ACH (1775) Mallificus Scott - The Limeys #69 - Bank Holiday Limeyland

In today’s show originally broadcast on May 2 2022, Andy presents “The Limeys” with his co-host Mallificus Scott for a show entitled, “Bank Holiday Limeyland.”

We discussed: the Alex Jones clip that we played during the show intro segment; what happens on a May Day Bank Holiday in the UK; the importance of granting yourself downtime; the recent jailing of Boris Becker; the “Kojak” television series; how we are now up to 2,096 deaths and 453,680 people injured from the vaccines according to figures off the UK Government website; people we know who have had adverse reactions to the Covid Vaccine; Mallificus’ news on “The Great Distraction”; the cases of Child Hepatitis that are popping up all over the world; the latest Daily Mail trial balloon article encouraging people to eat insects, which is incidentally forbidden in the Bible; the increasing use of Communitarian Terminology in the mainstream media; how Osama Bin Laden is the gift that keeps on giving; President Zelensky’s extensive guest list; the 9/11 test to determine if a world leader is truthworthy; how Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter dovetails with elements of “David Goldberg’s Final Words”; Mallificus’ news roundup of the week; and many other topics.

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Click Here For The British Government’s Page “Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccine Adverse Reactions” And Click On The Four Analysis Prints That Claims An Aggregate Total Of 2,096 People Have Died And 453,680 People Have Been Injured After Taking The Vaccine

Click Here For Proof That The British Government Expected A HIGH VOLUME OF ADVERSE REACTIONS TO THE COVID-19 VACCINE. Scroll Down To Point II.1.4 On This European Union Website

Click Here For The Office Of National Statistics Report Showing That 6,183 People Have Died Of Covid Only In The UK

Click Here For The Latest Daily Mail Trial Balloon Article Promoting The Eating Of Insects

Click Here For The Daily Mail Article On Osama Bin Laden

Click Here For The YouTube Video Of The England World Cup Squad’s 1970 Song “Back Home” That We Closed The Show Out With Today