you might wanna look into Anneke Lucas. This woman has been through hell, literally. She was sold by her mother when she was 6 years old to the EU political elite, to be used as a slave. She is well today, but her childhood was pure horror. Not an easy read, you've been warned.I always think back to the Alex Jones Bohemian Grove documentary where it goes into the history of the "Cremation of Care" ritual. The centerpiece of the Moloch ceremony that takes place there every year.
Truly a disgusting dark ritual meant to sear the conscience of the participants.
They are not like the rest of us.
you might wanna look into Anneke Lucas. This woman has been through hell, literally. She was sold by her mother when she was 6 years old to the EU political elite, to be used as a slave. She is well today, but her childhood was pure horror. Not an easy read, you've been warned.
Something eery with all these collapsing women. I mean the fact that they are collapsing during public speeches.Austrian Member of Parliament was giving a speech about vaccine safety and effectiveness; collapses mid-sentence:
Apologies if it is already posted.
They’re going to need a lot more medical staff at public events… for the spectators. The latest heart attack at a football game took place during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle.
Sergio Reguilon is pointing out something to the referee on the far side. Looks like something from the crowd. This can’t be good.
Oh no. Paramedics from both sides are now sprinting over to the crowd
The right decision is made on the pitch. Play has stopped here. We’ve seen scenes similar to this only too recently in games of football. All we can do is hope for the best.
This is the right call. Referee Andre Marriner is sending the players inside with what we can only assume is a supporter receiving medical treatment. Early on in the incident, Tottenham’s Eric Dier was one of the first to get to the Tottenham bench and call upon the medical staff. He was making a chest pumping motion, which gives you a clue as to the severity of all this.
Worthy of crossposting to the physiognomy thread.
I'm sure the app won't track you. Your phone, however, does track you (even if you disable it).'Them'.
"We're very concerned about the status & viability of superficial tourism, sport & entertainment.
Just give us your blood & everything can go back to 'normal'...