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  1. Back in the 80s I knew a geologist who told me that they already knew about oil in Antarctica but it was being kept secret from the public, because it was supposed to be a protected area. So this isn't a new discovery but most likely the ptb have decided the time is right to public with it, and for good measure are incorporating it into the geopolitical conflict between Russia and the West.
  2. Thanks webtrekker, Game Theory makes interesting reading especially how it can be applied to real-life situations like how to deal with the climate change agenda, or doing trade deals. And how to cooperate vs compete with other people generally.
  3. In other words, tit for tat. A good strategy. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tit_for_tat
  4. Man, I'm glad I'm not a member of one of those religions. I can see the attraction for Jews in having a prophecy about their God promising them a homeland, but it puts the others in a conundrum. Their religions (Christianity and Islam etc) include in their scriptures the tribal lore of a different people to them, which promotes the interests of that other tribe, and creates a kind of conflict of interest in their relations with that tribe. The Palestinians for instance have an instinctive urge to protect their own lands, yet if they reject the Israeli claim to the same land, they're undermining the prophets which their own religion (and therefore identity) is founded on too. It's so much easier to stick with your own Gods "But ignoring God's care and protection of Israel is extremely dangerous. The land of Israel is so important to God that, according to Deuteronomy 11:12, it is "a land for which the Lord your God cares; the eyes of the Lord your God are always on it, from the beginning of the year to the very end of the year." "
  5. I don't blame the ordinary people of Israel and Palestine, I'm beginning to think this whole situation was set up from the start as a perpetual conflict zone which won't achieve peace until the overlords decide the time is right. It's like a global psyop keeping us all in a state of choosing sides in the multipolar power plays, with wars in the middle east and the backlash terrorism.
  6. By 'the holy land' we usually mean the whole of Israel + Palestine, but you seem to mean just Jerusalem here as far as I can see. In that case, yes the UN partition plan was for Jerusalem to be a neutral area but I don't think the UN ever provided for any security or governance after the British mandate finished so it was just an aspiration without any substance. I can understand Israel temporarily occupying land during the conflicts you mention of 1948, 1967 etc but they have no right to continue to occupy Palestinian (or Syrian land for that matter) that was was not assigned to Israel in the partition plan. If they still respect the plan, which was the basis of the new states of Israel and Palestine being set up. If they want to hold the moral high ground, shouldn't they withdraw to the borders in the plan in the wiki page below and let Palestine have their share of the land free of interference? Or if not, we're back to square one and the partition plan is finished. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Partition_Plan_for_Palestine
  7. Indeed. But a breeding contest is exactly what the ptb have put us into because they want us (ordinary folks) looking down and competing against each other instead of looking up at them. Of course they're not going to ask for our permission to carry out their agenda, but when enough people start noticing they just make vague promises which never materialise (eg with the Tories on limiting immigration). Not only do they have no intention of deporting people, they also have no intention of controlling the borders, instead they waffle on about how hard it is at the same time as sending our military capability (which could do the job) abroad to the middle east and Ukraine, creating more migrants in the process. Alternative commentators like David Icke rightly stress the importance of exposing information about the agendas, but it still remains at an atomised individualistic level which hasn't generated the groundswell to make a serious challenge yet, apart from giving them an excuse to ramp up on censorship and containment. I'm of the view that we need to re-member our communities (tribes) to create a bulwark against oppression, but how to do that without being infiltrated and subverted is the issue.
  8. I don't get your logic ... the first ones there get it all to themselves? In that case the Pagans should get it
  9. "Politics is the entertainment division of the Military-Industrial Complex." Disputed, possibly Frank Zappa.
  10. Hi Bryan, I don't know which experts you're referring to but it doesn't surprise me in the least that spooks like the CIA present different faces to different people as they are masters of deception and double speak. I saw story about Anthony Blunt today, the MI5 spy who was a double agent for Russia and was linked with secret societies like the Cambridge Apostles and the Amici fraternity. It turns out he was also probably spying for the Nazis in WW2 and facing opposite ways. What's the common thread when we see apparently contradictory information like this? Maybe there's a puppet master working higher up the pyramid than individual countries, or maybe it's that both cases are actually serving the same end of causing disruption and damage to traditional native European civilisation. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13358811/Soviet-traitor-Cambridge-Five-spy-member-Anthony-Blunt-secrets-Nazis-deaths-Allied-troops-new-book.html https://www.gbnews.com/news/mi5-double-agent-soviet-spy-nazi-mole-anthony-blunt https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Blunt http://wikibin.org/articles/the-honorable-fraternity-of-the-amici.html
  11. What's a humanity wave? I'm a boomer generation (ie older ) but I'm a little Englander and think we should be neutral, ie just contribute to humanitarian aid but keep out of the middle east and stop calling either side allies or terrorists etc.
  12. Could be a coincidence but I tuned into Al Jazeera briefly yesterday and they were reporting on a story about Turkey starting to boycott trade with Israel. Their channel is practically 24/7 about Gaza at the moment. https://www.aljazeera.com/program/inside-story/2024/5/4/how-effective-is-turkeys-ban-on-trade-with-israel
  13. But how is all that any more superstitious than praying to God or any of the other rituals associated with a regular religious service?
