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  1. They say things come in threes. First ChatGPT, then Microsoft Copilot, and now Google Bard. Are they expecting us to believe it's a coincidence they all. come at the same time? This is pre-planned. 


    Meet Bard, an early experiment by Google.

    You can think of Bard as your creative and helpful collaborator, here to bring your ideas to life using generative AI. We’d like to offer you the opportunity to be among the first to sign up for the new experience and provide feedback. "

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  2. On 3/19/2023 at 6:03 PM, Macnamara said:

    The united nations offers a new world order and the new age movement offers a one world religion which would be a synthesis of all the worlds religions. This is all said to be for the new age of aquarius. Also coming out of this talk of a 'new age' was crowley's 'thelema' religion as crowley sought to position himself as the prophet of the new aeon.


    Stand back from it all though and clearly we can see an attempt to remould human thinking to refashion them into citizens of a new, centralised and globalised society with a single global government which would of course be run by those who considered themselves to be the apex of the whole network of secret societies and not so secret occult orders that all feed into the new age fever. 


    Those orders invariably claimed direction from unseen forces that went by various names including: the secret chiefs, the spiritual hierarchy, the galactic federation, the great white brotherhood etc. Ufology overlaps also with talk of 'greys' and 'little green men' and other assorted offworld groups all playing a role in man's affairs.


    Thanks for your detailed reply Mac, there's much to digest there and I've downloaded the Manley Hall book. Clearly much was lost of the oral traditions of pre-Christian times, and so there's a lot of innovation going on within pagan and new age circles. Which leaves them open to manipulation by hidden hands seeking to undermine the efforts of ordinary people seeking their own empowerment and independence. 


    "Dr Rick Strassman ran experiments with DMT which occurs naturally in the human brain and creates dreams and the people taking part in those experiments described meeting entities that took a variety of forms from reptilian to stick insects. The author graham hancock describes an experience on ayahuasca where he found himself within a temple and with him there was a crocodile figure that he identified as sobek the egyptian crocodile god.


    well wiccans might claim a lineage from a coven of witches in the west country but the reality is that their writings bare the mark of aleister crowley and gerald gardener who sought to create a feminine order to parallel their masculine OTO. So you can see that there is a crowded market out there!"


    I've come across people online talking about DMT and ayahuasca, it seems to be increasing, even David Icke did an ayahuasca ceremony didn't he? Crowley was a prolific drug user too.  Psychedelics aren't my thing at all, but there's theories about shamans and witches using mushrooms and cacti to achieve mystical states of consciousness, going back millennia. I hadn't heard of that about the OTO (just the phallic reference within the name!). Yeah it's a crowded market all right, and that's usually the case with movements based on charismatic personalities like those. They can all too easily decline into cults, on top of the tendency to create splinter groups based on the latest alpha male or female leaders wanting to branch off on their own. The new age fairs are really like a market place of small businesses all jostling for attention and market share with their own unique brands that are variations on these same themes. 


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  3. On 3/19/2023 at 6:34 AM, alexa said:

    Puzzle - In the Daily Mail today - Are they trying to mind wash us again ? 


    By some standards, people would solve 2 x 3 first, resulting in 6, then divide 6 by 6, resulting in an answer of 1.


    "By some standards". That's a great way to describe all maths really as it's based on human-created rules and logic. Not some absolute universal truth as I was taught to believe. And as science relies on maths to analyse the data, what does this mean for  materialistic scientism? I'm not one of those new age people who believes that you create your own reality, but we can say that we interpret the reality we're in and create our own world views. 

  4. On 3/14/2023 at 10:43 AM, Macnamara said:

    The New Age Movement...co-opted or an outgrowth from the freemasonic fabian society from the beginning? (i'm not saying its all bad....just calling for people, to be streetwise)


    I've just seen this post, which has triggered a line of thought. I'm researching Druidry and paganism at the moment (long story but I left my church recently and I'm feeling the need for another spiritual home). Anyway, it turns out that some Druid and Wiccan organisations have a three-tier initiation system, which naturally rang a bell about Masonic levels. The neo-Druids date back to the 18th century, and were perhaps modelled on Masonic structures, and maybe not really  pagan as we understand it nowadays, being originally something like a friendly society crossed with the romantic movement. It just put a fly in the ointment, so to speak. And your connecting of the New Age movement with Freemasonry joined up with my thought process. By coincidence I went to a new age fair today, and I'm slightly concerned that it's hard to tell the difference between new age and paganism. I suppose I'm after a spirituality that's grounded here in my cultural roots and landscape, but the new age is so open and porous I'm getting concerned that our local tribal paganism is selling itself out to globalism just like mainstream society. I just hope there's a niche out there somewhere that fits with me. 

