Celtic Diary Tuesday February 23: When Will The Storm Break ?

Often, Scottish football has been shown to be a microcosm of society in general.

Mostly by me, but I’ve done it quite often.

 

Gaslighting is a new term, up there with “woke “, “gammon ” , or phrases like “going for 55 ”

 

Gaslighting is effectively when someone pisses up your back and tells you its raining.

 

The Johnson government are particularly fond of the method, repeating downright lies until people stop listening to them, rather than challenging them. With a compliant media desperate to remain relevant, there’s no questioning of the facts, and therefore no holding them to account.

 

Scottish football seems to have adopted this policy to avoid any questions about how it governed, how its financed, and how its integrity has diminished in recent years.

 

 

And on an even narrower scale, Celtic have wholeheartedly grasped the notion, with manager Neil Lennon, after yet another uninspiring performance and defeat, claiming…

 

it is not the unmitigated disaster that everyone makes it out to be

 

Reese Witherspoon What GIF-source – Nathasha Bonet

 

 

I suppose he might have a point. Considerbale improvement is required on all levels to elevate this season to an unmitigated disaster.  

 

And yet we are told that its not that bad.

 

Time after time he tells us that what we are seeing with our own eyes, as we watch the club collapse into a pile of steaming doodoo, that it isn’t so bad.

 

We’re playing quite well, and just need that little bit of luck to turn things around.

 

Then in the next sentence he’ll tell us the players don’t want to be here and he wishes they’d all just fuck off.

 

Then he’ll tell us that he knows whats wrong and how to fix it, before elaborating on why he can’t fix it.

 

Frankly, I think he’s lost it. To coin a phrase… nurse, he’s fallen out of bed again.

 

Now he’s claiming to be planning for next season, the recent pre contract acquisition of Liam Shaw from Sheffield Wednesday used to back up his latest crackpot theory, the one where he stays to fight for the title next season, although given the lack of interest from the players if he does that he’ll have to look out his boots.

 

It’s painful to watch.

 

It’s been a dreadful season, with dreadful football and that , even, could be excused if the manager was trying new players, in a new system, or at least just trying.

 

Instead . he’s acting like he gives not one fuck. And I’m fairly certain he isn’t acting.

 

As a result, the players want to leave because he has lost their trust. They can see his methods, on the pitch, on the training ground and over in Dubai don’t work.

 

I’m always suspicious of long term injuries, as often they merely indicate a player who knows he’s made a bad move, but likes the money.

 

Forget about Chris Jullien. All the smoke he’s blown up our collective arse is merely hiding the fact he doesn;t want to [play here any more, at least while the Ginger Guardiola is in charge.

 

James Forrest isn’t faking, but like Keiran Tierney before him, now has a serious injury that need not have been so bad if he’d been looked after properly.

 

He’ll be  annoyed that he’s missed out on all twelve medals from when we used to be a good side, and one can only imagine how he feels about possibly missing the only chance he’ll have to represent his country in a major tournament.

 

Yet we’re told all is well at the ranch, when the players on field body language tells a different story.

 

How Lennon remains in a job is beyond all comprehension. On the one hand you have to admire his stubborn refusal to accept defeat, but on the other you can’t ignore that its not defeat he;s refusing to accept, it’s reality.

 

The professionalism of the players he inherited is vastly different from the mindset of those he left behind the first time he was sacked.

He tried to change it, and the players turned against him. they have seen the financial and professional rewards out there, with Keiran Tierney and Virgil van Dijk going on to become wealthy beyond their wildest imaginations, and van Dijk is a european and world champion.

That was as a result of the changes implemented by Ronny Deila and improved on by Brendan Rodgers.

 

And destroyed within eighteen months by Lennon.

 

As a result, no one can hold up the achievements of van Dijk…or Tierney, or even Moussa Dembele, or others who have gone on to the upper echelons of the game, with all the houses and cars that come with it, and use them to attract the best youngsters to Celtic Park.

 

And those that are here are watching their values diminish on a weekly basis, and whilst they must shoulder some of the blame, they certainly don;t see it that way.

 

Put bluntly, I wouldn’t be turning our noses up at players from the SPFL any more.

 

It’s all we’re likely to get.

 

 

Celtic depend on two major financial streams, to top up the core of season book money.

 

Champions League or other European income, and player sales.

 

This summer, we may find out what Martin O’Neill meant when he talked of life in the slow lane.

 

Champions League money, largely on account of Celtic being unlikely to be champions, will depend on qualifying through the much more difficult non champions route, a taster of which was offered , on teitter, by Moravcik 67, who knows his stuff when it comes to Europe….

 

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Based on current standings we’d play either Sparta Prague, Rapid Vienna or Midtjylland in QR2. We’ll probably be unseeded for both QR3 and QR4 and need to get by any two of PSV, Besiktas, Lyon, Benfica, CSKA Moscow or Shakhtar Donetsk.

 

 

We couldn’t even get by Ross County in the League Cup, or in the league come to think of it.

 

 

So, i think we can safely discount UCL money. And Europa-or worse- income is pennies by comparison.

 

Player sales ?

 

In a normal , plague free world, we could expect ten figure fees for a number of our players. Not only is the world not plague free, we have no idea, and therefore neither do potential suitors, whether or not players who contracted Covid will suffer long term effects, and it follows that their prices will fall.

 

Frimpong went for £9m , he never had the virus, and one must assume that those who have, such as Edouard, will not bring in a similar sum.

 

We may have to have a sort of fire sale, but we;d probably raise more by setting the place on fire and claiming the insurance.

 

Then there’s season book money. Hand on heart, after already paying for one year wothout football, can you see fifty thousand books being shifted of fans aren’t back in the grounds by the start of next season ?

 

With these doubts in our minds, and money always being at the front of theirs, surely the board would be doing something to allay our fears, or at least to give us hope for next year…

 

Yet nothing.

 

Lawwell, for once, is silent. Desmond , as ever, is silent, and the rest of them when they speak merely trot out an agreed script anyway, so its not even worth checking to see if they have said anything.

 

We are aware of a few incidents and circumstances that may have made this season what it has turned out to be, but thats no excuse.

 

And its pointless looking back anyway, we must look forward.

 

 

Which is why there has to be something from the club about how this season seems to have been played purely for the benefit of another club over the river, to give them the chance to earn the champions  league money, lest they become the second club out of ibrox to collapse, an eevent that would surelt have UEFA finally ask questions of the cabal at Hampden and their pnechance for allowing crooks and conmen to operate under their own unique financial rules, rules that have meant that other rukes have been adjusted to suit them.

 

It could even be argued that Holyrood has favoured them, as their Covid protocol breaches have been overlooked, after the First Minister went on record saying that football was on a yellow card , and any further breaches would see it stopped. 

 

Not only did “rangers ” ignore that, they went unpunished, and this week we saw the SFA flout the rules as one of their own caught the plague, and still flew on a plane with colleagues, hoping that no one would notice.

 

It turns out that the SFA and “rangers ” use a private compnies to monitor and test for Covid, and its not hard to in=magine that they pay for the results they want.

Whether they do or don’t is irrelevant, because it leaves it open to debate, and in such a serious situation as this, there should be no debate, no doubt and everyone should have to follow the same rules set by the same people and judged by the same panel.

 

 

Where the SFA is concerned, there is no room for complacency.

 

Former SFA chief executive Jim Farry was right.. wall-to-wall telly  coverage IS bad for the game, says Bill Leckie

 

 

Yet Celtic remain silent, which is not in the best interests of shareholders or supporters, and that means the CEO is not doing his job.

 

He won’t be here for much longer, and a new guy has to come in and start from scratch, unforgivable considering the head start we had on our newest rivals.

 

 

Celtic have to decide whose side they are on.

 

Are they on the side of money, and with it the corruption and collusion that has ked to Scottish football begging for scraps from the bookmakers tables ?

