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  1. 4 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

    Like you, I have noticed how the alternative media is as infected with fake news as the mainstream. Richie Allen and Mark Windows refer to it as the "truther industrial complex" and I think they have a point.

     

    “The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.”
    ― Charles Bukowski  

     

    Though imo this isn't really a problem, it's a feature of the world that truth doesn't come easy and lots of people are lazy - including me sometimes lol 😅

     

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  2. On 4/2/2024 at 9:13 PM, Mr H said:

    Can someone tell me why early christians used the hooked cross symbol a lot?

     

    Only guess I have currently is that the symbol is sun related and Christianity has roots in paganism?

      

    I looked up the hooked cross on the internet and it came up with the swastika. Is that what you mean by it? If so I didn't know that about the early Christians, afaik it's an ancient symbol dating back to the stone age. 

  3. On 4/4/2024 at 9:26 PM, DaleP said:

    Generally, when you move to a country very different from ours e.g. live in India or in Amazon..... most people will appreciateand respect their culture and tradition and try to live like them. They live that way because the climate or environment is very different from ours hence the way of living also changes etc Another thing is that they may not appreciate what we are accustomed to etc. You can see what is happening with a surge of immigration all over the world.

     

     Yes, healthy cultures, traditions and religions are close to nature, close to the geography and climate they are rooted in.  Even the human body adapts to suit the environment it needs to survive in. Mass immigration tries to undermine this and is a huge social experiment creating large swathes of population who don't identify with the land they inhabit. 

     

    On 4/4/2024 at 9:26 PM, DaleP said:

    When you die, when you lose your meat suit and become an energetic being, then different rules apply on the other side.

    This world is of light or shall I say Yang (masculine) and the other side is Yin (feminin). If you know the nature of Yin&Yang, you know male gives whereas female takes or absorbs. So basically in the world of Yin, you need to be possessing Yin field to avoid being affected. This world is naturally or mostly Yang aside from some who became to possess yin field for one reason or another. I'd say that those that possesses psychic ability, empaths have a yin field because psychics absorbs the information coming off from antoher being, plants, animals, environment etc. If you have giving energetic body, you will become entities food source when you die and if not already happening now. You are all being eaten and you don't know it because you can't see or feel psychically. Energy is the cash in the other world. In fact, energy is cash in this world too. Look at Rothschilds, they were siphoning energy from everyone via rituals that money just come to them.

     

    So we lose our 'meat suit' to gain another, 'energy suit' with rather similar assaults on our wellbeing to steal our health and prosperity.  Greed, selfishness, ego, basically the same as what we have here. I do have a slight problem with the idea of a matter-energy duality that can be separated: energy without matter in other words, how is that possible? 

    I have no first-hand experience to draw on, but I don't see why we can't continue relationships with the family and friends we had in life here. Relationship is an example of energy in motion (process) and it's not the purpose of life to store up energy; we take in energy as food etc to convert it into an active life.  I know I'm going to die eventually and will need to let go and pass on to the next generation. 

     

    On 4/4/2024 at 9:26 PM, DaleP said:

    But you will have to overcome from existing prejudice about what we talk about in this forum.

    It is not for love n light people because these new agers are on the positive side and following the archons, Yahweh, Elohim et al. If 666 scares you, which is your unconscious called the beast, then may be not this time around. But if you are willing to face your own demons, be it habits, trauma etc and have time to study then you are likely to save yourself. I have dropped hints all over the forum but people don't follow so I gather that most are not ready. Those that get what I am saying are few and far between. Most are still into finger pointing and that's childish.

     

    None of that scares me because it's not my tradition. But yeah we need to face our fears and other imperfections, not to get rid of them but to make peace and acceptance  because it's the inner conflicts which are the problem. 

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  4. 2 hours ago, Martin1234 said:

    But it's only gain when you withdraw it?

     

    I've gained a lot more than that currently but don't believe I am due to pay cgt until I trigger an event by withdrawing, and this would be tested on what I take out in that tax year. If I withdraw 3k per tax year, I went be gaining any more than the limit, if you see my logic?

