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Voting in Labour's Peterborough by-election win was 'like corrupt Kazakhstan', observers warn as police probe five cases of 'malpractice'

* People photographing completed ballot papers was like Kazakhstan years ago
* Oil-rich state has until recently had only one president since it broke with the Soviet Union in 1991, with claims even last Sunday's election was rigged.
* Labour's victory by just 683 votes in Peterborough was mired with controversy

By Brendan Carlin and Ross Slater For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 23:03, 15 June 2019 | Updated: 23:12, 15 June 2019
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7142365/Investigators-identify-MH17-suspects-Dutch-broadcasters.html

Voting practices in the Peterborough by-election won by Labour were worthy of corrupt ex-Soviet state Kazakhstan, independent observers warned last night.

They said the sight of people photographing their completed ballot papers was something they had only ever seen in Kazakhstan ‘many years ago’.

The oil-rich state has until recently had only one president since it broke with the Soviet Union in 1991, with claims that even last Sunday’s election was rigged.

Labour’s victory by just 683 votes over the Brexit Party in Peterborough was mired in controversy last week after The Mail on Sunday revealed claims that a convicted vote rigger was at the centre of the party’s campaign. Cambridgeshire Police have since revealed they are investigating five complaints of electoral malpractice, including bribery. Now election experts Democracy Volunteers have raised fresh concerns over the by-election.


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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7145701/Voting-Labours-Peterborough-election-win-like-corrupt-Kazakhstan-observers-warn.html



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Hawkwind - Spirit Of The Age
Album - Quark, Strangeness & Charm



I would've liked you to have been deep frozen too
and waiting still as fresh in your flesh for my return to Earth
But your father refused to sign the forms to freeze you
Let's see you'd be about 60 now,
and long dead by the time I return to Earth
My time held dreams were full of you,
as you were when I left; still underage
Your android replica is playing up again, it's no joke
When she comes she moans another's name
But that's the spirit of the age,
That's the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
Ah, the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
Ah, the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age














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You know, almost my entire life, I always wondered about the year 2020. Just the numbers and the sound of saying that year out loud piqued my interest. I counted out how old I would be that year when I was young. I don't think 2000 was as interesting then as 2020, considering how close it was to when I first started gaining consciousness 5-10 years before the turn of the century. I did fall for the Y2K hoax though, without even hearing about Alex Jones, that young.

I believe there is an incoming meme push on mainstream culture coming up with 2020 in mind. The 2020's are possibly going to have a cyberpunk/transhumanism theme that big meme pushers will introduce. I'm going to focus on Warner Brothers because they are behind two big things I've been looking forward to for a couple of years and I just figured out it's the same company distributing both of those and a third movie I just found out about. The cyberpunk culture seems to have been more underground for the entirety of its lifespan. I've never been into it really, but with promotions and word of mouth I've become interested and, I have to say, I think some of it is actually kind of cool. The problem that comes with this is that the public might just run with it and make it into an out of control meme that takes over and is pushed and strived for. I'm sure most here are familiar with transhumanism.

I came to realize the meme with the new video game coming out called "Cyberpunk 2077." I play video games. I know that can be taboo in the truther community, but just like how I do watch hockey, you know, sometimes people need a sort of outlet from time to time. Now, just like movies and music lately, there hasn't been much as far as new ideas and innovation and stories in videos games either these days. This game does exactly all of that, with a new graphics engine; I could go more into that but won't. It's also going to star Keanu Reeves. If you're interested in trends, memes, new ideas, and transhumanism (for or against,) you should watch these game previews. They are trying to make this the future. The game is set to be distributed by Warner Brothers; April 2020.

Here's the age restricted youtube link showing 48 minutes of gameplay (which should embed at some point) and the hooktube link under that, which should bypass the youtube login age requirement and work just fine...

Btw this would be rated R or NC-17  ;D











Age and login work around link on Hooktube...

