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  1. From my time in the insurance industry I can say that life policies pay out on death. They will most times pay out on suicide as well provided the initial period is up, often a year or 13 months. people thinking of taking their lives often take out policies for the benefit of their family. People worried about gene modified drugs dont seem to care as much about other things they put inside themselves, processed foods, man modified seed oils, emulsifiying agents, all known to upset your systems. Feeding their babies on milk powder formulas which set the babies on a path of ill health from the start of their lives.
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  2. Russia is a problem for everybody. Still, at least the Russians seem to feel obliged to take Macron seriously and haven't started poking fun at him on the world stage. https://news.sky.com/story/senior-ru...hless-12530767"Russia's Deputy UN Ambassador, Dmitry Polyanskiy, told Sky News: "There is always room for diplomacy, but frankly, we don't trust British diplomacy. I think in recent years British diplomacy has shown that it is absolutely worthless. I really don't want to offend anybody, especially my good friends, British diplomats, but really, the results are nothing to boast about."Not that anybody trusts Russion diplomacy either, but the fact that any diplomat on the world stage feels empowered to say something like that, confident that there will be no gasps of outrage, no "friends" rushing to defend the UK and no international backlash, from other countries because by and large they agree, is rather sad for the UK.
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  3. Gluestick, I have to return to the "fake news" allegation I made against your and Chrissie's post. You are correct in saying that the quotes I made came from the USA (and Canada). However, you seemed not to have taken onboard the fact that I took the quotes from one of the articles that you provided to substantiate your "fake news". In fact they did the opposite. It is how conspiracy theories start and propagate. The WWW is a gift to these sort of people. A story starts in one country and is translated and adapted to any other country in a short space of time. It is then peddled on social media and other forums (like this one). Perhaps then you will take this article, in French: https://www.liberation.fr/checknews/une-assurance-a-t-elle-refuse-de-verser-lassurance-vie-dun-versaillais-mort-apres-sa-vaccination-en-qualifiant-son-deces-de-suicide-20220123_JIDDL3YMLBDJ7EK5CMYBWMLVRE/ Whether you or Chrissie accept these "facts" as opposed to your "facts" is of no consequence to me. It has, however, given me an insight into the mindset of those, like you, who believe such things and allow people like Andrew Wakefield, David Icke, Donald Trump etc to gain such ground. I have not had the chance to have an exchange like this before.
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