By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
1st November, 2022
3 weeks late, but as I struggle to keep up with things, who can blame me? Lots of people no doubt.
Anyway, my usual take of events in the news. Might be helpful to you. Keeps me busy in any event.
My selected headlines from The Daily Telegraph in which I ‘ape light-heartedly’.
Which is an anagram of The Daily Telegraph. Who would have thought it?
Nurse used insulin to kill babies, trial told
That’s different, makes a change from vaccines. I wonder what the headline would be if Telegraph journalists wake up to the fact that doctors and nurses administering or recommending vaccines are harming and killing people? How about
Doctors and nurses used vaccines to kill babies, the elderly and everyone in between.
I’m not sure that’s snappy enough. What about
Doctors and nurses playing Russian roulette with our bodies
Better I think. And this
Medical Nazis murder XXXXX, 100, 000 people in the world
The Guardian reminds us of a Telegraph article 80 years ago.
It says “The British public averted its gaze”. Today they are being distracted by the Ukraine etc., but where are the Daily Telegraph journalists ready to stand up against the evil genocide of today?
Russians turning on Putin over war, says GCHQ chief.
Allegedly. I dare say some are though. But I wouldn’t trust GCHQ to tell the truth. The whole things a charade as I have said before, a circus to distract the brain dead from the other evils in the world.
I really doubt that Russian forces are in a “desperate situation”. But it sounds good.
And one should remember that 80 years ago the Soviets were fighting like mad to retain control of Stalingrad so that Hitler could not claim to have defeated Stalin.
Or ‘Putin’ it another way, the Russians were ‘Stalin’ for time, until winter came and they could launch a counter attack.
I keep telling you we follow a timeline matching that of 80 years ago so the media have to make things look about right.
And we are under a week from the 5th November when the Germans reached the furthest point they would get to in the Caucasus 80 years ago.
5: German III Panzer Corps and Romanian 2nd Mountain Division capture the town of Alagir, which is the furthest south the Axis would reach on the Eastern Front.
Footnote article for more information.
‘Putin’s plan has hit the brave reality of Ukrainian defence’
This is a continuation of the front page leader.
Anyway, yeah, right, tell me another.
‘Neo-Nazis put up brave defence against the nasty Russians.’ More accurate I think.
Or perhaps the Russians are not so nasty after all. As the Nazis came out of Germany and the Ukraine was rather Nazi in WW2 and was Nazi (sic) to its citizens back then including the Jews, one might be forgiven for thinking that perhaps not much has changed.
Here’s a website that indicates this, an alternative to the Zelenskyy good, Putin bad spin by western media which a majority seem to have soaked up without critical thinking or research.
Rayner’s partner blocked from running as Labour M.P.
This is Angela Rayner’s boyfriend who is called Sam Tarry. Whether he is tarry in that he is late to things or he is tarry as in covered in tar is debatable.
As he was brought up in the east London area one might have thought that he might have been suitable to remain as Labour’s candidate for Ilford South (he is currently M.P. for this area) in the next general election.
However, he has been deselected by members of the constituency Labour party for supporting a rail strike picket.
The Guardian ran an article saying
Tarry, who is in a relationship with Labour’s deputy leader, Angela Rayner, has alleged serious concerns about the conduct of the campaign against him to Labour HQ, claiming that he had discovered “ghost members” who had left the constituency or died.
Perhaps someone is taking a leaf out of the USA Democrats copy book.
Smugglers offer cut-price Channel crossings
‘Roll up, roll up, buy one get one free!’. Wonderful news. For only £3,000 you can cross the channel illegally. Children can go for £2,000.
I don’t think life belts are included. Added excitement and on-board entertainment is achieved buy having the boat leak so that everybody has to bail out the water. This also helps them keep warm and avoid hypothermia.
Entering the country illegally also means that all being well you won’t be pestered by GP letters saying ‘You haven’t got the vaccine, why not give it a go, it’s free? Or words to that effect.
I am not sure which is more risky or indeed cheaper, crossing the channel in this manner or having the shot. Possibly the former, but I haven’t seen the stats so this is pure guesswork.
Vodafone worker wins sex discrimination case
A homosexual young woman has won compensation form Vodafone after her male manager asked her ‘How do lesbians have sex?’