 

A country with the highest percentage of its population that goes to the games, when its possible, and still operates a system where fans are close to players, where the local lad can still make it without agents touting him around to the highest bidder, a land where learning his trade could be the key selling point for all the top clubs looking to recruit.

 

Change is coming, Covid and its cousin Brexit will see to that, the question is do we drive it, or get driven by it.

 

 

 

But its not all bad, there is still something to be proud of, and something that we are all a part of.

 

Something that those who take it for granted may yet live to regret.

 

 

They’re on the telly tonight , come to think of it…..

 

 

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R.St.Parsley
5 months ago

When no-one else can understand you
When everything you do is wrong
You give no hope or inspiration
Nobody knows what’s going on
But you’re always there
To make a balls
Of everything you do
That’s the blunder
The blunder of you.

From substitutions to formations
Who understands your tinkering?
You seem to reek of desperation
Have you a plan so we can win?
I guess we’ll never know
The reason for
The tactics you pursue
That’s the blunder
The blunder of you

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Unfortunately our own ‘Elvis’ looks like he’ll never leave the building.

And I don’t mean Neil Lennon.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Blunderful summing up of lennyball.

Level 5 plant
5 months ago

Need route and branch change at the club. Banker needs to go along with Lawwell, not a Celtic man at all, his statements support this. Desmond just doesn’t seem to give a feck. Lennie can’t stay but I feel he is going to stay unfortunately, can’t believe I want fellow Irishmen chased from the club. Celtic don’t make big changes, we always try to do as little as possible which is why the other lot caught us, totally criminal. Ralph i also think your supporters club needs to change its name, Lennie doesn’t deserve the honour, if I was one of them i would be naming a supporters club after him.

5 months ago

Sad thing is most of us seen it coming. The cup final the real wake up call. If Sevco hadn’t exploded after Xmas the 9 in a row would have been gone.
The players knew it was coming.
I think we were 19 points behind with 3 games in hand,some delusional people on here thought we could go on an unbeaten run ffs.
We have to score 2 goals at least to have any chance of winning a football match ffs.
Now Covid has affected us more than any other club. Our club has fallen silent again on the breaches of covid by sevco. Shame on them.
But let’s not put blame elsewhere.
This manager decided to play without a striker in a one off game at home to a hungarian team.
Decided to go to the bottom of the league with 3 players who do the same job in the starting 11 and play with one striker.
The manager is doing the exact same thing to us as he did at Hibs refusing to leave.
Well we are not hibs Mr Lennon you are lucky you dont have wee Fergus in charge your arse wouldn’t have touched the ground on the way out.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

None of it was by accident.

All of it was planned.

How do you keep a secret, Jimmy?

You never tell it.

You stay silent.

Now why do you think Celtic PLC have stayed silent on all these decades of cheating & corruption?

Because that’s the Freemasonic code, same as the Mafia, Omertà, the Code of Silence.

The Mafia & Freemasonry are simply two different branches of the same criminal organization, as Mario Puzo, Roberto Calvi, Richard Hammer, Paul L.Williams et al uncovered in their research and explained in their books, eg, ‘Roberto Calvi was another notorious Mafia banker with long standing ties to the VaticanBank, as well as a Mason (Cornwell 1986, Owen 2005).

The simple reason Celtic PLC lets all this crimes happen against our club is because that is them keeping up their end of the conspiracy.

It really is as simple as that.

Celtic died with Oldco, just as they’d planned it.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Mulder & numbskully

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

A 1981 NYT account (Tanner 1981a) covered the historic P-2 Masonic scandal in which lodge “members, according to the police, had sworn ultimate allegiance to their grandmaster rather than the nation. 

In a report to the government, the Milan magistrates wrote that “[Liccio] Gelli [a hardcore fascist with connections to Juan Peron] had constructed a very real state within a state,’ using blackmail, favors, promises of advancement and bribes…. 
Italy has about 550 Masonic lodges. 

Membership is estimated at 15,000, including many Roman Catholics.’

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

I assume you mean the League Cup Final of December 2019 and not the recent Scottish Cup Final.

I think its goes back to ever since lennon came back, with subsequent Hun implosion glossing over this.

31st Mar 2019 RANGERS W 2 – 1 H – we were all over them but then completely fell out of it against 10 men and only scraped a win due to individual brilliance of Forrest and Edouard. Showed that lennon is easily tactically mastered and is incapable of reacting.

12th May 2019 RANGERS L 0 – 2 A – absolutely wretched performance precipitated by the unprofessionalism of allowing the players to go on the piss before the game.

Last season started with the great ‘rope a dope’ 2-0 victory at Ibrox but there was no way this was going to be repeated (Eddy into touch from KO anyone?) nor that the Huns wouldn’t learn from defeat unlike lennon.

Since then, Forster heroics aside, its been one-way traffic and all against us.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Spot on, Cha, I called him out as clueless in that Hun game on this site at the time as I spent the last half hour match pulling my hair out at his blatantly obvious utter inability to either read or change the game.

If were truly the ‘Well run club’ (sic) that Forrest of The Celtic Blog was claiming at the time he’d have been sacked as soon as he walked off the pitch that day.

I also had been telling The Celtic Blog that Brendan Rodgers would walk out the door at the first good offer around 8 MONTHS before it eventually happened and as I’m sure you know I was on here from around 2015 telling all of you what was REALLY happening inside the walls of Celtic Park and who this PLC really were and on whose behalf they were truly working, and it wasn’t/isn’t Celtic’s.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Yet still there are those who, despite all the countless hours of evidence I’ve posted here and elsewhere, who STILL insist on ignoring his evidence by refusing outright to even open the page and stupidly, and beyond all redemption, insist still on further embarrassing themselves by calling me a ‘conspiracy theorist’(sic) when the evidence for this conspiracy within our game has been both exposed & acknowledged FOR YEARS ON END by the respected fellows of Auldheid & the Res 12/11 Bhoys, men who put these dumb clowns on here to shame.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

So tell us, lads, fat boy especially…

Is Auldheid also a ‘conspiracy theorist’ having exposed the actual conspiracy at the heart of the Scottish game?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

For where there is a conspiracy there’s no longer a theory.

And I’ve provided you with all the evidence you’ll ever need that Covid is a worldwide conspiracy against humanity on behalf of the corporate/fascist agenda and that everything I’ve written can and has been fully backed up with evidence.

Its just that none of you have looked at it nor even opened the pages nor typed in the keywords at all.

And I know why this is …

Its because you’re terrified of what you’ll find there as it will show you up for the gullible fool that you are for having fallen for it.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Since no one has responded other than in idiotic Metal Mickey language I’ll ask you again …

Is Auldheid a ‘conspiracy theorist’ when he has uncovered a genuine conspiracy at the heart of our game?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Beedee beedee beedee

kennybhoy
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

what a lot of pish !! we completly run over them at Ibrox at new year up until the dodgy sending off

Funkyy
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Jimmybee, no quarrel with your post, except that I’m probably one of the “delusional” ones you refer to. If you think I’m not disgusted, depressed, saddened, angry and sick to the stomach with what’s been put on show on the pitch then you’d be wrong. I just cannae believe that we allowed the unmentionables to get to the stage where the press/tv/radio are preparing the celebration of “55” being attained. The same media (especially the Daily Record) who were licking their lips when Celtic had their financial crisis and were in danger of going bust. The same Daily Record that the other day was trumpeting that *rangers were 3 games from “glory”…can you remember them using that word as Celtic went for each of their (second) 9 in a row? They don’t even try to hide their support for the deid club and their contempt for Celtic, the truth is swept aside and reality is re-constructed to suit the zombie hordes and to stick it to us.
Our club knows this, the boards know it, the manager knows it and the players know it, yet the club colluded to keep *rangers in existence knowing that we wouldn’t have gotten a second chance (thank God for the bunnet) if the boot was on the other foot…yet our club has just given its own supporters/fans the biggest disappointment of their lives by staying silent and cow towing to the SFA and the media instead of taking them by the balls and squeezing them hard and letting them know there’s a line drawn that we won’t let them cross.
Celtic FC has shown itself to be a weak, easily put in its place, toothless lion whose only roars come from the faithful fans who are sadly betrayed by their own Judas board for its 30 pieces of silver…and heated driveway.
Signed:- DISillusioned, disgusted and depressed.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Funkyy

Excellent post, Funkyy.