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  5. 9 hours ago, JCP said:

    I couldn't agree more. In the end, us using their technology will be our downfall unless we change direction. When people start seeing AI as having the 'facts' it will become the perfect way to write, and re-write history. It won't be the messy method of editing or writing books to provide the narrative to alter your perception; once we are biologically connected to the AI mainframe, if a question arises in your mind, AI will know immediately and be there to provide the answer as if it were your own thought. As the WEF so fondly reminds us ............ "Humans are hack-able animals". 


    Yes. Of course information sources like the MSM, Wiki etc are already used to manipulate us, but AI and chatbots are another step towards the full technocracy. 

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  6. On 3/14/2023 at 11:09 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

    I'm not a full-blown Capitalist because the number one thing for is always tribe and social cohesion for me, and I put tribe before profit. I don't think the left are totally wrong about the issue with putting people before profit, I just think they're solutions are totally stupid. I think you're right about the flavour of Capitalism that we have though. I guess where I often see things through a cultural lense, I'll often rant about woke capital, but I agree that the corporatism element is bad too.


    That being said, even though they're both materialistic to me, I obviously much prefer Capitalism than Communism, but obviously with regulation that's in consonance with the people.


    A great summary EW. In any case, real wealth is in things like tribe, family, land, skills of the people and social cohesion. 

    The problem I have with this debate over capitalism vs communism (or private vs public) is that it's simplistically black and white, as if one is always better than the other. But surely it depends on the context and they both have pros and cons, so we need to play to the strengths of both. Some institutions need state control (eg the army), and even inside a private company they rely on a sense of teamwork to succeed). On the other hand, getting people motivated and bringing out their talents, initiative and responsibility helps with a bit of private enterprise. 

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  7. 1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    The NHS is no longer a 'public service', it is a corporate behemoth, but its revenue stream comes directly from the UK taxpayer.


    Yeah, it reminds me of public transport where many train and bus services were supposedly privatised but still need public subsidies to survive. The ownership was privatised but the finances are still heavily public. 

  8. 2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    According to recent research, the Black Lives Matter movement and relatd organizations have recieved almost $83 billion in donations from corporations. 


    Again, where is the money? Where did it go?


    Surely they don't still want reparations on top of all that money. 

  9. 17 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    Concerning levels of FOREVER CHEMICALS detected in several species of fish in UK


    I saw this story on MSN news, and I'm always suspicious when getting fish at a chippie or pub meal, whether they're telling you the truth about what type it is. Often the menu just says fish and chips, when it's pollock or something, because cod is getting expensive. 

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  10. 4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    I sometimes feel that the statue iconoclasm in britain isn't so much about trying to erase aspects of history that are unpallatable to modern sensibilities as it is about trying to erase the fact that britain was historically white.....maybe THAT is what is so unpallatable to the neo-marxists as they continue their hate-racist-war against white people:


    Well if they're replacing the white population it's only logical they'd want to replace white art and culture too. 

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  11. 2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    Because that is exactly what is happening! There is a slow invasion taking place on the south-east coast, with thousands of fighting age men (very few in the way of women or children) swarming across France and the rest of Europe, and NOBODY has any real desire to stop this happening, in fact there are groups facilitating this, and our own government is being far too soft by letting them in and putting them up in fancy hotels.


    I agree with this. But I also have a nagging feeling that all this attention on illegal invaders is distracting us from a potentially much larger influx of non-natives via legalised routes. It may be that the ptb are gearing up to claim success at reducing the boat people (gaining votes at next year's election), only to increase mass immigration under the headline of labour shortages and early retirement of gen-x. 

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  12. 49 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

    Oh g-d, COBOL - you had to write a f*ing essay just to get started.


    Yes but what i liked about it was that the "essay" was pretty close to the thoughts I had when thinking how to solve the problem. We were taught to write in pseudocode first, before putting into COBOL (or PASCAL or whatever, that was another one) so the code was more readable. 


