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  1. 2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

    From what I have learned I don't think they could have started prior to 2016 but I think there ideas were already in place well before that by 2013 they already started the wheels. by 2018 they had the product ready. 


    What I don't understand is, what's so special about covid? After all, there's plenty of other vaccinations to introduce a "product" into us, especially for children. Also many other medical treatments where a product can be introduced into the body. Perhaps even contaminants within processed food, over-the-counter tablets etc. How do we know which treatments and procedures are safe any more? 

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  2. 6 hours ago, oddsnsods said:



    I never understood the idea of religious law. Especially juxtaposed with the idea of religious freedom. Lol if you're free you haven't got a tribal overlord telling you what you've got to do! It seems to me, the whole notion of religion as an overarching authority which rules above human society's laws is something that comes from the monotheistic religions anyway. Religion should be seen as a private members' club whose only authority is to expel you from membership if they don't like you. Otherwise leave law to the democratic process (preferably including frequent referendums!). 

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  3. 26 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

    Lehman Bros wiped me out in 2008 and here we are, 14 years on and I am still grafting away with no pension and a lot of bills. There's many who are worse off so I'm not complaining. One of my good friends who lost the lot in 2008 went out on a last sail in his boat and never came back.


    Sorry to hear that Nemuri, it must have been very rough.   Sometimes I'm grateful I didn't hack it in private industry and ended up in the public sector. Mind you, we've had below inflation pay rises since the credit crunch, so I'm wondering how much longer can this economic system keep up the illusion that things are gonna get better. 

  4. 3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    governments ARE in on it. They are in cahoots with the central banks. The problem is that the governments are completely captured by the central banks


    Governments can spend by either taxing us or by printing more currency which then leads to inflation which is a stealth tax. Prices are rising at the moment because the government is printing currency leading to inflation

    I'm not expert on banking, but DI often mentions how banks electronically print the money which they then lend to other borrowers, so perhaps that's inflationary too? But govt in the west seems ideologically opposed to doing this (can you get a mortgage or loan from the National Savings Bank?), maybe it would undermine the whole system, especially if they're in cahoots. 


    3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    councils ARE involved in dodgy investments. The extent of that became apparent in 2008 when we found out the various ways councils were investing large sums of money

    I've no doubt, yet it doesn't stop many thousands of private landlords making a good living out of property investment. This again smells like TPTB not wanting to rock the boat of a very lucrative business model for themselves. 

  5. A couple of quotes I found about this project: 


     "Although marketing images make Neom look like an empty desert, it is in fact home to local tribes who have been forcibly relocated for the project, according to the Wall Street Journal."



    "According to the Saudis, artificial intelligence will be central to how people live in the 500-metre-high, 200-metre-wide structure, a car-free, carbon neutral bubble" 



    Maybe this isn't so far from what is planned for us all. Replacement of traditional cultures in harmony with nature by the technocratic Brave New World. 

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  6. 12 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    That's called 'the business cycle': the central banks make credit plentiful so that people borrow to start businesses and buy homes and cars and then the central banks restrict the money supply leaving people unable to service their loans. People then go 'broke' and the banks repossess all of their goods and hoover up all of their businesses and assets for pennies on the dollar


    Its like shearing sheep and they do it every generation or so and people never learn


    Debt levels are quite a good indicator of where we are in the "business cycle" (ie greed vs fear, bull vs bear cycle) and I wouldn't really advise entering the stock market without researching it.  


     I don't understand though, if this is such a good racket for the banks, why don't govts get in on it and start lending, at least to hedge all their borrowing.


    Same with property, what's to stop councils buying up homes on the open market to rent out, rather than only having to build whole estates ? But maybe that ship has sailed as prices have spiralled upwards. 

  7. 27 minutes ago, DaleP said:

    Because you do not have a higher perspective. Most human can only process very limited amount of light. You are not getting the full picture.

    As you go higher up in vibration, you will depart from thinking like the sheep. Sorry I don't mean in a derogatory way but I don't know how else to put it.


