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  1. Just now, rideforever said:

    But there is more.
    On the right you have a dumb manual worker wearing a hard hat and fluorescent vest ...  so this picture is saying that manual workers, masculine men, are dumb racists.

    This is a typical liberal strategy ... "the deplorables" ... which actually shows the incredible level of malevolence and judgement that the "liberal" represent (of course they say they are the party of tolerance and respect).
    Next thing is that being wary of foreigners is a bad thing.  Well no it is not, only phoney people want to open their front door so anyone walks in.  Those people who have been taught to cut the genitals of their children off so they can be the first on the block to have a teenage sodomite covered in black ink.  Such parents are fundamentally evil and destroy their families ... for them they can believe that everyone is just great.

    For real people and all of nature, you stick with your own in the main, with some intermingling on the boundary.
    And then ... this black guy over there who looks a bit pissed off ... is that what black people do then ... look pissed off whilst waiting for the white man do make a decision.  I don't think so, black people are like any people they get on with life, and look after their own.
    And last thing ... the old white bastard man.  Because all old white men are bastards.

    This isn't divide and rule, but a cunning psychologically constructed Liberal image ... which ultimately comes from some truly nasty and psychologically twisted people, that they are.

     

     

    You're missing the point slightly, in that what the image doesn't show is what the 'old white man' in the middle (who has more cookies than he could eat) then turns and says to the man on the left.

     

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  2. On 5/24/2020 at 1:42 AM, oz93666 said:

    Deca!! What's your aim in posting that???  

     

    A video made by a couple of Know it all 23 year olds who know nothing about anything , discrediting the whole subject , lumping it in with FE and other non sense...

     

    People need to be more selective in their sources there are plenty of experts in this field who are now in their 60's and 70's ... springmier , jones , watt, icke , maxwell  where are their videos???  

     

    It is good to listen to all sides of any argument. You've obviously taken the time to watch that video, as I did, and it appears that neither of us is convinced enough by what these 'soy boys' say to make us change our minds. ?

     

    There may be something correct in the psychology stuff they mention, but as soon as they went on about the 'climate change hoax', well...

     

    On 5/24/2020 at 8:04 AM, Deca said:

    I posted it not to support them ....but to understand what the anti  "conspiracy theories"( again I thought many have moved on from this and call themselves truthers and  people that watch alternative media) debunkers are putting out .... thought you would have got that from my soy boy comment ...

     

    Thanks Deca, I get what you did here, it is sometimes good to 'peer over' the other side of the fence, and see what the 'other side' is up to.

  3. 1 hour ago, rideforever said:

    Is there something very wrong with the millennial generation?
    Are the problems we see today a result of this generation entering and taking positions of authority in society.

    Society seemed to look very different 20 years ago, but rapidly a shift has happened in a generation.

    Is there something badly wrong with that generation?

     

    Its quite possible we are seeing the fruition of a corrupted education system. These people have gone through the indoctrination system of schools, colleges and university, programmed with 'progressive' ideology by the previous generation, and now they will set about doing the same to the 'next' one.

     

    1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

    No, Rideforever. My daughter's a millennial and is clever, industrious & and kind-hearted. All her friends that I've ever met have been lovely, without exception. 

     

    On another site I look on, they're fond of blaming Boomers (my generation) for all the ills of the world.

     

    I'm not in agreement. 

     

     

     

    But on the other hand it is refreshing to hear coments like this, and it is important to not 'tar' the whole millenial generation with the same brush. After all, not all of them will have completely succumbed to their 'progressive programming', but as with anything those who make the most noise attract the most attention.

     

    And with the 'OK boomer' meme, it is another example of 'divide and rule', where the younger generation have been 'trained' to blame the previous generation for all their woes.

     

    This is the problem with 'identity politics'; everything is always 'somebody else's fault', and you end up with a series of 'blame games' with people choosing to become 'victims' rather than taking responsibility for their own actions.

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  4. I can't name any names right now, but I have at least seen some football players who have apparently 'shown symptoms' of Covid-19 / 'coronavirus'.

     

    I guess even football players catch 'colds' too.

     

    But certainly I don't recall seeing anything about any professional player having died 'from coronavirus'.

     

    Then again, these people are all fit healthy young men, so I don't find this surprising in the least.

  5. Just to add to my initial post, in regards to those content creators who prefer to use the medium of 'video'...

     

    Unless you only ever 'livestream', you will already have a 'hard-copy' saved and stored locally of any video you wish to upload.

     

    DON'T assume that 'friendly' Youtube will accept and host your content without question, make sure you keep 'offline' copies archived on your own PC or on some external storage device (be it USB stick or hard disk).

