Open Thread – Saturday, 25 February 2023

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  1. Steve trickler says:

    rosie says:
    February 27, 2023 at 11:20 pm
    I watched two minutes of that john Levi vid.


    Two minutes?

    That’s all we need to know. It confirms your trust in establishment history.

    Quick to shoot your mouth off and trust the experts. Just like you did with the jabs.

    [Edited – Admin]

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  2. Steve trickler says:

    Levi, alluded to Australia. It is not something you just make your mind up in two minutes, like the clown that chimed in. Take your time and suss it out. It can take months…or you soak up everything the establishment historians want you to do and you just go into sheep status.

    “I refuse to believe in any alternate view of history!”

    Gee whiz.


    John Levi:

    Today we explore Sydney Australia plus an old map bonus.
    I hope you enjoy 😉

    Sydney and the Lost Map of America

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  3. Steve trickler says:

    Cash, meets snow.


    woof bark growl:

    Cash’s first time in the snow! Snow in Los Angeles county down to 1000ft elevation is unusual. We took advantage of that to head up interstate 5 to find fresh snow and we did. The recent storms prompted blizzard warnings which is almost unheard of in Southern California. This video was recorded just off the Templin Hwy exit heading north from Castaic.

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane in the snow off Interstate 5 up the Grapevine (1 of 2)

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  4. Steve trickler says:

    I hope that “stray” Cash caught up with gets some attention. The redness above the nose did not look good.

    Just saying.

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  5. Steve trickler says:

    I’m a bit late to the party. Campbell, has helped bring awareness to people from overseas…and locals, as to what’s going on here with the questioning.

    Most wouldn’t have a clue about Rennick’s and Robert’s channels on sussietube. NO fault of theirs. They know now.


    Dr. John Campbell.

    Questions from Australian Senators

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  6. Steve trickler says:

    A comment on sussietube. 1 day ago.

    This is all news to me and I live in Sydney and follow the news diligently.
    What about Senator Rennick? Amazing display by a politician who clearly cares about the public good and does the hard yards!
    Thanks as always for your tireless efforts Dr. Campbell.

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  7. mh says:

    IEarlGrey has a banner at top of his YouTube channel

    Banned By YouTube 23/02/23 – 02/03/2023

    Be sure to check out his channel.
    The guy is an ex military Englishman who lives in St Petersburg.

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  8. Entropy says:

    I have come to the conclusion it is best to use a very sceptical eye on any opinion stories on YouTube about hidden conspiracies. It is a good rule to suspect it will be unhinged.

    And best to minimise contact with people that send multiple links to multiple YouTube stories. They spend waaay too much time watching them.

    Like the old days when one’s neighbour would spend hours late at night listening to tapes while recreational ploughing in the tractor. It never ends well.

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  9. mh says:

    The Media Is Seething After Woody Harrelson Drops Truth Bombs About Big Pharma During SNL Monologue

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  10. Shy Ted says:

    Top End weather report –

    Stranded residents call for help
    The remote outstation of Woodycupildiya, about 180 kilometres south-west of Darwin, has been cut off by the recent rainfall.
    With roads impassable and creeks swelling, the outstation’s 31 residents — comprising 16 adults and 15 children — have said they don’t have food, and are worried about dwindling power and medical supplies. “We tried going up the road and all the creeks were up,” resident Kenny Ah Fat said.
    “We couldn’t get onto the main Port Keats or Peppimenarti road to get to Daly River, and that more or less has blocked us off.”
    Mr Ah Fat said without a store, residents had run out of food, and resorted to catching a pig in the wild to feed the community.
    “There’s no food at all, I’m telling you we’ve got none,” she said. “My stomach is just about bloody nearly touching my back bone. “Nearly a week [we’ve been without food], about four or five days. Nothing to give the kids for lunch, even. “If we don’t get any help today, they’re going to go to sleep hungry.”
    Another Woodycupildiya local, Margaret Miler, said she was concerned about treatment for her diabetes as medical supplies in the community dwindled. “I am a sick old lady, I am a diabetic,” she said. “What are we going to do if we run out of tablets (to treat our diabetes)? Then what are we going to do?”
    Mr Ah Fat and the other residents want to be evacuated to Darwin until the roads become passable, or a reliable food supply can be set up. “This is an emergency, but they’re (the NT government and emergency services) not taking it seriously. We need to be put somewhere like Marrara (evacuation centre),” he said. The station still has water, but residents told the ABC they were concerned if diesel fuel ran out they would lose access to clean water and power. The ABC understands the NT government will provide food drops to Woodycupildiya in coming days.

    White man bad until we need them.

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  11. Shy Ted says:

    The road out of town
    It’s as low as it’s been in weeks. Still no Tim Tams.

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  12. mh says:

    The young boy who survived the Sea World helicopter crash that killed his mum and three others has had his leg amputated from the knee down.

