"People, once suckered into a war, will defend that war rather than admit they were suckers." -- Michael Rivero

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A senior judge who “liked” a post on social media that described Israel as a “terrorist” state and called for a free Palestine has been given a formal warning for misconduct.

This British lawyer wrote a tweet in which he compared Nazism to the Zionist crime in Gaza. A complaint as being (“anti-Semitism”)  was filed against him with the Lawyers’ Union. So he took a leave of absence to research the legal definition of anti-Semitism, only to discover, after asking the most senior specialists in Britain, that the definition was illegal and not only violated British law, but it also violated European Union law, so he submitted his answer in 3,000 pages... and won.

 

A YouGov survey found that Reform has increased support by two points to 19%. The Tories are on 18%. The poll was carried out after Rishi Sunak launched the Tory manifesto on Tuesday
Labour’s manifesto, due out on Thursday, will feature a pledge to block all new licensing for oil and gas as one of its key energy policies. The party “will not be issuing licences to explore new [oil and gas] fields as we accelerate to clean power”, a Labour spokesman confirmed on Tuesday. It follows last weekend’s announcement that New Zealand’s Government was lifting a ban on new oil and gas exploration. The ban was announced by former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in 2018.

As predicted for years and on the back of the Wood Stoves ban and burning your own ‘wet’ wood ban. Here it is. Any chicken or outdoor bird MUST be registered by October the 1st.

Failure to register will result in investigation and possible fines/jail.

There is no cost at the moment, however this will come. They will slowly increase the cost of keeping chickens so that people simply cant afford to keep them. They then become reliant on the system and become tied to the technocracy hell that the WEF are moulding for us.

Nigel Farage hit out at Rishi Sunak after he stopped short of threatening to walk away from the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) in the Tory manifesto. The Reform UK leader said voters did not back Brexit so that the European Court of Human Rights, which presides over the treaty, could "tell us how to manage our border policies".