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(02-15-2021, 10:44 AM)Wallfire Wrote: The UK has become a very strange place

It's Leftist-mania, an idea to justify the job of a Diversity Officer that is holds a vision so coned and narrow,
that it reveals their own bias, bigotry and eugenic-styled outlook.

They can't help it. Anyone different is perceived as a possible victim and this juvenile cognizance extends that
far that the very person they're wishing to isolate by rearranging accepted social rules, benefits!

But differences must be marked out based on an assumed 'failure' and recognised -not by the alleged 'casualty',
but by the one wishing to control the rearrangement. That way, self-responsibility isn't required and only the
controller's word is final.

Their Leftist mantra will probably go like this, although they'll never admit it.
 
Overweight...?
You're unaware that it's yourself that should look to alter one's diet and ponder the dangers of being 'tubby'
at a time when a deadly disease is wandering Wales. No problem, we'll decide for you.

Male...?
You're probably gay and ergo, hold an immunity-system that's been compromised by HIV.
If you're heterosexual, then you may be placed in the first category because your every-faithful wife -the one
you beat after coming home from the closed Pub, feeds you too-much.

Pregnant...?
Ignoring that your partner probably raped you, your ankles will be swollen and your child-bearing body may
not be at peak performance, so take a few weeks off. We don't want non-lesbians women suffering whilst their
male counterparts laugh at the strictness-schedules pinned on the Staff-Room noticeboard, now do we?

From an ethnic minority background...?
You're different due to several cultural and biological factors -although that would imply that the DVLA Diversity
Officer is racist, so instead, we'll just say that an Covid-terrified office-environment isn't the place for those that
are secretly perceived as 'lesser' by people who think everyone else sees the world like they do.

So... who's left? Childless white females who've not succumb to a comfortable lifestyle that is traditionally found
in marriage or two-person relationship in a home. Or to put it another way, allowed their waistline to wander.

Anyone want to guess the gender and sexuality of the Diversity Officer for Swansea's Driver and Vehicle Licensing
Agency office?
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Remember this guy...? He's Matt Hancock the Health Secretary for the UK and doled out billions of pounds-worth
of contracts to 'companies' that could acquire Personal Protective Equipment for many of the hospitals.

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Well it now turns out that the age-old cronyism of the Conservative Party has raised its head again and it seems
Mr Hancock had his turn at the wheel.



Quote:Matt Hancock acted unlawfully over Covid contracts, judge rules

'The Government unlawfully failed to publish details of billions of pounds’ worth of coronavirus-related contracts,
the High Court has ruled. The Good Law Project took legal action against the Department of Health and Social
Care (DHSC) for its ‘wholesale failure’ to disclose details of contracts agreed during the pandemic.

The Government is required by law to publish the procurement of any contracts for public goods or services worth
more than £120,000 within 30 days. In a ruling on Friday, Mr Justice Chamberlain said: ‘There is now no dispute that,
in a substantial number of cases, the Secretary of State (Matt Hancock) breached his legal obligation to publish
contract award notices within 30 days of the award of contracts.

‘There is also no dispute that the Secretary of State failed to publish redacted contracts in accordance with the
transparency policy.’ The Good Law Project and three MPs – Labour’s Debbie Abrahams, the Green Party’s Caroline
Lucas and Liberal Democrat Layla Moran – argued there had been a ‘dismal’ failure by the DHSC to comply with their
contract obligations.

As well as missing the 30-day deadline, they claimed the Government was breaching its own transparency policy,
which requires the publication of details of public contracts worth more than £10,000.
The judge said the Government spent ‘vast quantities of public money on pandemic-related procurements’ last year,
and that the public was entitled to see ‘who this money was going to, what it was being spent on and how the relevant
contracts were awarded’.

He added: ‘This was important not only so that competitors of those awarded contracts could understand whether the
obligations … had been breached, but also so that oversight bodies such as the National Audit Office, as well as
Parliament and the public, could scrutinise and ask questions about this expenditure.’