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  13. Steve trickler says:

    These smaller quakes are finishing off a lot of buildings.


    Disaster Compilations:

    28 Feb 2023 #deprem #malatya #earthquake
    A magnitude 5.2 earthquake has hit eastern Turkey, killing at least one person and wounding dozens while causing some damaged buildings to collapse.

    Monday’s earthquake became the latest major tremor to rock southern Turkey as the region rebuilds from earlier massive quakes that killed more than 50,000 people across southern Turkey and northwest Syria.

    The latest quake was centred in the town of Yesilyurt in Malatya province, the country’s disaster management agency (AFAD) said, adding that one person was killed when a factory collapsed in Kahramanmaras, the epicentre of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that hit the region on February 6, and 69 others were injured.

    Yesilyurt’s Mayor Mehmet Cinar told HaberTurk television that a number of buildings in the town collapsed, including a four-storey building where a father and daughter were trapped.

    Cinar said the pair had entered the damaged building to collect belongings.

    AFAD said that 32 people were saved in Malatya after the latest tremor.

    Television images showed the man being carried on a stretcher into an ambulance, while rescue teams were trying to make contact with his daughter inside the damaged building.

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan acknowledged the shortcomings of his government’s response to the February 6 earthquakes as he spoke at a news conference in Adiyaman, one of the provinces hardest hit by the disaster.

    “In the first days, we were not able to conduct work as efficiently as we wanted to in Adiyaman, for reasons such as the destructive impact of the tremors, adverse weather and challenges due to the damaged infrastructure,” Erdogan said, asking for the understanding of Adiyaman residents on Monday.

    M5.2 Aftershock Hits Malatya, Turkey – Feb. 27, 2023 | Malatya’da deprem

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  14. Steve trickler says:

    No doubt such taxes will be introduced here.


    Reverend Simon Sideways:

    TYRES AND BRAKES TAX!!!! the latest rip off!!!!!

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  15. Steve trickler says:

    None dare call it a conspiracy.


    Stew Peters:

    Innocent Canadian children have died in the thousands because of the death vaccine.
    Odessa Orlewicz joins Stew to talk about the plethora of kids who are dying suddenly.
    80% of Canadian children have been double vaxxed.
    Provinces are no longer reporting the number of flu deaths to conceal the surge in vaccine-related fatalities.
    A murderous regime from around the world has colluded together to kill our children!

    THOUSANDS Of Canadian Children Are DYING SUDDENLY! Fully Vaxxed & BOOSTED Kids Unexpectedly DROP DEAD

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  16. kaysee kaysee says:

    Peanuts & Co. are backkkkk on the Cat. 🙂

    Thanks, Cold-Hands.

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  17. kaysee kaysee says:

    IEarlGrey has a banner at top of his YouTube channel

    Banned By YouTube 23/02/23 – 02/03/2023

    He is using his alternate channels.

    BANNED. The War Against Independent Media

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  18. mh says:

    Elon squeezes

    Interesting move.

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  19. kaysee kaysee says:

    I have come to the conclusion it is best to use a very sceptical eye on any opinion stories on YouTube about hidden conspiracies. It is a good rule to suspect it will be unhinged.

    I don’t know if the above statements are in reference to any particular video – I’m reading it as a general comment.

    This has been a query on my mind, over the past week. Any item in the news can develop wings and take off in any direction depending on our own biases and what we want the truth to be – not what it really is. There are “conspiracy theorists” and conspiracy theorists.

    We have been called “Conspiracy theorists” on certain topics.
    But we’ve followed the facts and come to the right conclusion.
    – Covid: For nearly 3 years now, we’ve had plenty of proof on this virus, vaccines, masks, lockdowns ….. and they have been reputable sources.
    – Global warming: Years of evidence to prove it is a hoax.
    – Ukraine war: Plenty of history to show that Russia is not the villain.

    What set off the reflection is the whole incident related to the Trains of Wieambilla. There seems to be two groups: those who are pro-Trains and those who are pro-police/government/MSM.

    I am not able to align myself with either group because the available facts are limited. There is a lot of speculation based on some previous information and comments from the Trains. I came across an article that makes me wonder what is going on. Unless there are substantial facts to make a case one way or the other, it seems like a crime thriller novel with drugs, international espionage and mind control.

    Did email reveal Train family as threat to MK Ultra web of control?

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  20. kaysee kaysee says:

    He’s starting again.

    James O’Keefe

    The hunter becomes the hunted

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  21. kaysee kaysee says:

    Citizens for Sanity

    The wait is over! Citizens for Sanity is out with a brand new ad exposing the RACIST equity mandates destroying our society. Equity = Bigotry. Pass it on.

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  22. kaysee kaysee says:

    School suspends sex education
    after drag queen ‘told 11-year-olds there are 73 genders’

    When one “upset” child responded and said “there’s only two”, the drag queen allegedly responded “you’ve upset me” and made the pupil leave the class.

