VIDEO: Petrol stations under pressure as panic-buying hits East Lancashire

Lancashire Telegraph: Drivers have been advised by the Government to top-up half-empty tanks Drivers have been advised by the Government to top-up half-empty tanks

FUEL supplies at petrol stations in East Lancashire are running low as motorists rush to fill their tanks ahead of a possible tanker drivers' strike.

Reports are coming in of long queues at petrol stations, as well as petrol station closures across the district.

  • Have you spotted queues at a petrol station? Has the petrol station near you closed? Let us know below.

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1:25pm Thu 29 Mar 12

makaveli96 says...

Why do people need fuel?

Why would anyone want to leave Blackburn anyway?

Its the EX-PREMIERSHIP CHAMPIONS town!!

What was the score at TURF last night eh!!
Why do people need fuel? Why would anyone want to leave Blackburn anyway? Its the EX-PREMIERSHIP CHAMPIONS town!! What was the score at TURF last night eh!! makaveli96

1:47pm Thu 29 Mar 12

caballo says...

Why are you exacerbating the problem? Panic buying caused by irresponsible reporting.
Why are you exacerbating the problem? Panic buying caused by irresponsible reporting. caballo

1:56pm Thu 29 Mar 12

darwenTower says...

I noticed that fuel was approx 8p per litre more expensive yesterday than the day before.

What's that about?
I noticed that fuel was approx 8p per litre more expensive yesterday than the day before. What's that about? darwenTower

1:57pm Thu 29 Mar 12

ToffeeGuy says...

Madness!

It's madness I tell you. I had to queue for 45 minutes at the forecourt this morning. I didn't even want petrol, I wanted a book of stamps and a pasty before they go up in price.
Madness! It's madness I tell you. I had to queue for 45 minutes at the forecourt this morning. I didn't even want petrol, I wanted a book of stamps and a pasty before they go up in price. ToffeeGuy

2:03pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Noiticer says...

This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.
This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol. Noiticer

2:10pm Thu 29 Mar 12

makaveli96 says...

Noiticer wrote:
This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.
Why dont we opt out of London rule?

We should run our own town!
[quote][p][bold]Noiticer[/bold] wrote: This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.[/p][/quote]Why dont we opt out of London rule? We should run our own town! makaveli96

2:43pm Thu 29 Mar 12

philmoulden says...

makaveli96 wrote:
Noiticer wrote:
This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.
Why dont we opt out of London rule?

We should run our own town!
power to the people
[quote][p][bold]makaveli96[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noiticer[/bold] wrote: This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.[/p][/quote]Why dont we opt out of London rule? We should run our own town![/p][/quote]power to the people philmoulden

3:08pm Thu 29 Mar 12

maxcollie says...

BLAME THIS GOVERNMENT FOR TELLING PEOPLE TO STOCK UP ON FUEL. YOU CAN BET THAT CAMERON WONT DO WITHOUT FUEL.
BLAME THIS GOVERNMENT FOR TELLING PEOPLE TO STOCK UP ON FUEL. YOU CAN BET THAT CAMERON WONT DO WITHOUT FUEL. maxcollie

3:37pm Thu 29 Mar 12

harrythehamster says...

darwenTower wrote:
I noticed that fuel was approx 8p per litre more expensive yesterday than the day before. What's that about?
Racketering mate that's what's all about.The age of the spiv has returned
[quote][p][bold]darwenTower[/bold] wrote: I noticed that fuel was approx 8p per litre more expensive yesterday than the day before. What's that about?[/p][/quote]Racketering mate that's what's all about.The age of the spiv has returned harrythehamster

3:45pm Thu 29 Mar 12

louderfasterlonger says...

The statements yesterday from the government were staggering, considering that the Unions and Employers are currently in talks with ACAS to resolve their differences and any strike action must be preceded by 7 days notice.
David Cameron's and particularly Maude's ludicrous statement telling people to stock pile their garages with fuel fly in the face of common sense.
Is this all part of the contingency plan together with the use of our brave soldiers to break the strike and deem it ineffective ?
The government, in issuing this warning have become part of the problem rather than finding a solution.
At least Thatcher had the foresight to stock up with a couple of years worth of foreign coal and introduce draconian anti-union laws before she brutalised the miners.
Or are we so dependent on fuel for our economy that David Cameron sees our stockpiling of fuel (and fuel-dependent goods) as the only way to boost the countries GDP and avoid a double-dip recession ?