The Lions Roar himself would be happy to have written that.

Mike.
5 months ago

Great to see the NASA footage of the Resolution 12- 11, Rover, Perseverance beats Resistance. It’s a sad reflection on the Scottish media that we have to go to Mars, to get the message across. By drawing attention to the bias and fraud from Scottish footballs governing bodies, that, after many, many times of trying to publish the real truth about THAT licence, the 5Way Complicit Agreement and the Lord Nimmo Smith commission, you would have to say ‘The Truth’ they cannot handle ‘The Truth’. After over 60 years of supporting Celtic, I have witnessed many dark times, but none, darker than now. Yes, we knew what we were up against but to find out that your own custodians were complicit in, or silent in, the many injustices, is a hard one to take. But they will go before I “consciously uncouple” from the club of my choice, Celtic FC.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Mike,
Did E.T. receive an E.B.T.?

Mike.
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Probably, Murray’s tentacles had a long reach. ‘The Mighty Ross County’ after watching the highlights I got on my Peloton bike, trying to exorcise, the sh!te I was watching, so, ET was probably me. A, 7-30pm Sunday evening kick off, what pish, just like the football fare, as Bobby Mad-Hun was peddling in the opposite direction, trying to get back into Covid compliance. What about the Famous Five? have they been banned yet?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Not a peep Mike, no surprise there tho.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Green and Whitey on the Moon.

Monti
5 months ago

This has been a damaging season in every possible way imaginable.
I feel embarrassed & badly let down by all at Celtic park.
Depressed doesn’t cover how i feel, i am utterly dismayed & astonished at this shocking, spineless collapse.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

The season was done as soon as we’d played our first two games in the Europa League. At that point Lemon should have been papped right out the door (he should have been booted after Ferencvaros), but our custodians didn’t have the gumption to act accordingly. A self serving, snivelling bunch of entitled, spineless rodents that don’t deserve oxygen. As for Lemon? An utter disgrace, he’d be lucky to get a job in Junior football.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago

It was all a set up planned years in advance, even before the billionaire took over.

I told all of you this 5 or 6 years ago, how the higher levels of Freemasonry plan things decades in advance, and still you don’t fully understand how completely they’ve stitched you all up and used your money to fund the disgraceful debacle Scottish fitba has become, if it ever was anything different.

Jock Stein hinted at it 50 years ago when he said ‘If the fans knew the truth of it they’d burn down the stadium’ and we all know that Jock himself was a Freemason, with one of the contributors here even taking the time to put up Jock’s lodge number and membership details.

Once you see how deep the fitba scam goes Covid is a walk in the park.

They’ve lied to us about everything under the sun including the sun itself.

What better way to control folk than to feed them shit and keep them in the dark?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

With no conscious realization of the process being used, there is no subconscious realization of the same.’

The Cha
5 months ago

We lost at home to Milan and drew away at Lille. No disgrace in those results, although 1 point out of 6 gave us an uphill task to qualify.

It was the next 2 shockers, 4-1 reverses against the reserves of Sparta, who were the bottom seeds. After the first, the manager promised it would never happen again on his watch and the fact it did, in the very next match should have cemented his fate.

Even, ignoring Euro, after the 2-0 home Hun shocker on 17th October, we drew with Aberdeen and Hibs and lost our domestic trophy invincibility with the sickening 2-0 home LC defeat by RC, all in the space of a few weeks, which pretty much damned the whole season unless swift and decisive action was taken.

Allegedly the board decided to sack lennon but hastily changed their minds when they could fraudulently claim of not giving in to the mob.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

4-2 both games, Cha.

But your point remains valid.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Spartan Prague were both 4-1 reverses.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago

Sparta

The Cha
5 months ago

Come now, we’ve being taken in by the great conspiracy, so we can’t be right and we need to defer to the great truthseekers.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

The conspiracy uncovered by Auldheid, Cha?

The one that proves the Celtic board have been colluding with both Rangers and its tribute act since at least 2011 and likely for many years prior?

You mean that blatant conspiracy, aye, the one we all know about and you’ve all been discussing on here for years?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago

Correct, my mistake.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

So many brutal results this season I’ve lost track but 8-2 on aggregate it was against Sparta’s reserves.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You wouldn’t feel so ‘embarrassed’ & ‘let down’ by ‘all at Celtic Park’ if you’d paid attention to what I told you years ago, that we had a gang of Freemasonic parasitic vampire Tories and leeches sucking our club dry from the inside out.

Instead what did you do ..?

You did what you always do in your dumb blind ignorance …

You stupidly mocked the facts put before you and now you are reaping the harvest.

It’s too late to save Celtic, the fix has been in since DD took over and you, my fat gullible chump, still haven’t woken up to the fullest extent of it.

They planned everything together.

And you paid them your cash to be part of it despite all my warnings so were complicit after the fact.

You dumb fvckin muppet clown.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Woooooooooooooooooo 🙂

Bgbhoy
5 months ago

Never thought I’d say this. But at least deila knew what he wanted

Men in throws them out there and they hope for the best

Out played tactically by John Hughes

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Bgbhoy

Who apparently laid out his whole game plan in pre-match interview.

Bgbhoy
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

No he did. He literally did.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago

‘The Johnson government are particularly fond of the method, repeating downright lies until people stop listening to them, rather than challenging them.

With a compliant media desperate to remain relevant, there’s no questioning of the facts, and therefore no holding them to account’

Yet you still believe both of them on Covid …

An incredibly effective piece of gaslighting by the UK govt & media, don’t you think?

You wisely trust them on NOTHING ELSE yet somehow you trust them on Covid …

What clever contortion of the brain does it require to achieve this trick, Ralph?

I’m genuinely intrigued.

Ralph Malph
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

My brother, his wife and their kids are all sufferingfeom Covid. So frankly, take your shite elsewhere

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Ralph Malph

More fool you, mate.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Coronavirus Patent from 2006

US 2006 257 852

Look it up

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

European applied Patent for Coronavirus V A C C I NE (Applied 2014- Granted January 2019)
EP 317 231 9B1

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Both created by Bill Gates Foundation

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

He provides the problem (virus) and he provides the solution ( Vac cine) …

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That’s the old Freemasonic ‘Problem Reaction Solution’ right in your face right there

Clever, eh?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Any one of you can check these patents for yourself should you doubt me.

The initial research into weaponising Coronavirus, aka the common cold, was applied for in 2006, as you can see from the Patent number.

You really should go and have a look at this.

Because it’s Bill Gates and not me you should be angry at, mate.

Especially when all I’m doing is trying to help you out.

While giving you all a good laugh at Monti.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Sorry to read about your family.

Tell them to take plenty of Vitamins B & D with plenty of zinc.

Hydroxychloroquine also comes highly recommended by thousands of doctors in treating the symptoms of whatever this is.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

A girl I knew and a lot of her friends had ‘Covid’ a full 6 months before Covid was even heard of and all of them displayed the same symptoms as Covid, right down to the loss of taste & smell for around 6 months or more. 

They all got diagnosed with ‘pneumonia’, which we all know is not infectious.

Now I was intimately close to this girl at that time but I never caught it and neither did her kids.

But half a dozen of her pals did, all from different parts of the city so I reckon they done a test run in that area around July- August 2019 and told the docs to call it pneumonia.

Even though pneumonia is NOT contagious …

And I’m only telling you this stuff because I think it’s important that you know what’s really going on here and should look into this stuff for yourself.

