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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from SpectrumFX in Best Coronavirus Memes   
    They're not trying to gain trust with graphics like that. The message is that this is the official narrative and it will be enforced.
    Truth doesn't come into it. Reality check indeed.
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to Stuey in Best Coronavirus Memes   
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to HaX in Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus August onwards 2020 (Part 4)   
    We have no viable opposition to the situation which has been imposed upon us. She's clearly towing the "Starmer establishment narrative", and I suspect that Labour's many followers will be sucking this up with great glee. 
    While I think that the way in which the Conservatives have handled the situation has been terrible, I believe that Labour would have been far worse. 
    Have they really learned nothing after more than a decade in the wilderness?
    C*nts!
     
     
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from MrLibertyRedux in Best Coronavirus Memes   
    They're not trying to gain trust with graphics like that. The message is that this is the official narrative and it will be enforced.
    Truth doesn't come into it. Reality check indeed.
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to DurhamBorn in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Must admit shorting isnt for me.I never use leverage ever and with longs you can sit and wait with no pressure.Im pretty sure all his shorts will fall huge amounts from where they are now,but a parabolic increase would destroy anyone leveraged.Tesla is a huge bubble of course.Even a guy at work said his son had started buying it on some App,hes 21 and works in Tesco.Tesla only makes money on carbon credits etc from what i can see in its accounts.
    Instead of shorting though i prefer to look at the opposite end of the bubble,of course that old style energy right now.
    Steve is a superb contrarian and has really deep knowledge in areas most people dont even consider.He would be first to admit though timing is never perfect.
  6. Lol
    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus August onwards 2020 (Part 4)   
    What I meant was there would be benefits after the £120k had run out. It probably wouldn't take long. You'd be able to keep £6k. Would cover funeral expenses.
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from The Generation Game in Anti lockdown riots in Europe and around the world   
    I won't be going shopping either. Perhaps food shopping. There will be shoppers though, as soon as it is allowed. Especially in the run up to Christmas. Some people enjoy it.
  8. Lol
    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to Vendetta in Pandemic log - please only post if you or someone close to you gets the lurgy   
    Bloke I know at work got it..... had to have a test - as his close workmate got it. 
    58 yrs old 
    very overweight - obese - possibly morbidly obese. 
    functioning alcoholic (easily drinks 15 pints on a Saturday and Sunday plus whisky too) and boozes everyday.
    Smoker - 20 a day.
    A grafter - physical labour all his life.
    Anyway he tells me he was tired and ‘sick’ for the first day or two -  but put that down to being told he had to stop boozing by his doctor. Got back on the ‘alcohol horse’ on day 3 and ‘rode it out’..... spent the next 11 days drinking ‘eavily....
     
    Back to work 14 days after positive test. He looks fucked - but looks the same as he does after he comes back from a week in Benidorm every year.
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to Heart's Ease in "Build Back Better" and Klaus's Great Reset in a post Covid world - has older origins   
    It's the smile through all of it. Chilling. 
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Bricks & Mortar in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    Simplest explanation is that it means nothing specific. People seem obsessed with finding hidden meanings.
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Alex in Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus August onwards 2020 (Part 4)   
    What does losing an election matter if the new lot continue the same policies? Particularly if you can expect to earn more money out of office.
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to Bricks & Mortar in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    It was quite common for service people injured in Iraq and Afghanistan to be flown to Germany for treatment.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landstuhl_Regional_Medical_Center
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from stokiescum in Is Housepricecrash.co.uk down? thread   
    In your drinks globe? Or is that just for exotic spirits?
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Knickerless Turgid in Is Housepricecrash.co.uk down? thread   
    People do insist on replying to him/her...
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in Lockdown protest arrests   
    They have changed. The two man rule is new.
    Probably wouldn't have been enforced for the state condoned demos though.
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to Mirror Mirror in Lockdown protest arrests   
    That’s a rhetorical question, isn’t it?
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus August onwards 2020 (Part 4)   
    £200 is not much money. Less than a week's wages for any full time adult worker. The only people who would be persuaded by that would be those desperate for cash. It could possibly encourage some to volunteer who would have had the vaccine anyway.
    It could put off a lot of people. "If it is safe and for my benefit then why do they need to pay me?" In fact the more they offer the more suspicious it is.
