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  1. 26 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

    Hi, probably a good thing, but connecting to the forum just now, I was challenged for being a BOT and asked to do a Catcha.


    A minor inconvenience, and actually I will admit that I am on vacation in north Africa, though also using a VPN and encrypted DNS to avoid being spoofed or tracked.


    So well done on the security front. The Truth must be protected !

    I got that in Spain recently too.


    From The Defender




    Does Bill Gates Have a ‘Great Reset’ Plan to Privatize Global Food System?

    Viewed from the perspective of The Great Reset, it appears Bill Gates may be engaged in the same kind of wealth-shift scheme as BlackRock and other investment groups that are buying up single-family homes and turning them into rentals.


    In early June, the government of The Netherlands announced it would cut the size of livestock herds in the country by 30% to meet European Union nitrogen and ammonia pollution rules.

    According to Thierry Baudet, Dutch Parliament member, the government is following the script of The Great Reset, which requires weakening the country, making it more dependent on food imports, and diluting nationalism by taking in more immigrants. To make room for immigrant housing, they need to take land from the farmers.

    The newly assigned Minister for Nature and Nitrogen Policy, Christianne van der Wal-Zeggelink, is married to Piet van der Wal, who together with his brother are heavily invested in the major online grocery retailer Picnic. In September 2021, Bill Gates invested an estimated half-billion dollars into Picnic, thereby becoming one of its lead investors. Gates’ involvement has raised questions about government corruption.

    At the same time, the Dutch government is preparing to radically restrict livestock farming and meat production, Gates is gobbling up farmland back home. Despite land prices being at a record high, Gates purchased a 2,100-acre potato farm in North Dakota in June, bringing the total land share held by the Gates’ Red River Trust above 270,000 acres.

    Gates claims he intends to lease the farmland to farmers. Viewed from the perspective of The Great Reset, it would then appear Gates may be engaged in the same kind of wealth-shift scheme as BlackRock and other investment groups that are buying up single-family homes and turning them into rentals. The end goal is to eliminate all private ownership and turn the population into serfs.

    In early June, the government of The Netherlands announced it would cut the size of livestock herds in the country by 30% to meet European Union nitrogen and ammonia pollution rules.

    As a result of this “green” policy, many farmers will be driven out of business and they have gathered in protest across the country.

    This is important because many may not realize that even though The Netherlands is a small country, it’s the second-largest exporter of agriculture in the world, after the United States.

    As with current energy shortages, the forced reductions in farming and food production are said to be an “unavoidable” part of the Green Agenda to improve air, soil and water quality.

    In a public statement about the new emissions targets, the Dutch government even admitted that “the honest message… is that not all farmers can continue their business.”

    Those who do continue will have to come up with creative solutions to meet the new emissions restrictions.

    A clear case of corruption?

    The restrictions on nitrogen for livestock farmers have befuddled many.

    Why would government restrict farming at a time when food shortages and famine loom on the horizon worldwide (see video below)? Some claim to have discovered conflicts of interest within the Dutch government that can help explain this irrational move.

    The newly assigned Minister for Nature and Nitrogen Policy (who created the nitrogen regulations and is responsible for overseeing the cuts to farming), Christianne van der Wal-Zeggelink, is married to Piet van der Wal, who together with his brother, Bouke van der Wal, own a massive supermarket chain called Boni.

    As noted by The Conservative Treehouse:

    “When Dutch farmers sell product to Boni they are directly funding the wealth of the government minister who seeks to destroy their livelihoods.”

    The van der Wal family is also heavily invested in a major online grocery retailer called Picnic. Picnic buys food at wholesale prices directly from Boni, which minimizes its operational costs. Picnic basically functions as a home delivery service for Boni.

    In September 2021, Bill Gates entered the Dutch enterprise. He invested an estimated half-billion dollars into Picnic, thereby becoming one of its lead investors. Not surprisingly, Picnic focuses on selling the fake “food” that Gates is invested in and promotes, imitation beef in particular.

    Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Hollywood actors, venture capitalists — they’re all pushing lab-grown meat as solution to world hunger + sustainability, but scientists last week told a panel of experts they have serious concerns about the product’s safety.

    Michiel Muller, the CEO of Picnic, a Dutch climate change activist, has also publicly vowed to “change the entire food system” to be in line with sustainable goals, which falls right in line with Gates’ agenda.