For it goes far beyond some Bill Gates invented virus and neither masks nor lockdowns will do anything to prevent it

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And I use this personal story to prove to you that IT IS NOT CONTAGIOUS or myself, her kids, her workmates and neighbours all would have caught it at that time.

But we didn’t and this was a full 8 or 9 months before lockdown and the mask stuff.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

My nephew has 5 kids and one of them had it but no other family member caught it, nor did any school pals.

In fact, it was exactly like when we were kids and ‘caught the flu’ and were confined to bed alone while all other family members fussed around ye and went about their daily lives.

Even though they say the flu is contagious, I don’t ever remember ANY family EVER all having the flu at the same time.

Do you?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

So in the same way as the saying that ‘just because something’s written doesn’t mean it’s true’ nor does it mean because a series of people get ill that they have what the doctors tell us they have.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Whatever it is, it has a 99.7% Recovery Rate, which is nothing like a ‘plague’ at all, it’s simply a heavy flu.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Of course it’s entirely up to you to what you do with the info I’ve sent you as I’m not trying to convince you of anything.

If you want to learn what’s really happening all I’ve done is provided you with the pointers.

What you do after that is entirely your call.

But as a lifetime member of both The Celtic Family and humanity I feel it’s my duty to inform the less informed amongst us to see what’s being done to us and to help those being gaslighted to see just how they’re being fooled.

Cheers.

Paranoid celt
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Jimmy I’m go to bail on you. This whole episode has shown to me that the celtic fans are no different from any other group of people. I will always consider Glasgow my second home and most likely still visit but I am now without a tribe. Just Eugene Quigley an independent Irish republican.
Good bye and good luck mo chara.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

No bother, Eugene, I’m pretty much done here myself.

Thanks for all your time and input, a chara, but I think we can both as genuine rebels agree that we’re wasting our time with these sad misguided halfwits.

I too will always consider Glasgow a home of sorts but no more nor less than any other even though its brutal lessons of my formative years will remain in my memory forever.

And hard as they were I wouldn’t be the man I am without them as that was where I learned to spot the Huns at heart, even amongst the Catholics, few enough of which there were in the area from which I was hewn.

Your research & input on these current matters have been much appreciated at this time, even though I’ve been ripping the piss out of these clowns on my todd for years on end, but there’s clearly just no telling them.

They wish to remain in their dumb blind ignorance and that is where I will leave them once again for even though the good Lord knows only those shall see who were meant to see, I can’t help but feel pity for blindly led fools such as these in this dark morbid time for humanity.

May God go with you, my Irish brother, and may He protect and cherish you & yours for the work you have done in searching for the truth behind these overwhelming diabolical lies that these fools here have allowed themselves to be subjected to.

Best of luck, a chara.

May the road rise to meet you and the wind be always at your back.

The Green Machine

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Beedee beedee beedee

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

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Monti
5 months ago

HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA HAHAHA

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

That’s the first time I’ve seen Metal Mickey. When was that on the telly?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Simple things for simple minds, eh, chunky?

Uncanny how you’ve proven to us all this week what a truly sad and pathetic individual you really are, Monti.

And not for the first time either though you’ve really plumbed the depths these past few days.

And I caused all of it.

Every trap I laid you walked into, just like old times 😀

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

The only thing that’s heavy is your baws

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Did you just remove his transmitter then?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Beedee beedee beedee

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

An OBE W@NK AN OBE, Red?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Ah, I get it, you mean an Out of Body Experience.

You think I deserve to be beaten to near death?

For telling the truth?

You’re a definite Redcoat alright for no true Celtic supporter nor Irishman would ever say such a thing to a fellow Tim Reb like myself for exposing the lie we’re being subjected to by the BritIsh government and all the other Zionist governments worldwide.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

I know what you meant, Red.

You meant One Behind the Ear.

You’d like to see me shot in the most cowardly fashion, from behind, for telling the truth, wouldn’t you?

You think I ‘deserve’, it, don’t you, you snidey little fvcked?

And you’ve the cheek to call ME ‘indifferent’ when YO7 are the one issuing death threats left, right & centre every time someone pisses you off ON A FITBA BLOG, not to mention whatever other ACTUAL crimes you’ve committed in your life, while I have simply taken the time out my day to inform the readers of this blog what exactly the BritIsh & International Zionist governments are really doing to them with this Covid shite …

I think it’s time you took a little self reflection time, wee man.

For I am the one that’s the taken time out my life to come here and spread this crucial information with all of you therefore I am the one who is THE LEAST INDIFFERENT out of all of us.

Youre a filthy sick minded little man and whatever you do and for whatever reasons there is no need to bring it on here just because you don’t like how I talk to yer loud mouthed fat mate.

Fvckin OBE, One Behind the Ear …

Karma will one day get you for that, wee man.

And I won’t have to do anything for it to come hurtling right back atcha.

So you should keep yer eyes peeled.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And all for a ‘mate’ who mocked yer won mate’s death on the street for weeks on here while you tried to ingratiate your way in by sucking up tae the fat boy …

Why did you do that, Red?

Why would a proud and genuine rebel demean himself in such a manner for a thick fat loud mouthed bullying slob fae Fife?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And to think it was this act of his that made me angry enough to avenge your mate’s death by buttoning that fat clown’s lip for good …

Well, I’ve done it tonight, wee man, but I can assure it was no longer for you but for others, myself very much included, that I put that delusional blowhard back in the box where he belongs.

And I savoured every moment of it.

Too bad you weren’t a mate, we could have enjoyed it together.

But his other mate thinks it’s hilarious.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

For I’ve taught you here more than you could have ever expected

And more yet again you thought you’d never know

About this terrible lie under which we’re subjected
And if you read back again you’ll soon see the con
Behind the fake show.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Ralph Malph

Well said.

There were another 548 deaths today, after weeks of lockdown.

This is a lot less than the grotesque almost 2,000 at the beginning due to pre-lockdown activities.

However there are sill almost 10,000 new cases per day, which is still far too high to open up again without another surge.

BroxburnBhoy
5 months ago
Reply to  Ralph Malph

Well said – this fellow Gringo or Whatever he calls himself has lost the plot.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

His name is metal mickey, needs a shot of wd40

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

The name’s McGraw.

Jimmy McGraw.

Monti calls me ‘Gringo’ but he’s obsessed with Gringo as we all know so I just let him ramble on.

Btw, according to official medical figures and NOT from The Daily Mail, there were 6000 deaths in Tayside this past year from various illnesses and only 21 of them were from Covid …

Now go work that one out.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Tayside has a death rate of approx 150 per 100K, according to official medical figures and not Covidiot BS.

nrscotland .gov.uk/covid19stats

Why do you keep making a fool of yourself when your ‘facts’ are so easily disproved?

That’s a rhetorical question.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

I role you, ChaCha, they’re lying about the figures by both hijacking deaths and claiming that ALL deaths within 28 deaths of a ‘positive Covid test’, EVEN WITHOUT SYMPTOMS are being classed as Covid.

The inventor of the PCR machine, Katy Mullis himself, told us that those machines are NOT designed for the medical diagnosing of ANYTHING for they CANNOT diagnose anything as their sole purpose was in lab reassert alone.

This can be likewise found with a quick online search.

Furthermore, Anthony Fauci, former Chief Medical Advisor of America has repeatedly told us that those machines CONTINUOUSLY spit out False Positives when run at anything over 35 cycles and are therefore useless, while the labs openly admit to running ALL PCR machines at 40 cycles or over.

This can also be found with a quick online search.

So since you’ve proven that you CAN do a search go and search this highly salient data to the debate.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

In fact, here you go, free & gratis …

QUICK OVERVIEW

The lockdowns are based on high levels of COVID cases.

“We have so many new cases, we have to lock down.”

This claim is based on the diagnostic PCR test.

