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SONAR-BENDER

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"My 12 year old daughter came home from High School and said that three in her class have decided to transition after speaking to the Guidance Teacher. The same Guidance Teacher told her that because she plays football with a mixed gender team that she might really desire to be a boy. She suggested counselling with a transgender councillor might help her and give her tablets to stop puberty."

"During the meeting with his Guidance Teacher, my son was given a cup of tea and, sitting comfortably, he was asked questions about his sexual desires/activities and what girls or boys he liked at school."

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"My 12 year old daughter came home from High School and said that three in her class have decided to transition after speaking to the Guidance Teacher. The same Guidance Teacher told her that because she plays football with a mixed gender team that she might really desire to be a boy. She suggested counselling with a transgender councillor might help her and give her tablets to stop puberty."

"During the meeting with his Guidance Teacher, my son was given a cup of tea and, sitting comfortably, he was asked questions about his sexual desires/activities and what girls or boys he liked at school."

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If someone on the internet was doing that to kids, they would be locked up for being a child abuser.
 

SONAR-BENDER

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CHINESE SPY SCANDAL ENGULFS "USEFUL IDIOT" STURGEON AND THE SNP
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon and her gullible SNP administration
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Chinese organisation at the centre of the Westminster spying row
Ms Lee, who has donated £500,000 to Labour MP Barry Gardiner, works closely with the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
In October 2020, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the CPAFFC had "sought to directly and malignly influence" state and local leaders to promote China’s global agenda.
Alarmingly, Mr Pompeo said the organisation was tasked with "co-opting subnational governments".
We can reveal the First Minister has longstanding ties to the CPAFFC, having visited China as their guest on several occasions and even welcoming the vice-president to the Scottish Parliament.
Stuart Crawford, a former army officer and SNP defence spokesman who now works as a defence and security commentator, said there were serious questions for the Scottish Government.
He said: "If the US State department has stated that publicly then I think we can safely assume that this organisation has a dual mandate, at best.
"You could say they have found a useful idiot in Nicola Sturgeon. The Scottish Government and Nicola Sturgeon would have been flattered by the attention and of course she is always seeking to present herself as a leader on the world stage, just look at her behaviour at Cop26. They don’t call her Elsie McSelfie for nothing.
"I wouldn’t go as far as saying she or the Scottish Government would’ve been overtly aware that they were being played but they appear to have been slightly naive in not questioning the Chinese interest in a tiny wee country off the northern coast of Europe.
You must always ask what is in it for them? The answer is that anything that seeks to weaken the UK state would be good for China, not to mention Russia and Iran. It all boils down to the strategic importance of Scotland and the UK’s nuclear deterrent at Faslane. When you peel away all the layers of the onion you always come back to Faslane.
"If they [the Scottish Government] haven’t been aware of what else was going on then they have been very naive. What is in it for China? Why are they trying to get close to Scotland? It certainly isn't because of our shipbuilding, our Irn-Bru or our Buckfast. It is because Scotland is seen as a weak point of entry into the UK state."
In July 2015, just eight months after she became First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon visited China as a guest of the CPAFFC and met Yang Jiech, the director of Beijing's Central Foreign Affairs Commission.
The following year, she welcomed the CPAFFC's vice-president Song Jingwu to her private office at the Scottish Parliament where she thanked the organisation for all of its "hospitality and great support".
The First Minister was back in China in 2018, where she gave a speech at an event in Beijing hosted jointly by Unicef and the CPAFFC.
In a speech proudly transcribed in full on the SNP's website, she said: "I’m delighted to speak once again at the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
"I am very grateful for everything this organisation does to strengthen the ties between our Scottish Affairs Office in Beijing, and the Chinese Government’s State Council – and I’m aware that that’s just one example of the good work you do to forge friendships with countries around the world."
In October 2020, Donald Trump's Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US was pulling out of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2011 to promote co-operation between Washington and Beijing.
In a statement, he said: "Following the signing of the MOU, however, Chinese Peoples’ Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC) a Beijing-based organization tasked with co-opting subnational governments, has sought to directly and malignly influence state and local leaders to promote the PRC’s global agenda. CPAFFC’s actions have undermined the Governors Forum’s original well-intentioned purpose."
After the claims about Ms Lee emerged, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: “I know it will be deeply concerning to many that an individual who has knowingly engaged in political interference activities on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party has targeted parliamentarians.”
But she insisted the UK has “strong structures” in place to identify foreign interference and “where necessary, proportionate action is always taken to mitigate these threats, thanks to our world-leading intelligence and security agencies”.
Mr Gardiner received the donations from Ms Lee – mainly to cover staffing costs in his office – over a period of six years, and employed her son as his diary manager.
The disclosures came after MI5 took the rare step of issuing MPs and peers with a warning about Ms Lee’s cultivating of British politicians to secure a “UK political landscape” that was “favourable” to China.
In the Commons, former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith said Ms Lee’s activities were “a matter of grave concern” and called for an overhaul of Parliament’s accreditation procedures.He said he had been involved in helping Hong Kong-Chinese people flee the communist regime and expressed concern they could now be at risk.
“We have names and numbers of people, and that leaves me worrying that some of these have been accessed by such an individual,” he said.
These will be their lives and families at risk and I am deeply concerned about this because my activities therefore may well have therefore been traced, as those as well from my colleagues and friends.”
The Scottish Government has been approached for comment.
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon


