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  1. Maybe it would be more fruitful to channel that energy you have in to taking some action yourself? Aren't GB News meant to be an independent media? At least more so than the more mainstream ones; perhaps they have to let some truth through otherwise how are they going to frame themselves as non-Mainstream? On the reading from a script; you could be correct, or perhaps given as you say they are 20 minutes in length, they don't want Oliver forgetting his tangent, missing key points, and spending hours trying to get it right from memory, when they could just let him read his autocue? I have no dog in the fight, other than wondering why someone speaking truth gets someone who wants people to speak truth so angry? Many of your posts have an undercurrent of 'these people are pussies and cowards' and yet one person is standing up and putting their head above the parapet, and you call them out. Don't get me wrong, I understand the anger and we have ALL been through that anger stage, but you have to move past it at some point, or at least direct the anger somewhere useful, rather than towards someone who is actually doing something. Even if we take the position that Oliver isn't on our side at all, who knows what this 'World' is that we live in. We know that 'they' have to tell us the truth, but hide it in certain ways, often in symbolism and movies etc. Suppose we assume that Oliver is not on our side, he is still putting the 'truth' out there, and therefore there is every chance that he is waking people up.
  2. I think you can only ever judge people on past history to a degree, and then on present reality. As far as I can see, Brand has always been a bit dodgy and still appears to stay away from the full reality of the agenda's at play in the 'World'. These are all opinions I have held on Brand for some time, same as Dr Steven Greer, and I am glad to see that David Icke has stated similar on both. Not that I always go by what David says, but it is a good barometer of how my intuition is going when David agrees. On Oliver, perhaps it is simply that he woke up whilst already being in the media and employed by them? You are correct that they likely would not be employing him if he was always a 'conspiracy theorist'. Not everyone in the media is corrupt or 'bought', not to the degree that others are, although Oliver promoting the official narrative of 'history' probably helped him in his media career. There are different levels though, did we think Fred Dibnah was corrupt? Some are just fringe people taking care of the peripheral subjects and some, the likes of Spring and Thunberg are part of the bigger agenda's. Those I would suggest are bought and paid for. It is weird how some avoid scrutiny and criticism like Mike Yeadon and Robert Malone (at least to the degree that some get) and others like Oliver and Campbell get heaps of flak. I cannot help thinking that there must be something personal about these people, something that triggers a subjective reaction, because it doesn't seem that the 'rules' are the same for everyone. The reality is that they have all woken up, which is something we all wanted and have screamed at the top of our lungs for. We have asked 'will these people ever wake up', and 'why is nobody speaking out'. Well here we have some who are doing just that and getting flak for it, not only speaking out but reaching millions of people. Are you more concerned that Oliver hasn't earned it, or happy that potentially more people have woken up to the scam because of him and Campbell? I remember a couple of years ago having a debate with someone criticising Mathias Desmut, and their argument was along the lines of 'he is saying nothing new'. Granted he might not have been, but he WAS reaching new people, putting old concepts into new ways of thinking about it and placing it in the COVID context, and reaching many people at that. Isn't that all we want?
  3. Indeed, psychology has been one of their main tools in controlling perception, what is perceived as normal and abnormal, and in shaping behaviour. A lot of the famous psychology studies were not to help humanity, but how to help THEM better shape and control human beings. Look at covid as a great example, most of it was achieved through behavioural psychology. It is not too dissimilar here in Australia. Vast amounts go in to mental health, but mostly it is funnelled into big pharma and bureaucrats, and into the system that controls it all again. Oil money used to control the World, then it was banking, and now it appears to be pharma, no wonder they want everyone including kids to have some 'mental health disorder' and is yet another way that they can get to the kids early and break the family again. The normalisation is just a front to distract from what is causing their issues, and it is the system they are residing in. In Native cultures there is no such thing as mental illness, it is very much that if a person has some challenges mentally then the community has failed them Indeed, life was tough in years gone by. The problem is, that these days, there is nothing underpinning life; no religious beliefs (not that I believe in it), no sense of family, and no sense of community/belonging, all these are having a huge impact on people, as well as the system that we live. The real causes never get looked at.