    Another thing I learned was JSP, Jackson Structured Programming to impose a regular structure on the algorithm before we started coding, like a more structured form of flowchart, which again made it easier for someone else to see what we're doing. 


    49 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

    If you can't at least read it yourself how would you know if a chat AI had given you something useful or malicious?


    Good point. What also worries me is how do I write something that's safe from hackers hijacking it to get into my system? 

  13. 8 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    “This long overdue voter roll clean-up of 1.2 million registrations in Los Angeles County is a historic victory and means California elections are less at risk for fraud,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.


    Do you understand the American voting system Mac? Is this saying that there were over 1m fake IDs registered in LA alone?  I don't get why this is so hard, a country should know who its citizens are with basic ID like national insurance numbers and there should be one vote per NI number if over the voting age. But maybe some people don't want it to be that simple. 

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  14. 11 minutes ago, Campion said:

    the agitators behind all this want to create the impression that fascism, genocidal racism and imperialism are waiting just below the surface in western civilisation, and need the full force of the communist antithesis


    It's quite a turnaround. From the end of WW2 up to the 1980s it was the red menace that fuelled the cold war, and our need to join the US led alliance against communism. That we have been led through such a u-turn without batting an eyelid in terms of our political landscape is remarkable. We've still got the same political parties ruling over us but it is they who have shifted from right to left, not those of us who see ourselves as regular, moderate members of our communities and our nations. 

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  15. Such a trivial use of the word Nazi is really a form of hate speech, and people on the right wing politically have been prosecuted and spent jail time for hate crimes. Yes free speech is under attack on all sides, but more so on some sides than others. 


    And I do wonder if the timing of this Nazi debate is a coincidence, when there's the continuing campaign for a holocaust memorial in the heart of London. Even though Britain was the enemy of the Nazis and helped bring an end to the holocaust, the agitators behind all this want to create the impression that fascism, genocidal racism and imperialism are waiting just below the surface in western civilisation, and need the full force of the communist antithesis to prevent another genocide. We are given mass immigration to dilute our culture, we are made to feel guilty and privileged and in need of re-education away from ethnic nationalism (aka "Nazism") and towards a globalised de-nationalised, de-tribed, multicultural melting pot. 

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  16. @EnigmaticWorld 

    "The promotion of homosexuality in the West is part of a well known communist plot by the Frankfurt School of cultural marxists to undermine western civilization and destablize western societies.


    And it's clear by now that communists don't rely on communist parties to push their agenda, they have agents everywhere under the flags of liberalism and progressiveism so that communism can be brought in slowly and stealthily. 

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  17. On 2/21/2023 at 10:55 AM, The OC said:

    🛸UFOs and Aliens👽are really Demons! - Do NOT look at them!


    This is becoming more mainstream now with programmes like Ancient Aliens, and there's a book called of The Dark Gods which has been a reference for me since the 1980s. It's bringing together 3 different areas: UFO aliens from modern times, supernatural beings from religion and multidimensional realities from physics. Very interesting reading. 

  18. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    There's that book 'rich dad, poor dad' that makes the point that being wealthy requires a certain mindset and if you don't have it then you won't get or stay wealthy. So really what we need to be looking at is a ground up restructuring of many things including education, health, housing (your environment has a big impact on your sense of wellbeing), employment and the culture that is able to bind all these things into a working, stable and coherent thing.



     The ideal of the American Dream and the other civilisational things you mention have been developed within the Western history and mindset, and looking at this broadly, an issue here is whether a single version of the good life will succeed in a society that is deliberately making itself multicultural with a policy of mass immigration from other very different cultures. Isn't there a contradiction between multiculturalism and these overarching national values such as the "American Dream" or "British Values"?  Those presume we are all marching in step towards a common set of goals, so presumably there must be a dividing line to determine when we can be diverse and when we must conform.  The problem is that this has not been applied evenly across society, and white people are being forced into the mould of political correctness whereas other races are not. 


    So yes those things you mention like education, health etc are ones I would value and want to invest in, and of course in our western countries vast sums are already spent on these things. So much so it's hard to see how reparations money would make much difference apart from, as you say, putting our countries more into debt, bringing down the economy that bit faster, and creating even more division and resentment between the races. 