    Not saying I do have a higher vibration than anyone else or even want to, that's too easy to mistake for spiritual oneupmanship unfortunately. But hey, God loves us all equally, unconditionally, it's our job to accept it and share it round. 

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  8. 22 hours ago, Shari said:

    God=Self=Universe. It is all a collective process which ultimately falling into its proper palces. Consciousness is perfect. God is perfect. You will be perfect... eventually after lots of ascensions.


    Just my take on this. But as God=Self=Universe (= non-self), and God is perfect, then it follows that the Universe is perfect, already, in its absolute sense. 


    But why does it appear not to be? Because we haven't realised the absolute, only the relative and we keep trying to perfect the relative, rather than realise the absolute. 


    Not that we shouldn't improve the relative, but however much improvement we make it's never satisfactory, never ends the suffering. 

  9. 1 hour ago, Observations said:

    I still find it remarkable to actually hear him say with a straight face that there's no more money, and that our children's children will be paying the debt (paraphrasing) Is anyone writing this script down?!


    The outward explanation is that politicians take a short-term view of debt because paying it back will be someone else's problem, and in any case western govts have a good credit rating with the banks so don't have a problem building up eye-watering levels of debt. Then if you have inflation higher than the interest rate of the debt it effectively reduces the debt (rather like when you have house prices increasing faster than the interest on your mortgage). It also brings in more tax. So, heavily indebted govts like high inflation; it's seen as part of the economic cycle of boom and bust. 


    An inner explanation is that the direction of travel is to use the debt levels, inflation and interest rates to transfer wealth from the middle classes to the banks and large corporations such as oil companies. 

  10. On 7/19/2022 at 12:41 PM, Macnamara said:

    what they intend to remain is a mish-mash society of people with no cohesive identity who will then be more agreeable to being global citizens under an oligarch controlled smart-technocracy


    Agreed. It's there in the language, just look at how the word "community" is used nowadays. When I was a child, the community was simply the people who happened to live in my local neighbourhood, we didn't think of it being fragmented. But now, every aspect of life has it's own "community", based on race, religion, sexual preference, whatever identity you want. Now we're drip fed with the notion of compartmentalised communities, creating tensions to divert attention away from (which is the essence of magic) the hidden hand re-educating us. 

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  11. Seaside shooting game has been removed after mum complained it was racist 


    "A seaside 'cowboys and Indians' shooting game has been removed from an arcade after a mum complained it was racist. [E] wrote to bosses at the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare in Somerset following a family visit. She spotted the game which featured a saloon with a cowboy on the backdrop, and a gun for shooting moving Native American figures while the player sat on a horse. The adult social care worker from Oxford wrote to pier bosses and told them she thought it was "extremely racist" and "outdated". Emails appear to show bosses replying to say it was a "legacy piece" - and then later saying that nobody else had complained, and it was up to parents to police use. However, when approached for comment earlier this week, a spokesperson said the game had been removed. [E]  said: "It's clearly racist. It's absolutely shocking. "Mum and I both just had our mouths open when we first saw it - we were in absolute shock. "The figures of indigenous Americans were in full-on headdresses and there are little 'cowboys' everywhere. "I can't believe the managers have no idea about cultural appropriation."



    It feels like our country has become one of those Soviet style re-education camps. One person uses the magic R word and a game enjoyed by thousands of kids over many years is 'cancelled', and Cowboys and Indians is now called cultural appropriation, with surprise and shock that the managers didn't self-censor it. 

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  12. On 7/22/2022 at 12:39 PM, HAARPING_On said:

    It's really important now that we find like-minded souls and form small collectives who can all pull together and help each other out in times of need, for example all agreeing to grow different vegetables and then doing a group swap at harvest so everyone gets a nice variety and a healthy diet.