     

    Other video-sharing platforms are available, such as BitChute, Daily Motion, Brighteon and others. And I would recommend that you sign up for accounts and upload your videos there too.

     

    If you have your own web-hosting account and you have the luxury of a lot of storage space, you should upload your own videos there too. The big downside to video content is that it can take up a lot of disk storage space and uses a hell of a lot of bandwidth, if multiple users are viewing the same video at once. This is why third-party video streaming platforms such as Youtube, Vimeo etc are so attractive at first, because the temptation to host your videos there and then embed them on your own website (thus saving space and bandwidth) is almost irrestistible.

     

    So don't please ever assume that by uploading your videos to some third-party site such as Youtube they will somehow be 'preserved', always keep your own copies locally.

     

     

     

     

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  6. 2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

     

     I didn't really share for the "Republican" part though, more the fact that they're using theories about implants to ridicule,

     

    That's the bit to watch out for though. because this is how they will try and politicise this. The 'Republicans' are all 'loons', and only the Democrats can be 'trusted'.

     

    The same thing is starting to happen in the UK, with the whole Cummings shenanigans. The media is all about shifting public's perceptions.

  7. 8 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

    More than 40% of Republicans think Bill Gates will use COVID-19 vaccine to implant tracking chips, survey says

    https://www.cnet.com/news/more-than-40-of-republicans-think-bill-gates-will-use-covid-19-vaccine-to-implant-tracking-chips-survey-says/

     

     

    I think people need to start looking beyond these politically-motivated headlines.

     

    There is more 'divide-and-rule' about to be played out, not just in the USA, but in the UK we are seeing this, and no doubt the same will happen across the world.

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  8. 10 minutes ago, ink said:

    I agree with all that Grumpy Owl has posted .... to add to it ....

     

    This depends on your 'tech' level or 'want' to learn this bollocks?

     

    I save things which I consider important using 'forum' software. I used to do it as stated above using Libre Office but then began to use forum software, online (private forum, just me), to research any subject I was interested in .... this meant that I could just copy it over at any point that I wished to post elsewhere.

     

    But then I considered that anything 'online' could be removed or restricted .... so I re-created 'my' forum on my local computer.

    And created copies of it on external keys or drives.

     

    With most forum software you need a 'lampp' stack. But don't worry about what it is (unless you wish to learn it)

     

    You can download and install Xampp .... which will give you a 'localhost' structure and then which ever (and there are many free forum software available) forum you download will work as long as Xampp is running on your localhost.

     

    Thus you do not even need a connection to the internet to interact with your forum and the data held on it.

     

    You would be the 'admin' .... and would learn all about forum structure, adding code to use different codex for videos and such things as creating backups of all the data within your forum.

     

    Maybe too much for many .... but some may wish to consider this?

     

    Of course, yes in the 'early days' of the internet, one could easily set up their own 'webserver' at home, and host their own website on their own computer.

     

    It is still very much possible to do so, but not very straightforward for many people. But yes, if your internet service provider (ISP) allows you a 'static IP' address, you could point your domain name at your own computer, which would then be accessible to any other internet user, as long as your PC was connected to the internet.

     

    The internet is after all a giant network of computers and servers all connected together. You may have a website running on a local server in your home, or within a giant datacentre. It matters not. But unfortunately, popular websites with lots of traffic (ie visitors) work most efficiently when hosted on servers with good bandwidth capability, and most home ISPs don't offer good upload speeds.

     

    So yeah, I'd agree that if you want ultimate 'decentralised' control over your web content, then host it on your own home-based webserver where you are in full control.

  9. 42 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

     

    Well something did go down.

     

    Whether people wanting to take part are being refused because those running the enquiry want to be able to twist the truth, or whether they suspect the input would seek to twist the truth, I don't know.

     

    The outcome of this 'inquiry' is already known, its a formality.

     

    What they probably don't want are any 'survivors' who might buckle under the slightest pressure and blow the whole game apart.

  10. 1 minute ago, The itinerant shrubber said:

    This will just become another political party issue in the media. 

    The msm will blame the current government and the sheep will jump on board with it, as they do with everythhing the msm churned out. 

     

    I can already see this happening.

     

    TORIES BAD

     

    That is the perception that appears to be coming out now.

     

    Just last year the media was touting Boris and the Tories as 'heroes', now they are the 'bad guys'.

     

    Why is this? The Tories are still (somehow) polling well, but the next stage of the plan I believe requires a Labour government - which couldn't be achieved with a 'hard-left' socialist like Jeremy Corbyn, so he has now been removed and replaced with the Blairite 'champagne socialist' Sir Keir Starmer (Blairite = Red Tory).

     

    Boris Johnson will now be portrayed by the MSM as the 'posh buffoon', while Sir Keir will somehow become the 'man of the people' and a 'man of integrity and principle'. ?