    Some 11-year-olds at the school were taught about oral and anal sex, while another group learned about sex change operations and were shown how skin graft taken from a girl’s arm could be used on an artificial penis, according to reports.

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  23. Steve trickler says:

    Who was that alphabet agency responsible for flooding the black neighborhoods with, ahem, white lines?

    Oh, I’m sorry, that is a conspiracy. Shhh.

    Anyway, race relations were way better back then when this track came out.

    Good fun with the dancing and pertinent lyrics to boot. Still so relevant today.

    Grandmaster Flash – White Lines

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  24. JohnJJJ says:

    Adelaide Festival is in a fix. They lost their accountants!

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  25. Cold-Hands says:


    (Scott Adams must update “Dilbert” later than the other strips. Either I’ll see it later, or we’ll end up missing a day).

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  26. Cold-Hands says:

    Some Dilbert’s we missed…




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  27. Old bloke says:

    From MH’s post above about BASF’s woes…

    The year was “dominated by the consequences of the war in Ukraine and in particular by increased raw material and energy prices”, BASF said in a statement on Friday. It paid additional energy costs of €3.2bn (£2.8bn) globally during 2022.

    It’s not the war in Ukraine which cut off Germany’s cheap gas supply, it was Germany’s government which sanctioned the supply for its boss in Babylon. The Babylonians went and blew it up anyway to make sure Germany didn’t backslide.

    and has previously announced a €7.3bn writedown on plants in Russia that have been expropriated.

    Russia did well out of the seizure of foreign assets business. The EU initially claimed that they had seized 350 Billion euros of Russian assets, including Russian Central Bank reserves in Germany, now they can’t find it. Putin has announced that the Russians have seized $170 Billion euros (or US dollars?) in foreign assets. It looks like the Russians came out on top.

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  28. Old bloke says:

    I wonder what happened to the Visa / Mastercard debts in Russia when those credit card companies shut up shop. Do those Russians with credit card debts now have no debt?

    It looks like the West stuffed up quite badly with their sanctions, the Russian MIR card and transaction system will hurt Visa / Mastercard badly when it’s accepted throughout the BRICS nations, i.e., 80% of the world’s population.

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  29. mh says:

    Stiff upper lip and think of Zelensky


    LONDON — Britain’s biggest supermarkets are limiting purchases of certain fruit and vegetables as supply shortages lead to empty shelves.

    Britain’s biggest supermarket chain, Tesco, has limited purchases of tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers to three items per customer. It said the move was due to poor weather conditions overseas and was working with suppliers to “get things back to normal.”

    Asda has further set a three-item limit on lettuce, salad bags, cauliflower and raspberries, while Morrisons is limiting shoppers to two items for cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes and peppers. Germany-based discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have also introduced restrictions.

    Groups including the National Farmers’ Union had previously warned that British farmers were struggling with higher energy costs, which is reducing their ability to grow certain fruits and vegetables in heated greenhouses. Other Northern European farmers are facing similar issues; while tomato disease and elevated fuel costs are further challenges.

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  30. Old bloke says:

    I’ve got both a Visa and a Mastercard. I think I’ll run up huge debts on both and then phone the credit card companies and tell them I identify as a Russian.

    That looks like a good plan if they just write-off the debts.

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  31. mh says:

    The Age

    Adidas has $742 million worth of Kanye West sneakers and no good options

    … The company ended its relationship with the entertainer, who now goes by Ye, in late October following a string of controversies beginning with him appearing in a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt at his Paris Fashion Week show.

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  32. Steve trickler says:


    ATC was rattled. Other pilots said, see ya! No doubt the pilots were thinking ATC was a liability…I’m not landing there! F*ck that!

    NEAR MID-AIR COLLISION at Burbank | “Is he off the runway yet?”

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  33. mh says:

    A controversial New Zealand pizza chain known for giving away free vibrators and using deer blood in tomato sauce is launching in Australia, choosing Brisbane for its first store.

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  34. mh says:

    More crap stories

    A resident in one high-end Brisbane suburb has lashed out at a neighbour who has been lobbing their dog’s droppings from the balcony of their unit.

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  35. Old bloke says:

    John Levi:

    Today we explore Sydney Australia plus an old map bonus.
    I hope you enjoy 😉

    I think he’s quite bonkers but in a harmless eccentric way, not dangerous, but I love his old photos. He’s surprised that people built a city in the bush, I expect that he’s wondering why there’s no photos of kangaroos riding in the Bondi tram.

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  36. Shy Ted says:

    I think Scott Adams has his hands full with other things.
    There are a ton of them. The left have got their wish, race wars, all very one-sided at the moment

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  37. mh says:


    Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said before the election “we have said we have no intention of making any super changes”.


    Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced tax on super earnings over $3 million will double from 15 per cent to 30 per cent in two years’ time.

