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    HYBRID trouble ? !

    A thousand years from now we will probably be able to buy a new body .. " off the shelf "...Rather like plastic surgery is popular today. I can imagine a time when they will isolate the concious mind and give a choice of add ons...bionic or natural depending on your want or means. Maybe even offer a cross species option... How about some new wings Sir...they are on special this month. It's going to happen ...just a matter of time.
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    Poor old Sterling... It has fallen so much I actually find it fascinating to see how low it can go now. For a trader Sterling must have been a one way bet for the last few years but one thing I have noticed about Sterling is that when it turns ..it turns really quickly. I wouldn't like to be the trader who gets caught napping. It wouldn't surprise me if Sterling rises after Brexit....That's the kind of reverse psychology that rules the markets.
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    Incredibly there are still more than half the Cabinet (19 out of 33 ) who are remainers . (25.30) Many people fear that Boris will just try to get a concession on the backstop and then reheat the May surrender Treaty... In fact I think he has made it clear that is his strategy but... It won't wash with Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party (37.45) Boris is going to have to do better than some backstop fudge to satisfy the Leavers and neutralize the Brexit Party but how can he do that without enraging the remainer infested Parliament. Nigel thinks he has to go for an election and Jacob Rees-Mogg assures us all he has to do is nothing and we will leave by default on October 31st.
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    Alpha male replaces snivelling quisling But is it too late... What can he do with a majority of two ?
  5. Well she has got zero sex appeal for me so I hope she is a good actress. I never thought Daniel Craig was a very good Bond he always semed a bit Wooden and I'm surprised he has lasted so long but I think Idris Elba would have made a good Bond.
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    Reporter: ‘Can’t you just respond on a human level?’ Boulton then asked: ‘Can’t you just respond on a human level?’ Jones responded: ‘I have responded on a human level. ‘I’ve spoken about the humanity of those who have suffered as a consequence of her policies and I wish the news would give far more space to them rather than spending time discussing the prime minister crying because she can no longer hold the most powerful job in the country,’ he said. Many people took to Twitter to share Jones’ sentiment in condemning Theresa May’s policies and to share the video. One tweet has almost 200,000 likes and 60,000 retweets, at the time of writing. Jones then tweeted: ‘Don’t feel sorry for Theresa May. Feel sorry for the victims of her policies.’ Well well well... I never thought I would find myself agreeing with anything that plonker said Just had to listen to Malcolm Rifkind on BBC given carte blanche to rant for a good 10-15 minutes uninterrupted repeating himself over and over like some deranged loon that Parliament couldn't agree a deal and wouldn't allow us to leave without a deal and therefore the only democratic course of action was to ...yes you've guessed it...Have a People's vote. The BBC scum really are pulling out every stop ... Rifkind was followed by another Remain nut job from Northern Ireland the newly elected Alliance Party MEP ...looks like she ate all the pies and then puked up her Remain rant for another 10 minutes. The BBC is now Remain central on steroids with any token Leave viewpoint scoffed at and derided. It's going to be an interesting summer. If these lunatics do get there way and we end up staying in the EU it's going to lead to violence somewhere down the road if we are forced into EU political integration through some Parliamentary stitch up....and not the kind you see exercised in riots but an organized resistance something like the IRA. That would be kind of ironic wouldn't it...because Sinn Fein the IRA's political representatives now can't get enough of their EU masters.
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    Labour is on the verge of finally coming out of the Remain closet. Both McDonnel and Corbyn talking up the idea of a People's vote in the media today. I guess they are preparing to use that as a campaign tool in the event of an early General election. So the race is on...Can the Tories elect a new leader and deliver Brexit before Westminster and the enemy within can sabotage Brexit and force a General election which may well produce a Labour government and a second stitch up referendum. The EU remain fanatics know this is their last chance and their media pals are pulling out all the stops to spin The Brexit Party landslide into a victory for Remain. Constant reminders that there is... no other deal to be had...nothing has changed...there is no way out of this deadlock...and people have the right to change their mind and the only answer is to have a People's vote where the choice is Remain vs the worst deal in history.
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    UK House prices: News & Views

    According to my calculations the last bull run in UK house prices started in 2002. So if you believe as I do in Fred Harrison's 18 year property cycle theory the good times start to roll in the Spring of 2020...The roaring twenties perhaps ? If the Brexit debacle is cleared up by then confidence may return quickly to the market. It's anyone's guess but that would be my gamble.
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    No sympathy for May and those tears...none whatsoever...What was she crying for ? ..She loved her country so much she wanted to turn it into a slave state..What a P of S and to think when she came in I wanted to give her a chance...we gave her a chance and she sold us down the river for 3 years. We are absolutely infuriated with the Tories.. Now they think they can change the leader and everything is going to be hunky dory again. You should just here the MSM we have to endure here... 24 hours a day remain propoganda and tonight when the EU election results came out it was as if the Lib Dems had won ! The world has been turned on it's head here. The denial amongst remain campaigners is off the charts. Adam Boulton on Sky news tonight more or less calling for a second referendum..totting up all the Remain votes and then throwing in the Labour vote and saying that proves people have changed their mind...that a second referendum was the only answer to the deadlock in Parliament...It just goes on and on...usually a 3 or 4 to one ratio of remain pundits to leave and they just get shouted down constantly. I think they were really taken by surprise when Nigel started the Brexit Party because they were hoping to use these EU elections to make a case for a second referendum and now it's been ruined by the rise of the Brexit Party and the resignation of May...She would never have resigned if it hadn't been for the pressure created by them on the Tories and it's thrown them into disarray. This guys video summed up very well my feelings on Theresa May's premiership and the Tory government : As for the future Tory leader I don't trust Johnson an inch..another Tory clown.. He won't do anything unless Nigel Farage is there to push him all the way. Who knows if he will get the job anyway...they say the favourite never wins the Tory leadership race. Maybe a dark horse like Steve Baker will come through. Whoever it is I hope they grow a pair and do the job they were told to do....In any case they will never get my vote again as long as there is a Brexit Party alternative to vote for.
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    CryptoCATS Chat (Public)

    Is there a reputable exchange you use here ?
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    CryptoCATS Chat (Public)

    Ok I'll check it out. Are you in the UK ?
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    War On! Britain is still battling over Brexit

    https://www.facebook.com/nigelfarageofficial/videos/2390166141215040/?t=8 Peterborough by-election on the 75 th anniversary of D Day the 6th of June..will be interesting
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    CryptoCATS Chat (Public)

    Ok I'm in Anyone give me a dummies guide to buying Bitcoin ? It looks as if the recent price surge has put the price up to 6k Sterling for one Bitcoin. Obviously would like a pull back but I want to be prepared to move if and when that happens.
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    Brexit: Will it happen? What then?

    Nigel Farage says Leavers should prepare for a second referendum now :
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    Is Prince Harry "defying the odds"?

    There do seem to be some parallels between his mother and Meghan in regard to their charitable work and she seemed to do very well in her first public engagement today. It was just at first glance I saw ..." 36 year old divorcee "...and thought... WTF is he doing. It's easy to forget he is 33 himself now...and if it doesn't work out it's not that big a deal anymore.
  16. I think I've left it a bit late to join the party Enjoy the ride while it lasts
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    Is Prince Harry "defying the odds"?

    I was tempted to make all kinds of analogies with certain past events but I thought that would be in poor taste so I won't do that but I think you know what I mean. There....I said it...without saying it. The best of luck to them. Stock up on popcorn....metaphorically...because as we know sugar is evil.
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    war drums?

    Trump Doubles Down: "Iran Has Been Formally Put On Notice" During a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room on Wednesday, Michael Flynn vowed a forceful U.S. response to Iran’s “destabilizing behavior across the Middle East.” Flynn said Iran “continues to threaten U.S. friends and allies in the region,” with a ballistic missile test launch over the weekend and other actions. Flynn also accused Barack Obama for allowing Iran to become “emboldened.” “As of today, we are officially putting Iran on notice,” he said, without elaborating what that meant.
  19. http://terroronthetube.co.uk/2017/01/31/schlomo-sees-berlin-fake-terror/ The Israeli politician and terrorist expert Shlomo Shpiro spends two hours in the Berlin Christmas market (Breitscheidplatz) the day before the event – no doubt, planning the event. Ten minutes before the Berlin Xmas event, he was strolling across that same market. ‘Just a coincidence’? He was sitting on a bus after dusk as a truck (supposedly) raced into the Christmas market and killed numerous people’. As a professor at the Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv, Shlomo explained to the German media that he ‘knows a life of constant fear of attacks.’ This was the very day of the Winter Solstice – December 21st. Currently ‘on a research trip,’ Shlomo almost become a witness to the hitherto most devastating attack in Germany: “I was amazed at the low police presence,” he said in an interview. He had seen “hardly any police officers, hardly security guards.” The fact that there would be an attack in Germany was only a matter of time for him. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rr34N2pxZd4&t=9s
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    war drums?

    Iran Just Officially Ditched The Dollar Following President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries, the Iranian government announced it would stop using the U.S. dollar “as its currency of choice in its financial and foreign exchange reports,” the local Financial Tribune reported. Iran governor Valiollah Seif’s central bank announced the decision in a television interview on January 29. The change will take effect on March 21, and it will impact all official financial and foreign exchange reports. “Iran’s difficulties [in dealing] with the dollar,” Seif said, “were in place from the time of the primary sanctions and this trend is continuing,” but when it comes to other currencies, he added, “ we face no limitations.” In a piece published by Forbes, Dominic Dudley contends that this move is significant “in the light of the recent ‘Muslim ban‘” announced by Trump. Iran nationals were added to the order issued by the current U.S. administration, which prompted the Iranian government to vow to stop issuing visas to U.S. citizens. Dudley notes that since 1975, “no Americans have been killed in terrorist attacks in the US by the citizens of the countries included in the ban,” while countries such as Saudi Arabia — “home of 15 of the 19 terrorists involved in the 9/11 attacks” — were left out of the list of prohibited countries. Despite the country’s decision to halt the use of the U.S. dollar as its base currency for exchange with other nations, Iran’s top export is oil. In the global markets, oil is mainly purchased and sold in U.S. dollars. This fiscal year, Iran is expected to earn $41 billion from oil sales, with countries like the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and China as their top clients. It’s still uncertain how the country will manage to switch currencies without relying on the American currency. The shift, Dudley notes, “will add a degree of currency risk and volatility and is likely to complicate matters for the authorities.” That's usually the last thing a country does before being bombed back to the stoneage.
  21. EU Declares USA is new Enemy The European Union’s chief BREXIT negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, told Reuters that Donald Trump is part of a three-pronged attempt to undermine the European Union. His comments reflect just how deranged the EU politicians really are for they will accept no blame whatsoever for any of their own policies that are dictatorial in nature and have sought from the start to federalize Europe while denying that was their goal all along. Verhofstadt told Reuters that the other two threats were radicalized Islam, which they themselves opened their own borders to accept with open-arms, and from Russian President Vladimir Putin, who just said that Europe should stay together. Putin even warned that the EU would not be a global player as is. Verhofstadt actually claimed that all three parties were working against the progress of the EU project. The EU is doomed and their own refusal to address the autocratic anti-democratic policies have sealed their fate. It was the USA that encouraged the formation of the Euro in 1985 at the Plaza Accord – NOT the political surrender of sovereignty of all members to Brussels.
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    The Monetary Mess in India

    The noose tightens
  23. It's like a dream come true isn't it Just think...All those little control freaks from countries like Belgium and Luxembourg and Portugal that have found their raison d'etre in the Brussels bureaucracy would have to go back to being nobodies and Germany would have to stop hiding behind them.
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