Anonymous just exposed the Royal family for murdering Princess Diana and I have never felt so fucking relieved to know that the truth is finally out there. Princess Diana was everything the royal family was not and they killed her for it, now we know the truth and they will not cover this up as they did before
I don’t know why this isn’t getting attention on here but Anonymous released a lot of information regarding Trump and Epstien. As well as confirmed Princess Diana’s assassination.
Twitter is currently working against everyone, deleting and hiding tweets. No prominent news media is speaking up or covering the situation. It’s like everyone decided to ignore the fucking proof that Donald Trump is a rapist and a pedophile.
I’m torn between being incredibly proud of the protests in London and being terrified that the people protesting will all get sick and that so many people together not sticking to social distancing advice will undermine any effort to get Dominic Cummings to resign.
Before it was King’s Cross, it was known as Battle Bridge. And
before the railways arrived, another vast landmark dominated the area: the
Great Dust Heap. It was here that the contents of dustcarts were emptied,
producing a huge mound consisting of all the detritus of London’s coal fires –
mostly ash and cinders, with other household waste mixed through.
Every day, scavengers would scale the heap and sift for
anything of value - broken pottery, earthenware, oyster shells,
discarded pans, rags, dead animals – that they might sell on for a few pennies.
They would be joined by feral dogs, cats, pigs and fowl, picking their way
through for anything remotely edible. All of them were likely unaware of the
most valuable component of the heap – the ash itself.
Owners of dust heaps could make a fortune.
The ash was a key component in making bricks – its use can be seen in many of
London’s Victorian buildings, with their bricks being a dark cinder colour.
However, accounts of the demise of Great Dust Heap suggest that it did not find itself
spread out around London, but was instead shipped off to Russia, to help
make bricks in the rebuilding of Moscow. The land the heap stood on was sold to
the Pandemonium Company, who planned to build a pleasure gardens
complete with a theatre, music gallery, ballroom, drama school, picture
galleries, reading rooms and even a suspended railway – perhaps more on this