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EnigmaticWorld

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  1. @chocomel I'm not quite sure what you mean about going beyond good vs evil. I shall have to look into that. Some Buddhist teachings does interest me, but I'm not sure I'm ready to swap one weak religion for another. Where has Buddihism got Tibetans for example? Seems like it's similar to the turn the other cheek stuff in Christianity.
  2. Hollywood and the Bible seem to be in conflict. The Bible is a collection of books and I mainly just follow Christ and the New Testament. Not that I can prove he is real, but the idea of Christ is still a good role model in my opinion. I'm not sure what you mean about not being able to reach unity if we're up against good vs evil either. Do you mean I should unite with evil?
  3. Well to be fair, I used to follow all the based Assad memes, but some Syrians say he is just another zio so it makes you wonder how deep this crap really goes. Same with Putin, some say he is based, but he surrounds himself with the same clique as Donald.
  4. I said his job is to polarize everyone, not saying he is guilty of that. I do think he is guilty of capitulation though and I do think he is bought and paid for. I don't think the likes of Adelson or Kushner have the best interests for America either, but like I said the opposition are the ones that are insane.
  5. @Truthspoon I don't believe Trump is making decisions himself if that's what you're getting at anyway.
  6. I think it's all just theatre and both sides of the political spectrum play as adversaries, that's why I said Trump's job is to polarize people. Some will disagree with me though and believe that he is actually there to put America first.
  7. It also talks about judging righteously, definitely a confusing one.
  8. I agree about it being perplexing. Not sure how I feel about remaining ignorant either. I guess it depends on the individual and how they react to waking up. I have friends and family that often ask me why I spend time looking at all the stuff that is going on in the world, and they say they don't want to know about it because it's all too depressing. I just say that I'm interested in geopolitics, history, anthropology, technology, religion and other topics. If I wasn't interested then I wouldn't bother looking into things. It's similar to gaming. A good game doesn't necessarily have to be fun, it just has to be engaging. A game called 'Papers Please' is a great example. It's a game where you play as an immigration inspector and you have to decide who gets allowed in the fictional nation from the game. A lot of reviews say the game is depressing, but the reviews are still overwhelmingly positive as it's interesting and engaging.
  9. Yeah although you could argue that that isn't even their culture either. They destroyed most of their history in the great leap backwards. The modern day surveillance state in China is definitely the blueprint for other nations though.
  10. Depends how you look at it too. A nation to me is a group of people, not just soil. You used to see the word 'nation' linked to 'natal' when you looked up the etymology years ago, although you don't see that much these days as TPTB are trying to uproot and destroy everyone.
  11. What doesn't work like that? I'm under no illusion that America isn't just a proxy nation, the same as most nations. I do believe that the elites have pushed American culture on other nations though.
  12. I didn't want to be rude so I just said Western Europe as I can speak about that from my own experience, but I agree. It definitely seems like it has had an effect on most nations.
  13. Stefan Molyneux discusses the history, economics and politics of the Communist Manifesto with his 11 year old daughter Isabella.
  14. Can't say I blame you, I would do same if it was legal here. I'm surprised we can still buy crossbows without background checks in this nanny state, although we would probably get arrested for defending ourselves with one.
  15. UK gives up on centralized coronavirus contacts tracing app — will “likely” switch to model backed by Apple and Google https://techcrunch.com/2020/06/18/uk-gives-up-on-centralized-coronavirus-contacts-tracing-app-will-switch-to-model-backed-by-apple-and-google/
  16. The Federal Reserve Has Its Own Police and Is Part of a Vast Surveillance Center – Should You Worry? https://wallstreetonparade.com/2020/06/the-federal-reserve-has-its-own-police-and-is-part-of-a-vast-surveillance-center-should-you-worry/
  17. Trump's job is clearly to polarize America, not saying it's all his fault as the opposition are batshit insane so I can understand why people felt the need to vote for Donald. The worst part about it is that it hasn't just polarized America, it has polarized the majority of the West. It probably wouldn't be so bad if most countries still embraced their own culture and ignored American influences, but unfortunately many nations have suffered from Americanization, well at least in Western Europe anyway.
  18. How do you wake people up to these programmes without exposing them?
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