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  1. 34 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    Kremlin suddenly stops using Orwellian language. It's no longer a "special operation" and it's now a war.

    >Then this happens and the Kremlin gets the pretext that they need.

    Feels bad man.

     

    Nothing has changed in the Ukraine war since last week. So was the Kremlin lying before and telling the truth now, vice-versa or lying both times? Now that they've outed themselves as untrustworthy why bother trying to spin yet more stories and pretexts as if it's any more believable? 

     

    I don't know what to say about Syrian Girl, I've seen her on odysee and she seemed legit but I'll look into this. The narrative is that the forces pushing degeneracy in the West are being resisted by Moscow, so it's like my enemy's enemy is my friend. But that isn't necessarily so when the conspiracy goes deeper than the alt-right want to believe. 

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  2. On 3/21/2024 at 7:02 AM, Mr H said:

    Let me ask you...

     

    Have you ever experienced a time where a decision has risen and you were honestly unable to select that decision? (Other than self imposed restrictions ) Regardless of whether the outcome worked out for you or not. 

     

    Well, I can only think of decisions that are framed within the range of possibilities at the time. Even if I have selected an impossible decision, that's just thoughts in my head, not the freedom to follow it through. 

     

  3. 3 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Sure ok. But mines a bit of a weird story..

     

    I won't share what it is, but how it came to my attention...

     

    I did my first Ayahuasca just prior to the pandemic because I was warned something was soon going down and I had to cleanse myself.

     

    During that first experience, I met Jesus. He gave me a healing, then said, if you ever need me in " real life" say my name.

     

    Fast forward just over a year later. We're in the pandemic, I'm locked up in a house I just lost my dad, I couldn't even bury him. I was a broken person and didn't know what to do with my life - I gave up my job to look after my dad with cancer...

     

    Then I picked up my little black book where I make spiritual notes and started reading for inspiration.

     

    Then I read, if you need help then say my name.

     

    So I thought I'd give it a try.

     

    So I went into meditation and called Jesus and " he" appeared.

     

    I was like, I don't know what I'm meant to be doing can you help me Jesus?

     

    So he started asking me questions like what is it you wanna do. 

     

    And the question was like an arrow which shot into my heart and provided an answer immediately without any thought. Then he proceeded to explain that's why I have had to suffer up until now, because now you have to do Y and you needed to learn about suffering....

     

    Definitely an interesting experience.

     

    There are far easier ways though.

     

    Example one method is to write down all the things you enjoyed as a child or growing up. Try and identity commonalities between them. Then look for service work linked to the chosen commonality. 

     

     

    Sorry to hear about your dad, it's bad enough to lose your parents at any time but in those circumstances it sounds really tough. 

     

    If you're a Christian then I guess Jesus / God the Father already knows your heart and your desires, so him asking you questions is like getting you to open up to yourself and understand why you've got these barriers and walls that inhibit your self-awareness. It sounds like you're getting somewhere. 

     

    My life purpose has been a very winding road which has ended up in a conventional meaning of family life, being a good husband and dad, looking after our home together. As well as being the best person I can be in my extended family and wider community. 

     

    But to get to the point where I could have those ordinary, regular type things involved years, decades even of recovering from my dysfunctional childhood, through depression, anxiety and a lot of wasted time. To find a place to give and accept love and make use of whatever talents I've got. 

     

    I've got a spiritual/religious side too, but I wouldn't really call that a life purpose.  

     

    Edit. I didn't mention about my career, that used to be part of my purpose to earn my living doing something which I liked, and be a traditional breadwinner for the family. But that's over now, I retired recently  🙂  And I don't feel guilty about leaving the workforce when there's all this talk about labour shortages and people dropping out of working since covid. When I left school it was the complete opposite, in Thatcher's Britain I had long-term unemployment too, getting hundreds of job rejections and being unwanted by mainstream society just like many many others. Don't come to me now and say that my generation is workshy, you establishment brought this on yourself. 

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  4. 2 hours ago, Mr H said:

    No 21 year old Londoner can afford a million pound council house...crazy stuffs...

      

    Sadly true, and London is a magnet for foreign oligarchs spreading their wealth around the world to protect it.   There's a similar problem in seaside resorts & holiday areas, rich people buying up second homes or holiday lets and locals can't afford to live there any more. The Welsh tried to kick back against it ages ago but went too far. 

    Solutions some people suggest things like wealth tax, all that does is transfer wealth to the govt. 

  5. 50 minutes ago, shabbirss said:

    this is all very diplomatic and sensible things we are hoping for,
    dare i say, it is just wishful  thinking.

    because

     

    -israel does not honor agreements,
    - hamas does not honor agreements

     

    it is truly mind boggling why the UN does not intervene here - as a neutral 3rd party. 

