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  1. This is the most flagrant text of medical fascism I've ever read. Provocation to abandon or abstain from therapeutic or prophylactic medical treatment shall be punishable by one year’s imprisonment and a fine of €15000 (£12,820), where such abandonment or abstention is presented as beneficial to the health of the persons concerned, even although it is, in the current state of the medical knowledge, manifestly likely to result in a therapeutic or prophylactic medical treatment for them, in view of the pathology from which they are suffering, serious consequences for their physical or mental health. If it does come to the UK (and I guess this French Article⁴ is a clear sign that BIG Pharma has been rattled) then we should do what ULEZ violators do and overwhelm the system with violations and tie them up in court, again and again and again. They must prove quantifiable harm. Whereas we can prove this is big pharma legislation and unlawful.
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  2. I have been following The Sandwell Skidder for a couple of years now, and while he never specifically mentions Common Purpose, a lot of what he writes about, detailing the corrupt and crooked activities at Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council in the West Midlands, does bear all the hallmarks of Common Purpose and what they get up to, as well as how they cover for each other. I thought I'd highlight a couple of his recent posts as 'cases in point'. The first one is a bit of a lengthy read, you may not be familiar with the Sandwell area and some of the names/people mentioned, and you don't need to be. Nasty Sandwell Scumbag, Paul Reeves, gets suspended jail sentence https://thesandwellskidder.blogspot.com/2024/01/nasty-sandwell-scumbag-paul-reeves-gets.html Remember folks, these Common Purpose 'change agents' are EVERYWHERE, in the civil service (local AND national), the police, the judiciary, and the media. And what they do is 'look after their own'. And you can add to that list above the whole education system, in particular all these 'academy groups' that have sprung up in recent years. Another interesting post highlights that this level of ineptitude, corruption and crookedness is not solely the domain of Labour-controlled councils. Your democratically-elected councillors are NOT the ones actually in control of your local council any more! Four (Tories) Go Mad in Dorset! https://thesandwellskidder.blogspot.com/2024/02/four-tories-go-mad-in-dorset.html There was a time when councillors and indeed MPs were elected on the basis of representing their constituents, and it used to be the case that any prospective candidate had to actually live in that area. In some councils, the corruption and influence of Common Purpose would appear to extend beyond its 'paid civil service' and into cliques of councillors themselves. The following post highlights this, as well as how connections are made between local authorities, following on from the above post. Labour's "Sperminator" ejaculated! https://thesandwellskidder.blogspot.com/2024/02/labours-sperminator-ejaculated.html
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  3. This is like McDonald’s joining up with government to say - ‘If you look thin or malnourished and we recommend a Big Mac for you to eat, if you don’t eat it or argue against eating it, or if you tell others not to eat it, we’ll fine you thousands of pounds and put you in prison.’ Utter insanity. We have to be ready. This will happen in uk, guaranteed. The world as we knew it is over, it’s finished. Welcome to the brave new world
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  4. A tweet by yours truly….
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  5. I find it difficult to comprehend not desiring to be closer to the natural world. Simulation or not. I believe there is a reasonable argument to think that those who feel no pull towards nature are a separate species. We are all taught the beauty and benefit of the "natural" world but the vast majority prefer Love island and posting pictures of the meals. Just look at the reaction to the massive rise in prices in the U.K as one example. No protest, no outright rebellion. The system, or whatever you believe is behind all this, has in the most part already achieved it's goals.
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  6. Many words of wisdom here. We should be resisting the takeover attempts by the upper class snobs and their lower priced supermarkets as these lower prices will be extremely temporary, since they buy in bulk and they have everything under one roof it makes it appealing to customers so they would much rather go to the snobs then the shops owned by the working class people. Hopefully if more people go to the shops owned by working class people they wlll get more business. will be able to buy in bulk, will be able to offer lower prices
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  7. Yeah for sure, you wouldn't even know that Sweden had been suffering from mass immigration if it was not for this website. Let alone the gang culture that has plagued the country since the migration started happening.
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  8. The essence of sacrifice thrives from weakness amongst the population and with the manipulation of the human mind in reality that there is imperfections everywhere, then there will be heaps of weak people coming forward to fulfil the sacrifice of imperfection. These people filling the gap are most likely weak due to personal characteristics as well (ie: money, love, lack of company etc) which is an easy sacrifice to gain entry to for the agenda. Transgenderism is a perfect example of the agenda playing the weak minded to it's advantage let alone transhumanism. The transgender agenda just shows how easy people sacrifice themselves when something promotes a new lease of life to make them feel like they can be a part of something more than just simply living.
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  9. Most of what David talks about is representative of external powers that have a connection to our lives, hence why we have a negative outlook on the content. There is no need for a negative outlook though as we need to realise that the external powers are only there from our perception of government and policies that are implemented in government. If we look at David's content as a light in the dark, then we can be happy with the information as we are being given more about the world and which is something we can all resonate with as a community and as David also says there is strength in Love, Joy, Happiness which is more powerful than the enemies that we all have as a collective which are the external powers that implement controls and policies by which our lives are governed. If we look towards the light of David's content and see that he is enlightening us towards a better collective of people with greater amounts of knowledge instead of being left in the dark which would be much more sadder from my perspective.
