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  1. Gezza

     /  June 3, 2017

    George Webb – conspiracybusting4u – latest YouTube updates

    Good news! George is still alive & still on the job – no doubt breaking the internet as well as trending.

    Day 222, Part 1
    George says things “got a little hot last night between him & Kim Dotcom” (??) but, you know, “if you say Seth Rich had a megaupload account then I’m gonna say ok, well, what’s his profile name?” That’s the 3rd time he’s asked, & and “”so, ok, maybe I’m not a good waiter, so ok maybe I blew my top … but the point is still valid … it could be anybody on the internet that says hey, I’m Kim Dotcom”. [True, it wouldn’t be me, but it could be some other anyone-G]. Anyway, he won’t be doing that again!

    The balloons last night were Baumann & Birkman (sp?). He doesn’t wanna be in their “school play”. Lemme talk directly to the parents, Baumann, you collected $150,000, you haven’t come up with anything, where’s the money going?? Show me the money Jerry, show me the money! Nobody’s coming forward from the crime scene, nobody from EMT [they’ve probably all been murdered by now George, that’s the usual MO-G]. The easiest thing is to tell the Truth. Jack just show me a detailed accounting of how all the money’s been spent, who’s been hired etc. All you have to do is tell the truth.

    Jason Goodman’s references to the Magic Shop on Crowdsource the Truth, that’s to MWW, Anthony Weiner’s PR firm. The big move covers the small move, ok? We’re gonna have the girl come out of the box before we saw it in half. Metadata, metadata, metadata – Doesn’t want to see any testimony from any of the school players here – George wants to see metadata πŸ™„ I mean if you had a megaupload account, its “panda4 something”. Just tell George the last word & the days Seth uploaded the stuff and then you’re done. 44,000 emails had to get between him & Assange, show George all the traffic between him & McFadden & Megaupload, show him the 70,761 attachments – “easy!”

    Day 222, Part 2
    George is driving somewhere to help his son move &, amongst some general blithering about some chap called Francis Chaprelle(?) & reminiscing about OSS & code phrases for the French Resistance in WW2, thanks his “Mossad homies” especially “French Mossad” because they’ve helped him so much in the investigation.

    Part 3 – George apologises to SCIU hitmen for using a derogatory term for SCIU hitmen the other day. He didn’t know they had an ADL. “Dershowitz, are you doing that one?” So, now he’s going to use the new word, which is SCIU Tonys, in honour of Tony Podesta. [Bj – are you getting all this?] George’s son is moving today – you can google it to prove that’s true. He doesn’t have any objections to Pam Fleischger getting a new heart [in the Podesta emails?], “her husband is Ray Pillage&Plunder”. So he doesn’t mind her getting a 2nd heart, he just doesn’t want it to be a journalist’s – go for somebody else, he says. Everybody remembers Bob Ashton, famous cardiologist from the Bronx, Anthony Weiner’s old district. Bob Ashton got thrown off the George Washington Bridge. He was married to Jennifer Ashton, the medical correspondent on ABC News. So Bob was married a beautiful successful woman, 3 beautiful kids, beautiful house out in the country, he was a great guy, but he did a heart transplant for somebody & that got out in the Podesta emails & then Bob Ashton got thrown off the George Washington Bridge by the SCIU Tonys. [I don’t know if he’s actually saying SEIU or SCIU, but he definitely says Tonys. G]

    More later maybe – George keeps adding more videos. I see he’s got up to part 8 but hopefully some of of them are just for facebook & about his son’s move.

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    • Gezza

       /  June 3, 2017

      PS: re Part 3. I did an acronym search & I think, from context, the ADL reference George uses stands for Anti-Defamation League πŸ˜•

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      • Gezza

         /  June 3, 2017

        Btw, if anyone is interested & googling Youtube for these video metadatas, George’s current videos are all part of a current series with the title: “Hillary’s Leakers, Hackers & Henchmen”. Which, incidentally, is a bit sexist in my view – there must be a few henchwomen involved in some of these criminal ratlines, surely? The last word in these titles should probably really say “Henchpersons”. Guessing that George is an anti-PC conservative voter.

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    • Gezza

       /  June 3, 2017

      The Webb Reports, cont’d:

      Day 222, Part 4. George in Spanish Harlem. Says some things about fruit in Spanish. Then, “The DNC pulled our file down last night. This is looking interesting because the index looks like, and the metadata looks like, July 7 2016, so … Trish is now IN New York, so, she’s got the thumb drives, we’re gonna compare the thumb drives with the electronic files.”

