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  1. 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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  2. 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. 


  3. 6 hours ago, RobinJ said:

    Well you see the whole vegan thing has been co-opted like everything else. The original vegans were all about no meat or animal products because of cruelty in farming etc, so it was a kind of mixed political/ ethical stance.

    Over time, and Instagram promotions via 'influencers' it has now morphed into a virtue signalling form of diet.

    However, frankly, its bull because ALL life is sentient, including veg. But apparently its fine to rip carrots up and chow down.... Thats the madness folks. The tiny boxes people place themselves in.

    I know a lot of vegans ( and a lot of ex vegans who got sick) and have been lectured to many times. Most of them just need to feel special and/ or have control issues around food.


    I tried with vegetarianism and veganism in my youth but gave up for various reasons. It was very annoying to have other people tell me what I could and couldn't eat and drink just based on a label. Then with veganism it became about all animal products, so I had to consider clothes, shoes, soap and shampoo, camera film (which used to contain gelatin in those days), tablets made with gelatin, glues, petfood, on and on it went. An impossible task from a simple desire to do good.  So I gave up on labels and black-and-white absolutes and concentrated on doing good in a realistic way. 


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  4. 4 hours ago, Nonononono said:

     Quite the opposite. I don't get the joke, sorry could be be because I'm German 😉 but we are probably the country with the most suppositories given.

    Glad I left 34 years ago. 🤭


    It's a reference to the Dad's Army tv comedy, and I thought you were British because your username is from another comedy show called the Vicar of Dibley! My mistake? 

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  5. 10 hours ago, northern star said:

    Conveniently co-inciding with William declaring he is uncomfortable with Christianity


    ie declaring himself anti-Christ?




    The article mentions that the author, Dr Gavin Ashenden is the late Queen's chaplain. It doesn't say but he ceased that role, not due to the Queen's death, but in 2017 after various arguments with the direction of the church of England and has since converted to Roman Catholicism. The same Catholic church which still hopes for the re-conversion of England to their side.  Just saying there may be more vested interests here than meets the eye. It makes me wonder what is the religious affiliation of the Daily Express. 




  6. 2 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    Its a form of mass psychosis and it is still, as it was then, driven by our belief systems, causing us all to behave in a certain and predictable way, which is going to be from fear or paranoia, either its the spiritual dark forces, the shadowy organizations in business and government, or more recently, the secret societies are in touch with dark spiritual forces and control the shadowy organizations.


    I call it the Pagan Spell now. The Illuminati and Freemason's etc, the Government, the businessmen, the aristocracy, Royalty, as well as the 'Faithfull' be them Jew, Christian or Muslim, are all just factions withing the whole broken system, working to their own belief systems which stem from their childhood conditioning instilled in them by family, school and church and accepted social norms.


    It's not easy to come up with a convincing conspiracy-theory-of-everything that will tie it all together, I get that. But at least from where I'm standing it's possible to see how there are very often two-tier (at least, probably more that two tiers) belief systems in societies. A populist tier for the masses to follow which may be religious and superstitious like Christianity etc and elitist tier(s) for those in control. Nowadays there are secular systems too like the neo-marxist or "woke" ideology. The secret societies (which we can call by various names) don't micromanage the mass ideologies I don't think, but they set the stage and rules then let it play out for as long as they want. The western churches gave up literal belief in demons and angels visiting us from about the time of the "age of enlightenment" and the revolutionary era which happens to coincide with the rise of public facing freemasonry. Coincidence or causation? 


    Oh and by the way I'm getting into paganism myself and understand what you mean by the term Pagan Spell but others may not take kindly to having their faith associated with something so controlling.  Is the system broken, or just unfair towards us regular people? 


    1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    Do you remember the Falklands war?




    1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    Do you think the Falklands Island was actually part of England?


    No, England is a country nation with very definite borders. Do you mean the UK rather than England? 


    1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    When the English Government sent the armed forces out there to retake it. Don't you think the soldiers would have realised the the Falklands is not part of England?

    The public knew it was not part of England.


    The English don't have a national government, only local government. Unlike Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland who do have their own governments. England is governed by its occupier, the UK union (the successors to the Norman aristocratic families).  Likewise us English don't have any military forces of our own. 