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  10. David's claim is legitimate under my thoughts as what he says about perception and then reaction, solution, problem. The world elite are professionals at introducing an agenda and proving themselves right, COVID-19 being fake is a genius idea and definitely something that should be considered from us all as of all the propaganda we are fed from MSM. I have written about this in another post that the lateral flow antigen testing can be false representative of SARS-CoV (COVID-19) with just testing for a cold and other symptoms of common illnesses which makes for the perfect product to introduce mass psychosis with stating that COVID-19 is a real virus when in actual fact it does not exist there is just a common cold that is around the world and even more so, the lateral flow antigen tests can test positive for giving an even greater sense to the population that SARS-CoV (COVID-19) is a real virus. From the basis of my point and thesis, I think David can potentially be right with his claim for sure.
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  11. Talking of banks, a few years ago I was off for a job interview, all suited and booted, I called into my local bank and stood in line to be served, when suddenly a man charged into the bank dressed in a black boiler suit, black gloves and a black ski mask, and waving a fucking big pistol around! He shouted 'everyone, on the floor now' I said 'fuck off dude this is a new suit, there's no way I'm lying on the floor mate' ! So, he shot me, straight through the right shoulder, the round went straight through me, and hit the teller behind me in the throat, killing her instantly! Suddenly armed police came charging in and after a brief struggle overpowered the gunman and took him away in cuffs! I spent three days in hospital and then three years in prison, because the jury decided it was through me that the teller got shot! Oh yes, and I never got the job as a lucky charm salesman either!
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  12. Actually the Transhumanisation of the World Mark Phillips & Cathy O'Brien - Tranceformation of America MGSV & "The Man Who Sold The World" History of Monarch Mind Control and Hollywood Sex Slaves Übermensch The Supermen (1970) David Bowie + lyrics "Plastic Man - Rubber Soul" Michael Jackson - Ghost Of Another Lover (Music Video) The Death of King Charles III “Martyrdom” and Monopolise - Globalise
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  13. Yes, that is true - a staff-manned checkout is always going to be far more efficient, simply because a trained checkout operator is more experienced at scanning items from a motorised conveyor belt, than your average shopper is. To be fair, at least the big supermarkets actually designed their self-service checkouts the best they could, though you'd be there forever if you had a full trolley of groceries. What always galled me was in stores like Wilko and Matalan, where their idea of creating self-service checkouts was to simply rotate the EPOS machine on the counter so that it faced the customer. Unless you only had one or two items, you just didn't have any space to work in. It just became an awkward and off-putting experience. I get most of my groceries from Iceland - thankfully they resisted the move towards self-service and still have manned tills. Everything else I need I get from my local Nisa or other independent supermarkets, I don't think they are really that much more expensive than Tesco, Sainsburys et al despite the media propaganda and advertising.
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  14. Sounds like you got unlucky. I never had any problems at B&M most the staff i talked to thought it was all shit.
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  15. i suppose that depends on how you define heroism. To me a hero is someone who does the right thing even though they know that it is going to cost them. If it didn't come at a personal cost then anyone could do it. David has spoken out in the face of ridicule, threats, court action and bannings from countries. I think that is heroic
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  16. Britain's Health Advisory and Recovery Team Leads Call for Suspension of Boosters Open Letter Urges Halt of Injections While Death Probe is Undertaken by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Peter McCullough, MD 20 Feb 2024 By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH Britain's Health Advisory and Recovery Team co-chair Dr. Claire Craig supported by the UK Medical Freedom Alliance, and Children’s COVID Vaccine Advisory Council issued this joint open letter to Victoria Atkins, MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care on February 6, 2024. This letter was appended with dozens of physician-scientist signatures. To: The Right Hon Victoria Atkins, MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care CC: Dame Jenny Harries, CEO UKHSA; Professor Sir Christopher Whitty, CMO; Maria Caulfield MP Dear Ms Atkins Re: Urgent Review of Excess Deaths Firstly, congratulations on your recent appointment as Secretary of State at the DHSC. Your three months in office have given you time to see for yourself how much the NHS is struggling; with rising waiting lists, low staff morale and the devastating strike action. You will also be aware of the ongoing and concerning excess deaths in the UK, recently debated in Parliament. The fact that this is occurring in many Western countries and across all age groups, particularly younger adults for whom there were no excess deaths during 2020, should trigger alarm bells and prompt an urgent investigation. In addition, in parallel with increased deaths, there has been a significant rise in levels of sickness and disability recorded throughout the working age population. This has resulted in not only increased demands on the health service, but also has impacted the health and resilience of NHS staff themselves, with resulting high levels of staff sickness and absence, causing additional strain on an already struggling system. The causes of excess mortality and morbidity are likely multifactorial, including the physical and mental impacts of lockdowns, delays in accessing treatment and long-term effects of Covid-19 itself. However, a fourth potential factor appears to be being deliberately ignored: that is, any possible role of the mRNA Covid-19 vaccines. The timing of the rise in disabilities and deaths should make the vaccinations a definite suspect. As early as November 2020, many scientists and doctors, including those in UKMFA, were highlighting the potential risks of a rushed vaccine. Until this question has been thoroughly investigated, it is premature and reckless to be talking of using mRNA technology for future prophylactic vaccines (we take no view on the development of mRNA vaccines for their previously-intended role as therapeutic anti-cancer agents). We are concerned that the Government