    Can apply to other stuff too but you get the idea, it's all about pooling skills, resources etc... :-)


    I like your vision, but in my home town the new housing being built is blocks of flats (sorry, apartments for all those newcomers) and "townhouses" with tiny gardens and those which have garages are too small to even fit a car in! However for people with more space it's a great idea. What you're describing is us making an effort to rebuild local communities and unplugging from the spider's web of the global corporates. 
    Thinking about the independence issue,  I'm mostly concerned about the future of Northern Ireland if the Union dissolves, but that's a bit off-topic. So too is English independence, even tho as a Englishman my country has been a victim of occupation by unionist imperialism for longer. 


    I've heard the claim that Scotland is in effect bribed into voting to remain in the UK via the Barnett formula. And if Scotland were to stay out of the EU, that would imply a need for trade and other cultural agreements with the rest of the British Isles. 
    So I'm toying with the idea that rather than simply leaving the union, full sovereignty is transferred to the 4 nations, and the union is downgraded to a member's club for things like trade, defence, visas and student exchanges. Like what we wanted when we joined the common market in the 70s. A bit like a congregational rather than an episcopal church. 

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  13. 2 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    Agreed. And it's as dangerous to the black population over here as it is to the whites  in terms of the unneccessary emnity it creates and violent reactions to that. In the same way as the LGBTQ (or whatever the multitude of initials is meant to be!) bowel movement is harmful to the ordinary people who form these groups and who have no desire beyond being allowed to live their lives without fear.


    I just hope more people can learn fast to see through the hostile manipulation and start to understand who the real enemies are.


    4 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:



    African brain drain: '90% of my friends want to leave'


    And it's occurred to me that there's two sides to this plan, because the hidden hand needs to have large numbers of people desperate to leave poor countries in places like Africa, the Middle East and South America. So they need to stir up division, discontent, civil wars, corruption and organised crime on a huge scale: naturally us westerners get blamed for that too and gas lighted with white guilt for (the cult's) imperial history. 


    Why do Africans for example find it so hard to create stable and prosperous countries which their citizens want to live in, rather than to leave for the supposed utopias of Europe and North America? A lot of manipulation going on there too I think. 

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  14. 21 minutes ago, Macnamara said:


    what they want is to deny white people any right to exist


    so if there is a historic record that white people always existed on the earth in certain places then that undermines their attempts to write us out of existence


    so they have to PRETEND that we did not exist as a pre-text to actually removing us from existence altogether

    And increasingly the woke agenda gets implemented almost automatically, without much debate. They're pushing on an open door in academia these days because the basic premise is accepted, that what matters is what you believe, not what the physical evidence shows. 

    It's gaslighting on an epic scale. 

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  15. 5 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Scapegoating the Anglosphere and the British crown is what the king makers want. Now obviously the "British" crown is bad news, but elites don't want it gone for our benefit. It's because they have used Britain as a base of operations to plunder the world, and now they need to dispose of the old system to bring in their new one. I don't think that will happen overnight, but I think we're heading in that direction.


    The king makers operate in secret behind the scenes, so when they've finished with one front like the white British establishment, they'll need to find another one, probably that's already waiting in the wings to take over. Like the CCP for example. So in case anyone is looking forward to the demise of the British crown, watch out because it's not over yet. Different puppets, same puppet master. 

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  16. 32 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:


    Thanks :) It's amazing how the establishment can push an idea for decades, and get away with it, while all the time the science behind it is flaky, to say the least. How come they only just noticed it now? I suspect that a lot of so-called science is based on conformity and group-think. 

    I took an ssri once when I had depression, and it seemed to help, perhaps I was just lucky.


    An aside, but by coincidence I was surprised the other day when I was researching some garden flowers I like called Lampranthus to discover it contains a naturally occurring ssri called mesembrenol. Perhaps I'll look further into herbal treatments if I get depressed again, lord knows there's enough cause for it these days. 




  17. 5 hours ago, barca said:

    I was lucky enough—truly, it is not so lucky—to have been ostracized from my late teens for being a "rebellious youth", and once I was ostracized, I no longer had to operate under false pretenses in order to secure my place in the community. After that I saw no reason not to voice my dissent openly.