    1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    It was a militarily strategic location. It enhanced our political domination of the world because we could fight in far away lands. So it wasn't ours, it was a colonial thing.


    So why did the soldiers fight to take a piece of land that they themselves knew did not really belong to UK?


    Because it was their duty, and they believed if the Government sent them the right thing to do was kill and lay down their lives because of it.


    The UK is ruled by global elitists who just use the British Isles as a launching pad for their imperialism. Likewise Spain used to be a global imperial superpower when countries like Argentina were created so what right does either of them have to own the Falklands? It becomes an argument between proximity of the territory vs wishes of the local population. 


    1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    So we went to war, people died for what was really an ideological, political and military reason. 


    You're using words like 'we' and 'ours' as if we have a government at one with the ordinary people like you and me. All that pomp and ceremony around the royal family makes the military personnel feel attached and belonging to the system, and proud of their patriotism but really the global elitists making the decisions about going to war don't see it in terms of serving the natives of these islands. Multiculturalism serves their global strategy of leading the "international community" as we can see unfolding in the middle east and red sea at the moment. 

  7. 3 hours ago, 78ast78dgyad said:

    Are we bringing these men into the country because we need extra firepower if we go to war with Russia?


    It's the other way round imo. Start (or join) a war to demoralise the population and destroy buildings & infrastructure, you then have a good excuse to bring in immigrants from different cultures under the guise of skill shortages and rebuilding the country (on either side). Or moving women from child rearing roles to the workplace. But really it's all about remoulding us into a multicultural technocracy. 


    2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    If you look at the span of british history the real war fought by the british elite us actually against the british people not against foreign powers


    At a certain level that's true, but the top elites above them aren't fussy about national borders. 


  8. 1 hour ago, pi3141 said:

    Are all the car manufacturers Illuminati? Freemasons? All the executives and engineers involved, the directors and everyone in the company who knew what was going on and how did the other companies get to hear about it and decide to do it to?


    It looks co-ordinated, but probably the executives discussed it and implemented it in their companies, not because they were Freemason's but because they are business men and want to make money. Why did the engineers do it? All 'the Cult'?


    I remember the biodiesel and alcohol fuelled car thing about 20 years ago, and people using old chip fat etc to power their cars if you could get it. Filtering it themselves in their shed or buying it ready made. Then it all faded from the news and shops, I didn't keep up with it so thanks for the reminder. 


    However, "illuminati" is a kind of pen name I use for the secret society network, powerful people manipulating the systems behind the scenes and usually through front organisations. Car manufacturers and the like aren't secret, as you say they are merely pursuing their own self-interest within a system created by people higher up the food chain. Freemasons are I think a hybrid which becomes more secret the higher up you go, the 3 degrees of regular freemasonry are mostly filled with movers and shakers in the worlds of business, government, police etc and it's not really sinister at that level.  

  9. 2 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    My point is, I think those ate the top are more or less just conditioned into 'the way it is' and see themselves as morally superior to the rest of us, but the truth is they can't change the big things, they want the system to continue as it is because they are winning. 


    The system is self serving and self actuating and everybody must be a part of it for the system to work - we are all in the system, even us sitting on the edges poking fun at the absurdities and pointing out the injustices, we're still part of it.


    Ok, and the banking system is global so the UK government can't change it by themselves. I'm trying to see what's going on behind the scenes to explain why we've got an economic system pushing us in one direction - towards growth and overpopulation - and an environmental & political agenda causing the opposite with scarcity of energy, inflation, wars, fertility crisis etc.  It looks like a system designed to benefit the few at the top and grind down the rest of us. 

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  10. 10 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    Our form of Capitalism is unsustainable, in our model, there must always be growth, you cannot keep growing and generating higher profits year on year, its unsustainable and results in inferior products, made with low wages, sold at high prices to support multiple levels of managers, directors and shareholders and government, who do very little.


    Capitalism carries its own seeds of destruction.