The more tests you do, the more positive results come up. A positive result is taken to mean: the person is infected with the virus.

But overwhelmingly, these so-called “infected” people have no symptoms. They are healthy. Nevertheless, each one is called a “COVID case.” This is absurd.

A case should mean the person has clinical symptoms; he is sick.

These people aren’t sick, and there is no indication they will get sick.

So…expand testing, test millions of people, obtain results claiming “infection,” call all these healthy people “cases,” and order lock downs.

This is a straight-out con. The real goal is lockdowns and economic devastation.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Now let’s go to published official literature, and see what it reveals. Spoiler alert: the admitted holes and shortcomings of the test are devastating.

From “CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel”:

“Detection of viral RNA may not indicate the presence of infectious virus or that 2019-nCoV is the causative agent for clinical symptoms.”

Translation: A positive test doesn’t guarantee that the COVID virus is causing infection at all. And, ahem, reading between the lines, maybe the COVID virus might not be in the patient’s body at all, either.

From the World Health Organization (WHO): “Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) technical guidance: Laboratory testing for 2019-nCoV in humans”:

“Several assays that detect the 2019-nCoV have been and are currently under development, both in-house and commercially. Some assays may detect only the novel virus [COVID] and some may also detect other strains (e.g. SARS-CoV) that are genetically similar.”

Translation: Some PCR tests register positive for types of coronavirus that have nothing to do with COVID—including plain old coronas that cause nothing more than a cold.

The WHO document adds this little piece: “Protocol use limitations: Optional clinical specimens for testing has [have] not yet been validated.”

Translation: We’re not sure which tissue samples to take from the patient, in order for the test to have any validity.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

From the FDA: “LabCorp COVID-19 RT-PCR test EUA Summary – December 9, 2020; EMERGENCY USE AUTHORIZATION (EUA) SUMMARY COVID-19 RT-PCR TEST (LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA)”:

“…The SARS-CoV-2RNA [COVID virus] is generally detectable in respiratory specimens during the acute phase of infection. Positive results are indicative of the presence of SARS-CoV-2 RNA; clinical correlation with patient history and other diagnostic information is necessary to determine patient infection status…THE AGENT DETECTED MAY NOT BE THE DEFINITE CAUSE OF DISEASE (CAPS are mine). Laboratories within the United States and its territories are required to report all positive results to the appropriate public health authorities.”

Translation: On the one hand, we claim the test can “generally” detect the presence of the COVID virus in a patient. But we admit that “the agent detected” on the test, by which we mean COVID virus, “may not be the definite cause of disease.” We also admit that, unless the patient has an acute infection, we can’t find COVID. Therefore, the idea of “asymptomatic patients” confirmed by the test is nonsense. And even though a positive test for COVID may not indicate the actual cause of disease, all positive tests must be reported—and they will be counted as “COVID cases.” Regardless.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

From a manufacturer of PCR test kit elements, Creative Diagnostics, “SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus Multiplex RT-qPCR Kit”:

“Regulatory status: For research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.”

Translation: Don’t use the test result alone to diagnose infection or disease. Oops.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Application  Qualitative”

Translation: This clearly means the test is not suited to detect how much virus is in the patient’s body. That’s another indication that the test is useless for determining whether the patient is ill—since millions and millions of virus must be present, in order to produce illness.

“The detection result of this product is only for clinical reference, and it should not be used as the only evidence for clinical diagnosis and treatment. The clinical management of patients should be considered in combination with their symptoms/signs, history, other laboratory tests and treatment responses. The detection results should not be directly used as the evidence for clinical diagnosis, and are only for the reference of clinicians.”

Translation: Don’t use the test as the exclusive basis for diagnosing a person with COVID. And yet, this is exactly what health authorities are doing all over the world. All positive tests must be reported to government agencies, and they are counted as COVID cases.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Those quotes, from official government and testing sources, torpedo the whole “scientific” basis of the test.

CONCLUSION: The PCR test is useless and deceptive. It provides de facto dictators the opportunity to cite “new case levels” and lock down populations, creating economic and human devastation.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

RESIST, REBEL, PROTEST, OPEN UP THE ECONOMY ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN.

And get this information out there, far and wide.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

With thanks to investigative journalist Jon Rappoport for his excellent and relentless work on this crucial aspect of the con.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And YOU can thank me later, Chacha.

Meantime, stick yer ‘rhetorical question’ up yer @rse.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Like Monti does with his dildos.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

This is the call of every extreme right wing politician and business ‘leaders’ enthusiastically taken up by the likes of the Torygraph, Mail, Express etc.

These people want the poor and working classes to pay ‘the price worth paying’ of their lives while they make obscene amounts of money that they squirrel away in tax havens and provides no benefit to anyone else.

I understand their reasons for doing this but what I don’t understand is the motivation of people who can only lose out through such recklessness.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

What you talking about, mate?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

You have read what Rappoport wrote here, yes?

You understand what is really going on here and how this vast corporate fraud is being played upon humanity?

Is this what you’re saying here?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That humanity is being sacrificed for profit via this Covid con in the same way we have been in so many other of their endless wars down the centuries?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That, having read and absorbed Jon Rappoport’s incredible investigative journalistic work in exposing this terrible crime that you fully understand and agree with him that this is just another, perhaps the final, step in this endless war against humanity?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

If so you are correct and have my fullest respect for your ability to grasp the full horror of this international crime to which we are currently being subjected.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Ralph Malph

Well said Ralph!!

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Yer an @rselicker, Monti.

A cowering shitebag off an @rselicker at that.

Angel Gabriel
5 months ago

Excellent article that sums up my scunneredism completely.
Someone once said there’s a thin line between love & hate . I’ve never really been into hating anything. The right wing Tories come close ,but even with Huns , it’s better to laugh at their antics.
This shower that sit on our board are edging me towards hate .
They don’t do conflict with an organisation that’s cheated us . They don’t communicate with their fan base / customers. Even worse they run a football club with little or no ambition and ask us to be thankful for winning a 2 horse race with a novice club for the last 3 years.
Scunnered as f##k CSC

Whitearra
5 months ago

The football is dreadful and akin to Lennon’s playing days. If you have the ball, pass it sideways or back. If there’s some positive reason, then fine. For us it’s a mindset. Performances are that bad, training/coaching must be non-existent. One man up front – tried time and again to no purpose. Players who don’t even test the keeper, the shooting is that bad. Marking at corners and free-kicks a shambles. Our free-kicks are a joke. Forwards on bench who are given, at most, half and hour (usually much less) to contribute. Does anyone have the stats on how many corners we’ve won this season and how many times our players connected with them, never mind scoring? Keep your season ticket money in your pocket. I’m away back under the bed!

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Whitearra

Here’s the only stat that matters, Stevie …

It’s all rigged

5 months ago
Reply to  Whitearra

While only an Armchair supporter I’ve been a fan/supporter of Lennon since he first set foot in Celtic Park, thought he was given the rough end of the stick at Hibs, and on a hiding to nothing at Bolton, even giving him the benefit of the doubt after the appointment in the showers. However ,after the horror show at Dingwall on Sunday evening and the horror shows that have preceded it along with the majority of all Celtic fans surely he should be sacked immediately before any more damage and humiliation can be heaped on the club, the wantaway and underperforming players are needed until the end of the season to see if even a modicum of self-respect and pride can be salvaged. Hail. Hail.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  gerald allen

I told the lads on here precisely the damage and humiliation our Freemasonic Tory board had in store for us & our club around 5 or 6 years ago, Gerald, and explained how it was all part of the 5 Way Agreement to keep any form ‘a Rangers*’ alive but none of them believed me.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

But Peter & Dermot & Eric Riley all knew of the 5 Way Agreement and all agreed to the terms of the 5 Way Agreement and all seen the 5 Way Agreement, despite Peter’s lie at the AGM and each of them in their own way told us how much they wanted, nay, NEEDED (sic) any form ‘a Rangers*’(sic) for Celtic to remain relevant (sic).
And sick it most surely is, my friend, and sick will I forever be at what these men, these parasites, these vampires, these leeches, have done to our once wonderful club.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That’s because you are not of intelligence.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Whitearra

but apart from that!?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago

‘Ten figure fees’, Ralph?!

