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15 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Yes, and he's being replaced by someone with handy links to vaccination rollouts.

 

Prepare for a lot more 'convenient' deaths in the coming months and years. They're not playing around anymore.

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With two days until the Freedom protests which will undoubtedly bring many police to these events, I find it interesting that a cop has been blamed for the murder of Sarah Everard.  As much as I dislike the police brutality and hugely negative collective attitudes of many of them, I think this arrest may be used to incite unrest re police generally....couple that with the anti-men brigade/agenda and I'm guessing that police presence will be viewed even less favourably than previous protests. Maybe a way to bring about stricter 'rules' when dealing with police... It all ties together - the divide and conquer bullshit...on every level.

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2 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Yes, and he's being replaced by someone with handy links to vaccination rollouts.

Funny that.... and just to really take the piss they speculate that he died from covid!

 

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  1. "Tanzania's president dies following rumours he had contracted Covid-19"
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Sounds like a "come and get us" - everyone knows these communication cables are under the water (I saw a doc on it a few years ago, and even in the 1900s they were using old warships and steamers to help lay the earliest ones). So quite why the UK are making a song and dance about them being at risk of nasty Ruski saboteurs is strange.

 

Unless the UK wants a reason to put extra defence systems in place.....

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UK armed forces to be cut by 10,000.

 

Odd thing to do if the country is at risk of nasty Ruski terrorists (as they claim), and civilian unrest is on the rise (if you believe the Bristol fakery). Unless...they plan to replace human soldiers with AI?

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3 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

UK armed forces to be cut by 10,000.

 

Odd thing to do if the country is at risk of nasty Ruski terrorists (as they claim), and civilian unrest is on the rise (if you believe the Bristol fakery). Unless...they plan to replace human soldiers with AI?

BBC article says:

 

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The size of the Army is expected to be reduced by about 10,000 soldiers as part of a move towards robots, drones, and cyber warfare.

 

 

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The size of the Army is to be reduced to 72,500 soldiers by 2025 as part of a move towards drones and cyber warfare.

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said "increased deployability and technological advantage" meant greater effect could be delivered by fewer people.

 

Oh well, more disgruntled former employees to join our protests! Police, take note!

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5 minutes ago, Velma said:

The size of the Army is to be reduced to 72,500 soldiers by 2025 as part of a move towards drones and cyber warfare.

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said "increased deployability and technological advantage" meant greater effect could be delivered by fewer people.

 

Oh well, more disgruntled former employees to join our protests! Police, take note!

 

And meanwhile, while we are waving rainbow flags and arguing over gender pronouns...

 

https://www.businessinsider.com.au/new-pentagon-maps-show-chinas-increasing-military-power-and-reach-2020-9?r=US&IR=T

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Just now, Fluke said:

Cheers Darian. Do you guys put up with this in Aussie land? 

 

 

Actually not so much anymore. Our government took the hard line years ago and put and end to this shit. I rarely praise governments, but it seems they got one thing right.

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On 3/21/2021 at 5:09 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

Sounds like a "come and get us" - everyone knows these communication cables are under the water (I saw a doc on it a few years ago, and even in the 1900s they were using old warships and steamers to help lay the earliest ones). So quite why the UK are making a song and dance about them being at risk of nasty Ruski saboteurs is strange.

 

Unless the UK wants a reason to put extra defence systems in place.....

 

During the last election campaign, there was a big song-and-dance about the renewal of the Trident nuclear submarine programme, and if I recall correctly there was a lot of opposition to this, led namely by Jeremy Corbyn, now ex-Labour leader.

 

Sounds like this is more psychological propaganda to get the masses 'back onside' with the idea of spending millions on nuclear submarines and missiles that never get used.

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