     

     

    Really the UN should have been in charge of this disaster all along. The British army lost its grip on the situation after WW2 and the mandate was allowed to collapse. Then the UN voted for its partition plan and walked away, leaving the locals to fight it out and the fighting has been grinding on ever since.  Ok they've had the occasional conference and talks between the sides, but neither side has respected the sovereignty of the 1948 borders. 

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  6. 44 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    People often criticize crypto as being a bubble.

     

    I have never seen a bubble bigger than the real estate one. And all bubbles have to pop eventually.....

     

    Germany prices fell nearly 10% just last year...

     

    Could this be the start of "the pop"?

     

    Interesting thing about this asset class bubble been going on so long, we have a generation who believe in houses only go up in prices..... 

     

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2024/03/22/ftse-100-markets-latest-uk-retail-sales-interest-rates/

     

    "Property prices in Germany have suffered a record fall, deepening the malaise gripping Europe’s biggest economy.

     

    Average house prices fell by 8.4pc across 2023, official figures show, marking the sharpest fall since Germany’s statistics office started keeping records at the start of the millennium."

     

    Yeah, house prices & rents have got to stop going up sometime, people can't keep on paying out more and taking on more debt indefinitely. But housing is a necessity unlike other 'investments' like crypto and shares, folks have got to live somewhere.  So with houses there's a "real" value based on what people can afford to pay, and a "market" price based on speculators trying to make a profit. 

     

    The housing market has also stalled in China, unemployment up too. 

  7. 27 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    Boe considering rate cuts.

     

    Guess they weren't too serious about getting their house in order.

     

    Bring on the money printers and inflation!

     

    https://www.theguardian.com/business/2024/mar/22/uk-interest-rate-cuts-in-play-says-bank-of-england-governor-inflation 

     

    So it's a choice of either handing over your hard-earned money to the banks via high interest rates, or handing it over to the corporations via high inflation. Either way we're a cash cow for the ptb. (Not even mentioning tax to the govt as well !)

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  8. 8 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    My other observation on the topic...

     

    You go out in nature. You see a beautiful flower. You smile. You enjoy. You move on.

     

    Man sees beautiful women. Man wants to own, fk the women. She must be mine - and may go on crazy endeavors to make it so.....

     

    How we treat beauty differently......

     

    Flowers are the sex organs of plants, that's what you're sniffing at when you smell one  😀 

     

    And some men are happy to have casual sex and move on to the next one too ... 

     

    On the kissing thing, it could be related to the way animals groom each other. Like monkeys. I've seen rabbits doing it too. 

  9. 6 hours ago, RobinJ said:

    Years ago when I did NLP for a while they taught us to stop negative thoughts this way;

    Get a loose rubber band and put it on your wrist.

    Every time you witness a negative thought you twang that band enough to hurt.

    What thus does is snap your mind out of the downward thought spiral.

    After a few repetitions your brain learns to stop on its own.

     

    I have heard if the "this is not my thought" process before. If it works for you, thats great.

    Some folks like to stick post it notes everywhere reminding them to check their emotional state. I think you need to be pretty damaged to have to go that far.

     

    I heard the same rubber band technique from a Zen Buddhist teacher as a way to bring the mind back into the present moment of sensory awareness, and away from abstract thinking. Other Buddhist teachers used to ring a bell for the same reason, or to take a pause and 3 breaths. Using the body to let go of negative or distracting thoughts. 

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  10. 43 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    Why not "Princess Kate" or even "Princess Catherine"? (Or 'Kate Windsor'?)

     

    The mainstream media still refer to her as 'Kate Middleton' like she is still a 'commoner'.

     

    That's what I find really 'odd' about all this.

     

    Yes it's strange, and the fact that Kate wasn't wearing her wedding ring in the doctored photo the other week started up some speculation that their marriage is on the rocks.

     

    The Royals do have a very different use of surnames than the rest of us, I've been looking into it a bit. Queen Elizabeth didn't take her husband's surname when they got married, it was him that had to change his name to Mountbatten when he emigrated to Britain. (his original surname was Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg). Their children don't normally use a surname either but when they have to it is 'Mountbatten-Windsor'.  So in their case it was the female Queen's royal house which took precedence. 

     

    'Windsor' isn't really a surname, the full version is House of Windsor to refer to the royal dynasty. They only use surnames when they have to for some legal purpose. Before that, they were members of the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha branch of the House of Wettin from their descent from Albert, Prince Consort, husband of Queen Victoria, who was the last of the House of Hanover. So at that time it was the male House which took precedence, even though he wan't the King or an heir to the throne. So something changed inbetween those times. Then it was changed to Windsor by royal decree in 1917 not only because Saxe-Coburg-Gotha sounds German, but also because  a German bomber called the Gotha had been invented which was capable of bombing London. 