Yes David... most of us can see right through you !
The statements yesterday from the government were staggering, considering that the Unions and Employers are currently in talks with ACAS to resolve their differences and any strike action must be preceded by 7 days notice. David Cameron's and particularly Maude's ludicrous statement telling people to stock pile their garages with fuel fly in the face of common sense. Is this all part of the contingency plan together with the use of our brave soldiers to break the strike and deem it ineffective ? The government, in issuing this warning have become part of the problem rather than finding a solution. At least Thatcher had the foresight to stock up with a couple of years worth of foreign coal and introduce draconian anti-union laws before she brutalised the miners. Or are we so dependent on fuel for our economy that David Cameron sees our stockpiling of fuel (and fuel-dependent goods) as the only way to boost the countries GDP and avoid a double-dip recession ? Yes David... most of us can see right through you ! louderfasterlonger

4:06pm Thu 29 Mar 12

makaveli96 says...

louderfasterlonger wrote:
The statements yesterday from the government were staggering, considering that the Unions and Employers are currently in talks with ACAS to resolve their differences and any strike action must be preceded by 7 days notice. David Cameron's and particularly Maude's ludicrous statement telling people to stock pile their garages with fuel fly in the face of common sense. Is this all part of the contingency plan together with the use of our brave soldiers to break the strike and deem it ineffective ? The government, in issuing this warning have become part of the problem rather than finding a solution. At least Thatcher had the foresight to stock up with a couple of years worth of foreign coal and introduce draconian anti-union laws before she brutalised the miners. Or are we so dependent on fuel for our economy that David Cameron sees our stockpiling of fuel (and fuel-dependent goods) as the only way to boost the countries GDP and avoid a double-dip recession ? Yes David... most of us can see right through you !
Will he apologise like Henry 8th did?
[quote][p][bold]louderfasterlonger[/bold] wrote: The statements yesterday from the government were staggering, considering that the Unions and Employers are currently in talks with ACAS to resolve their differences and any strike action must be preceded by 7 days notice. David Cameron's and particularly Maude's ludicrous statement telling people to stock pile their garages with fuel fly in the face of common sense. Is this all part of the contingency plan together with the use of our brave soldiers to break the strike and deem it ineffective ? The government, in issuing this warning have become part of the problem rather than finding a solution. At least Thatcher had the foresight to stock up with a couple of years worth of foreign coal and introduce draconian anti-union laws before she brutalised the miners. Or are we so dependent on fuel for our economy that David Cameron sees our stockpiling of fuel (and fuel-dependent goods) as the only way to boost the countries GDP and avoid a double-dip recession ? Yes David... most of us can see right through you ![/p][/quote]Will he apologise like Henry 8th did? makaveli96

4:19pm Thu 29 Mar 12

darwenTower says...

ToffeeGuy wrote:
Madness!

It's madness I tell you. I had to queue for 45 minutes at the forecourt this morning. I didn't even want petrol, I wanted a book of stamps and a pasty before they go up in price.
Brill!
[quote][p][bold]ToffeeGuy[/bold] wrote: Madness! It's madness I tell you. I had to queue for 45 minutes at the forecourt this morning. I didn't even want petrol, I wanted a book of stamps and a pasty before they go up in price.[/p][/quote]Brill! darwenTower

4:49pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Wandering Sufi says...

If the politicians didn't start rambling advising the public to 'make more visits to fuel pumps often' ,maybe we wouldn't be in this mess...great logic behind that one !!

Politicians aint got nothing to worry about..their 3lt BMW's & fuel is paid for by taxpayers so why should they give a t0ss ?