is focused on the business opportunity for the UK, offered by the expansion of use of these technologies, but are ignoring potential risks to public health from these products, particularly to the immune and cardiovascular systems. The failure of COVID vaccines to stop viral circulation is obvious to all. The obviousness of this failure, along with growing concern about the products’ safety – evidenced by poor uptake among those eligible – is undermining public trust in vaccination more generally, including where it is indubitably useful. We have written repeatedly to the MHRA, the CMOs, the JCVI, and to your predecessor, regarding the many risks of rolling these vaccines out to children. Members of the Pandemic Response All Party Parliamentary Group also wrote a letter in January 2022, over two years ago, regarding increased all-cause mortality in 15–19-year-old males. The first three signatories on this letter were all asked by Baroness Hallett to provide Witness Statements for Module 4 of the UK Covid-19 Public Inquiry; these we have recently submitted, only to learn that the date for the Module 4 hearings has been inexplicably and disappointingly postponed, likely until after the general election. In the interim we therefore call upon you to suspend the booster programme, pending an immediate review into all aspects of Covid vaccine safety, as outlined in our letter to the MHRA a year ago. The health of the nation’s citizens is of paramount concern and must surely be a high priority for an incoming Minister. We entreat you to apply the precautionary principle regarding the use of these products, which have been linked (in published scientific literature, adverse event databases and real-world epidemiological data) to numerous short- and long-term safety issues, particularly after multiple doses. Pausing their use is now becoming widely recognised to be the only rational, responsible and morally justifiable course of action. We wish you well in the challenging job you have ahead. Yours sincerely Open letters such as these are important all over the world because they prompt actions that should be taken, provide notice to the public that concerns are real, and take away plausible deniability for political leaders concerning the COVID-19 vaccine safety debacle. Please subscribe to Courageous Discourse as a paying or founder member so we can continue to bring you the truth. Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH President, McCullough Foundation www.mcculloughfnd.org
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  17. This has occurred to me too. There's very little that's genuinely new in the New Age, apart from perhaps using crystals, and most people who do things like Tarot and dowsing wouldn't call themselves New Age. So i don't think of it as a 'movement' ie an identifiable group moving in the same direction. The AI melting pot is what the New Age looks like too, a pick & choose from many cultures and ages, to make us rootless and disconnected from our own history, with a fake sense of freedom. It's what the ptb are doing with western society as a whole with mass immigration and multiculturalism. These aren't separate tendencies they're part of the same agenda.
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  18. There are things that can be classified as 'one thing'. For example the elite control of the masses is entirely evil, there is no good side to it, it is just 'one thing'. However that wasn't being discussed anyway, so it is unclear what you were referring to. Also you mention that "sacrifice has nothing to do with it", however that is incorrect. Sacrifice is a major part of what is going on. It is why the satanic elites are obsessed with it. It is why 2.4 BILLION people worship a religion founded on a human blood sacrifice and why the saviour of the New Age movement is the same sacrifice - Jesus Christ. He, whether he existed or not, is the symbol of the spiritual glorification of human sacrifice - which is what they want from the masses. I have explained this in detail in my other comments already and David Icke has written and talked about it, and all it's symbolism in this world, extensively. If you can't see sacrifice is a major theme in the agenda then you're deliberately ignoring it.
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  19. Exactly, which is what that is all about. They cannot force you, you have to agree, but at the moment the life cycle has a 'window' of opportunity to escape. However, they are perfecting their system of control. Those who have already agreed to sacrifice themselves to permanent hive mind location will remain there. Anyone giving up the 'ego' and believing in other new age nonsense of a collective consciousness will agree to sacrifice themselves to them. Sacrifice is at the core of the system and that is why it is reflected in this world, including the fact that the largest world religion with 2.4 BILLION FOLLOWERS, Christianity, is founded on a human blood sacrifice. 'Jesus' gave up his Will and life for his 'father'. Even though the Bible says he has doubts he put them aside and blindly sacrificed himself. It doesn't even matter if he didn't exist because 2.4 billion believe it enough to sacrifice themselves to him to FOLLOW HIS EXAMPLE. And the New Age movement have adopted Jesus as their saviour. It's why the occultism groups are obsessed with sacrifice. Because that is the goal of the life cycle. You only get recycled until you sacrifice yourself or get free from them completely. The new age movement are already pushing transhumanism. It comes from the fundamental new age concept of 'self improvement' towards perfection. The so called 'path' of enlightenment. That 'path' is really a conveyor belt to the hive mind storage. You and I are not perfect beings, we are what Icke calls 'divine sparks' (there are other labels) and we are not meant to be perfect. But AI always seeks perfection. It upgrades, it 'improves', it seeks consolidation of everything (globalisation being a reflection of this) a 'melting pot' of sameness until all becomes one same voice, opinion and thought. The new age movement pushes 'enlightenment', a supposed state of perfection. It's sold on the lie that you are not worthy and must become perfect or you are stained with sin, aka karma. The new age transhumanism idea is that humans can evolve and enhance themselves into enlightenment using technology and AI. Perfection, aka new age enlightenment, requires the REMOVAL OF ANYTHING IMPERFECT. It never adds, it only REMOVES until what remains is perfect, which is the reason the new age sells you the lie of ego, it is to condition you to SACRIFICE and REMOVE the parts of you that make you an individual. But we are not them. They seek to turn everyone into being them. Interestingly again this is reflected in the way they are forcing different cultures upon one another until all different cultures are destroyed. It is a reflection of what is going on in the astral and the hive mind.