The Government has awarded contracts for things like manufacturing PPE, Covid 19 testing and Test and Trace during
the pandemic. Opposition politicians have accused ministers of running a ‘chumocracy’ with contracts, with deals often
given to people with family or business links to those in power...'
Archived Metro Source:

I suppose many of us here would think the public's monies were squandered on cigar-smoking business men chortling
in oak-panelled offices. No Sir, the illegal act involved his favourite Barman... that's the guy from long ago that used to
serve ales and spirits.
tinysure

So now they're investigating the dealings of the Landlord of The Cock Inn. Which reminds me of the eternal question...
Just how far is the Cock Inn?
tinyhuh

Quote:Matt Hancock's pub landlord neighbour who won £30million contracts to make Covid test tubes faces probe
by UK's medical regulator

*Alex Bourne probed by Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
*His company Hinpack has supplied NHS with millions of NHS Covid tests
*A law project took legal action against Department of Health and Social Care 
*The Government is required by law to publish a 'contract award notice'
*The Good Law Project argued there had been a 'dismal' failure to comply

'Matt Hancock's former neighbour and pub landlord is under investigation by the UK's medical regulator, it has
been revealed.

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Alex Bourne (pictured together Matt Hancock) supplied tens of millions of Covid tests through his
company Hinpack after exchanging a Whatsapp messages with the Health Secretary

Alex Bourne, who crossed paths with the Health Secretary while running the Cock Inn in Thurlow, West Suffolk,
began producing millions of NHS Covid test vials during the pandemic after exchanging a personal WhatsApp
message with Mr Hancock.

His company, Hinpack, which was originally a packaging manufacturer, won around £30million in work to supply
a distributor contracted by the NHS with two million test tubes a week, as well as around 500,000 plastic funnels
for test samples.

However the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has now confirmed it has launched
a probe into Mr Bourne's company - which had no previous experience of making medical supplies prior to the
pandemic.
It comes after the High Court ruled the Health Secretary unlawfully failed to publish details of billions of pounds'
worth of coronavirus-related contracts. 

MHRA Director of Devices, Graeme Tunbridge said: 'We take all reports of non-compliance very seriously. 
'We are currently investigating the allegations about Hinpack and will take appropriate action as necessary.
Patient safety is our top priority.
'As this is an ongoing investigation we are unable to disclose further information at this time'. 

It is understood that the investigation was launched after South Cambridgeshire council officers received concerns
about the company's hygiene and safety standards and passed them onto the MHRA, The Guardian reports.

Last year it was revealed that Mr Bourne sent a WhatsApp to Mr Hancock's mobile number on March 30 offering
his services after a nationwide call to manufacturers to respond to the pandemic, beginning the exchange with:
'Hello, it's Alex Bourne from Thurlow'.

Mr Bourne said Mr Hancock responded to his WhatsApp message by directing him to the Department of Health
and Social Care's (DHSC) website where he could fill out a form detailing his company's manufacturing capabilities.
The businessman insisted at the time that his relationship with Mr Hancock had no role in his company supplying
goods to the NHS.

He had initially hoped to produce PPE but later decided his company would be more suited to making test tubes
thanks to the skills some employees had developed in previous jobs. The latest revelations come after it was
revealed the Health Secretary unlawfully failed to publish details of billions of pounds' worth of coronavirus-related
contracts...'
Archived Mail Source: (More in link)


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@BIAD 

Are you saying he had his han on his cock and pleasured himself extensively at the expense of the British people? tinysure

Cheers
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(02-22-2021, 09:39 AM)F2d5thCav Wrote: @BIAD 

Are you saying he had his han on his cock and pleasured himself extensively at the expense of the British people? tinysure

Cheers

Although I doubt the whole truth of who had benefited from the UK's lock-down will ever be fully revealed, I would
say this particular ball-juggler kept his staff in the dark and his hand firmly on who he allowed to enjoy his 'tower-of
-power'.
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Here's a piece that is spread across the MSM and shows the level of hypocrisy when it comes to delivering
supposedly important information to the public. The Prime Minister of the UK -Boris Johnson, is to address
the country with his 'road-map' of how he wishes to gradually ease-out from the Government-ordered restrictions
regarding the virus.

Ignoring the robust air-traffic arriving and leaving the UK, Mr Johnson is to explain how containment and a number
of vaccines have helped in the war against Covid-19. Even before his announcement at 19.00 GMT and his earlier
statement in Parliament, the mainstream media have somehow acquired the facts of his speech.

How? A leaked document from Downing Street...? or merely a non-embargoed Press Release that is a regular habit
when distributing information out to the public via major broadcasting an publishing outlets?