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from MrXxxx in Pandemic coming? - Coronavirus August onwards 2020 (Part 4)   
    £200 is not much money. Less than a week's wages for any full time adult worker. The only people who would be persuaded by that would be those desperate for cash. It could possibly encourage some to volunteer who would have had the vaccine anyway.
    It could put off a lot of people. "If it is safe and for my benefit then why do they need to pay me?" In fact the more they offer the more suspicious it is.
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from MrPin in Vaccine Stamps To Be Considered For Overseas Travel   
    You don't need a visa to visit Brazil. They do have Yellow Fever. The vaccine now seems to be recommended for almost the whole country. Just the north east is ok. When I went Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Minas Gerais didn't require it either. There were no checks for it at all. Might have been different in the Amazon.
    Just as well as the jab makes quite a few people very ill for a while. I did have some tetanus and hepatitis vaccines but these were also only recommended.
    Big difference in having to prove vaccination for a foreign disease before travelling and vaccination for relatively mild disease that is already present at home. Yellow fever is fatal at least ten times as often as covid.
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from apples in Anti lockdown riots in Europe and around the world   
    All that and more. They're made to wear the masks whilst the people they're policing aren't wearing them. Designed to build up resentment? It also dehumanises them. I tried wearing an anti-pollution mask when cycling to work but soon binned it as I couldn't communicate with other road users via facial expressions.
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    Yadda yadda yadda reacted to Iamcynical in Anti lockdown riots in Europe and around the world   
    I was there.  Cops were utter cunts.  They were the only violent ones.  We need police blood on the streets for things to turn.  It isn't looking good imo 
  23. Agree
    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from Heart's Ease in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    Just read back the last couple of pages. On the indoctrination it is important to remember a few things about human nature. People want to be part of a group. They want to believe that their side is good and that the other side is evil. If the circumstances align they will kill people who are similar to them over any sort of difference. Nationality, race and religion are the most historically prevalent groupings with wealth and power the actual reason for conflict. Often those doing the fighting aren't the ones who stand to gain from victory. Politics is another reason to form groups.
    People also want to believe that they are somehow right and better than others. This can also be exploited. Propaganda is used to make you identify with a group and to perceive that as being the righteous thing to do.
    Circumstances can be engineered whereby your own best interest is served by joining in with the group in demonising the other or even fighting for it. At the most extreme your life and those of your family and friends can be put at risk deliberately to force you to pick a side. Eg mass immigration from incompatible cultures may be for the purpose of creating violence amongst the lower orders. That violence would be against our interests but potentially be necessary for self-preservation. Yet they have people who could be victims encouraging immigration because they want to be nice. At best it spreads resources such as housing ever thinner.
    So why do people fall for the propaganda? Because the orchestrators are very good at it. It is very repetitive and all encompassing. They restrict alternative opinions.
    Personally I don't think it worthwhile arguing too hard with those I care about. All I do is ask seemingly innocuous questions like, "I wonder why so many Americans vote for Trump? We've been there and they're good people. He must be doing something that they like. Perhaps the media doesn't bother reporting it?" I might also say, "at least he hasn't started any wars, that is a good thing, isn't it?" Leading questions. Those that are less TDS afflicted I could mention criminal justice reform.
    If Trump were to somehow win re-election with lots of misdeeds coming to light then I would be there to help my friends and family. People would have their perceptions blown apart.
    I never lose sight of the fact that I could be wrong. Don't want to become a pawn of the other side.
  24. Informative
    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from The Grey Man in Vitamin D   
    Anyone who has even heard of Darwin must wonder why native skin colour varies across the planet. Must be an evolutionary reason. Not discussed because evolution is clearly racist. It also involves winners and losers, which is doubleplus bad.
    I'm perfectly adapted to British climatic conditions. Unfortunately I'm not at all adapted to British taxation and benefits policies.
    Australia even has a city that is presumably named after Charles Darwin.
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    Yadda yadda yadda got a reaction from The Idiocrat in Has anyone else heard the Irish complain recently about their past ill treatment in these easily offended times?   
    We did nothing to Ireland. The British ruling class did. We just got the blowback. The British ruling class didn't treat British people much better. Child labour. Tied housing. Workhouses. Industrial death and injury. Impressment into the military, particularly the Navy.
    Fair play to the Irish in this country who are generally decent. They were treated badly for a long time by the general population. I distinguish that from mistreatment in Ireland.
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