    The strong recommendation to replace beef with fake meat was made in Gates’ book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need,” released in February 2021.

    In an interview with MIT Technology Review, he also suggested that people could learn to like fake meat and, if resistance continues, regulations may be needed to force the switch.

    According to The Countersignal:

    “Many participating in the ongoing farmers’ protests in Holland have openly stated they believe Gates may be partly responsible for pushing additional climate laws.”

    Curiously, on July 10 a large Picnic delivery facility in Almelo, Holland, burned to the ground under mysterious circumstances.

    Why get rid of farmers amid rising food insecurity?

    The attempt to rid The Netherlands of livestock farmers really only makes sense if seen from the globalists’ point of view, with an eye on The Great Reset, the Green New Deal, Agenda 2030 and related Sustainable Development Goals.

    Indeed, according to Dutch Parliament member Thierry Baudet (video below), that’s really what the nitrogen restrictions are all about. The Dutch government is following the script of The Great Reset, he says, which requires weakening the country, making it less independent and more dependent on food imports.

    The Great Reset script also calls for diluting nationalism and weakening borders by taking in more immigrants, and to make room for immigrant housing, they need to take land from the farmers.

    So, the new nitrogen rules are basically a precursor to a land grab. They intend to put farmers out of business so they can take their land and stack it full of low-income, government-assistance apartment buildings.

    Aside from that, farmers also pose a threat to the technocratic elitists because they don’t need to rely on the government for basics such as food and shelter, and they can allow those who buy their food to maintain their independence as well.

    The globalists’ plan is to eliminate access to as much real food as possible and replace natural foods with patented foodstuffs so that the population becomes entirely dependent on them for survival.

    At that point, they are easily controlled. Eliminating independent food producers — farmers — is therefore a key to the globalist cabal’s eventual success.

    Gates gobbles up farmland while pushing fake foods

    At the same time the Dutch government is preparing to radically restrict livestock farming and meat production — likely with Gates’ blessing, if not due to his influence — Gates is gobbling up farmland back home (video below).

    Despite land prices being at a record-high, Gates purchased a 2,100-acre potato farm in North Dakota in June, bringing the total land share held by the Gates’ Red River Trust above 270,000 acres — up from about 242,000 acres in mid-September 2021.

    Credit: AgWeb

    The above map, from AgWeb, shows the distribution of his land holdings prior to his North Dakota acquisition. As you can see, the vast majority is farmland.

    Gates plan: Turn farmers into modern serfs

    However, as reported by AgWeb at the end of June, Gates didn’t get a warm welcome:

    “North Dakota hosts ‘corporate farming laws’ that barres [sic] corporations and limited liability companies from owning and leasing farms and ranches. With the Gates’s new $13.5 million farmland purchase, North Dakotans — including the attorney general — are concerned the sale violates the state’s law. The North Dakota attorney general’s office sent a letter to the Red River Trust on Tuesday, alerting the trustee of the North Dakota land law.

    “‘Our office needs to confirm how your company uses this land and whether this use meets any of the statutory exceptions, such as the business purpose exception,’ wrote Drew Wrigley, North Dakota attorney general.”

    MoneyWise followed up on the story, reporting that by July 5, Gates had secured legal approval for his farm purchase — a decision that has raised the ire of many North Dakotans who don’t believe Gates has good intentions.

    According to MoneyWise:

    “The anti-corporate farming law does allow individual trusts to own farmland if it is leased to farmers — and that’s what Gates’ firm plans to do.”

    Viewed from the perspective of The Great Reset, it appears Gates may be engaged in the same kind of subversive wealth-shift scheme as BlackRock and other investment groups that are buying up single-family homes.

    They buy them, often sight-unseen and at above-market prices, with the intent of turning them into rentals. This too is part and parcel of The Great Reset and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

    The intent is to eliminate all private ownership and turn the population into modern serfs. “Serf” is a term that describes people who are required to work for the “lord” who owns the land they live on, or who are otherwise underpaid, overworked or exploited in some way.

    That’ll be all of us, one day, if the world doesn’t wake up and refuse to go along with the globalist cabal’s Great Reset plans. The plight of the Dutch farmers is just the beginning.

    Originally published by Mercola.

    The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Children's Health Defense.



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  3. 1 minute ago, Tinfoil Hat said:


    It's the in thing, don't you know.

