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09 Nov 2016 00:39:59
And what a day to pretty much bring a conclusion to the paedophile inquest amongst politicians etc. Talk about a day to bury bad press. Just double check what else gets pushed through whilst the American election is going on.
Shame on you.


1.) 09 Nov 2016 02:01:16
Everyone's too focused on America. Me and my assistant have 2 tvs 2 laptops 2 phones all going and a very large bottle of vodka which is slowly draining.



05 Nov 2016 22:52:25
Just completely off subject, and playing devils advocate. I turned over channels a couple of nights ago to again come across the annual MOBO award (for those that don't know - Music of Black Origin) . During this I noticed Lenny Henry give a big introduction and award to a black female Olympic champion boxer. I have nothing against it.

So I thought what would happen if we had the MOWO awards (yes white origin) and it so happened that we gave an award to an outstanding white Olympian.
How would this be received? Racist I take it.


1.) 06 Nov 2016 16:45:03
Based on previous happenings, if someone started a MOWO award that happened to get national attention, you would expect a government agency to pay a few 'white' assets to attempt to recruit people from the public, then hold a 'protest' to call it 'racist' with main stream media being invited to sell it to the mass population as 'racist'.

2.) 06 Nov 2016 18:04:27
Supasub black people created a lot of music genres and never got the credit for it. I see no problem with it because they're probably sick of being mugged off.

{Ed033's Note - i think Supasub's point is not that there shouldn't be MOBO awards, but what would happen if someone started a MOWO award.

3.) 06 Nov 2016 19:25:05
Edd033 I personally think the idea is patronising.
I understand the racism card though. It would likely draw in serious criticism and alleged racism from the media even though black people are doing it. only white people can be racists apparently. All these labels are killing free speech. We're as a nation being walked over because again over political correctness.



06 Jul 2016 22:27:30
Ed/ anyone. I'm pretty much 99% sure Dr kelly was assassinated. I'm a little swayed in thinking that Robin Cook was too. Both obviously interpreting information differently regarding going to war in Iraq. Just what's happened in the last day has brought it back to me. What's your thoughts?


{Ed033's Note - All Dr kelly did was to say Blair lied, but the problem was he was an insider and insiders aren't allowed to talk to the media because they know a lot. They killed him because otherwise it would of given the green light to other insiders to come out and talk to the media and sooner or later someone would start telling the truth. so they killed Dr Kelly to send a message to other insiders to keep quiet and never talk to any media.

Robin Cook was killed exactly the same way as Labour leader, John Smith was, using a heart attack 'gun' which sends microwave energy to the victim to stop their heart. Both Robin Cook and John Smith were on walking holidays when they were murdered.

It was thought that John Smith wouldn't go along with the Iraq War and weapons of mass 'distraction' (as Tony Blair once said in error). The control group knew Tony Blair would go along with the whole Iraq war fiasco after Blair went to the Bilderberg meeting just before John Smith's murder.

Robin Cook (a millionaire author who didn't need the money from being an MP) was about to reveal that there was no discussions within the cabinet and Tony Blair just dictated to the cabinet what was to take place (with Tony Blair being told what to do by Blair's handler). So they took out Robin Cook permanently to prevent this coming out.

1.) 07 Jul 2016 00:53:03
Yep, that's what they call democracy haha. Sometimes you look at these cases of suspected assassinations and just think we're not much better off than countries that live under a dictatorship or communist rule. If the truth can't be revealed by the people we trusted to put in power then are we that different from the governments and regimes we call bad if we just give in to corruption and corporate greed. While all the time we hide under the veil we call democracy and that somehow makes us feel better. TRUE democracy would be great but power, greed and corruption will always come out on top if the masses don't wake up.

{Ed033's Note - yes, most people believe in the illusion of democracy but we're actually living under a dictatorship (that currently uses the velvet glove if you think and do exactly as the government wants you to think and do.)

2.) 07 Jul 2016 01:06:48
Funny you mention John Smith ed. I posted about this a couple of weeks ago when the whole brexit thing was going on. I was quite young when he died but my step father who was a socialist at heart but had always voted tory for as long as I remember mentioned him as someone who would get his vote for whatever reason, what little I know gave the impression that he was as honest as they came in a politician sense and was fairly genuine. My parents brought me up to believe that in general politicians were untrustworthy and some more untrustworthy than others. If there were any honest politicians then they were very few and far between but he appeared to maybe be one of them. Then just as he takes leadership (I think) he dies of a heart attack and Blair is thrust before us. On another note how does Alistair Campbell not even get a mention today? He just makes me feel dirty when I see him or hear him speak. Add Mandelson to that too.

{Ed033's Note - yes, there are a few good non corrupt MPs always about and John Smith was apparently one of the good ones and therefore as we know Tony Blair did so much harm as the Establishment wanted, it's highly likely John Smith would never had gone along with all the evil stuff, so from their point of view, John Smith had to be removed permanently.

3.) 07 Jul 2016 15:48:02
I think you're right about David Kelly.

4.) 07 Jul 2016 17:46:14
Yes, and I've heard quite a few different accounts of the directed energy 'gun' being real.
If I remember right a clever man / scientist called John Hutchinson had a big one on his van lol.
But he just can't get funded for his science, basically been cut off. no one invests in him because he is on the same line as tesla.
I even think he may have worked with him. don't know for sure as I can't remember if it was him that said this.

