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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 21:42:25 »
Well, that was an illuminating Saturday.

Being most concerned about the future for my kids specifically and humanity in general, i thought I would see how others viewed my concerns. I was hoping for an adult discussion and thought there may have been some fellow critical thinkers out there.

How wrong I was! Bar a couple of comments, most have been sarcastic and rudely dismissive – which says more about the posters than it does about me.

Of course I am not a member of the clique on here and, worst still, I actually own a Vauxhall Omega. ::)

Note to self: Keep well away. 

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 20:12:09 »
Is it not all just common sense? ::)

Global government by an unelected elite is not my idea of common sense. 

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 20:10:23 »
Most of the world’s population will ignore this load of bullshit and just get on in trying to survive famine, drought, energy costs, disease, climate change and war.  No government  in at least the democratic part will continue to get votes if it were, in some form of farce, to push on with those reforms. Even the likes of China will not go along with it as it would take power and money await from their elite.

It is just a joke, but no doubt a few nutters will believe it all! ::) ::) :P
Acceptance is a disease of the middle class.

Really?  History does not support that point of view.  The French Revolution was backed by the middle classes, and the major protests in the U.K., like The Chartist Movement, The Suffragette Movement,  ‘Ban the Bomb’ , Protests Against the Vietnam War,  Stop The War in Iraq, Protests Against Fracking, let alone local protests against all kinds of local issues, are fuelled by the middle, professional classes, as they are the most motivated to protest, have the means to do so, and crucially have the time to do so. ;)

LZ, you seem to forget that this time it's different, largely due to the fact that most are too busy to be critical thinkers and instead take their "news" directly from the MSM, particularly the BBC. Those outlets effectively lie by omission. How much coverage has their been about the farmers; protests in Holland, Germany, Spain and Italy? How much coverage was given to the truckers protest in Canada earlier on this year?

The middle class masses are less politically involved than in the past and continue to believe that the governments of the world have their citizens' best interests at heart.

BTW, did you watch that Neil Oliver video I posted? Just an hour ago, he gave another excellent monologue on GB News. He is a brilliant historian and may I suggest that, as a fellow historian, you afford him a degree of credence? 

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 20:00:27 »
Mr Migalot seems to have left the building. Perhaps he subscribes to the Kier Starmer school of problem solving. I.E. 'I can tell you what I think is wrong with the world, but I have no idea what to do about it'.



He thinks we're going to watch this now..😂😂😂
Give me strength.

Head > Sand

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 18:36:39 »
None of you will watch this, I'm sure. However, people like JP are able to use humour to get a point across. Here's his take on the subject.

If you're open-minded, you'll watch it and, hopefully learn something. If you have a closed mind, you'll skip it and stick to your current view. 

This is how the message gets out. :y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6G3nWyoQ5CQ

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 18:06:07 »
But, after saying all that this WEF is not the scary, divisive, beast you are trying to portray

None so blind etc.. ::)
Ok...what should we do?

Try to make people aware. The more that become knowledgeable about the WEF, the harder it will be for politicians to implement their aims.

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 17:24:30 »
But, after saying all that this WEF is not the scary, divisive, beast you are trying to portray

None so blind etc.. ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 15:08:19 »
Yep...The Overton window moves slowly enough that most people don't notice the change until the new reality kicks them ( men and women ::)) in the balls.

A much-deserved uptick for mention of the Overton Window.  :y :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 15:07:12 »
I'm almost terrified 😂😂😂

You should be.

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 14:47:09 »
Most of the world’s population will ignore this load of bullshit and just get on in trying to survive famine, drought, energy costs, disease, climate change and war.  No government  in at least the democratic part will continue to get votes if it were, in some form of farce, to push on with those reforms. Even the likes of China will not go along with it as it would take power and money await from their elite.

It is just a joke, but no doubt a few nutters will believe it all! ::) ::) :P

30 years ago most people would have said exactly the same about many of the things that are now part of our everyday lives.

Exactly! :y

Still, much easier to dismiss anything that's seems uncomfortable as a "joke", rather than do one's own research. Cognitive dissonance is the elite's friend.