Are you sure about that?

You do know that even One Hundred Million (100,000,000) is only a NINE figure fee, right?

And why must you mention ‘the plague’ (sic) in every single fvckin Diary?

It’s almost as though you’re under orders …

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Bedee bedeee beedee

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You can kid on you’re Metal Mickey all you like but you can’t address the fact I told you what was REALLY happening at Celtic half a decade ago.

Nor the fact that you’re a finook.

5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

I’ve seen it stated on here before that you are the guy who used to haunt this blog about his Mormon faith/cult every day even when he went to the toilet that was due to his Mormon faith, but I never particularly believed it , however having been pummelled every day with your rantings over covid-19 it seems to me that you are that guy who has found another cult: covid-19 pandemic denying. Hail Hail.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  gerald allen

Or in short….a total fvnny

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

There’s nothing funny about him, he’s a fud.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

That’s not very nice, is it, ‘The’ Cha?

Have YOU done a search for any of the facts I have here sent you?

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

If you ever post any facts as opposed to Covidiocy ‘facts’ then I’ll consider it.

As you haven’t then I haven’t.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

I just did and all from the horse’s mouth too.

Read ‘em and weep, sucker.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Funny indeed from a f@nny like you, fat boy.

You told yer Mafia mate you fvcked up by outing him on an open forum on the Internet yer, fud?

5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti, I’m beginning to wonder if Jimmy McGraw and Paranoid Celt are one and the same person,I think that they’re the only two Jeremy’s and Noel’s on here that agree with this conspiracy theory of his/theirs. Hail. Hail.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  gerald allen

Ate YOU Monti’s g a y lover, Gerald?

For you’re doing a fine job of licking his balls.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And kissing his @ss.

Sookie sookie!

Paranoid celt
5 months ago
Reply to  gerald allen

How about the covid response collateral deniers. No other death matters. Only covid

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

They’re obsessed, PC.

Deluded, brainwashed programmed and obsessed.

’No other death matters’ …

Thats exactly where they’re at …

Cancer doesn’t matter, heart attacks don’t matter, poverty doesn’t matter …

Only Covid.

What a gang of sad gullible misguided rabble of so-called ‘rebels’ these men truly are.

And God shall judge them in their folly.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  gerald allen

Mormons?

Faith cult?

What you on about, dumb boy?

I have faith in nothing but facts & evidence and even those are subject to continuous scrutiny.

You and Metal Mickey here ought to try it some time,

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Beedee beedee beedee

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

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BroxburnBhoy
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Pish!

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

Wow!

The font of all wisdom!

Such an elaborate and eloquent reply requires some serious and in depth reflection, young Broxie!

Have you been taking lessons from Master Gerrard again?

Jinkylarrson
5 months ago

Please please please just go N.L. I’ve watched Celtic since 1966 and I CAN’T remember being so let down and disgusted with a supposed Celtic team. How can a manager play without tactics because that’s what it looks like. When will we get a groundswell of fans refusing to buy season books. That would get the charlatans to act.

Monti
5 months ago

So Mcgraw, was it also a masonic plan for us to win 9 in a row & four trebles?

Ba’sack

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Indeed it was, fat fvck, that was the sop to keep you mugs hooked so that Sevco could then stop the 10.

It was all part of the same plan and it’s all recorded in the 5 Way Agreement.

And like everything else in life, you know NOTHING about any of it.

How does it feel to live life as a mushroom, fed shit every minute and kept in the dark?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

So you are asking us to accept that this season was part of a grand plan to lose the league?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Very odd this fellow^

BroxburnBhoy
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti he has lost the plot mate – needs help

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Yes, you dumb fat fvck.

I told you this 6 years ago.

The Freemasons who run this world leave nothing to chance by planning everything in advance.

Ask yer Mafia mate.

He’ll know.

Or he should do if he exists.

You dumb mamaluke clown.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Broxburnbhoy,
He’s just a sexually frustrated 14 year old in his big brothers buckfast stained room.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Which would mean that I was 8 when I first come on here 6 years ago …

I see counting is down there with your inability to grasp basic Logic, fat boy.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Funnily enough, 14 was the age your mate mentioned when you were getting carried away with yer classmates.

Triggered much, Monti ..?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And I won’t mention what happened between you & yer own brothers, fat boy.

Cos that really WOULD be embarrassing, wouldn’t it ..?

Cartvale88
5 months ago

The debacle that is Celtic FootbalbClub is of its own making. For years the CEO and the board have treated the support as mugs wrapping themselves in the tricolour, playing to the mob, whilst ignoring Res 12, the living wage and supporters welfare,Janefield Street incident’where supporters could have been injured or worse caused by the stupidity of the Police. They are the true enemies of the club with their compliance and acceptance of a corrupt Football and Legal system, willing to blame the support for any issue, or upset. The Brenda was probably too successful for them to control, so he went as he was unhappy with the business model. At the time they were looking for a replacement manager there were choices, some ex Celts such as Moyes, but went for Lenny as they knew he was compliant, also the reason Delilah came in.
The chairman Wankier and the rest have fiddled whilst Rome burned, the transfer policy has cost tens of millions in UCL monies, even this season players brought in after UCL loss.
The demise of Celtic started the day Brenda walked, from that moment it was get rid of players reduce the budget, bring in a placeman, it was only through Sevco stupidity or arrogance they did not stop ten in a row as by 2019 Celtic were firing blanks, the Wall won the BetFred Cup.
At no time has anyone stood up and criticised the media, the SPFL or the SFA never mind the Krankie. Last week the pieman penned a horrendous article in the Sun belittling the support, the clubs stance on that, fair game.
It is almost as if these morons are committing death by a thousand cuts, as the majority of supporters are losing interest and not even watching the dross that Lenny plays.
Finally I feel sorry for Lennon, he has suffered from issues, his statements show that he has lost the plot, his employers really do not seem to concerned about his well-being or welfare.
But when you look at the suits, that’s all they are empty suits.
I despair for next season and the future of a great club being dragged through the mire by Desmond and his merry men

Cole
5 months ago

How could the SFA have less integrity when they never ever had any in the first instance.

Monti
5 months ago

Beedee beedee beedee 🙂

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

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Monti
5 months ago

Think i’ll watch close encounters of the third kind, tonight.
That’s when i’m not curtain twitching looking for Mcgraw & his crew of dwarves.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Yeahhh!

I KNEW we’d get Little & Large back if I asked nicely!

Say Hooray to Jimmy McGraw! 😀

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You’re a natural born curtain twitcher, fat boy.

When you’re not chewing on all those dildos you blagged out yer work.

Monti
5 months ago

His name is Jimmy McGraw,
Lacking in brain but plenty of blaw,
Nothing to offer but conspiracy & shvite,
Unbecoming of this our beloved site.
No fitba craic or fitba in general, just ignorant, angry & sounds like a genital.
So come on Jimmy & let’s have a craic soon,
Just remember your transmitter & pics of the moon.

Ya dk

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Oh Monti, oh Monti
You fat fvckin clown
You don’t know what’s up
Nor what is down
You blabber and haver
You spout all yer shite
But know not what is wrong
Nor what is right
So why not atone
For such idiocy
By telling all your pals
What you did in your teens
With that boy from your class
Round the back of the bogs
Where you suddenly found yourself
Stabbing his logs?

You fat finook dildo chomping w@nker.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And a crack you’ll be getting soon enough, fat boy.

Right across yer slack baw jaw.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That’s a direct threat of violence on an online forum?

Ralph?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

No.