     

    Mind you, most ordinary people didn't use surnames until the middle ages anyway. 

     

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

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  11. On 3/15/2024 at 5:24 PM, Mr H said:

    And as a side note. I have experienced energy vampires doing Ayahuasca. I cannot prove this, but for me it is a very real thing. I literally saw them feeding off me....

     

    It makes me wonder whether it's drugs like Aya which make you more vulnerable to psychic attacks, or if they're happening anyway and the Aya enables us to see it more easily.  Scary stuff. 

     

    I've heard about psychic defence methods like creating an energetic aura or shield around yourself, putting on your psychic armour so to speak. Never needed to try it myself though.  

  12. 8 hours ago, Mr H said:

    No.

     

    99.9999% of anything crypto related in social media is fake and manipulative.....get retail sucked in. "Look how easy it is"....etc 

     

    Trying to make money out of crypto trading is just like any other foreign exchange trading imo, which is notoriously risky if you're doing it speculatively. You're basically hoping the exchange rate moves in your favour to make a profit. You need good and timely intelligence to stand a chance and get ahead of the rest of the market. 

  13. 4 hours ago, Mr H said:

    There was no restrictions. There were consequences, but that is different.

     

    Consequences can be restrictive in some cases, that's one of the purposes of punishment.  If you get sent to prison for example, or fined. Were you never grounded as a kid  or get detention at school? 

  14. 1 hour ago, RobinJ said:

    The question becomes, why do you feel you need a ruler over you?

    We are not "lucky" to have a choice, its our divine right to choose. We don't need rulers, we need cooperation and true community with each other. Or, as Max Igan puts it; common unity.

    By falling for the "we need overlords" programming all we will get is more of the same. Power corrupts. Plenty of examples in history.

     

    It's not that I feel a need for rulers. It's not a 'need', more like an observation of what human society has been like. Mostly anyway. If there are communities of true cooperation without rulers around somewhere that's great. But any community needs strength to defend itself against external invaders and internal criminals. In Haiti, if the gangs succeed in toppling the government completely then they'll turn on each other until someone comes out on top and then everyone will have to pay tribute to them. 

     

    In our country this pattern played out all through history with the power struggle resulting in what we call the monarchy. We've evolved just a little bit since then, with political parties replacing royal houses but yeah, if we can evolve towards 'common unity' that sounds good. 

     

    Or does it? What is 'common unity'?  It could be interpreted various ways: we want to keep our freedoms don't we? Including the freedom to be different from other people and express our individuality and our group identity.  Cooperation and unity can be forced on people in totalitarian and collectivist systems like fascism and communism. 

     

    So it comes back to what I've talked about before, the spiritual work of balancing the duality of separation and wholeness; diversity and unity; fragmentation and oneness; finite and infinite; relative and absolute. As soon as I split myself off from infinity into a finite identity, I'm creating self vs other. Which naturally leads to competition & conflict, as well as competition and community. 

  15. 10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

    Europe Is Alarmed Enough To Begin Wargaming A Food Crisis

    by Tyler Durden
    Thursday, Mar 07, 2024 - 07:45 AM

    Governments of the European Union are engaged in wargames which simulate and foresee a global food crisis. A mix of major factors including the Russia-Ukraine war and impact on grain supplies there, as well as weather events like El Niño and La Niña and their impact on Latin American soy output, and the anti-EU farmers' protests which have disrupted supermarket supply chains, have been cause for alarm, European officials say. Of course there's also the example of how drastically a pandemic can interfere with supply chains. Panic buying was a trend and constant fear within the early months of the coronavirus crisis.

    Bloomberg details of a conference held in Brussels last month that envisioned a 2024 to 2025 food shortage in Europe: "...over two days in central Brussels last month, some 60 European Union and government officials, food security experts, industry representatives and a few journalists gathered to confront the possibility of something barely on the radar a few years ago: a full-blown food crisis."

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/europe-alarmed-enough-begin-wargaming-food-crisis

     

    Brussels, in Belgium. Next door to The Netherlands where the EU is busily putting farmers out of business for breaching its rules on nitrogen emissions, as part of its climate agenda. And now they're worried about a food crisis and supply chains ??  If this is a conspiracy it's either not a very well organised one, or they don't see the need to hide it any more.  