    Yes I agree and we are also expected to live with a double standard between the cult of permanent economic growth and the cult of net zero environmentalism.  Economic growth is fuelled by population growth so if the local people aren't increasing they force mass immigration. This creates a psychological contradiction between irreconcilable opposites so our illuminati form of capitalism is now mentally ill. It's like a drug addict or alcoholic who is addicted to growth but is trying to go cold turkey to avoid the downside (according to its belief system). But the people at the top who put us through this aren't mental, they are doing very well out of it and it's clearly part of the agenda to bring down the west. 

  11. 18 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    The post office scandal is a different issue I believe, in that the failings were down to a flawed accounting/ERP system rather than any individual failings.


    It could be around the fact that we are taught to trust technology above human common sense, so the executives in the post office couldn't believe it was a software fault and automatically thought it was the users. 

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  12. 18 hours ago, Macnamara said:

    I see a mushroom that took that persons consciousness into another realm where they believed they were on a UFO and where they encounter entities eg 'greys'


    cave art depicting otherworld entities:


    Anecdotally on internet forums, I've heard of people taking ayahuasca or DMT and seeing entities like aliens or elves which may or may not be real depending on whether you think they're hallucinations or actual seeing into the astral realms. So it could be a combination of the two, psychedelic mushrooms and the craft the entities use to travel between dimensions. 


    Here's a few random links from an internet search. 





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  13. The trans movement is getting a bit old now so I'm expecting for us to be softened up for the next stage in the agenda. Dunno what it might be though, perhaps a campaign for anyone with a spare bedroom to give lodgings to migrants. After the Rwanda thing gets shelved. 

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  14. 15 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    Answer the question "what makes you anxious?" and that is your starting point.


    Once you have identified the cause of your anxiety, then you have two options to deal with it.


    1) Stop doing or avoid whatever it is that causes your anxiety

    2) Conquer your fear by facing up to it, tackle whatever it is that you're afraid of, then once you're no longer afraid then you won't be anxious


    Anxiety is a psychological issue, a reaction to any type of fear.


    IMO a certain amount of anxiety is healthy and a necessary part of our survival instinct of fear and anger (fight, flight and fawn response) and it originates in the "reptile" brain stem, the primitive part of the brain. It becomes a problem when the response becomes overactive and we can become anxious in everyday situations like socialising and if we stop or avoid them we are severely limiting ourselves so it becomes a type of disability. So I'd only recommend # 1 if it's something you're happy with avoiding, or as a temporary measure. 


    #2 'conquering the fear' is a better long-term aim, but how? There's a lot of good psychological advice around, but I don't like the idea of conquering it because that sets up a sense of fighting and struggling against it from the outset. And the anxiety is part of me too so I'd be setting up an inner conflict against myself.  There's masculine and feminine approaches to this, the feminine approach is to accept it and make friends with it, to blunt its impact and reduce the need for it.  As the Susan Jeffers book says "Feel the fear and do it anyway".


    I guess both masculine and feminine approaches involve rewiring the brain to make it respond more appropriately and healthily to external stimuli. So it takes time, as you suggest it can take years. Adults still have some brain elasticity but less than children when their brains are growing. That's why it so important to bring up the children well so they don't get these problems in the first place. 

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  15. To populate the vacated space, his (Putin's) government ordered the importation of immigrants from Africa and the Middle East to be made easier.


    Very interesting. Putin's whole justification of the invasion was to support the ethnic Russian (whatever that means because Russia is such a large and multi-ethnic empire) separatists in Ukraine. Yet rather than immigrate native Russians he's bringing in other races. And by a strange coincidence, that's also what the critics of our involvement in the war are saying, that if Zelenskyy wins the war he'll pivot towards western style mass immigration and cultural decadence. 

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  16. 2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    I just find it strange that Welsh people would be so hostile towards English people, while at the same time their own government is actively trying to replace the native Welsh population with 'refugees' and 'immigrants' from other countries.


    And it pains me to see the irony that whoever wrote the note is getting their wish anyway, Birmingham is now minority white Brummie speakers and rapidly dropping - or have the immigrants integrated with the local accent and started taking holidays in Wales too? 


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  17. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    To understand that question we have to first understand that the church is controlled by freemasons.


    This makes a lot of sense in countries with a strong masonic presence like Britain. But when you say 'the church' do you mean the whole Christian church or just certain  denominations like the C of E and the Roman Catholics? 


