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The Blue Pill.
There are industries that shutdown at certain times of the year for genuine reasons that involve maintenance and
upgrading to improve production.

If the price-markets where a company using certain materials are unfavourable or countrywide holiday periods demand
a drop in production, then these periods might be an ideal time to close down operations.

But to keep the pressure on the remain narrative of the Brexit debacle and appease the UK bourgeoisie Government
that the UK cannot leave the European Union, the faithful BBC use a regular business act dealing with a situation that
assists it's production, and connects it with a political wrangle in an erroneous way.

Car production has gone down due to several reasons, delays in leaving the EU isn't one of them and the BBC knows it.
Anyway, it's better than their front-web-page article on a cat getting stuck on a bridge, I suppose.


Quote:Brexit shutdown slashes UK car production by 45%.

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'Factory shutdowns designed to cope with disruption from a 29 March Brexit, slashed UK car production in April by almost a half.
Even though Brexit is delayed the factories still closed and production fell 44.5% according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers
and Traders (SMMT).

In what it called "an extraordinary month", the SMMT said only 70,971 cars rolled off production lines.
That was 56,999 fewer than in April a year ago.
Production for both home and overseas markets fell by 43.7% and 44.7% respectively.

The SMMT said car firms had brought forward their annual stoppages normally scheduled for the summer holidays.

It said the shutting of factories was part of a raft of costly measures, including stockpiling, training for new customs procedures and
rerouting of logistics. It said the factories would not be able to repeat the process for the new 31 October Brexit deadline set by the
European Union.

Mike Hawes, SMMT chief executive, said: "Today's figures are evidence of the vast cost and upheaval Brexit uncertainty has already
wrought on UK automotive manufacturing businesses and workers. "Prolonged instability has done untold damage, with the fear of
'no deal' holding back progress, causing investment to stall, jobs to be lost and undermining our global reputation."

Global slowdown
The stoppages in the factories have exacerbated a continuing slow down in the global car industry caused by the trade tensions between
the US and China, uncertainties over the arrival of electric and self driving cars, and tougher environmental controls after the VW emissions
scandal.

April was the 11th consecutive month of output falls in the UK.
In the year to date, 127,240 fewer cars have been built compared with the same period in 2018 - a decline of more than a fifth.

The SMMT estimated production for the whole of 2019 would be about 10% down on last year. It said the market might pick up by the end
of the year if there was a favourable deal between the UK and the EU and a substantial transition period to adapt to trading outside the
single market.
But it said a no-deal Brexit would make the declines worse with the threat of border delays, production stoppages and additional costs.

Mr Hawes said: "This is why 'no deal' must be taken off the table immediately and permanently, so industry can get back to the business
of delivering for the economy and keeping the UK at the forefront of the global technology race."...'
BBC:


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It seems the mainstream media are nearing the bottom of their magic bag of subterfuge, as now the idea of a
'non-story' has taken on its literal meaning and become a story about nothing.

Sky News reports:

Quote:Pope Francis approves changes to words of Lord's Prayer..

'Pope Francis has approved changes to the Lord's Prayer after saying some of the words implied God pushes people
toward sin...'

As you will see, this article is the equivalent of stating that Ford Motor Company are changing the colour of all their cars to
black only... except for the ones that they paint with different colours. The lazy piece also comes with the assurance that this
'au courant' announcement is a year old.

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'...The pontiff revealed in 2017 that he wanted to amend the line "lead us not into temptation" after saying it was based
on a flawed translation. He has now approved changing the words to "do not let us fall into temptation" in Italian, with an
announcement made at the general assembly of the Episcopal Conference of Italy last month, according to reports...'

Stated a year ago, 'approved' a month ago and reported now -and with the caveat that it's second-hand information.
Now here's grist to show how only a tiny fragment of relevance is needed these days, to take an acorn and sell it as an
oak.

By the way, Sky isn't a newspaper and yet, this piece suggests it is. Maybe during the cutting and pasting, the editing
may have had to settle for the bronze.

Quote:'However, it appears a new English language version will not be adopted by the Catholic Church in Britain any time soon.

A spokesman for the Catholic Church in Scotland told Sky News it had "no plans to change the wording of the Our Father".
"The translation of the prayers of the Mass into different languages is a matter for the language groups concerned," he said.
"The Vatican does not centrally translate all the church's prayers into all the languages of the world.

The spokeswoman told the newspaper that "each language will be studied to see the specific meaning", adding: "I am sure
there will be some consultation with the English-speaking nations."

The Pope told Italy's TV2000 channel in 2017 that the line "lead us not into temptation" in the Lord's Prayer was "not a good
translation because it speaks of a God who induces temptation".
"It's not him pushing me into temptation to then see how I have fallen," the Pope said.
"A father doesn't do that, a father helps you to get up immediately. It's Satan who leads us into temptation, that's his department."

