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  1. No, please!!! :stop

    No, please!!! :stop
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    “Thor and the Midgard Serpent” ... ...

    “Thor and the Midgard Serpent” ...

    https://i.ibb.co/Tv8zF8w/JORMUNGAND2.jpg

    By Emil Doepler (1905)
  3. Flesh-Eating Diseases on US East Coast

    A Bacterial Invasion? People All Over The East Coast Are Suddenly Being Attacked By Flesh-Eating Disease In 2019

    Why are we suddenly seeing so many cases of flesh-eating disease all along the east...
  4. UK to send third warship to Gulf amid Iran...

    UK to send third warship to Gulf amid Iran tensions

    The UK is to send another warship to the Persian Gulf amid ongoing tensions with Iran in the region.

    Frigate HMS Montrose is permanently...
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    It's the final 'major' of the season on Thursday....

    It's the final 'major' of the season on Thursday.

    I was just getting some details from Wiki and this section about the history of tournament is fascinating ...

    https://i.ibb.co/hHYTVkL/OPEN.jpg
  6. Thread: Brexit

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    BREXTINCTION: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt...

    BREXTINCTION:
    Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt rule out snap election before Brexit because it would destroy Tories
    THE Tories will collapse if Britain ends up holding a snap election before Brexit,...
  7. Thread: Brexit

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    If Brexit achieves nothing else it will at least...

    If Brexit achieves nothing else it will at least have exposed the BBC as a globalist tool.

    I still recall one of their stooges, Laura Kuenssberg, saying (something like) "I think we've lost" when...
  8. They will always be called blackboards as far as...

    They will always be called blackboards as far as I'm concerned!
  9. Thread: Lego

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    I had some Lego when I was young. However, my...

    I had some Lego when I was young.

    However, my favourite building bricks were a lesser-known brand called Betta-Bilda

    I mention this because I bought some at a car boot sale last weekend, just...
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    Easily the daftest sentence I've read in a while!...

    Easily the daftest sentence I've read in a while!

    Everyone can see the sun at noon on a clear day whereas nobody has ever seen 'God'.

    He's most probably non-existent, but at best invisible.
  11. They are not the ones making the claims. You...

    They are not the ones making the claims.

    You cannot say: "miracles/angels/Heaven etc.. exist unless someone can prove that they do not."

    The burden of proof always lies with the person making...
  12. Fair enough, but there's also something known as...

    Fair enough, but there's also something known as the burden of proof ;)
  13. Thread: Le Tour

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    We're now down in the south-west and heading for...

    We're now down in the south-west and heading for the Pyrenees (..a beautiful part of the world!) :sun

    There's a rest day tomorrow, and then it becomes a battle of attrition up in the mountains...
  14. I really don’t think this is true, Wolga. If...

    I really don’t think this is true, Wolga. If we’re talking critical thought and rationality then secular individuals possess far more of these qualities than religious ones.

    How rational is it to...
  15. Time for the Bastille Day 'celebrations' ... ...

    Time for the Bastille Day 'celebrations' ...

    https://i.ibb.co/t4PRS8P/BASTILLE2.jpg

    Paris must be like a war zone right now. Just over the past week we've had the ongoing Yellow Vest protests,...
  16. The Church Times is hardly an impartial source ;)...

    The Church Times is hardly an impartial source ;)

    It all depends where you place the emphasis and another article might title with: "Religious scientists are in minority, survey suggests", which...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kwu1yIC-ssg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kwu1yIC-ssg
  18. There's now an almost total MSM blackout of the...

    There's now an almost total MSM blackout of the ongoing Yellow Vest protests.

    It's almost as if the State has decided it can put up with 1 day of rioting across the country every week for an...
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    Here is a list of (alleged) attendees at the...

    Here is a list of (alleged) attendees at the notorious Elms Guest House which was frequented by pedophiles from the upper echelons of British society during the 1970's & 80's ...

    ...
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    Important!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9C2NxO_dJs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9C2NxO_dJs
  21. Thread: Le Tour

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    July 14th is a highly symbolic date in France and...

    July 14th is a highly symbolic date in France and to have a French rider (Julian Alaphilippe) wearing the Yellow Jersey on this day has created quite an atmosphere for stage 9!
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    What a finale!!! The match was a tie and then...

    What a finale!!!

    The match was a tie and then England won by a single run off the last ball of the 'Super Over' ... my nerves are shattered :fsweat: :insane
  23. Important! Poll! Nimm kein Blatt vor den Mund, Nordmann :D Gut...

    Nimm kein Blatt vor den Mund, Nordmann :D

    Gut zu wissen, dass wir leidenschaftliche Nationalisten bei uns haben aber keine Sorge, die Ergebnisse der Umfrage sind nicht bindend ;)
  24. Most of the Christians in the world are now black...

    Most of the Christians in the world are now black :negroid: :negro:

    On this basis I don't see Christianity dying out anytime soon and, in view of African breeding patterns, the actual numbers may...
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    I used to have a friend (..yes, honestly! :D)...

    I used to have a friend (..yes, honestly! :D) with whom I once spent a whole evening in the pub discussing the subject of fate.

    He argued that anyone could use this as an alibi for doing the most...
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