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  38. mh says:

    kaysee says:
    February 28, 2023 at 2:25 pm

    BANNED. The War Against Independent Media


    Fascinating video from Mike Jones aka iEarlGrey

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  39. Steve trickler says:

    Old bloke says:
    February 28, 2023 at 7:22 pm

    He’s lucid and knows the deal. History as we it, is absolute sh*t. ALL OF IT. Much like Columbus discovering the Americas, the Dutch discovering West OZ as a first. These places had been discovered thousands of years previous from past civilizations, far more advanced than one wants imagine. Taking comfort in establishment history books is so, so easy.

    Anyway, it doesn’t matter. Each to their own.

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  40. mh says:

    Trickler, I saw this comment on Stew Peters Network:

    8 hours ago
    So sorry for what you are going thru. My daughter too was pregnant with her second baby. She too told me I was not allowed to see my grand babies unless I took the shots and did testing every time. I told her my grandkids mean everything to me and that is why I am NOT getting an experimental biogenetic gene therapy shot nor will I participate in their testing bs where the tests are 97% INACCURATE ! I knew something was not right about two weeks into the plandemic. I was never once afraid nor did I buy what they were selling, I am a divorced mom with one daughter, one adult son. My relationship with my daughter has been destroyed. I missed two effin years of my grand babies lives. I am finally allowed over, but the damage is done, I don’t even feel comfortable being there and Ihugging and kissing my grand babies in front of my daughter is something I rarely do, unless my daughter is in another room or if Im babysitting them. So many times she threw in my face that Im a gaslighting conspiracy theorist, I must not love my grand babies if I refuse to do what she says and that Im putting them in danger. I am still so angry for what our corrupt government and their sidekicks have done to many families. I can only hope and pray my daughter did not have them injected with the BIOWEAPON. We don’t even talk about it, as much as I want to tell her how worried I am something may happen to her or her husband and give her all the truth filled articles but she’d probably tell me not to come back. Absolutely tragic what these evil scumbags did!

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  41. rosie says:

    You are correct Old Bloke.
    No attempt to explain why, in 1870, people with a huge pool of labourers and sufficient building materials, and innovative use of steel couldn’t build a building in under two years.
    Just a hand wave.
    Not long after that the Eiffel tower was built in just 22 months.

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  42. Steve trickler says:

    mh says:
    February 28, 2023 at 8:18 pm

    Pamzy, has enough info at hand now to tell the family to sit down and follow the deceptive trail. All should be forgiven after doing so, with a focus then on the evil bastards who put people in such a situation…easy to say, hard to implement when trying to tell people they have been brainwashed and misled.

    That brings me to my close friend. He and wife, both early forties, struggled to have a kid. They eventually succeeded…this was prior to the C-19 scam kicking in. Lo and behold, when the scam did kick in, they got sucked in by the media and are now double jabbed. After the last visit he conceded his son has not had the jab…I looked at him and said, don’t you dare get that sh*t injected into his arm. Needless to say, the body language was telling. He didn’t like it, but he knew I was sincere.

    “You f*cked up, do not do it with your son”, in essence.

    The same friend that told me ivermectin was a horse dewormer…correcting him on that was fun. Most here know the deal with that. The power of the MSM is amazing…his father was a Stokes newspaper editor. Need I say more.

    I’ve told him point blank to stop watching TV and the MSM…and as a segue, stop subjecting your kid to cartoons, FFS!

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  43. Steve trickler says:

    rosie says:
    February 28, 2023 at 8:55 pm
    You are correct Old Bloke.
    No attempt to explain why, in 1870, people with a huge pool of labourers and sufficient building materials, and innovative use of steel couldn’t build a building in under two years.
    Just a hand wave.
    Not long after that the Eiffel tower was built in just 22 months.

    Keep digging, you’ll click. Did you notice the windows at ground level in Rome?

    What are your thoughts on the render being deliberately removed from the ancient buildings in Malta?

    Why did they do that, rosie?

    [Edited – Admin]

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  44. Steve trickler says:


    What are your thoughts on the render being deliberately removed from the ancient buildings in Malta?

    The outer layer of the buildings. What’s left of the render today, suggests they looked magnificent in their prime, whereas today, they look like low tech sh*t and decaying.

    True story.

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  45. Cold-Hands says:

    segue, stop subjecting your kid to cartoons, FFS!

    Cartoons are fine as long as they were produced before, say, the late 1990’s (with an exemption for Southpark (for when he’s older), which tells it like it is).

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  46. mh says:

    Ed Dowd Talks to Tucker Carlson Concerning Excess Deaths (Complete Interview)

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    You’ll either scroll past or watch.


    John Levi:

    In this exploration of the world wide reset we will examine the world’s oldest clock in Salisbury England, the World’s Fair of 1867 in Paris France, and a mysterious piece of sculpture in the Lincoln Cathedral in England.
    ***As it turns out the clock that I show is not the Salisbury clock after all but rather a clock in Prague.***
    It should not affect the video as I was using the clocks to show how old clocks were, according to the historical narrative. Most of these clocks date back to the 1300’s.

