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  1. I hope everyone's okay.  🙏 I've got nobody left to speak to in my real life (because of my insane theories of course) but music is just about saving me. 

     

     

    "Eventually it was discovered, that God did not want us to be all the same. This was Bad News for the Governments of The World, as it seemed contrary to the doctrine of Portion Controlled Servings. Mankind must be made more uniformly if The Future was going to work. Various ways were sought to bind us all together, but, alas, same-ness was unenforceable. It was about this time, that someone came up with the idea of Total Criminalization. Based on the principle, that if we were all crooks, we could at last be uniform to some degree in the eyes of The Law. [...] Total Criminalization was the greatest idea of its time and was vastly popular except with those people, who didn't want to be crooks or outlaws, so, of course, they had to be Tricked Into It... which is one of the reasons, why music was eventually made Illegal."

    Joe's Garage Acts II & III liner notes, 1979

     

     

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  2. 2 hours ago, Nats and dogs said:

    Here's proof that the poison jab is a bioweapon that will target certain cells, it was created long before there was any hyped up 'outbreak', it even has a patent.

     

    THERE IS NO VARIANT...NOT NOVEL... NO PANDEMIC
    Dr David Martin with Reiner Fuellmich

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/7lfuIhrGdBI1/

     

     

    THIS!!!  I came to post it if nobody else had. I've shown my 25 year old daughter (first jab received) and said that if this doesn't persuade her, nothing will. I give up, truly. 

  3. Oh, this all looks so predictable. All the 'problems' and 'mistakes' being made with the vaccines, just so we can spend the rest of this year in lockdown while we wait for the microneedle array patch that Amazon can ship out to all of us to be stuck on at home. 

  4. On 12/26/2020 at 11:35 PM, Michi713 said:

     

    God and the Self are far beyond the comprehension of the materialist, consumptive mindset, in which we were born and raised.  How does one go about realizing the Self in 2020?

     

    Anybody who tells you they know what God is can only be believing what someone else has told them or they've had an experience where they '*feel* that they've connected with something Other that feels much bigger than they are; a different level of Being.

     

    For me, it was reading Wei Wu Wei (Terrence Gray) that tripped a switch that put me into a state of what they call non dual awareness for two days and nights. As you can see from my posts it didn't stay. 🙄 However, having had that experience I now believe in the oneness of everything, that they call the Self. There are loads of great speakers/teachers on YouTube. I like Paul Hedderman a lot, Jac O'Keeffe, Fred Davis. People like Alan Watts' lectures. I tried to get it back by reading their words, I've got loads of books, or listening to them speak, because it was utter bliss, but It happens when it happens. Listening to people describe the non separation between Subject and Object can push you there. I'd love to stay in that state. Just believing in the Oneness of everything does help when I really start losing the plot. 

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  5. 3 hours ago, Ergo Storm said:

    A name that reflects an affinity for science or freedom, or both, might be good.

     

    Or undercut the Left by using a name that includes the word 'People' or 'People's' or 'Communities', etc. 

     

    Consider using an emotional term such as 'Abuse'. 

     

    E.g. Communities Against Covid Abuse

     

    Meh, science is only the latest theory. Gravity, the sun, the big bang, they're probably wrong about all that. And what does 'the Left' mean? Quite possibly a different thing to me than to you. If I think of these bastards as 'the Left', it's not matching my definition. It suggests 'the Right' is better. Maybe I'm being pedantic, and I can't think of a better name right now. Don't like the emotional ones. Emotion clouds common sense. 

     

    I really like the 'freedom' bit though.

  6. On 1/14/2021 at 2:48 PM, Emacle said:

    You're not alone.

     

    This is exactly why I came looking for these forums today. I have been feeling the exact same way, completely depressed and disconnected from society.

     

     

    2008 was crazy, but this past year has felt like 2008x100 and I'm literally losing my mind.

     

    I hope joining this community will help me find some clarity in all the toxic noise.