I don’t know why he didn’t Google it if he was really that interested. Would have saved a lot of bother.
Anyway, apparently the lady was ‘humiliated’ by remarks from her manager who apparently said she ‘looked like a normal lassie to me’.
I would have thought that was a complement to look normal. Plenty of people look weird. I have a facial palsy and a lockdown pony tail and I think I look weird.
Still, my wife seems to cope.
On the other hand, some people look normal on the surface but are weird underneath. Such as those taking the vaccines and wearing masks in odd situations. It takes all sorts I suppose.
Oliver: I’m a better chef if I think like a woman.
He is quoted as saying this is “Easier said than done”. Indeed. I don’t know how my wife thinks when it comes to cooking, but her mother didn’t like cooking. Nevertheless I understand achieved good results nevertheless.
My wife can struggle as a consequence. I have a more relaxed approach, an instinctive style if you like. My mother and grandmother were both good cooks so I guess I had a good start.
And my great grandmother wrote a children’s cook book.
Of course I may be in touch with my feminine side as they say. I have X and Y chromosomes (at least I must assume so as a man, albeit I have not been formally genetically tested) so have male and feminine traits. These are part of the male psyche.
When these are out of balance, men can go peculiar.
Man confessed to killing in 1980, court hears
He confessed recently, not in 1980 by the way. The murder was 42 years ago.
The murdered was A Bird. That is not a bird but a man called Anthony Bird. A bird is slang for a female, but this was definitely a man.
This man was 42 years old at the time of his death. Two sets of 42. Are we being teased again with this number, the ultimate answer to the ultimate question?
Protestor closes major road to port of Dover.
Police took nearly 8 hours to remove a protestor from the A2 Jubilee Way in both directions. He was complaining of torture by Kent Police according to the banner he held. ‘Withheld my legal rights’ was part of this banner. The man had tied himself to bridge railings.
What the police were doing in the time I don’t know. Writing out risk assessment reports perhaps. It is nice to know that Kent Police care about the individual and don’t rush into things.
Sometimes. But they didn’t bother to think about the Covid 19 measures or GUIDANCE.
Kent Police has obviously not woken up to the fact that vaccines are harming and killing people. Are they not going to protect people from the crimes that are being committed against them?
The Police are hypocrites and fools. They will be judged severely for their wilful ignorance.
Man arrested over triple stabbing in London
At first I hoped it was Man arrested over triple jabbing in London, but sadly not. One day there will be more than one man arrested. There will be quite a few women too. Vaccine jabs of course, three jabs already, a fourth in the pipeline and 7 probably in total if all goes to the medical Nazis plan.
This is a photo of the artist (I use the term loosely) Damien Hirst of pickled half a cow fame. He is going to burn thousands of his artworks I gather. I trust he has done this. I would hope he would burn the lot but I suppose burning some of his work will improve the price of the remaining ones on a rarity basis.
I have never taken an interest but much of his artwork reminds me of a kaleidoscope and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds which was a reference to LSD, the drug which causes hallucinations.
His artwork has made him very rich and given him lots of LSD. That is pounds, schillings and pence in old money.
His mother was Irish and Jewish I gather. That probably explains things.
Anagrams of his name, Damien Steven Hirst, include
admen reinvest shit
Vienna shits termed
Vienna shit deems RT
Atheist dens vermin
That probably explains things too.
He did a piece with a human skull covered in diamonds.
Reminds me of Lucifer, now Satan who was covered in jewels. Beauty on the outside but dead underneath.
Automation and robots tipped to end growing pains
No need to build robots as I suspect vaccines are turning people into mindless zombies. The powers that be can send control signals via the air waves ‘ Work for low wages, feed the plants’ etc. etc.
Sturgeon doubles down on plan for referendum reprise next year
She won’t give up will she? Buggers up Scotland, but hey, let’s have a referendum to distract from the chaos she causes. All being well the Supreme Court will see sense and turf her out.
And perhaps, just perhaps, the Scottish people might too come Election Day.
Archbishop unease over British embassy switch to Jerusalem
But not about moral decay, vaccine harms, etc. Welby the wally (I am being polite).
Promise to build 300,000 homes ‘dead in the water’
Probably because many people will be dead from the vaccines and we won’t need all those homes. We don’t want them anyway, we need the good earth (unpoisoned of course) to grow food.
