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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    The US connection. Guardian comment by fishgirl23:
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/picture/2020/feb/14/martin-rowson-on-new-uk-cabinets-inaugural-meeting-at-downing-street


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  2. Re: State of the Disunion Address by Dennis Leahy

    Another important ingredient of fascism is gangsterism, criminality, the flouting of the rule of law simply by being in charge. There is another word to describe this type of rule. Here is a page...
  3. Re: State of the Disunion Address by Dennis Leahy

    Another word you might use would be 'altruism': see this post
  4. Re: State of the Disunion Address by Dennis Leahy

    Anyone interested in where we might go with the Pareto principle may find food for thought in some of my posts from a while back. Also on the related topic of “ubiquity”.
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    Re: The Anglo-Saxon Mission

    No I am not arguing with you, I am merely discussing the material you presented. i would not expect to find a forum member defending such an agenda, I thought that went without saying.


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    Re: The UK left the European Union on Friday.

    Brian Clough was a soccer manager and talks like one. I’ll have a winning team when I sell off two troublesome players. Unfortunately, you don’t eradicate rabies by putting down two rabid pack...
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    Re: The UK left the European Union on Friday.

    While I agree with the point about race matters often being more to do with culture, this global blender is not how it works when two multi-layered cultures meet and interact. A better analogy would...
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    Re: The UK left the European Union on Friday.

    Now which globalist agenda would that be – for there would appear to be more than one? As I pointed out the other day, the Brexit show has been run by the same people as were behind the so-called...
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    Re: The Anglo-Saxon Mission

    The strategic goals of the Anglo-Saxon Mission you set out do not form anything like a “big (multi-million) project”. They are too muddled for words and any hitches in execution are to be put down to...
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    Re: The Anglo-Saxon Mission

    Take it easy. These things were also described as being extremely time-sensitive, and due to take place in 2012. Eight years sounds quite a lot to me. If you had a cake in the oven to be taken out at...
  11. Re: Old Videos/information that have become more true and significant over time

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    OK, thanks, my mistake: in the brushless desert right at the centre of a ring of fire. Another mistake: I meant 1974-5, when the damage was 6 times worse. In those days, the talk was all...
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    The Third World War has been planned at least since 1944, if not… 1922. The closest we came was in 1962, when Kennedy and Khrushchev together stepped back from nuclear war. The good news is that...
  13. Re: 'Humanity's Phase Shift', Daniel Schmachtenberger

    Thank you Ernie. Maybe you missed this:
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?91509-The-UK-Brexit-vote-to-leave-the-EU&p=1321043&viewfull=1#post1321043
  14. Re: 'Humanity's Phase Shift', Daniel Schmachtenberger

    Daniel Schmachtenberger and his friends are indeed a very refreshing experience - nearly all message (signal) and very little messenger (noise). But they are re-freshing as opposed to brand new,...
  15. Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    I want to come back to my suggestion that the election was stolen on a massive scale by conducting exit polls using ballot papers. Given that for four years the tories have not missed a single dirty...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    A thought from last summer: Dominic Cummings, from a mining family of Durham, famous for explaining how the Tories couldn’t give a toss for people like himself, is clearly a traitor to his own and...
  17. Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Here is something I wrote back in July:
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    This may be my last word on this matter, posted on the other thread:
  19. Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    The latest polls predicted a possible hung parliament with highly organized tactical voting expected to be hugely effective.
    How to turn this into a Tory landslide ? Easy peasy.

    You conduct exit...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    No misunderstanding : I am speaking to a wider audience. I have no vote on this beyond the odd post on this forum, where it is often said that this is a planet of choice. A metaphysical statement...
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