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  19. 1 hour ago, Gnostic Christian said:

    It is as it should be, given how the white are still trying to screw the non-whites by denying them full equality.


    Would you prefer or see more justice in anti-black or anti-non-whites?


    If you think things are anywhere equal across the board now, look again.





    Who's screwing who, can you be more specific? 

  20. 18 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    Labour MPs demand Britain pays reparations to Caribbean countries for slave trade and '400 years of hideous abuse'



    18 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    Clive Lewis, who was a shadow minister under ex-Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, led the calls for compensatory payments over the impact of slavery.


    There seems to be two different arguments being put forward here. One is that slavery was a crime that went unpunished, and that we should serve justice against someone even if the perpetrators are long since dead. That in itself is quite a can of worms if it creates a precedent that should be universally applied - which it should under the equality principle.  And as far as I'm aware, slavery was legal at the time it existed and stopped very quickly after it became illegal (which Britain was one of the first empires to do). So Clive Lewis in effect wants to retrospectively backdate our current laws and moral framework onto a history where the laws and political landscape were very different (as you say the ordinary British people were never asked or consulted whether they agreed with slavery). Again that's a whole can of worms if applied equally. 


    The second argument is that slavery somehow caused racism and discrimination against the descendants of slaves and it's that contemporary racism which is being compensated for, rather than the original slavery. However I've not yet seen a good and well evidenced explanation of the cause-and-effect theory, or even evidence that ethnic Europeans are any more discriminatory than other races. Discrimination exists all over the place, (and westerners have done more than most others to reduce it already) for example is it any easier for Blacks applying for jobs in Asian-owned companies? 


    However these principles don't seem intended to be applied universally. There's certain historical events like American & Caribbean slavery, the WW2 holocaust and European-only imperialism which are used as special cases to drive certain agendas. With such an inconsistent framework of argument, it's hardly going to stop slavery, genocide and imperialism globally. 

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  21. 17 hours ago, Gnostic Christian said:

    Inward looking blinds you to the interference we all give to each other as we slowly destroy our eco systems.


    Don't think global, and fear modernizing to a one world system, like all of your ilk do.





    Regular people poorer countries have always asked for freedom and independence from superpower interference, such as the British empire, or US and USSR imperialism, which is what I mean by interference. They are however keen on having fair trade arrangements and mutual support with things like security. To be respected as equals. However the globalists and oligarchs who have the power to make the decisions want systems that benefit the elite, not the ordinary folk. 

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  22. 18 hours ago, Gnostic Christian said:

    I doubt that.


    And yes, if grand dad or his dad burned out a colored business just to end competition, as was done in many states, those white lineages owe restitution. 


    It would likely not be possible to get to individual levels of restitution, but the nation looking at restitution of any kind, must do something in terms of returning spoils to the right side.


    Whites have to engage in positive discrimination.





    So your proposal is that this new principle of historically unprosecuted crimes being judged against future generations, applies to only white-on-black crime?  That itself would be a crime under current equality laws. So the law would have to prosecute itself! One of these laws would need to go, which would you prefer to get rid of, discrimination or equality?  


    There's already laws for equal opportunities, and there has been huge progress in the last half century or so. The justification for discrimination (I don't call it positive) used to be that equal opportunities isn't working quickly enough. But now that we are nearly there in terms of non-whites getting into previously white institutions like the BBC (and by the way I don't see it working the other way round) the argument has shifted to one of reparations rather than equality.  It looks to me like the progressives who push this stuff don't really believe what they're saying, (or are perhaps being manipulated by others), because as soon as they achieve anything they change the goalposts like this.  It looks to me like the agenda is more anti-white than pro-ethics. 

  23. 19 hours ago, Gnostic Christian said:

    That is what reparations are all about. White giving to others.


    When you add up all the govt overseas aid, NGOs, private charity and money channelled through global organisations like the UN, that's been given by white countries to non-white over the last century or so, that's a lot of help. If you're in the game of retrospective projection of current moral standards onto history, which the left-wing revisionists like to do, then we can simply rebadge all that and call it reparations already paid, line drawn under. Now we can go back to looking after our own and stop interfering in other countries.  

    If anyone still feels guilty they're free to make voluntary charity donations like the Trevelyans. Otherwise, we've got enough problems here to spend our own taxpayers' money on. 


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