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On 3/16/2022 at 2:44 PM, HAARPING_On said:

So here’s something interesting... this landed in my letterbox the other day... a letter from DEFRA no less informing me that there has been an “Outbreak of Avian flue” in the area and what to do about it.

 

Now, given that I live on the edge of an urban conurbation bordering a rural greenbelt area here in north west UK, you’d think that something like this might not raise an eyebrow under normal circumstances.

 

But it does, and here’s why.

 

I find the timing of this “interesting.” Given that we are seeing sustained efforts elsewhere by governments to sequester private properties for Ukrainian refugees it goes without saying that if this is coupled with the removal of the ability for “self sufficiency” then this goes a long way to achieving two of the Agenda 2030 sustainability goals very rapidly.

 

The first stage of removing people’s rights to own livestock and poultry is to find out who exactly owns it, and ensure that all animals are “registered.” Page 2 of this document is requesting people register all their animals so that DEFRA has a record of this to help “protect against future outbreaks.”

 

Given the lies being peddled by the government and media over the last 2 years I am, not surprisingly, little sceptical about this so-called “outbreak.” There has been nothing on the local news, nothing in the local press, not one other noticable indicator that we have an avian flu outbreak in the area. More importantly no notices on the gates of all the local farms. And given that the local press usually makes headline news out of someone farting round here I find this communication highly suspicious.

 

Has anyone else in the UK received anything like this recently?

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Health officials are now warning the public that that scourge of Victorian time, Scarlet Fever is now back and to be on the lookout for the symptoms of this disease, I won't bother describing the 'symptoms' because it's problaly all bollocks anyway!🤔

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On 3/19/2022 at 5:45 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Its just a 'follow-on' from the Covid pandemic scam. Hens have been 'locked down' in their homes since November, no they're not even permitted any 'daily outdoor exercise' 😆

 

Meanwhile, ducks, geese and swans are allowed to freely travel around the UK, or at least from one park pool to another. None of them are wearing masks either, how disgraceful. 😷 😁

 

Like with Covid, its being made out that this 'avian flu' is somehow an airborne virus, so it is simply "not safe" for chickens to be outside.

 

Its also funny how this doesn't seem to affect other types of birds.

 

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Whenever I fish at a certain lake near Hickstead, a friendly Robin comes over nicking my maggots🤫 I was thinking of getting him a Xmas card, can you get them with pics of Robins on?🤭🤭

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No mould after storing cooked rice after 3 days? Then it is probably 'plastic' rice.  Other twitter users are saying that mould won't grow on a clean and sealed jar of white rice - especially after just 3 days.  Others say to fry it to see if the plastic melts, and others say to just leave it out in a room uncovered to see if mould grows.
This link shows a story in India where it all began quite recently:
https://www.india.com/viral/how-to-identify-plastic-rice-tips-to-check-quality-of-rice-amidst-rumours-of-fake-chinese-rice-entering-india-2218164/

 

 

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9 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Health officials are now warning the public that that scourge of Victorian time, Scarlet Fever is now back and to be on the lookout for the symptoms of this disease, I won't bother describing the 'symptoms' because it's probably all bollocks anyway!🤔

Scarlet Fever versus Scarlet Moffat, which one would win?🤔

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  • sickofallthebollocks changed the title to Life on the land, farming , self-sustainability , advice , information on growing food , community living , legal advice , water etc...

Got some more relevant info here on HEK-293, which an acronym for Human Embryonic Kidney Cells, have a look at this fact checking website that says this ingredient is NOT from Human Embryonic Kidney Cells, it is just laughable how they go about this so called fact checking and expect everyone else to believe their nonsense, i am sad to say that the people, if that's what they claim to still be, have their collective heads up their own arseholes and indeed the Sun is shining and believe their own madness, what concerns me the most when i read stuff like this, is that they are totally insane and yet still coherent enough to communicate.

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2019/oct/23/facebook-posts/no-food-companies-are-not-selling-products-contain/

 

Quote:

HEK 293 is a line of cells originally derived from human embryo kidney cells and that were grown in a tissue culture. The first source of the cells was a fetus that was legally aborted in the Netherlands in the 1970s. The cell line has been widely used in biological and medical inquiry, especially for cancer research.

 

The above statement should be adequate information to admit whomever wrote this piece for medical attention and observation in a lunatic asylum, accompanied by some strong medication.

 

There is also evidence that this is used in the convid experimental injections, and again they out do themselves with hypocrisy.

https://www.nebraskamed.com/COVID/you-asked-we-answered-do-the-covid-19-vaccines-contain-aborted-fetal-cells

 

Quote:

Do the COVID-19 vaccines contain aborted fetal cells?

 

Answer from infectious disease expert and practicing Catholic James Lawler, MD

'No, the COVID-19 vaccines do not contain any aborted fetal cells. However, fetal cell lines – cells grown in a laboratory based on aborted fetal cells collected generations ago – were used in testing during research and development of the mRNA vaccines, and during production of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine'

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On 9/18/2022 at 12:12 PM, JCP said:

 

I've been making my own deodorant for at least the last 12 yrs based on the recipe below (with variations) and it works much better than the store-bought poisons.  

