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  1. 1 minute ago, KingKitty said:

    What do you mean, "What then?" Tell me to get a shot I don't want, I say, "no." Tell me to get a test to see if I have Covid, I say, "no." What am I missing here? 




    You're right. That's a start. saying 'no' and then acting accordingly. It really is a big part. But then comes a time when 'no' is not accepted by those insisting. It all starts with 'no', I agree wholeheartedly. Sometimes, however, that 'no' has to be backed up by action towards those people who insist 'yes'. Simply saying 'no' won't stop a firing squad. Apologies, that's a rough analogy. I hope you get where I'm coming from. If not, I'll try my best to explain in clearer terms. 

  2. 1 minute ago, KingKitty said:

    And that has always been the case. Had more simply said, "No." from the beginning, it would never have escalated to the level it's at today. 



    Yeah, but some people don't take 'no' for an answer. What then?

  3. 12 minutes ago, Doc said:

    I agree that an action of some kind seems inevitable but what kind of action? We have seen massive marches these last 2 years but the normies haven't coz it's not been on the TV and if it has it's presented us as a bunch of lunatics trying to stop the government from saving their Nan's life. Genuinely interested to know what form this action will take...


    Those marches are part of the bigger pattern of action. At least they were a demonstration of strength. In the animal kingdom, displaying your strength is a part of survival. As to other possible actions: I'll leave that down to people's individual conscience, reason and imagination - I'm not into collectivist thinking. I could speculate, but that wasn't the original point: The point was to act, and not just simply speak. Though I appreciate that discussion has its place. 

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  4. 24 minutes ago, Doc said:

    I'm not sure the PTB are in the right place to be as brazen as a rapist with their plan but I understand what you're getting at. Our job is to try and show our fellow man what to say NO to and make concerted efforts to bring back some old fashioned morality into our degenerated Western world. We need to try and reignite some pride in our cultural heritage, at its heart it is a rational, gentle, tolerant heritage built on rational boundaries. 


    I actually agree. It was a crude analogy to express the idea of taking some kind of action. Saying 'no' was the start, but some other kind of action was also needed to thwart the abuser. In your above example, the action would be encouraging good people to act against the grain from a point of reasoned understanding of why it's wrong. But ultimately some kind of action will be needed. 



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  5. 33 minutes ago, Doc said:

    We just need to ignore the fuckers. Don't do what they tell us. Do not consent. There doesn't need to be a grand final battle. Just say no to what doesn't feel right in your heart. I honestly think it will come down to ordinary people using that simple word... NO. If enough people say it, nothing in their plan can progress.


    I do agree with you in part. Saying 'no' is half the battle. If enough people said 'no' in that ironically affirmative way, there could be a big change. But, to use a crude analogy, whenever has the word 'no' stopped a rapist? But a good kick in the balls, a punch in the face and a dislocation of the kneecap might just do the trick. 


    Just sayin'. 

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  6. On 7/23/2022 at 2:31 PM, Gurualvin said:

    This is what people do, If they cant ignore it. They will waffle and procastinate about it endlessly. The purpose of this is to avoid taking ANY responsibility and purposeful action. I have been saying this for years. The cult scumbags and their minions need to be arrested. And their system needs to be shut down, dismantled and rebuilt by all the people together.


    You're right, we do have a tendency to waffle and procrastinate. There is a time for discussion, but at some point action is needed. What that action looks like is down to individual conscience, imagination and reason. The time has come for activity. To those of us that can see what's going on: It is our duty to do something, whatever that something might be. And I don't mean cliched scenarios of storming the palaces etc. Use your imagination in conjunction with reason. Surely the world is ours to create? 


    But what do I know? I'm just good at writing lol

  7. On 7/23/2022 at 3:16 PM, DaleP said:


    No disrespect to people who have done their bit in a small way in their local area. All counts. But it is looking like the truth community is full of keyboard warriors and the only one that is bold enough to take 'action' is likes of Silkie and other shills when it comes to 'seeking' justice?


    Having said this, I think it's good to know the truth about the community. Better to know now than carrying on pretending that everyone is in on it?



    Like it should happened two years ago.



    Let's not do it in Braveheart style. No need.

    Do it smartly. I know there are truely smart people in our community.



    I said Kumbaya hinders us here.



    Overall, I like what you say but we need to do it differently.

