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  1. Also, because of the design of bit chute it can sometimes be a bit difficult to get immediately access some of David's older, (still extremely valuable) videos, so I can recommend 'alt censored' as a resource for accessing the entire contents of his old youtube channel. https://altcensored.com/search?q=david+icke I highly recommend doing this, as some of his older videos are fascinating, and lay the groundwork for a lot of what he is saying now.
  2. On the off-chance that this thread is referring to myself, I shall clarify my position. In the above post, reference is made to 'sabotage'. In another thread, I was quoted as saying: "If I were in your shoes, working in a pharmacy I'd sabotage the hell out of as many things as possible, especially relating to vaccines, before moving on. Just saying." If anyone has a problem with this, they are clinging to a certain fear-based level of consciousness which needs to be transcended before the human race can move on to something better. Sometimes rules need to be broken. Sometimes 'the rules' are not inherently good. Sometimes obedience to authority is not a virtue. Some people talk a big game, but aren't quite as good as taking action. I haven't broken any laws or created any destruction in the entirety of 2020, but that doesn't mean that I don't see value in breaking rules in the name of the greater good. I don't want things in our society to descend into violence either, but what about self-defence? Even though I have made posts on this forum about how much I dislike police, I saw a video this evening of a protest in Bristol and watched as a group of people surrounded the police in a circle whilst screaming "shame on you". I did not feel happy or elated by this, I felt the fear of the police, I felt sorry for them. We call this empathy. I have no wish to see the police being harmed, but their job is becoming more and more of a problem, and soon they are going to have to make important decisions about the future, because if they stay in their current vocation, they are either going to end up hurting people, or getting hurt. Violence isn't 'the answer', but people need to understand that if they don't start taking some serious action in their life, and developing their sacred masculine elements, they may eventually be forced into a position of acting in self-defense. It is now that scary. If you think petitions or engaging with the fucking clowns in parliament has any value by this point you are dreaming. I got on a bus today and an announcement came over the tannoy about facemasks being mandatory. I was the only one on the bus not wearing one. I was on the bus for 20 minutes and the announcement didn't come on again, because no other person got on the bus who wasn't wearing a mask. THAT is where we are at people: that a person can be targeted by tannoy announcements on a bus in an effort to shame them into complicance. I hear sirens roughly every 60 minutes throughout the day in a hick town in nowheresville. To try and psychologically manipulate people. That's where we're at. I am currently in need of serious health care and run a very real risk of being told that I can't get it because of a refusal to comply with ramming a cotton swab up my nose, or toxic shite into my body. THAT is where we are at. So please, forgive me if I happen to encourage a pharmacist to sabotage vaccine distribution. TAKE ACTION.
  3. ASDA: https://www.facebook.com/DMFEnglish/videos/10158143713484209 This time the culprit is Asda Dundee, refusing entry to non mask wearers. Boycott the cunts if you can, email them, let them know, use another supermarket if you can. We need to voice our perspective if we think it is worth having. We need to speak our truth, stand up for our truth.
  4. I have a special admiration for people who are trying to raise children to be critical thinkers at a time like this. The level of difficulty associated with being a parent at this time, whilst also seeing through everything that's going on, must be heavy duty. I couldn't do it, I am struggling just to get by just looking after me. If I were in your shoes, working in a pharmacy I'd sabotage the hell out of as many things as possible, especially relating to vaccines, before moving on. Just saying ;-)
  5. This is pandering. Remember: conditional acceptance from others is exactly that. I'm pretty sure it's better to be hated for what you are than loved for what you're not.
  6. As with all things in life, there are options available to you, it depends on your outlook which ones you explore. If you fall into the "any job is better than no job" camp of people in our society, OPTION A is to continue working for the pharmacy and continue to play a part in peddling poison to people in order to make billionaires richer. This choice will also involve allowing your employers to inject poison, including mercury, into your body, again, so that billionaires can become richer. Or, OPTION B: you could ponder the reality that prostitution, crack-dealing, and being an assassin are all jobs, thereby proving that not all paid work necessarily makes the world a better place, and that, in the grand scheme of things, neither does your job. At all. However, when you live in a corrupt cesspit, integrity comes at a price. Those who promote 'survival of the fittest ideals' will particularly enjoy option A. The added benefit of this option is that pharmacies will be one of the industries set to thrive in our brave new world, profiting off the gargantuan amounts of physical and psychological sickness which will soon overwhelm society in response to lockdowns and other restrictions, and the naivete of people who think anything sold in a pharmacy could possibly benefit them in any way, shape or form.