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  20. Emotional regulation is a big problem. Unfortunately it is encouraged nowadays. People are told they cannot regulate their own emotions without medication. It's become normalised to prop up your life with external emotional regulation rather than it being an internal function. I'm not sure about the mothers working having the effect on that though. Typically women, especially in lower classes, have had to work, mills, factories, farming etc. And during WW2 mothers in their millions had to work to replace men who were away at war but we did not see an increase in young adults unable to regulate their emotions or isolating themselves like they do today. It's a bit of a myth that mothers were around the home all day giving attention to their children. It's also more likely to happen since the rise of the middle classes. Wealthy people used nannies and the poor mothers had to work to feed their children. It could be argued, and has been by psychologists, that the rise of the middle class soccer mom, helicopter parents and took much close management of children has caused them to have problems with emotional regulation. Those children spending too much time with mum or another 'parental' figure looks to the parent as an emotional regulator. Children learn emotional regulation from independence and socialisation with other children. Years ago children went out to play and it was not micromanaged by parents but nowadays 'play dates' are carefully controlled and children have been taught to be afraid to go outside. You are right about birth being a traumatic experience and they intend it to be that way. I have come across something interesting about narcissists and after reading your comment it reminded me. I am finding a pattern that the people who are more aware of what is going on have gone through a period of time where they suddenly realise what narcissism is and they are 'surrounded' by them. This is usually followed by realising how many they have known in their lives and a going no contact with those they currently know followed by a realisation of how pervasive narcissists are at all levels of society including organisations and governments. I think the prison world vs learning lessons can be explained by the fact that we 'divine sparks', as Icke puts it, tend to be happy, optimistic and loving beings. We are completely different to the beings of narcissistic natures. Because of this we tend to look for the positives in a situation, even if that situation is terrible. So we interpret the 'lemons' of a prison world as a way to make lemonade. It doesn't mean that was the intention of the maker of that world, it's just our perspective. Therefore this world can be a prison, but you could feel you are learning lessons here because you're being positive, but the prison doesn't want you to learn anything it just wants you to stay a prisoner. It's like living with narcissists. Narcissists aren't trying to make you a better person, they just want to destroy you. But you learn lessons from seeing them for what they are, once you know this you don't stay around in the hope of more 'lessons,' you get your arse out of there.
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  21. I run a nas drive and can access that from anywhere. I leave a PC on all the time and can access it via Google remote. Basically I can use my full network at home over a mobile phone. Easy to set it all up.
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  22. The banks have been assholes for a long while even before convid. I went to B&M stores during there lockdown and it was a joy,no -one gave a fuck what you were doing, I called it my spiritual home still go sometimes.
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  23. Christian Socialists started "The New Age" magazine, later developed by Fabian Socialists and Theosophists. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Age Some link the Kabbalah to the origins of computers https://we-make-money-not-art.com/dataghost-2-the-kabbalistic-computational-machine/
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  24. so people acting like magpies that want the latest shiny gadget is one factor but what concerns me is that the concept of the technocracy creates a kind of punishment and reward system which essentially coerces people into certain choices for example if they make all currency digital and 'programmable' then they can block you from buying something at the point of purchase. So lets say you go to buy some beef and a bottle of raw, organic milk and the AI simply refuses the transaction If they then assign everyone a 'social credit score' based on whatever criteria they wish for example CO2 allowance or social media use and compliance with government dictats then those that tow the line may be given access to the goodies whilst the dissenters might be shut out by having low social credit scores. So even though they don't force you at the point of a bayonet they can essentially strangle you out of goods and services whilst rewarding the mindless drones who unquestioningly comply so for example in the covid era they could have given huge social credit scores for those that got jabs whilst giving low scores for not getting the jabs. Suddenly the jabbed would find themselves unable to use public transport, get bank loans, go into cafes or pubs or shops, access healthcare etc etc its a total control system
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  25. It has to do with quality of life, mostly with stress. When someone is under stress, human or an animal, the body literally poisons itself. Now imagine a "factory farmed" animal, 24h in a cage, "cared" for humans who don't give a shit about it. It literally hasn't had a single moment of joy in it's life. Not to mention how and what it eat. Than it gets slaughtered and sent to us to eat. Now compare it to animals who live on smalls farms. They have friends, they have humans that care for them, they spend time in the sun, etc. The only stress they feel is at the moment of slaughter. Those two types of meat can not be compared. I remember my late grandma, she always had animals, chickens, turkeys, pigs, sheep, goats. She cared for every single one of them, she spoke to them, they were her friends. And when the times comes for them to get slaughtered, she did it with tears flowing down her cheeks.
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  26. Good point. They did a similar thing with ULEZ and all the small working class businesses they destroyed in London. Waitrose and the John Lewis Partnership have gone ultra woke, they’re publishing employee newsletters advising breast binding for their workers kids. They’re doing a similar thing to what you mentioned but in reverse and applicable to employees- They’re making redundant their older, more working class employees and employing younger people who’ll go along with the woke agenda, but paying them a pittance. Security usually are foreign and give me problems if I go there. Morrisons are a uk state/US military backed and US hedge fund owned supermarket, I always get problems from foreign security if I go there, and I’d advise boycotting them. Co-Op used to be woke but have reigned it in in favour of a more normal approach, and Tescos are same old same old, owned by Booker, no real problems there. I heard a few years ago Sainsburys put in place an entirely new surveillance system and structure, unlike any other supermarket, it sounded quite nefarious. At the same time my dad kept dropping hints that I should start shopping there. I started to get the picture…..
