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  1. No I'm not pro, but I only joined the forum after having the jabs.
  2. Yeah, like there's all that dark matter and dark energy which I'm not really up to speed with. "If it's infinite it has infinite room to exspand into ie you half infinity it's still infinitely large" I can see why this is unsatisfactory tho I thought the conventional idea was a finite size for the universe based on its age of 13.8 billion years and the speed of light as the max speed. Although I vaguely remember that the cosmologists still introduce fudge-factors like inflation to super-size the expansion and something else to explain the lack of symmetry. So as a theory the big bang is rather cobbled together and inelegant. That's a new one to me, haven't had time to watch the video yet but I'm open to new ideas.
  3. So it's rather like the common cold, which evolves faster than we can create vaccines so unless you are especially vulnerable you may as well just catch the virus and get natural / herd immunity. Which was Bojo's original strategy before he got slapped down and made to follow the script.
  4. It's a constitutional monarchy, meaning that the monarch has theoretical power but in practice their wings are clipped so it's the politicians who're in charge (supposedly). Although we famously don't have a written constitution so that kind of contradicts what I just said about constitutional monarchy Did the monarchy own slaves or have business interests in the slave trade during this time period, which I take to mean after the civil war when the absolute status of god-given monarchy was abolished? Well perhaps indirectly if their income came from taxes taken from businesses which were involved, but that's making it a bit murky. After all, a constitutional monarch is supposed to be politically independent and impartial so if they campaigned for abolition wouldn't that be a violation? Even if you could untangle who should pay reparations, there's also the question of who should receive them? Who are the victims of historical slavery still alive? How do you disentangle that from present day corruption, incompetence and negligence?
  5. Thanks ... and funnily enough I only caught 'covid' (ie had positive LFT tests) after my 3 jabs. My children didn't and haven't been jabbed yet although I'm expecting to get some family pressure to continue with the jabbing due to elderly relatives needing to be protected from infection via the younger ones. Luckily though the whole covid agenda is out of the news at the mo, so not on most people's radar - it's scary how much our thinking and behaviour is just a reaction to the mass media. There's also the narrative around the vaccine protection not lasting very long, unlike with other viruses as far as I understand it. I mean, according to the narrative, I've already had 3 jabs plus been infected with the flippin virus, so why aren't I full of antibodies to protect me without needing more jabs?
  6. That's right, I remember now. Einstein introduced a fudge factor into his equations didn't he, a constant to make them agree with steady state rather than big bang because of his bias. If only he'd left that out he would have predicted the big bang ahead of the others. In any case, both theories need to explain the red-shift of the galaxies, understood as them moving apart. In another life I'd have been a cosmologist, but I have an itch which I can't quite scratch which tells me there's more to this than we realise. If the universe is supposed to be expanding, what is it expanding into? By definition, space-time itself has no boundary with an inside and an outside.
  7. "Nothing" is a paradox in itself. After all you need to have a concept of nothingness to be able to think about it in the first place, which seems to contradict the definition of nothing. Similarly, "everything" (which is a synonym for the universe) is also paradoxical because every idea of it is formed within it. You can't have an objective understanding of everything. "Then all of a sudden, something suddenly existed. Errr...how?" I guess space-time would need to exist before or simultaneously with anything else. There would be no "sudden" or "suddenly" unless there was time.
  8. This reminds me of the Steady State Model (alternative to the Big Bang) which was a respectable theory with a minority support until the cosmic background microwave radiation was discovered in 1964 which (for reasons I can't remember) favoured the Big Bang.
  9. Lol then they'll have to rename the college because "Prince" is a gendered and elitist aristocrat name - perhaps "Non-binary-child-town" would do? Also if they ban the Bible, then if logic has any bearing they'd have to ban just about every other book and burn their whole library down because how many use non-gendered language even now?
  10. I've heard of something analogous to this in humans. If someone experiences a sufficient level of trauma, it affects the neural pathways of the brain and results in a something like PTSD, where the person goes into uncontrolled survival mode, and their 'reptile brain' FFF flight-fight-freeze mechanism sets in, over-riding the higher cortex rational thinking process. Think of soldiers suffering repeated trauma in the battlefield, or stuck in a catch-22 like those poor rats. It's even more serious in children with their developing brains. The situation we're in today does perhaps involve experiencing numerous micro-traumas which our bodies & minds haven't evolved to deal with, so I can relate to this.
  11. This gives me a glimmer of hope: if they are still rolling out boosters then maybe the 3 jabs I had won't be enough to do whatever it is that's intended.
  12. This is a major part of the cult agenda, to deprive us of ownership of land, and access to common lands so they can control us more easily; it basically sums up the history of the aristocracy in a nutshell. Also increasing the urban population living in flats dependent on supermarkets for food.
  13. It's part of the brainwashing that we don't have enough genuine face-to face community to know each other as individuals. Instead we are taught by the cult's system to generalise about each other according to the demographic categories we assume them to belong to (there's a name for it which I can't remember right now). So the reality of actual people becomes subsumed under the various simplistic stories of eg, all black people are victims of all white people's oppression. And the simplistic stories, being simple soundbites are easier to promote and indoctrinate us with, compared with the truth of a complex and nuanced history. Even 'black and white' is an oversimplification. Whites as well as blacks absorb this evil from childhood; it's designed to create one angry group outpouring their feelings onto another group of chastened, willing victims who believe they deserve all this. It's then storing up another history of oppression the other way round, which will have its own programmed response later on. All the while, the cult is becoming more empowered by its control over us.