    I can relate with this, tho I wasn't brought up in a fundamentalist religion, but in my country youth rebellion was a normal and expected part of life in the 2nd half of the 20th C, like a rite of passage almost. Questioning traditional religion was part of that, but now the rebellious instinct seems to have been subverted by the political left to support their "causes". Leftism has become the new conformity in reality, but with a mask of rebellion to make it attractive to the youth with a veneer of radicalism.   I'd say we need to revive that spirit of true rebellion and free thinking. 

  18. 2 hours ago, Fluke said:

    Anyone ever get a random fly in the winter? Usually an overweight slow fly that is easy to swat? But in the summer they are nearly impossible.


    It's my summertime hobby, running round the house with the fly swatter 😀   Also at this time of year I get silverfish running around on the floor; tricky little blighters, they run fast under the skirting boards before I can step on them. 

  19. 9 hours ago, zarkov said:



    Well what's it got to do with us, if they're worried about population they should go to Africa. Our fertility is already crashing, we need to increase it. 




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  20. 6 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    As they use stored hydrogen to generate electricity to power them (as opposed to electric stored in a battery), they can be filled up much more quickly than a large battery-bank takes to recharge from being plugged into the mains.


    On that basis, I doubt we'll really see much development of hydrogen fuelled cars.


    This is my main beef with the current heavy marketing of electric cars, that they take so long to charge up and have a limited range even when you do. I don't have a possibility of charging at home without trailing a cable across the road, or having a mass construction of kerbside chargers. So hydrogen cars seem a much superior option, if we are to buy into the whole carbon emission reduction narrative (which I don't but the govt does, and increasingly the corporations).  The fact that hydrogen isn't being promoted for private drivers speaks volumes about the strategy behind all this. 


    Also in the news this week was the agreement with French company EDF to build a new reactor at Sizewell B. After all, with the extra demand from electric cars we'll need more power stations, and what's the point having electric cars if the electricity is generated by fossil fuels? 

  21. 6 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

    They admitted yesterday that depression is not caused by serotonin depletion & anti depressants ( mainly fluoride) theyve been prescribing for years are basically useless as a treatment ..like we didnt know already.


    But they will fry your serotonin receptors like methamphetamine does & you become permanently depressed without & a total zombie with.


    Trust the science.


    Interesting. Do you have a reference for this, I'd like to read more about it. 

  22. 42 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    It's easy to make money by creating a 'demand' for your product, when you're being financed by the Government that you lobbied.


    That's how cronyism works.


    That so-called "privatisation" in the 1980s turns out to be a hoax. Buses and trains dependent on taxpayers' subsidy are hardly private businesses: the ownership may be private but the income needs propping up from the public purse. 

  23. 31 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

    It really needs a shift in perception about what is 'cool'. Is the nightclubs and corporate chains of the cities 'cool' or is the folk music and traditions and deeper connection with the land of the isles 'cool'


    Its a struggle over the soul of the young


    👍  that sense of connection is important, belonging somewhere and having a pride in your traditions. I've moved round the country several times in my life, so it needn't take long if you're willing and familiar with the general culture. But the pop culture which saturates the western world has no interest in such things; too late do young people discover that the corporate 'coolness' is shallow and lacking in a meaning for their lives, and so we have increasing mental illness, drug taking and suicide. With all the immigration and Americanisation of our culture, it'll probably take several hundred years to rebuild. 


    I was pleased to discover that one of the main roads in my local village* was a Roman road and possibly going further back. The only archaeological finds I've made are bits of clay pipes and pottery in the garden, but that still gives me pleasure at having that little connection with the previous residents here. 


    * I say 'village' but it's been swallowed up into a 'neighbourhood' by the local town becoming a city.  It's kind of like globalisation at a micro level, but I still call us a village; it's one way of resisting the onslaught. 

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