    Hi Emacle and welcome. I lost my mind in 2008 and it's happening to me again too. The healing I did is keeping me just about ticking over but it's touch and go. I hope you find some peace in company here. I dip in occasionally until it gets too much to keep reading. Some very good souls here.

  7. 4 minutes ago, Shy Talk said:

    https://mol.im/a/9164349

     

    According to the article, black, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Eastern European and younger people are hesitant about having the vaccine, along with women and those with lower levels of education. Ha ha, who does that leave? No wonder they've had to call in the cavalry. Like to know how much MMC are pocketing for the spin job.

     

    Lower levels of education? 🙄 FFS.

  8. 36 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

    Personally, I've always shaped my belief system with this pretty reliable method...........If it has feathers, a beak, waddles and quacks, it's highly likely it's a duck.

    I know. Now I've posted I've been thinking about how nothing at all in the world could change my mind about all of this. I'd stake my life on it and will possibly have to. But if I can admit cognitive bias then maybe I'm just wishing 'the other side' ;) could too.  I can't find Fluke's post now, but he said it better than I can. I was probably reading around the forum and reading folks total conviction about 'their' religion and it struck home. Also, the posts yesterday about trying to persuade others of our opinion . It doesn't usually work. They're going to read their usual sources.

    I'll get me coat. 

  9. I don't know how to find it without a huge headache but 'Fluke' said something yesterday I wanted to go back to as I didn't put a like on it at the time. It was about us looking at our beliefs and realising they *are* beliefs, and as such probably/definitely have some cognitive bias. It's one of the most important things in a person's growth to realise this, I believe. For many reasons, mostly because of our upbringing, we are biassed, it's inevitable. The best thing we can do is check our sources and references but unless we're experts we're all choosing the experts that match our bias. 

     

    For example, two people I've told in real life that I don't believe any of this crap have said, so you're right wing? Hello? Nope. Brought up old Labour, definitely never right wing. I don't care who you'd vote for, I still have my beliefs about the so called virus and it's nothing to do with my politics. Why are people joining camps according to their political views? My gut tells me I'm right, but it's not political and I realise I MIGHT BE WRONG. I just don't believe so. Had to get that off my chest. Really liked Fluke's post.

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  10. I like Byron Katie's take on this. I have to use it because my daughter is giving my grandson the flu vaccination and other stuff that I didn't do to her. It gets so frustrating to believe in my mind that she's harming him, although she'd never want to do that deliberately.  But Katie says, and substitute Nature or Fate or Higher Power for God if it's not your thing:

     

    "If you’re not sure, stop and ask, “Mentally, whose business am I in?”

    There are only three kinds of business in the universe: mine, yours, and God’s."

     

  11. 7 hours ago, Macnamara said:

     

    geh' aht! I thought you were from holland!

     

    Nice one :)

    Probably because of the terrible hash I made of the English language in my first post. 😂 I get very anxious when I post anything and i edit it so much that it no longer makes much sense.  

  12. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

     

    join the police and sit next to other police in cafes or in cars or in vans without masks on whilst the public are made to stay at home

     

    join the police and squeeze money out of the british public whilst their currency is already being debased by money printing

     

    join the police and forget about the nuremburg code that says 'i was just following orders' is no defence for acting in immoral ways

     

    join the police and get an income from the state whilst you kettle, grab, gang-up on and brutalise members of the public whose own livlihoods are being destroyed by the corrupt SAGE team and their 'behavioural insights' team (psychological manipulators)

     

    join the police and leave your conscience at the door

     

    That's the thing isn't it? These people that are mentioned as being soulless, dead eyed and begging to be masked and police that behave as they do, Gates, Whitty, Hancock they really cannot be like us. We couldn't do it to people for the money, the power, no reason could make you behave this way. I veer towards a Gnostic mindset and I believe they actually aren't like us at all. Archons taken them over, reptiles, I dunno what they are but they are not like us at all. Something tells me this is a time when we are being separated into our types and it's becoming clearer every day what all of our souls are like from our behaviour. There's some pretty scary types out there. 

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  13. 1 hour ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

    Genuinely starting to look forward to the absolute carnage that the future holds just so I can see people's reaction to the suffering that their ignorance has helped create.