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 14:29:36 »
Take a look at what is going on in the Netherlands.  ::)

Mass protests from farmers because Mark Rutte's government wants to cut down the national cattle herd to decrease nitrogen emissions and the farmers say that this will put many of them out of business.  At a time of global food shortages and the Netherlands is one of the world's major food exporters.  Naturally not much reported by the BBC or any of the other UK MSM outlets.

I read somewhere a while back that Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport plans to scale back operations to cut emissions. If Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted have any sense they'd be planning to take up the slack left by the Dutch, but I wouldn't hold my breath on that.  ::)

Yes, Rutte and Trudeau are WEF pin-up boys.

As Sky News Australia (the opposite of Sky here) rightly points out:

https://www.skynews.com.au/opinion/trudeau-and-rutte-golden-pinup-boys-for-world-economic-forum-rowan-dean/video/d95a2ea2ebb2c6d10682013089a283b8

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 14:22:38 »
It is just a joke, but no doubt a few nutters will believe it all! ::) ::) :P

Neil Oliver (The "Coast Guy") whose opinion many value highly is obviously, in your view, a nutter.  ::) ::) ::)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPdsRf0f1V4

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General Discussion Area / Re: WEF
« on: Today at 11:05:17 »
Naturally, the WEF is behind the 2050 Net Zero policy. The UK government commissioned a report which was released in November 2019 and was authored by ‘UK Fires’, a collaboration between the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Nottingham, Bath and Imperial College London – the home of Professor Neil Ferguson.

The report states that all airports must close between 2020 and 2029 excluding Heathrow, Glasgow and Belfast airports, which can only stay open on the condition that transfers to and from the airport are done via rail.

All remaining airports must then close between 2030 and 2049 as to meet the legal commitment of zero emissions by 2050 every citizen of the United Kingdom must “stop using aeroplanes” for a significant period of time.
In addition, the report states that to obey the law of the Climate Change Act the public will be required to stop doing anything that causes emissions regardless of its energy source. According to the report this will require the public to never eat beef or lamb ever again.To do this national consumption of beef and lamb will drop by 50% between 2020 and 2029. Then between 2030 and 2049 beef and lamb will be “phased out”.

https://ac.news/uk-government-report-states-all-uk-airports-must-close-within-the-next-10-years-beef-and-lamb-is-to-be-banned-and-construction-of-new-buildings-must-cease-in-the-name-of-climate-change/

Communism is coming.

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General Discussion Area / WEF
« on: Today at 10:38:27 »
Just wondering how many on here are aware of the World Economic Forum (behind the annual Davos meeting) – that globalist organisation led by Klaus Schwab that claims that by 2030, "You’ll own nothing” — And “you’ll be happy about it.” The Great Reset.

It wants to cut meat from our diets and promotes eating of bugs to "save the climate". It believes that private car ownership should be banned. Worst of all, Yuval Harari, an advisor to Schwab this week stated we simply “don’t need the vast majority of the population,” and called for human beings to be replaced by machines whenever possible, saying that beyond producing data, people are just no longer “useful” to the global elite and their agenda. https://americanfaith.com/wef-advisor-says-global-elite-dont-need-the-vast-majority-of-the-population-to-live/

Now you may think this is all tin-foil hat stuff, but Schawb has boasted about infiltrating many western governments. So who are members of the WEF? Well, a long list includes Truss, Johnson, Sunak, Trudeau, Zelensky, Ardern (NZ), Rutte (NL) and even the Finnish PM.

Among those who have publicly denounced globalism are Trump and Putin. Both of whom are targets for the elite.

None of this, of course, is reported on the BBC, ITV, SKY etc. Most folk will be happy watching Strictly and ignore what's going on in the shadows. ::) ::)   
 

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General Discussion Area / Re: Migalot banned ?
« on: 20 July 2022, 19:03:59 »
Please dont do that ffs !  ;D
Glad its all sorted now Migalot.  :y

Thanks once again for your help!  :y

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