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  27. Don't forget: From George Orwell's book "1984" "The mind should develop a blind spot whenever a dangerous thought presented itself. The process should be automatic, instinctive. Crimestop, they called it in Newspeak. . . . He set to work to exercise himself in crimestop. He presented himself with propositions—'the Party says the Earth is flat', 'the Party says that ice is heavier than water'—and trained himself in not seeing or not understanding the arguments that contradicted them." "Crimestop means the faculty of stopping short, as though by instinct, at the threshold of any dangerous thought. It includes the power of not grasping analogies, of failing to perceive logical errors, of misunderstanding the simplest arguments if they are inimical to Ingsoc, and of being bored or repelled by any train of thought which is capable of leading in a heretical direction. Crimestop, in short, means protective stupidity." Also see: Zersetzung "Zersetzung (pronounced [t͡sɛɐ̯ˈzɛt͡sʊŋ] ⓘ, German for "decomposition" and "disruption") was a psychological warfare technique used by the Ministry for State Security (Stasi) to repress political opponents in East Germany during the 1970s and 1980s. Zersetzung served to combat alleged and actual dissidents through covert means, using secret methods of abusive control and psychological manipulation to prevent anti-government activities. People were commonly targeted on a pre-emptive and preventive basis, to limit or stop activities of dissent that they may have gone on to perform, and not on the basis of crimes they had actually committed. Zersetzung methods were designed to break down, undermine, and paralyze people behind "a facade of social normality"[1] in a form of "silent repression". "... a method of operation by the Ministry for State Security for an efficacious struggle against subversive activities, particularly in the treatment of operations. With Zersetzung one can influence hostile and negative individuals across different operational political activities, especially the hostile and negative aspects of their dispositions and beliefs, so these are abandoned and changed little by little, and, if applicable, the contradictions and differences between the hostile and negative forces would be laid open, exploited, and reinforced. The goal of Zersetzung is the fragmentation, paralysis, disorganization, and isolation of the hostile and negative forces, in order to preventatively impede the hostile and negative activities, to largely restrict, or to totally avert them, and if applicable to prepare the ground for a political and ideological reestablishment. Zersetzung is equally an immediate constitutive element of "operational procedures" and other preventive activities to impede hostile gatherings. The principal force employed to implement Zersetzung are the unofficial collaborators. Zersetzung presupposes information and significant proof of hostile activities planned, prepared, and accomplished as well as anchor points corresponding to measures of Zersetzung. Zersetzung must be produced on the basis of a root cause analysis of the facts and the exact definition of a concrete goal. Zersetzung must be executed in a uniform and supervised manner; its results must be documented. The political explosive force of Zersetzung heightens demands regarding the maintenance of secrecy. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zersetzung Of course wikipedia would like us to believe they don't do that anymore, after all, look! it's published right there!...if they were still doing it it would still be a "secret!"...yeah, right, sure... ps; "Germ Theory" is a big$$$$$$$$ pseudo-scientific Rockefeller scam. Table Of Iatrogenic Deaths In The United States (Deaths induced inadvertently by a physician or surgeon or by medical treatment or diagnostic procedures) Condition Deaths Cost Billion $s Author Adverse Drug Reactions 106,000 12 Lazarou (1) Suh (49) Medical error 98,000 2 IOM (6) Bedsores 115,000 55 Xakellis (7)Barczak (8) Infection 88,000 5 Weinstein (9)MMWR (10) Malnutrition 108,800 — Nurses Coalition (11) Outpatients 199,000 77 Starfield (12)Weingart (1, 12) Unnecessary Procedures 37,136 122 HCUP(3, 13) Surgery-Related 32,000 9 AHRQ(8,5) TOTAL 783,936 282 We could have an even higher death rate by using Dr. Lucien Leape's 1997 medical and drug error rate of 3 million. (14) Multiplied by the fatality rate of 14% (that Leape used in 1994 (16) we arrive at an annual death rate of 420,000 for drug errors and medical errors combined. If we put this number in place of Lazorou's 106,000 drug errors and the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) 98,000 medical errors, we could add another 216,000 deaths making a total of 999,936 deaths annually. ADR/med error 420,000 $200 billion Leape 1997(14) TOTAL 999,936 Annual Unnecessary Medical Events Unnecessary Events People Affected (Millions) Iatrogenic Events (Millions) Hospitalization 8.9 (4) 1.78 (16) Procedures 7.5 (3) 1.3 (40) TOTAL 16.4 3.08 The enumerating of unnecessary medical events is very important in our analysis. Any medical procedure that is invasive and not necessary must be considered as part of the larger iatrogenic picture. Unfortunately, cause and effect go unmonitored. The figures on unnecessary events represent people ("patients") who are thrust into a dangerous health care system. They are helpless victims. Each one of these 16.4 million lives is being affected in a way that could have a fatal consequence. Simply entering a hospital could result in the following (out of 16. 4 million people): 2.1% chance of a serious adverse drug reaction (186,000) (1) 5% to 6% chance of acquiring a nosocomial [hospital] infection (489,500) (9) 4% to 36% chance of having an iatrogenic injury in hospital (medical error and adverse drug reactions) (1.78 million) (16) 17% chance of a procedure error (1.3 million) (40) All the statistics above represent a one-year time span. Imagine the numbers over a 10-year period. Working with the most conservative figures from our statistics we project the following 10-year death rates. Medical Intervention Projected Ten-Year Death Rates Condition 10-Year Deaths Adverse Drug Reaction 1.06 million Medical error 0.98 million Bedsores 1.15 million Nosocomial Infection 0.88 million Malnutrition 1.09 million Outpatients 1.99 million Unnecessary Procedures 371,360 Surgery-related 320,000 TOTAL 7,841,360 (7.8 million) Our projected statistic of 7.8 million iatrogenic deaths is more than all the casualties from wars that America has fought in its entire history. Our projected figures for unnecessary medical events occurring over a 10-year period are also dramatic. Unnecessary Intervention Projected Ten-Year Statistics Unnecessary Events 10-Year Number Iatrogenic Events Hospitalization 89 million 17 million Procedures 75 million 13 million TOTAL 164 million 30 million These projected figures show that a total of 164 million people, approximately 56% of the population of the United States, have been treated unnecessarily by the medical industry — in other words, nearly 50,000 people per day. http://www.ourcivilisation.com/medicine/usamed/deaths.htm
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  28. in his 'histories' herodotus writes that there was a tribe who just ate meat and milk and they all lived over a 100 whilst the neighbouring people who ate grain didn't live as long. I also read a book about a family stranded at sea after their ship was sunk by an orca and they lived on a raft and dinghy on turtle meat and turtle blood and at the end of their ordeal their teeth were all in perfect condition. Perhaps the hunter-gatherer diet is the best especially as everything is then eaten fresh. What can we do? We can only do our best but its certainly interesting that the cabal are trying to get rid of cow farming which would deprive us of meat and milk and that they want to get us all to stop eating meat. Do they ever do anything because it is good for us?