  4. Oh it exists alright, and it ain't that great I can tell you
  5. Yeah, it is hard to relate to most people when I have to step into society. The transition from the 'old World' (the Matrix) to the 'New World' (being as distant from it as you can, or even off grid) is brutal going at times. The problem is that you cannot go back, it would be madness or insanity to do so, even if you could manage to do it, which I very much doubt. Unfortunately you cannot 'unsee' the World as it is. There seems to have been a real shift over the last few years too and I am not sure how much is me, or 'them'. I just find it harder and harder to relate to most people, especially those locked in to the Matrix. I have never been good at small talk anyway, but now given that most small talk is Matrix bollocks it has got even harder. I know a lot of people who are awake are finding it harder too. But I think a lot of it, is that I have come to value my energy too much to bother with most people, especially those locked in to the collective. In the past I was a 'people pleaser' so got on with people quite easily, but that isn't so hard when you are willing to give your energy so freely. I attempted to 'fit in' but I always felt like a fraud, and this just led to feelings of frustration, shame, and guilt for 'abandoning myself' and led to even more feelings of weakness, incompetence and more shame around how I was not being myself. So for me, the attempt to 'fit in' drove me further in to the abyss, but also was an anchor point of where I needed to head. It didn't help that I developed a less than ideal 'persona', which was needed at the time but can be hard to change when it has become so embedded into your 'identity'. Now, I value myself, I value my energy and am not prepared to tolerate anyone or anything that doesn't value me. It is why I have let a lot of people go over the last 3 or 4 years. Any energy that you 'allow' in to your field has the potential to empower you or disempower you and also will either take you closer to yourself (Soul level) or further from yourself which is often the persona level.
  6. Big loss for the PL. When you consider that Klopp and Liverpool have been the only worthy challengers to Pep's Man City (cheaters) over the last 5 or 6 years. It is going to get even more boring for the neutrals if Liverpool don't get the right manager in to replace Klopp.
  7. I have never fit in, and despite trying like hell in my younger years I was just not very good at it. I was always 'too deep' for people, always wanting to connect with others on a deeper level than the superficial. For years like many here I would imagine, I tried to bend and twist myself like a pretzel to fit in to try to avoid feeling lonely. It was all rather futile aside from some great people I met. These days, I am no longer prepared to not be myself and I don't even try to fit in. Going back home to the UK (I live in Australia now) always gets harder and harder as those from the past still see me as the 'old me' and yet I am almost entirely a new being (aside from knowing the same history as the old me). The more you fit in, the more most are having to make huge sacrifices to do. I am not prepared to sacrifice myself to that degree because my 'Soul' is too important to do so. Most connect with people through their persona and personality, and the more you do that, the further away from living as a Soul you get. Now I live as a Soul. It can be brutally isolating, but the more you protect your energy and the more you value your Soul, the more gifts become open to you and the more abundant you become. I would like to meet a 'Soul tribe' though.
  8. The Crowhouse set up a 'Location Connector' but I don't think I saw more than a couple of success stories. I attempted many times to get a local group together, and bar meeting one person and then another through them, it was a futile attempt. Maybe it just means that I am too weird even for awake people
  9. It is also why they create trauma in people, especially in younger people because a lot of unmet needs become sexualised. It is (part) of the reason they love to fracture families and to hinder the attachment bonds so that kids will have a lot of unmet needs, and then at the same time, they have created an overly sexualised 'World' which is heavily led by the entertainment industry and their 'I-CONS'. To add to that, we are creating more narcissism, and what is one of the common traits of narcissism - they are overly sexualised which feeds it back in to the circular loop.
  10. Great find! It is amazing how many of these turn up having had some 'acting' background in the past. What are the chances hey? Must be a good gig though if you only have to do one or two 'roles' every 10 years or so. That female crisis actor is for sure the same person.