     

    If you buy something (let's say a house), you pay cgt on your profits, ie income. You would only pay cgt on the whole house if you sell it again ( that's assuming it was a second property as a rental income investment ).

     

    Another example, if I have a huge pension pot and take a part withdrawal, I only pay tax on the bit I withdraw and but the whole fund.

     

    Not totally crystal on the accuracy re rental rules etc, but you get the gist.

      

    Yes that's right (in the UK). Sorry for any confusion, I thought you were talking about when you were going to sell up and crystallise gains/losses. It's just sale price minus purchase price, and the cycles and halving events etc which happen inbetween aren't relevant for CGT. 

     

    You can also include costs of buying/selling - I don't know if you have any charges with crypto but can be relevant for other assets. 

     

    Houses and pension funds are a bit more complicated but not this topic. 

  5. 4 hours ago, bryan said:

    Starting at 51:15 Jeffrey Sachs explains how the British started promoting hatred against Russia in the 1840's because it was seen as a potential threat to the British Empire. They invented a story that the Russians were planning to invade India. Then Alexander Mercouris tells how the British engineered the Crimean War with the intention of breaking up Russia. He says the propaganda in the press at the time was just like today's anti-Russia reporting in the western media.

     

    I haven't had time to watch the video yet, but why should I believe these people are unbiased? After all, Russia has had anti-British propaganda in their press too. 

     

    The British and Russian royal families were intermarried, there were lots of blood relations between the European royals. So it didn't really matter who won the wars between them, the bloodlines of "The Firm" had both sides covered and would win either way. It's the ordinary folk who get slaughtered and dispossessed.

     

    It's not right to say things like "the British started promoting hatred against Russia".  It makes it sound like it's us ordinary Brits getting up to all this savagery, but at heart we just want to get on with our own lives in our own homeland. Unfortunately we are victims of the propaganda and brainwashed into paying and fighting for the overlords against peoples we have no quarrel with. 

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  6. 8 hours ago, jack121 said:

    Whatever happened to global warming ?  

    British summer time has started, but when i look out of the window all i see is rain and cold winds. When i turn on the media, all i see is : " Global warming. The planet's getting hotter. You're all going to die  !! Unless you pay us £billions, then we'll *Ahem* look into it for you "

     

    Boiling the frog mate. "Global warming" was an earlier stage of the agenda. Back in the 60s & early 70s  it was going to be a new ice age, then came global warming from the 80s, then it was climate change (c. 2000s) and the latest slogan we're supposed to use is climate emergency. I wonder what it'll be next? 

      

    Sometimes it pays to be behind the times (like me!) and see the big picture   I've got more long-sighted as I've got older (in more ways than one).   😀 

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  7. 10 hours ago, RobinJ said:

    No such thing as the anti Christ. Indoctrination programming.

       

    Ok agreed in principle but I think it exists as a mask, a symbolic or mythological front to cover the puppet masters and give us a shadow play. Designed for the Christians; other cultures are given different masks to play out the narrative and hide the real truth. 

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  8. 16 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    iamyesyouareno.jpg

     

     

    Japan has a lot going for it for their ethnic group but there's no room for complacency even there. And you can't pass the buck to the ptb to look after the tribe, we all need to take responsibility to look after ourselves and ensure we have a future.  

     

    https://www.msn.com/en-xl/news/other/news-in-easy-english-japan-ready-to-accept-many-more-foreign-workers/ar-BB1kMYrd   

     

    "TOKYO -- The Japanese government made a decision during a Cabinet meeting on March 29 to include four more areas under the "specified skilled worker" residency status and allow up to 820,000 foreign workers to enter the program until the 2028 fiscal year.

    Opposition to immigration in Japan has lessened due to the country's shrinking population. The addition of four new fields -- automotive transportation, railways, forestry, and the timber industry -- is speeding up preparations to welcome more foreign workers. However, there are challenges, too."

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  9. 43 minutes ago, DaleP said:

    Memory is wiped when majority end up in the underworld and being fed upon by entities down there.