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  29. From what you've said I think you really should read The Trap and The Dream. Have you read those Icke books? AI is non 'physical'. It really should.be called AC (artificial consciousness). Icke takes it a step further explaining the difference between AI and an unaware AI that could become aware. It's best if you read The Dream for more on that.
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  30. Absolutely. I agree the news is toxic in the extreme. And yes, you're right about being careful when using 'alternative' news sources, especially as most are just part of the system now. We have to realise we have the ultimate responsibility and power over this manifestation. That is why the system puts so much effort into influencing and tricking us, because it cannot do it without us and our agreement.
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  31. Yes. Shifting your mind on to more positive things, or just simply not engaging with the system programming, from a news point of view, works wonders. Video in particular has so many embedded hypnotic commands I simply will not watch it. I do skim news from alternative sources, but I read it so I can remain in control of any information I absorb and do not let it seep into my subconscious. What most still don't realise, or maybe, don't want to accept, is that we manifest everything. Therefore your belief system is of paramount importance. We need to pay attention and stop walking around in the dream created for us simply for control.
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  32. I'll come back to the rest of what you said later, but just to elaborate on the 'system' as I am using that word. It is the entirety of the AI (not to be confused with the fake 'physical' AI at a human experience of it in this 'world') that encompasses our so called 3D and astral experience. It is the program running the simulation of human existence in and out of the 'body' in the 3D and astral. The astral is what most people refer to as the subconscious or unconscious state. You can make yourself conscious in subconscious or unconscious states but most people 'black out' 'fall asleep' between 4-8 Hz (Theta down to Delta brainwaves) and they have no or few memories of it.
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  33. All of that is true. For those of school age going through that it was extremely traumatic, but to some extent it backfired in the system as many children and their parents realised what a scam the education system is. That it is designed only to control and condition children. It showed many parents they are better at actually teaching and encouraging other children to learn, and it gave a lot of children self confidence in self teaching and learning, many also helping siblings. The 'pandemic' was a nightmare (dream state trauma) in more than one sense of the word, for most people. It was created to manifest here the way it did. I know it might sound weird but many of us who are familiar with so called out of body, Astral 'travelling' saw it coming. Being able to prepare for it made the practical aspects a bit easier but you could feel the pressure from everything and everyone around. On a 'subconscious' level people fought its manifestation 100%. The system had a lot worse planned. The 'divine sparks' as Icke would say, did amazingly well under terrible conditions. It also had the upside that people realised how going to work is all about slavery. That most jobs are not needed and are designed just to keep you from thinking or doing anything else. People realised the only jobs that matter are those that produce things and help to sustain life. People started to appreciate that more. For example it made people think what if instead of propping up the 'financial markets' with useless office work wouldn't it be better if we put more energy into food production, especially on a local scale. Spending more time with family and friends, teaching our children and realising what and who are important to us. Inadvertently the 'pandemic' has made people.more resilient. The system didn't want that. The system saw the reaction of a growing sense of empathy and they tried to hijack it with fake 'community' on social media and celebs, but most saw through that bs. The system has been pushing narcissism for years now, in preparation for the 'pandemic', but that just made non narcissists more determined not to allow it to control them. Even the system's attempts to isolate us failed. People couldn't wait to socialise again. And even after they nearly shut down the movie industry one of biggest grossing movies, Top Gun Maverick, was universally enjoyed and got people back into cinemas and SOCIALISING. People refused to accept the system's 'new normal' and the whole 'pandemic' has actually revealed a lot the system wanted hidden. I understand why people might feel angry about the 'pandemic' but they have to let go of that or it will destroy them and give the system what it wants. They need to focus their energy somewhere else because you get what you focus on.
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  34. That's truly inspiring! I agree, writing is very important in this. I hope many people read your comment as it is full of the truth of how people can free themselves from their pain, suffering and fear, and that they have all they need to do it within themselves! Your point about letting go of fear is crucial. You're right about the deeper more meaningful conversations and connections. I feel I've made many positive changes over the years (and am also continually learning). Your comment has given me the inspiration to approach those areas that maybe need more attention. After reading your comments I was, and am, reflecting on this.
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  35. On the subject of fear and anger, those who have been through this im their past, can see more clearly that covid was absolutely designed as a psychological experiment:- Create fear of death/ physically separate people from each other/ creates anger or loneliness as response. A perfect feedback loop. Anyone with even a few lurking issues going through the above will have the related emotions amplified, thereby, keeping the fear and anger present. All you have to look at for proof is read the covid thread here. Its full of people needing to vent anger 3 YEARS after the event and is particularly prevalent in the younger members. No judgement, just an observation from watching and listening.