  11. Good post Mac. The other thing it could be doing is to 'remind' normal people what happens to you when you start to 'think and see differently'. With all the covid stuff they must know that people are waking up, what better way to drag a few back in to the 'collective' by a public display of what happens to you when you think differently to what we say. It also has all the right additional elements like 'authority', the Police, the media, the Courts, all the bastions of what people believe to tell the truth displaying their faux outrage and subtle 'sympathy' for people like Richard who must have something wrong with them. It is the modern day equivalent of burning witches. It is all a psychological play to say 'look what happens when you question us. This is not how most of us think and you are in the minority' . Probably not effective for those a little farther down the 'woken journey', but for those on the verge, or those just starting to wonder, it is probably very effective, at least as a delay tactic.
  12. How many times are you going to repeat this opinion? We keep asking when are people going to wake up' and when one does (who happens to be in the media) we accuse them of 'jumping on the bandwagon'. Many millions of people have woken up from this scam, many are on here, why should we expect that nobody in the media would also wake up? Just because he isn't awake to it all, does not mean he is a shill, it is a gradual process. I am sure many of us who woke up, had to slowly let go of old beliefs that are often operating on surface levels but also very deep levels.
  13. Yeah indeed. No doubt psychiatry is on a whole different level, but I would maintain that psychology is only one or two levels below that. It doesn't help of course with the way that the Governments fund psychology and services that are often mostly run by psychologists. Here in Australia back in circa 2008 or 2009 they introduced a 'Mental Health Care Plan' system that allowed people struggling to get support. Sounds great in theory, but the parameters were set up so only psychologists (and likely psychiatrists) were the only professionals a client could see. Not only that, but they were encouraged to then recommend medication, and that (at least in the beginning) the psychologists were only to use CBT. That is just one example, but in Australia, a number of services to support people mostly require a psychology level to work with the clients and because it is funded by government, is heavily influenced in how they can work and treat clients. So in essence, a lot of the psychology 'out there' in the community, is infiltrated by big G. That said, I have worked with a number of psychologists, many of them love to assert power and control, and often are quite 'distant' and judgemental. There are a few exceptions of course. I have also worked with a few personally in my healing journey, and one was great, the other two hard to relate to. Don't get me wrong, I know there are great psychologists out there, but in my experience, many are narcissists and love the power and control that comes with the role. Not only that, but many have not done any of their own healing.
  14. No way is it the same person, not even close really. As you say, it is more the trend where everybody seems to have a beard and a t-shirt buttoned up to the max, until the next trend and they will unbutton their t-shirts again. Fucking fashion followers....
  15. This could be huuuugggee! If they can pin him on this, it will raise some serious doubts in the 'normies' minds. Hopefully next on the list if Jacinta Arden who many across the World lauded for her COVID response. Every day there seems to be a victory now.....
  16. It is quite complex isn't it, like trauma itself. I think we need to make a distinction between good therapy done by a very skilled and wise being who has healed a lot of their own trauma, and other therapy done largely under the 'Medical model'. The latter tends to see themselves as the expert, and to also buy into mental health, DSMV and all the various labels they put on people, and also the proliferation of use of medications. The medical model also heavily favours psychiatry and psychology and again it sets up people to be experts, and in my experience it tends to attract those to the industry who want to fix people, or feel better about themselves and exert power over people. My ex was a psychologist and only later on did I see she is a narcissist and her whole existence centres around power and control. I know you cannot draw conclusions about a profession off the back off one individual but I have seen this in many colleagues over the years. Yeah, trauma is no doubt one of the biggest single factors in how our life will play out. Unhealed and it will control your whole life. However, this is where I personally believe that therapy CAN come in to it's own. A skilled therapist who understands trauma and has healed their own, can set a client on their way to freedom. They don't need to take them all along the path, just set them on their way. I have seen this in many people I have known over the years (myself included) and it works really well. But it tends to be in those therapists who have done their own healing work around trauma and the shadow. No doubt though, 'bad therapy' is more common, than 'good therapy'.