If it's the former, then one may suggest that such a betrayal of trust is vital considering the alleged lethality of the flu
and offers an insight to how bureaucracy is held in higher regard than the public's health during an highly transmittable
disease that carries no time-piece.

If it's the latter, it could be that this whole situation isn't such a big-deal and the fear-through-wording has been the goal
from the start. Businesses around the country are gone due to the constant threat that this coronavirus will extinguish a
life without a second glance.

The reality is that it's all theatre... playing a narrative to distract and enjoy control. BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg
is mentioned in the article as a filter to explain this alleged 'unsaid' source material and even though BBC Breakfast News
had been announcing it from 6.00.am, they use the name of the Vaccine Minister (there's a job for life!) -who was only
interviewed after 7.00.am and imply he was the actual origin.


Quote:Covid-19: Boris Johnson to unveil 'cautious' plan to lift England's lockdown

'All schools in England are to reopen on 8 March as part of the prime minister's "cautious" four-part plan to lift the coronavirus
lockdown. Boris Johnson will share his finalised roadmap with ministers later, before unveiling it to MPs and then leading a
news conference at 19:00 GMT.

Up to six people or two households will be allowed to meet outdoors from 29 March, the vaccines minister said.
Rules will be lifted in stages and four conditions must be met at each stage.

Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi told BBC Breakfast the prime minister would set out more details on the plan in a Commons
statement, which is expected at around 15:30.

The first stage of easing will be split into two parts:

From 8 March - All schools will open with outdoor after-school sports and activities allowed.
Recreation in a public space - such as a park - will be allowed between two people, meaning they would be allowed to sit down
for a coffee, drink or picnic.

From 29 March - Outdoor gatherings of either six people or two households will be allowed. It is understood this will include
gatherings in private gardens. Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis or basketball courts will reopen and organised adult
and children's sport, such as grassroots football, will also return.
Although schools are set to reopen to all pupils on 8 March, it is thought a few days' flexibility may be built in to allow measures
like testing to be put in place.

Also on 8 March, new rules will allow each care home resident in England to have one regular visitor, with whom they can hold hands.

And from 29 March it is also understood that people will once again be able to travel out of their areas - although guidance will likely
still recommend staying local, and overnight stays will not be permitted. The gap between each stage of restrictions being eased is
expected to be five weeks, according to BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg.

It comes as children aged three to seven in Wales return to the classroom, along with some students on practical college courses.
Scotland's youngest pupils are also returning to face-to-face teaching in the first step of the phased reopening of schools there.

Meanwhile, vaccination has had a significant impact on the risk of serious illness from Covid-19, analysis by Public Health Scotland
shows. Figures for England, including new data on the impact of vaccines on transmission rates, are expected later.

Data will be used to inform "every step" of lifting restrictions, Mr Johnson said.
"We will be cautious about this approach so that we do not undo the progress we have achieved so far and the sacrifices each
and every one of you has made to keep yourself and others safe," he added.

The roadmap will outline four steps for easing restrictions. But before proceeding to each next step, the government will examine
the data to assess the impact of previous changes.

The four conditions that must be met at each phase of lockdown easing are:
1. The coronavirus vaccine programme continues to go to plan
2. Evidence shows vaccines are sufficiently reducing the number of people dying with the virus or needing hospital treatment
3. Infection rates do not risk a surge in hospital admissions
4. New variants of the virus do not fundamentally change the risk of lifting restrictions

Downing Street said the four tests are currently being met so the first step of lockdown easing in England will proceed as planned on
8 March. The first stage of easing restrictions will be across the whole of England, Downing Street added, due to the current uniform
spread of the virus. MPs will be given the chance to vote on the regulations enabling England's roadmap in the coming weeks...'
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It's been awhile since I posted in this particular thread as the Covid scare seemed to consume the
main outlets. But the killings in Britain have continued and here's another heinous one.


Quote:Lorraine Cox: Murderer Azam Mangori jailed for at least 20 years

'A man who followed and murdered a woman on a night out before disposing part of her body in an alleyway
has been jailed for life. Azam Mangori, 24, killed Lorraine Cox, 32, in his flat above a kebab shop in Exeter
in September.

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A piece of shit called Azam Mangori and his victim Lorraine Cox.