The new version of the Lord's Prayer will appear in a revised third edition of the Italian Missal - a book which includes guiding
texts for the celebration of Mass in the Catholic Church, according to reports. Anglicans and Protestants have separate texts
and are not affected...'
SKY News:

So particular literature used in some Italian Catholic Church's are being altered, which would make a fair explanatory headline,
but leave the web-page empty.
And we can't have that, can we?. The reader may think that some outlets are 'gatekeeping' news!
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The Sun newspaper doesn't like to be outdone and in an ideal article, the scientist mentioned in the article below would be
female, sporting a push-up bra and having lips that would out-shine any fish caught in the famous expanse of water.
But, we'll have to make-do wtih using the word 'poo' and push the narrative in the headline again.


Quote:LOCH MESS MONSTER DNA tests on poo, scales and skin found in Loch Ness suggest Nessie is REAL, say scientists.

'THE Loch Ness Monster may exist, following scientists’ analysis of skin, scales, feathers, fur and poo found in the water.
Experts did DNA tests on the samples to probe theories including claims Nessie is a long-necked plesiosaur that survived
the mass dinosaur extinction, a sturgeon or giant catfish...'

Along with the same header, this paragraph confirms that theories of a large unknown creature may be correct,
but the cracks of that headline appear with the option of using the fish suggestion.

Quote:'Prof Neil Gemmell, of the University of Otago in New Zealand, said: “We’ve tested each of the main monster hypotheses.
“Three we can probably say aren’t right. One might be.”
Prof Gemmell said he hoped to announce the full findings of the study in Scotland next month - but would not confirm which
hypothesis might be right.

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"Is there anything deeply mysterious? Hmm. It depends what you believe. Is there anything startling? There are a few things
that are a bit surprising...'

Ooooh nearly! 'Prof' Gemmell is being reserved in his findings, unless some boring scientific information had been left out
to maintain the narrative?

Quote:'Announcing the study last year, Professor Gemmell said: "Scotland is dear to my heart because my mother and her family
are Scottish. "I'm delighted to be here to undertake our environmental DNA investigation of Loch Ness.
"We're delighted with the amount of interest the project has generated in the science and, monster or not, we are going to
understand Loch Ness, and the life in it, in a new way."....'
The Sun:

There are interesting anomalies of Loch Ness that could've been used as filler for this piece and here's a little taste.

My only surprise is that The Sun didn't toss in a photo of a bikini-clad ginger-haired beauty paddling in the shallows
of -what they'd swear were the peaty waters of the Great Glen... when in reality, the titillation was photographed in
the waters off Brighton.

Anyway, Professor Gemmell got to visit his family.
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The resistance to learn to code is strong in these ones.


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I think as the MSM are going through their death-throes, it's only appropriate to point out the occasional obvious set-ups
in order to pad out their time-slots or newspapers. We really have no idea the degree of falsehood that has taken place in
the past with these fillers, but with them comes the lowering of standards.


Quote:GRANDMASTER FLUSH
Chess grandmaster accused of cheating after being caught looking at mobile in loo during match.

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'A CHESS grandmaster has been accused of cheating  while in the loo.
A photo emerged of Igor Rausis, 58, with a mobile phone -thought to have been hidden in a cubicle -during a tournament.

He was believed to be studying a chess app to suggest his next move while playing in Strasbourg, France.
The snap surfaced online and police are now investigating.

Rausis, who had represented Latvia, Bangladesh and Czech Republic, soared from an average grand master to a “super”
grand master in just six years.

Mobiles are banned at tournaments. In a statement, Rausis admitted secretly using one and said he was quitting the game.
He added: “I simply lost my mind yesterday." Grandmaster and ex-England player Danny Gormally said: “It’s amazing Rausis
wasn’t stopped earlier. Seems naive that people think someone can improve that much in their fifties.”...'
The Sun:

Whether the article is true or not, it's hardly journalism unless one asks the burning question brought up in The Sun's comment
section.


Comments:
Quote:Er, why is there a camera in the loo?
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Beat me to it
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Exactly my thoughts.
Nobody likes a cheat but a cctv camera in a toilet begs the question what pervert operate and viewed it
and on whose authority if it was sanctioned by the establishment?

Kinky lot these chess players.
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Yes, why is there a camera in that toilet? 
Doing what a real Journalist would do, I checked-in with the website 'Chess.com' and after finding some
controversy regarding Mr. Rausis' withdrawal from the tournament...


Quote:"FIDE's [World Chess Federation] Fair Play Commission Secretary Yuri Garrett told Chess.com that Rausis
voluntarily withdrew from the tournament. That contradicts a Facebook post written in Russian by FIDE Director
General Emil Sutovsky, who said Rausis was "suspended" from the tournament."

...I went to the comment-section again to see what they had to say about the incident. Two, only two people
were bothered by the camera being in the toilet. The rest of the comments argued about decency and honesty
in the game. It shows how warm the intrusive waters of control that the boiling frogs have accepted!


Quote:Quaitemes [replied]:

Quote:dfgh123 wrote:
Imagine if he was just taking a dump, bit weird that people are willing to take phots of people in toilets.