 

Deodorant Recipe

 

Ingredients

 

1 oz (28 g) beeswax (pelts are easier to melt, but anything cut up small is fine)

 

1.5 oz (42 g) shea butter (either natural or deodorized)

 

1.5 oz (42 g)  cocoa butter

 

2 oz (56 g) coconut oil

 

1 T (15 mL) olive oil

 

3 T (62 g)baking soda

 

2 T (30 g) bentonite clay

 

2 T (20 g) arrow root powder

 

15 drops tea tree oil

 

10 drops peppermint essential oil

 

15 drops lavender essential oil

 

1 T salt

 

awesome. do you have the method also?

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16 hours ago, Mr H said:

awesome. do you have the method also?

 

Basically I combine all of the ingredients in a wide mouth qt mason jar (reserved for this purpose only) except for the essential oils. I place it in a pot of water on the stove and bring it to about 165F. The bee's wax melts at 62 to 64 °C (144 to 147 °F) and has the highest melting point of all the ingredients. It may take a while (30-40 min) to get everything to melt and blend stirring occasionally. Once melted, I allow to cool a little before adding the essential oils and stir well. I have saved some old stick deodorant containers and bought some online that I fill with the mixture. After about 20 min, it starts to harden and can be used when totally cooled. You may have to play with the amounts of ingredients to get the right consistency. I suggest doing a search for "Homemade deodorant recipes" that may give you some other ideas and techniques. I really like it; not only because it's more natural and safer, but because it works a lot better too.  

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1 hour ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Watch this short clip, v interesting about the state of the seemingly innocent shit we can buy (unknowingly)

 

 

 

And not forgetting that popular ingredient of many sweets and food items - CITRIC ACID.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6097542/

 

They always show nice pictures of sliced lemons and limes, yummy!, but Citric Acid DOES NOT come from these! Citric Acid is manufactured from a mutant black mould that that has been fed sugars. Even more off-putting is the fact that the said sugars are normally from GMO corn, unless specifically stated otherwise in the list of ingredients on the packaging.

 

 

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Think of that the next time you're at the cinema tucking into a nice bag of Pick & Mix! 🤮

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A section of the article who's link is posted in my previous post ...

 

Unlike naturally occurring citric acid, manufactured citric acid is ubiquitous in the average diet of both adults and children. With the expected continued increase in its production to meet the demand of an expanding global market, it is imperative to ascertain its safety. Due to its GRAS status, manufactured citric acid has escaped proper scrutiny for nearly a century. Since it is not a natural substance but created using Aspergillus niger, a black mold proven to cause allergic reactions and disease in humans, it is difficult to understand how it has been protected under GRAS classification and has not been empirically studied. It only seems prudent that a thorough investigation of the manufactured form of citric acid be undertaken. With an unexplained increase in inflammatory diseases, it is difficult to justify its ubiquitous use without proper investigation.

 

Anyone concerned about this will find it enlightening to read the full article. Here is the link again: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6097542/

 

 

 

 

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27 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

A section of the article who's link is posted in my previous post ...

 

Unlike naturally occurring citric acid, manufactured citric acid is ubiquitous in the average diet of both adults and children. With the expected continued increase in its production to meet the demand of an expanding global market, it is imperative to ascertain its safety. Due to its GRAS status, manufactured citric acid has escaped proper scrutiny for nearly a century. Since it is not a natural substance but created using Aspergillus niger, a black mold proven to cause allergic reactions and disease in humans, it is difficult to understand how it has been protected under GRAS classification and has not been empirically studied. It only seems prudent that a thorough investigation of the manufactured form of citric acid be undertaken. With an unexplained increase in inflammatory diseases, it is difficult to justify its ubiquitous use without proper investigation.

 

Anyone concerned about this will find it enlightening to read the full article. Here is the link again: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6097542/

 

 

 

 

Thanks for this Web, this one is a really good point, it manifests differently in different people and has been known to cause respitory disorders and bowel conditions, probably a major factor in the tise of fungal infections too like thrush and athletes foot?
(from reading your link supplied)
Citric acid was just that back in the old days - acid from lemons produced in Italy, but, they saw a way to produce it artificially and cheaper and all the while to make sure it damages the cattle. (Humans)
Don't buy ANY energy drinks - the acid is the 2nd most prevalant ingredient after water.
And, funnily enough - it was our old friends Pfizer - back in 1919!!!
Look out for the letters  MCA pm the ingrediets list.
it's (like you say) a form of black mold that is actually mutated (designed) to be the way it is, and has NEVER been properly tested or investigated, thanks for putting this on the thread.  (out of likes for now)
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On 11/1/2022 at 8:33 PM, sickofallthebollocks said:

Hell Mans:


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This stuff has EDTA in it (A chemical added to retain colour and flavour)  it's mayonnaise for flips sake!  Who cares?
EDTA is able to bind metal catons and act as a chelating* agent. *bonding of ions and molecules to metal ions.
EDTA is commonly used in soaps and detergants to prevent the soaps reacting with the minerals in the water.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm.... nice....

 

This one is from spain I think, the sign isn't on ones bought in UK, don't know about elsewhere? Are they putting this shit into only the spanish ones? 
Shifty - watch out for all processed foods I reckon.........

 

 

 

 

Also be aware of the new labelling that no longer will be Genetically Mutilated Organic(GMO), but has a new swanky term of 'GE' Genetically Bio-Engineered, 👍

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