It’s just a bit of craic 😀

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

You running crying to Ralph again, you dumb fat frightened finook f@nny?

I thigh the you said you were ‘scared of no one’?

Yet here you are crying for Ralph and, at the weekend, directly threatening me with the Mafia?

You are a shitebag, Monti.

You know you couldn’t fight yer wey out a wet paper bag.

And so do we.

Thats why we let you away wae it this far.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

” anytime anywhere “

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

He was talking abut driving a taxi.

You’re talking about bending over for the boys.

No thanks, lardarse.

No one’s that desperate.

Apart fae yer wee mate.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Homophobic as well as all the other nonsense.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago

Not at all.

Im just telling you what Monti’s mate told me.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

‘The fat boy’s a finook’, he said.

And the amount of dildos he nicked out that factory he worked in proves it.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Along with his never ending obsession with Mike’s extended proboscis.

How you haven’t seen where Monti’s affections really lie is actually quite incredible.

Particularly since I’ve been subtly pointing this out for the past 5 or 6 year also.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

He even told you himself the other day, look …

’Monti 3 days ago

Portpower,
Nothing wrong with being probed these days apparently……cough.’

BroxburnBhoy
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Pish

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

Are YOU Monti’s g a y lover, Broxie?

For you’re sure starting to sound like him ..l

5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Broxbourne Bhoy, Hope it won’t come as a shock to you but the Deluded Jimmy McGraw has just outed us as Monti’s gay lovers, I don’t know how the world is going to handle the news that Monti has a gay 77 yr old lover in Yorkshire
(never mind the effects on my friends and family) I hope you’re younger than me Broxi, or what will the blog think of Monti, apart from the ridiculous statement that he’s gay.
)

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

No, no, no.

That’s what you answer meaning “Sir, I respectfully disagree with your opinion”.

It needs to be far harsher when addressing Covidiots.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Is it, Chacha?

Does it, Chacha?

You like it harder, do you, Chacha?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

July 16, 2020, podcast, “This Week In Virology”: Tony Fauci makes a point of saying the PCR COVID test is useless and misleading when the test is run at “35 cycles or higher.” A positive result, indicating infection, cannot be accepted or believed.
Here, in techno-speak, is an excerpt from Fauci’s key quote (starting at the 3m50s mark): “…If you get [perform the test at] a cycle threshold of 35 or more…the chances of it being replication-competent [aka accurate] are miniscule…you almost never can culture virus [detect a true positive result] from a 37 threshold cycle…even 36…”
Each “cycle” of the test is a quantum leap in amplification and magnification of the test specimen taken from the patient.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Too many cycles, and the test will turn up all sorts of irrelevant material that will be wrongly interpreted as relevant.
That’s called a false positive.
What Fauci failed to say on the video is: the FDA, which authorizes the test for public use, recommends the test should be run up to 40 cycles. 

NOT 35.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Therefore, all labs in the US that follow the FDA guideline are knowingly or unknowingly participating in fraud. Fraud on a monstrous level, because…

Millions of Americans are being told they are infected with the virus on the basis of a false positive result, and…

The total number of COVID cases in America—which is based on the test—is a gross falsity.

The lockdowns and other restraining measures are based on these fraudulent case numbers.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Let me back up and run that by you again. 

Fauci says the test is useless when it’s run at 35 cycles or higher. 

The FDA says run the test up to 40 cycles, in order to determine whether the virus is there. 

This is the crime in a nutshell.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

If anyone in the Congress has a few brain cells operating, pull Fauci into a televised hearing and, in ten minutes, make mincemeat out of the fake science that has driven this whole foul, stench-ridden assault on the global economy and its 8 billion citizens.



Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

All right, here are two chunks of evidence for what I’ve written above.

First, we have a CDC quote on the FDA website, in a document titled: “CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel For Emergency Use Only.” See pdf page 38 (doc page 37). This document is marked, “Effective: 12/01/2020.”

That means, even though the virus is being referred to by its older name, the document is still relevant as of Dec 2020. “For Emergency Use Only” refers to the fact that the FDA has certified the PCR test under a traditional category called “Emergency Use Authorization.”

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

FDA: “…a specimen is considered positive for 2019-nCoV [virus] if all 2019-nCoV marker (N1, N2) cycle threshold growth curves cross the threshold line within 40.00 cycles ([less than] 40.00 Ct).”

Naturally, MANY testing labs reading this guideline would conclude, “Well, to see if the virus is there in a patient, we should run the test all the way to 40 cycles. That’s the official advice.”

Then we have a New York Times article from 29th August and updated on the 17th September headlined: “Your coronavirus test is positive. Maybe it shouldn’t be.” Here are money quotes:

“Most tests set the limit at 40 [cycles]. A few at 37.”

“Set the limit” would usually mean, “We’re going to look all the way to 40 cycles, to see if the virus is there.”

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

The Times: “This number of amplification cycles needed to find the virus, called the cycle threshold, is never included in the results sent to doctors and coronavirus patients…”

Boom. That’s the capper, the grand finale.

Labs don’t or won’t reveal their collusion in this crime!

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Get the picture?

I hope so.

If a lawyer won’t go to court with all this, or if a judge won’t pay attention and see the light, they should be stripped of their jobs forthwith.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

By Jon Rappoport

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Was that hard enough for you, Chacha?

Still gagging on yer soup or would you like it harder?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Am I still your enemy, Red?

Remember when you shrieked at me ‘YOU ARE MY ENEMY NOW!!! and told me to ‘watch my back’ and Ralph saw nothing wrong with it?

So am I still your enemy, Red?

And if so, why?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Sssshhhhhhhh

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

How do genitals sound, Monti?

It’s clear you’ve had enough of them in your ear to form an opinion.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

‘Tips’?
I see what you did there……some conk btw!

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

It’s really not his nose you’re interested in, sure it’s no, Finocchio?

It’s what it represents to you.

Isn’t it?

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Cha,
The pies are shvte anyway m8, after i finished both of them at half time….i thought that would do.

The Cha
5 months ago

“Celtic depend on two major financial streams, to top up the core of season book money.

Champions League or other European income, and player sales.”

The recent half-year accounts showed:

  1. Matchday £13m down from £27m, presumably due to lack of Euro ticket sales and pie sales
  2. Multimedia and commercial £13m v £15m, pretty much the same but paid on back of 9IAR etc
  3. Merchandising £15m v £11m, quite a stunning increase but perhaps anticipation of 10 etc

The first and third of these are pretty much fan contributions, 70% of total, although this would reduce in full-year and due to prize money esp Euro (don’t laugh) etc.

I’m not convinced there will be a mass ST boycott next season, even if nothing changes eg a legal notice of a change of manager to someone acceptable to the majority.

  1. This isn’t a cold, rational decision you would make regarding a service eg TV, phone etc where you no longer feel you’re getting value for money. Instead its an emotional investment where irrationality rules.
  2. There will be fears of missing out on big games, yes Huns, Euros etc. When there’s been spares for those games, STHs get additional options not non-STHs.
  3. There are fans that have had season tickets for a long time, 25 years in some cases, and sit with their friends and enjoy this aspect, which will also be lost if they don’t renew.
  4. Parents take their kids to games now, as ours used to drag us to church back in the 60s or whenever. Its a religious thing for many and again, logic plays no part.
  5. Anyone who gives up an ST will be at the back of the queue if/when there’s an upturn and it will take a few years to ‘get the gang back together again’. Although some expect this to last for years, we’ve had boom/bust before, pre/post O’Neill, pre Rodgers etc. There’s been plenty complaints of those who gave up their STs in 2012-2015, after many years, of being frozen out subsequently.
Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Cha,
I did my best to keep pie sales up 🙂

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You mean you helped finance the chicanery within our great club.

This financing thus makes you complicit after the fact.

YOU helped destroy Celtic from the inside out, fat boy.

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

I added that one to acknowledge your contribution!

