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  1. 21 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Not sure accurate blame government or hidden hand for immigration. Sure one piece is it's easy to get into west. But has been the case for centuries. Not new easy immigration policy we have...

     

    Reason why people immigrate. Because of economics not the government.

     

    I'm also not sure what you expect the government to do about immigration. We don't have enough police to police the streets, we don't really have a navy anymore. Governments typically are unorganized and useless. Even if they wanted to I don't think they could stop immigration.

     

    I agree they are not bothered whether England remains "English" whatever that means, we're all mixed anyway. But the reason we have an immigrant population is because economics. Not a Mystical group of folks no one has ever met.

     

    There's a whole other thread about mass immigration, and another one on endocrine disrupting chemicals, so I won't labour the point here. But some of us are joining the dots between a system which is defertilising the native population at the same time as opening the gates to very different peoples with no intention of integration. Governments in many other countries have no problem controlling immigration; in the middle east, places like Saudi Arabia and Qatar have guest workers on temporary contracts to fill skill shortages as they don't want to change their whole civilisation, and they seem to recruit enough. 

     

    "we're all mixed anyway" We did have plenty of diversity within the English indigenous population, eg northerners, southerners, west country folk etc but there was a sense of ethnic unity that has been lost now we have so many citizens who identify with other continents. Even if we  end all immigration today imo it'll take hundreds of years and much communal conflict to regain the social cohesion that we've lost. 

  2. 10 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Dollar store anti-zio, Brother Nathanael simping for a man (Putin) that does the bidding of zios by scapegoating Anglos? Zios must be laughing their damn arses off.

     

    I get why out govt would close down RT. What do you think about Aljazeera, whenever I look at them it's wall to wall Gaza. Afaik it's owned by the Qatar govt, and the middle east is divided up into goodies and baddies by our side. Divide and rule? 

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  3. 11 hours ago, pepefrog said:

    " ... we'll need a political system..." -- HUH?  I don't agree with that at all.

     

    We need something to at least ensure a minimum level of law and order. To avoid threats like gangsters, foreign invaders, military coup, revolutionaries, police state and dictatorship etc.  Lots of countries have those when the civilian government becomes too weak and corrupt. Someone else is always waiting in the wings to bring out their weapons and take over. Yes I'm well aware that governments and political parties are controlled by the illuminati but I'm just talking about a baseline of stability for us to build a life and community. 

     

    11 hours ago, pepefrog said:

    You don't want "computer voting"?!  There's no such thing as "computer voting" -- there is just VOTING, and computers can be used to add up the totals because they are perfectly accurate.  Why would you not want accurate counting?  So you want zillions of paper ballots floating all around the place, stacks of papers, with no way to verify your vote was counted, massive ballot fraud?  Really?  That's nuts.  If you are not nuts then you must not be computer literate much... you don't understand what computers are.  They are just calculators, and they put all of the ballots in a nice neat list (a "database").  And that's exactly what we all need.  Throwing computers out the window when they are the perfect solution to election fraud is a bad idea -- elections are the foundation of civilization itself, yet you don't even want to do elections correctly.  Who's side are you on anyways?  You make the point of why we need elections -- so that the wisdom of the many can outweigh the bad ideas of the few.

     

    Just because computers are used in elections does not have anything to do with the "digital identity agenda" at all.  If anything has to do with that, it's 'smart' phones.  We should all get rid of our smart phones if we want to resist the digital identity agenda.

     

    I'm meaning I don't want online voting which needs verification of identity and therefore it's not a secret ballot. My voting could be linked to the rest of my digital 'footprint' in the cloud and stored in a GCHQ database. No thanks. 

    I've no problem with using computers to crunch the numbers after they've been counted and totalled up anonymously. That's already been going on for decades. 

    Where I live we have paper ballot papers which you manually mark with a cross and they get put in sealed boxes and go to a counting room for your constituency to get counted manually in full public view. I did it once, I counted them into batches of 50 and there was a returning officer to check, flicking through the piles, and representatives of the parties closely watching. 

    The ballot papers do have reference numbers on them though, so in theory they could be linked back to your record in the electoral register. But that would be more difficult for the authorities to do secretly, compared with a totally digital system. 

    Yes there's risks of fraud, especially with postal voting which has had some attention, but computer systems can be manipulated too. 

     

  4. 19 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    We all carry a part of God.

     

    This suggests that God is divided up into parts. I'm not judging your beliefs, many others also talk about having a divine spark within us etc. Hindus do namaste to the divine within each person, which is perhaps where the saying comes from that they have 300 million Gods (back when that was the population of India). Others believe that the separation into parts is just appearances and everything is really One. 