    It's interesting though as I heard some people even in the 'truth movement' almost defending these non mRNA options as not gene therapy, as an option if forced to be vaccinated instead of the mRNA pfizer types.   Seems they were wrong ( as we thought,  said, were laughed at, etc)

  4. Anyone picked up on this yet? Adenovirus delivered gene therapy ( same as the ChadOx Oxford vaccine delivery system) and the other non mRnA vaccines. Openly described as GENE THERAPY delivering DNA to permanently alter genes. From the New Scientist but widely reported in the MSM.


    "Gene therapy trial shows early success in people with haemophilia B

    In a small study of 10 people with haemophilia B, nine were still forgoing the condition's standard treatment about two years after receiving a single gene therapy injection

    HEALTH 21 July 2022

    By Jason Arunn Murugesu


    A form of gene therapy has shown initial success in treating a rare form of haemophilia, but whether the treatment will be effective in the long term is unknown.

    Haemophilia B is a rare genetic condition that prevents blood from clotting effectively, sometimes causing life-threatening bleeds. It occurs due to a genetic mutation in the X chromosome that leaves people unable to produce sufficient levels of the protein factor IX, which is crucial for blood clotting.

    It is currently treated by regular injections, usually weekly, of laboratory-produced factor IX. Despite this treatment, some people continue to have debilitating joint damage.

    To test the potential of gene therapy to correct this genetic fault, researchers at University College London, the Royal Free Hospital in London and the biotechnology company Freeline Therapeutics infused 10 adult men experiencing haemophilia B with a single dose of a treatment called FLT180a, administered via an adenovirus-associated virus.

    Any form of haemophilia is far more common in males than females as the latter carry two X chromosomes and therefore only experience the condition if both their chromosomes are affected or if one chromosome is missing or non-functioning.

    Twenty-six weeks after the gene therapy was administered, all the participants had increased factor IX levels, which varied according to the gene therapy dose the individual received.

    About two years later, this response was sustained in nine of the 10 participants. At the start of the study, all the men had factor IX levels of 2 per cent or less of what is considered normal. At their last reported check-up, this ranged from 23 per cent to 260 per cent in the nine participants, depending on their gene therapy dose.

    Moreover, the nine participants no longer needed to undergo their previous treatment regimen of factor IX injections.


    “Removing the need for haemophilia patients to regularly inject themselves with the missing protein is an important step in improving their quality of life,” Pratima Chowdary at University College London said in a statement.

    This form of gene therapy uses a packaging from the proteins found in the outer coat of the adenovirus-associated virus to deliver a functional copy of a gene directly to an individual’s tissues, compensating for the gene that isn’t working properly, according to the researchers. Newly synthesised proteins are then released into the blood.

    The participants will be followed for 15 years in total. “The long-term follow-up study will monitor the patients for durability of expression and surveillance for late effects,” said Chowdary.

    Based on the evidence so far into this type of gene therapy, John McVey at the University of Surrey in the UK thinks the participants’ factor IX levels will drop in the long term. In addition, people cannot receive this specific gene therapy with the same type of viral vector more than once.

    “The body might recognise it [the viral vector] as foreign and increase antibody levels, which immediately bind to the virus and neutralise it,” says McVey.

    The therapy also requires participants to regularly take immunosuppressants to ensure their body doesn’t reject FLT180a. Long-term use of immunosuppressants has been linked with an increased infection risk. McVey says it is unclear how long the participants will need to be on immunosuppressants.

    Of the reported adverse events in the study, about 10 per cent were related to the gene therapy and 24 per cent to immunosuppression. A serious blood clot occurred in one of the participants who received a high dose.

    Overall, McVey says the findings are encouraging: “There’s a lot of work to be done but it’s very promising.”

    “There’s a big difference between one injection that cures you for a particular length of time compared to replacement therapy – which is what we use now – that requires injections at least once a week for the whole of their lives,” he says.

    Journal reference: New England Journal of Medicine, DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa2119913



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  5. 11 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:



    The population don't get a say in the "leader" as you pointed out in the first sentence. They vote for a party in a General election and not for one of

    the Zionist puppets.

    All candidates in race to be Tory PM ‘friends of the Jewish community and Israel’


    They can't not be. Look what they did to Corbyn when he tried to stand up for Palestine.

