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  1. 2 hours ago, numnuts said:

    Seriously, the next time someone in Westminster or at the BBC blows their trumpet over China's treatment of the Uyghurs, which is obviously very bad, then I will probably puke.




    'Who are the Uyghurs and why is China being accused of genocide?'


    'Several countries, including the US, UK, Canada and the Netherlands, have accused China of committing genocide - defined by international convention as the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group".'


    'The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, has China is committing "genocide and crimes against humanity".'


    'The UK parliament declared in April 2021 that China was committing a genocide in Xinjiang.'


    'The UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said the files contained "shocking details of China's human rights violations".'


    Why don't they take it to the ICJ then?

  2. 12 hours ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:



    Note the Tyrian Purple color. This color has a rich history. Something like 10,000 snails to harvest one gram of this tincture. At one time it was illegal for non-nobles to wear this precious hue. In a sense those wearing it as it was traditionally worn are making a statement about how different they are from modest folk. Can't say why her handlers insisted she wear it or whether it was her idea but the color made a powerful empire at one time. Those making the tincture had a monopoly and became very rich pandering to the upper crust.


    And what's that brooch, it looks like a mushroom? 

  3. 3 hours ago, Lilymoon said:

    Also what is all this talk going on about the US dollar collapsing and countries moving away from it?


    What I heard was that countries which use the US dollar as a reserve currency are tied into US policy over things like the Russian sanctions. Which is bad for the economy as it pushes up inflation, as we know. So if they ditch the dollar and switch to a BRICS currency they can start buying cheap Russian fuel again, which puts the Americans in a quandary. 

  4. 2 hours ago, pete675 said:

    Politely -


    Go F__ yourself General!


    Thanks to many, but mainly Bliar and Thatch, Britain has become a festering shitheap of a country.


    No-one with any sense would fight for one second for 'Britain'.


    In any case, political generals are not bothered about protecting Britain. They are merely New World Order warriors. 


    We've been cornered mate, and they've got both sides covered so it's a catch-22 choice for us. Do we fight for our compromised system, or allow a foreign enemy in, hoping it'll be better than this? Of course neither is a good choice that ends well for us. If we limit ourselves to the choices offered by the cabal then naturally we'll get a result which works for them. How to deal with this trap is on my mind every day, every solution I can think of involves us taking the initiative back and rebuilding our families, communities and nations from the grassroots. 

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  5. 3 hours ago, novymir said:

    Their("jews" and associates) use of the words "trope" or "canard" is actually a projection.


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    Warfare and empire building was brutal in the ancient world, quite often defeated cities which resisted being attacked or occupied were destroyed and civilians slaughtered or enslaved so the Jews' military exploits were largely typical of the period. However there does seem a lot of projecting their strategy onto God as a justification, rather than owning it as their human choice and responsibility. 


  6. 3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    I can't believe after nearly 100 years of the world knowing 'The Protocols of the Elders of Zion' to be fake, that they are still being pushed as truth, by 'truthseekers' 


    I haven't read the Protocols and don't intend to. It seems a pretty crude attempt to pass off fiction as literal fact, perhaps too crude. One of the authors that was plagiarised, Maurice Joly, was a member of the Paris Commune and a Freemason, and apparently not anti-Jewish; though the other author is labelled as such. And bringing together both types of author in the Protocols mirrors how it ended up being used by both sides in the controversy to discredit each other. So although it is a forgery, perhaps it is one which was designed to fail, wreaking havoc along the way. 


    But as a more general point, fiction can be used as a propaganda tool to express views about the real world through metaphors and allegories; it's not black & white truth vs falsehood. Just look at how much mainstream media films and dramas promote the neo-marxist agenda into real society through fiction. 


    I'm currently reading Gateway To Hell by Dennis Wheatley. It was published in 1970, in the story the Black Power movement of the 1960s is infiltrated and secretly controlled by satanists to create racial conflict and civil war in the western world, as an alternative to ww3 which would be too destructive. Dennis Wheatley was right wing and might have actually believed satanism was behind communism, but even if we don't believe that, it's possible to see satanism as a metaphor for neo-marxism (among other things). If we look at the more recent history of BLM and the woke attacks on the west, is this fiction being used to warn us about a conspiracy; or reactionary right-wing bigotry? 