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Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Ch
 

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CHINESE SPY SCANDAL ENGULFS "USEFUL IDIOT" STURGEON AND THE SNP
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon and her gullible SNP administration
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Chinese organisation at the centre of the Westminster spying row
Ms Lee, who has donated £500,000 to Labour MP Barry Gardiner, works closely with the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
In October 2020, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the CPAFFC had "sought to directly and malignly influence" state and local leaders to promote China’s global agenda.
Alarmingly, Mr Pompeo said the organisation was tasked with "co-opting subnational governments".
We can reveal the First Minister has longstanding ties to the CPAFFC, having visited China as their guest on several occasions and even welcoming the vice-president to the Scottish Parliament.
Stuart Crawford, a former army officer and SNP defence spokesman who now works as a defence and security commentator, said there were serious questions for the Scottish Government.
He said: "If the US State department has stated that publicly then I think we can safely assume that this organisation has a dual mandate, at best.
"You could say they have found a useful idiot in Nicola Sturgeon. The Scottish Government and Nicola Sturgeon would have been flattered by the attention and of course she is always seeking to present herself as a leader on the world stage, just look at her behaviour at Cop26. They don’t call her Elsie McSelfie for nothing.
"I wouldn’t go as far as saying she or the Scottish Government would’ve been overtly aware that they were being played but they appear to have been slightly naive in not questioning the Chinese interest in a tiny wee country off the northern coast of Europe.
You must always ask what is in it for them? The answer is that anything that seeks to weaken the UK state would be good for China, not to mention Russia and Iran. It all boils down to the strategic importance of Scotland and the UK’s nuclear deterrent at Faslane. When you peel away all the layers of the onion you always come back to Faslane.
"If they [the Scottish Government] haven’t been aware of what else was going on then they have been very naive. What is in it for China? Why are they trying to get close to Scotland? It certainly isn't because of our shipbuilding, our Irn-Bru or our Buckfast. It is because Scotland is seen as a weak point of entry into the UK state."
In July 2015, just eight months after she became First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon visited China as a guest of the CPAFFC and met Yang Jiech, the director of Beijing's Central Foreign Affairs Commission.
The following year, she welcomed the CPAFFC's vice-president Song Jingwu to her private office at the Scottish Parliament where she thanked the organisation for all of its "hospitality and great support".
The First Minister was back in China in 2018, where she gave a speech at an event in Beijing hosted jointly by Unicef and the CPAFFC.
In a speech proudly transcribed in full on the SNP's website, she said: "I’m delighted to speak once again at the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
"I am very grateful for everything this organisation does to strengthen the ties between our Scottish Affairs Office in Beijing, and the Chinese Government’s State Council – and I’m aware that that’s just one example of the good work you do to forge friendships with countries around the world."
In October 2020, Donald Trump's Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US was pulling out of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2011 to promote co-operation between Washington and Beijing.
In a statement, he said: "Following the signing of the MOU, however, Chinese Peoples’ Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC) a Beijing-based organization tasked with co-opting subnational governments, has sought to directly and malignly influence state and local leaders to promote the PRC’s global agenda. CPAFFC’s actions have undermined the Governors Forum’s original well-intentioned purpose."
After the claims about Ms Lee emerged, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: “I know it will be deeply concerning to many that an individual who has knowingly engaged in political interference activities on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party has targeted parliamentarians.”
But she insisted the UK has “strong structures” in place to identify foreign interference and “where necessary, proportionate action is always taken to mitigate these threats, thanks to our world-leading intelligence and security agencies”.
Mr Gardiner received the donations from Ms Lee – mainly to cover staffing costs in his office – over a period of six years, and employed her son as his diary manager.
The disclosures came after MI5 took the rare step of issuing MPs and peers with a warning about Ms Lee’s cultivating of British politicians to secure a “UK political landscape” that was “favourable” to China.
In the Commons, former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith said Ms Lee’s activities were “a matter of grave concern” and called for an overhaul of Parliament’s accreditation procedures.He said he had been involved in helping Hong Kong-Chinese people flee the communist regime and expressed concern they could now be at risk.
“We have names and numbers of people, and that leaves me worrying that some of these have been accessed by such an individual,” he said.
These will be their lives and families at risk and I am deeply concerned about this because my activities therefore may well have therefore been traced, as those as well from my colleagues and friends.”
The Scottish Government has been approached for comment.
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon

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Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Ch
She will have no recollection of any dealings with China.
 

mainbrace

Lantern Swinger
Pity Cummings cannot become the victim of a mysterious 'accident'.
After all it's happened before when when people kick the traces....
The problem for Boris is that Cummings knows where the bodies are buried. He's probably got other poison stashed away in his devices that he can drip feed to the journos; AND, if I were a gambling man, I'd have two bob each way that he still has contacts within No 10 who keep him informed.
From where I sit, it looks like death by 1000 cuts is in progress.
 

Dredd

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CHINESE SPY SCANDAL ENGULFS "USEFUL IDIOT" STURGEON AND THE SNP
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon and her gullible SNP administration
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Chinese organisation at the centre of the Westminster spying row
Ms Lee, who has donated £500,000 to Labour MP Barry Gardiner, works closely with the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
In October 2020, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the CPAFFC had "sought to directly and malignly influence" state and local leaders to promote China’s global agenda.
Alarmingly, Mr Pompeo said the organisation was tasked with "co-opting subnational governments".
We can reveal the First Minister has longstanding ties to the CPAFFC, having visited China as their guest on several occasions and even welcoming the vice-president to the Scottish Parliament.
Stuart Crawford, a former army officer and SNP defence spokesman who now works as a defence and security commentator, said there were serious questions for the Scottish Government.
He said: "If the US State department has stated that publicly then I think we can safely assume that this organisation has a dual mandate, at best.
"You could say they have found a useful idiot in Nicola Sturgeon. The Scottish Government and Nicola Sturgeon would have been flattered by the attention and of course she is always seeking to present herself as a leader on the world stage, just look at her behaviour at Cop26. They don’t call her Elsie McSelfie for nothing.
"I wouldn’t go as far as saying she or the Scottish Government would’ve been overtly aware that they were being played but they appear to have been slightly naive in not questioning the Chinese interest in a tiny wee country off the northern coast of Europe.
You must always ask what is in it for them? The answer is that anything that seeks to weaken the UK state would be good for China, not to mention Russia and Iran. It all boils down to the strategic importance of Scotland and the UK’s nuclear deterrent at Faslane. When you peel away all the layers of the onion you always come back to Faslane.
"If they [the Scottish Government] haven’t been aware of what else was going on then they have been very naive. What is in it for China? Why are they trying to get close to Scotland? It certainly isn't because of our shipbuilding, our Irn-Bru or our Buckfast. It is because Scotland is seen as a weak point of entry into the UK state."
In July 2015, just eight months after she became First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon visited China as a guest of the CPAFFC and met Yang Jiech, the director of Beijing's Central Foreign Affairs Commission.
The following year, she welcomed the CPAFFC's vice-president Song Jingwu to her private office at the Scottish Parliament where she thanked the organisation for all of its "hospitality and great support".
The First Minister was back in China in 2018, where she gave a speech at an event in Beijing hosted jointly by Unicef and the CPAFFC.
