Sunday 28 May 2023


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'US Georgia Republican Party Chair Goes Full Flat-Earth, Says Globes Are Part of a Conspiracy

Kandiss Taylor, who ran for governor in 2022 and recently became a Georgia Republican district chair, is a flat earther.

In an interview with on her “Jesus, Guns, and Babies” podcast, Taylor and her guests discussed biblical “evidence” that the Earth is actually flat as a pancake.

“All the globes, everywhere” Taylor said later in the discussion. “I turn on the TV, there’s globes in the background … Everywhere there’s globes. You see them all the time, it’s constant. My children will be like ‘Mama, globe, globe, globe, globe’ — they’re everywhere.”

“That’s what they do, to brainwash,” she added. “For me if it’s not a conspiracy. If it is real, why are you pushing so hard everywhere I go? Every store, you buy a globe, there’s globes everywhere. Every movie, every TV show, news media - why? More and more I’m like, it doesn’t make sense.”'

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As they say, you can't make these things up ... in the news:

"Norwegian government officials have warned residents to steer clear of a friendly beluga whale that experts say may be a Russian “spy” swimming along the country’s coastline ... trained by the Russian Navy."

Picture of Hvaldimir the friendly white whale



At 28 May 2023 at 23:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


“In 2022, 2.5 million people said they were not working because of long-term sickness, an increase of about 500,000 since the [Covid episode] began.”

“Between 2021 and 2022, the number of people newly awarded disability benefits doubled”

“Rates of ‘persistent absence’, defined as missing more than 10% of school, have soared from 13% to 24%”

“… [Since] the autumn of 2019, the number of children absent for more than 50% of school time … has doubled …”

At 29 May 2023 at 23:53 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fake whale stories are evidently popular this week. There has been masses of fake dog attack stories for months in every country.

A simple Google search proves this.


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