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Sunak hands out bacon butties on the campaign trail in Cornwall
29 May 2024
Rishi Sunak served up bacon and sausage breakfast sandwiches as he arrived in Cornwall for the Conservative Party’s general election campaign.

The prime minister took the overnight sleeper train from London Paddington on Tuesday (28 May) to embark on a day of campaigning in the southwest of England.

Mr Sunak spoke with staff at a seafront cafe after disembarking from a train, describing his sleeper train journey as “jolly”.

The prime minister also asked journalists which sandwich they would prefer, bacon or sausage, leading one to reply: “Bacon, prime minister.”

We do get why they can't take the smiles off their faces, don't we? Meaning they are all in on the little joke...it's not like the journalists haven't got a clue.

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Here's the clue...

Ed Miliband: 'The bacon sandwich didn't lose me the election' | LBC
7 Jun 2021
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband tells LBC it was not the infamous bacon sandwich photograph which dashed his chances of being Prime Minister. The photograph was taken in May 2014 for the Evening Standard during the first stop of his two-day campaign tour, and within a week Mr Miliband was parodied online and by multiple media outlets.

The fated photograph became a source of sustained commentary about the former Labour leader, with many people interpreting it as evidence he was out of touch with the public, prone to error and unable to perform simple tasks. The image became the source of many internet memes throughout 2014 and 2015 and it was used on the front page of the Sun, the country's most read newspaper, the day before his head to head with David Cameron in the general election.

Six years on, Ed Miliband told LBC, "I joke about the bacon sandwich. I don't think I lost because of the bacon sandwich. I lost for deeper reasons than that, and in a way I shouldn't console myself by thinking it was just because of the bacon sandwich."

He gave some friendly advice: "I do say don't eat on camera. To anyone on camera, I am the paradigm lesson: don't eat on camera."

His brother, former Foreign Secretary David Miliband, was also parodied for arriving at the 2008 Labour conference holding a banana in a peculiar fashion. Later that same year, bananas were served at the Conservative conference with stickers bearing Miliband's face.

So how much of that interview is true, and how much made up? ...Well, I think the fact Boris Johnson is a chum of his is clearly true. In judging if we are looking at a real person, both him and Rishi have immigrant parents, which means 'no birth certificate within the British jurisdiction'...which means just like Boris Johnson being birthed in New York, America, both of this guy's identities are corporate fictions.
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You too can partake with the in-joke as Rome burns; just like Dancing Queen...who is stepping down at this election.
rachel wrote: Mon Jan 08, 2024 3:05 pm At the risk of further disrupting the flow of this thread, having brought up Theresa May in my last post, I may as well go a little bit further. I've mentioned this point numerous times on Discord, but strangely enough, I don't think in any detail on this forum.

At Theresa May's Conservative Party Conference speech as Prime Minister on 4 October 2017, why did the organisers pick Dancing Queen as the song she walked out on stage to? ...I would suggest for the exact same reason Theresa May chose a Royal Blue outfit the first time she walked out of Number 10 as Prime Minister to address the media.

Theresa May grooves to ABBA's 'Dancing Queen' at Tory Conference


Princess Diana and Prince Charles dancing in Australia (1983)
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The interesting thing is. How do we not see it, even when she purposely changes her hairstyle to bring back the retro look?

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I could paste up ten or fifteen doubles pictures, but I think the body is more compelling than the face, because May has a distinctive short upper body and long legs...just like Diana.

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So how real is Plastic Starmer's face?

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Well, in my opinion, he is the artist formally known as Tristram Hunt.

Interestingly enough, when Tristram Hunt was an MP, he was tipped to be Labour leader, then shockingly he stood down to apparently take the top job at the V&A.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/w ... al-5676004
Who is Tristram Hunt? Meet the potential next Labour leader
10 May 2015

Tristram Hunt is a historian and journalist, who has been shadow education secretary since 2013 - but could he be the next Labour leader?

The Labour party needs to find a new leader to lead them out of the chaos brought on by their election defeat.

Tristram Hunt is one of the more familiar names on the list of candidates for Labour's top job.

He's a 40-year-old historian, author and broadcaster, who served as shadow education secretary under Ed Miliband - but could he fill his old boss' shoes?

Here's everything you need to know about Tristram Hunt.

He's the son of a baron and a noted historian
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Hunt is the son of Julian Hunt, Baron Hunt of Chesterton, who was made a life peer by Tony Blair in 2000.

He studied history at Trinity College, Cambridge, before becoming an associate fellow of the Centre for History and Economics at King's College, Cambridge.

He also completed a PhD at Cambridge on Civic Thought in Britiain in the 19th century.

He went on to become a noted historian, specialising in Urban history - particularly in the Victorian era.