Yeah Just innocently taking a dump.,, with his pants still on sitting on the toilet with the lid down and staring
at his phone.  I know thats how I take a dump...

Europe... yer' gotta love it!

But Tim Pool says it better in regards of journalism.




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Cameras in public toilets?   tinywhat And no one cared?   tinywhat tinywhat 

SMH!  

Just how far are people willing to go before they say ENOUGH OF BIG BROTHER watching me? Serious question!   tinybighuh
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@Mystic Wanderer 
They don't care because the Sheeple are now Programmed to Not Care Unless,,,, it pertains to President Trump or his Family and then it is Rants Of Hate coming from them.
Where is the Out Cry and Rage from the #MeToo or Feminist or Code Pink about J. Epstein?  smallimpatient
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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(07-13-2019, 08:47 PM)guohua Wrote: @Mystic Wanderer 
They don't care because the Sheeple are now Programmed to Not Care Unless,,,, it pertains to President Trump or his Family and then it is Rants Of Hate coming from them.
Where is the Out Cry and Rage from the #MeToo or Feminist or Code Pink about J. Epstein?  smallimpatient

And that's the continuing narrative -even in the nerdy chess website! There's no mention in any article about
the intrusiveness of the camera in the toilet, just the so-called cheating.

The constant programming by the media at its best!
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Here's another one of those stupid articles that is seen from a whacky angle, twisted slightly and then offered in the goal of
convincing the public that they can't even tie their shoe-laces without Government assistance. The BBC are really scraping
the barrel to report their biased news and omit information that harms the snowflakes.


Quote:New drivers could be banned from driving at night, ministers say.

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'New drivers could be banned from travelling at night as part of plans to improve road safety in England.
Ministers are considering a graduated licence system to restrict novice drivers, the Department for Transport (DfT) has
announced. The move comes as figures suggest one in five drivers are involved in a crash within a year of passing their
test...'

At night, you forgot to support your headline by relating that one driver in every four crash at night. Unless of course, the
headline was click-bait and the four young driver who don't crash at night are being punished for something the unnamed
Ministers haven't said yet?

Quote:'...But the AA warned "excessive" safety measures could become an "unnecessary burden" for motorists.
As well as not driving at night, the DfT said the system could feature restrictions such as a minimum learning period and not
driving with passengers under a certain age...'

Ah yes, that would make sense. A burdened police force -so the British MSM keep telling us, will have to wait at the side of
motorways and assess every vehicle that passed on whether the young-faced driver was valid to carry the children in his/her
car. Maybe facial recognition technology could help...? Nah, this narrative can't be on about that.

Quote:'...The DfT did not say how long the measures would be in place after someone had passed their driving test.
Road safety minister Michael Ellis said getting a driving licence could be both "exciting" and "daunting" for young people.
He said graduated driver licensing could "help new drivers to stay safe and reduce the number of people killed or injured on
our roads"...'

Is this really about some rally-rive-assed louts making a noise with their baffle-less car outside a Journalist's London house?!

Quote:'...The DfT is giving serious consideration to how the system could work as part of its Road Safety Action Plan, which will be
published on Friday...'

Then we'll see on Friday if young drivers won't be able to work the night-shift due to these restrictions. I suppose we can say
goodbye to the TV advertisements where a young pregnant lesbian and her partner speed off to the hospital in the middle of
the night. Unless... this about young men, young heterosexual men.

Quote:'...Graduated licensing schemes already operate in several parts of the world, including New York and California in the US,
Ontario and British Columbia in Canada, New South Wales and Victoria in Australia, and across Sweden...'

Young Americans and Aussies can't drive at night?

Quote:'...They have previously been rejected in Britain over concerns they would restrict young people from accessing education and
employment. Under current rules in England, new drivers will have their licences revoked if they accumulate six penalty points
within the first two years of passing the test.
But there are no restrictions on when people can drive or the age of their passengers...'

Until Friday, BBC, your headline indicates that, remember? Or was that your climb-down, the milding off of an article constructed
to generate outrage from the scruffy people and smug smiles from the Harrod-shoppers?

Quote:'...Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for road safety charity Brake, said those particularly at risk were "overconfident"
newly-qualified young male drivers. Mr Harris said a more "robust" licensing process could help to keep these drivers safe.

While the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), also welcomed the trial, the AA warned any such scheme should
be "properly researched and piloted" to avoid creating an "unnecessary burden"...'

For f*ck-sake, this is on Thursday's BBC website! The Department Of Transport have announced it and the ever-wise Ministers have
only got a day to research it! Unless this is another non-time-sensitive article with few realities and lots of conjecture, written last month
and stored on a BBC Editor's news-desk for when most of the staff fly-off for a long-weekend break in France.

Oh and yes, it's male drivers who they're after. The ones who get their razors for free from the Government.
tinywondering


Quote:'...AA president Edmund King added: "For many people, excessive post-test restrictions could negate the purpose of them having a
driving licence in the first place -such as driving to work on early or late shifts when public transport is not convenient."...'
BBC:

London... the BBC are on about London again.


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