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  1. Alithia (Greek: Η Αλήθεια, meaning "The Truth") That laugh did not seem genuine. Rather, it seemed to me to be deliberate (acted out) and looking at the meaning of Alithia it looks like outright mockery.
  2. I remember the same 'debate' when Convid became mainstream news in early 2020. Is it airborne and how long can it last on surfaces? Studies being done, conflicting data, changes of 'science' etc. Of course, Bill and Melinda Gates had their rich fingers in the Imperial College (London) pie - which happened to be leading research on the potential catchability of the Rona at the start of it all. https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200317-covid-19-how-long-does-the-coronavirus-last-on-surfaces Same MO with the CDC changing its recommendation on wearing masks because they did not want to confuse people. https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-cdc-removes-mask-recommendation-monkeypox-travel-notice-avoid-confusion-2022-06-07/ Sowing confusion is something that is done deliberately by these people and it could mean that there is another whopper of a lie coming. Offering two contradictory statements allows them to go back in time and keep the one that best suits any agenda. The one that is scrubbed is done so in the name of new research. We shall see the term 'new research appears to show' many times in the future if they decide to run full throttle with monkeypox.
  3. We lived just outside Wolverhampton in the early 70's and my dad once came into my room and said: "You can support who you like but if you want to go to the match with me then you will support Wolves. If you want to support anybody else you can make your own effing way there" I was seven years old. I watched Wolves all over the country for 15 years or so regularly from 1975 until 1990, covering 82 league grounds (many of which no longer exist). Had so many great memories and learnt how to love and be loyal to something that was generally shite and would regularly make me miserable. Like you, I stopped following football (religiously) a long time ago. I do still listen to it on the radio when bored at work or at home but it means NOTHING compared to when it was an idol. Then, it was everything to me - as was cricket. Once you realise what football at the higher levels really is, you cannot enjoy it with any passion. Personally, I think there is much corruption in the game - notwithstanding it being used as a platform for all manner of dark agendas. I think of that famous Orwell quote often when I see Dippers crying: “So long as they (the Proles) continued to work and breed, their other activities were without importance. Left to themselves, like cattle turned loose upon the plains of Argentina, they had reverted to a style of life that appeared to be natural to them, a sort of ancestral pattern...Heavy physical work, the care of home and children, petty quarrels with neighbours, films, football, beer and above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.” As for Southgate, I find him odious. I find football forums to be odious. I find the whole SKY thing to be odious.
  4. I know that there is a great link on this site (probably buried within the main thread that is thousands of pages long) but I cannot as yet find it. I did find this, which might be of interest, but it wasn't what I was looking for. https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/heres-how-to-detox-from-the-covid-spike-protein-from-the-jab-or-the-virus/
  5. Most telling comment: "You are the carbon they want to reduce."
  6. Tulsa shooting: https://www-independent-co-uk.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/crime/tulsa-oklahoma-hospital-shooting-b2092362.html?amp_js_v=a6&amp_gsa=1&amp&usqp=mq331AQKKAFQArABIIACAw%3D%3D#aoh=16541478020417&csi=1&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From %1%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.independent.co.uk%2Fnews%2Fworld%2Famericas%2Fcrime%2Ftulsa-oklahoma-hospital-shooting-b2092362.html That's two mass shootings in close proximity in States that allow open carry without a permit.
  7. Went to the vaper Expo at the Birmingham NEC on Saturday. Amongst a good thousand people I did not see one mask. None of the vendors or models or salespeople or security were wearing masks, either. Folk were vaping their faces off and you could often barely see more than a few yards ahead at times. The popular stalls were five people deep and crammed all around. I spoke to only three or four people all day (I was focused on getting good deals) and when broaching the subject of 'covid' they were in agreement that it was a con job.
  8. The Royal family is just about the only thing that brings some semblance of unity between me and my hard left triple jabbed atheist dad - we both consider it a load of bollocks and for that I am in some small way thankful that they exist.
  9. Absolutely no shame whatsoever. Of all the presidents that have been in my lifetime, Hussein is the one that is possessed with evil above all others. He lies as easily as he breathes and a conscience is not even something he can comprehend. Quite simply, everything about him repulses me.
  10. That is the purpose of it - to make us look like morons. I said the same over that 'Watch the water' nonsense both here and elsewhere on the net and was originally chastised (as I expected) but most now see that for what it was. Same sort of heat when rebuking the Q stuff that Simon Parkes and company were pushing 18 months ago. The bullshit is purposely leaked into the atmosphere and those seeking attention (and there are MANY such sorts) will go with it as if they are some sort of prophetic voice. The same people trying to discredit real conspiracies are the same people behind false conspiracies. