1. I hold no candle for Airmiles and there’s only archived material on all the other things, e.g. the Welfs, which tells me this, no proof either way, but somehow I don’t buy that he’s a fully fledged member of that club, whereas I do think Silly Billy is.
Seems to me in Epstein’s case, you go for connections with the Airmiles of the world on the one hand and provide what they want, or you buy and blackmail those about to reach high positions or key roles and as Epstein is the go-between, then that means Them.
To me, Airmiles seems far more the loose Koo or Fergie kind, youngish and wild, off their brains – I’m thinking Berlusconi here whose pattern seemed bunga bunga and not too particular, which I do think is a bit different to many fully fledged members.
Fergie’s making her statement by sticking with him in Spain or wherever, it would be interesting to see what Koo thinks.
Harry, to me, is just a silly boy who’d dance with anyone who came at him and one captured him. When you look at the sources on Mountbatten, they’re basically IRA sympathising. Not saying they’re wrong, just thinking out loud, but it’s in their interests that he is ruined and all British royalty.
The other side is that he is Them, he himself, as in the post at OoL I keep referring to, in which case anything could be possible and it certainly fits Euro-royalty.
Then one can go completely OTT with the Icke lizard biz but I’ve never pushed that one here.
Tweeter Badassday, himself with a mid-20s looking filly, just wrote:
Hang on. [Airmiles] whining about being “appalled” by Epstein’s alleged crimes yet that video of Andrew shooing some girl out the door of Epstein’s house is 2 yrs AFTER Epstein’s conviction for soliciting a minor for prostitution. How stupid do you think we are, you fat creep.
Just have to see how it plays out I suppose.
2. Such a nice day, let’s repeal the ECA 72:
3. Didcot down, so is power to the area, plus a fire to boot:
4. They flatly refuse to see reality:
The UK government wants academics, industry and the public to provide evidence to a major inquiry into British food, whose mandate appears to have a strong emphasis on considering the climate impacts of current means of food production.
5. The Z Man and many others still don’t get it:
A credit based financial system was supposed to get around the problem of currency devaluation to solve political problems. That’s been a problem since the advent of coinage. When the state gets in trouble, the easiest ways to solve it is to spend money on the public. Whether it was debasing the coinage or printing paper money, the solution to spending money that did not exist was the create it. That always created new and bigger problems for the society down the line.
He doesn’t seem to understand ‘intent’, that is – this is deliberate. it may use incompetence as a vehicle but it is intent behind it.
6. The French solar road was always going to fail, it did:
In Pythonesque style – a senseless waste of human resources.
On Wednesday, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) announced that they “drew the line” over ads by Volkswagen and cream cheese maker Philadelphia for perpetuating the offensive stereotypes, according to DW.com.
In Volkswagen’s case, their ad featured men participating in adventurous activities, while women sat on a beach next to a baby buggy. According to the ASA, “images of men in extraordinary environments and carrying out adventurous activities” vs. “women who appeared passive” were stereotypical and not nice.
[H/T Chuckles and haiku. Any statement on Airmiles is my own and not that of any staff at N.O., no matter what their personal view might be, I’ve not canvassed it.]