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    It comes from a very ancient democracy, you see..."
    "You mean, it comes from a world of lizards?"
    "No," said Ford, who by this time was a little more rational and coherent than he had been, having finally had the coffee forced down him, "nothing so simple. Nothing anything like so straightforward. On its world, the people are people. The leaders are lizards. The people hate the lizards and the lizards rule the people."
    "Odd," said Arthur, "I thought you said it was a democracy."
    "I did," said Ford. "It is."
    "So," said Arthur, hoping he wasn't sounding ridiculously obtuse, "why don't people get rid of the lizards?"
    "It honestly doesn't occur to them," said Ford. "They've all got the vote, so they all pretty much assume that the government they've voted in more or less approximates to the government they want."
    "You mean they actually vote for the lizards?"
    "Oh yes," said Ford with a shrug, "of course."
    "But," said Arthur, going for the big one again, "why?"
    "Because if they didn't vote for a lizard," said Ford, "the wrong lizard might get in. Got any gin?"
    "I said," said Ford, with an increasing air of urgency creeping into his voice, "have you got any gin?"
    "I'll look. Tell me about the lizards."
    Ford shrugged again.
    "Some people say that the lizards are the best thing that ever happened to them," he said. "They're completely wrong of course, completely and utterly wrong, but someone's got to say it."
    "But that's terrible," said Arthur.
    "Listen, bud," said Ford, "if I had one Altairian dollar for every time I heard one bit of the Universe look at another bit of the Universe and say 'That's terrible' I wouldn't be sitting here like a lemon looking for a gin.

    Douglas Adams, So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, #4)

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  7. 9 hours ago, JCP said:


    It sounds like you're a champion of The Great Reset. It is not even vaguely similar. Renting goods (which I have no idea how to rent food) is using money. Money that they would provide only if you follow their rules (like being vaxxed) and would most likely be a pittance. In an open access economy (RBE) there is no allocation or money. If there is something you desire, you simply order it or go pick it up. If it's available to one, it's available to all. Of course if that item is out of stock you may have to wait until more is produced as is today or in any system. The only reason people hoard is because they fear that good might not be available to them in the future. I could imagine right after a RBE was implemented there might be hoarding for the first few months because of peoples' uncertainty; but once they see that their fears were unjustified, the hoarding would stop.


    I can only assume that when you wrote msny, you meant money. Money is not an incentive to work, it is an obligation to earn. True incentives to work are passion, flair, sharing your expertise and ideas, helping out, meeting people, wanting to learn. Once money is removed from our lives, people will work with these incentives only, and be far happier and more productive as a result. 

    No I'm not in fact your post prompted me to start a thread drilling down the WEF, which I've been meaning to do for a while so thank you. I'm genuinely intrigued with the RBE concept but trying to see how it differs and how it may or may not work.

  8. Klaus Schwab openly talks about humans having brain implants for thoughts to be read and Elon Musk former Young Global Leader for the WEF owns neuralink. There's no coincidence there. 


    Yuval harari the right hand man for Klaus Schwab talking about humans being hackable. Very near future totalitarian regimes lots of 'useless' people.


  9. I'll kick it off with this vision of " you will own nothing and be happy" that after much internet backlash they have removed from their website.


    Copied from Forbes 

    Still plenty of links showing this was endorsed by the WEF.




    Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better

    World Economic Forum



    By Ida Auken


    Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, “our city.” I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.

    It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service. We have access to transportation, accommodation, food and all the things we need in our daily lives. One by one all these things became free, so it ended up not making sense for us to own much.

    First communication became digitized and free to everyone. Then, when clean energy became free, things started to move quickly. Transportation dropped dramatically in price. It made no sense for us to own cars anymore, because we could call a driverless vehicle or a flying car for longer journeys within minutes. We started transporting ourselves in a much more organized and coordinated way when public transport became easier, quicker and more convenient than the car. Now I can hardly believe that we accepted congestion and traffic jams, not to mention the air pollution from combustion engines. What were we thinking?

    Sometimes I use my bike when I go to see some of my friends. I enjoy the exercise and the ride. It kind of gets the soul to come along on the journey. Funny how some things seem never seem to lose their excitement: walking, biking, cooking, drawing and growing plants. It makes perfect sense and reminds us of how our culture emerged out of a close relationship with nature.

    In our city we don’t pay any rent, because someone else is using our free space whenever we do not need it. My living room is used for business meetings when I am not there.