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  16. 16 minutes ago, shabbirss said:

     

    agreed.
    and since jerusalem is a holy site for 3 religions, would be best if neither christian nor muslim nor jewish controlled those holy areas, jerusalem,dome of the rock, al aqsa, etc..

     

     

    Yes, one of the maps in wiki calls the Jerusalem area "Planned Corpus separatum with the intention that Jerusalem would be neither Jewish nor Arab". 

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  17. Ok, so I've been going over in my mind the history of the creation of both Israel and Palestine since 1947. Perhaps others here have a better knowledge than me, and can correct my logic here. 

     

    The UN passed resolution 181 in November 1947 called "The United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine", and when it was implemented in 1948 it ended the UN/British mandate and set up a two state solution for the two new countries     https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Partition_Plan_for_Palestine 

     

    This shows the borders of the two new countries being proposed, and at the time we can summarise the reaction as the Jewish Israelis accepting the plan, and the Arabs rejecting it. However, since that time both sides have not honoured the borders in practice. 

     

    So we've now got a situation where both Israel and Palestine are living within borders that weren't agreed to by the UN or anyone else, and so they've both effectively rejected  the 1947 resolution. Doesn't this rejection mean the resolution is invalidated and we should be going back to square one for deciding how to deal with the territory, eg creating new borders or erasing the borders with a one state solution. Under the authority of a new UN mandate to govern it until a new resolution is passed and accepted by both sides. 

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  18. 7 hours ago, steven geldenhuys said:

    Allow me to repeat what the shaman Don Juan Matus said to the writer Carlos Casteneda. No doubt you have read this passage before, but it’s important that you re-read it again so that the journal may be seen from a different light other than what Steven has experienced. This is what Don Juan said:

     

    “We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The predator is our lord and master. It has rendered us docile, helpless. If we want to protest, it suppresses our protest. If we want to act independently, it demands that we don’t do so…… indeed we are held prisoner!

     

    They took us over because we are food to them, and they squeeze us mercilessly because we are their sustenance. Just as we rear chickens in a coop, the predators rear us in human coops, humaneros. Therefore, their food is always available to them.

     

    Thanks for this quote Steven. It's been a very long time since I read Carlos Casteneda, so long I've forgotten passages like this and the clear links to what David Icke talks about. 

  19. 35 minutes ago, cia said:

    protests across the world about hindutva ie kashmir/CAA (usually misguided)

     

    https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/holi-against-hindutva-protests-in-21-us-universities-against-delhi-violence-1652005-2020-03-03 (21 US univerisities in "holi against hindutva" protests against delhi violence, but of course they didn't mention that that the violence was started by Muslims pelting stones and lighting Hindu homes on fire for months and 2 people were killed and a third was stabbed 27 times before the Hindus retaliated) 

     

    https://www.thehindu.com/news/international/us-south-asian-organisations-plan-weekend-of-caa-protests/article30588251.ece

     

    https://www.aa.com.tr/en/pg/foto-galeri/protest-in-london-in-support-of-kashmir

     

    https://theleaflet.in/protestors-march-to-canadian-pms-office-against-rising-human-rights-violations-by-hindutva-supremacist-groups/#:~:text=Protestors gathered in the Canadian,RSS-linked groups in Canada.

      

    Imho us humans are naturally tribal and territorial, that's perfectly natural and even necessary, it comes from us being a social species like other primates and we need to come together and support our side. Denying that natural truth leads to civilisational decline such as we can see all around us. 

     

    However it does mean there'll be border disputes and conflicts where the tribes rub up next to each other, if they don't have mutually agreed territory. There's a saying that good fences make good neighbours.  But of course there's all sorts of opportunity for bad actors to manipulate people's feelings of safety, security and prosperity of their people at the expense of someone else. We have a similar flashpoint to Kashmir here in the UK with Northern Ireland. It was deliberately populated with people of a different loyalty to the indigenous Irish and now there's a chronic distrust and conflict which only looks likely to be resolved through demographic decline of one side or the other. 

     

    It's tragic that both sides get manipulated into fighting and killing each other like puppets; we all need to move our gaze from horizontally at each other, to vertically up the puppet strings to see who's really controlling us. 

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  20. 7 hours ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

    I agree with most of what you say, but we need to start somewhere, and voting for someone who isn't mainstream, and who seems to have good intentions, is such a start. Rome wasn't built in a day, and all that. 

     

    Agreed. Society is basically a big protection racket whether we like it or not. Someone will be in charge who's a more powerful warlord than the other gangs vying for power, and we're lucky to have a choice at all. Just look at what happens in Haiti when there's no regular government to be the top dog. 

     

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13209801/unicef-boss-chaos-haiti-mad-max-gangs-aid-hunger-malnutrition.html 

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