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  1. I don't understand why you keep coming back to skin colour by saying, "Islamic crazies for example can be light or dark skinned". The point is, skin colour has nothing to do with why crazy people appear in society. Threads are not just for soap-boxing extremist ideas, and believe it or not, this is a chat forum, which is why it's called, "The David Icke Social. David Icke is an author who says, "it doesn't matter if you're black, white, Asian, Chinese, Aboriginal... it doesn't matter what your form is... you are part of the same consciousness."
  2. The reason why so many acts of violence and rape are caused by people from certain backgrounds is due to historical and contemporary social issues. Just because a person has a different colour skin it doesn't automatically mean they're more inclined to commit crime. Probably because you know that what you're saying is indefensible.
  3. Immigrants aren't the problem, it's the politics behind immigration that's the problem. All this focusing on immigrants being rapists and murders, etc., is just a distraction from the real political issues.
  4. This doesn't prove there is a "gay mafia", though. Jeffrey Epstein was accused of trafficking dozens of women for sex.
  5. Colour of skin or ethnicity does not cause people to commit crimes.
  6. @Truthspoon I'd also add that people who want to live in racial harmony and peace are not "dogs".
  7. Time does not exist until it's created. The opposite of time is patience.
  8. As I said, I love white, black and any person who loves life, but not racists and those that try to stir up tensions like Truthspoon. You mock the reality of "wacism" and yet Truthspoon said, "the only racism that exists in the UK now is anti-white racism". So according to him, "wacism" does exist. I also don't believe the white race, or any other race is going to be destroyed because i believe in Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ's greatest commandments were (Mark 12:30-31) : "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.’ No other commandment is greater than these.”
  9. This is may sadden you, but I love white people, black people and all peoples. But there are people I don't like, such as people who try to stir up racial hatred, so no, I wouldn't like the video, and nothing to see here. David Icke: "There is a field of consciousness that connects everything, so it doesn't matter if you're black, white, Asian, Chinese, Aboriginal... it doesn't matter what your form is... you are part of the same consciousness. YOU are just a unique expression of it, and that perception that we're all connected immediately starts dropping the fault lines the cult is desperate to perpetuate, so that different versions of form can be played off against each other."
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    Being Alive

    Love went a-riding Live concert performance, London, 2014 Music by Frank Bridge Poem by Mary Coleridge
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    Being Alive

    Parsifal's exclamation, just after Kundry's kiss, an excerpt from Act II of Richard Wagner's music drama, Parsifal, recorded with my pianist, late summer 2021 (sung in German with English subtitles). In Klingsor's enchanted castle, Parsifal encounters Kundry, a beautiful enchantress. She seems to know more about his past than he does himself. Almost succeeding in seducing him, Kundry's kiss awakens within Parsifal a memory of Amfortas's agony (a wound which will not heal). Parsifal witnessed Amfortas's agaony during a Grail ceremony as a boy in Act I. He didn't understand the meaning of what he saw then, but the kiss now makes the meaning clear. Video picture: The Grail ceremony from Act I (1981 Bayreuth production, directed by Wolfgang Wagner). The picture depicts the king of the grail, Amfortas, despite his wound, preparing to hold aloft the Grail to fortify and inspirit the knights.
  12. G'mork: Don't you know anything about Fantasia? It's the world of human fantasy. Every part, every creature of it, is a piece of the dreams and hopes of mankind. Therefore, it has no boundaries. Atreyu: But why is Fantasia dying, then? G'mork: Because people have begun to lose their hopes and forget their dreams. So the Nothing grows stronger. Atreyu: What is the Nothing?
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    Being Alive

    Also recorded another earlier, a German song by Franz Schubert, which he composed to a poem by Goethe when he was 17 years old, in 1815. There are three paintings in the video... the fist and third are by Caspar David Friedrich, a contemporary of Schubert, and like Schubert, a Romantic. The second (Evening scene with full moon and persons) is by Abraham Pether, who died three years before the song was composed. The third is titled Two Men Contemplating the Moon, and the first, Moonlight Landscape and has some interesting background explained in this quote:
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    Being Alive

    Of course i don't mind... it's not possible to cater for everyone's tastes.
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    Being Alive

    Recorded earlier this evening, a Johnny Cash cover... Ring of Fire
  16. Okay, so you thought I was being sarcastic, but I wasn't, which is why I thoughtfully used the word "may", but you misquoted what I wrote to make it seem like I was inferring the opposite to what I was saying. I wasn't saying that the poster would learn something, as that would've be telling someone what to think, and would be rude, which is why I used the word "may", which has a polite sound to it. You quoted me as saying: 'do you think you would have learned anything' Here's what I actually wrote: "If you'd carried on reading, do you think [you] may have learned something?" By misquoting what I wrote, and changing the words "may" to "would", and "something" to "anything", you changed the vibe of what I wrote to suit what you wanted to imagine that I wrote! I notice I left out the word "you" and should've written "do you think you may have learned something", but that doesn't affect the sense of what I wrote anyway. Rob
  17. Of course... steady as she goes... but it's not easy containing what may dawn on the world... "For as the lightning comes from the east and flashes to the west, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. For wherever the carcass is, there the eagles will be gathered together." - Matthew 24:23-28
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