    Dear master: How will I get over the pain of this or that?
    Dear student: You will not, you will only get used to it.

    Keeping Time (1867 Paris World’s Fair)

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  48. Steve trickler says:

    How did the ancients know about this? And people think Star Forts have no connection. 😎

    Frequency and sounds!

    Fun to watch.


    Nigel Stanford:

    CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music – Nigel Stanford

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  49. Steve trickler says:

    Gorgeous and lethal. This franchise is worth checking out.

    Escapism is always welcome.

    The Witch Fights Her Way To Ark (2022) 4K Scene | The Witch: Part 2 Action Movie Clip & Trailer

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  50. mh says:

    Longtime minor league pitcher Matt Pobereyko died Friday near Chicago, his family announced on Monday. Pobereyko was 31.

    Pobereyko collapsed suddenly on Friday in his apartment before being found by his girlfriend, his brother, Daniel, told NBC News. The Hammond, Ind., native was living in Warrenville, a western suburb of Chicago, during the offseason of the Mexican Pacific Winter League.

    His current team, Saraperos de Saltillo, issued a statement on Saturday claiming that the pitcher died of a heart attack, but a spokesperson for the DuPage County Coroner’s Office said the death was “still pending investigation” and that it could take nearly eight weeks for a formal cause of death to be determined.

    Daniel Pobereyko said his brother’s death came as a shock to the entire family, including their parents, who had visited him earlier that week.

    “He just dropped and that’s all we know,” Daniel Pobereyko said. “We don’t know. There’s nothing outstanding on the autopsy. But from what I understand, he would have gotten a clean bill of health if he had a pulse.”…

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  51. mh says:

    This sounds raw

    Joy Division \ Les Bains Douches 18 December 1979 Paris, 2001 [Full Album]

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  52. mh says:

    Ron with Tucker

    Ron DeSantis: Florida has become the focus point of freedom

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  53. Steve trickler says:

    This is for Elizabeth @Dovers.

    Don’t hurt yourself.


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  54. Steve trickler says:



    John Stossel:

    American shipbuilders have a disgusting monopoly. I confront a shipping lobbyist who uses government to ban competition.

    The Jones Act Makes Shipping More Expensive

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  55. Steve trickler says:

    Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc:

    Passing Observations 144
    25TH FEBRUARY 2023

    1. If you watched the second series of Jeremy Clarkson’s farming programme you will have probably noticed that Master Clarkson appeared to be surprised, frustrated and bewildered by the local council’s apparent unwillingness to help him and other local farmers. How naïve can you get? I suspect that poor Jeremy is too woke to understand that no councils and no governments want farms.

    2. I strongly suspect that Wikipedia (the fake, discredited and corrupt encyclopaedia) is being partly edited by bots who, like many of the ‘real’ editors have no relevant qualifications and are promoting specific pieces of propaganda designed to promote the interests of the conspirators and their friends in the contemptible worlds of arms, pharmaceuticals and banking.

    3. Wind power, solar power, biofuels and hydrogen are all no more than silly toys designed to entertain the simple minded who have been indoctrinated into believing that climate change is real. There are only five serious sources of energy: oil, gas, coal, nuclear power and hydroelectric.

    4. I wonder how many of the people who cheered and clapped the covid woman at Wimbledon will still cheer and clap if she is at Wimbledon this summer? And how many will boo and shout ‘shame’?

    5. The UK’s next government is almost certain to be a mixture of Labour, Liberal and Green politicians. The fanatical greens are extremist, dangerous and far more powerful than their number of members suggests. The Greens seem to be particularly popular in Brighton and I wonder if someone has been putting something funny in the water there.

    6. NATO, which is campaigning to be supplied with more arms, has admitted that the war in Ukraine started in 2014 and not 2022 when Russia officially invaded.

    7. We had some balloons left over from Christmas. I’ve put them into a cupboard to stop the American air force from shooting them down.

    8. If you aren’t terrified enough by what is going on in the world, take a look at the website for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. The Blair Institute advises governments around the world. This is what they say: ‘We advise political leaders worldwide on strategy, policy and delivery and we see technology as the key enabler across all three.’

    9. The UK Government’s insane target is to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 78% by 2035. This is obviously a joke but nevertheless I suggest you plan to invest in warm clothing and acquire a taste for salads and cold soup.

    10. Goldman Sachs, the American bank that gives banking a bad name, is to pay out more than $4 million in fines in the US over allegations that it misled its asset management customers about the actual sustainability of some of its ESG investments. I’m shocked.

    11. Only 1 in 5 new car buyers in the UK now chooses an electric vehicle. Most car buyers are awake to the con and realise that an electric car is about as much use as a leaky teapot.