  14. In that case, Bojo is still prime minister rather than Liz and the current govt is a phoney. Unless the handover was made in secret by Charles before the official proclamation, but in then would it be legal.
  15. Speaking of flu jabs. I wised up to all this too late to avoid having the covid jabs, and I used to have flu jabs yearly as well. Now I don't know what treatments to trust, after all there's nothing special about covid jabs and any injection could be used as a vehicle for giving us their stuff.
  16. Thanks Mac, I'm out of likes today but will bookmark these to watch later.
  17. Isn't it ironic that Chinese mobile tech was supposedly banned from 5G because they will spy on us, but now these spy cameras are being installed. The narrative doesn't add up here so no wonder this is being done quietly.
  18. This discussion on individualism vs collectivism has clarified my mind somewhat. Totalitarian better describes their endgame I think, a regime which stops independent collectives from organising themselves outside of corporate/state control. Just like China in fact.
  19. Edit: not only a powerful state, but a state-corporate complex coupled with a phoney individualism. We're hardly self-sufficient, that's the point. Agreed. Although for a lie to be convincing it has to be covered over with some truth: we do need social justice, I have no problem with SJ itself. The problem is, the SJ warriors have fallen for the deception about who is causing the injustice; with its conclusion that if we remove the white people (at least from power if not altogether), then the injustice will similarly disappear. When the white peoples have been reduced to minorities everywhere and are no longer useful as sacrificial scapegoats, we will have served our purpose and the agenda will move on.
  20. If you don't get jabbed, they can now spray you with the vax. If it can be put into an inhalable form you can be given it without even realising, such as through the air conditioning. 'China approves world's first inhalable COVID-19 vaccine Chinese drug regulators have approved the world's first inhalable COVID-19 vaccine, made by Tianjin-based manufacturer CanSino Biologics, boosting the company's share price by seven percent on Monday. The National Medical Products Administration gave the go-ahead for the vaccine for emergency use as a booster, the company said in a statement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Sunday. Following the announcement, company shares surged 14 percent on Monday morning before closing 7.1 percent higher than their opening value. The needle-free vaccine—which can be stored and administered more easily than intramuscular jabs—will be given through a nebuliser, the company said. "The approval will have a positive impact on the company's performance if the vaccine is subsequently purchased and used by relevant government agencies," the statement added.' https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-09-china-world-inhalable-covid-vaccine.html
  21. I've noticed that a lot of people here talk about waking up or awaking to things like the conspiracies and cult agendas. Can the similarity be a coincidence? I'm picking up on this because I'm also interested in spirituality where people talk of having awakenings, this probably derives from Buddhism because Buddha means an awakened person. It's off topic here, so I'll take it up in another thread.
  22. "Woke" is a delusion: they are pawns of the elite, who need scapegoats to cover up their crimes so that ordinary people get the blame. At the moment it is the white working and middle classes who are in the firing line, and imo the plan is that we will only start to resist when we are sufficiently diluted to make any opposition into a brutal struggle, which they will exploit. I need to do more research but at the moment I put the start of the West's decline at the time of the first world war. It was after that trauma we started to become demoralised at the idea of progress, had smaller families, left our religion and looked more to government to solve our problems. This accelerated with the depression and WW2, and since then we have been ever more drawn into a life of technology and individualism under the umbrella of an increasingly powerful state.
  23. Coming back on topic (this thread was what originally got me into this forum), part of the anti-white agenda is to make us feel less native, and disconnected from nature in our homeland by flooding our senses with technology, international input instead of local, hating our history and having alienated identities. Just consider the religious phrase 'in the world but not of it.' It's designed to give the belief that our true home is somewhere else rather than the land under our feet.
  24. It's a complex story, as people are still emigrating there so roots in the land will vary greatly. As it happens, we've traced our own family tree in the British Isles about as far as the first European exploration and emigration to Aus/NZ*. That's about 10 or 12 generations, and I feel native here, so for those families who've worked on the Australian land and seas for that long, I'd have no hesitation calling them native, if they want it, whatever the circumstances of their ancestors who originally arrived; the sins of the fathers and all that. * I've just realised how 'colonisation' vs 'migration' is yet another politicised stick used to beat up the white Europeans. We're made to feel guilty about our moves round the world (colonisation).
  25. If like me you find forums easier to navigate, there's a good group for general homesteading at groups.io called Prudent Living https://prudent-living.groups.io/g/main but I'm not sure how much you can see without a login. "Here we are dedicated to teaching and sharing all things Frugal, Self-Sufficient and Self-Sustaining. This is a group where we can collectively share and learn from others on how to DIY, whether it be gardening, home repairs, homesteading, self-reliance, self-sufficiency, permaculture, organics, making your own products, economical cooking, home remedies, auto repairs, and much, much more."
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