Elvis, We the People, & your brilliant comments
Elvis is king I agree, I have his album on in my car for the last 18 months since I went to see the movie with Austin Butler, who I thought did him proud. Tracks 14,15 and 16 , I if could dream, in the ghetto and suspicious minds .. foot down, roof down, sunglasses on and I just drive. Clears the head. Have a great weekend everyone x
I did listen to the KC and agree the entire thing is a whitewash. I guess we can only hope some believers watch it and think again. My 52 year old cousin had one, Astra Zeneca, against her better judgement - her husband was very vulnerable and she was guilted/coerced. Anyhoo, immediately post jab she had pain and tingling from the jab site all the way up to her temple. GP was utterly useless so she took asprin for a month and no more jabs. Today they're testing her for blood cancer. I can only engage in goldfish type spans now, I am just too angry to talk much. I'd have no problem pointing a gun though.
My mum was sucked in out of fear, had FOUR jabs, against my warnings. She got diagnosed with chronic leukaemia earlier this year. I told her I think it’s her jabs and both she and my dad didn’t say much in reply.
I urged her not to get the next one but unfortunately I think she will, because her consultant suggested it 🤬. It’s just ongoing, and I’m feeling hopeless.
I don’t know how I can watch her demise up close, it’s so painful.
Big love to everyone with stories like mine. X
Another week of fantastic podcasts. Just managed to binge catch up over the weekend. Thanks for all you do I really do appreciate it, and get a lot of energy and resolve from them.
Interesting about people slowly waking up, I think you are right. But boy do people need to wake the fuck up soon this world is heading to hell in a handcart!!
One love Nath
Blood cancer cases seem to be on the increase; I know one man, in his sixties, who is really suffering. It's the same old paradigm of ignoring cases and covering up by instigating useless enquiries that take forever to draw conclusions.
My favourite version of Polk Salad Annie is by the writer, Tony Joe White, aka the Swamp Fox. He also wrote Rainy Night in Georgia and is like a cross between Elvis and Tom Jones
Brilliant pod, I've just returned from a wonderful holiday in Portugal and I managed to switch off from it all for my sanity so I've been having a big catch up and loving your podcasts. I did notice a huge change where we stayed in Portugal. We went back to the same place as last year and last year the poor waiters, receptionists and taxi drivers etc were all wearing masks (I think it was mandated). This year none at all and that was everywhere we went, no lingering mask wearers anywhere. However at the airport on departing a few idiotic British tourists were wearing them. The fear and indoctrination is still hard wired into some people.
🎶"Are you lonesome tonight, are the stars shining bright... tell me dear are you lonesome tonight" 🎵
I liked Elvis in his black leather jumpsuit days. Wow he was peak gorgeousness. Love Polk Salad Annie. Texas did a great video of this period with Charlene dressed as Elvis it was really clever just little flashes of Charlene with the suit and sideburns from the back looking over her shoulder you could think it was him! Think the song was Inner Smile. Loved the great music video days people were so creative. Austin Butler did a great job inmho. If I could dream great song! Underplayed. Great pod as per usual Abster xxx
I especially loved two of your comments Abi. “Oops, I slipped on a tyranny” and “ rushing like lemmings over a cliff” to get the jab.
“I hope this suit don’t break apart” during Suspicious Minds