    12. Mining for crypto-currencies uses the same amount of electricity as the nation of Sweden. Mining for Bitcoin uses 0.5% of all global electric consumption.

    13. Workers in the UK (especially those in what used to be called the middle classes) face the longest period of wage stagnation since the 1820s. If you want to know more read my book They want your money and your life which, as far as I know, is available from no bricks and mortar bookshops whatsoever but which can be purchased freely and without trouble from the bookshop on this website. May all the bricks and mortar bookshops go bust – they have betrayed writers.

    14. The hard spray foam insulation that was heavily promoted for homes a year or two ago is now causing worries among experts who think it could cause problems. Gosh, another surprise.

    15. Am I the only one who finds that the background noise has changed when I talk to people in offices on the telephone? Instead of hearing the clatter of keyboards, I hear radios, televisions, dogs and children. And the people I talk to are endlessly distracted by their radios, television, dogs and children.

    16. The conspirators expect us to trust and not question their orders. The staggering thing is that even after all their advice has been proven wrong and damaging, most people still do exactly what they are told. I reckon the covid-19 pseudo-vaccine has knocked the average IQ down by 20 or 30 points at least. (That’s more than I previously thought.)

    17. As I have frequently warned, as a result of the chaos caused by Truss and Kwarteng (who sound like a firm of accountants), pensions have been devastated. Savers approaching their retirement may have to work longer, find extra jobs or abandon the idea of eating while they are retired. The pensions of Truss and Kwarteng will, of course, be unaffected by one of the great political cock-ups of modern times.

    18. It’s no great secret that local councils and planning departments have for decades been run by the dregs. Now things are worse. They are run by graduates of the WEF and Common Purpose. Voting in elections is now a complete waste of time. At least 99% of all political representatives are corrupt. It doesn’t matter who wins

    19. Only very ugly people wear masks. They do so that we don’t have to look at their repulsive features. We should be grateful to them for their thoughtfulness.

    20. I see that His Royal Hypocrite Charlie has co-written a book on climate change. If he’s going to enter my business (writing books) I’m going to enter his. I am going to doing some light ruling on Monday next and I will also be available for opening things (envelopes, cupboards, etc.) from that date. I will also plant trees as long as someone else digs the hole.


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  56. Steve trickler says:

    Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc
    28TH FEBRUARY 2023

    ESG – stands for environmental, social and governance but really means doing everything possible to combat non-existent climate change.

    Using the global warming fraud as an excuse, ESG was invented by globalist conspirators to destroy companies, jobs, pensions, savings and ultimately everything of value.

    And once you realise that was the aim you have to admit that ESG is working very well.

    Politicians, green liberal lefty commies and financial commentators everywhere, especially those in the media, are all devoted to the principles of ESG. They live for it. They dream of it at night. They encourage, and bully, companies to make decisions which will almost certainly cost everyone real money and yet do absolutely nothing whatsoever to make the world a better place.

    What the ESG enthusiasts probably don’t realise, and wouldn’t care much if they did, is that real people, investors and electors included, don’t give a fig about ESG. They know that climate change is a fraud and they know that no one – especially those nutty groups who go around glueing themselves to policemen – really give a damn about the environment. They cheer the introduction of beavers but if they knew anything about nature they’d know that beavers make dams which flood farmland making it only suitable for the building of homes which will flood every time there is a shower.

    ESG was invented and is promoted by a small group of billionaire conspirators whose aim is to destroy your life and to make themselves ever richer.

    The aim is to promote the policies of radical left wing liberals who want to destroy the world and bring in the Great Reset. They believe in wealth equalisation, which means that they want what you’ve got, but they don’t believe in private investors, freedom of speech or biological gender. They believe that the middle classes must be destroyed, that capitalism is bad and that the world would be a much better place if they had all the money and you and I simply shut up and did what we were told. They are science deniers who believe in woke governance and they constantly introduce new laws to push their absurd political agendas. They love the EU, which is every fascist’s dream and every freedom lover’s nightmare, they love diversity and sustainability and will make you crawl through broken glass if they can have more of both.

    They’ll vote for a nuclear war if they think it will bring them what they want. (They are too stupid to realise that in a nuclear war there will be no winners and anyone left alive will wish they were dead.) What the self-righteous, self- deluded radical left wing liberals don’t realise is that they are working on behalf of their sponsors – the billionaire conspirators who just know that the world will be a much better place if THEY have all the money and you and I and the radical left wing liberals who want to destroy the world just shut up and did what we were all told.

    The gofers behind ESG are people like Schwab, Blair, king Charles, Soros, Musk and Gates. But the string pullers are Fink of Black Rock, Bloomberg of Bloomberg, Paulson, Solomon of Goldman Sachs, the evil bank which appears to be the bastard child of unholy alliance between Shylcock and Fagin and Rothschild of, well, Rothschild.

    That is what ESG is all about.