Blackburn Tesco's fuel station ran outta fuel this afternoon, all others will follow suit.
If the politicians didn't start rambling advising the public to 'make more visits to fuel pumps often' ,maybe we wouldn't be in this mess...great logic behind that one !! Politicians aint got nothing to worry about..their 3lt BMW's & fuel is paid for by taxpayers so why should they give a t0ss ? Blackburn Tesco's fuel station ran outta fuel this afternoon, all others will follow suit. Wandering Sufi

5:34pm Thu 29 Mar 12

makaveli96 says...

Wheres all the comments gone?
Wheres all the comments gone? makaveli96

5:52pm Thu 29 Mar 12

TONY WALES says...

The government is stitching people up here, and laughing all the way to the bank.
They are receiving more fuel duty, and more VAT on the petrol/diesel which you pay for, they don't make this money until it is sold.
The oil companies are making larger profits. The petrol stations are adding a few pence extra, to increase their profits. The tanker drivers are working flat out, unlimited overtime, (within the limits to their driving hours), and getting bigger wages.
Also the government are looking at getting HGV tanker drivers from Europe, to come and work over in this country. They have the required EU driving licence, and don't need work permits.
So the tanker drivers will not go on strike, they value their jobs to much.
You would be far better buying sausage rolls, and pies from Gregg's, and freezing them. When the extra 20% tax comes in, you will not have to pay the increase.
The government is stitching people up here, and laughing all the way to the bank. They are receiving more fuel duty, and more VAT on the petrol/diesel which you pay for, they don't make this money until it is sold. The oil companies are making larger profits. The petrol stations are adding a few pence extra, to increase their profits. The tanker drivers are working flat out, unlimited overtime, (within the limits to their driving hours), and getting bigger wages. Also the government are looking at getting HGV tanker drivers from Europe, to come and work over in this country. They have the required EU driving licence, and don't need work permits. So the tanker drivers will not go on strike, they value their jobs to much. You would be far better buying sausage rolls, and pies from Gregg's, and freezing them. When the extra 20% tax comes in, you will not have to pay the increase. TONY WALES

5:59pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Chris P Bacon says...

I queued up for four hours to buy as many stamps as I could carry and took 'em all home in a jerry can.
I queued up for four hours to buy as many stamps as I could carry and took 'em all home in a jerry can. Chris P Bacon

6:36pm Thu 29 Mar 12

accylad says...

Are there any petrol stations still open in Blackburn and Accrington with unleaded petrol? Looks like I'm getting the train to work if I don't get any tonight!
Are there any petrol stations still open in Blackburn and Accrington with unleaded petrol? Looks like I'm getting the train to work if I don't get any tonight! accylad

6:41pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Truth will out says...

For all those saying stop panic buying - are YOU going to be without fuel this weekend????
For all those saying stop panic buying - are YOU going to be without fuel this weekend???? Truth will out

6:49pm Thu 29 Mar 12

holmesy69 says...

accylad wrote:
Are there any petrol stations still open in Blackburn and Accrington with unleaded petrol? Looks like I'm getting the train to work if I don't get any tonight!
nelson and burnley
[quote][p][bold]accylad[/bold] wrote: Are there any petrol stations still open in Blackburn and Accrington with unleaded petrol? Looks like I'm getting the train to work if I don't get any tonight![/p][/quote]nelson and burnley holmesy69

6:51pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Chris P Bacon says...

All this shows how gullible the general public are. They can't seem to think fuel is too expensive or they wouldn't be queueing up as they are now and paying the inflated price the garage now wants to charge.

£1.40 a litre, they fumed but now they'll actually queue up to pay £1.50-60 a litre and empty the pumps of all they can! There's no sense to this at all.

Economic growth this quarter is going to be very close to 0%. If it's slightly negative, we're technically in a recession (as the previous quarter was negative too). Selling a month's fuel in the last week of the quarter might just be enough to make the growth figures slightly positive, buying the government at least another 6 months until they have to admit we're in another recession.
All this shows how gullible the general public are. They can't seem to think fuel is too expensive or they wouldn't be queueing up as they are now and paying the inflated price the garage now wants to charge. £1.40 a litre, they fumed but now they'll actually queue up to pay £1.50-60 a litre and empty the pumps of all they can! There's no sense to this at all. Economic growth this quarter is going to be very close to 0%. If it's slightly negative, we're technically in a recession (as the previous quarter was negative too). Selling a month's fuel in the last week of the quarter might just be enough to make the growth figures slightly positive, buying the government at least another 6 months until they have to admit we're in another recession. Chris P Bacon

6:53pm Thu 29 Mar 12

holmesy69 says...

