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Banned Documentary: Spinning Squirrel

This is called Spinning Squirrel. The title comes from in-joke labelling to avoid censorship. It has nothing to do with spinning or squirrels. The maker keeps her/his name disconnected from the documentary to avoid censorship.

Watch while you can…

I once heard Edwina Currie on the BBC R4 PM programme decry historian David Irving; that he should not be allowed to speak at the Oxford Union. That was c.2007/2008.
If Edwina Curry told me the sky was blue I’d question it. I put down my paint brushes, went to my laptop and what I discovered rather shook my world and belief system.
I later met a Polish man who survived 5 x WWII camps and confirmed so many suspicions. He survived because he volunteered to help manage a typhus block within his last camp and received better food rations. I could tell much more.

I just went to share this documentary and found my saved links gone, censored, removed, banned. I searched and found someone has posted it elsewhere.
I trust most who come to TAP blog are not concerned about race, creed, colour or being prejudice about much at all. Sure, we deem Tony Blair an arsehole, face masks ludicrous and anthropogenic climate change is a scam, but generally, we’re a pretty open minded bunch, aren’t we? I put my fiver on the earth being round-ish, but if you want to explore flat theories, be my guest. However, there is subject matter you are simply not allowed to ponder. Watch the film.


6 Responses to “Banned Documentary: Spinning Squirrel”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Spinning squirrels are very annoying. They deprive many good birds of their rightful input of nuts.

    • NPP says:

      Grey squirrels eat baby birds; once described to me like tapping off the head like a boiled egg. They look lovely & cuddly. They are a pest. They eat all our cobnut tree nuts.

      Saw a fox the last 3-4 nights. They too look lovely, unless they get into your chicken run.

      As for bloody muntjac; shoot them.

      There was shooting, disease & horror galore, but no gas & for goodness sake don’t tell anyone. You could end up in prison.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    “Zelensky’s Thugs Detain And Torture Priest”
    had to be titled “Fluffy Kitten” to beat the Bitchute autocensor.


  3. NPP says:

    I don’t want to see it. I’ve already read & seen enough to know too much.

    In Abu Grab they raped children & played the tape recordings to the parents to torture, inject fear etc. Apparently US Senate/Congress members know because the recording were played to a committee.

    What a sick mindset we have within certain echelons of the collective West.

  4. ian says:

    An excellent film by **** ******. It would still be a little too strong for most believers, but good nonetheless. I once tried to engage a lifelong friend on the H inconsistencies, it backfired on me. He was so sure that he was correct, that he must have been there. You never hear much about the US concentration camps for the Japanese during WW2.

    • NPP says:

      I marked out his name. He’d be pissed off. He distances himself from this film. It’s silly, but it is what it is. He’s had censorship & personal attack more than most. The quality could be better, but by his own admission, like me, he’s crap at tech.

      Some mass killings are apparently, officially worse than others.