    For me spirituality is all about investigating the oneness vs multiplicity, wholeness vs fragmentation, spirit vs ego, duality/nonduality, God/world. However we want to to express it. 

  5. 14 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    >muh deep state

    A vague people that spooks like Clandestine can't even name are apparently in real trouble and it's totally not a grift for his geolopolitically illiterate audience, and they totally won't block anyone that destroys their grift.

     

     

     

    Indeed. We can see the condition of their existing satellite states like Belarus and Mongolia, why would we want to go that way? 

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  6. 11 hours ago, Lilymoon said:

    The government should pay people to have kids and get the locals to have kids not bring in immigration. If people still not having kids even with getting government money if you have kid than put in law only Mom and Dad with 4 kids allowed into the country. NOT what is happening now. The problem is we have housing shortages and over million immigration every year are coming into the country. 

     

    There's two different angles going on within the same discussion here. There's a colourblind economic argument about how to deal with what's called the population_pyramid  so there's enough wealth to support the elderly. There's also an argument about ethnic replacement and whether we should be concerned about being converted from a mostly homogeneous population into a melting pot. 

     

    Clearly the government has no interest in preserving the indigenous tribes. Money is colourblind.  It is precisely because we expect the government to solve all our problems rather than taking responsibility for our own interests that we've got into this state. We have left our own institutions like the home-grown churches, fragmented our extended families and chosen a nanny state whose solution to the problem is to keep us in an infantile condition asking them for solutions. They don't care about us as members of the native culture, they treat everyone the same whether first generation immigrants or indigenous peoples. As long as we all march towards their authoritarian nanny technocracy. 

     

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  7. 5 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    Firstly again to clarify my position on immigration. Ideally I have no problem with free movement of peoples. In practice and given the fact most people believe in separation it has not worked so well and currently I am against it.

     

    My comments on immigration was in response to someone throwing a fit about it being suggested by someone as a real solution to our CURRENT demographic RATIO issues. And I am pointing out it is a rational suggestion whether you or I like it or not and doesn't automatically mean the publisher us a satanic worshipping Sabbatean pedo...as was suggested. It's rational thinking and has been tried and tested....

     

    Immigration of past was not directed at demographic problem. And probably has contributed to it.....

     

    If you're a supporter of free movement rather than government planned immigration that's different, as free movement implies border-lite regions like the EU. 

    Yes immigration has been suggested by a lot of establishment economists, it has been tried ever since Windrush yet here we are with the so-called 'demographic problem' still as bad as ever,  so in view of the fact that the ptb aren't suggesting alternatives it begins to look like they have a very different agenda in mind. 

      

    "Immigration of past was not directed at demographic problem." But just after WW2 the reason given for having Windrush immigration from the Commonwealth was due to a shortage of workers and needing a lot of rebuilding, even though we were entering the baby boom at the same time. In those days the demographic problem was due to the impact of the war and most people thought it would be temporary.  Now it's due to the baby bust, low fertility.  But it's still about having a shortage of working age people so it's demographic both ways. 

  8. 6 hours ago, Mr H said:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13047097/State-pension-age-unsustainable-benefits-taxes.html

     

    Interesting read for those in denial that demographics plays key role in economic policies...

     

    Despite the cul of elderly during covid

     

    "Between 2000 and 2050 the dependency ratio - the proportion of the population aged 65 or over compared to those of working age - is projected to rise from 21.2 per cent to 51.1 per cent."

     

    So just to maintain these "useless eaters" the economy has to grow some and then some.......to enable wealth then you have to grow it some more..

     

    How you gonna grow it with productivity levels dropping, birth rates declining? Maybe something magical happens? Or maybe policy makers put forward practical solutions one being immigration? 

      

    I don't see how any of this is news ... we're at the late stages in this agenda by now. After 75 years of mass immigration and what's called the demographic problem is still just as pressing according to the mainstream. So if immigration hasn't worked after all that time, where's the evidence that we need more of it? 

     

    Also the UK is far from alone in having these kind of trends. I've got a population app which shows a similar trajectory over the rest of this century for many other countries, some much larger than us like China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Russia, Japan. It predicts the entire global population will peak at around the end of this century and then decline. So even if we do continue with the mass immigration strategy, it's at best only a medium term policy for a limited part of the world. Eventually there won't be enough immigrants to go round. Then what do the politicians do? 

     

    Predictions can be wrong of course, and it uses UN population figures so I'm taking it with a pinch of salt but the world population will level off at some point. There is a strong correlation between high per capita income and low fertility levels, so using immigration to prop up GDP is a self defeating strategy which seems to be leading us into an evolutionary dead end. 

     

    49 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    We need a folk revival big time.

     

    I agree with this we need to change on a deeper level than just economics.  Of culture, faith, folk and family. 

