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View Beanyboysmd's Profile Beanyboysmd Flag 06 Jun 22 8.19pm Send a Private Message to Beanyboysmd Add Beanyboysmd as a friend

Someone has written him a cheque, he didnt believe a word he was saying

 

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View becky's Profile becky Flag over the moon 06 Jun 22 8.24pm Send a Private Message to becky Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add becky as a friend

Originally posted by PalazioVecchio

that's a rather boring rant, even by your standards.

Getting back to the OP, i reckon Neil Oliver has committed career 'Hara-kiri' by expressing his opinions.

Maybe he could get a job with J.K. Rowling..... lead in her next film?

 


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View The_Aviator's Profile The_Aviator Flag Rochester 08 Jun 22 8.19pm Send a Private Message to The_Aviator Add The_Aviator as a friend

It seems that many people won't believe anything is truth until they actually see it on the BBC.

Nevertheless, it is good to see GB News putting 'counter-narrative' information out on mainstream media television.

Shame it's more than two years too late (accepting that GB News only started on air in mid 2021).

Surprised they don't get told off by Ofcom. Maybe they are waiting for the Online Harms bill to become law? I suspect most readers here believe that that bill is about protecting children from paedophiles? That's how they are spinning the impending massive jump in censorship that it will introduce. One of four recent "enabling acts", of which two are already passed into law.

Of course, you have to ask yourselves why GB News are allowed to say such things when everything, information-wise, has been so tightly controlled for the past 27 months. They even talk about Vaccine Adverse Events and the lack of compensation for people with Covid jab injuries.

As for it all being conspiracy theory. It's no theory. You can investigate the World Economic Forum for yourselves.

You can also watch UK Column News, livestreamed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1pm and all episodes available on demand immediately thereafter at [Link] [link goes to UK Column dot Org] to learn what devious things go on in the bowels of UK parliament and are covered up by the BBC.

"Another conspiracy theory", I hear you shout. But realistically, anyone who thinks the BBC give them news and doesn't understand that it is purely whatever propaganda the state want pushed out, is deliberately looking in the wrong direction. Or simply under the spell of the delusion that we are living in a liberal democracy with a benevolent government. I don't blame you, I used to think the same once upon a time. We all did.

Anyone who is starting to question the propaganda from the BBC (and I don't just mean all the woke, extreme left-wing bollocks) could do a lot worse than watch a few episodes of UK Column News.

The truth is all out there, a lot of it hiding in plain sight.

Edited by The_Aviator (08 Jun 2022 8.20pm)

 

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Originally posted by The_Aviator

It seems that many people won't believe anything is truth until they actually see it on the BBC.

Nevertheless, it is good to see GB News putting 'counter-narrative' information out on mainstream media television.

Shame it's more than two years too late (accepting that GB News only started on air in mid 2021).

Surprised they don't get told off by Ofcom. Maybe they are waiting for the Online Harms bill to become law? I suspect most readers here believe that that bill is about protecting children from paedophiles? That's how they are spinning the impending massive jump in censorship that it will introduce. One of four recent "enabling acts", of which two are already passed into law.

Of course, you have to ask yourselves why GB News are allowed to say such things when everything, information-wise, has been so tightly controlled for the past 27 months. They even talk about Vaccine Adverse Events and the lack of compensation for people with Covid jab injuries.

As for it all being conspiracy theory. It's no theory. You can investigate the World Economic Forum for yourselves.

You can also watch UK Column News, livestreamed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1pm and all episodes available on demand immediately thereafter at [Link] [link goes to UK Column dot Org] to learn what devious things go on in the bowels of UK parliament and are covered up by the BBC.

"Another conspiracy theory", I hear you shout. But realistically, anyone who thinks the BBC give them news and doesn't understand that it is purely whatever propaganda the state want pushed out, is deliberately looking in the wrong direction. Or simply under the spell of the delusion that we are living in a liberal democracy with a benevolent government. I don't blame you, I used to think the same once upon a time. We all did.

Anyone who is starting to question the propaganda from the BBC (and I don't just mean all the woke, extreme left-wing bollocks) could do a lot worse than watch a few episodes of UK Column News.

The truth is all out there, a lot of it hiding in plain sight.

Edited by The_Aviator (08 Jun 2022 8.20pm)

Good post

 

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Originally posted by The_Aviator

It seems that many people won't believe anything is truth until they actually see it on the BBC.

Nevertheless, it is good to see GB News putting 'counter-narrative' information out on mainstream media television.