    There are ways to escape this predicament. But you have to dive deep and have strong mind, patience, willingness to learn which many don't have time for. 

     

    Can you expand on this a bit and point us to some of these ways? 

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  10. 21 minutes ago, Martin1234 said:

    I'm not selling before the halving, no way 😂

     

    Think I can withdraw 3k a year with no cgt though? Let's see what happens in a few weeks.

     

    You're waiting until it's dropped more than half? Or do you mean wait for it to drop then bounce back up again? Obviously I don't understand this crypto stuff!! 

     

    With CGT (in the UK) £3k allowance is for your gain rather than how much you withdraw, so it needs a calculation. That's from the 24/25 tax year starting on Saturday. If you sell in this tax year 23/24 it's £6k. Unfortunately you can't carry forward your unused allowance, but if you've got some losses elsewhere you can offset against the gains. I think losses can be carried forward but would need to look into that. 

  11. Yes, i think it's all the pictures taking up memory, I have a similar issue on my old tablet but my new laptop copes with him ok. I like his posts too but unfortunately don't have time to take in all the details. 

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  12. 25 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

    The story on this side of the pond is that Charles has pancreatic cancer and has been given a short time to live. The source is really suspect but take it for what it's worth.  https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/king-charles-given-2-years-154317463.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=fb&tsrc=fb

      

    I can't clearly connect the dots yet but is it just a coincidence that the Royals' cancer announcements came not long after the MSM has stopped talking about Putin having cancer?   Unless I've missed something and the Putin cancer reports are still appearing.  

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  13. 1 hour ago, DaleP said:

    It's a dilemma, isn't it?

    To own or not to own. That is the question. 😁

     

    It's a no for me. But hypothetically, if I were to buy there's also the question of when. It looks pricey at the moment so if I had some spare cash (ha ha) I'd wait for it to drop. 

    https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/quote/BTC-GBP   (click on the 'max' timescale) 

     

    It looks very volatile and afaik there's no income with this type of asset (such as dividends you get with shares) so it's all down to capital gain. It's a case of timing the market: when has it peaked and troughed?  I don't really fancy my chances of figuring that out  🙄 

  14. 9 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

    The latter especially with regards to a lottery win- how many lottery winners have just bought the ticket with no belief they'd be the jackpot winner? They did nothing (such as making vision boards or chanting I will win the lottery jackpot over and over again) to make themselves win- it was just random luck.

     

    Lol yes, that's how adverts for the lotteries work. The TV advert is itself a vision board and always shows someone winning or saying something like "it could be you" to install the belief or image of ME willing the lottery and what I want to do with the money. They never show all the losers!  Of course it's all reverse logic, it's the lottery company making money not the 99.9% of punters. If you want to make money out of the lottery you'd be better off buying shares in the lottery company but even that's not guaranteed. 

  15. "This has been going on for 75 years."  

     

    I was looking up the UN partition plan to check the borders they voted for, which neither the Israelis or Palestinians seem to agree with. As well as the maps it also says "the plan was not implemented." The UN also terminated the British mandate at the same time and effectively walked away from the conflict; on the very next day war broke out when some Arab countries invaded. The UN recognised Israel by admitting them into full UN membership in 1949 but have only been given observer status, with the USA vetoing full membership.   

     

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

     

    So yeah it's been going on for 75 years at least, or we could say longer than that if you include the terrorist fighting during the British Mandate. 

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    2 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Been listening to Shaun Attwood prison fight stories. Quite riveting.

     

    One disclosed an awesome tactic I never considered. When attacker goes for the head shot. Lower your head - they break their hand. 

      

    How do they break their hand, you mean if they hit the wall instead? 

     

    I'm still wondering whether to take up Taekwondo for self-defence as well as general fitness but not sure if it's the best one to learn. 

  17. 2 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Does anyone around here still drinking tea? What's with all this continental coffee drinking?

