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The Handyman
I . victim and trying to stop the impending doom of bank societal control. Blink & you will miss it thanks to
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The Handyman 1h
Sorry but you lied, you cheated, and you got caught. Now it’s you that will have to justify that with such a pathetic reputation score. Crap service end to end
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The Handyman 1h
Sorry but you lied, you cheated, and you got caught. Now it’s you that will have to justify that with such a pathetic reputation score. Crap service end to end
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The Handyman 5h
Replying to @BBCNewsPR
Sorry to hear this of course. Yet The Beeb regularly ignore bank malpractice victims and whistleblowers who are tortured and suffer multiple cases of PTSD. 30 years for me and nobody even bats an eyelid. torture UK
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Wolfster 5h
Forget and for a moment please. What are you doing about this embarrassment? Are there any plans to discover what is happening to victims who have relied on this service? FYI
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Wolfster 6h
Help this fella out and retweet please...this is serious
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The Handyman 6h
Replying to @TheFCA @YouTube
A year and a half on from AGM and nothing...absolutely nothing...more suffering, but that counts as utterly nothingness. Angry Whistleblower Speaks Out At The FCA Public Meeting 2018 via
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The Handyman 7h
Forget and for a moment please. What are you doing about this embarrassment? Are there any plans to discover what is happening to victims who have relied on this service? FYI
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The Handyman 7h
Whilst I respect the sect, things were going bad long before in fact many remainers are oblivious to it unfortunately, and without a kickback of people against the corruption, at local level, we won’t stand a chance of defending ourselves against what’s coming.
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The Handyman 7h
Finally, the bank victims I speak to are in the EU, Australia & US in particular. Massive land & asset grabs are going on, paralleled across the world. Australia has just had a Royal Inquiry, we are close to one, the masses are only getting jigsaw pieces, we see a global agenda.
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The Handyman 8h
When it comes to The EU you had better know who and what is going on implicitly to support it, or likely hood is you will be wrong.
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The Handyman 8h
These words were pretty uncommon 15-20 yrs ago, now a whole sector of society can be called it. Just as the CIA silently tortured victims with MKUltra 1960s, they issue the buzz words like ‘conspiracy theory’ to the wider public who use it to discredit. MKUltra was since exposed.
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The Handyman 8h
20 yrs ago, people laughed at a New World Order. One Government, One Race type stuff, but I’m afraid much of it has come true, & it’s only the rejection by indigenous to thwart the mass change within that has triggered racist, Xenophobic, Islamaphobic to become widely used....
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The Handyman 8h
So really, I’d rather go knock with fellow sufferers and say, listen Boris, what’s occurring, you have to sort this problem out as the and the does not regard indigenous tortured whistleblowers to be worth ever hearing.
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The Handyman 8h
The don’t engage in indigenous problems, even when they know the Government is tyrannical. So if my Gov or The Freemasons abuse to a point where it’s a human rights abuse, the EU do absolutely nothing. There is still no accountability.
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The Handyman 8h
Sure I need to answer that of course, this may take a thread so bear with me. I know from looking back on history that local accountability got things done quickly. The bigger the system, the higher up it goes, the longer it takes. I would rather fight UK gov than fight the EU...
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Rocky Dooog 12h
True but leaving will not help it. Is the question you have to ask, who is most likely to change the situation? A government that is basically bankrolled by the city, and done nothing to tackle the situation, or the EU who have a record of telling big business to 'go do one'?
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The Handyman 8h
And look...here is me holding the FCA to account. Angry Whistleblower Speaks Out At The FCA Public Meeting 2018 via The unaffected people will ignore everything until it knocks on their door, but by then it will be too late.
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The Handyman 9h
Great great question. Really it’s People Vs Big Business / Government. The latter have been unaccountable for a very long time. See this example 👇 most people think this is a functional org because their mindset is that Government will help. Au Contraire as my circles have seen.
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The Handyman 9h
Replying to @HillaryClinton
How’s the bleachbit going
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The Handyman 23h
We’ve arrested no bankers, but a small fishing country went against the global powers, defaulted on debt, then threw 28 bankers in Jail...The City of London? Zero for the same crimes. We are a corrupt powerhouse and it is certainly unlikely staying in the EU will resolve it.
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