     

    Edit: nothing personal Mr H, but please understand that when my ethnic group gets threatened I'll get triggered and want to save us. 

     

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  9. They have some social media presence (facebook, instagram, gab etc) but don't appear very active. Looks like an American organisation with leanings toward Christianity. Fair play to them, without the family we're in an evolutionary dead end. 

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  10. 9 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

     it’s estimated that as of 2023, Muslims represent around 6.3% of the UK’s population (4.13 million UK Muslims). This figure is expected to increase, highlighting the growing diversity in the UK. Key areas like London, Birmingham, and Manchester have seen a noticeable increase in the Muslim population, with Muslims in the UK predominantly residing in urban centers.

     

    We can see the effects of the growing Muslim influence with the politicians' difficulty deciding whether to call for a ceasefire or "pause" in the Gaza war. They're caught in the cabal's trap between the two sides, opposing antisemitism vs supporting Palestinian human rights.  

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  11. 1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

    UK armed forces not ready for high-intensity war, MPs warn

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-68181275

     

    good

    The Commons defence committee said personnel were leaving faster than they could be recruited

     

    hand out those guns

    Last month, General Sir Patrick Sanders, the head of the Army and outgoing Chief of the General Staff. called for the country to train a volunteer "citizen army" ready to fight a land war

     

    Citizen army? What happened to the Territorial Army, I thought that's what they were for? Or the reserve, whatever it's called now. 

     

    Perhaps we could use mercenaries, plenty of other countries use proxies to fight against us after all. 

     

     

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  12. However painful it may be, I think we'll always need a political system for the worldly dimension of life. I try to find the least worst option outside the MSP (mainstream politicians). 

     

    I don't want computer voting, which would be used to push the digital identity agenda. 

     

    PS welcome to the forum @pepefrog great first post !

  13. She's Swedish and must have a big carbon footprint coming over here for her protests. We have our own eco protesters, why bring Greta over unless for a publicity stunt. 

     

    I love Swedes in general though, happy to have them come over any time, I'm not anti oil 😀 

  14. Surge in businesses facing “near collapse”  

     

    Financial pain across all industry sectors as the debt storm that has been brewing for years looks to be breaking across the UK.

     

    The final three months of 2023 saw a worrying jump in businesses facing a ‘critical’ level of financial distress, resulting in more than 47,000 companies now facing near collapse, according to new data.

    Analysis by Begbies Traynor found that none of the 22 industry sectors it analysed are immune to the wave of financial pain. Meanwhile, there are serious concerns over bellwether sectors such as construction and real estate, between them representing nearly 30% of all businesses facing serious financial distress, insolvency and restructuring, the analysis revealed.

    Julie Palmer, a partner at Begbies Traynor, says that over the past year companies have had to contend with high interest rates, rampant inflation, weak consumer confidence and rising and unpredictable input costs, which are now creating a perfect storm impacting every corner of the economy.

    “Now that the era of cheap money is firmly a thing of the past, hundreds of thousands of businesses in the UK, which loaded up on affordable debt during those halcyon days, are now coming to terms with the added burden this will have on their finances,” Palmer says.

    Historically, a large percentage of the businesses identified by Begbies Traynor’s analysis as being in urgent financial distress “will enter insolvency over the course of the next year”, the firm says.

     

    https://www.icaew.com/insights/viewpoints-on-the-news/2024/jan-2024/surge-in-businesses-facing-near-collapse 

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  15. 2 hours ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

    If the numbers add to 1923, that might be the year the library was completed, as its' official opening was the following year in 1924.

     

    I get 4 different answers using my different options: 1911, 1913, 1921 & 1923. So you may be right.  

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  16. 6 hours ago, octoplex said:

     

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    I have a feeling that the inconsistent size of the letters indicates a hidden meaning . Any ideas?

     

    Either way, does anyone here doubt this school is entwined with the Freemasons (the pedo-bullshit-gang)? 

     

    Roman numerals perhaps? It looks like: 

    CC  LI  VV  LVC  DIV  MI  

     

    I can't make it out because they don't all fit the rules, eg VV, LVC 

    CC = 200 

    LI =     51

    VV =  ? maybe 5 & 5

    LVC =  ? maybe 50 & 95 or 55  & 100 

    DIV =  504  or could be DI & V ie  501 & 5 

    MI =   1001 or could be M & I ie 1000 & 1  

     

    The whole phrase translates as "Behold, your book is a light for my feet" which is a quote from Psalm 119. So maybe it's a Bible code to pick out certain letters from the Psalm and decode a word? 