     

    That feeling is a big thing that keeps me going in a way, the general public may be laughing at us now but they won't be very very soon. Stupidity breeds ignorance.

     

    I know what you mean. I've started to say, after telling them what I think, "Well, time will tell." And I want them to see that we were all right, even though I don't want it to happen The vindication would be satisfying, but it's going to be carnage, as you say, and I have a grandchild and it breaks my heart. It'll just be hard not to say, "You see? You SEE?" I've been the black sheep all my life and laughed at for my views, but my gut tells me that David has always been right.

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  14. Okay, this is probably stupid and I know very little about politics, but I feel that 'democracy' (ha!) and voting are going to go pretty soon as part of the Reset. The Dutch govt has resigned as they have committed a terrible offence on the folk who they took thousands of euros back from, wrongfully. They're now a caretaker govt but will still decide on pandemic issues, leaving sensitive policies until March when there will be a vote.

     

    What if other governments do this? They all *should* resign, for their mishandling of the plandemic, so what if this opportunity is taken to leave doors open for no elections this year, but a putting in place of a new system? An oligarchy, a technocracy (as if they're experts, pah!) Voting has been put on hold for councils at least, this Spring I think, so what if this is the start of the whole system changing? If it's a stupid thought, ignore me. This is not my strength.

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  15. 1 hour ago, Brad the lad said:

     

     

    I don't want to make this page a shrine to this prick but just look at his face here. It's the type of face a child pulls when wanting to impress their father. What a little wanker because even the bods in the back ground are laughing at him!

     

     

     

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  16. 1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

    Covid infection shown to provide as much immunity as vaccines

     

    So you dont need a vaccine basically.

    But but but...the mutation!😱

     

    Weve been told for months now herd immunity doesnt work & they even changed the definition.

    Yep. Exactly the same as not needing a flu vaccination. I'll risk catching the flu, as always. I'll risk getting Covid. Think I already had it anyway, but as was in January before the cult got involved I just felt ill, coughed, rested, got better and nobody needed to know .. or shut down the effing world.

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  17. I don't want the vaccine but I'm 58 and my daughter and her toddler are on my tenancy. If it ever becomes necessary to show my housing association a proof of vaccination I guess I'll have to have it. Or if it's required in order to shop for food. Otherwise, a camp may be the final outcome.

     

    I'm reading David's 'The Answer' at the mo and what he says about love struck home. There's no fear when you're doing the right thing. If I die from the vaccine my daughter will be housed according to their contract. I'm not afraid, I just don't want to do what the bastard cult want. 

     

    'To consider the consequences of doing what you know to be right is to consider the possibility of NOT doing what you know to be right. Infinite Love will never do that.'  (D.I.)

     

    Is the right thing to stand up and be counted against tyranny, or keep a dear little boy in his home? I think refusing a vaccine won't make a blind bit of notice, and going to a camp won't help him either. We'll probably all be acting according to our own circumstances but if it was just me I'd go out fighting.

  18. He talks a lot about the microneedle array 'patch',  like a small plaster, which he thinks will be distributed globally by Amazon when the problem of the vaccine needing such cold storage fails. It's all in the plan.

     

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/04/03/bandage-like-coronavirus-vaccine-from-shows-promising-results-in-mice/

     

    The patch can also be used for  'wearable bio-signal recording', meaning it can monitor what's going on inside your body continuously. 

  19. 15 hours ago, kj35 said:

    I don't think David would shirk from being questioned. He isn't omnipotent.  He doesn't claim to get everything right. If 'we' spread stuff around that's incorrect just 'cos 'David says'...and it's later proved to be wrong or a psyop we ALL lose credibility.  Trusting in most of what David Icke says doesn't absolve us from having our own critically assessing thought processes.  And from what I've seen of David Icke he'd agree. 

     

     

     

     

     

    I'm sorry,  I was very angry yesterday, and I'm sure he wouldn't shirk from being questioned, you're absolutely right. I'm trying to be calmer today.

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