He's written several books on the subject, as well as a biography of left-wing philosopher Friedrich Engels.

He's been shadow education secretary since 2013
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A little look at wiki, and we see something rather interesting. Remember, Ed Miliband, AKA current PM Rishi Sunak.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tristram_Hunt
Hunt was appointed a Shadow Education Minister in April 2013, replacing Karen Buck who advanced as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Ed Miliband. On 7 October 2013, Hunt was promoted to the Shadow Cabinet, replacing Stephen Twigg as Shadow Secretary of State for Education.

In February 2014, Hunt crossed an authorised University and College Union picket line at Queen Mary University of London to teach his students about "Marx, Engels and the Making of Marxism", defending himself on the grounds that although he was not a member of the union, he supported the right to strike and picket by those who had been ballotted. He was strongly criticised by West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson, who described Hunt's behaviour as "preposterous".

Hunt was re-elected in May 2015 with a majority of 5,179. On 12 September 2015, it became known he was leaving the shadow cabinet following Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader because of their "substantial political differences", as Hunt told the Press Association.

On 13 January 2017, he announced that he would be resigning as an MP in order to take up the post of Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He formally resigned, taking the post of Steward of the Chiltern Hundreds, on 23 January 2017. His successor as MP, Gareth Snell, retained the seat for Labour in the subsequent by-election on 23 February 2017.

I wonder if it was that 'Marx, Engels and the Making of Marxism' lecture that burned that identity? ...So let's look at Starmer, because he came out of nowhere, well actually, the name was associated with Director of Public Prosecutions, but when did we first see his face?

Starmer c. 2012
Starmer c. 2012

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keir_Starmer
...In February 2010, Starmer announced the CPS's decision to prosecute three Labour MPs and a Conservative peer for offences relating to false accounting in the aftermath of the parliamentary expenses scandal. They were all found guilty. In the same year, he supported proposals to legally recognise different degrees of murder. In 2010, and 2012, Starmer said that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute two members of the UK security services for their alleged role in torture overseas; he supported further investigation. In July 2010, Starmer announced the decision not to prosecute the police officer Simon Harwood in relation to the death of Ian Tomlinson; this led to accusations by Tomlinson's family of a police cover-up. After a subsequent inquest found that Tomlinson had been unlawfully killed, Starmer announced that Harwood would be prosecuted for manslaughter. The officer was acquitted by a jury in July 2012 but dismissed from the police that September. In December 2010, Starmer changed the decision process, including requiring his personal approval, to prosecute women who withdraw accusations of rape after a woman was convicted for perverting the course of justice "despite judges' belief that her claim of long-term abuse, intimidation and rape at the hands of her husband was true". He later produced guidelines to prevent women in similar circumstances from being unfairly prosecuted...

For no apparent reason, I have a big section about Ian Tomlinson in the Anyone know any ex-truthers? thread. Who knew the case had anything to do with Sir Keir.

My favourite finds in that thread...the Ian Tomlinson mask. Note how the neck skin is over the top of the police issue blue top and white t-shirt, and the fake plastic eyes. And also George Monbiot...it's worth a look for George Monbiot alone.

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Is that a man or a woman?

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Things I can tell you about Tristram Hunt. He wears contact lenses to change the colour of his eyes, and those teeth look like overlays to me.

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The second image, the skin between the nostrils is an appliance, the tell is its slightly lighter colour than the skin it attaches to. We can see it bends around the nostrils. Hunt therefore has a hanging part to his nose where as Starmer's is rather flat. We can also see the outer edge of the contact lenses on the second shot. I wonder if any extra hair has been added to the eyebrows.

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I think this is a good one that shows the fakeness at the front of Starmer's face. His eyes look so deep-set because of the appliance covering his forehead, nose and cheeks. I don't know if it goes all the way down, but it's apparent around the eye area.

So just to finish off, Starmer stood for election in 2015, that would be the same year as Jo Cox and Rishi Sunak...all ready for the 2016 EU Referendum. And I note on Sunak's wiki it says, "Sunak supported the successful campaign for the UK to leave the European Union in the June 2016 European Union membership referendum." - So it's just like placing a spread bet in horse racing, they cover all eventualities; and horse racing is the sport of kings, isn't it.

Continuing from Starmer's wiki page, he took over Frank Dobson's old seat, Dobson being Secretary of State for Health in Tony Blair's government. See how it works? How many seats does one need to control the country and force vaccine mandates on Care Home staff and NHS workers?
Starmer was selected in December 2014 to be the Labour Party's prospective parliamentary candidate for the Labour UK constituency of Holborn and St Pancras, a safe seat, following the decision of the sitting MP Frank Dobson to retire. Starmer was elected at the 2015 UK general election with a majority of 17,048. He was urged by a number of activists to stand in the 2015 Labour Party leadership election following the resignation of Ed Miliband; he ruled this out, citing his relative lack of political experience. During the campaign, Starmer supported Andy Burnham, who finished second to Jeremy Corbyn, the new Leader of the Labour Party.