  14. I don't belong to Quora, there's plenty of religious discussion here. I was just wondering if you agree with him. Anyway his article seems aimed at people already in the Christian churches, not someone like me who's a Pagan outside them. Half of the things he mentions aren't specifically Pagan anyway like demons, zombies, vampires, ghosts and crystals.
  15. Thanks WJ, what's your take on this, is it your thoughts after the part in quotes? I've no quarrel with Christian churches if they respect my freedom of religion, but this looks to be quite combative and critical of things which others may value in their spirituality, which he generalises as 'paganism'.
  16. I wonder why we're indoctrinated by the MSM to continue using her maiden name and call her 'Kate Middleton'. I don't remember doing that with Diana, she was Lady Di / Princess Di. I know the royals have an aversion to using surnames unlike the rest of us, but why keep using her old name? Perhaps there is some kind of breakup that's been planned for the future.
  17. This has echoes of Odin the one-eyed God with his two ravens Huginn and Muninn who are his lookouts, flying around Midgard (our world / middle earth) bringing him information. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huginn_and_Muninn
  18. I was thinking about that quote and comparing to the conflict in Northern Ireland. Over there they supposedly had the end of the troubles with the Good Friday Agreement engineered by Tony Blair and Mo Mowlam, but the long-term plan is to swamp Ireland with mass immigration once the dust has settled on the locals fighting their brother wars. So yes, the war is continuous but it continues by other means.
  19. I've got one similar but I expect it'd take a long time to pay for itself with the leccy bill. I got it for taking on travels and holidays where there's no power supply like on the sunbed next to the pool with a drink in my other hand
  20. Cheers but it was 1velocity7's question. Interesting story though.
  21. I sometimes vote for one of the smaller parties just to try and get us out of the two party state we're locked into with the voting system, but invariably the system wins and it's business as usual. And now that trying to replace the current system is deemed as extremism, even something as mild as advocating for proportional representation might get you on the list.
  22. This story cheered me up today, it's good to know that our animal cousins are more similar to us than I thought. "In a first, an orangutan was seen treating his wound with a medicinal plant An orangutan named Rakus hit a rough patch in the summer of 2022. Researchers heard a fight between male orangutans in the treetops of a rainforest in Sumatra, Indonesia; a day later, they spotted Rakus sporting a pink wound below his right eyelid. A chunk of flesh about the size and shape of a puzzle piece was missing. When Rakus, who is most likely in his 30s, belted out a long call, the researchers noticed another wound inside his mouth. Over the next several days, researchers followed Rakus at a distance — and saw something so surprising they wound up reporting it in great detail in the journal Scientific Reports. According to their study, published Thursday, Rakus was observed repeatedly chewing on the leaves of a particular liana plant over several days. The climbing vine is not a typical food for orangutans, but it is known to humans as a pain reliever. On at least one occasion, Rakus made a paste from the chewed leaves and applied it to his face. It’s the first time an animal has been seen applying medicine to a skin wound. “It’s the first documentation of external self-medication — the application of leaves, I would argue, as a poultice, like humans do to treat wounds and pains,” said Michael Huffman, an associate professor at the Wildlife Research Center at Kyoto University in Japan, who was not involved in the new study. Rakus’ wound never showed signs of becoming infected, and it closed up within a week. The discovery is new evidence that orangutans are able to identify and use pain-relieving plants. A growing body of research suggests other animal species also self-medicate, with varying levels of sophistication. The researchers behind the study think that great apes’ ability to identify medicines and treat wounds could trace back to a shared ancestor with humans. " https://www.yahoo.com/news/first-orangutan-seen-treating-wound-150254658.html
  23. I sometimes tune in to Talk TV or Al Jazeera when the adverts on GB News go on too long. Just had a look on wiki and that says they've become internet-only from yesterday. On my freeview TV it says they've changed channels to 294 and that's a blank screen, maybe a data channel (it shows up programs in the TV guide screen). wiki: "Talk (previously known as TalkTV) is an opinion-oriented[a] streaming service launched on 25 April 2022, owned and operated by News UK. The channel initially broadcast on Freeview, Freesat, Sky, Virgin Media and was available via the Internet on YouTube, later deciding in the face of poor viewer ratings to become available as an internet-only service from 30 April 2024. "
  24. There is a type of apricots called Hunza apricots which I used to get but they're hard to find now. https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/hunza_apricots I like regular dried apricots but don't know if they contain much B17.
  25. I'm not blaming it all on Palestinians and Arabs, after all they're just trying to defend their land that's been carved up and occupied by outsiders since the end of WW1. It's effectively the same conflict that's been going on all this time. Would we be brave enough to do the same for our land if it was invaded? Well you could say it's been occupied by outsiders for a lot longer than that, when was Palestine last a free independent country? However they weren't exactly uprising against the Ottoman occupation as far as I know.
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