    Once in a while, I will choose to cook for myself. It is easy – the necessary kitchen equipment is delivered at my door within minutes. Since transport became free, we stopped having all those things stuffed into our home. Why keep a pasta-maker and a crepe cooker crammed into our cupboards? We can just order them when we need them.


    This also made the breakthrough of the circular economy easier. When products are turned into services, no one has an interest in things with a short life span. Everything is designed for durability, repairability and recyclability. The materials are flowing more quickly in our economy and can be transformed to new products pretty easily. Environmental problems seem far away, since we only use clean energy and clean production methods. The air is clean, the water is clean and nobody would dare to touch the protected areas of nature because they constitute such value to our well-being. In the cities we have plenty of green space and plants and trees all over. I still do not understand why in the past we filled all free spots in the city with concrete.

    Shopping? I can’t really remember what that is. For most of us, it has been turned into choosing things to use. Sometimes I find this fun, and sometimes I just want the algorithm to do it for me. It knows my taste better than I do by now.

    When AI and robots took over so much of our work, we suddenly had time to eat well, sleep well and spend time with other people. The concept of rush hour makes no sense anymore, since the work that we do can be done at any time. I don’t really know if I would call it work anymore. It is more like thinking-time, creation-time and development-time.

    For a while, everything was turned into entertainment and people did not want to bother themselves with difficult issues. It was only at the last minute that we found out how to use all these new technologies for better purposes than just killing time.

    My biggest concern is all the people who do not live in our city. Those we lost on the way. Those who decided that it became too much, all this technology. Those who felt obsolete and useless when robots and AI took over big parts of our jobs. Those who got upset with the political system and turned against it. They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages.

    Once in a while I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. Nowhere I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me.

    All in all, it is a good life. Much better than the path we were on, where it became so clear that we could not continue with the same model of growth. We had all these terrible things happening: lifestyle diseases, climate change, the refugee crisis, environmental degradation, completely congested cities, water pollution, air pollution, social unrest and unemployment. We lost way too many people before we realized that we could do things differently.

    This blog was written ahead of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils.

    Ida Auken is a Young Global Leader and Member of the World Economic Forum 

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  10. 1 hour ago, JCP said:


    Personally, I would rather have access to everything as apposed to owning only what I could afford. If you don't have much money, it makes life a dismal experience. It also uses a huge amount of resources. Use the example of guitars. It take a great deal of resources to make all the ones that are sold and 90% of them are abandoned and just sit in peoples' attic when people loose interest. In an RBE, you could keep it if you use it or return it if you don't; reducing the amount that are needed to be made.


    This is not the same as the WEF's mantra "You will own nothing and be happy". In their system you will use money thru a digital currency and the reason you will own nothing is because of the pittance you will receive.

    It sounds remarkably similar. The WEF idea was renting goods. We would all get a package based on a lot of criteria including social credit that gave us 'points' to 'spend'. In the RBE system I don't understand how goods are allocated. As people are selfish and do hoard. And without incentive msny don't work. Not everyone I do agree. Our allotment has a lot of sharing and support to whoever needs it.

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  11. 5 hours ago, Green Dragon said:

    Absolutely agree. The’transitional stage’, however is where the magic happens.


    Mitochondrial Eve expresses strongly the need for empathy and heart-based communication. I couldn’t agree more. 

    A group of fifty individuals or families, with heart based, authentic and accurate communication skills, who have a clear intent on giving each other the best life imaginable, working together well will do better in any area of life than the same fifty struggling independently. 

    This is the microcosm of the RBE. It scales up to the whole world, and even scales down to the individual oneself, when describing different aspects of mind and body.


    If a group of even five people decide to start a revolution within themselves as individuals and as a group, work in a heart based way in a way that benefits everyone, that group will have greater abundance and therefore greater ability to expand, communicate with the world, and become ungovernable.


    I am with people working on precisely this now, but of course we want more people involved. 

    This does sound great and what I would certainly want. But time after time these sort of groups evolve into cults. Has that been considered and how is it avoided?


    4 hours ago, JCP said:


    In a RBE, there is no money; therefore there is no debt, barter, trade, liability, pensions, ownership, taxes, credit, etc. What there is, is access. Access to food, shelter, transportation, water, communication, furniture, entertainment, and all products that are available, at no cost. Money and ownership is overrated. We don't need money, we just the things that money buys. With money, you are limited by how much you have. If you don't have enough, you die. In an RBE, there is no rationing. If something is available to one, it's available to all. Money and competition slows our progress because we're always battling each other to get ahead individually, when we could all be working together in synergy in the form of cooperation and the betterment of all. Our present monetary system has us fighting one another, and I think it was designed that way on purpose.  


