperors, Potentates, Presidents and employers of the laboring classes who were tyrannical, taking every advantage of the masses, giving them no more in return than absolutely necessary. This is true today, although in a lesser degree. It is equally true that throughout the ages there were many Kings, Emperors, Potentates, Presidents, Kings of finances, and employers of labor who were just in every respect; who had the welfare of the people at heart. More such men exist today than ever before.

 

All fair minded men admit that the majority of men in the past who possessed wealth or ruling power, were in a degree tyrannical, using such wealth or authority to either exact heavy toll from those less fortunate, or to demand obedience to established, though often unrighteous and unjust, laws. This is equally true today because many men vested with a little brief authority dearly love to display it and do not have the strength of character to be just and impartial to rich and poor, honored and disgraced, alike.

 

However, the honored, the strong, and the wealthy have not been the only ones to show gross injustice to their fellow men; the poor, the workers, the masses, have been equally guilty, nay, doubly unjust toward the rich and the strong and to their companions in misery and servitude.

 

This is actually truer today than ever before in the history of the world.

 

- Clymer

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9 minutes ago, Seconal said:

An ideal State cannot exist if there is one law for the rich, another for the poor; one for the strong and another for the weak. The weak must be protected by the State until they gain strength, while the strong and the rich shall not be considered guilty merely because of their strength or their possessions.

 

The Ideal State can only exist when the honest possessions of the wealthy are protected against aggression, and, on the contrary, the rights of the worker protected by just laws against.exploitation by the strong or wealthy.

 

Unquestionably in the past there were numberless Kings, Emperors, Potentates, Presidents and employers of the laboring classes who were tyrannical, taking every advantage of the masses, giving them no more in return than absolutely necessary. This is true today, although in a lesser degree. It is equally true that throughout the ages there were many Kings, Emperors, Potentates, Presidents, Kings of finances, and employers of labor who were just in every respect; who had the welfare of the people at heart. More such men exist today than ever before.

 

All fair minded men admit that the majority of men in the past who possessed wealth or ruling power, were in a degree tyrannical, using such wealth or authority to either exact heavy toll from those less fortunate, or to demand obedience to established, though often unrighteous and unjust, laws. This is equally true today because many men vested with a little brief authority dearly love to display it and do not have the strength of character to be just and impartial to rich and poor, honored and disgraced, alike.

 

However, the honored, the strong, and the wealthy have not been the only ones to show gross injustice to their fellow men; the poor, the workers, the masses, have been equally guilty, nay, doubly unjust toward the rich and the strong and to their companions in misery and servitude.

 

This is actually truer today than ever before in the history of the world.

 

- Clymer

 

Yeah. Take the CONVID bollox for example

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18 minutes ago, Nip said:

Yeah. Take the CONVID bollox for example

 

Precisely...

 

'No drug, not even alcohol, can cause the fundamental ills of society. Thus, if we where to look for the source of Mans troubles, we should test not people for drugs, but for stupidity, ignorance, greed and selfish ambition'.

 

- Rourke

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2 hours ago, Seconal said:

An ideal State cannot exist if there is one law for the rich, another for the poor; one for the strong and another for the weak. The weak must be protected by the State until they gain strength, while the strong and the rich shall not be considered guilty merely because of their strength or their possessions.

 

The Ideal State can only exist when the honest possessions of the wealthy are protected against aggression, and, on the contrary, the rights of the worker protected by just laws against.exploitation by the strong or wealthy.

 

Unquestionably in the past there were numberless Kings, Emperors, Potentates, Presidents and employers of the laboring classes who were tyrannical, taking every advantage of the masses, giving them no more in return than absolutely necessary. This is true today, although in a lesser degree. It is equally true that throughout the ages there were many Kings, Emperors, Potentates, Presidents, Kings of finances, and employers of labor who were just in every respect; who had the welfare of the people at heart. More such men exist today than ever before.

 

All fair minded men admit that the majority of men in the past who possessed wealth or ruling power, were in a degree tyrannical, using such wealth or authority to either exact heavy toll from those less fortunate, or to demand obedience to established, though often unrighteous and unjust, laws. This is equally true today because many men vested with a little brief authority dearly love to display it and do not have the strength of character to be just and impartial to rich and poor, honored and disgraced, alike.

 

However, the honored, the strong, and the wealthy have not been the only ones to show gross injustice to their fellow men; the poor, the workers, the masses, have been equally guilty, nay, doubly unjust toward the rich and the strong and to their companions in misery and servitude.

 

This is actually truer today than ever before in the history of the world.

 

- Clymer

Hmmm, would I trust something quoted by a notorious barbiturate?

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DJ Steve Wright’s death unexpected, but not suspicious, police say

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson told the PA news agency: “A man in his 60s was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.

“The death was unexpected, but is not being treated as suspicious. A report will be prepared for the coroner.”

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7 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

DJ Steve Wright’s death unexpected, but not suspicious, police say

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson told the PA news agency: “A man in his 60s was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.

“The death was unexpected, but is not being treated as suspicious. A report will be prepared for the coroner.”

 

Sure   🙄

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