5.) 07 Jul 2016 17:51:13
Also there are many people to have claimed to be T.Is (targeted individuals) in America and a couple in Britain.

Also on a side note the tetra system the police use, works on a dangerous frequency / microwave that interferes with the chemical process in your body making you depressed. This can in theory back up claims of directed energy weapons being possible.



24 Jun 2016 18:36:21
Nicola sturgeon needs to be careful what she wishes for. If she pushes for a referendum what currency would they use if they leave us? Can you have british £pound currency that is in the EU in one country but not in another? Surely if Scotland get another vote to leave they have to take the euro currency. Not going to happen.


1.) 24 Jun 2016 20:17:44
I'm Scottish and I don't think the euro would be that bad, I would rather use sh*t as currency than currency with "big Liz" on it. Scotland should be free of Westminster rule and a monarchy that's not our own. Call me all the bitter Scott you want but I'm not the only one who feels that way. FREEDOM!

2.) 24 Jun 2016 20:21:30
Even though the original union was pushed for by Scots under a Scottish monarchy.

3.) 24 Jun 2016 20:29:00
Nicola sturgeon needs to have a long hard think anyway. She is someone who devotes her life to politics and has no respect for democracy. If you are that type of person you need to rethink your job choice. I will refer to a previous comment of Nicola sturgeon and although I don't agree with the result democracy has to be withheld . It was when a golf club put it to the vote for female members and it didn't get the vote and remained an all male club. Nicola sturgeon came out and condemned what was a democratic vote. Like or loath the result you have to accept it and that woman has not the slightest respect for that motion. She needs to change her line of work the woman's a joke.

4.) 24 Jun 2016 20:31:13
Also mr X I agree you should be free mate but as in your own referendum and the European referendum your brethren did not have the balls to vote in the right way and bottled it for the fear of change.

5.) 24 Jun 2016 23:13:29
Kim, you shouldn't mention that' you will have them spitting scotch everywhere.

{Ed007's Note - What an odd name to use on a site like this. Alarm bells are ringing Roydon.}



24 Jun 2016 11:16:50
It was a vote for lack of trust in politicians and the financial institutions. Great to see the look on some politicians faces when they realised a future step into a job in the EU is evaporating. Still 2 years+ is a long time and I wouldn't rule out the EU coming back with another offer. I just don't think it's going to be a clean break.


1.) 24 Jun 2016 11:40:13
You might be right mate, I doubt the elite will give in without a struggle and some slight of hand to pull the wool over our eyes, main thing is the majority got it right, as long as we don't get forced to accept some watered down divorce of sorts then fine, we need to let the politicians know that anything other than complete control over immigration, borders, and trade is unacceptable.
That's the thing about democracy, if they don't do what we want we can vote them out, another 10 or 15 yrs of Brussels meddling and that wouldn't have been the case.

2.) 24 Jun 2016 12:55:24
Following the EU result, can anyone explain what happens regarding TTIP?

3.) 24 Jun 2016 12:59:29
I wonder what TPTB were thinking when they thought of this. Makes u think about divide and conquer although they had us in a union which makes for easier control I just can't see what their perogative may have been behind this.

As we all know they wouldn't let us have the referendum unless they wanted us to have it.

4.) 24 Jun 2016 17:33:43
I voted because EU is a waste of space
I voted because I wanted out
So did 60 percent of England
Remove London
It would nearly be 80
Fact is people Europe is not best for Britian
Now I would partition for Scotland to have a referendum on independence
I bet they do not take that chance

Becuase they only wanted to mess up England
Now everyone embrace this
Work hard and take back what we've lost!




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07 Jun 2021 21:36:41
I think I read somewhere, it could have even been here on this site of a theory that Stanley Kubrick filmed the moon landings using the same film location as James Bond's, Diamonds are forever, moon buggy scene. Somewhere in the Nevada desert on the outskirts of Las Vegas. It's plausible seeing as the film was released in 1971. Say took a year or so to film. The moon landings were 1969. Kill 2 birds with one stone, save on filming cost etc lol. Reminds me of one of my favourite conspiracy films, Capricorn One.


{Ed033's Note - Yes, Capricorn One is awesome and shows how they might initially break it to the Apollo 'Astronauts' thinking they were going into 'Outer Space'.



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06 May 2021 10:33:16
Lack of supply. Lack of supply means increasing price.




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05 May 2021 17:59:36
Try and have a nice spread of tokens. I would try and own a nice spread of the top 20/ 30 tokens where possible although DOGE would have been one of the last ones I would have picked. If I did, today would be a day where I'd probably move half/ all to something like XRP and then shift back to DOGE on a dip (which it will) . Bitcoin to hit $100,000 by July I reckon. Possibly $200K+ next year and lots of coins to grow rapidly. Remember crypto is long term not short term gains or you'll get burnt.




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05 May 2021 17:32:22
I thought Doge was a coin that is used when the market is temporarily falling. So when bitcoin etc starts to fall they move it across to DOGE temporarily. When bitcoin rises they move back across. I think DOGE price is unsustainable if the market is good in general.

Ed is right though about the other coins. I like chainlink, AVALANCHE and KLV is one to watch too. KLV exchange goes live this week with blockchain later in the year and I think a new phone end of next year?




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11 Feb 2021 18:50:31
Absolutely. Good luck.





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