  7. 2 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

    Which begs the question: If all of our males of fighting age are conscripted and sent abroad to fight, who will remain to protect our wives and daughters from immigrant gangs who will rape and plunder unchallenged?


    My allegiance is to my own family and close friends, with no exceptions.


    Quite right, our kith and kin come first. All this sabre rattling is coming from countries with a big demographic problem who claim there aren't enough young people to grow the civilian economy, let alone staff their military to fight these wars. Including Russia and China. Will it be used as yet another excuse for mass immigration? 

  8. 3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    Of course it can be argued that our country is already being invaded, yet the invaders are being welcomed in.


    It makes me wonder how the authorities will react to refuseniks and conscientious objectors these days. Seeing as a refusal to defend your homeland against colonisation is the mainstream attitude they've been promoting for generations. 

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  9. 13 hours ago, novymir said:

    What a farce it all is...


    I'd either find a way out or check out when it gets any more stupid. But because they are largely disconnected from Truth, and believe in false gods and false laws, and false nature, and false reality, they'll probably hang on til the bitter end.


    So I'll pray that Truth dawns on them(and everyone) and True Will prevails. 


    No need to check out mate, there must be some other good people around for you to connect to and pray with while the farce plays out. I don't think I qualify though cos we worship different Gods lol. 

  10. On 1/22/2024 at 7:13 PM, Pistowski said:


    • What's the New Age obsession against red meat? Does it really ''lower our vibration?''
    • Is there genuinely any ''proper'' way to looking at this dilemma?
    • Do we really have a ''soul contract'' with animals that they will provide us with food? I've also heard this somewhere, lol.


    Hi @Pistowski and welcome to the forum 😀 


    I'm not a new ager and it's a very broad church to make general observations about it, but here goes. 

    "What's the New Age obsession against red meat? Does it really ''lower our vibration?'' "

    New age owes a lot to Hinduism with karma & reincarnation so you can come back as an animal if you've been a bad person before. Some folks believe that suffering ( eg from being a farm animal) gets stored in the meat as bad vibrations, which then gets transferred to the person eating it. 


    "Is there genuinely any ''proper'' way to looking at this dilemma?"

    Nah, don't let anyone else persuade you that their view is the "proper" one. Do your research and make up your own mind, or change your mind if you need to. 


    "Do we really have a ''soul contract'' with animals that they will provide us with food? I've also heard this somewhere, lol. "

    I've heard of things like this too but how can we have a contract which we don't know about? People believe all sorts of things happen in the afterlife, such as life reviews,  contracts and plans but then our memory gets wiped so we forget all about it until our next life is over. So we're in the dark, unless you want to see some new age practitioner and pay to have regression or some sort of therapy so they can tell you about it. 

    Another theory is that this world is a prison planet and we're here as slaves to provide the Annunaki with loosh energy. So we're part of the food chain as well as the animals. 


    So in summary there's loads of new age beliefs around, and no overall leadership to rule on what the truth is. New Age is for folks who value their individual freedoms and making up their own minds. If you want a spirituality with authority and you get told what the truth is, what to believe, you'd be better off in one of the more traditional conservative religions imo. 

  11. 4 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    A pozzed national security risk.


    In my day it was Che Guevara posters, punk rock music and CND flags with the students wanting to be rebellious and anti-establishment. I guess the symbols may change but the underlying strategy hasn't changed much. Get the young people thinking they're working for a better world and countering the imperialist old guard, but in reality undermining their own culture. 

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  12. 8 minutes ago, Velma said:

    The Amalekites, like all the other tribes of the Levant were Canaanites, apart from Goliath, therefore, human... they worshipped Baal, a pagan sacrificial cult which the Israelites who settled there, after they smote Amalek, adopted.


    And there's a strong indication that the Israelites were also Canaanites originally, therefore polytheists. But YHWH is a jealous God, or at least his priests and prophets are. 

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  13. 24 minutes ago, Not Thoth said:

    I've know supposed plastic carrier bags disintegrate in my hands after a few months (at m ost a few years) storage.