  7. I am opposed to abortion. I cannot possibly imagine any circumstances in which I could possibly be persuaded around to the idea that it is defensible in any circumstances, although I am more than happy for our divine creator to attempt to do so, if that is the creator's will. I have known two women in my life who had abortions. I would not treat them any differently, and continued to care, and act the same, even after I knew. This wasn't good enough for one of these women though. Knowing that I was vocally pro-life, she then began to psychologically project the guilt and shame she was feeling onto me in the aftermath of having an abortion. It was crystal clear that this was what she was doing, and she knew it herself. I allowed this person to intimidate and threaten me into abandoning my opinions, because that's the kind of weak doormat I was back in those days. This will never happen ever again. I have seen the videos and the photographs. I have read the descriptions, about limbs being torn off. It is obscene. I do not support this under any circumstances. There is a law of cause and effect; there are universal laws which take care of everything, and they have more value than any man made law ever created. There are few interventions into the natural course of events I support, if any, but that's another matter. I don't support abortion under any circumstances. I could happily explain this viewpoint if pressed. There are so many aspects of it which sicken me, but one of the main ones is that idea that a lot of women have nowadays that they "shouldn't have to" feel shame afterwards. These foolish individuals have no idea how emotions even work, or what their purpose is. People's emotions are a feedback mechanism. The shame indicates that the person has violated some part of their own principles. These women then reframe this and project their shame onto the pro-life movement, rather than acknowledge that the shame is very real evidence that they themselves have a problem with what they have done. They are their own biggest critics, and the presence of shame proves it. They should be ashamed. The only way that they can continue to see themselves as 'good' is to reframe what they have done, and this is done through the use of euphemistic language i.e. 'abortion', 'termination', 'bundle of cells'. Horseshit. I can understand why many people feel inclined to empathize with women who have had abortions, because nobody enjoys experiencing guilt and/or shame, but the morality of it is actually fairly simple. They have, at the very least, killed a part of themselves, but also, a separate organism, which absolutely does have consciousness. Again, endlessly euphemistic language is wheeled out so that entitled, irresponsible people can continue to see themselves as good guys. I will not change my perspective on this. I have seen the photos and videos, they should be shocking to anyone who is not mentally, emotionally and spiritually damaged. I had a highly authoritarian Father, and was also a black sheep within my family, and have been held to ridiculously high standards by my family my whole life. Others too have judged me for the most minor of infractions, and yet these women have their own offspring sucked out of them and then expect to be coddled by society? No, no, NO. I find the unfair distribution of moral culpability a BIG fucking problem, i.e. some of us are held to very high standards whilst others are allowed to behave in immoral ways and are enabled, being told that they've "done nothing wrong". Their emotions will tell another story, of course, but in a society which doesn't value the heart space, far less listen to it, that won't mean much.
  8. This is very relatable. Being in the situation of being surrounded by people who don't understand the reality of the way things are right now can feel heartbreaking. I have one person in my life who 'gets it', up to a point. If/when that 'ceases to be the case' I don't know how I will continue living, to be honest. I don't think there are many human beings who could live through that level of aloneness. Also what you said about nature makes perfect sense. I spent 3 hours in a forest today, walking around, and it was the happiest I've been in a long time.
  9. Can you expand upon this please?
  10. It's nothing personal. My parents pay it too and I've told them it is an idiotic decision. Cancel the direct debit. They aid and abet paedophiles. Jimmy Saville was a child raping necrophiliac and the BBC harboured him for years. Just cancel it; it's a civic duty.
  11. I will be using this thread to alert forum users to instances in which companies behave in hostile or abusive ways to non mask wearers or anyone who challenges the official narrative on covid 19 in any way. Please feel free to add your own contributions to this thread, and may I make the suggestion that wherever possible, we refuse to buy from companies which engage in this kind of behaviour, whilst also making the company aware that we are boycotting them. To begin with, here is culprit one, TK Maxx, who, in their Ayrshire branch, had the police remove a family of non mask wearers from the shop. They all had hidden disabilities - not that it matters. I contacted them to tell them I wouldn't be using TK Maxx shop any more, and would tell everyone I know to do the same. https://www.facebook.com/665113411/videos/10157862135198412/
  12. Seems like 'comments are turned off' is increasingly becoming part of the new normal, at least for a large number of cowards posting their filthy propaganda on youtube. I down-voted their disgusting garbage.
