Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 26 July 2023

Passing Observations 193

  1. We should all thank Nigel Farage for beating the British banks and forcing them to behave like grown-ups and for single-handedly forcing them to stop banning customers who don’t follow the official line on the EU, climate change and other nonsenses. In future, banks in the UK will lose their licences if they dare to try to remove banking services from customers who are too moral, too honest and too knowledgeable to accept the lies fed to us all by the conspirators. And we should thank Nigel for embarrassing the BBC for another misleading story. (Do they ever get anything right? They should fact check themselves.) However, Nigel should thank his lucky stars he no longer has an account with Coutts. Many decades ago, I had an account with that bank. The branch, in The Strand and close to Charing Cross Station, was conveniently positioned and I found it amusing that the staff dressed like wine waiters in a posh hotel. They gave me a lovely leather wallet and cheque book holder. Unfortunately, I closed my account because I thought they were incompetent. The bank’s current boss is rumoured to be a Remainer who loves the EU and thinks England should have remained part of what I think is the world’s most fascist organisation. She should be fired. Actually, I think all Remainers should be fired. (The one consolation is that Remainers were keen mask wearers and are all heavily vaxxed. They are not long for this world.)
  2. To paraphrase Jean-Paul Sartre: “Of course we can use smart phones. The question is: ‘Can we not use smart phones?’’’
  3. The nutters want to stop us using motor cars because it is the easiest way to stop people living in the country and to force them to live in 15 minute cities. Public transport is virtually non- existent in many country areas and no one with sense takes electric cars seriously. It is worth remembering, by the way, that the internal combustion engine has had a far more positive influence on life than the computer, the smart phone and all the apps in the world.
  4. What’s the difference between a Remainer and a traitor? I ask because I can’t think of any. Remainers, especially those in public service, should be arrested, tried, and forced to sit in small cells eating cold, congealed cauliflower cheese for eternity.
  5. Sunburn is now officially regarded as a climate change disease. You have to laugh, don’t you?
  6. The world would be a better, safer place if all cyclists were banned from public roads. This would save them from the risk of being involved in road traffic accidents. And banning them from roads would be good for the quality of our air too because cyclists frequently hold up motorists and, as everyone knows, cars use more fuel and kick out more toxins when forced to travel slowly. While we’re banning cyclists from roads we should also close all cycle tracks since they waste good road space. And cyclists are, of course, already banned from riding on pavements. Where else can they ride their machines, you may ask. Well, that’s up to them isn’t it? I can’t be expected to solve everyone’s problems.

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