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  1. 02/08/21 Apple bans “Unjected,” dating app for non-vaccinated https://reclaimthenet.org/apple-bans-unjected-dating-app-for-non-vaccinated/
  2. I haven't looked into it much, but one has to question whether the barrier to entry to the police force has been lowered to allow for these jobsworths that follow orders without asking questions. Obviously for the higher up posititions you can put that down to masons and corruption, but for the low ranking cop, I would like to know what the hell is going on. lol
  3. Yeah, but then people would just argue that they're just using sex appeal if they use some thots to push the BS. People don't usually equate supermodels with brains.
  4. It's hard to know what the absolute truth is as we're just mere mortals. Religion wise, we could be tricked into believing the wrong things, but the attempts to debunk certain religions could also be trickery. It's some mind games stuff for sure. Regardless of religion though, is just believing in a creator okay, even if you don't know who/what our creator is? Or do we have to identify that creator? Surely a benevolent God would be okay with us just appreciating the fact that we acknowledge that there is some kind of creator that made us even though we can't identify them? I know this often gets quoted, but I think Marcus Aurelius had wise advice for those that are unsure.
  5. Agreed. Anger is one of our emotions as we're all human, and I'm certainly not innocent when it comes to lashing out with edgy comments sometimes, which I'm sorry for if it has pissed some of the folks here off. I guess people like myself just need to learn how to channel our anger in more productive ways.
  6. And if you survive the zombies, and you're one of the last free inhabitants of where you reside, you'll probably be getting hunted by tech, like the Black Mirror Metalhead episode.
  7. The UK is pretty small too, so you could argue that they'll just turn the whole thing into a smart prison.
  8. Let's be real, you can go 'innawoods' as the memers say, but all it is doing is buying time. You'll be hunted down wherever you are eventually, and the elites will probably want the green spaces while they herd the commoners into megacity favelas. How long that will take I'm not sure, but it seems to be the direction we're heading towards.
  9. Same here. Most of the time it's off because I don't like it listening for keywords when I'm listening to certain content, or talking about certain things. Then I get nagged by my family to turn it on. Blessing and a curse indeed.
  10. Fair enough. I sympathize with both sides of the argument. It's easy for me to sit here and say what is the man beside me doing to break our chains, but I know that I'm not a saint either. I think it's healthy to spread awareness about our predicaments, but don't worry, I don't think we should all be pointing fingers at each other.
  11. Out of reactions. Agreed, and don't worry, I have already made preparations. I have a converted van, but I'm willing to ditch that too if needed.
  12. You could say the same about the TV goblin that is sitting in most peoples living rooms, and people have been playing games for millennia, but the point isn't about gaming, it's about closed systems, and tablets and phones are just like consoles in that aspect. I still have a smart phone, and I'm not judging you, but I won't pretend they're not problematic.
  13. We're all guilty of feeding into the beast in certain ways, but not wanting this stuff doesn't mean we have to live in a bush either. People survived without this stuff years ago, and they didn't all live in the woods.
  14. I don't think so. I'm not saying they're not both a danger, just that smart phones are the bigger danger. If California is anything to go by, then they'll crack down on you building your own desktop too, all in the name of consumption. Then we're trapped in closed system devices, like phones, tablets, and games consoles. They know it's harder to modify those than a desktop.
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