  13. Great idea - I thought of doing the same thing myself.
  14. I saw this coming a mile off. One of the earliest posts I ever made on this forum was the speculation that eventually, bit chute would succumb to censorship. Nothing is sacred any more; they'll be coming for the thoughts in our heads next.
  15. You are doing the right thing, you are doing what a parent is meant to do; teaching their child to think critically and for themselves, rather than for the hive mind. I wish more parents were like you.
  16. Totally with you on this. I have started putting up posters in a variety of places, pointing out the harmful nature of various aspects of this. I plan to keep going. I will try it from several angles, dispersing info. I might try various different approaches, but the way I figure it, if 1000 people of this forum all dispersed info in the form of leaflets/poster, and they dispersed it to 1000 people each, well... that's a lot of people reached. Many of those people will be asleep, but it's about planting seeds, really.
  17. It's an attempt to individuate. There is a direct correlation between the level of attachment a person has to 'labels' in adulthood, and the extent to which they failed to successfully individuate in childhood. That is why there are people whom attempt to create 'identity' labels out of thin air.
  18. The problem here is Tribalism-based thinking. Logically, these 'actors' represent nothing except themselves and their own point of awareness. I am not in favour of the idea of individuals representing an entire 'group' of people we call 'conspiracy theorists/researchers'. Why? Because groups are made up of individuals. We should not all be singing from the same hymn sheet. A conscious group of individuals are able to rise above Tribalism and unite as individuals, not automatons in one group. Funny how this dynamic only occurs when dealing with niche groups, i.e. conspiracy 'theorists', Scientologists, New agers. Sticking to little scripts. These individuals don't represent conspiracy 'theorists' any more than Ted Bundy represents men. This dynamic works thusly; a set of agreed upon values and informal 'rules' are implied or unconsciously agreed upon, then all of the individuals within that group prune their 'self' to align with the set of values in order to be seen as a 'good' representative of that 'group', i.e. "believes in aliens" +15 points "believes in MK ultra mind control" +5 points "believes in flat earth" -10 points "believes in vaccines" -50 points And so on. The common denominator is a commitment to seeking truth, but part of the overall awakening process is a realization that in life, often what you think you know, you don't, or even what you think you don't know, you do. Either way, it is fairly easy to destroy the argument that a tiny handful of individuals 'represent' millions of people worldwide.
  19. This old David Icke video actually describes this issue to a great degree. https://altcensored.com/watch?v=lyO-DIh-k3k
  20. By my own personal standards, 'no' to all of the above. But our natural laws work in a specific way; there is a law of cause and effect, and what I am desperately trying to figure out is "how much action is too little, how much action is too much"? I suppose it's silly for me to expect others to give me 'the answers' but thanks for your feedback.
  21. I acquired a couple of books recently on Stoicism and they have caused me to question the resistance those with an interest in conspiracy research have towards the changes currently being rolled out in our society. One of the concepts of Stoicism is 'Amor Fati' or "love of one's fate". What if we are fated to enter in to this Ultra Fascist new world order. Worst still, what if we are doing the wrong thing trying to stop it? Bear with me: This is a collective manifestation. The position we are now in, a position in which restrictions are being placed on us every day, is the result of past actions, going back who knows how long. It is the collective unconscious, coming to the surface. As within, so without. As above, so below. The law of cause and effect. We are being shat on because 'we', i.e. generations of people, have tolerated many thousands of years of being shat on by 'authority'. When was the last time in human history we were truly 'free'? Nobody knows. This current manifestation is designed to show us where we went wrong, so that we can change our actions, but what I cannot figure out is whether this should include people like us trying to change the hearts and minds of the general population. I'm not saying it shouldn't. I printed out hundreds of informative leaflets/posters which I had intended to distribute. It just contained simple facts about the obvious downsides of masks, lockdown, hand sanitizer and social distancing. It saddens me to think of people ignoring or destroying the leaflets, but it saddens me even more to think: "what if we're just meant to accept what is unfolding"? I want to be wrong, so, so badly. I had prepared myself for taking action and vowing never to give up trying to help people see what we are heading towards, and today it has shifted again. I feel a sad sense of futility, as though I am doing something wrong by trying to prevent people from heading into a suffering which they might actually need in order to awaken. I still haven't made my mind up either way.
  22. they view us as idiots for questioning authority, the masses. I have heard them say it. They think we're the idiots. I watch people put on a mask to walk ten feet from the door of a cafe to the table, and they think we are the stupid ones.
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