  17. Yes, what is that quote from Krishnamurti 'It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.' No wonder for so many who 'wake up' it can be hell and brutal, especially as most around them try to drag them back in. Yeah indeed; therapy can be very effective but it can be incredibly damaging too. The amount of times I have heard 'they were useless', 'they did not get me', 'they blamed me' and all sorts of other things which in many ways reveal both aspects of what you say, that therapists can be very poor, but also that clients expectations can be so unrealistic and not based in reality. For some therapists they want to 'fix people' and for some clients they 'want to be fixed', but instead of that being a 'match made in heaven' it is incredibly damaging. It takes someone with integrity to be a good therapist and for them to have done a lot of their own work. You don't need to be perfect, but you need to have integrity, wisdom, and a lot of brutal honesty with yourself around your motivations, your intentions and your own unhealed stuff. Hahaha indeed, I used to joke when I worked on a Suicide Prevention line that one day they would replace us with a computer/A.I., and they will. Yeah the world has degenerated in many ways; whilst we are told how 'evolved we have become' and how 'so much has changed for the better'. People have been conditioned to give their rights away so easily, and even worse, some have been conditioned to not even realize they had any to begin with.
  18. Exactly, it is only normal in this deeply corrupt and controlled 'system'. In reality, mental illness is anything but normal and in fact, mental illness could be seen as a natural reaction to an insane 'World', and might actually be a sign of health in that person. The 'World' has become a giant nursery of kids who need taking care of; which is why they love authority and Government because it absolves them of any personal responsibility. I agree on the therapy aspect as it is used today. But I would say that therapy CAN be the road to freedom for many and if you continue to go inside you will often be led to seeing this 'reality' as it is. Maybe it depends on your therapist but I have known many in therapy who have 'woken up' from doing their own internal work.
  19. It is why I have cut a lot of people from my life over the last few years. Some were already at a tipping point anyway and the decision brought forward through COVID. Others I just started to value my energy more and wasn't prepared to let others 'infect it'. What I have come to realize is that I was always fortunate through my life only having a small circle; and now I really appreciate it when in the past it caused a lot of feelings of shame, sense of isolation, sense of confidence. Now I see that it allowed me to grow without boundaries, and to allow my Soul to flourish rather than my 'personality or persona'. The more I continue to value my energy, the more my life moves forward and the more abundant I become.
  20. Sky News Australia were the only ones challenging the Despot Dan Andrews (premier of Victoria) during the lockdowns. Perhaps they are placed there to be the 'opposition' but there have been some surprising stuff put out by Sky all through the scam. Still not fully convinced by them though.
  21. Yeah, a lot of nauseating hero worshipping going on here in Australia right now. No doubt part of a ritual in itself and then all the symbolism at her concerts the icing on the cake. I have an old car and so when I am driving I sometimes have the radio and for the last 2 months they had a competition to win tickets to her show. The fucking screaming and crying is someone won one. Maybe as long as the minions hero-worship someone they don't care who it is, but I think they do care and they put these people forward.
  22. I am pretty sure that Jason Breshears from Achaix has a similar theory of what the simulation is. I have learnt a lot from his work thus far. I don't agree with him blindly but I like his work.
  23. Indeed, sort of implies that if they had done things 'correctly' the ruling would have been lawful. It is a positive start though. Hopefully other States in Australia will follow suit. I just emailed my old company that stood me down to ask if they were involved in any current class action lawsuits regarding the mandates . I told them when they stood me down that there would be a court ruling them unlawful in the future..... just emailed them to sort of remind them . I am not expecting a reply....
  24. Unravelling fast; COVID-19 vaccine mandates for Queensland police and ambulance service workers were made unlawfully, the state’s Supreme Court has found. The court on Tuesday delivered its judgments in three lawsuits brought by 86 parties against Queensland Police Service and Queensland Ambulance Service for their directions to workers issued in 2021 and 2022. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/police-service-health-department-bungled-vaccine-mandates-judge-finds-20240227-p5f85p.html
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