Remember, no more Parkhead Pies until the whole shower of them are gone. 😉

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Good for you, Chacha.

Not A Penny More!

Monti
5 months ago

Wee Redcoat…..cough….
Do you have Al Jazeera comrade?

The Cha
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

It’s Freeview channel 235 for those looking for it.

Monti
5 months ago

Gringo,
You still going to meet me at the Hoops bar when things are back to normal?

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Things will never be ‘back to normal’, boy.

You know this already.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Besides, why would I need to leather you when I’ve spent a fair part of the past 6 years slapping you all over the Internet?

😀

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Maybe you could leather me who knows……
But you will find out rather quickly that was an error.

portpower
5 months ago

Rumour Mill:
Neil Lennon to leave Celtic in the next 24 hours. John Kennedy to take charge of the Holy Tablet.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  portpower

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Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Goodbye Neil!
You remain in my heart but it’s time to go!

highseastim
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

His time has been up for a wee while now Monti, I’m disappointed he couldn’t bring us the ten, as I believe he along with the fans would have absolutely loved it.
Although a sad ending, I have nothing but best wishes for Neil in the future as he’s been a big part of some special times for me watching Celtic, since he pulled on the hoops.

Monti
5 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

Highseastim,
Totally agree m8

portpower
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Ba mhaith liom tu go leir is fearr Neil.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

He’s not the only man in your heart though, is he, tubs?

Cortes
5 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Great.

Just great. Then the wonderful tactics he’s learned throwing the warm-up header balls can be deployed.

Just marvellous.

portpower
5 months ago

Dermot, the Celtic Family deserve restitution.

Jimmy McGraw
5 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Yes indeed, Port.

portpower
5 months ago

John Kennedy is to shower at hame after a game.

  • Dominic McKay.
portpower
5 months ago

What are the odds?

Tom English to be the first to interview New CEO, Dominic McKay. [pandemonium]

Iancelt67
5 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Mixed emotions about Lenny. Well I did 3 months ago now it’s like getting rid of that girlfriend who did your head in. Good luck mr Lennon. You if nothing else don’t give up causes and you don’t know when to lay down.. you can now be the Celtic legend you deserve to be. Hail Hail

Iancelt67
5 months ago
Reply to  Iancelt67

Just keep Kennedy out of the showers and we will be fine

Yoker Bhoy
5 months ago

Although I don’t feel like celebrating, this news comes more as a relief than anything else. Last summer I felt both respect and affection for Neil Francis Lennon but that has all gone now. This has been the most disastrous season for the team I love in my living memory although Lennon is not the only one to blame for that. In the future I’ll try to be as fair-minded as possible and remember both the good times and the bad with Lenny. If he has mental health issues I hope he fully recovers and gets on with his life with as little suffering as possible. I wouldn’t be surprised if he writes a book some day revealing all those ‘hidden truths’ of what was going on behind the scenes, you know, the stuff he isn’t able to disclose at the moment. If that ever comes about, I’m afraid I won’t bother buying it. Kennedy will have to do for the time being but at least it looks pretty clear there will be wholesale changes during the close season. Today’s decision is huge for us, finally a bit of common sense being shown.

highseastim
5 months ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

I do hope Celtic have sacked Neil and paid compensation and not waited for him to resign and walk away like bad employers!! As a long term union activist I loathe bad, miserly, tory esque, employers.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

Do you really think he’s walked away without his filthy lucre. Yesterday would have been the day they were ‘sorting’ out his (ahem) ‘resignation’.

Mike.
5 months ago

A disasterous season in many respects. One down, one to go, both have shown remarkable stupidity and let us be clear, cost the club millions of pounds in lost revenue and millions of pounds in failed signings, quite apart from lost titles and trophies and European revenue. I for one will not miss either of them. Appointing a manager in the showers? was just a slap in the face to the support and showed a complete disregard to carry out the coach’s recruitment in a professional manner. The boards failure to speak up for the club and its support, their complicity in the governance of Scottish football will be an ever lasting blight on the club, sometimes it’s very difficult to understand what their real motives are. Can we look forward to the future? yes, we can but only if they recruit the new manager and perhaps a DoF properly and with due diligence. The season ticket sales will have had an affect on the timing of Lennon’s departure, but for us it gives us hope for next season’s CL Qualifiers, the qualifiers are so important to the financial health of the club, let us hope that they get the appointments right.

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Champion League qualification would be the miracle of miracles Mike. They missed that opportunity by letting this clusterfvck drag on 6 months too long. A board that buried its collective heads up each other’s arses and played God to the game’s integrity in this country don’t deserve to be in situ, period.

Puggy
5 months ago

I’d like to thank Neil for his service to the club as a player and manager. I said here when BR left I would not have picked him but he got the job and it was then required to support him and the team. But things went wrong a long time back and from the outside the club has been asleep at the wheel (credit to the GB on that one) for a long time. I hope that one day the fans will be appraised of all of the issues that affected the club since BR left and I think Lennon has earned the right to produce a book on that matter in the fullness of time. He has the intelligence to address the football issues and sectarian and racism that pervades a section of Scottish society – with all profits to charity. Suddenly our board look like doddery old men trying to endear themselves to the Scottish establishment . Time for changes at board level too and I don’t mean a rugby PR.

Monti
5 months ago

Whilst i’m relieved Neil has gone now, my initial reaction was one of happiness, yet i feel anxious now about who the next gaffer will be now?
I will not accept John Kennedy as permanent manager, no way.

Rafa Benitez or Eddie Howe at the top of my list.

Good luck to you Neil Lennon!

henkesdreadlocks
5 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Benitez and Eddie Howe? As much chance of either of them as there is 10 in a row.

Tonydtic
5 months ago

The board should be starting from the position of 25k season ticket holders since realistically that’s where we are if they went on sale today and make an appointment that will take it up to waiting list levels again as we did with Rodgers. Let’s hope that the new CE is already working in the background and we’re not relying on the current board.

Frank McGaaaarvey
5 months ago

Thank feck for that then. At least that is one foot out of the quicksand. A lot more to do yet before we can breathe easy. I wonder if the board take as long to decide which biscuits to have with tea at meetings “We won’t be rushed”. Season book renewal letters anyone?

JimboH
5 months ago

It’s common knowledge that the Board carried out a token canvassing of the ‘ Season Book reserves’, just checking we have your details correct, are you still interested type of thing trying to test the waters.
Apart from supporter discontent what was likely found was that supporters who had been furloughed or thrown to the wolves as self-employed showed that like the rest of us money is tight and a post double whammy of COVID / BREXSHIT has altered a lot of expectations and priorities. Add in the Board disconnect with fan’s engagement and apparent complicity ( 5W agreement, Res 12 / 11, preserving Der Hhunat all costs ) and shifting anywhere near 50000 Season Books was a look at the Abyss moment for the Board and was going to be well nigh impossible with NFL still in situ.
According to PMCG, an adult conversation was held yesterday between the movers and shakers and Lennie got his report card read out.
The writing was on the wall.
18 months ago I outlined, if anyone cares to check on here, what the scenario would be for the 10IAR. I take no pleasure in being proved correct. I was against Neil’s permanent appointment as being a penny pinching, downscaling by PL & The Tory Board who were terrified that SEVCO would be finished for good this time if we succeeded. I felt they were hanging Neil out to dry, hamstringing him over coaching staff and lack of support staff, Sport Science personnel etc.
I was profoundly aware of the pressure that Neil was under during the first managerial go-around, (the endemic West of Scotland Anti Irish / Catholic bigotry) and the toll it had taken on him and his family. I felt that apart from the job just being too big for him he did not need the pressure again.
While glad to see him finally go his I’m saddened that his status as one of the greats has been tarnished. Genuinely hope that in years to come some of our anger and disappointment will abate.

H.H.

Owen Mullions
5 months ago

Halle-fuckin-lujah!!!

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