      D 222 Part 5. [Jason must’ve stuffed up the editing, first bit missing] “… they also had air in there, the brother, now both say they weren’t there – they were back in Omaha. Why do you need that? You have to create – the brother confirms the parents are the real people in the school play and the parents confirm the brother’s the real person. That’s why you need that, and because everybody else at Medstar (sp?) is not in on it. So they’re gonna remember that night. They’re gonna remember Seth Rich coming in & they’re gonna go yeah I remember there was 2 parents & then there was a brother, & that’s why you need to do that … one hand washes the other – they both confirm each other’s … ah … veracity as the actual parents, so – now I’m not saying that’s Erin (Aaron?) Wasserman … but I’m just saying, these are crazy things the FBI never does, now those are crazy things that, organ harvesting doctors from [unintelligible] at the yellow house never do because” [Another Jason editing screw up I guess – just stops dead here. G]

      That last bit is a bit garbled – dunno if he actually says these are or aren’t things the OH doctors never do – it’s all a bit bizarre really, tbh

      More later …

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      • Gezza

         /  June 3, 2017

        Righto. Due to the apparent complete lack of interest 😠 shown by posters here in helping George analyse & further investigate all the *metadata* which he Jason have exposed during their investigation into the mysterious murder of Seth Rich to date – even though they reveal clearly the thousands of murdering, traitorous, child-molesting, organ-harvesting, visa-rorting, car-stealing, drug-importing, terrorist-recruiting, Clinton Cabal ratline network of absolute fiends who are infesting the US Congress, the FBI, Intelligence Agencies, Police Departments, Foggy Bottom & other US Federal Government Agencies Defence & Intelligence Contractors – I’ll stop the briefings.

        Looks like it’s going to be up to Dotcom, Bj, and me to do NZ’s bit to help George & Jase bring all these swine to justice & save Trumpy’s America.
        πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ•ΆπŸ•ΆπŸ•ΆπŸ‘

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        • Gezza

           /  June 3, 2017

          Christ Almighty – George’s Day 222 vid series is up to Part 11 now, & I haven’t even checked out the Crowd Sourcing For Truth site today yet. Still. I can hack it. πŸ’ͺ

          I’m going in … πŸ’‚

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  2. Missy

     /  June 3, 2017

    Conservative candidate Craig Mackinlay has been charged by the CPS in relation to election spending in 2015.

    This is not good less than a week out from the election, and could be damaging as his was probably a seat that the Conservatives would have held on to, and probably increased their majority. This was the seat that Nigel Farage stood in last election. Farage came second, and it is expected that as with many seats, the former UKIP voters would vote Conservative this time around.

    I am not sure on the situation for candidates (or MPs if he wins) who are under investigation, so it will be interesting to see if he can win the seat, and then what happens if he does.

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      • Gezza

         /  June 3, 2017

        Oh sure, go on, prove George Webb’s point, Missy. Still absolutely nothing from the UK or US msm about George’s ongoing bombshell revelations from the Seth Rich investigation. Obviously they’re all in on the Clinton/Congress/IC & FBI criminal ratline network cover-up too. 😑

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    • Missy

       /  June 3, 2017

      The Conservatives have accused the CPS of interfering in the election process by making the decision to charge the Conservative candidate days before the election. The CPS have said they had until 11 June to make a decision on charging, and apparently they could have waited until after the election to make the decision public.

      It is an interesting situation, because there should be no political interference in the judicial process and there should be no judicial interference in the democratic process.

      This decision could potentially affect the outcome of the vote in his seat, however, there is a possibility it may have a positive effect for him if he is a popular MP. I think that if this guy is popular in his electorate then the voters could rally behind him and vote him in regardless, but if he is seen as being the party man, and people are voting the party not the man, then he could find himself in trouble.

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  3. Missy

     /  June 3, 2017

    The Telegraph appear to be a bit of a rugby newspaper in a country of football – or they at least have more rugby stories, analysis, and opinion than any other. One of those that has a column with them is Will Greenwood, (it is behind the paywall), anyway today’s column has the following headline, which made me smile a bit – sums it up for the Lions. πŸ™‚

    “Hostile crowds, superstar opposition, terrible weather – welcome to New Zealand”

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    • An Englishman complaining about terrible weather in New Zealand?

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      • Gezza

         /  June 3, 2017

        Just another whingeing pom. 😠

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        • Missy

           /  June 3, 2017

          To be fair G he wasn’t whinging, the headline is a little misleading, and I think meant to be a bit tongue in cheek. The article itself was one that had a tone of respect for the game in NZ.

          He was talking about how difficult it is to win in NZ, and briefly (very briefly as Will Greenwood does not often hark on his own career when writing – unlike some former players) he mentioned how much the win by England over NZ in Wellington in 2003 means to him as a player – because it is so hard to win in NZ every win is something to saviour and cherish.

