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Quote from: EvadingGrid on Dec 01, 2017, 06:57:28 AMCorbyn's brother Piers backed Trump on far-right posts and retweeted former BNP activist who branded May an 'Islamic appeaser'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5135967/Corbyns-brother-Piers-backed-Trump-far-right-posts.htmlGreat for climate science, his other views would better kept private.Last Edit by Larry
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Dec 01, 2017, 12:30:44 PMDavid IckeChief ReptilianGreat man on the Political side of the New World Order, unfortunately he also promotes Reptiles from the infamous Madame Helena Blavatsky . . . and other Mystery Babylon junk which is the religious side of the New World Order.Example :Although most recently popularized by David Icke, the notions of the connection of a worldwide conspiracy orchestrated by Reptilian beings, like the UFO mythos itself, has its origins in Theosophy, the occult tradition founded by H. P. Blavatsky, godmother of the New Age movement, and pre-eminent personality of the Occult Revival of the late nineteenth century.Last Edit by Larry
Quote from: Q on Dec 04, 2017, 09:43:54 AMI don't think David Icke should be in this company, and the scary thing is that maybe he's also right about the reptilians..Last Edit by Palmerston
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Dec 02, 2017, 11:11:12 AMTommy RobinsonAgent ProvocateurRacist TrollConvicted for FRAUD with one Deborah RothschildLast Edit by Humphrey
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Jun 16, 2017, 06:54:28 AMCrown Prosecution ServiceFive sentenced for mortgage fraud - Herts24/01/2014http://www.cps.gov.uk/thames_chiltern/cps_thames_and_chiltern_news/five_sentenced_for_mortgagae_fraud___herts/Five people were sentenced at St Albans Crown Court yesterday, Thursday, 24 January 2014, in a mortgage fraud case.The five, including corrupt mortgage broker Deborah Rothschild, were involved in a complicated conspiracy to acquire properties using various fraudulent means.All five had pleaded guilty at earlier hearings to fraud offences, mostly of committing fraud by false representation. Yesterday three were sentenced by Judge Bright QC at St Albans Crown Court to prison and others to suspended sentences.Stephen Yaxley Lennon, aged 31, from Bedfordshire, pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to commit fraud by misrepresentation and was sentenced to eighteen months in prison.Steven Vowles, aged 26, of Heron Drive, Luton, pleaded guilty to committing fraud by false representation and transferring criminal property. He had also earlier pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and being concerned in the supply of class A drugs. He was sentenced to six months imprisonment for the fraud offences and 21 months for the drugs offences, making a total of 27 months imprisonment.Anjee Darcy, aged 31, of Hardwick Green, Luton, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation, false accounting and fraud by false representation. She was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment suspended for 18 months, and ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work.Mortgage broker, Deborah Rothschild, aged 42, Park Road, Toddington, pleaded guilty to four counts of committing fraud by false representation. She was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for her part in facilitating the fraudulent mortgages.Lisa Moore, aged 27, of Newbury Close Silsoe, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation. She was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for 18 months, ordered to complete 100 hours of unpaid work, and pay £1500 costs.Other charges were ordered to lie on file. Charges of cheating the revenue against Lennon and his wife were not proceeded with through the criminal justice system. This will now be handled by HM Revenue and Customs to pursue through civil processes.On 26 January 2009, a bungalow at Bletchley owned by Lennon was sold to Anjee Darcy, who on the same day used the bungalow as a deposit to buy a £500,000 house in Watford. She could only afford the mortgage by using a fraudulent application to The Abbey facilitated by Rothschild. Darcy and Rothschild used false pay slips to support the application.Further associate members of the group went on to purchase properties with deposits on occasions provided by Lennon and with mortgages fraudulently brokered by Rothschild.The defendants have assets already under restraint by the courts and now the Crown will proceed with confiscation applications under the Proceeds of Crime Act. This means assets and money gained by criminal means can be taken by the state and returned to the taxpayer.
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Mar 12, 2018, 10:24:27 AMPaul Joseph Watson"Did I believe in some pretty out there conspiracy theories when I was younger - yea - then I grew up"- Paul Joseph WatsonHis new career move is demonizing of Muslims, pretty much like how Gobbels demonzied the Jews.As a crypto-racist, he also puts a lot of effort into promoting the false notion "I'm Not a Racist, Because Islam is a Religion"His background growing up as a skinhead on a council estate leads him to ignore that only 0.1% of British Muslims identify as White British.No Longer Believes in Conspiracy Theories, dismisss that as a folly of youth, a growing up mistake.Just as well, as a large number of his fans think the Knights Templar are the answer to the "Muslim Problem" . . .Came to power through exposing 9/11 as a False Flag attack to be Falsely Blamed on Muslims.Last Edit by Palmerston
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Mar 12, 2018, 10:24:27 AMPaul Joseph Watson"Did I believe in some pretty out there conspiracy theories when I was younger - yea - then I grew up"- Paul Joseph Watson
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Apr 23, 2018, 09:29:53 AMThis is quiet a long read, but it is link rich and comprehensive.Alex Jones' Protegé, Paul Joseph Watson, Is About to Steal His Crackpot Crown
QuoteIn one case, he was caught red-handed by a random twentysomething from Scotland who had messaged Watson from a spoof Twitter account claiming he worked for NBC and had inside knowledge of a Trump video that was about to shake up the 2016 election.Watson rushed the story live, quoting liberally from the anonymous direct messages. The prankster was shocked as the story went viral, so he approached Jamie Ross, then a reporter at BuzzFeed and now a colleague at The Daily Beast, to confess to what he'd done. "It was all bullshit," he said. "I made it all up."