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Ethel

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  1. I generally don't support this group but I can't argue with the wonderful metaphor of associating a heap of horseshit with the daily mail.
  2. Me too. I have played the remake. It's a good game in it's own right, worth playing, but it doesn't improve on the original. This may seem like an odd statement, because the graphics are a million times better, but there's more to a game than graphics. I think the appeal of the original over the remake is that the graphics in the original don't distract from the emotional investment in the plot and characters, whereas the graphics in the remake are so dazzling that they do supersede character and plot development. That's just my personal experience though.
  3. Couldn't agree more, the various pieces of music fit the various plot threads perfectly, and I listen to Uematsu regularly, in fact, Aerith's theme is my phone ringtone, and I wake up to it every morning as my alarm. The final fantasy games were a major part of my childhood
  4. Hmm, interesting. Which indicates that distrust of authority may possibly be higher in Black or Indian people... Not sure
  5. I was mistaken about why; it's because the Convid vaccine contains blood plasma and the JWs are against transfusions. They disapprove of abortion, but don't protest it.
  6. Morrissey has spoken before about his love for 'Double Barrel' by Dave and Ansell Collins. Which, last time I checked, was a ska-reggae song:
  7. Islam, Judaism, and Jehovah's Witnesses should technically all be opposing this Convid vaccine. The first two, because it contains pork, and the third because it contains aborted fetal cells. Actually most Christian denominations should decline the Convid jab on those grounds.
  8. I love Morrissey, he's my favourite singer of all time, but he is definitely a paradox. As an open bisexual, he is a liberal when it comes to sexuality, a conservative when it comes to race and immigration. It's probably best just to focus on his lyrics, which are often arguably some of the best in the history of music.
  9. Haven't some people in this forum correctly pointed out that the media's current Afghanistan narrative exists only to distract people from certain other things? Isn't it that case that successful dark magicians excel at getting people to look in one particular direction as something else is happening outside their field of vision? Be careful people. You're being played.
  10. I don't 'do' politics any more. I have been on both sides of the political spectrum; liberal and conservative. At one time I was involved with the Communist league and was a BLM supporter, at other times, I have condemned immigration and had an unkind "send them home" attitude. All of this is fatuous. It is an illusion. It is all there to be transcended. Just don't expect life to be easier when you can see both the validity and limitation of both sides of an argument, because it isn't. People expect you to pick a 'side'.
  11. The Reptilian theory is not Icke's alone. It has been widely references and alluded to both directly and indirectly. Believing his own theory is dependent on four pillars: 1.) That aliens exist 2.) That some of them have Reptilian origin 3.) That some of those beings can shift between dimensions 4.) That some of those beings 'possess' many high profile figures on planet earth Number one is not a stretch. The second is not implausible, why would it be? Multi-dimensional reality has been hypothesized by strong theorists and many others in 'science'. It isn't far-fetched, it just sounds it to the kind of people who think that the BBC is the cutting edge of accurate, reliable information. It's the last one most people have difficult with. So what? There are few things that can be regarded as 'impossible'. Most people's perception of reality is tiny, so they laugh and ridicule. Let them.
  12. Up until the last fortnight or so, I was convinced another lockdown was coming, if not by the end of this year, then early next year. I was sure this would be blamed on those who haven't has the Convid 'jab'.

     

    Maybe this is silly, but I am now starting to wonder whether another lockdown will happen. Just a feeling...

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    2. Ethel

      Ethel

      Also, it wasn't intentional that this was posted at 11:11. 

       

      I only just noticed.

    3. Fluke

      Fluke

      That's what they all say Ethel 😉. On a serious note I'm having lots of synchronistic  stuff happening lately. 

    4. Ethel

      Ethel

      That's usually a sign that you're in tune with the universe. Synchronicity is a fascinating subject. If you have never read it, I highly recommend the book:

       

      "Synchronicity: The Marriage Of Matter And Psyche" by F. David Peat

  13. He was an interesting guy actually. Somewhat of a maverick and a fairly authentic thinker, especially by mainstream standards. If you manage to locate on the Internet any of the longer interviews he did they are well worth listening to. Because he was a maverick, I am sure he would have spoken out about Convid. This leads me to believe that they either waited until his death to orchestrate this entire ruse, or 'disposed' of him.
  14. One of the oldest books on mass manipulation is 'The Prince' by Niccolo Machiavelli. It was aimed at royalty, but much of his rhetoric is still highly prescient today.
  15. We're talking about a demographic of people who will believe more or less anything if it's people in authority who are telling them. Their critical thinking is either absent or frozen when assessing authority figures. It doesn't matter what you say to them. You could sit irrefutable evidence in front of them that this fucking 'pandemic' is a scam and they still wouldn't get it, as per neuroplasticity. It just doesn't matter. Their brain will have to rewire itself back to it's original state, probably through suffering. In the meantime, those of us who see it are probably meant to be focusing on other things, like mentally and emotionally preparing for our inevitable scapegoating.
  16. This is more than adequate as an explanation, and entirely likely in a large number of cases. However, I strongly suspect that the average person doesn't even understand what 'psychosomatic illness' is. They outsource all responsibility for their health to a 'doctor'.
  17. I made the decision today that I will no longer be carrying the sunflower lanyard on me when I am out and about. I will not explain, justify our defend my right to breath properly. Any place which asks me to provide evidence of anything will be reported and/ or dealt with through official channels or being named and shamed.

     

    I am not your bitch.

    I am not your slave.

    I am not your house negro.

    I am not your Jew, living in Nazi Germany.

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    2. Anti Facts Sir

      Anti Facts Sir

      I salute you.

       

      Last month I lost my exemption card (it must have slipped out of the lanyard thing when I was awkwardly getting in or out of the car - I am disabled), and for a few days I thought about just not wearing anything at all. It had been over a year, everyone knows the score, even the "official guidance" no longer requires it by law. Yet the majority of people still wear their masks, and the shops are still banging on about it, only now it's a "personal choice" (subtext: you're an evil bastard if you don't wear it). So I just keep the sunflower ribbon part visible and ignore any looks I may get (if people are twisted enough to confront a geezer in a wheelchair, then that's their problem). But I am getting to the stage where I may just toss it...especially if someone ever dared to question me or demand "proof".

       

    3. Ethel

      Ethel

      It made me feel small. 

    4. plutes

      plutes

      I never wore one, in any store if they asked would you like a mask sir I simple said exempt, it was always enough for me too avoid any arguments. 

       

      I also choose to shop in ldle as they had a no requirement to even wear one, I was probably one of the few that still never wore one but gained much respect for lidl 

  18. I relate strongly. I won't say "you're not alone" because I know that if you feel alone, it hurts to have someone say that, but I understand and can relate strongly to what you are expressing. I often view myself as something in need of 'fixing' and it causes me to behave in dysfunctional ways. Sorry for what you are going through. I wish you well, for what it's worth.
  19. I've played 1-3, 7-9 and 15. FF7 remains my all time favourite game. Many now laugh at it's graphics but this is like laughing at a sunflower because it is only 3 feet high instead of 6. A three feet high sunflower is still a thing of beauty, final fantasy 7 is still an epic ride, even with clunky graphics. Number 8 is a masterpiece also, and number 9 is spectacular. I would say 8 and 9 are my joint second favourite. I have heard 10 was also outstanding, and couldn't really warm to 15 because it abandoned the traditional battle style. The FF7 remake is also excellent, but very different to the original in many respects.
  20. The music is my favourite video game music. If you take Aerith's Theme, from Final Fantasy 7, for example, it stands as a beautiful piece of music in it's own right, let alone as one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever to appear in a video game.
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