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=vjF9GgrY9c0

Now. Researching this game, I came to find it is a video game adaptation of a tabletop game called Cyberpunk 2020. I am into table top games with friends. We never played this game, but that only piqued my interest more. I looked into the table top game more. Here, look into it yourself...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberpunk_2020

https://talsorianstore.com/

I came to find out the creator of the tabletop game Cyberpunk was partly inspired by the Japanese anime movie, Akira (1988). The video game Cyberpunk 2077 will include the motorcycle featured in the movie Akira. I went ahead and watched Akira for the first time last night after hearing about it for many years and procrastinating watching it all the way through. It's a pretty awesome movie, with a Godzilla type underlying theme, warning of humanity's going too far with science. The movie was a film adaptation of a previous Japanese comic book of the same name. A new live-action version of Akira is set to be released a couple of years from now from Hollywood, distributed by... Warner Brothers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_(1988_film)

I was randomly browsing PPF a year or two ago and came across someone talking about/recommending the book, The Forever War. So I got it and read it in one night, because it was good and it did apply in the sense the poster was making. It deals with many concepts, bullshit wars, corruption, degeneracy (not necessarily morally), the Vietnam War, homosexuality, and transhumanism. I found out more like a year ago that they were making a movie out of it and I've been excited ever since. The book does have an underlining theme of warning (like a lot of these other pieces of work.) As far as I know, Channing Tatum is supposed to lead role and Ridley Scott is supposed to direct it. Maybe I knew before, but didn't connect until today that, guess what, it's being distributed by Warner Brothers. Also today, I went back and searched the forum for my recommendation of the book, found the thread, and found EG talked about the Blade Runner series/lore. I found it ties into the cyberpunk culture of the 80s/90s and found even those movies are distributed by, none other than, Warner Brothers. Interesting.

The 20s are going to be interesting. Are you ready boomers, Xers, millennials, and zoomers?



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Books, Documents and Other Literature / Re: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
« Last post by poseidonlost on Jun 15, 2019, 03:57:59 pm »
I dunno, yesterday friends of mine was discussing the coming new Blade Runner 2 movie - mixed feelings.

Will they produce a masterpiece ?
Or are they just cashing in on a 'name' ?

Ah ok. EG, I'm not into Blade Runner too much I've seen the original once and it seems like it applies to what I'm putting together. I see a sequel came out in 2017. I think I gotta watch the two movies and read the Phillip K. Dick book now. I believe they're really gonna push this cyberpunk/transhumanism thing again big time.

P.S. Warner Bros. was in on both Blade Runner the original and the new one Blade Runner 2049. Hmm



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Politics in General / Re: The Brexit betrayal is an un-happening
« Last post by Ye Olde Powder Monkey on Jun 15, 2019, 03:57:47 pm »
Been reviewing the history of the Parliamentary Select Committees. Very effective. I did my Porton down, DSTL research based on one of their hearings.

https://bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0005syq


There's a mumble in the grapevine that a special powers (necessary) Select Committee might be set up to finalise Brexit. I think, to counter and discourage all the deliberate intransigence by the 'Yah-Boo' MP collective.



Lots of power to bring anyone, to account, sworn to oath if necessary. Rumour is, it may be needed to sort out the unhelpful american federal-style influences ruining Brexit.

Also media cultural & sports committees might like to wade in, I'd hope to sock the likes of Twitter around the head a few times, for meddling in sovereign british affairs of state.



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Sounds about right ... hmmm .. It seems to me that the eu was created by the same people that funded Hitler

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... the EU had made Poland poorer than it was under communism




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Under the 3rd Reich, they planned on using Eastern Europe as a Slave Race . . . went and did that whole invasion thing . . . bit of an expensive mistake. The Slaves needed feeding, and the 3rd Riech simply lacked the means to feed itself, let alone a few more extra million mouths. It was all a bit of a disaster.

Now, under the 4th Reich, they get Slaves from Eastern Europe  . . . but this time the Slaves pay for the Tickets  . . . This time the Slaves have to feed, clothe, and house themselves at their own expense.