In a speech proudly transcribed in full on the SNP's website, she said: "I’m delighted to speak once again at the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
"I am very grateful for everything this organisation does to strengthen the ties between our Scottish Affairs Office in Beijing, and the Chinese Government’s State Council – and I’m aware that that’s just one example of the good work you do to forge friendships with countries around the world."
In October 2020, Donald Trump's Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US was pulling out of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2011 to promote co-operation between Washington and Beijing.
In a statement, he said: "Following the signing of the MOU, however, Chinese Peoples’ Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC) a Beijing-based organization tasked with co-opting subnational governments, has sought to directly and malignly influence state and local leaders to promote the PRC’s global agenda. CPAFFC’s actions have undermined the Governors Forum’s original well-intentioned purpose."
After the claims about Ms Lee emerged, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: “I know it will be deeply concerning to many that an individual who has knowingly engaged in political interference activities on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party has targeted parliamentarians.”
But she insisted the UK has “strong structures” in place to identify foreign interference and “where necessary, proportionate action is always taken to mitigate these threats, thanks to our world-leading intelligence and security agencies”.
Mr Gardiner received the donations from Ms Lee – mainly to cover staffing costs in his office – over a period of six years, and employed her son as his diary manager.
The disclosures came after MI5 took the rare step of issuing MPs and peers with a warning about Ms Lee’s cultivating of British politicians to secure a “UK political landscape” that was “favourable” to China.
In the Commons, former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith said Ms Lee’s activities were “a matter of grave concern” and called for an overhaul of Parliament’s accreditation procedures.He said he had been involved in helping Hong Kong-Chinese people flee the communist regime and expressed concern they could now be at risk.
“We have names and numbers of people, and that leaves me worrying that some of these have been accessed by such an individual,” he said.
These will be their lives and families at risk and I am deeply concerned about this because my activities therefore may well have therefore been traced, as those as well from my colleagues and friends.”
The Scottish Government has been approached for comment.
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon

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Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Ch

Look, these things happen . . .
 

Salty-Dog

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[QUOTE="mainbrace, post: 1534838, .........He's probably got other poison stashed away in his devices that he can drip feed to the journos; AND, if I were a gambling man, I'd have two bob each way that he still has contacts within No 10 who keep him informed.
[/QUOTE]
Larry the cat or Dylin the dog??
 

Perry

Lantern Swinger
Surely Cummings and other civil servants have signed the official secrets act? Find them out and lock them up or pass the names to Jason Bourne ;)
 

Sumo

War Hero
[QUOTE="mainbrace, post: 1534838, .........He's probably got other poison stashed away in his devices that he can drip feed to the journos; AND, if I were a gambling man, I'd have two bob each way that he still has contacts within No 10 who keep him informed.
Larry the cat or Dylin the dog??
[/QUOTE]
Both above Cummings level of working.
 