It may be that of course global warming will cause sea levels to rise as they have been telling us for decades and the houses will all be flooded.
It’s alright, only kidding, I know it’s a scam. Like the vaccines.
‘Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales leaves Portsmouth …’
I despair. The picture is of the ship under the Forth rail bridge in Scotland near Rosyth. Which idiot in The Daily Telegraph wrote this?
Calling old people ‘elderly’ is ageist.
Okay, how about calling them silly old farts instead? And while we are at it call young people ignorant twats. Then we can have a good ding battle to rival the Ukraine situation whilst the elites look on rubbing their hands as they rake in the moolah (slang for money if you don’t know).
Alternatively stick with young and elderly. Simpler I think.
Tfl is all aboard for gender-neutral lingo in new guide
Transport for London’s latest lunacy. A possible reason is in the name. An anagram is ‘Trans frond poltroon’. A poltroon is a coward or contemptible person.
There are at least 10,000 phrases that can be made including ‘Trans’. Whether they make good sense I don’t know as I haven’t checked.
But Tfl’s new guide makes no sense. I see this.
Online reviews of scented candles give first whiff of a Covid spike
Wonderful, now my wife and I can tell if we are getting the ‘flu. Of course this I probably a ploy to encourage people to buy these things for Christmas. As if some of us haven’t got enough already.
My wife, retired teacher, used to get them from grateful pupils/parents.
As regards the Covid spike this is to get people ready for the illness striking the UK this autumn/winter.
Which may be the normal ‘flu.
Or the abnormal ‘flu caused by vaccines.
Gaming can lead to at-risk children having heart attacks
That’s it, blame computer games for myocarditis caused by vaccines.
Still, sitting in a chair all day looking at a screen is not a good thing.
But neither are the vaccines.
Ban on petrol and diesel cars ‘to cost £15k per household’
I am not a great fan of driving because of the pollution and I prefer to cycle or walk, but banning petrol and diesel cars will be barmy. Make the engines much cleaner and fuel efficient, we have not significantly improved fuel consumption for years.
But many people overuse their cars and we have far too many.
And at least we don’t put lead in the petrol any more, although I am not sure what else they put in that may be toxic.
Perhaps we should go back to horses like the traditional Amish in the USA. They have done well against Covid 19/the ‘flu because they live a healthy life and I believe avoid vaccines on the whole.
And you can put horse shit on the rhubarb for example. When it’s in the vegetable plot of course, not when it’s cooked.
Fire and fury of revenge rocket attacks mask weakness of a man unwilling to co-operate.
This is by Mark Almond an author and once a lecturer at Oxford University.
I assumed he might be writing about Joe Biden. Apparently not. Mark seems to think Putin is the main problem. Has Mark not observed Biden’ mental deterioration?
He calls Joe ‘Sleepy Joe’ in the article above so he must do.
He ends the article with this.
But perhaps president Emmanuel Macron could take this opportunity to turn a long-held French dream of leading a European army into reality.
Neither Americans nor the British are going to abandon their commitment to European security but it would make sense for France, the only EU nation with nuclear weapons, to act as the leader for European Nato.
This is very interesting, end times stuff. I wonder if Mark Almond is being put to say this, controlled opposition as some might say.
Personally, I think he’s a bit of a nut; it’s in his name of course. Such is the problem with many Oxford University types, ivory towers and all that.
Nevertheless, according to his Wikipedia entry he criticises the activities of George Soros so not that blind.
He can be considered a ‘don’ as a professor. An anagram of his name includes ‘arm lad monk’. He is around 64 years old so might be considered aged.
Arm, aged and don make ‘Armageddon’. This off course links to Revelation in the Bible. I have understood this for a while when at last I had ‘ears to hear’ in 2020.
‘Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war!’ said by another Marc.
And the aged dons to stoke up the rhetoric.
More Mark’s and Marc’s of the Beast then.
Further articles if anyone is interested.
STOP PRESS: Truss ousted, Rishi Sunak new P.M.!
Oh dear. I thought I had dealt that ‘Hi risk anus’ (anagram of his name) a fatal blow. Apparently not.
Of course this is relatively old news now. Still, I had better get my thinking cap on before he does even more damage. Lets’ see now…