#Irexit cannot come quickly enough

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Council tax shock: MPs demand tax band shake-up to plug £5bn black hole


As if the average domestic Council Tax bill was not high enough!

More blinking taxes. I already pay UKPDS 80.00 a week!

GW: I would quite like to know more about those 151 Accounts that Councils hold in order to help them with their fraudulent behaviour & that allow them to offshore funds in order to protect Council bigbug pensions etc.

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Lyn Thyer who cured cancer incarcerated in France for no crime, with no charge.

Wed 21 Aug 2019 1
posted by Tapestry

STOP PRESS : Lyn Thyer, the Bio-Chemist who developed the process for producing the GcMAF Cancer CURE is currently incarcerated in Fleury Merogis Prison, 20km south of Paris.
Her address is:
Lynda Thyer
Fleury Merogis Prison
7 Avenue des Peupliers,
91700 Fleury-Mérogis,

Lyn Thyer who cured cancer incarcerated in France for no crime, with no charge.

Belyi says:
I’ve just mailed a polite letter to the British Ambassador in Paris asking what measures he is taking to help free someone who has not been convicted of any crime anywhere and isn’t even a French citizen.

I also want to know if she can receive stamps, writing paper and envelopes. I sent her a card when she was in jail in the UK just offering my support and to my amazement she wrote a beautiful letter back to me.

I want to continue to correspond with her if I can but she will need the means to contact her supporters too and I encourage everyone to contact the authorities to show that she won’t be forgotten.


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Gemma O’Doherty & ACI now back up WITHOUT the help of JubeTube


Talking about the links between Mountbatten, paedophilia & the Mary Boyle case.

BOOK: ”The Mountbattens: Their Lives & Loves” Hardcover – 22 Aug 2019
by Andrew Lownie (Author)

4 November 2016: Veteran Donegal politician Sean McEniff ‘in induced coma’ after holiday accident

13 July 2016: Sex Offender Robert Black main suspect as cold case cops probe mystery of missing Donegal girl Mary Boyle

1 October 2015: Ann Doherty claims the person responsible for her sister’s murder was known to her.

21 August 2019: Second garda denies Mary Boyle cover-up

Mountbatten Summer Home: Classiebawn Castle County Sligo ; Mullaghmore NW ROI.

Mary Boyle (born 14 June 1970) was a six-year-old Irish girl who disappeared on the County Donegal/County Fermanagh border on 18 March 1977 (& Dead close to Sligo Bingo)

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Sajid Javid’s brother killed himself because he felt he would not ‘last long’ due to stomach problems, inquest told

23 October 2018


GW: Sajid Javid is a former head of credit trading at Deutsche Bank and probably quite friendly with the Rothschilds.  (((They))) are all making a killing betting against the UK & Sajid Javid’s hedge fund backer is no exception. (See Private Eye for further details.) Max Johnson, brother of Boris Johnson, is an ex-banker who says investors should *make use of the sterling’s weakness* to snap up assets in the UK. Disaster capitalism in action. boris-johnsons-brother-hong-kong-backs-his-brexit-strategy … etc etc etc  Thanks to AAG for the info.

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Trump’s ‘Thatcher Effect’: Obstacle to White Nationalism?



Gordo says:
August 10, 2019
Good article, yes Thatcher was a globalist masquerading as a nationalist and stole the support of the National Front, who were also being undermined by the organs of the state.

You put a very good case that Trump is the same.

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‘I’m quickly realising that I am at the mercy of a lithium battery’: What it’s really like to drive 300 miles in an electric car

Nine hours into a journey that is supposed to take less than six, safe in the knowledge that there are at least two more to go, we pull into our fourth service station of the day. Another minute longer and we’d be stuck on the hard-shoulder, calling the AA. My partner calls her parents and explains the latest delay. I’m quickly realising that I am at the mercy of a lithium battery.

I’ve been interested in buying an electric car for some time now. Climate change is a hot button topic and the government is falling far short of their targets to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, so surely I can do my bit?