Corbyn appointed Starmer to the Shadow Home Secretary's ministerial team as Shadow Minister for Immigration, a role from which he resigned as part of the widespread June 2016 British shadow cabinet resignations in protest at Corbyn's leadership; in his resignation letter he wrote that it was "simply untenable now to suggest we can offer an effective opposition without a change of leader".

Corbyn, as I've noted earlier in this thread was always controlled opposition. My feeling, the point of electing him was he had a pro-Brexit background, though he never seemed as staunch as his voting record suggested. He was there to hook the Lexit people with "Yes we should leave, but now is not the right time." - and that fed in to the whole Paul Mason tact, and he got very anti-Brexit towards the end.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... reece-tory
The leftwing case for Brexit (one day) - Paul Mason
Mon 16 May 2016

There are many good reasons for the UK to leave the EU. But exiting now would allow Johnson and Gove to turn Britain into a neoliberal fantasy island

The leftwing case for Brexit is strategic and clear. The EU is not – and cannot become – a democracy. Instead, it provides the most hospitable ecosystem in the developed world for rentier monopoly corporations, tax-dodging elites and organised crime. It has an executive so powerful it could crush the leftwing government of Greece; a legislature so weak that it cannot effectively determine laws or control its own civil service. A judiciary that, in the Laval and Viking judgments, subordinated workers’ right to strike to an employer’s right do business freely.

Its central bank is committed, by treaty, to favour deflation and stagnation over growth. State aid to stricken industries is prohibited. The austerity we deride in Britain as a political choice is, in fact, written into the EU treaty as a non-negotiable obligation. So are the economic principles of the Thatcher era. A Corbyn-led Labour government would have to implement its manifesto in defiance of EU law.

And the situation is getting worse. Europe’s leaders still do not know whether they will let Greece go bankrupt in June; they still have no workable plan to distribute the refugees Germany accepted last summer, and having signed a morally bankrupt deal with Turkey to return the refugees, there is now the prospect of that deal’s collapse. That means, if the reported demand by an unnamed Belgian minister to “push back or sink” migrant boats in the Aegean is activated, the hands of every citizen of the EU will be metaphorically on the tiller of the ship that does it. You may argue that Britain treats migrants just as badly. The difference is that in Britain I can replace the government, whereas in the EU, I cannot.

That’s the principled leftwing case for Brexit.

Now here’s the practical reason to ignore it. In two words: Boris Johnson. The conservative right could have conducted the leave campaign on the issues of democracy, rule of law and UK sovereignty, leaving the economics to the outcome of a subsequent election. Instead, Johnson and the Tory right are seeking a mandate via the referendum for a return to full-blown Thatcherism: less employment regulation, lower wages, fewer constraints on business. If Britain votes Brexit, then Johnson and Gove stand ready to seize control of the Tory party and turn Britain into a neoliberal fantasy island...

Same old same old... What actually happened? Boris Johnson is Ed Miliband's bum-chum, and the ex Labour leader Ed Miliband became Conservative Prime Minister. And what do we think, Paul Mason is another puppet-face with a pretend wife working for the NHS, just like Keir Starmer. Got to get those NHS vaccine mandates into law, I'm sure SIr Keir will try again.
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Diana's been a few people but the most interesting has to be May. It's like JFK / Carter.

Ed Chiarini thought the Miliband brothers were William and Harry. I did look into that and couldn't rule it out, just like with Sunak.
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I don't disagree, but I think the person that appeared exclusively with Charles must have been May, because after the divorce but before Diana's death, the Crown actually created a Parliamentary Seat for her in boundary changes for the Blair 1997 winning General Election. And in keeping with all the other plays on words, it's Maidenhead. Interestingly, now Charles is King, and MPs have to swear allegiance to him in order to take their seats in parliament, May has decided to step down. I wonder how related the two events are?

With regards to the Milibands, firstly they have a famous dad, Ralph Miliband. His background is no doubt a load of hog wash...but we do have a consistent running theme of FABIAN MARXISM...and Marxist Jeremy Corbyn fits right in with the rest of them...he was never an outsider, and the pretend frictions and Labour leadership elections were a fraud to make money from the £20 to buy a vote for leader scam Labour ran; not once but twice.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Miliband
Ralph Miliband (born Adolphe Miliband; 7 January 1924 – 21 May 1994) was a British sociologist. He has been described as "one of the best known academic Marxists of his generation", in this manner being compared with E. P. Thompson, Eric Hobsbawm and Perry Anderson.