Truth will out wrote:
For all those saying stop panic buying - are YOU going to be without fuel this weekend????
there will be fuel this weekend the tankers or on there way
[quote][p][bold]Truth will out[/bold] wrote: For all those saying stop panic buying - are YOU going to be without fuel this weekend????[/p][/quote]there will be fuel this weekend the tankers or on there way holmesy69

7:11pm Thu 29 Mar 12

TONY WALES says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
All this shows how gullible the general public are. They can't seem to think fuel is too expensive or they wouldn't be queueing up as they are now and paying the inflated price the garage now wants to charge.

£1.40 a litre, they fumed but now they'll actually queue up to pay £1.50-60 a litre and empty the pumps of all they can! There's no sense to this at all.

Economic growth this quarter is going to be very close to 0%. If it's slightly negative, we're technically in a recession (as the previous quarter was negative too). Selling a month's fuel in the last week of the quarter might just be enough to make the growth figures slightly positive, buying the government at least another 6 months until they have to admit we're in another recession.
This person talks a lot of sense. He can see how the government can make the economy, look better than it actually is. Selling vast amounts of fuel, and increasing the government revenue will do exactly what they want us to do. Which is spend money. Your money.
I have just telephoned a friend in Madrid, and remember in Spain, the unemployment rate is 23%. A friend of his, has been asked if they are prepared to send any of their tankers, (which have been off the road, now for 6 months), to work freelance in the U/K, if the tanker drivers go on strike. They can use a sat nav, and most of them have been driving sometime, in their lives in the U/K.
They said, "I will be there in 24 hours"
Remember the Polish bus drivers employed by Transdev?
So wake up, there is a lot of unemployment in the EU.
Only a fool would give up his job so easily.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: All this shows how gullible the general public are. They can't seem to think fuel is too expensive or they wouldn't be queueing up as they are now and paying the inflated price the garage now wants to charge. £1.40 a litre, they fumed but now they'll actually queue up to pay £1.50-60 a litre and empty the pumps of all they can! There's no sense to this at all. Economic growth this quarter is going to be very close to 0%. If it's slightly negative, we're technically in a recession (as the previous quarter was negative too). Selling a month's fuel in the last week of the quarter might just be enough to make the growth figures slightly positive, buying the government at least another 6 months until they have to admit we're in another recession.[/p][/quote]This person talks a lot of sense. He can see how the government can make the economy, look better than it actually is. Selling vast amounts of fuel, and increasing the government revenue will do exactly what they want us to do. Which is spend money. Your money. I have just telephoned a friend in Madrid, and remember in Spain, the unemployment rate is 23%. A friend of his, has been asked if they are prepared to send any of their tankers, (which have been off the road, now for 6 months), to work freelance in the U/K, if the tanker drivers go on strike. They can use a sat nav, and most of them have been driving sometime, in their lives in the U/K. They said, "I will be there in 24 hours" Remember the Polish bus drivers employed by Transdev? So wake up, there is a lot of unemployment in the EU. Only a fool would give up his job so easily. TONY WALES

8:05pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Darren1951 says...

Can someone please help me..... What's the recommended maximum number of pasties I should keep in the house at any one time?
Can someone please help me..... What's the recommended maximum number of pasties I should keep in the house at any one time? Darren1951

8:19pm Thu 29 Mar 12

wulver says...

it used to be a pint and a pastie for dinner, now its a gallon of petrol and a pastie, thats all we can afford, well done Cameron !!!
it used to be a pint and a pastie for dinner, now its a gallon of petrol and a pastie, thats all we can afford, well done Cameron !!! wulver

8:54pm Thu 29 Mar 12

everywhere is sh1t says...

queues onto centenery way in burnley this afternoon stupid idiots fill up your cars i did not bother perfect excuse for not going to work and spendind a couple of days in the sun
queues onto centenery way in burnley this afternoon stupid idiots fill up your cars i did not bother perfect excuse for not going to work and spendind a couple of days in the sun everywhere is sh1t

9:13pm Thu 29 Mar 12

NICEONESUNSHINE says...