I’d driven a couple of models of electric vehicle (EV) over short distances before, but never taken one on a long journey. The timing was perfect: with a summer staycation in the depths of Cornwall planned, my partner and I decided to reject the hefty train fare and make the journey down from London in an EV.

The car we’d be driving was the Volkswagen e-Golf. Aesthetically identical to a regular Golf, the car doesn’t shout about how different it is from its petrol and diesel counterparts with wacky designs like the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model X do. A small blue ‘e’ on the front and back are all that differentiates it.

Not everyone wants to show the world how progressive they are, in fact some of that brashness has probably been a barrier for a lot of people in committing to an EV. They don’t want to stand out, rather quietly blend in and go about their business.

After a conversation with a few electric car owners, I soon realised the first hurdle to overcome is the battery range available. Our journey was around 300 miles. The e-Golf has an advertised range of 180 miles, so I’d only need to make one stop on the journey.“No problem”, I thought, naively.

There are a number of apps you need to download as an EV owner, as most charging points require mobile payment. I downloaded Ecotricity’s ‘Electric Highway’, ChargePoint, ZapMap, PodPoint, Polar, Source London and Charge Your Car. Each required individual account set up, card details, other personal information and EV information. Some require a monthly subscription payment plan… No thanks.

ZapMap brings all the charging station manufacturers into one place and allows you to plan your route, recommending when and where to stop.The app itself is pretty poor. It crashes a lot and is very slow. So I decided to do it manually, committing to one manufacturer, in this case Ecotricity due to their strong network of motorway spots, and plan it out myself using the locations of their charging points.

“Most of the charging stations don’t work” a friend warns me a week before our trip. She now experiences “battery anxiety” whenever she takes her Nissan Leaf on a long journey. Other people tell me the same thing.

For the journey down, the intention was to stop twice – at Bristol and Exeter. That quickly went out the window because we started without a full battery: rookie mistake.

Ecotricity’s charging station at our first stop, Heston services, was patchy. I set up the charge via the app, the electricity began to flow and I assumed we were in business. But the unit cut out after around 10 minutes before refusing to restart again. I was only alerted to this by email so, if I wasn’t a phone-obsessed-millennial it’s very unlikely I’d have been aware of the fault until I’d wasted half an hour in Costa. I plugged the car into the neighbouring station. Bizarrely, there was no interaction with the app for that one, so I have no idea whether I paid or not.

My friend now experiences “battery anxiety” whenever she takes her car on a long journey  Ecotricity’s power stations will only charge for 45 minutes, which won’t always get you to full. To add to that, while their network of charging points on motorways appears to be the best, most of them offer just one type of each connector. So if several people are driving the same car – you can expect quite some queue.


Charging an electric car on the road

We were travelling on one of the busiest Fridays of the summer, on a route that took us through the hellish M5 and M4 interchange just north of Bristol. Traffic is frustrating in an EV. At the very point you’re finally out of the worst of it and gearing up to put your foot down, you will probably need to pull into a service station and spend the next hour charging.


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Marc Dutroux: Monster of Belgium

Stripey Rambles
17 November 2014

Marc Dutroux (born 6 November 1956 in Brussels) is one of the sickest human beings ever born. He is a Belgian criminal, convicted of having, in 1995 and 1996, kidnapped, tortured and sexually abused six girls, ranging in age from 8 to 19, four of whom died as a result. He was also convicted of having killed a suspected former accomplice, Bernard Weinstein. He was arrested in 1996 and has been in prison since then. His widely publicized trial took place in 2004. A number of shortcomings in the Dutroux investigation caused widespread discontent in Belgium with the country’s criminal justice system, and the ensuing scandal was one of the reasons for the reorganization of Belgium’s law enforcement agencies. The Belgium government’s failure to capture him nearly caused a revolution. Did the government prevent his capture? Was there a cover up? Watch and decide for yourself.

GW: Epstein, Weinsteins – Bernard & Harvey.  Hmmm there’s something familiar about the names.  Hmmm.

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”Goodbye Verhofstadt” – EU chief mocked for panicked No Deal Brexit message


The Duran: ”Remainer” Coup in UK Hits a Snag as Corbyn Refuses to Step Aside

The Duran
16 August 2019

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