Shame it's more than two years too late (accepting that GB News only started on air in mid 2021).

Surprised they don't get told off by Ofcom. Maybe they are waiting for the Online Harms bill to become law? I suspect most readers here believe that that bill is about protecting children from paedophiles? That's how they are spinning the impending massive jump in censorship that it will introduce. One of four recent "enabling acts", of which two are already passed into law.

Of course, you have to ask yourselves why GB News are allowed to say such things when everything, information-wise, has been so tightly controlled for the past 27 months. They even talk about Vaccine Adverse Events and the lack of compensation for people with Covid jab injuries.

As for it all being conspiracy theory. It's no theory. You can investigate the World Economic Forum for yourselves.

You can also watch UK Column News, livestreamed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1pm and all episodes available on demand immediately thereafter at [Link] [link goes to UK Column dot Org] to learn what devious things go on in the bowels of UK parliament and are covered up by the BBC.

"Another conspiracy theory", I hear you shout. But realistically, anyone who thinks the BBC give them news and doesn't understand that it is purely whatever propaganda the state want pushed out, is deliberately looking in the wrong direction. Or simply under the spell of the delusion that we are living in a liberal democracy with a benevolent government. I don't blame you, I used to think the same once upon a time. We all did.

Anyone who is starting to question the propaganda from the BBC (and I don't just mean all the woke, extreme left-wing bollocks) could do a lot worse than watch a few episodes of UK Column News.

The truth is all out there, a lot of it hiding in plain sight.

Edited by The_Aviator (08 Jun 2022 8.20pm)

Mark Steyn is being investigated by OFCOM. People do not understand the concept of regulatory capture like itís never happened numerous times in the past.

 

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View The_Aviator's Profile The_Aviator Flag Rochester 08 Jun 22 10.21pm Send a Private Message to The_Aviator Add The_Aviator as a friend

"Regulatory capture".

A well-chosen phrase, which I applaud the use of. See also "revolving doors" (whilst looking at Vallance & Whitty).

The entire MHRA too are, basically, shills for Big Pharma. Apologists for gangsters, in effect.


Regulatory capture doesn't only happen in the regulation of medicine and broadcasting (although I'm not sure Ofcom was ever free of it and was probably set up in the first place to police the propaganda output of the mainstream broadcast media).

Don't believe regulatory capture is actually a thing?

Take a look at Boeing and the FAA having allowed them to self-certificate the changes made to their new (at the time) Boeing 737 MAX versus the earlier variants of the airframe. Bigger engines requiring a re-design to cope. But that would have made it a different airframe, and would have needed $ billions in re-certification costs. Instead they installed some clever trickery in the flight computers to make them handle and feel (to the pilots) like the earlier versions.

What's wrong with that I hear you ask?

Well, Boeing did it on the cheap and self-certificated a single sensor instead of a fail-active dual sensor arrangement. Lots of people knew about the flaws in this and raised them at various levels but were overruled within both Boeing and the FAA.

The result was that two airframes crashed because the pilots didn't know how to identify the fault, let alone recover from it, and 346 people died as a result. And apart from the entire fleet of 737 MAX a/c being grounded for ages, with eventual modifications to the dual sensor arrangement, nothing in respect of how the FAA oversees Boeing has changed.

This isn't conspiracy theory. It's verifiable fact. Even Wikipedia will tell you about these events and the fact that Boeing paid out $2.5 billion in compensation. But that's a drop in the ocean compared to their overall profits, partly derived from cutting corners as described here, and partly from selling weapons to kill poor f***ers in other countries.

They simply don't care about you or me. Or any other collateral damage... as long as their profit-making machine rolls on.


Going back to Covid; how many took the jabs because they believed that the benevolent 'free western' government cared about their health?

THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH.

If they cared about your health, there wouldn't be 6.5 million on the waiting list for the NHS before Covid (the same, or worse now).

There wouldn't be 6.5 million on the waiting list for NHS operations while we are sending £2.6 billion worth of aid (mostly weapons) to Ukraine. [Link] [link is to Reuters on the issue.] How far would that go towards health cover? Not that far actually, but it would help.

Sorry to break it to people, but they really don't care about your health. Or even your life.

 

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I wish he would lose the affected cravate thing he wears

 


If untruths and bllshit are allowed to flourish unchallenged the forum will be the worse for it.

