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Best team moment: winning the 2005 European cup. and the 1989 fa cup final.

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31 Oct 2017 18:15:33
Ed033 what do you make of the whole Harvey Weinstein scandal? has he been thrown to the lions to conceal something bigger?, interesting we barely hear about cory feldham for example who was going to expose the paedos currently working in Hollywood.


{Ed033's Note - i don't know as yet why they outed Harvey Weinstein.

1.) 31 Oct 2017 21:34:41
Think it's high time that Feldman says what he knows rather than constantly speculating and asking for donations.



30 Apr 2017 09:38:59
ed033 how do you see this whole brexit situation playing out? do you think we will have a clean divorce or do you think we will try and remain to be friends with benefits as it were, I am expecting the tories to win the general election simply because labour are in no fit state to be a worthy opponent at this time, so the question is will Teresa May be any good at getting us the best deals or will she try to keep us in the eu even though the british public have voted to get us out. look forward to hearing your thoughts on this matter.


{Ed033's Note - Their plan [and this bit is not theory but the exact plan] by the time UK leaves the EU, all of the EU legislation would have been brought into UK legislation, which means on the day UK leaves the EU it will be like UK is still in the EU.

[Now we're onto the theory bit.]
However after leaving, it will mean that the EU legislation that has been brought into UK legislation can be altered to suit, but this doesn't mean it will benefit we the people because a load of the legislation won't be allowed to be altered because in order to be part of the EU bits that UK wants to be part of, [which will be most of it] the legislation has to be exactly the same as EU legislation.

So essentially when we leave, it will be almost exactly like being in EU, as even though it now appears to be pick and choose which bits of the EU and their legislation you want to be part of, UK will choose a huge amount of EU bits, whichever Party wins an election.

1.) 30 Apr 2017 13:45:16
thanks for the reply ed, so once again its not about what we the people want, its about what the politicians want, and they wonder why people have become disenfranchised with politics, it also goes a long way to explain why they have been dragging there feet on this issue.

{Ed033's Note - yes, it was never about we the people.



27 Nov 2016 01:33:35
what are ed033 and fellow posters thoughts about fidel castro? the man the cia could not kill, hero or villain or is he a bit of both? look forward to reading your opinions.


{Ed033's Note - 13 Horrifying Ideas America Had For Invading Cuba

1.) 27 Nov 2016 03:14:32
To me Fidel Castor is the last unless corbyn can take the reins in a peaceful revolution I can't see the future. We are owned barred a Bastille. We need leaders.

2.) 27 Nov 2016 11:05:03
Castro was a tyrant and a dictator who oppressed a country and killed and tortured many of his own countrymen.

People praise him because Cuba has a good health system and because he cocked a snook at the Americans. But Cuba has the worst human rights record in the western hemisphere. As a country Cuba was kept afloat by the Soviet Union.

Corbyn isn't a leader. He's painfully out of his depth. He's a protester. Protesting and leading are two differs things.

3.) 27 Nov 2016 12:18:48
i seen a tweet by marco rubio (who was favorite to be the next president ) he wrote similar to kim's thoughts that castro was a tyrant that murdered his own people and make he did I make no bones about that, in a perfect world everything would be done peacefully but we don't, castro prob murdered innocent people always thinking that they could be part of the coup to murder him, if you are the wests number 1 target from the 50s till the 90s then I do not care who you are, you will get paranoid and do terrible things .

around the time they tried to assassinate castro the americans were giving syphilis that killed 400 alone in 1972 .

the test started in in 1932 and only stopped because of a whistle blower .

what I am trying to say is everyone pointing the finger at castro have blood on their hands, and these imperial tyrants countries that have invaded country after country butchering their own people as well as innocent civilians are all hypocrites .

as for corbyn (not going to go on because you know how I feel about him ) he is a million miles from castro, he is trying to do the peaceful revolution and for all the people who have ridiculed his time in power should remember they have been wrong every time ( I will save the rest of my thoughts for my podcast )

not started it yet, not had the time, will get it done by xmas.

so for me castro was a strong leader who defended his country.

4.) 27 Nov 2016 13:43:00
If someone like Nigel Farage came out and defended Mussolini as a strong leader who defended his country and got the trains running on time, what would the reaction rightly be?

So what's the difference with Castro. Every leader has blood on their hands. Every leader does good and bad. But Castro is divisive. He's only popular because of anti Americanism.

Franky Corbyn talks sense sometimes. But he's a weak leader. He's a hypocrite. He's demanding loyalty from backbenchers when he voted against his own party leaders 500 times from the backbenches. Not once or twice or 10 times on important things like Iraq. But 500 times. How can he lead a party he consistently rebelled against.