     

    Me - a proper brew like Yorkshire tea of course 😀 

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  18. @Mr H   That's a fair point and I certainly wouldn't trust just any English people enough to let them into my home merely because we're from the same culture. I can say I do love my people but it's a broad use of the term because I can't be friends with them all.  There's already lot of diversity within my native country and as a northerner it feels very different from the culture in Essex boys example.  

      

    I am envious of other peoples when I see them closing ranks and defending each other against external attacks and insults, whereas there's something in the English psyche at the moment where we don't stand together but are happy to openly criticise, beat ourselves up and wash our dirty laundry in public. As it stands, I don't think our culture can survive very long in this state and I think a certain amount of clubbing together and in-group preference is necessary to just keep going in a competitive and often hostile world. For sure patriotism does idealise and romanticise the nation, and none is perfect, but I do believe that humans need a community around us to survive and prosper, and patriotism is the idea of community expanded onto a national scale. At the very least we need some way to defend ourselves against the relentless divide and rule strategy that's used against us. 

     

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  19. 2 hours ago, pi3141 said:

    Well lets see pictures of the tunnel systems the IDF found there and elsewhere, that will confirm Hamas are using civilian facilities for military operations.

     

    Then there's no doubt.

     

    That will confirm Hamas are putting civilians on the Battlefield, that indicates Hamas are using its own people as sacrificial lambs to their cause and it is Hamas who are using Genocide as a military tactic.

       

    I wish I had your confidence that we will get unbiased evidence to make an objective view, but I suspect that both sides will cherry-pick what they tell us. 

     

    In any case, Hamas (or most other terrorist groups) wouldn't last very long in a conventional pitched open battlefield against a modern army. The only way they survive is to use guerrilla tactics, hide among civilians, don't wear uniforms etc. I don't like what they're doing any more than you, but if you look at it from their point of view, how else can they oppose Israel's domination of their country without getting walked all over? Like in the West Bank where the Palestinian Authority have taken a more peaceful path, their land is being occupied by Israeli settlements, so it's not a very good role model is it?  What would you suggest the Gazans do to improve their desperate situation?  I wish I had some hope to offer them as an alternative to this horror. 

     

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  20. You're leaving us Mac? I don't know if you'll ever read this but I'll be sorry to see you go, and thanks for the good work you've done here. I expect you're right about the digital IDs but ironically without sites like this I'd not be so well warned about them. Yes the net is closing in around us on all sides, whatever freedom of speech we had is already gone and I often get depressed about the state of our civilisation. I hold a faint hope that the cult is overplaying its hand and over-reaching itself, like Napoleon or Hitler, and the natural order will get to reassert itself, but I fear even this hope will be laced with much suffering and loss. 

     

    By way of a sign, a random quote popped into my head yesterday: 'things fall apart, the centre cannot hold'. I didn't know where it came from (it sounded a bit like a Chinese proverb to me) but it's actually a line from Yeats' poem The Second Coming. The first verse is:  

     

    "The Second Coming 


    Turning and turning in the widening gyre
    The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
    Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
    The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity." 

     

    Our loss will be the soil's gain. 😀 

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  21. 19 minutes ago, truther79 said:

    Are there rumours then that Kate and William have been playing away or?

     

    I don't have proof of that, but it seems that a lot of the Royals are coy about wearing their wedding rings in public. Neither Kate nor William do so regularly, Charles wears his on his little finger next to a signet ring, Phillip and Andrew don't wear them. 

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  22. 4 hours ago, cia said:

    Interestingly, even Koenraad Elst (scholar who was ostracized for not agreeing with the crooks in academia) realizes that the Modi government is just using his "Hinduness" for votes, but is doing nothing at all for Hindus, and is in fact to some extent still appeasing Muslims. Even he realizes they're both on the same side

     

    Thanks cia. And can I hazard a guess that those academics aren't using their critical theory to apply the same logic to the Pakistani religious-political scene? 

    If so (and it's certainly the case over here in western Europe), it's worth looking into why Muslims are portrayed as the darlings of the left. One theory I have is because Islam is a universalist religion, like Catholicism, which is more amenable to racial and ethnic mixing than folkish religions like Hinduism, and therefore more amenable to a globalist world order. 

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