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  1. 'Inforwars' majorwingnuttery and fake news and which just happens to be a favorite site of llap.
  2. https://www.snopes.com/texas-church-shooter-antifa/ On 5 November 2017, a gunman clad in black opened fire on parishioners at a Sunday service at a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing at least 26 people. Within hours of that massacre, fake news sites were shamelessly exploiting the tragedy for personal gain by disseminating fabricated information about the shooter. One common theme to such fake news stories was that the shooter was connected to the “Antifa” movement: http://www.thedrum.com/news/2017/01/29/man-behind-one-the-biggest-sites-accused-fake-news-former-bbc
  3. Source? 'The mass shooter who opened fire inside a Texas church killing at least 26 - including a two-year-old child - has been identified as a 26-year-old US Air Force veteran and Bible study teacher'. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11940967
  4. LLAP aka TJ a calculating troll or just insane? https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/27/business/media/sarah-kershaw-former-times-reporter-dies-at-49.html Sarah Kershaw, a former reporter for The New York Times who covered real estate, the Pacific Northwest and New York City schools, died on Monday at her home in Sosúa, a beach town in the Dominican Republic. She was 49. http://time.com/4743025/alex-jones-infowars-divorce-donald-trump/ By Maya Rhodan April 17, 2017 InfoWars’ Alex Jones’ Twitter bio declares that he is “Fighting for Freedom & Liberty
  5. What goes around, comes around? Allan Bell, “Yes, a lot of it has come from the VAT structure, the own code structure –“ Allan Bell, “. It was my idea in the first place, but I could not find a model to make it work. Steve [4210] Christian did. Because of his activity, he has generated £290 million into the Manx Exchequer”. ‘UK halts VAT subsidies to Isle of Man’ The UK Government has withdrawn a total of £200 million in yearly subsidies from the Isle of Man, a move that will force major changes to the way the crown dependency operates. http://www.telegraph.co.
  6. 110 T126 TYNWALD COURT, TUESDAY, 21st OCTOBER 2008 Civil Registration Act 1984 Marriage Act 1984 Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Fees) Regulations 2008 approved Mr Lowey: "We claim we do not have death duties. I would suggest that if you start examining the costs of dying in the Isle of Man and compare it with elsewhere, they may be ahead of what costs you to die elsewhere, especially for what I would call… not the very wealthy, but – can I use an Americanism, Mr President? – Joe Plumber." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_the_Plumber
  7. http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/ http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/campaigning.html
  8. In reply, so you made that up to for your own mischief making. You don't know because it never happened. Reallly yes I have never met them, and it helped to confirm that you are trolling.
  9. Who made that allegation, can you cite the post for us? I have never met the Irving people, are you just trolling for the attention?
  10. I supposed that having gone thus far in his comrehensive judgment, it might be difficult if not impossible for any Deemster to reinterpret his findings of fact and law in that case when the next stage of it comes to Court, if it does come to Court because the parties have not been able to arrive at an agreed settlement of it. We shall see.
  11. In this regard only we have a shared position, I too often have cause to wonder about the justice of ‘it’ all, if ‘it’ can be defined as causality, and effect, so far as the conduct of Government goes. In your interesting post, you have used the word ‘apparently’ three times, ‘appears’ once, ‘murky’ once, ‘concocted’ once. You obviously have some axe to grind large or small regarding the Irving’s, which is manifestly apparent from the composition of your post. Be that as it may. I am not qualified in the law and have ‘no dog in the fight’ to attempt to address the finer points of
  12. 171.He had a very good working relationship with Mr Goodwin and indeed had acted for him in his personal capacity. Perhaps Mr Carter ought to have perceived a conflict of interest because it seems to me that Mr Carter's conduct of the case is characterised by his willingness to bend over backwards to be fair to the Government's arguments rather than to be a fearless advocate for his own client. 172.I consider that he was too forgiving of Mr Harding whose inexplicable conduct (as it seems to me) on 24th February 2010 began the regrettable chain of events. Mr Carter's client's interests
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