He's a protester but organising protests isn't opposition. He has a lot of work to do to convince me he can win.

5.) 27 Nov 2016 15:38:14
kim the only real difference between castro and other leaders is, his crimes are well known and broadcasted .

how many times do you hear about our allies crimes?

churchill? never on maninstream news
french crimes in Algeria in the 1950s, 60s? etc
Belgium in the Congo Genocide?
general pinochet chile?

i could go on but you catch my drift,

i am going to steer away from my corbyn thoughts for the podcast but one thing to call him weak is strange considering no opposistion leader has never been attacked on this scale from day1 from the media to other parties including his own, the last thing I would call him is weak .

{Ed001's Note - you are forgetting Churchill's orders in what was then Indo-China (now Vietnam) immediately after the second world war finished too. He had the Vichy French and Japanese forces re-armed and a British army division airlifted in, along with artillery, naval and air support, to brutally, and I do mean brutally, suppress a rebellion by the natives. Men, women and children were killed indiscriminately

6.) 27 Nov 2016 21:18:10
The world is better off without him Franky. Just because you believe other leaders have received less scrutiny for their crimes doesn't alter the fact that he murdered a lot of innocent Cubans.

7.) 27 Nov 2016 22:26:31
Id call him weak because he is weak. He's been anti EU all his career then in the run up to the referendum he was barely noncommittal at best. A few attacks in the media doesn't prove he's strong.

As I said all leaders have committed crimes. Check out what your country got upto in Greece and Italy in 1945.

8.) 27 Nov 2016 22:34:29
interesting opinions thanks for responding.

{Ed033's Note - he was both a russian agent and a US agent

9.) 28 Nov 2016 17:18:08
rian mandella killed inocent people, I am just playing devils advocate, the world was supposedly been better off without saddam hussein and muammar gaddafi but that is not working too well, like it or not we need necessary evils in this world .

10.) 28 Nov 2016 21:21:48
I believe you have a soft spot for Castro and his buddy Che Guevara. I would personally have tortured that c&*% Guevara for days. Castro was a despot who held an entire country to ransom. He did some nice stuff with healthcare, but I have met many cubans, and not one of them have anything good to say about Castro. Talk to Cubans Franky. And listen to their stories about how many of their relatives have disappeared. He was a tyrant and a murderer. He will be missed by you, and the president of my country, and a few other deluded fools.

{Ed001's Note - how many of those Cubans were living in Cuba under Castro? You do realise what Cuba was like before Castro right? A playground for the rich, while the vast majority of the country were living in extreme poverty. Oh and people were disappearing then too. He was a dictator, a not nice dictator, but he was no worse than any other world leader. In some respects better, in others worse, but certainly not as bad as you are making out.}

11.) 28 Nov 2016 22:07:17
as edd001 points out its not a black and white case, I have mentioned both prob murdered and jailed many, as for soft spot I would rather you use the word admire in respects to how they stood up against powerful forces .

12.) 28 Nov 2016 22:30:52
There is nothing probable about the murders committed by Che and Fidel. They were murderous lunatics. You need to see them for what they were.

13.) 28 Nov 2016 23:53:23
rian, do you feel the same way about nelson mandella?

14.) 29 Nov 2016 09:00:00

Franky it is interesting that you are willing to adopt the MSM view on Nelson Mandela, but see Fidel Castro and Che Guevara through rose tinted glasses.

15.) 29 Nov 2016 12:31:59
the only difference is mandella got caught a lot earlier than Che or he would have killed many more people.

mate rose tinted glasses applies to people who think similar crimes only applies to certain people, they are just as bad.
what mandella did was no different to what Che did, one is lauded and one is a murderer of innocent people.



09 Nov 2016 08:12:26
ed033 in light of trumps victory what do you expect to happen now? do you think like I do that he will meet a accident if he does not do as he is told, assassinating a usa president is of course nothing new, and is this the last we hear of Hilary or will she now be thrown on the bonfire so to speak.


{Ed033's Note - imo, i would expect Donald Trump will get a rude awakening after being sworn in when he is given 2 handlers who tell him the way it works is, they say and he does.

But, it's also likely that Trump will be able to carry out some stuff that he wants but won't be able to do everything he wants.

It's likely that if he does send US Forces into Syria to finally defeat ISIS, then US Forces will carry out the globalists' agenda to take out Syria instead and move onto Iran by saying ISIS is now in Iran.

Yes, if he does go against the globalists agenda too much, they will take him out.