fishhead

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CHINESE SPY SCANDAL ENGULFS "USEFUL IDIOT" STURGEON AND THE SNP
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon and her gullible SNP administration
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Chinese organisation at the centre of the Westminster spying row
Ms Lee, who has donated £500,000 to Labour MP Barry Gardiner, works closely with the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
In October 2020, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the CPAFFC had "sought to directly and malignly influence" state and local leaders to promote China’s global agenda.
Alarmingly, Mr Pompeo said the organisation was tasked with "co-opting subnational governments".
We can reveal the First Minister has longstanding ties to the CPAFFC, having visited China as their guest on several occasions and even welcoming the vice-president to the Scottish Parliament.
Stuart Crawford, a former army officer and SNP defence spokesman who now works as a defence and security commentator, said there were serious questions for the Scottish Government.
He said: "If the US State department has stated that publicly then I think we can safely assume that this organisation has a dual mandate, at best.
"You could say they have found a useful idiot in Nicola Sturgeon. The Scottish Government and Nicola Sturgeon would have been flattered by the attention and of course she is always seeking to present herself as a leader on the world stage, just look at her behaviour at Cop26. They don’t call her Elsie McSelfie for nothing.
"I wouldn’t go as far as saying she or the Scottish Government would’ve been overtly aware that they were being played but they appear to have been slightly naive in not questioning the Chinese interest in a tiny wee country off the northern coast of Europe.
You must always ask what is in it for them? The answer is that anything that seeks to weaken the UK state would be good for China, not to mention Russia and Iran. It all boils down to the strategic importance of Scotland and the UK’s nuclear deterrent at Faslane. When you peel away all the layers of the onion you always come back to Faslane.
"If they [the Scottish Government] haven’t been aware of what else was going on then they have been very naive. What is in it for China? Why are they trying to get close to Scotland? It certainly isn't because of our shipbuilding, our Irn-Bru or our Buckfast. It is because Scotland is seen as a weak point of entry into the UK state."
In July 2015, just eight months after she became First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon visited China as a guest of the CPAFFC and met Yang Jiech, the director of Beijing's Central Foreign Affairs Commission.
The following year, she welcomed the CPAFFC's vice-president Song Jingwu to her private office at the Scottish Parliament where she thanked the organisation for all of its "hospitality and great support".
The First Minister was back in China in 2018, where she gave a speech at an event in Beijing hosted jointly by Unicef and the CPAFFC.
In a speech proudly transcribed in full on the SNP's website, she said: "I’m delighted to speak once again at the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC).
"I am very grateful for everything this organisation does to strengthen the ties between our Scottish Affairs Office in Beijing, and the Chinese Government’s State Council – and I’m aware that that’s just one example of the good work you do to forge friendships with countries around the world."
In October 2020, Donald Trump's Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US was pulling out of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2011 to promote co-operation between Washington and Beijing.
In a statement, he said: "Following the signing of the MOU, however, Chinese Peoples’ Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC) a Beijing-based organization tasked with co-opting subnational governments, has sought to directly and malignly influence state and local leaders to promote the PRC’s global agenda. CPAFFC’s actions have undermined the Governors Forum’s original well-intentioned purpose."
After the claims about Ms Lee emerged, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: “I know it will be deeply concerning to many that an individual who has knowingly engaged in political interference activities on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party has targeted parliamentarians.”
But she insisted the UK has “strong structures” in place to identify foreign interference and “where necessary, proportionate action is always taken to mitigate these threats, thanks to our world-leading intelligence and security agencies”.
Mr Gardiner received the donations from Ms Lee – mainly to cover staffing costs in his office – over a period of six years, and employed her son as his diary manager.
The disclosures came after MI5 took the rare step of issuing MPs and peers with a warning about Ms Lee’s cultivating of British politicians to secure a “UK political landscape” that was “favourable” to China.
In the Commons, former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith said Ms Lee’s activities were “a matter of grave concern” and called for an overhaul of Parliament’s accreditation procedures.He said he had been involved in helping Hong Kong-Chinese people flee the communist regime and expressed concern they could now be at risk.
“We have names and numbers of people, and that leaves me worrying that some of these have been accessed by such an individual,” he said.
These will be their lives and families at risk and I am deeply concerned about this because my activities therefore may well have therefore been traced, as those as well from my colleagues and friends.”
The Scottish Government has been approached for comment.
Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon

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Chinese spy scandal engulfs 'useful idiot' Nicola Sturgeon
Exclusive: The First Minister has longstanding ties to the shadowy Ch
It's not the only time Wee Krankie has been viewed as a useful idiot. The EU was very happy to harness her zeal to remain in the EU and she was invited to Brussels several times to be feted and given vague promises about how Scotland might join the EU again as an independent nation.
 
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