Mangori, of Dartmouth Road, Stoke-on-Trent, was found guilty of murder by a jury at Exeter Crown Court,
after he admitted preventing a lawful burial. Judge Justice Garnham said he should serve at least 20 years
in jail.

Mangori left Ms Cox's body in his flat for a week before dismembering her.
Her remains were found in bin bags in an alley behind his flat, and in a woodland at Newton St Cyres, about
6 miles (9km) away...'

This BBC article caters for the mild-mannered and omits to mention that he boiled his victim's head too.


Quote:'During the sentencing the judge said Mangori had "ended the life of a bright, vivacious, intelligent young woman
with her whole life ahead of her". He said Mangori's "cowardice" in failing to report her death and attempting to hide
the evidence "served to compound the loss and hurt suffered by her partner, her father, her other family and her friends".

Ms Cox's family had "suffered eight days of desperate hope and fruitless searching while you sat on your bed deciding
how best to escape being held responsible". A video that Mangori made of himself vaping and listening to music just
hours after the killing showed he had been "remarkably calm", said the judge.

Elise Fallow, Ms Cox's partner, said in her witness statement to the court that her "heart is broken, never to be repaired".
She added: "Nothing will stop the pain I feel that the love of my life is not by my side."
Pippa Moore said after the case that her friend Ms Cox was "quite random" and would "always make you laugh".
"If there was no party she was the party, she always brought the fun to the party."

Speaking after the guilty verdict, Ms Cox's family described her as "the most kind-hearted, loving, generous girl", adding
she was "the heartbeat of our family". "We hope and pray that no other woman or family has to go through what our beautiful
girl suffered, or that any other family suffers the brutal, distressing experience we have all been through," their statement said.

Mangori, an Iraqi Kurd who was denied asylum in December 2018, told the court he had panicked because he feared being
deported...'

Isn't it ironic that the money he acquired to purchase the equipment for Lorraine's dismembered parts was from a UK Government
hand-out?!


Quote:'But prosecutor Simon Laws QC called Mangori a "fluent and determined liar" and said he had smothered her with a T-shirt.
The court heard after Ms Cox was killed, Mangori used a SIM card from her phone to send messages to her family, partner
and friends in an attempt to show she was still alive.
He also looked at amputation videos in the days before her disappearance, jurors were told.

Mangori was caught on camera in shops buying supplies to help him dispose of her body, including bin bags, tape, a suitcase
and an air purifier to hide the smell.

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The freedom.

The Home Office said after the case that "foreign nationals who abuse our hospitality by committing heinous crimes should be
in no doubt of our determination to deport them"...'

That's a bit rich considering the same Home Office denied his request in 2018 and over two years later, he was still here!


Quote:'A spokesperson said its "priority will always be to keep the British public safe" and reforms of the asylum system would "make
it easier to return failed asylum seekers who have no right to remain in the UK".
Ms Cox had been sexually assaulted in Exeter in May 2018 by a man called Robert Prout, 35, of Hawthorn Road, Exeter.

He was found guilty of the assault and raping another woman by a jury at Exeter Crown Court and jailed for 10 years in January.
The jury at the murder trial heard that Ms Cox had moved from Exeter to Scotland after the assault, but had returned to visit friends
in the city when she was killed by Mangori...'
Archived BBC Article:


You see, it's a ongoing battle. You let them in and their standards of society are different.
Here's another look at the problem, weak people pretending to be strong.
Clearing Rochdale of Monsters.


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(04-07-2021, 08:59 PM)BIAD Wrote: You see, it's a ongoing battle. You let them in and their standards of society are different.
Here's another look at the problem, weak people pretending to be strong.
Clearing Rochdale of Monsters.

I don't see why deportation is even on the table. A ride out to sea a few miles on a trawler, a shot to the back of the head, and a quick heave overboard to feed the fishes is what seems in order to me. That would cost quite a lot less than either paying for a deportation, legal proceedings, or lengthy incarceration...

... but I never really claimed to be all that civilized, just effective.

In cases such as these, as in all sexual aberration cases, the culprit can never really be cured, so I believe it best to put them out of our misery permanent-like, rather than either house feed and clothe them or foist them off onto another unsuspecting public.

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“The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people.”

-Aldous Huxley

-- Got mask? Just sayin'...




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