I would hope that we will no longer see Hillary anymore, either due to ill health or that she can't be appointed into politics again as more stuff is released about her illegal/criminal dealings.

The Clinton Foundation investigation should continue and you would expect that someone has to take the blame and the punishment for the illegal/criminal dealings going on there.

You would also expect James Comey to step down as FBI Director and the next Director should want to restore the credibility of the FBI.

1.) 09 Nov 2016 09:27:58
Already talk of Giuliani as FBI director.

2.) 09 Nov 2016 12:37:21
Giuliani wants stop and frisk. Controversial indeed.



27 Sep 2016 05:08:54
what would be the plan if trump won? or would he be too busy building a wall to keep the Mexicans out.


{Ed033's Note - The plan would be to get Trump to bomb ISIS (he has already said in speeches that if President, he would bomb the hell out of ISIS), however instead of bombing ISIS, US Forces would carry out the aganda of bombing Syria, to take out Syria and then move to bomb Iran (by claiming ISIS is in Iran).

On top of this, Trump advisors would attempt to convince Trump that Russia is a huge imminent threat and the US should fight proxy battles in the Ukraine and other ex-Soviet Union countries and the Middle East to surround and weaken Russia.

If Trump doesn't go along with the above, then he will be taken out be some means and his Vice President, Mike Pense (who is a globalist puppet) will go along with the above.

The wall is irrelevant because after Trump leaves office, the agenda will be to allow millions of invaders into the US, so holes will be placed in the wall (if built) to allow them into the US.

If you didn't know; the way Trump will get Mexico to pay for the wall is by telling the Mexico government that the US will prevent the $24 billion per year that is sent out of US into Mexico by Mexicans in US from getting to Mexico and all the Mexican government has to do is pay a one off $10 billion to pay for the wall and then the $24 billion per year can leave the US for Mexico unhindered.

1.) 27 Sep 2016 11:13:07
Whilst neither candidate shone, I thought Clinton did a bit better than Trump last night. Trump will need to up his game in the next two debates.

2.) 27 Sep 2016 14:50:06
thanks for that reply ed033.

{Ed033's Note - There seems to be 2 agendas we can see happening right before our eyes if people are paying attention:
1. The Syria take out leading to an Iran take out, leading to maybe WW3 if they want to go that far.

2. Flooding Europe and North America with millions of invaders as per the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan to ruin Europe and North America.

3.) 27 Sep 2016 19:35:49
Leading to WW III? Are we not already mid way through that? Except this time it's not Europe that's being obliterated, it's the middle-east.

{Ed033's Note - They have to tell us what's going to happen before it happens and the script we have been told by them decades ago is; we have war in the Middle East followed by WW3, which is a nuclear weapons exchange. After WW3 we have nuclear winter, famine and pestilence.




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23 Jun 2019 19:06:47
its shocking the actions they take Ed033, its the death of common sense as far as i'm concerned, I also object very strongly to very young children being subjected to things they have no chance of understanding, eg: gay and lesbian characters or even worse LGBT characters being introduced into there child programmes, but I guess that's all part of the brainwashing process and the earlier they can start the brainwashing the better it is for there appalling agenda.


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23 Jun 2019 17:23:23
the pupil has now been suspended from school! you couldn't make this stuff up. Whenever a authority figure is challenged and they have no answer to the challenge, they fall back on disciplinary procedures.

I remember when I was in religious studies class at school and I presented the argument to the teacher that there is no god, I was asked to leave the class! that was the day I realised if you did not follow the 'official narrative' life was going to be more challenging, even though at school age we were meant to be encouraged to see things from every angle, this pupil is the victim of a ridiculous agenda, and yes there are only TWO genders.


{Ed033's Note - Exactly, and now you get blocked/shadow banned etc from youtube, facebook and all social media for saying or posting anything they don't like . You can also be banned from Paypal and other payment receiving processors if you say or write anything they don't like. There is also legislation in UK stating persons can go to prison for up to 6 years if you say or write anything they don't like.



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10 Mar 2019 20:10:25
a very good film that once again blows giant holes in the official narrative, if you have not seen it yet, it's well worth watching, Richard D Hall seems to have struck a nerve with at least one 'key witness' and the law itself which should raise a red flag or two. also watch the follow up film which pulls apart the detectives statements regarding Tommy Mair.




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23 Jul 2018 08:44:48
well worth watching.




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23 May 2018 14:04:00
the very fact that Thomas mairs defence team put up no defence at all should set alarm bells ringing, that is there job after all.


{Ed033's Note - Exactly, and what could happen is the same as the Jill Dando case where the alleged perpetrator is let out of prison after about 10 years due to no evidence whatsoever.




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