Noiticer wrote:
This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.
What are you on about? As if the government would do this......I mean to say If they really wanted to " bury bad news" they'd tell us that delivery wagons will not be able to deliver food and get the gullible lunatics panic buying bread and potatoes....I bet you vote Labour too:-)
[quote][p][bold]Noiticer[/bold] wrote: This is a classic example of a government creating a panic to distract voters from the negative news of the past few days - the rich men's budget followed by the sleezy donor dinner parties with Dave. They tried to make the minimum price alcohol story run but when that failed are now trying petrol.[/p][/quote]What are you on about? As if the government would do this......I mean to say If they really wanted to " bury bad news" they'd tell us that delivery wagons will not be able to deliver food and get the gullible lunatics panic buying bread and potatoes....I bet you vote Labour too:-) NICEONESUNSHINE

10:18pm Thu 29 Mar 12

living the end times in BB1 says...

Osbourne orchestrated this thats way he delayed putting fuel up. he's a w4nker because i panic bought fuel last week the week before that and most likely next fcuking week as well. Given half a chance i'd stick both my carburettors up his Cameron pocket.
Osbourne orchestrated this thats way he delayed putting fuel up. he's a w4nker because i panic bought fuel last week the week before that and most likely next fcuking week as well. Given half a chance i'd stick both my carburettors up his Cameron pocket. living the end times in BB1

10:43pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Keep Darwen Green says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
I queued up for four hours to buy as many stamps as I could carry and took 'em all home in a jerry can.
I heard you bought a book of stamps but you're only half way through reading it.
By the way nice ruse reporting your own posts when your own ramblings show you up as being a male chauvinist. Mine remain for posterity until some stamp collector like yourself comes along that cannot admit to possessing inferior IQ to a girl, so deletes any evidence. Sad really that you edit yourself. Please substitute any other expeltive for the word edit. Lacquer head.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: I queued up for four hours to buy as many stamps as I could carry and took 'em all home in a jerry can.[/p][/quote]I heard you bought a book of stamps but you're only half way through reading it. By the way nice ruse reporting your own posts when your own ramblings show you up as being a male chauvinist. Mine remain for posterity until some stamp collector like yourself comes along that cannot admit to possessing inferior IQ to a girl, so deletes any evidence. Sad really that you edit yourself. Please substitute any other expeltive for the word edit. Lacquer head. Keep Darwen Green

10:57pm Thu 29 Mar 12

Keep Darwen Green says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
All this shows how gullible the general public are. They can't seem to think fuel is too expensive or they wouldn't be queueing up as they are now and paying the inflated price the garage now wants to charge.

£1.40 a litre, they fumed but now they'll actually queue up to pay £1.50-60 a litre and empty the pumps of all they can! There's no sense to this at all.

Economic growth this quarter is going to be very close to 0%. If it's slightly negative, we're technically in a recession (as the previous quarter was negative too). Selling a month's fuel in the last week of the quarter might just be enough to make the growth figures slightly positive, buying the government at least another 6 months until they have to admit we're in another recession.
Wow, I never got this far, the crispy one has an opinion on something other than spelling. Have you been sniffing petrol again?
Anyway what you say makes sense. Why can't you be out of your skull all of the time if this is the capability of your thinking? Never mind getting back to the bong sniffing to get mindwiped on cheaper unleaded that you bought last week.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: All this shows how gullible the general public are. They can't seem to think fuel is too expensive or they wouldn't be queueing up as they are now and paying the inflated price the garage now wants to charge. £1.40 a litre, they fumed but now they'll actually queue up to pay £1.50-60 a litre and empty the pumps of all they can! There's no sense to this at all. Economic growth this quarter is going to be very close to 0%. If it's slightly negative, we're technically in a recession (as the previous quarter was negative too). Selling a month's fuel in the last week of the quarter might just be enough to make the growth figures slightly positive, buying the government at least another 6 months until they have to admit we're in another recession.[/p][/quote]Wow, I never got this far, the crispy one has an opinion on something other than spelling. Have you been sniffing petrol again? Anyway what you say makes sense. Why can't you be out of your skull all of the time if this is the capability of your thinking? Never mind getting back to the bong sniffing to get mindwiped on cheaper unleaded that you bought last week. Keep Darwen Green