  11. 16 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

    So by all means, I'm not saying that people should abandon this forum, and start their own blogs or websites, the two can go hand in hand. 

     

     

    To give a case in point as an example, @Grumpy Grapes is a good example, where they have in the past posted material here that they have already posted on their own website.

     

    I hope they don't mind me using them as an example, but you get the idea... knowledge is there to be shared after all.

     

    Their content has been (hopefully temporarily) lost from this forum, but is preserved elsewhere.

  12. While I do hope that all previous David Icke Social forum content will be restored, I would also hope that some of the valuable forum contributors are not 'putting all their eggs in one basket' by not keeping their own 'backup' of their material that they post here.

     

    (Now I don't want to be seen as 'favouring' any particular forum members; of course most of us all make valuable contributions in our own way)

     

    If you already keep copies of your research and forum posts, then that's great, and you probably need read no further, unless you want to add any suggestions or anything else I may have missed.

     

    The easiest thing to do for starters, is to copy your forum post into a Word document (or some other word-processing software of your choice!), and save it as a local file on your own computer. As a backup to that, perhaps have a USB stick or external hard disk handy that you can save and store your files and data on.

     

    (If you don't have Microsoft Word or Office, a good free alternative is the open-source LibreOffice, which is itself a fork from the original open-source OpenOffice)

     

    If you want to keep 'online' copies of your forum material, you may wish to consider using some 'blogging' software and start your own blog to post your material and musings in.

     

    There are 'free' platforms where you can do this, such as Blogspot or WordPress.com, just sign up and pick a blog name, then start saving your forum posts and material in new 'blog' articles.

     

    This way at least, you can share your musings and research with others elsewhere.

     

    One downside I can see to this though, is that because you are using that platform's cloud services, you are subject to their terms and conditions, so if you're really unlucky and attract a lot of unwanted attention (or you actually are posting material that would be breaching terms & conditions), you could end up getting your account suspended and your material lost forever. Hope you kept that USB stick handy!

     

    If you're really serious about this, and have a bit of money to spare, you could always buy yourself a domain name and sign up with a webhosting provider; it doesn't have to be expensive, there are lots of webhosting providers offering cheap no-frills hosting packages if you just want to set up a blog or archive.

     

    You can of course then install Wordpress for free on your own website, and with a bit of customising and tweaking, you have your own personal website where you can blog and post to your heart's content. There are other platforms that you could install, but I'd say that Wordpress is very easy to use, and I've used it on numerous websites myself that I've set up, either for myself or for other people.

     

    Most webhost providers will provide basic backup facilities, so you can either store backups in your hosting account, or download them as a zip file, which can then be easily restored if needed, or transferred to a new webhosting account if you decide to change provider.

     

    I did this myself a couple of years back, fed up with internet censorship, I created an 'online persona' and bought a domain name, then using some webhosting I already had, set up my own website. I don't publicise it, or aim to make any money from it, but I found it quite therapeutic to start writing about stuff, making observations on current happenings. I don't really care if no-one else reads it, but I know for a fact that what I write is being 'stored for posterity', and I can refer back to it whenever I need to. Some older stuff I wrote I look back at and feel a bit embarrassed at first, but I don't care. Then again, I do read some stuff back and feel totally vindicated.

     

    So by all means, I'm not saying that people should abandon this forum, and start their own blogs or websites, the two can go hand in hand.

     

    If you have researched and compiled valuable information into forum posts here, just please ensure that you present this material elsewhere, or keep offline copies, or both!

     

    Because you never know when the shit is going to hit the fan again, and if your material is only stored in one place, it's going to be lost, potentially forever.

     

    TPTB are clearly working to try and 'centralise' the Internet, in order to 'control the flow' of information. We must actually do what we can to 'decentralise' this information, and keep it in as many places as possible.

     

     

     

     

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  13. 2 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

     

    Strange.must have been shortened version, here's the full.

    verion

     

    There is a link to download the full film as an MP4 file from the Richplanet website. While Richard has encouraged people to share and upload elsewhere, he warns about uploading to Youtube, expect that video to be removed at some point. ?

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  14. 5 hours ago, kj35 said:

    Hi. How do we back up just put own threads ? Perhaps some of the clearly very good tech users could start a tech thread. Sharing protected browsers, emails security tips saving our own data etc. It would really help .

     

    I've given some suggestions for regular forum contributors in another topic here, and they echo some comments Mr A has also made.

     

    To save taking over this topic, perhaps I'll offer them in a new one.

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  15. 6 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

    Another phrase to placate is "lessons will be learned".

     

    That's a phrase I've become sick of hearing. The problem is that those in 'authority' never actually seem to learn anything.

