Daily Archives: August 20, 2019

‘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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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

I don’t see any majority in the @Europarl_EN to remove the backstop from the Withdrawal Agreement. It is a vital insurance policy, negotiated in good faith & supported by the people of the Island of Ireland. The time for bluster … Continue reading

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S4S: Another Huge Explosion in Linkopring / Boris Johnson Meeting with Merkel & Macron

Sanity 4 Sweden 20 August 2019 Robert Schofield What a brilliant idea I hope it gets taken up in the uk that any immigrant that is found guilty of a crime should be deported but with the added incentive that … Continue reading

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AAG: Katherine Keating is the woman pictured leaving the Manhattan townhouse [of Jeffrey Epstein] & being waved at by Prince Andrew nine years ago.

“Katherine is the daughter of former Australian prime minister Paul Keating.” “She works for a showbusiness talent agency [‘Maverick’] that represents … U2” “At the time the photographs were taken, Epstein was already a convicted child sex offender, which would … Continue reading

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The approaching financial Gotterdammerung

16 August 2019 John Ward I still want Brexit; I don’t think we’re going to get it, but I still want it. In the greater scheme of things, however, it has been a disastrous distraction – and a wound that … Continue reading

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Vicky de Lambray (1950 – 1986) a person of interest to Scotland Yard and MI6.

David Christian Lloyd-Gibbon grew up in Herefordshire and was educated at a minor public school. He ran away to London as a teenager, and instantly tricked at Victoria Station. He won a talent contest as a female impersonator at the … Continue reading

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Australia becoming ‘police state’ amid efforts to silence whistleblowers

By A Current Affair Staff 7:52pm Aug 13, 2019 Australians have been warned the country is becoming a “police state” amid efforts to silence whistleblowers who act in the public interest. Federal MP Andrew Wilkie was once a whistleblower. As … Continue reading

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Dilara Esengil: ”This post has much deeper meanings than most.”

1. This particular Q post is of utmost interest to me. IMO, this post has much deeper meanings than most. I believe this has to do with: ⏰ #TimeTravel🎶 #Frequencies🕳 #DimensionalShift Why?Read on. This is just my personal observations. Continued… … Continue reading

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Thrifty Mum feeds a family of 10 for £150 a week with ‘fakeaways’

Caroline lives with her husband John and children Ellena, 21, Joshua, 18, Daniel, 15, Finlay, 11, Henry, 10, Sophia, eight, Florence, six, and Emilia, two, in Evesham, Worcestershire. https://metro.co.uk/video/mum-8-fakes-takeaways-feed-family-1988928/?ito=vjs-link Mum feeds a family of 10 for £150 a week with … Continue reading

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