    If you keep on doing the same thing, we are not going to get a different result. I would like to see pocket of many small local groups taking action and if one suceeds, we can all copy and add fuel to it. duh, we are talking out in the open again.....


    What we have tried has not been successful so we need to change gear or chapter.





    I was very drunk when I wrote that speech and I vaguely remember deliberately composing it in the old heroic style of rhetoric lol


    Everything written there is open to interpretation using one's own imagination and conscience. But the underlying meaning, I think, holds true. Whatever we do, let it be action of some kind, not just words. 


    And when I said about being prepared to die for our beliefs, I didn't mean we should go out and look for ways to die. It's just as the ultimate test: If it really came down to it, we should be prepared to defend ourselves, even to the death. Otherwise, if we say, 'Okay, that's too far -you have your totalitarian global state', then what is the point? But you're right, we should be wise, not foolish.


    Thank you for listening anyway, mate. 


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  8. Isn't it about time we stop talking, and raise a proper resistance? 


    We're better than this. For centuries these tyrants have abused us, our children, our grandchildren, our very lineage. They've reduced us to mewling consumerist or communist cogs. They've dominated our lives with their agendas and their wars; their pathetic visions for a transhuman civilisation, their inhuman domination of our lives. 


    Isn't it time we stood up, took the bull by the horns, and said, 'No'. But more than simply uttering the word 'no', we actually lay our hands on the mechanisms of power and physically change the world?


    At this stage, what have we got to lose? Our jobs? What a joke! Our livelihoods? An ever bigger joke!


    If we're not prepared to die for what we know is right, then what are we? 


    The time has come for us to stand up and truly make a difference with practical action. 


    I call upon each and everyone of you to heed these words and make practical reality of their sentiments. Like you, I'm sick of all the words being spouted. The time is ripe to take action and bring forth the reality we know to be right. 


    Go forth and do it. 


    May truth and justice reign. 





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  9. 1 minute ago, Mr H said:

    You take a snippet of what I said, then call me enlightened, then a dim wit - I wouldn't even know where to respond with this, so I won't further.


    I know. You're so enlightened I'm half-dazzled by your brilliance lol

  10. 40 minutes ago, Mr H said:

    Barring that competent dictatorship is preferable to me than idiotic, faux democracy.


    You're obviously so clever, so enlightened. Please tell me, how you would install such a dictatorship? Please prove to me that you're not just another pseudo-intellectual Don Quixote with fantastic visions. Honestly, I'm sick of people like you with your half-baked ideas. You really think you're so intelligent, but really you're just another dim wit. Prove me wrong with your amazing eloquence. 

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  11. 3 hours ago, HeartSpirit said:

    In my opinion we don’t need any political parties and members of parties, what we need is totally independent MPs that answer to nobody other than the people who voted for them. Anyone who is a member of a party always has to toe the party line, which is absolutely what we don’t want as it is always the opposite of what is good for the people and usually goes against any common sense or logic. 


    Spot on, mate. Party politics is wasteful and non-productive. We should be guided by our conscience, not party lines. 

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  12. Just some observations. 


    This Ukraine situ is suspicious. Social media is good for something: charting public discourse. It's a kind of social geology. You can analyse all the rocks and all that stuff. And what I noticed was this: The freedom movement in Canada was causing waves around the world. It was highlighting the agenda, which is being aggressively pushed in Canada. It was inspiring people all over the place. It was also creating public discourse about the WEF. Then you had Maajid Nawaz on that Rogan show making a case against the WEF. Lots of chatter about the WEF. People were digging into it. I'm willing to bet that in the entire history of the WEF there has never been so much public chatter about the WEF. It was good to see. After all, there really is a small group of global power elites that have a grand vision for civilisation. The truth was always out in the open but more people than ever were aware of it. 


    Then boom. Ukraine. Look over here. All the talking points vanished. And it's now all about this shiny new thing 'over there'. 


    I find that highly suspicious. 


    I know some will say the WEF is just the front for the secret societies, cult etc. But I say we can attack the secret societies via their appendages such as Schwab and the other cocks of the new world order. 


    Let's keep hammering on this WEF thing. 


    Could lead somewhere. 

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  13. 57 minutes ago, DaleP said:


    As in the case of Big Brother Watch which Silky Carlos is involved and they are asking for donation....yet again.

    Remember this character?



    I remember. She was Charlie Veitch's missus before he went turncoat. I bet he's feeling like a right pillock now. 

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