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1 hour ago, Mr Bloke said:

Hmmm... :huh:


Wouldn't it be much more cost-effective if everyone just bought a thicker pullover and a pair of woolly gloves? :confused:

Yeah, black mould and respiratory illnesses are underrated.

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1 hour ago, tinfoilhat said:

Why aren't they at the Tory party conference protesting?

There are some there already.

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Oh dear, Londoners can't get to work. Not this time due to those pesky environmental protesters, but a phenomenon that the BBC is calling 'flooding.'

 

'Shops and offices in Knightsbridge were hit by a deluge, leaving some unable to get to work as motorists tried to navigate waterlogged roads.'

 

'St James's Park saw 35mm of rain between midnight and 06:00 BST, the Met Office said.'

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-58799222

 

I wonder whether the ironies of this situation shall be made explicit on the Six O'clock News this evening?

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2 hours ago, Staunton said:

Oh dear, Londoners can't get to work. Not this time due to those pesky environmental protesters, but a phenomenon that the BBC is calling 'flooding.'

Did you see the pic of a fireman carrying a woman wearing boots through a shallow puddle of water?

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On 20/09/2021 at 15:14, Annie Bynnol said:

 

During the anti nuclear protests around our bases soldiers were never exposed to civilians as they and their equipment were designed and trained to kill 'spetsnaz' not confront civilians. Police were even deployed to protect protestors and soldiers(paticularly American) from each other.

That is entirely incorrect. 

 

At Greenham Common it was our military personnel, not the Police, who patrolled the wire, responded to various attempts to enter en-mass and restrained any who managed to enter.   After restraining and arresting the soap-dodgers, the Police were called in to take them away.

 

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No, the BBC failed to connect the dots as usual. They reported that 'a month's rain fell in just hours' in the South East overnight, but made no reference to the climate activists busy in the same region this week seeking to raise issues related to the environmental crisis.

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https://www.aol.co.uk/news/insulate-britain-ringleader-says-he-doesnt-care-about-insulation-184440198.html

 

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The leader of Insulate Britain has called himself a "hypocrite" and admitted he "doesn’t care" about insulating homes.

Liam Norton is behind the recent road-block protests. One of the main objectives is calling on the Government to insulate all social housing by 2025.

Mr Norton has now said he is "terrible" for not practicing what he preaches.

I mean, you can't make this stuff up!

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On 22/09/2021 at 18:32, Delbow said:

Yeah, black mould and respiratory illnesses are underrated.

you do know that black mould and respiratory illness is not caused by homes that are not insulated?? in the main its caused by people not ventilating their flats and houses and having the heating on full blast with closed doors and windows so moisture cant escape!

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42 minutes ago, ab6262 said:

you do know that black mould and respiratory illness is not caused by homes that are not insulated?? in the main its caused by people not ventilating their flats and houses and having the heating on full blast with closed doors and windows so moisture cant escape!

Hmmm... :huh:


I think you're wasting your time Mr ab.

 

Some people clearly don't know their Stachybotrys from their Delbow... :hihi:

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