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Sounds about right ... hmmm .. It seems to me that the eu was created by the same people that funded Hitler

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... the EU had made Poland poorer than it was under communism


theguardian.com
http://www.theguardian.com/


EU security Commissioner: Pro-Kremlin media 'spread false claims that EU has Nazi roots'
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jun/14/pro-kremlin-media-spread-false-eu-nazi-roots-european-elections
... the EU had made Poland poorer than it was under communism



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theguardian.com
http://www.theguardian.com/



EU security Commissioner: Pro-Kremlin media 'spread false claims that EU has Nazi roots'
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jun/14/pro-kremlin-media-spread-false-eu-nazi-roots-european-elections





'Pro-Kremlin social media accounts spread false claims that the EU has Nazi roots, the European commissioner for security has said in the first analysis of disinformation acts aimed at influencing last month’s EU elections.

Malicious actors sought to promote extreme views and polarise local debates, said Julian King, the British commissioner in Brussels.

Although there were no “spectaculars” such as the major email hacks that tarnished the 2016 US presidential election, social media accounts promoting a pro-Russian narrative were active in amplifying divisive content on the internet, King said. Countries targeted by bots and fake accounts in the run-up to the elections at the end of May included the UK, Poland, Latvia, Spain and France.

King said: “There was an issue in Poland where false reports by [the Russian state news agency] Sputnik which, let’s be polite, let’s call it as pro-Kremlin outfit, was reporting that the EU had made Poland poorer than it was under communism.

“Another story they were running was that President [Emmanuel] Macron wants to expel some current member states from the EU therefore making any suggestion that others might join redundant.

“There was use of a fake account twitter account that is linked to Russia, and at the same time a pro-Russian Facebook group, to push an old report, a 2016 report, by the Katehon thinktank, claiming that the EU has Nazi roots. And that was accelerated and spread widely in the run-up to the elections.”

The Katehon thinktank, a Christian rightwing outfit, claimed three years ago that the Nazi vision of a “united Europe” had formed the basis for the foundation of the EU.'



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FALSE FLAG ALERTS / Re: Tanker Wars, Bolton, and a “Batshit Crazy” Trump
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 15, 2019, 01:42:36 am »


The Independent


Trump administration providing ‘false’ information about Gulf of Oman attack, says Japanese tanker owner
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-oman-gulf-tanker-attack-oil-japan-kokuka-courageous-strait-hormuz-a8958916.html





'The owner of the Japanese tanker attacked on Thursday said US reports have provided “false” information about what happened in the Gulf of Oman.

The ship operator said “flying objects” that may have been bullets were the cause of damage to the vessel, rather than mines used by Iranian forces, as the US has suggested.

Yutaka Katada, chief executive of the Japanese company operating the ship called Kokuka Courageous, one of two vessels attacked near the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday, said the damage could not have been caused by mines or torpedos that are shot underwater, since the damage was reportedly above the ship’s waterline.

“It seems that something flew towards them. That created the hole, is the report I’ve received,” Mr Katada said at a press conference in Tokyo on Friday, the Financial Times reported.

Donald Trump’s administration has meanwhile insisted the attacks were carried out by Iran, which has denied having any involvement in either of the two incidents.

The US released video shortly after that it said showed Iranian Revolutionary Guard officials removing what was likely an unexploded limpet mine from the Kokuka Courageous. The US also said the ship was abandoned after an “initial explosion.”

The White House has singled out the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in recent months under Mr Trump, taking the rare step of classifying a foreign government entity as a terror group.

The Kokuka Courageous and another Norwegian-operated vessel were ablaze for hours in the Gulf on Thursday. The owner's of the other vessel, the Front Altair, have not yet provided an explanation of what they believe to be the cause of the damage.

The entire 21-person crew evacuated the Kokuka Courageous. Sailors reported seeing the “flying objects” from the vessel before the incident occurred, according to Mr Katada.'



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FALSE FLAG ALERTS / Re: Tanker Wars, Bolton, and a “Batshit Crazy” Trump
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 15, 2019, 01:42:01 am »


What The Media Is NOT Telling You About Iran














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