    I agree that humanity would need empathy, and probably a spiritually developed population. I believe humans are naturally empathetic, but our current system has distorted that quality that drives us to be greedy and self absorbed, and has given us the Wetico mind virus syndrome. Spiritual people believe that we are all one; so whatever affects you, affects me and everyone else. So yes, everyone needs to be nurtured.


    I also agree that there needs to be rules that society instills ..... not an authority. With the advent of the internet, I think there is a way for all people to come together to develop a consensus of what those rules are, and how to enforce them. Also if an RBE were adopted, it would have to be accepted by a vast majority of the people and not forced upon us.


    An RBE is more like communism than anarchy. Anarchy is about the rules that society decides we need instead of an authority dictating them. It is like a political system. An RBE is akin to the economical system and how goods and services are distributed. Understand that true communism has never been instituted in the history of man and the communism that we know today is a perverted form and more resembles a hybrid of capitalism. Remember that the root word of communism is community.   


    You state that most of us aren't sufficiently developed spiritually and morally to cope with such a change, and I understand your concern. The point is that our hand is being forced with the changes that governments are enacting. Examples are The Great Reset, UBI, forced clot-shots, eating bugs, genocide thru poisons, mask wearing, avoiding each other thru social distancing, propaganda, social credit scoring, mass surveillance, gender confusion ...... and I could go on. My point is that it's possible that a move to an anarchic/RBE could instill the spiritual and moral compass in people that is needed and allow us to remember who we really are. Humans are sick with the Wetico mind virus and this move has the ability to heal us. If you have a better alternative, I'd love to hear it. There very well may be one, but this is the best one I've found. As I've stated before, time is short and our hand is being forced. The Great Reset is supposed to be fully implemented by 2030 (I've heard they changed that to 2027). If we don't act ....... the archons will prevail .... and it won't be pretty.


    The other aspect of an RBE that I should have mentioned is the environment. Unlike the rampant destruction of the earth to acquire resources, an RBE takes into account what the implications our actions are to the environment, and attempts to minimize them regardless of the effort required or seek an alternative.  




    So, we will own nothing? And be happy?

  12. On 7/8/2022 at 9:22 PM, Mitochondrial Eve said:

     DI has pointed out that what is needed for the world to change is for people to have empathy which negates any desire to have power over others. I think this is one of the most profound things he has said and I don't see anything changing positively, whichever political structure is adopted, until our collective consciousness has made leaps and bounds into greater personal responsibility and a heart based frame of mind.

    I have felt for a very long time now that it is not power that is wrong with the world but abuse of power. Power in altruistic loving and caring hands can be a good thing. As you point out many humans look to experts and advisors, leaders for their steer. Abdicating responsibilty to another. Really it is an extension of the parent / child relationship many still crave into adulthood.My fear is that over and over humans have shown an inability to evade corruption by power such that inevitably an AI type power  / control system will be introduced. Removing responsibility from the human race completely. They'll probably even call it something crass like 'mother'. 

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  13. On 7/4/2022 at 10:52 PM, Yoyo said:

     They can’t wait for the next wave. It gives them purpose. 


    Exactly this.  There's a collective munchausen's attention seeking to all of it. From the posting of the 2 stripes test,  daily updates ln what sounds like a cold to 'beating covid' like 'kicking cancer's arse'. They're getting a kick out of group worry.  If I see one more " get well soon hun" I'll scream.


    Sorry. Rant over. Where were we? Oh yeah...a new wave of the common cold is coming let's dig a bunker.

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  14. More longer term but regular deep meditation visualising your grown up self walking back to your childhood home. Entering (under your own steam you have permission now, you're an adult). Go to yourself as a child. Hold them. Tell them you've got them, it changes, it won't always be like this. You're looking after them. Also when you as an adult needs help or steering ask your future self. If time really isn't linear then these things help.


    Practising this belief that I have me, I will help me, has really helped over the years.