     

    As with "no stone unturned" its just an empty, meaningless phrase, meant to somehow 'reassure' the public that this "won't happen again". Then it inevitably does.

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  16. 7 minutes ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

    Boo! I can't post.

     

    Yes you can, you just did. ?

     

    BUT it seems there are limitations on what content you can have in your opening post.

     

    Looks like quotes, embeds and external content are not allowed, so my advice is to just put some plain introductory text in the first post, and then put the content you wanted to post in the next post.

  17. 15 minutes ago, kj35 said:

    1. There will be only one world shop. Amazon. There will be experience hubs where you can visit and see all brands and products under one roof but all ordering will be done online or on a click on that product. Individual shops will no longer exist except perhaps very exclusive ones in very large cities. 

     

     

    I had the same thought myself a while back. We sell on Amazon at work as a 'marketplace seller', it is becoming difficult to compete against Amazon themselves where they offer the same product as we do, so we don't bother.

     

    Amazon are also increasingly making it difficult for third-party sellers with their changing 'policies' and rules. There are certain 'brands' whose products we are not allowed to sell unless we are 'approved', and the process of gaining this 'approval' is intrusive and frustrating. Amazon can also seemingly just suspend seller accounts for the slightest infringement, and again the 'appeal' process is frustrating, because your detailed explanations don't seem to be considered by any human being.

     

    I believe Amazon is working actively to push as many smaller 'third-party' sellers off the marketplace, and it will eventually only be Amazon themselves, and big brands and manufacturers selling direct through the platform, bypassing all other retail and distribution channels.

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  18. Surprised no-one has picked up on this one, it actually briefly appeared on the BBC News homepage yesterday, but buried among the "Cummings row" news.

     

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-51868737

     

    Netanyahu trial: Israeli prime minister faces Jerusalem court

    The trial of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges has opened in Jerusalem, days after he began a new term in office.

    Mr Netanyahu, 70, is the first standing leader to face trial in the country's history. He denies accusations of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

    Arrived at the courthouse for a brief hearing, he said the cases were aimed at "toppling him in any way possible".

    He was sworn back into office as head of a rare unity government a week ago.

    His political rival, Benny Gantz, agreed to share power following three inconclusive elections in under a year.

    He has rejected calls by opponents to step down while he fights the cases.

     

     

    I think we can probably guess how this one will pan out... ?

  19. I have a couple of friends on ye olde Facebook that share posts from groups mocking 'anti-vaxxers' and here is one that was shared today:

     

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    Now while there is so much that is just wrong with this post, and this is the kind of stuff that gives us "alternative thinkers" a bad name, I can't help but think that at the 'core level' all those people who laughed at or mocked this post are going to get a full reality check soon. Then they won't be laughing or mocking.

     

     

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  20. 3 hours ago, Fluke said:

    I recommend that you stop watching the news. Because the news contrives to frighten you. To make you feel small and alone. To make you feel that your mind isn't your own.

     

    Unless its this news...

     

     

  21. 13 hours ago, rooey said:

    its got something to do with cartoon program conditioning in my opinion 


    plus dissociation and people seeing themselves as cartoon characters 

     

    Yeah, I find it a bit 'dehumanising'.

     

    "But its fun! You should get one too!"

     

    You stop being yourself, but a cartoon persona instead. I don't know how these 'avatars' get generated, or how much user input is involved, but there's the possibility you could create an avatar that is less like who you actually are, but more like what you wished you were.

  22. In my opinion, the forum is itself suffering from its own form of 'coronavirus panic'.

     

    Yes, the forum was hacked and attacked, but this was down to this 'Adderall Abuse' fella (or an accomplice) who somehow got hold of Jaymie's login credentials and was able to access the forum with full admin rights.

     

    I don't know how they managed this, and there are a number of possible scenarios how this could have been achieved.

     

    Also yes, the forum and the main DavidIcke.com website did sustain brute force DDOS attacks, so I can understand why measures have been put in place.

     

    But as with the 'coronavirus scam', the assumption has been made that "everyone's a hacker" (like with the UK Government's "act like you've got it" message).

     

    The best way to stick two fingers up to these ultra-Zionist Mossad agents, would have been to have just restored the forum using a previous system/database backup, and then carried on as before, albeit with some security tweaks.

     

    As Finder points out, many long-standing members have been left disappointed that all previous content is seemingly 'gone', and it is challenging to contribute new content, due to these security measures that have been put in place.

     

    And new members, who may be keen to join in with discussions here, are unable to do so, due to new member registrations being blocked.

     

    So we find ourselves once again where due to the malicious actions of a very tiny minority, the majority are having to suffer.

     

    I really do hope that this can all be resolved very soon, otherwise existing and prospective members will start looking elsewhere.

     

     

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