12:42am Fri 30 Mar 12

gazzandste says...

holmesy69 wrote:
accylad wrote:
Are there any petrol stations still open in Blackburn and Accrington with unleaded petrol? Looks like I'm getting the train to work if I don't get any tonight!
nelson and burnley
Hi just filled up at the shell garage on eastern ave inBurnley with diesel. They also had petrol.
[quote][p][bold]holmesy69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]accylad[/bold] wrote: Are there any petrol stations still open in Blackburn and Accrington with unleaded petrol? Looks like I'm getting the train to work if I don't get any tonight![/p][/quote]nelson and burnley[/p][/quote]Hi just filled up at the shell garage on eastern ave inBurnley with diesel. They also had petrol. gazzandste

8:28am Fri 30 Mar 12

stu12 says...

I agree with all comments here most of the general public have been scared into funding the goverment with a influx of money in the last week to take the focus away from all the other s**t they have created. I for one will not be told or scared in to doing anything by people who dont live in the real world. We our the people that make this country work and if we dont stick together the goverment WILL carry on running it in to the ground. Why cant people stand on there own two feet make decisions for them selves and grow a pair.
I agree with all comments here most of the general public have been scared into funding the goverment with a influx of money in the last week to take the focus away from all the other s**t they have created. I for one will not be told or scared in to doing anything by people who dont live in the real world. We our the people that make this country work and if we dont stick together the goverment WILL carry on running it in to the ground. Why cant people stand on there own two feet make decisions for them selves and grow a pair. stu12

9:31am Fri 30 Mar 12

midas says...

I missed the bit where the Government said "fill up your cars NOW!!!"
.
Perhaps they overestimated the general intelligence of the public (again!) and by passing on sensible advice - ie. the tanker drivers have voted to strike therefore keep your tanks as full as possible - that gets interpreted as BUY NOW!
.
I am not really sure that the extra £35m in tax is really going to make that much difference. Its not additional tax as the same amount of petrol would have been sold, just over a longer period.
I missed the bit where the Government said "fill up your cars NOW!!!" . Perhaps they overestimated the general intelligence of the public (again!) and by passing on sensible advice - ie. the tanker drivers have voted to strike therefore keep your tanks as full as possible - that gets interpreted as BUY NOW! . I am not really sure that the extra £35m in tax is really going to make that much difference. Its not additional tax as the same amount of petrol would have been sold, just over a longer period. midas

2:02pm Fri 30 Mar 12

living the end times in BB1 says...

Unfortunately we as a society have become to fragmented just how the elite like us to be.The excuse of war between countries is now running very thin and the only way to keep us from becoming one and demanding a better standard of life is to keep humanity at war with it's self and i fear we are in that war now.
The great holy war which will go down in history as starting on 9/11.It is now the only way to keep humanity fragmented.
Political spin is one of the tools they use to keep humans at bay."Create a problem to solve a problem" this fuel scare is just one more example of how it's done.The summer riots last year is another example,however i think the vision they had for that problem wasn't anywhere near has bad as they planned it.
It's all a game for some and each and every one of us are the pawns for those who play the game.
It's only a short time before the ENDGAME begins,if you doubt that try googling ENDGAME and see for yourself how the elite take the p1ss out of every person living in the end times.
Unfortunately we as a society have become to fragmented just how the elite like us to be.The excuse of war between countries is now running very thin and the only way to keep us from becoming one and demanding a better standard of life is to keep humanity at war with it's self and i fear we are in that war now. The great holy war which will go down in history as starting on 9/11.It is now the only way to keep humanity fragmented. Political spin is one of the tools they use to keep humans at bay."Create a problem to solve a problem" this fuel scare is just one more example of how it's done.The summer riots last year is another example,however i think the vision they had for that problem wasn't anywhere near has bad as they planned it. It's all a game for some and each and every one of us are the pawns for those who play the game. It's only a short time before the ENDGAME begins,if you doubt that try googling ENDGAME and see for yourself how the elite take the p1ss out of every person living in the end times. living the end times in BB1