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  15. Yes all our  vegetables are now our own home grown. Do you compost ? It's almost miraculous what even beginners like us get from garden waste. The allotment is great,  one chap there has had an allotment since he was 15 he is now 87,  on two walking sticks and still has an incredible allotment 3 times the size of ours. He's forgotten more than most ever knew. One unbreakable rule is cattle manure in September for winter mulch. The storing of seeds is something I would like to learn more about. 

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  16. Hmm. Source "The Conversation" but search The Satanic Temple and abortion and it's everywhere. They have claimed abortion is part of a religious ritual.


    "The devil is in the details

    The Satanic Temple raises important questions about what counts as a religion. Opponents of the group argue that abortion is a medical procedure, not a protected religious practice. But The Satanic Temple’s lawyer, Matthew Kezhaya, points to a 2009 case, Barr v. City of Sinton, in which Texas pastor Richard Barr was told the halfway house he operated violated a zoning ordinance.

    The Texas Supreme Court ruled that excluding Barr’s halfway house from the city violated Texas’s RFRA law. Key to this argument was the court’s statement that, “The fact that a halfway house can be secular does not mean that it cannot be religious.” Likewise, Kezhaya argues, abortion can be both secular and religious, depending on context.

    Kezhaya also disagrees that outsourcing the enforcement of abortion to private lawsuits makes the state of Texas immune to judicial review. He compared this situation to “racially restrictive covenants” of the Jim Crow era in which white residents signed legal agreements never to sell or rent their homes to African Americans.

    The Supreme Court initially declined to hear cases challenging these covenants because they were considered private contracts. But in 1948, it ruled that a court enforcing these contracts was a state action that violated the 14th Amendment.

    The Satanic Temple also has an even more creative strategy. The Food and Drug Administration, which controls the distribution of the abortion pills mifepristone and misoprostol, is subject to the federal RFRA law. The Satanic Temple sent a letter to the FDA explaining that its prescription requirements illegally burden their abortion ritual. Currently, these drugs are only available with a doctor’s prescription, and the doctor must adhere to any state restrictions before providing them.

    The Satanic Temple proposed an accommodation in which Satanic women can obtain a doctor’s note indicating only that these medications are safe for them to use, and then receive medication directly from The Satanic Temple rather than a state-approved provider.

    In an interview with me in September 2021, Kezhaya, The Satanic Temple’s lawyer, admitted this was experimental territory. Assuming a court approved this accommodation, it could legally make The Satanic Temple a pharmacy, in addition to a religious entity, because it would be distributing controlled medications"



  17. Allotment diary June 2022 northern hemisphere. Organic.




    Salad crops and pak choi




    Sweetcorn planted in May looks incredible so I went and bought some seedlings to get extra as too late to raise my own , I would not do this normally but this is our first year of sweetcorn and clearly it loves our soil and position.  




    Autumn sown onion sets still growing well harvest soon  Onion seed sown in April are now size of large spring onions. Potatoes growing really well. Cavello nero growing and ready to be picked. Perpetual spinach still cropping daily.  Spring cabbage recovering after a pigeon and rabbit combo tried to decimate it. New broccoli ready in record time. Broad beans superb pods some ready.  Runner beans really struggling and I don't know why. They're normally easy. Looking around the other plots everyone is similar as far as peas and beans go.



    Rosemary, bay leaves,  mint, lemon balm remain excellent.  Wild garlic I am leaving to rest and self seed.  Rhubarb new crown this year doing well. Asparagus bed first year so left dormant no cropping is flopping everywhere.  Other people have built supports so we need to do the same. 






     Spinach cut and come again continues. Fennel bulbs continue although quickly going to seed so this one is at it's end. Can sow again September for an Autumn crop. Courgettes daily from just 4 plants could feed family of 6. Broad beans first pods are beautiful and easy. Covered in blackfly but not affecting the crop. First early pototoes up and out lovely.


    Seed collection 


    Fennel, spinach.






    Hoeing daily.


    Comfrey feed ready. Use watered down for flowers and fruits


    Net cabbage broccoli and cavellero nero to prevent pigeon damage. Reinforce nets where 'Stew' our allotment rabbit entered.





    Don't wash soil off garlic when harvest it needs to dry. Rhubarb is great in lamb dishes think of it as alternative to apricot. Also makes incredible lamb 




    Ladybirds still really thin on ground, everyone reports same. Wonder if the local farmers are using new pesticides.




    Aphids big problem, blackfly everywhere.


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