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  1. 10 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

    I see 'Dame' Esther 'Rancid' is now pushing the 'assisted suicide' agenda, faithful to the 'Elite' until the very end, apparently! 🤔Karma always gets even, no matter how long it takes! 

    Didn't hear her fighting for those before her though I don't follow the rancid hag. All about her as has always been the case.

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  2. 8 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    It's all you see. Every fcuking day of the week, all last year and all this so far. Putting in this stuff...digging up the roads, pavements, attaching it to existing infrastructure. Meanwhile society is crumbling.

    Not watching msm and living in a relatively remote area I haven't seen anything much yet. In the nearby town some but Cornwall always seems to be at the back of the queue. In this instance I'm not grumbling.

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  3. 8 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    But that's the crux. Humanity will. The people controlling humanity and steering it, will not use AI in a fluffy bunny type of way. And once you create an AI that can think for itself, humanity loses control of what happens next anyway.

    My mum used to pull the plug out when we got carried away. I know it's not that simple but it probably is. If there is nothing powering the machine it cant work.

  4. 10 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Yes I think that is what he means.  he uses the term AI far too loosely and gives false impression..

     

    Apparently we are still some way until any advanced AI though....

    I think like most tech, what we have is levels below what governments have. Same as tech trickling down into civilian vehicles from Formula 1 development. Or some possibly better example.

  5. 3 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

    Still, they are making out the problem is with Covid 19 infection. Claiming ony very minor vaccine based issue.

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  6. 3 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Think the lone wolf path is for me ..

    Think you're right. Some of the most ego driven people I have met are so called spiritual. It has always seemed that they are "more" aware, "more" understanding. They seem only interested in being the centre of attention. No interest in learning or listening. They like their hold on their little circle of devotees.

    Obviously I haven't met everyone so I am still open minded but I think a spiritual search is always going to be best uninfluenced by others egos.

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  7. 1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

    lets head over to benjamin fulford

     

    The biggest and most unreported news of the past week was that King Charles had abdicated the throne of England. The story being put out is that he is undergoing prostate surgery (just like US “Defense Secretary” Lloyd Austin). It also turns out Crown Prince William will not be taking over because his wife Kate Middleton underwent a “planned abdominal surgery.”

     

    Remember, Charles claimed the throne exactly 6 months, 6 weeks and 6 days after his mother Queen Elizabeth II was murdered, according to MI6. This means he openly declared his allegiance to Satan. He had to because those loyal to Satan must have horrific crimes on record so that they can be blackmailed into obedience.

    MI6 sources say Charles and Lloyd Austin etc. were removed because they had been planning a horrific false flag event designed to usher in a Satanic dictatorship. This black swan event has thus been averted.

    Is there a link? This sounds like complete bolloxs.

  8. 4 hours ago, xpwales said:

     

    Michael Tsarion says the same, that the story of Moses is the retelling of the story of Akenhaton.

     

    He talks about this in the following interview...

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    https://www.bitchute.com/video/813I3LmYRBXS/

     

    And in his book...

    PDF - Irish Origins of Civilization - Michael Tsarion – Volume 1 and 2

    https://www.pdfdrive.com/the-irish-origins-of-civilization-vol-i-and-vol-ii-e161412035.html

     

     

    He also references other books regarding Moses/Akhenaton on one of his websites...

    https://www.irishoriginsofcivilization.com/library.html

     

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    Act of God : Tutankhamun, Moses & the myth of Atlantis - Graham Phillips

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    https://archive.org/details/actofgodtutankha0000phil

     

    Moses and Akhenaten : the secret history of Egypt at the time of the Exodus - Ahmed Osman

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    https://archive.org/details/mosesakhenatense0000osma

     

    Moses and Monotheism - Sigmund Freud - 1939

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    https://ia902907.us.archive.org/17/items/SigmundFreud/Sigmund Freud [1939] Moses and Monotheism (Katherine Jones translation%2C 1939).pdf

     

    Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism - Jan Assmann

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    https://archive.org/details/WesternMonotheism

     

    Moses in Ancient Egypt – Richard Darlow

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    (sorry no link)

     

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    Nice. Gives me plenty to check out.

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  9. 17 hours ago, Velma said:

    I read a similar theory in The Tutankhamun Deception by Gerald O'Farrell.

     

    Carter and Carnarvon found scrolls in the tomb which would rewrite the Exodus story and the history of Moses (an Egyptian aide to Akhenaten) which they subsequently hid and the "mummy's curse" dispensed with anyone in the know. The famous gold face mask paraded to the world is not even Tutankhamun, but his brother! The bulk of the priceless treasures were smuggled out of Egypt in Fortnum & Mason wine boxes, to the Rothschilds, naturally, since they funded the excavation.

    Collins proposes that Akenhaten may have been Moses. Went into exile after collapse of monotheism. Didn't mention the mask at all. He does discuss an undeclared treasure being found in a F&M wine box. Supposedly the cause in decline of relations with the Egyptian antiquities department and the loss of digging permits thereafter.

    He doesn't mention that the mummies curse was a cover for dispensing anyone in the know. He does suggest that Carnarvons syptoms, and a friend who was involved named Hall I think, could have been mercury poisoning. He says that even though mercury was of common use at the time the doses involved would need to be very high and so likely murder.