    The corrupt conspirators and the corrupted and compliant collaborators will do everything they can to win their war without us. They aren’t interested in consensus politics. They are totally committed to control and power and to ending the game with all the money. They have deliberately, meticulously destroyed every tradition we have. They know that our culture is built on our history, and they are determined to remove everything of which we are proud.

    But there is a scrap of good news.

    In America, investors are turning their back on ESG investment funds.

    In 2020 and 2021, US investors put loads of money into ESG funds.

    But in 2022, the amount money invested in ESG funds fell by 96%.

    With luck the ESG nonsense could soon be over. And not a minute too soon.


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  57. Steve trickler says:

    One more.


    Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc
    28TH FEBRUARY 2023

    1. The US Secretary of State said that big countries shouldn’t bully other countries. Someone should tell him that since the end of the Cold War, the US has taken part in 251 military operations outside the US. American politicians who over-filled with a sense of moral outrage (and assumed authority) at what happens far away should remember that American intervention in Iraq resulted in 1.4 million deaths and intervention in Afghanistan resulted in 37 million people being displaced from their homes. And then there was Vietnam.

    2. Overuse of the word ‘discredited’ to describe journalists who tell the truth but who upset the CIA and other government agencies is likely to push those who are unfairly labelled ‘discredited’ into being even more determined to share essential truths because they have nothing to lose.

    3. The Financial Times in London reports that the fake pandemic cost British taxpayers £376 billion. Actually, the so-called pandemic cost a tiny fraction of that. At least £375 billion of the £376 billion was a result of authoritarian and unjustifiable policies.

    4. The BBC recently became upset after their offices in India were visited by the police. Mainstream journalists were outraged and there was much talk about freedom of speech being threatened. None of the articles I saw mentioned the fact that the BBC (which has financial links to Bill Gates, the vaccine enthusiast) steadfastly refuses to allow anyone criticising vaccines onto their airwaves. The name ‘BBC’ and `freedom of speech’ do not fit comfortably into the same sentence. The BBC’s enthusiasm about the climate change fraud appears similarly one-sided.

    5. Knowing that Zelensky, the Ukrainian puppet, used to play the piano with his penis on television made me wonder if other leaders have similar skills. Is this something Boris Johnson has mastered, for example? Can Joe Biden pick up golf balls with his anal sphincter and fire them 50 feet into the air? Can Spare Harry construct a whole sentence without mentioning himself? Finally, will Zelensky be invited to perform his party trick at Charles’s coronation? I do hope so.

    6. A celebrity has apparently expressed an ambition to be a fisherthem. I thought it was a joke but I fear it was not. I don’t have the energy to despair so I shall limit myself to feeling perturbed.

    7. In the UK, someone disappears every 90 seconds. In case you are wondering why the mainstream media in the UK devoted most of its energies during the last few weeks to the disappearance of just one individual, consider this: during that period little or no coverage was given to the fact that the US blew up the Nord Stream pipeline (thereby causing a massive increase in energy prices in Europe). Oh, and as the excellent and valuable Expose website pointed out, the mainstream media also forgot to mention that in 2022, mortality rates were lowest among those who rejected the covid jabs. And the UK Government’s own figures show that 92% of covid deaths were among the triple jabbed. Crumbs. The surprises just keep coming.

    8. The British individuals who are sanctimoniously taking Ukraine citizens into their homes are given up to £500 a month of local taxpayers’ money. This seems likely to rise to £700 each. And councils receive £10,500 of taxpayers’ money for every Ukrainian citizen in their area. As far as I can find out there is no such arrangement for the citizens of Yemen. This isn’t philanthropy or aid; it’s politics and part of the designer war. It also looks like racism. And why a bankrupt country which is failing in every respect is doling out so much money is a mystery.

    9. Modern motor cars are fitted with all sorts of chips which enable the authorities to see where you travel. Those clever devices which tell the breakdown services where you are will give the same information to GCHQ, etc. And how long before the authorities will be able to turn off all car engines if and when they want to? Probably wise not to buy a new car.

    10. If President Donald Trump is sent to prison will his secret service protection detail go with him?

    11. Sunak’s deal with the EU over Northern Ireland is the first move towards taking Britain back into the EU. And the conspirators won’t make the mistake of allowing the British people a chance to vote against the move. The wicked, fascist Remainers were never going to let the voters mess things up. Read my book `The shocking history of the EU’ if you want to know the truth about how the EU was created. It really will shock you.


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  58. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Untold Story of a ‘Miracle Drug’

    • Discovered on a golf course in Japan
    • Has brought river blindness to the brink of elimination
    • Won the Nobel prize in 2015
    • Recognized, 2nd to penicillin, for having the greatest impact on human health
    • Over 3.7B doses

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  59. kaysee kaysee says:

    9 children (ages 5 -17) were shot at a Georgia gas station by a 35-year old man, last week.

