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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Interesting - how coincidental could it be that it was Drome where Macron was smacked in the face? See here, it cracks me up every time I watch it..



    When do people realize that Covid-19...
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    Re: Internal Vaccination Passports for the UK

    Interesting... thanks for that. Time to drop my MP a line but he's youngish, the type with an eye on becoming a junior minister some day. He voted for the care home workers' jabs.

    I think I'll...
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    Re: Internal Vaccination Passports for the UK

    Churches??? They're nowhere near full these days in Britain. Only about 10 people go to services in our village apart from the Christmas carol service, and in cities quite a few have closed. Rural...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    His sons too - William and Harry are also pushing the agenda. They're all in on the act.
  5. Re: A World Pushing Back Against CV19 Lockdown: The Protests, The Revolts, The Non-Compliance

    There's a great Twitter account call Anonyme Citoyen if you can read French (thanks Gwin Ru, I found that through you!) that has some posts on the Italian protests. He or she has posted this list of...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    Just a quick note on how unreliable this 'pingdemic' is.

    I've heard that a couple got pinged; it turned out that it was someone in the house next door. Their respective phones were just a few feet...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    Apparently Britain's food supply, as well as other key industries, is being plagued by a 'pingdemic'.

    For anyone daft enough to sign up for it, you leave a trace on your smart phone of where...
  8. Thread: a Chauffe!

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    ???... are the folks at the BBC okay? They seem to suffer an accute case of de-bias-citis?

    Quick! Send them to nearest hospital!

    ... still don't like the "bloodthirsty" French though......
  9. Re: Where were you on July 19, 2021?... Making a Stand for All of Humanity!

    That makes me feel sick to the core; in my country too. Punching him repeatedly whilst he's pinned to the ground!

    They now have to do a 50-odd page report if they have any physical contact,...
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    Great story, but... this footage was posted last November, and there are mixed messages of whether it was Rothschilds Bank or Banque de France, which is near Place de la Bastille.

    Here's some...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Today in Britain, it's not compulsory to wear the face nappy in shops anymore.

    OH and I went into town this morning and we counted up how many weren't wearing masks apart from us in the 3 stores...
  12. Re: A World Pushing Back Against CV19 Lockdown: The Protests, The Revolts, The Non-Compliance

    I've just been into town and found these on all the pay points in the town's busiest car park:
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    Re: The lindisfarne Genocide Conspiracy

    On the antiquity of the British church - I've found it. In The Holy Kingdom, by Adrian Gilbert, Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett, on p.301:

    "...he quotes Martin of Louvain and his Disputoilis...
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    Re: The lindisfarne Genocide Conspiracy

    After a busy week I've had a busy weekend, but there were some facts that I wanted to check before replying so I've now managed to get round to that.

    I know a little of the history of the Celtic...
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    Re: The lindisfarne Genocide Conspiracy

    Please continue to post, Jim. I had to skim your post, fascinating as it is, as I've just had a full-on week. I'm almost at the end of getting a lot of things that needed to be done out of the way...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Health Secretary Sajid Javid tests positive for coronavirus and has 'mild' symptoms

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    But... but... but... the vax is going to protect us!!

    Anyone spot the obvious flaw in this...
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    Re: Doing well in an infrastructure collapse

    Every town has a McD in Britain... :facepalm:
  18. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    Ooohhh, lovely - we stayed in Inveraray just up the road a few years ago, it's absolutely stunning around there.

    There's no way I could chip in though especially with the car being the money pit...
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    Re: Doing well in an infrastructure collapse

    I think this is an appropriate thread to add this Richard D Hall video on living off-grid with lots of great advice on how to do it.

    Richard describes how he bought an ordinary residential...
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    Re: Manufactured food shortages?

    True, Earthgirl, but I see this as one aspect of a general worsening of economic conditions in Britain since the 1980s, and now it's really ramping up. Back then, anyone in manual work who could save...
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