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  17. 2 hours ago, Ethel said:

    Today I tried to confide in the only 'friend' I have in this world. I wanted to be honest with him about how I felt. I was in physical and emotional pain. He is incapable of accepting or acknowledging others suffering. His response to being told that I am not okay is usually to reverse the statement by saying something like "but you're okay though"? Today he surpassed himself. He asked me how I was and I said "I've been better", only he misread the statement and interpreted it as "I've been a lot better since I saw you". 

     

    Even when I try to be honest about how I feel nobody fucking hears me. 

     

    I am having a crisis of faith just now. A part of me wants to fucking die. When I look at all of the suffering in the world, including my own, and I look back at the abuse from childhood and adolescence and adulthood and the being treated like a human toilet by members of my own family I wonder why our God is a non-interventionist one. 

     

    And then immediately feel guilty for having done so. 

     

    Sorry to hear that Ethel. I guess some people just aren't good at empathy, it could be they feel uncomfortable seeing someone else's pain. 

    I'd have thought that Christianity's imagery of the passion and suffering of Jesus would spark some compassion in his followers. 

    I hope you can find someone to talk to. 

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  18. 2 hours ago, Mr H said:

    I think an important question also is.

     

    What is God? Important if we are to decide whether he is good or bad. What is God when we reference the name?

     

    Postmodernists will have a field day with this one. As in, religions are language games where the rules of the game (definitions, authorities, truths etc) are internal to the community of believers, and religion is relative truth. 

     

    They do have a point though, there's very little we can all agree on when there's no objective evidence to go by. I can give my subjective opinion, but laid alongside other folks' subjective opinions, how can we know if we've achieved anything more than relative truth? 

  19. 2 hours ago, sphere555 said:

    That's not it.  16:10 IS the golden ratio!

     

    BTW, so if anyone don't get the OP, Papa bear is the Golden Ratio 16:10, while Mama bear is the ubiquitous 16:9 ratio of most modern TVs.

     

    Obviously, Baby bear will sit in between Papa bear and Mama bear.

     

    So, plz let's hear more suggestions about Baby bear!

     

    Ok then 😀  . But does the Goldilocks story itself have any esoteric meanings? It might help think of a number. I've long suspected that fairy stories contain hidden meanings but haven't found a good source. 

  20. Mention of Goldielocks made me think of the golden ratio, but that's too big about 1.618033 or (1 + √5)/2. So if we take the reciprocal 

    2/(1+√5) = 0.618033...

    Which is within your range. Tho it's got more than 3 decimal places, is that a problem? 

    Interestingly, 1/GR = 1 - GR which I didn't know before. 

    The GR has a long history, going back to the ancient world, there's a bit of information here: 

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio

  21. 9 hours ago, DaleP said:

    Magic is nothing more than an equation which is yet to be discovered by science.

    You go back in time with your iphone and show people your downloaded video. They'd think it's some kind of sorcery that you put these people inside of your phone. lol

     

    Ok it would. I was thinking in terms of religion, like a communion service, as a magical ritual. 

  22. 12 hours ago, DaleP said:

    Sorry to quote the bible but "In the beginning was the Word (frequency/vibration), and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.... The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us."

    You utter words called prayer some call it curse e.g. "I am going to create a castle!" and that becomes flesh i.e. 3D reality. So imo, this is true.

     

    Others might call it magic, all these names are true. 

  23. 3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    That's the quandary. No-one in their right mind would ever admit to being a Sabbatean, so all we can do is rely on other researcher's diligent work, or draw our own conclusions.

     

    It would appear that the US is 'running the show' on the surface, but it's president and government are merely puppets of what David Icke used to call this 'hidden hand'.

     

    This is an area of ongoing research so it's better if we can work together and share information and theories in a constructive spirit, even if we may not all be drawing the same conclusions. 

     

    As far as the official sources go, the main group of active Sabbateans today seem to be a remnant of the Donmeh living in Turkey. But whether there are any high ranking and powerful members there is uncertain to me. There's some good information earlier in the thread about the movement going underground and surviving as interconnected family bloodlines; there are of course various Kabbalist, messianic and supremacist movements in the extreme fringes of the mainstream religions (the left-hand paths); there are cartels in the business worlds of banking, oil, big pharma etc which are weaponised against the ordinary people. 

      

    So the research is looking for connections between the various aspects and see if there is a bigger agenda, pointing to an underground 'hidden hand' linking it all together. Now the Sabbateans aren't the only heretical group which became powerful only to be suppressed by governments. The Templars were, in the mainstream history, crushed by the King of France (together with the Papacy and other governments); the Bavarian Illuminati were closed down by the Bavarian government; and all 3 have persistent reports that they went underground, or morphed into other organisations to continue their work. The Freemasons were suppressed at the same time as the Illuminati in Bavaria, but overall the Freemasons survived and even grew with the Scottish Rite taking root. So if there is this hidden hand wouldn't it be present in these other movements too? 

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