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RobSS

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  1. I wasn't referring to you, I was referring to a friend of mine who's a presenter for the TV station, City 7 Dubai, who I've known since the 1980's.
  2. You've given no reason to click on the link, other than posting the title. I don't think anyone would deny that there may be homosexuals in secret societies, and that some more radical lodges may engage in sex acts and possibly even orgies, as Stanley Kubrick suggested in his film, "Eyes Wide Shut", but it's not just homosexuals that probably engage in such acts, heterosexuals are likely to do it too, but since you've only focusing on homosexuals. In this thread, you've referred to gay people as "faggots", so it's clear you've an agenda, just as you've an agenda against people with a different colour skin to you. Also in this thread, you stated the UK could become a "brown mess", and in other posts, you've made comments, saying that the UK is, "a brown man's bigamist Kingdom", and that blacks want to murder white people.
  3. A second request for facts. Your extract posed a question, which was answered with supposition, innuendo, and possibly wishful thinking and fantasy. Unless you have facts, which you've staked your reputation on, carry on day dreaming.
  4. Lets smash some plates! EKLAPSA XTES ΓΙΑΝΝΗΣ ΠΟΥΛΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ ΕΚΛΑΨΑ ΧΤΕΣ ΟΙ ΘΑΛΑΣΣΙΕΣ ΟΙ ΧΑΝΤΡΕΣ
  5. 1963 I was born by the river, in a little tent Oh, and just like the river I've been running ever since It's been a long A long time coming But I know a change gonna come Oh, yes it will
  6. Tongue twisters ... Bamba, la bamba, bamba, la bamba Ay, arriba y arriba y arriba iré Tequila, tacos, ........, ..........., pistola, arma, muchachas
  7. I'm moving in the Coleherne With the leather all around me And the sweat is getting steamy But their eyes are on the ground They're just hanging around John Peel session, March 1977
  8. Triangle / pyramid themes....
  9. It's interesting you have a different take to others on the Thomas, I look forward to that. I'll ping you when it's posted.
  10. It's better to believe something that may, or may not be, wrong for the right reasons, than it is to believe some thing that's right, for the wrong reasons.
  11. I have a friend living the UAE, he is having a good time, but his life is very much in a bubble, divorced from the reality of most ordinary citizens there.
  12. Full list of adverse reactions from China's Sinopharm vaccine revealed Difficulty breathing, blurred vision among side effects listed for Sinopharm vaccine... Taiwan News https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4098913 Amid increasing concern about the efficacy and safety of China's Wuhan coronavirus vaccines, the full list of the adverse side effects of the Sinopharm jab surfaced last week. Shanghai-based vaccine expert Tao Lina on Jan. 4 uploaded to Weibo a digital version of the manual for BBIBP-CorV, an inactivated vaccine produced by China National Biotec Group (CNBG), a subsidiary of China National Pharmaceutical Group Corporation (Sinopharm). In his post, he described the vaccine as the "most unsafe vaccine in the world" due to its 73 local and systemic adverse reactions. However, the post was deleted on Jan. 5 by China's censors "due to violation of regulations." [...] Systemic adverse reactions Second, for systemic adverse reactions, it starts by listing headache under very common. For common, it lists fever, fatigue, muscle ache, joint pain, cough, difficulty breathing, nausea, diarrhea, and itchy skin. Under uncommon, it lists dizziness, loss of appetite, vomiting, oropharyngeal pain, difficulty swallowing, runny nose, constipation, and hypersensitivity. For rare, it lists acute allergic reaction, lethargy, drowsiness, difficulty sleeping, sneezing, nasopharyngitis, nasal congestion, dry throat, influenza, hypoesthesia, limb pain, palpitations, stomach ache, rash, skin and mucous membrane abnormalities, acne, eye pain, ear discomfort, and lymphadenopathy. Lastly, under very rare, it lists chills, dysgeusia (distortion of the sense of taste), loss of taste, feeling abnormal, tremors, difficulty paying attention, nose bleeds, asthma, throat irritation, tonsillitis, limb discomfort, neck pain, jaw pain, neck lumps, mouth ulcers, toothache, esophageal disease, gastritis, discoloration of stool, eye pain, blurred vision, eye irritation, vision loss, earache, nervousness, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, urinary incontinence, and delayed menstruation.
  13. You can talk! So you got no facts? No, you don't. Right, got that, thanks.
  14. Says you, in huge, bold letters, who often accuses me of having an ego. You even criticised me once, for a post that was too long, but I think you just said that because you couldn't find any reasonabale argument to counter what I'd written, but I don't use tactics like that, and is the text going to that big and bold in your upcoming book? Obviously a book for children, then. I was interested in looking for facts, in your extract, to back up any claim that the biggest secret, of secret society initiation, is the homosexual act. I know that you're very hot on facts, and that you pride yourself for basing your reality on facts (still trying to work out what those facts are, btw) because, according to you, anything that isn't factual is dreaming, and belongs to the day dreamer, but in your long extract, I couldn't find any facts to back up any such claim. All I could find was supposition, innuendo, and wishful thinking. I don't think you're book is going to be of much use if that's all you've got. Might be good exercise in day dreaming though.
  15. I didn't say, or even think that you were trying to compel anyone to believe your opinion. I was simply replying that there's a lot more behind what went on regarding the creation of secret societies than just human fellowship, and I don't think it was just about homosexual affinities, as there are innumerable heterosexual men who are attracted to these bodies. You're fine to disagree too, or ignore what I've written. Ciao.
  16. It's true that "they" are checking to see if humanity has any of the divine within, and real love, but a few weeks ago, I went to a concert and was delighted to see a demonstration of an abundance of love, creativity and life, and I was told of two other concerts, one in London, the other in Woking that took place a few days ago that was also very well reviewed by friends of mine. There are wonderful things taking place, musically, artistically, and creatively all over the place, if you know were to look. Of course, if you only look at the mainstream media, you won't find much, and that may lead some to think art is dead, but nothing could be further from the truth! If tptb think the show is over, they're going to be in for a huge shock!
  17. I appreciate you're response but it's a bit over analytical for my liking. Sure there are grey areas when it comes to what's right or wrong, but there are clearly examples of things that are good and things that are bad.
  18. UAE says 100% of population received one COVID jab One hundred percent of the United Arab Emirates' population has received at least one dose of a vaccine against COVID-19, the health ministry has said. The announcement late Friday came amid growing global concern over a new COVID variant dubbed Omicron that was first detected by South Africa. "One hundred percent (of the population) have received one dose" while "90.18 percent are fully vaccinated". https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-11-uae-population-covid-jab.html
  19. Thanks for clarifying that homosexuality was not the root of secret societies - no gay mafia there then - but to say that community support, and sharing of knowledge, was the root is a rather superficial explanation in comparison to David Icke's research.
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