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  36. Thanks for your kind words. I do appreciate knowing if I helped anyone. Frankly, my experiences on the path of enlightenment have been amazing. I too write it all down, it helps me join the dots for my own purpose. I have 3 books now... Some incredible things have happened. The people I have around me now are fantastic. Getting out of the UK released me from all prior obligations and expectations. VERY freeing. I can say without a shadow of doubt, letting go of fear is THE most important thing. Great things happen when you crack open that particular nut! I am much calmer now and let things go easily. One of the greatest things is the ability to have deep meaningful conversations which I never really did before. Its just so interesting and I'm learning all the time. I have zero regrets.
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  37. I should explain, the "not" is meant to be there. A part of why people feel 'loneliness' is because they remember, but only subconsciously, that their 'real' existence is not here. But because they don't know why they feel a sense of loss, despair and isolation they interpret it as loneliness, this appears logical only because it is also conditioned into them to be in conflict while trapped here. The whole system is set up to traumatise you on every level, and between 'lives' here you also get traumatised, and in the astral while 'asleep'. Fundamentally it's the trauma that keeps your memory damaged and under the control of the system. It also preps you to be in a startle response from birth and prone to fight or flight. It is for those reasons that babies cry even after their physical needs of food, changing etc. are taken care of. They have not lost their memories fully at that time, and it explains why It varies from child to child. It is also what is responsible for the so called 'childhood amnesia' that occurs in just about everyone before the age of 3 years of age. Childhood is designed by the system to be as traumatic as possible and to condition you in various ways to keep you coming back here.
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  38. You're right that it is much more difficult, psychologically painful and harmful for children to have to experience situations that stimulate anger. And like you said, at a very young age they haven't the knowledge to cope. Then if you add to that the fact of unsupportive adults, bodily and other changes it is non stop stress and a tendency to fight or flight responses. As you've seen yourself when you become an adult it is a long healing process and takes a lot of self reflection and changes. Even then, as you have noted, you still need to be aware of when stress can stimulate anger responses learned early in life. It's about self knowing, what is right for you at any moment and the right coping mechanisms. The rapid brain development in children makes it extremely difficult for them to handle anger, and this is especially damaging before 6-7 years of age or between the onset of puberty and 16-17 years old. As the brain is very sensitive to change and mutable in form and function it usually takes 2-5 years for structural and functional changes to become 'healed' in adults. Anger is very destructive, whether expressed outwardly or inwardly, it is always best to try and handle it rather than react to it, not easy but it is worth it. Anger, like our other emotions, should not be eliminated, but it should be understood, reflected on and handled by self responsibility, integrity and self respect. Anger is a sign that something is wrong, but we can always figure it out if we give ourselves time, compassion and love to do so. On a side note, you mentioned loneliness, I think loneliness is a symptom not a condition. It is because in this world people are conditioned to fight each other (dog eat dog) and to compete for resources (which are artificially restricted to force conflicts in the population). We have a deep rooted subconscious memory of not being trapped in this world and that makes people feel sad and isolated here, therefore that leads to loneliness. On a conscious level from the world we are forced to be in conflict with and a subconscious feeling that 'cannot be explained' consciously, both of those leading to feelings of loneliness for people. In truth there is no loneliness.
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  39. Your letting go of fear probably made a real difference in you being able to progress through those 'upgrades'. Thanks for sharing that, especially as it is so personal, it helps bring others to the realisation that they can be more than just the drone the system pushes on them. I know what this might sound like like, but I'm going to say it anyway. I could read the joy from your words! I, and others I know, have experienced similar and it is great to hear your experience. I agree there is a lot of repeated material in David Icke's books. I suppose it is his style and the way he builds a 'joining the dots' narrative while bringing new readers into the vast complicated information he has gathered over the decades, but for those who have read a lot of his books it can seem like going over it again. Of course it does help those who need in context references to his other books. Despite this I highly recommend The Trap and The Dream, they are the least repetitive books of his so far and they have a lot of relevant new material worth knowing. The Trap explains a lot of what is behind 'paranormal' experiences and synchronicity. It also shows how deeply people can be manipulated on so many levels. As you don't like the repetition I suggest you try listening to the Audible version (available at around £7.99 at Audible) as you can skip parts if you want. Reading reviews for the audio edition a lot of people mention doing household chores, or driving, while listening to it, so even if there is some repetition you won't feel like you've wasted your time on those parts. The Trap is also mostly autobiography and so is less about the material in his earlier books. There are some fascinating experiences in The Trap that I think you would find interesting. The Dream builds on The Trap and probably has a bit more repetition than The Trap, but as it brings Icke's work up to date and into the present context it is very much worth a read or listen. On a side note David Icke reads the audio editions and he is a great reader.
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  40. No I've not read it, just seen him talking about the basics. I've read a few of his other books and I find them repetitive. At least a third of every book is repeated info. I like Icke, but his path through this is not my path. Over the last year I've had what i call "upgrades" to my system. I get a series of events which culminate in a new "talent". The talents give me a way to help people with understanding their own issues or allow me to feel things more deeply thereby gaining deeper understanding for myself and them. It usually goes something like this: loud ringing in my left ear followed by headache for up to 2 days, followed by a dream showing me something, which leads to a new understanding. Then I will get a new talent such as being able to feel an energy of a person or place. ( I get a kind of emotional hit in my heart zone when I speak a truth, or if I feel a deep emotional energy in the air) Its weird, but fascinating to observe the changes. I document everything I've been through so I can look back and witness my own progression. I'm also seeing a lot of light changes in the planet. I feel like I'm constantly evolving, which I like Most people spend their entire like running on "fear fuel" and don't even realise it. Letting it go is amazing. It brings peace and calmness.
