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  1. On the end of hook to catch some food maybe!

    Dont know what their problem is with recycling and if you think about it they have a recycling mentality problem.

    How the fuck is it possible that we are governed by such fuckwits? and why has it taken so long for this realisation to occur?


  2. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    CRISPR Gone Wrong: Fluffy Hamsters Turn Into ‘Aggressive’ Rage Monsters

    Posted By: Jeff Parsons via Metro(UK) May 30, 2022

    Scientists concluded, “We don’t understand this system as well as we thought we did.’ Yet, the Chief Medical Officer of Moderna (mRNA “vaccines”) said, “We are actually hacking the software of life. We think about it as an operating system. So if you could actually change that, if you could introduce a line of code, or change a line of code, it turns out it has profound implications for everything.”


    Politicians would do well to place a moratorium on all genetic editing on any and all species of live on planet earth! ⁃ TN Editor

    A team of scientists in the US have accidentally created overly-aggressive mutant hamsters following a gene-editing experiment.

    Using the controversial CRISPR technology, researchers at Northwestern University were examining a hormone called vasopressin and its receptor, Avpr1a.

    They opted to try and remove the latter from a group of Syrian hamsters, with the expectation it would increase bonding and co-operation between the lovable little critters.

    That’s because Avpr1a is understood to regulate things like teamwork and friendship as well as dominance and bonding.

    Their expectation proved to be wrong. Very wrong.

    ‘We were really surprised at the results,’ said Professor H Elliot Albers, the lead researcher on the study.

    ‘We anticipated that if we eliminated vasopressin activity, we would reduce both aggression and social communication.

    ‘But the opposite happened.’

    The academics found the adorable bundles of fluff turned into mutant rage monsters exhibiting ‘high levels of aggression towards other same-sex individuals’.

    All hamsters, regardless of genotype or sex, exhibited aggression (including chasing, biting, and pinning) when exposed to a nonaggressive, same-sex conspecific in a neutral arena.

    Professor Albert admitted the results of the experiment were a ‘startling conclusion’.



    Seems to me they know exactly what they are doing in a roundabout kind of way. (more about intent rather than capability! )

    I do however doubt the effectiveness of crisper.

    Before crisper the technology for gene editing could be equated (analogised) to using a cannon 200 miles away from a wall and firing bricks at the wall in the vain hope that they might hit and replace a brick. They would not know which wall it is though and was/is all assumption based. (indirect methodology)

    With crisper they have several bricks or a small section they can fire at the wall at once supposedly into a particular section. They don't know how many times the section is repeated or the context of the expression of those section replacements or again if they hit the correct wall within the abundant soup of genetic cellular detritus. The problems regarding accuracy remains as assumption based as before but is publicly marketed as "expertise" justifying ongoing chemical insult which is the major cause of mutation which in turn causes a reduction in function, which is passed off as genetic engineering! that hides beneath layers of abstraction (language, nomenclature and complexed methodology).


    Genetics as it is commonly portrayed, is a crap shoot which I believe to be intentional misdirection.

    My stance is that they are experts in chemical assaults that have gained specificity and refinement in combination lately (sometimes) with emr. The chemical cocktails (adjuvants)  included in "therapies" have consistently remained present and the question still remains as to why? when less deleterious methodology/materials could suffice. (if at all)

    This prompts other thoughts that revolve around Russian research into wave genetics which uses lasers to apply or retrieve information from genetic material. I don't think that this research was or is confined to the former USSR but is instead actively pursued around the world, unknown to us of course.

    If coherent light is able to record and transmit the genetic instruction set, then I have to wonder with regard to the introduction of widespread LED lighting if there may be consequences? 

    All this is supposition though, merely thoughts at the time of typing and not to be mistaken as anything other.


    It seems that the "indirect" nature of so called genetics, though, is not at all comprehended and therefore not appreciated.


    AVPR (1a)  -  alien verses predator tech superiority predictive programming/priming! LOL


    Overall - They be wankers ;)






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  3. 47 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:


    Please note, "RealRawNews" is a fake news website, and by sharing their silly articles, it makes genuine conspiracy theorists look silly.

    Thanks for the heads up!

    This is exactly it.

    Mistakes like this are easy to make and no-one is immune.

    I should have looked at the front page which has a headline "Military Sentences Alec Baldwin to Death" FFS


    Revelling in embarrassment LOL


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  4. Virologists might like to consider another line of work, same applies across the statist spectrum!   