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          • Gezza

             /  June 3, 2017

            Oh, righto, Sorry Will, sack your sub-Editor. I didn’t have time to read the article Missy – still catching up with analysing the Webb HLH&H Reports. He’s up to Day 222, Part 10 now.

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            • Missy

               /  June 3, 2017

              Not a worry, I didn’t link to it because it is behind the paywall and I don’t know who here (if anyone) subscribes to the Telegraph.

      • Gezza

         /  June 3, 2017

        And as for hostile crowds, aren’t half of their football fans banned from most of Europe’s football matches & from joining the army or the police ? 😳

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        • Missy

           /  June 3, 2017

          He certainly didn’t seem to mean it as if they were violent at all, or in a negative way – just that they are very parochial.

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          • Gezza

             /  June 3, 2017

            Yes, I realise that now – thanks Missy – I’ve apologised to Will, see above. Must crack on with the Webbies. Catch you later. ❀️

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      • Missy

         /  June 3, 2017

        The headline – as with all headlines – is a little misleading. The article itself is about how hard it is to win in NZ, it is written by a player who shows an enormous amount of respect for not only the All Blacks, but NZ rugby in general. He made one throwaway comment about NZ in winter (actually it sounded more like Wellington all year round – wind and rain), but in general the article was about the game in NZ.

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  4. Missy

     /  June 3, 2017

    Last month Enda Kenny, the PM of Ireland, announced his resignation as the leader of Fine Gael (Ireland’s main governing party), and by extension as PM. The leadership election began almost immediately, and has been running for the last 2 weeks.

    The two contenders for the leader, and Ireland’s next PM were the minister for social protection, Leo Varadkar, who is gay and the son of an Indian immigrant, and Simon Coveney, who has served as the defence minister and whose father was also a government minister.

    Today the winner of the leadership race was announced, and Ireland’s new PM is Leo Varadkar.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/02/leo-varadkar-becomes-irelands-prime-minister-elect

    This is a big thing for Ireland, which even now still has a conservative catholic base.

    I remember spending some time there about 15 years ago, I hardly saw any ethnic minorities, even in Dublin, when I was over last year it was quite different in Dublin, and more akin to a modern city elsewhere in Europe with quite a diverse (though mainly Eastern European) population.

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    • Missy

       /  June 3, 2017

      I am a little surprised that the bastion of liberal thought (I use that phrase lightly) in NZ blogosphere hasn’t mentioned this story. Yes, I ventured across to TS and not a peep about the new Taoiseach (PM) of Ireland, despite ticking all the boxes for liberal identity politics, he is only missing one (female). Gay, son of an immigrant, ethnic minority, lib… oh wait, he is centre right so obviously doesn’t count in the world of TS.

      Of course they are so geographically challenged about this part of the world if they did mention the story they would tag it as being UK or Britain (as they have done about other Irish stories), they seem to be living in the past of the great British Empire still.

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    • Missy

       /  June 3, 2017

      All reports out of the Philippines initially indicated it was terrorism, and in light of the terror ISIS are inflicting in the south of the Philippines it was a logical conclusion – especially when ISIS claimed they were behind the attack.

      It is unfair of anyone to criticise or deride Trump for basically saying the same thing as the reports from Philippines. Criticise him for being premature in his announcement, but not for thinking it – most did.

      One of the concerning things about these tweets from NBC is that they are quoting an ‘intelligence official’. The Manchester attack showed that they have a close relationship with someone in the intelligence community who is more than happy to compromise an ally’s security to get at the President. Gossip leaks don’t hurt anyone, but one day this source (or these sources) to NBC will go too far and National Security will be severely compromised. NBC and these ‘intelligence officials’ need to put their need to get at Trump aside and actually consider potential long term consequences of their relationship.

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  7. Missy

     /  June 3, 2017

    With everything happening in the world, good to see the FCO focussing on the important stuff – welcoming Boots to London. πŸ˜€

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  8. Missy

     /  June 3, 2017

    I have noticed that increasingly those with no response to a point of view or criticism head to the default arguments of racist, sexist, fascist etc. I have noticed that this appears to be more prevalent on the left of the politics.

    Paul Mason, a left leaning journalist who has been a cheerleader for Jeremy Corbyn tweeted this last night:

    He completely misses the point that Diane Abbott is incompetent.

    A Conservative politician turned the tables on this guy with this tweet.

    Some background, Paul Mason had been having some digs at Theresa May all day yesterday, starting the day by suggesting she was very unwell and that was why she didn’t do the debate and deputised Amber Rudd, and also why she pulled out of another interview yesterday and sent in another MP to represent the Conservatives. This didn’t go down well with many in light of the fact that Theresa May has Type 1 Diabetes, it was seen as him trying to politicise her condition.

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