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  41. Anger and rage have been normalised by entertainment. Obviously computer games but people overlook TV and movies and even porn have normalised anger and rage. It's not a recent phenomenon, there were black and white gangster movies and cowboy movies pushing violence and anger back in the 1930s onwards. It's just increased since then. They added serial killers, then revenge flicks popularised in the 1970s onwards. Fight Club and Reservoir Dogs into the 1990s and the extreme violence of TV and film since then. Nowadays people are massively addicted to 'True Crime' and they like to watch violence while feeling angry but superior at the same time. Then look at the increase in violent deaths in the population, all caused by anger. In recent years, especially through the internet, the 24 hour news cycle keeps people hyped up on anger and of course social media. YT videos are full of people to get angry at and Tik Tok etc. That is why I was comparing it to addiction. People are addicted to anger and they put it on a self righteous pedestal to glorify it, which is why some people incorrectly say they feel a "right" to be angry. You cannot communicate with an angry person. Those pushing a more angry population know what they are doing. They don't want people to communicate, they want isolation and despair. A note on Icke here, he focuses a lot on the feeding of fear in this world, which is true, but not a lot of attention is given to the damaging effects of anger, including feeding bad energy. In the body it can shorten your lifespan and damage the heart, kidneys, liver and brain activity. Here is some information on the damage anger does to the brain. "Anger is killing your brain cells. It has to do with the overload on your brain of the stress hormone cortisol. When Anger Gets in Your Body Anger triggers a release of cortisol, and one of the results of cortisol is an increase in the uptake of calcium ions through the cell membranes of your neurons (aka brain cells). This increased uptake of calcium ions causes your nerve cells to fire too frequently and can lead to their deaths. Too much cortisol over time leads to a loss of neurons in the areas of your brain called your prefrontal cortex and your hippocampus. The prefrontal cortex is a part of your brain, and it’s located in the area of your forehead. It has a variety of complex functions, including planning, and it contributes to personality development. Why does it matter if these areas shrink? When healthy functioning of the prefrontal cortex is diminished, it inhibits using your best judgment. Can you relate to that? After the anger settles, you wonder why you did or said something. It seemed justified at the time, but in hindsight, you see it was excessive. In the hippocampus, neuron death from cortisol weakens short term memory. This is why it’s hard to remember all the details of a traumatic event or a fit of anger. Then there’s serotonin, our happy hormone. Cortisol decreases serotonin, and decreased serotonin makes you feel anger and pain more strongly. It leads to depression. Thus the cycle continues.". Anger is killing your brain cells
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  42. Yes. Completely agree with you here on this. There is also a lot of hidden anger. Entertainment has contributed massively to how folks react, they are programed like Pavlovs dog.
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  43. Interesting what you said about "jerks". Because while there will always be a certain percentage of "jerks" in this realm there are a lot more who were brought up by parents who were narcissists and the type of people who shout at their children "you're making me angry", which then tells the child that "as parents are 'made' angry by others so must I", then they grow up to lack self control and end up "jerks" who push and provoke because when they feel an inner sense of anger (for whatever reason) instead of self reflection they turn it to the first thing, or person, who "made" them angry. So your argument about "jerks" is actually an argument in favour of not blaming others for making you feel a certain way. If "jerks" didn't blame others for "making" them angry or feel they have a "right" to get angry they wouldn't be "jerks". Have you ever been in an argument with a person who insists you "made" their anger? That you are still "making" them angry, while they use this to get more angry, and it is all your fault? Can you reason with that person? No. Because usually they base their anger on what they imagined you were thinking or feeling or they misunderstood something or whatever it is. But the problem is as they believe you are causing their anger they are waiting for you to do something to stop their anger, which is impossible as they are the only person in control of their anger. An analogy is you are in a car with someone who is speeding. They are driving but they blame you for their speeding. You cannot stop them speeding and as they believe you are responsible for their speeding they would rather crash the car than put on the brakes (as putting on the brakes means admitting they are in control of the car). I'm not saying that a person can never have done something wrong to another that needs to be addressed, of course there are times when that happens, but instead of anger you should use communication. Anger won't solve anything, especially in personal relationships. Anger within you is a sign that something IN YOU is wrong. It is like pain. If your body feels pain it is telling you something needs your attention, anger is similar, it is showing you there is an issue to be resolved between you and another person. So resolve that issue with communication. Sometimes that means silence, silence is a form of communication, or just walking away. But violence, shouting, screaming and verbal abuse only make things worse. And venting anger at another is a form of abuse. If you find yourself shouting and screaming at someone, or feeling you want to, then you should have resolved the problem before it got that bad. Anger is a sign you fear loss of control. Anger is forcing a fight or flight response on yourself. Nowadays there are increasing numbers of people not taking responsibility for their own emotions. They have been brought up to think that way, so what do we see? Epidemics of anxiety, depression, anger, loneliness and people blaming everything outside of themselves for it while they actually inflict it on themselves. It's not cowardice to ensure your own safety however you need to do so. It is important to remember that when someone puts you into a violent situation with them you have not agreed to do so and you have no obligation to "live up to" any expectation they or others might have.
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  44. this picture broke the internet lately...like the gold and blue dress years ago the woman said she took a picture in her wedding dress infront of mirrors and it was not manipulated - but look
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