Opinions are not facts just because Wisbech Eagle believes them

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag The garden of England 22 Jun 22 10.29am Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by The_Aviator

"Regulatory capture".

A well-chosen phrase, which I applaud the use of. See also "revolving doors" (whilst looking at Vallance & Whitty).

The entire MHRA too are, basically, shills for Big Pharma. Apologists for gangsters, in effect.


Regulatory capture doesn't only happen in the regulation of medicine and broadcasting (although I'm not sure Ofcom was ever free of it and was probably set up in the first place to police the propaganda output of the mainstream broadcast media).

Don't believe regulatory capture is actually a thing?

Take a look at Boeing and the FAA having allowed them to self-certificate the changes made to their new (at the time) Boeing 737 MAX versus the earlier variants of the airframe. Bigger engines requiring a re-design to cope. But that would have made it a different airframe, and would have needed $ billions in re-certification costs. Instead they installed some clever trickery in the flight computers to make them handle and feel (to the pilots) like the earlier versions.

What's wrong with that I hear you ask?

Well, Boeing did it on the cheap and self-certificated a single sensor instead of a fail-active dual sensor arrangement. Lots of people knew about the flaws in this and raised them at various levels but were overruled within both Boeing and the FAA.

The result was that two airframes crashed because the pilots didn't know how to identify the fault, let alone recover from it, and 346 people died as a result. And apart from the entire fleet of 737 MAX a/c being grounded for ages, with eventual modifications to the dual sensor arrangement, nothing in respect of how the FAA oversees Boeing has changed.

This isn't conspiracy theory. It's verifiable fact. Even Wikipedia will tell you about these events and the fact that Boeing paid out .5 billion in compensation. But that's a drop in the ocean compared to their overall profits, partly derived from cutting corners as described here, and partly from selling weapons to kill poor f***ers in other countries.

They simply don't care about you or me. Or any other collateral damage... as long as their profit-making machine rolls on.


Going back to Covid; how many took the jabs because they believed that the benevolent 'free western' government cared about their health?

THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH.

If they cared about your health, there wouldn't be 6.5 million on the waiting list for the NHS before Covid (the same, or worse now).

There wouldn't be 6.5 million on the waiting list for NHS operations while we are sending £2.6 billion worth of aid (mostly weapons) to Ukraine. [Link] [link is to Reuters on the issue.] How far would that go towards health cover? Not that far actually, but it would help.

Sorry to break it to people, but they really don't care about your health. Or even your life.

I get this but in a microscopic comparison do we actually give a s*** about anyone else. We can all virtue signal but thatís about it.
Basically what you have exampled is life and trying to scapegoat the upper echelons to make us feel better just does that. Makes us feel better and convinces us that we hold the moral high ground. Itís how it is rightly or wrongly.

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

I get this but in a microscopic comparison do we actually give a s*** about anyone else. We can all virtue signal but thatís about it.
Basically what you have exampled is life and trying to scapegoat the upper echelons to make us feel better just does that. Makes us feel better and convinces us that we hold the moral high ground. Itís how it is rightly or wrongly.

That is a strange comment.

We have private money (often via so called "philanthropic" NGO's) funding literally everything including our so called independent regulators and media. It's straight up direct conflicts of interest all over the place. But heh ho, nothing to see here.

This has also been described by people like Warren Buffett as the "institutional imperative" although that's somewhat of a kinder interpretation.

 

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Originally posted by HKOwen

I wish he would lose the affected cravate thing he wears

Good point, like a sh1t academic uniform.

 


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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag The garden of England 22 Jun 22 12.15pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by W12

That is a strange comment.

We have private money (often via so called "philanthropic" NGO's) funding literally everything including our so called independent regulators and media. It's straight up direct conflicts of interest all over the place. But heh ho, nothing to see here.

This has also been described by people like Warren Buffett as the "institutional imperative" although that's somewhat of a kinder interpretation.

My point was in reply to the poster about them not giving a crap about our lives and health. Then read my reply. Do we care more about others?

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

My point was in reply to the poster about them not giving a crap about our lives and health. Then read my reply. Do we care more about others?

Are you saying nobody cares about other people or something else?

I personally wouldn't post on here if I didn't think it might plant some seeds in peoples minds that there is more to things than the narrative they are constantly fed.

I guess that partly comes from our Christian roots i.e. "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" and the general Christian ethos that underpins (or underpinned) our culture. There is also an element of self interest in that the more people can see things as they are the better our society would be.

Why would you not give a crap about other people anyway though?

 

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