    Being on the statist spectrum is a very serious disorder ;)






    CDC Quietly Fires Monkeypox Deniers

    by Michael Baxter

    May 26, 2022
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    The Centers for Disease Control has quietly begun firing employees who won’t toe the agency’s monkeypox narrative, a CDC whistleblower told Real Raw News.

    The whistleblower, a tenured research scientist at the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID,) said that Dr. Christopher Braden, the Dept.’s head, has since May 16 terminated a tenured virologist and two lab assistants for questioning the veracity of current monkeypox cases in the United States. The firings, he added, occurred within days of the employees questioning whether the CDC was artificially amplifying the existence of active monkeypox cases for political gain.

  5. 5 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Me neither, but I guess it could go either way. People will either get so sick of everything and start disobeying, or they will be so exhausted that they just give up and accept the boot on their necks. Let's hope it's not the latter. I have certainly felt mentally exhausted over recent months, I just carry on out of principle and to spite those that wish to do us harm. lol


    Agree with you

    On a lighter note - some people in my village are starting to show signs of life which is heartening (~90% injected!).

    Small village of a few hundred in the middle of England. Early days yet - see how it goes but certainly uplifting which is a nice change from the monotony.

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  6. 25 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    The only issue is the potential for me to be trapped by contrarian thinking, so I appreciate you and others that have looked into the virus part of the scam. I do probably spend too long just looking at the Orwellian mass surveillance aspects of what is going on.


    The benefit of a forum with endless perspectives is at the same time a strength and a weakness. Deciphering is the crux!

    I think were in for a wild  ride -  c19 jab set the stage with the list of side effects many of which to be used as excuse for further intervention/interference & power shifts.


    On the plus side I think that mass non compliance stands more of a chance of gaining ground as Grumpy owl commented earlier.

    I cant imagine another ~8 years of this shit! so some traction toward the positive is essential or we will be ground down to nothing.

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  7. 2 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


    Thanks. My view too.


    One can only listen to subversives talking about Hillary in an ankle tag, or Tom Hanks being taken out for the 11teenth time before you start to notice that well poisoners are making people sound nuts. If only people would just stick to the root of our problems, not unproductive nonsense.



    I followed the work of Lanka & Perth group in the early to mid  '00's who clearly demonstrated that HIV/aids was a crock.

    Now we have a small growing group of terrain theory advocates like Kaufman, Cowen who's views I tend to agree with while simultaneously being aware that others are warning of misdirection which leaves food for thought to some degree, although they appear to buy into viral "theory"  themselves!



    The water is being muddied across the board in a multitude of ways as intended imho which leads to defaulting to "authority"







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  8. 10 hours ago, alexa said:


    But seriously, is this what we are going to expect from here on ?


    The covid injections it seems has set the path for the next few years (future side effects perceived as disease) which was its true purpose imho as well as testing mortality rates.






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  9. On 4/19/2022 at 6:12 PM, DaleP said:


    Lightning supposed to fall and goes back up. I guess the earth was charged up and the plasma went up to the sky.

    These could be the recently deceased (in plasma form).

    Someone will have to correct me If I am wrong but I read years ago that lightning does indeed travel from the ground and discharges into the atmosphere.

    It is the same principle as observing a spoked wheel rotating where at particular rpm it appears to rotate backwards

    i.e. it is the speed at which the lightening travels that creates the illusion.


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  10. I was inadvertently diagnosed well over a decade ago and did not bother with their drugs or returning since then for inept advice

    7 Doctors and no joy for me so took matters into my own hands.

    Water only fasting ended the diabetes for me and a return of bad habits reintroduced diabetes.


    While in the thrall of bad habits I made a note of what improved sugar regulation, fatigue, digestion, weight gain and loss.

    What I found to be useful was Turmeric mixed in water with some black pepper, butter/oil improves absorption of turmeric.

    Cinnamon mixed with water - (learn about the 2 types)

    Milk thistle helps both liver and pancreas

    Dandelion root which is similar in action to milk thistle.

    Gymnema sylvestre I found to be the most helpful and definitely helped with pancreatitis and pain reduction and improvements to digestion.

    liquorice root is also great for glands.


    Pancreas is also responsible for supplying the kidneys with bicarbonate for blood homeostasis so an alkaline diet helps as does bicarbonate taken regularly if your diet is lacking.


    Modern medicine tends to view aspects of health in isolation which as flawed.

    Magnesium deficiency is also a major factor with many conditions.


    However, I don't know about metformin & cant believe it will resolve your troubles in the long term.

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