    It also helped that Almina Carnarvon (Wombwell) was illegitamate daughter of Alfred de Rothschild. I know you know this but it adds a later for other readers.

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  10. 5 hours ago, Velma said:

     

    The Amalekites, like all the other tribes of the Levant were Canaanites, apart from Goliath, therefore, human... they worshipped Baal, a pagan sacrificial cult which the Israelites who settled there, after they smote Amalek, adopted.

    Just finished reading, Tutankhamun the exodus conspiracy by Andew Collins and Chris Ogilvie-Herald. Goes into detail about the Amalekites and other tribes of the era. Howard Carter is said to have threatened the British consulate, after losing digging rights, in Cairo with the revelation of what was written on papyrus allegedly found. It is suggested an alternate version of the biblical exodus. One in which there was so much cherry picking between belief systems and the manor in how "moses" left Egypt that it would potentialy collapse the Balfour declaration and destroy zionist plans for Israel.

    Even though it can't be proven as the papyrus have never revealed (if they even existed) Wouldn't suprise me though.

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  11. 11 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

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    Feels bad man.

    To add to this: The U.K. does not have an army anymore. Numbers not considered enough. It is classed as a defence force. It has been this way for a good few years now. 

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  12. 1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

    Mark zuckerburg has said that he is going to start managing cattle on his hawaiian ranch which at first glance might seem really strange seeing as the globalist oligarchic cabal are always telling us to stop eating beef and that the farmers must get rid of their cows.

     

    But then when you read into the story a bit deeper you see that he's not rearing beef for you and me. No he's planning to make the BEST beef on the planet. He's using particular breeds of cattle like angus and kobe and he's going to feed them on macadamia nuts and beer made on his estate

     

    So what he's really doing is making beef that only the oligarchic el-ite will be able to afford. So whilst they tell us common folk to eat lab grown, synthetic fake-meat and bugs, mark and his billionaire pals are going to be dining on the finest beef money can buy, despite the CO2 footprint....

     I would prefer beef reared on grass but maybe I’m out of touch.

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  13. On 1/12/2024 at 1:57 PM, RobinJ said:

    nxiety is an embedded fear response. Breaking through fear is the key to everything right now

    I agree though I think, as I posted above, that used in a controlled and rational manner anxiety can help us to make critical choices in a positive way. I try to turn every negative into a positive. 

    I appreciate the "fear" you are alluding to is more to do with world events etc. In this respect you are spot on. I accept that as an individual I cannot change the inexorable march into chaos but by understanding why and how this chaos is unfolding helps me to be in control of my immediate area of influence. As a result of being relaxed I am then able to consider how I could possibly join with others to bring about a better reality (for want of a better term).

  14. 1 hour ago, Campion said:

    MO a certain amount of anxiety is healthy and a necessary part of our survival instinct of fear and anger

    Agreed. I think we have evolved on a technilogical level much faster that an anotomical evolution can keep up with. Add to that groups who want to keep us stressed and you have a good control model.

    I agree that a certain amount of controlled anxiety is beneficial. Harnessed the right way with rational thought we can turn our anxieties into positive action. Maybe it could be in improving our quality of life or enabling us to consider choices for our own personal development and knowledge for example. Concerned about how events were unfolding gave me the final push I needed to become more self sufficient. Also becouse of the anxiety around rising bills as a family we really looked inward to search for what was really important and necessary. As a result of this the impact of rising prises has been muted to a large degree. Plus by being proactive it doesnt feel like we have made cut backs.

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  15. 40 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

     

    Agreed. The cracks are starting to show as war opens up on multiple fronts.

     

    The big one would probably be China vs Taiwan, which would draw the US into conflict with China and that would leave an isolated Europe in a weak position.

    No doubt lapdog U.K. will provide whatever support needed to our liege lords the U.S.A. Convienient that Cameron comes back now. They would consider him a very reliable and very experienced go between. Now's not the time for inexperience or youth. Nows the time to get the job done. At least thats how I see the mentality of the warmongers and overlords.

     

    As far as China vs Taiwan goes the US is not used to fighting wars against countries with very highly trained personel with enormoius numerical advantages. The sheer size of China also implies how much harder it would be to defeat imo.

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  16. 40 minutes ago, Campion said:

     

    I'm not too sure, I've used you.com with a vpn and if I get too close to conspiracy territory it gives me a very polite but obviously scripted message about not believing in conspiracy theories and to use trustworthy sources. 

    Same on chatgpt. I used proven examples such as Tuskegee to “convince” it that not all conspiracies are untrue. It claimed it would “learn” from our discussion. Yeah right!

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  17. 3 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Can someone tell me if chat AI is safe to use?

     

     

    Being really sad, I argued chatgpt to a standstill. Argued that “it’s” responses were clearly biased. Got it except that it’s programmers would clearly have view points and agendas that would be unknowingly fed into the AI’s algorithms.

    Everything is recorded so I go with the assumption that what we input is processed for whatever benefit it may have to the owners and investors. I’m sure that three letter agencies have access as well, if they’re not at the top of the tree in the first instance.

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  18. 4 hours ago, Nemo said:

    House of Commons' are anything more than useful idiots.

    I agree totally but don't forget that many mp's are willing and glad to be so. They would hold their beliefs readily without pressure. Look at them they were either the school bully or the bullied getting revenge. In what world would Rees Mogg be taken seriously. Unfortunately ours.

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