    Back in the 80s we used to have biodegradable plastic bags which disintegrated in the soil. But they stopped making them after a few years and I never heard why. Perhaps they weren't completely degradable but just turned into microplastic or perhaps it was another good technology that was memory holed. 

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  14. 12 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    We're all being encouraged to "use less plastic" yet there are more plastic products than ever before.


    Plastic carrier bags used to be 'free' for shoppers, because they are so cheap to produce. Big corporate giants worked out that they could make more profit from consumers by tricking them into believing they 'needed' to pay more for a bag to, you know, carry away the goods/produce that they had just bought.


    Just in the last couple of years, I have seen the charge for plastic carrier bags increase from zero to 5p, then 10p, then 50p now £1 in some cases!


    Yes, I've seen morrisons charging for paper bags which aren't charged the tax which plastic bags are. What a cheek, they waited just long enough for most people to get used to the plastic tax first. 


    There used to be a saying in Thatcher's Britain that "you can't buck the market", when free markets were all part of the political narrative to push for privatisation. But all this green agenda with its regulations and taxes shows that the ptb are precisely bucking the markets and have no intention of allowing us to have free markets. 

  15. Does anyone know what happened to the biodiesel industry which was a big deal about 20 years ago? If we make diesel out of vegetable oil, including recycled oil, it would be net zero wouldn't it? So it should be feted by the green lobby but they insist on electric instead. 

  16. 2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    A high ranking NATO official has stated that people in Europe should prepare for a full on war with Russia sometime in the next two decades.


    Admiral Rob Bauer, chairman of Nato’s Military Committee, told reporters following a meeting of Nato defence chiefs in Brussels that governments need to start putting preparations in place, and that civilians will need to be mobilised on a large scale.

    “We have to realise it’s not a given that we are in peace. And that’s why we [Nato forces] are preparing for a conflict with Russia,” Baur declared.


    What stands out to me is that it's so ambiguous, he doesn't even state that Russia will be the ones to start a war. 'Putting preparations in place' ...  'we are preparing for a conflict' could be interpreted either way as if NATO is planning to start a war. 

  17. 5 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Why do conspiracy theorists refuse to look into geopolitical threats, and why do they think it helps them? It just makes them look suspicious to the outsider. It's a dangerous game when awareness of Eurasianism and third wordism is growing.


    Edit: And I understand that we have problems in the West, but I fancy my chances against some woke freaks more than I do against missiles and sleeper agents.


    Just my tuppence. But a lot of conspiracy buffs think they're being clever by transcending the conflicts between human groups because they're illusory and created by hidden hands manipulating both sides into fighting each other. According to them our attention should be higher up at the top of the secret societies, the aliens, reptiles or demons pulling our strings. Yet that doesn't help while our society is being taken down all around us and the decline is literally in our face. 

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  18. 23 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Putin wishes us a rebuilt Temple


    In case anyone wondered why he scapegoats the West and Anglos.


    I've been going over this and trying to figure out if this is any more than an elaborate smoke and mirrors trick.  As a little Englander why should I care a jot about which other tribe's temple is built on the temple mount, that's an argument between foreign tribes on another continent. Similarly why should the average Russian or Asian care about my tribe getting its first temple for 1000 years* unless they're some kind of supremacist. If there is a genuine conflict it's between imperialists fighting for control over lands and markets but using us ordinary folks as scapegoats and ammunition. So they hit us through the trade routes for gas, oil, container ships etc. Not to mention the propaganda smokescreen to mislead us about what's going on. 



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  19. What it looks like to me is that Iran doesn't need its own military bases abroad because it uses proxies like Hezbollah, Hamas and Houthis who they supply with advanced weapons like cruise missiles. Iran can make its own missiles now, but who gave them the technology and trained their young people in weapons engineering? 

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  20. 11 hours ago, factJack said:

    I was shocked to see some pro Russian news on the TV today around lunch time. They were talking about a teenage Russian tennis player winning a couple of games. They showed some clips of the girl playing and the scoreboard graphics had her opponants flag but the russian flag was greyed out.

    I am still not sure what to make of this news. Maybe this is a turning point in the conflict and they're using sports to change peoples perceptions of the russians?

    What are those BBC fuckers up to?


    On the same day the establishment announces war with Russia within the next 20 years. They're messing with our heads imo. 


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