    Or are we saying that the ancient forerunners of the masons in the mystery schools were there right at the beginning of Christianity to shape it as anti-women? But then as the opening post mentions it goes way back before Christianity with the Old Testament stories about Adam & Eve etc. 

  18. 1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    The Saudis have been waging war on the Yemenis for a few years now, all under the guise of "taking on the Houthi rebels", and of course bombing the shit out of them using weapons supplied by, yes you guessed it, the UK government.


    Our governments are controlled by big companies that make huge profits out of selling weapons of war. 


    The radio programme today (world service) also mentioned that the Houthis were representing the minority ethnic group of Yemen with 15% of the population but they had seized control of the whole country. Looking at the demographics of Yemen, it's 65% Sunni and 35% Shia,  so it looks like it should be a conflict within the sects of Islam. Or perhaps it could be characterised as a proxy war between Saudi and Iran, and of course Saudi is allied with what you correctly identify as "our governments" and "big companies". Thank goodness the Russians haven't taken sides with the Iranians yet, or am I missing something there? 

  19. "David Icke disempowered everyone.
    When he mentioned those in power were Reptilians he basically scared people away from challenging the power structure.


    In the conspiracy theory scene there's two main reactions people are likely to get. If they're talking about reptilians (or even sons of God) they'll be dismissed as crazy or cranks. If they trace it all back to certain ethnic groups they'll be labelled far right.  David has had both accusations thrown at him and as far as I know is banned from speaking in many countries abroad which rather contradicts the second Twitter link above when it says 


    " This is why David Icke was able to go around anywhere he wanted and talk about things

  20. 10 hours ago, Mr H said:

    I read they are declaring war on the west. Considering the large Muslim population here could possibly be some trouble...


    Biden certainly seems pleased with himself 


    Yes, especially as Houthis (like their sponsors the Iranians) are Shias and most of our muslims here are Sunnis. It's divide & rule with them too but the illuminati magic has them looking the other way, towards the whites.   

  21. 28 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

    British and American forces rained bombs on Iran-backed rebels in Yemen last night using warships, fighter jets and submarines.

    The RAF launched targeted strikes against Houthi military facilities in response to a series of attacks on international shipping in the Red Sea.

    Rishi Sunak insisted the move was in 'self-defence' and said the UK will 'always stand up for freedom of navigation and the free flow of trade'.


    Oh dear and we were only just talking about the 'Anglos' getting targets on our backs !!  International shipping from anywhere in the world gets protected by the Anglos again ... it's always us being the policemen.  Just so convenient how it fits the stereotype the cabal has arranged for us, doesn't any other ethnic group see through it yet? 

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  22. 43 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    They did is stimulate the economy with fake  money to hide the fact we're really in a massive deflationary cycle because of the demographic imbalance...


    9 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    Why do you think we been enjoying such good times since the largest expansion in population in our history? I


    So which one is it, have we deflated (in real terms) or had good times? 


    41 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    The other main solution is tech and AI, but you guys this is satanic also. So basically you're not presenting any alternative solution to the problem we are in today...yes if we had different financial system wouldn't be like this. But we do.... shall we just let the whole thing collapse and put folks in poverty? What's your workable solution?


    We would need a complete overhaul of the western world to remove the ptb who would otherwise wreck any economic or demographic attempt to steer things around. Yes we can try to heal and increase our native families (which is the best solution and some folks are trying) but are facing massive opposition. Like anyone advocating for white wellbeing is labelled an extremist and racist etc. 


    But you also should give examples of countries which have taken replacement levels of immigration that resulted in a good outcome. Who exactly are we supposed to be copying, or is this just a massive experiment and hoping it'll all work out? 

  23. 2 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Can you provide me with an example where a nation is up to it's eyeballs in debt, has the largest amount of folks set to retire in it's history.....that doesn't require an excuse influx of young people to remedy the impending catastrophic economic implications?


    That debt was deliberately built up since the 2008 credit crunch bank bailouts and covid lockdowns, which has also been a period of huge immigration so there's no correlation between demographics and debt imo. The ptb want to run us into the ground anyway and all these economic arguments are window dressing. Even if we did agree to immigration we'd still be done for. 

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