6:20pm Fri 30 Mar 12

Good call says...

living the end times in BB1 wrote:
Unfortunately we as a society have become to fragmented just how the elite like us to be.The excuse of war between countries is now running very thin and the only way to keep us from becoming one and demanding a better standard of life is to keep humanity at war with it's self and i fear we are in that war now.
The great holy war which will go down in history as starting on 9/11.It is now the only way to keep humanity fragmented.
Political spin is one of the tools they use to keep humans at bay."Create a problem to solve a problem" this fuel scare is just one more example of how it's done.The summer riots last year is another example,however i think the vision they had for that problem wasn't anywhere near has bad as they planned it.
It's all a game for some and each and every one of us are the pawns for those who play the game.
It's only a short time before the ENDGAME begins,if you doubt that try googling ENDGAME and see for yourself how the elite take the p1ss out of every person living in the end times.
Well said
[quote][p][bold]living the end times in BB1[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately we as a society have become to fragmented just how the elite like us to be.The excuse of war between countries is now running very thin and the only way to keep us from becoming one and demanding a better standard of life is to keep humanity at war with it's self and i fear we are in that war now. The great holy war which will go down in history as starting on 9/11.It is now the only way to keep humanity fragmented. Political spin is one of the tools they use to keep humans at bay."Create a problem to solve a problem" this fuel scare is just one more example of how it's done.The summer riots last year is another example,however i think the vision they had for that problem wasn't anywhere near has bad as they planned it. It's all a game for some and each and every one of us are the pawns for those who play the game. It's only a short time before the ENDGAME begins,if you doubt that try googling ENDGAME and see for yourself how the elite take the p1ss out of every person living in the end times.[/p][/quote]Well said Good call

8:51am Sat 31 Mar 12

Chris P Bacon says...

This feller thinks the same way as me. Wonder if he copied my theory (above) which pre-dates his suggestion? here..http://www.gua
rdian.co.uk/uk/2012/
mar/29/fuel-economy-
recession
This feller thinks the same way as me. Wonder if he copied my theory (above) which pre-dates his suggestion? here..http://www.gua rdian.co.uk/uk/2012/ mar/29/fuel-economy- recession Chris P Bacon

1:29pm Sat 31 Mar 12

CheekyVimto says...

How can a garage get away with saying Asians only?? i just wonder what trouble they would be in if it said whites only?
How can a garage get away with saying Asians only?? i just wonder what trouble they would be in if it said whites only? CheekyVimto

1:46pm Sat 31 Mar 12

Keep Darwen Green says...

CheekyVimto wrote:
How can a garage get away with saying Asians only?? i just wonder what trouble they would be in if it said whites only?
What garage says asians only? where is it?
[quote][p][bold]CheekyVimto[/bold] wrote: How can a garage get away with saying Asians only?? i just wonder what trouble they would be in if it said whites only?[/p][/quote]What garage says asians only? where is it? Keep Darwen Green

2:03pm Sat 31 Mar 12

CheekyVimto says...

its on copy nook...i dont wanna get in trouble for naming it but all day yesterday the sign was up dunno about today im sure someone will post if its still there
its on copy nook...i dont wanna get in trouble for naming it but all day yesterday the sign was up dunno about today im sure someone will post if its still there CheekyVimto

2:05pm Sat 31 Mar 12

Keep Darwen Green says...

Just pull onto the garage forecourt and go to fill it up, if they refuse you because you are white ring the police get them to make some arrests. Racism works both ways and needs stamping out. Get photographic evidence and use it.
Just pull onto the garage forecourt and go to fill it up, if they refuse you because you are white ring the police get them to make some arrests. Racism works both ways and needs stamping out. Get photographic evidence and use it. Keep Darwen Green

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