Miliband in 1958
Miliband in 1958

Miliband was born in Belgium to working-class Polish Jewish immigrants. He fled to Britain in 1940 with his father, to avoid persecution when Nazi Germany invaded Belgium. Learning to speak English and enrolling at the London School of Economics, he became involved in left-wing politics and made a personal commitment to the cause of socialism at the grave of Karl Marx. After serving in the Royal Navy during the Second World War, he settled in London in 1946 and naturalised as a British subject in 1948.

By the 1960s, he was a prominent member of the New Left movement in Britain, which was critical of established socialist governments in the Soviet Union and Central Europe (the Eastern Bloc). He published several books on Marxist theory and the criticism of capitalism, such as Parliamentary Socialism (1961), The State in Capitalist Society (1969), and Marxism and Politics (1977), and he edited the Writings of the Left series (Jonathan Cape and Grove Press, 1972–1973).

Both of his sons, David and Ed Miliband, went on to become senior members of the Labour Party following their father's death. David was the British Foreign Secretary from 2007 to 2010, whilst Ed became Energy and Climate Change Secretary and was later elected party leader, serving between 2010 and 2015.

If they bothered to create a character with a back story, they don't want him to just die, so roll in his sons. An interesting linguistic link between Ralph's New Left movement, and the branding for Tony Blair's New Labour, I'm guessing both selling Blair's Third Way, Public-Private Partnerships promoting Godless fake agendas like COVID-19 and Climate Change.

'New Labour' consigned to history, May 2014
'New Labour' consigned to history, May 2014

I think what we do see is a running theme, and it's Marxism, clearly actually created by the British/Russian establishment. It's worth noting that Tsar Nicholas II and George V were doppelgangers...or is that just trick photography? I mean, what do we know of the Romanov family, they were apparently carted off to Siberia then executed, buried in a secret unmarked grave, and never seen again. Hmm...

Cousins Tsar Nicholas and George V
Cousins Tsar Nicholas and George V

Plastic-face Starmer AKA Tristram Hunt "crossed an authorised University and College Union picket line at Queen Mary University of London to teach his students about 'Marx, Engels and the Making of Marxism'". ...Actions speak louder than words...tells us exactly what MARXISTS and MARXISM is really about. — "Fuck the workers!" — I definitely reckon this is what killed the Tristram Hunt identity.

Going back to Ed, it is to be noted he was at Charles III Proclamation as King, which we can be pretty sure was broadcast without trickery, given the legal ramifications regarding Charles being King of Scotland, which is a contract which is renewed afresh at the very beginning of every English Monarch's reign. Ed Miliband was a guest who signed as a witness. It is to be noted Rishi Sunak was nowhere to be seen...us here knowing exactly why.

Britain's Charles III formally proclaimed king


We can guess this is also why Liz Truss won a bogus leadership race only to resign, what was it, 42 days later? It was one of the magic numbers anyway. Replaced by Rishi-Rich AKA Ed. I'm guessing Ed Miliband was always going to take over from Boris once the COVID scam had been run, and that's why he was brought in from nowhere as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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A comprehensive review of the "JFK in Dallas" psyop

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This is similar to Miles Mathis but more readable.

https://pieceofmindful.com/2017/03/05/jfktv/
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Looks like that Tyrone McCloskey JFKTV thread will be a very good read. I like the way it starts...

https://pieceofmindful.com/2017/03/05/jfktv/
This book can be read as a spoof of JFK research or as nonfiction, your choice. Because none of the radical content of this book is provable beyond a reasonable doubt, there is no reason to insist that what is offered is fact. There are some facts included, but the premise and conclusion herein may seem more like satire than reasoned speculation. I won’t hold a gun to your head and insist you believe anything in this volume.

That said, the fact that a half-century of research has not produced a definite answer to the JFK assassination, nor has it brought anyone to justice, it is long overdue to question whether or not the assassination took place at all. And it’s reasonable to ask that question in a country that still insists it operates under the rule of law.

With that in mind, divest yourself of all assumptions about how the world works and try to keep your critical faculties engaged at the expense of your emotions. Within this fascist construct we now find ourselves, it is obvious that the faith we have had in “official” history has been misplaced...

Very much so...I think the thing is not to be too precious about the things we unearth even if we feel the weight of probability is on our side. We all get things right, we all get things wrong, the thing I love about this thread, I know I'm onto something that makes more sense than the reality that is presented to us. And if I can use certain things to predict others correctly, there is value in the model. But I realise to some readers it's claims are a bridge too far...I think I'm going to enjoy that JFK read.
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When Scotland was Jewish.

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Throwing this on the table to provoke a response from some of our UK and Australian listeners.

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