    Did you hear the media give this story the headlines?

    Wonder why?

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  60. kaysee kaysee says:

    An unfunny comedian – an actor – is laughing all the way to the trillionaire bank club.

    And the brain-washed, flag-waving taxpayers, all over the world, don’t realise it.

    Did the puppet masters decide he was suitable for their plans when they watched this?

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  61. kaysee kaysee says:

    There was so much of material available on the topic of Islam and its extremism when I was writing the post, I had to leave off some of it. In the Western world, there are daily incidents and it may be that we have grown immune or it doesn’t bother us.

    As it is in our blog post for this week* I am trying to add stories that I come across.
    (*I am inserting links for those who may not be regulars and wonder what I am talking about.)

    Here is a story from last week.
    This happened in a secondary school in West Yorkshire, UK.

    Four UK students have been suspended from a West Yorkshire secondary school after a copy of the Quran was accidentally “damaged” by students between the ages of 10 and 14. Despite no malicious intent being found, the school felt a slight smudge “crossed the line” and warranted the suspension of children, one of whom is “highly autistic.” The children were also bombarded with death threats.

    The school’s decision came after a pressure campaign led by the Elected Councillor for Wakefield East, Muslim Akef Akbar, and the Islamic community involving intimidation, demands, and death threats….

    There is no blasphemy law in the UK: there is no law or rule to revere or ‘respect’ any book, so why are police and “community leaders” involved?

    They have come into the UK and are now dictating to and threatening everyone. Why has the school submitted to this and suspended the students for what was accidental?

    Here are questions from Robert Spencer:

    “If a Bible had been taken to school and suffered a slight tear to the cover and smears of dirt on some of the pages,’ would the students involved have been suspended despite having no malicious intent and given lessons in the respect they should give to the book,” asks Robert Spencer. Would the cops have been called in? Would Christians be trying to kill young children? Would Christian leaders empathize or allow their flock to target and mark children for death?

    Read the complete articles.
    UK Councillor Akef Akbar Leads ‘Deadly’ Intimidation Campaign Against Pupils

    Cops called in, students suspended

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  62. kaysee kaysee says:

    The first article above is introduced with these lines:

    Muslims have put the free world on notice: if you insult Muhammad, Islam, their holy books, or even fail to consider Islamic law (Sharia) in all things, they will harm you, and no exceptions will be made for children or those who have neurological and developmental disorders.

    The free world is busy with other priorities like marching in parades with colourful flags.

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  63. mh says:

    Queensland Health spent a staggering $195 million on rapid antigen tests that the department no longer has a use for, a new report has revealed, as the total department costs for Covid-19 reached nearly $1.4 billion.

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  64. mh says:

    George Galloway

    38,436 views 28 Feb 2023
    “INTERVIEW: Journalist Mike Jones explains how even Americans are waking up to the West’s propaganda and taking a fresh look at Russia’s perspective


    Mike Jones = iEarlGrey

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  65. Steve trickler says:

    Someone other than John Levi.

    You seriously have to be f*cked in the head when it comes to believing the official narrative. Building these structures in 1876 with horse and carts…none dare mention the steel the works ( energy required of that ) and the related logistics, transporting the final product around.

    I’ll say it again, the buildings were already there, built a long time prior.

    I reckon 9 out 10 people have never even heard of Tartaria. Beef tartare, yes, Tataria, no.

    20 acre buildings back then with concrete flooring? Did they pour all that using wheel barrels and copious amounts of labour in that time frame? 😂 That is a massive amount of concrete…produced where?

    It’s a mind bender which some people say is so easily explained. Critical thought says f-off to that.

    TARTARIA & the Mysterious World’s Fairs – Philadelphia

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  66. Steve trickler says:

    10 million people supposedly visited Philadelphia back then. Is it true?

    Think about sewage for a start. With all the crap going on in the world at the moment, is it even worth thinking about this subject?


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  67. Steve trickler says:

    You have to wonder if Henry Kissinger was taking the piss when he published his book, World Order with a Tartarian map on the cover.

    My gut says, nope.


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  68. mh says:

    US Government CONFIRMS The “Lab Leak” Theory… THREE YEARS LATER!

    Anthony Brian Logan
    975K subscribers

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  69. mh says:

    Jesse Watters: Pennsylvania is down a senator

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  70. Steve trickler says:

    Two chicks going at it. The one on the receiving end walked away with little damage.

    I admit to having a good laugh.


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  71. Steve trickler says:

    It’s been a while since hearing this.

    Gary Moore – Still Got The Blues [HD]

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  72. Steve trickler says:

    Alan Jones.


    ADH TV:

    ‘In the early 1980s, home ownership rates among 25-34 year olds peaked at 61%. The most recent census data shows that the figure has dropped to below 45%.’

    Alan Jones details Australia’s current housing crisis.

    The Australian housing market has become impenetrable | Alan Jones

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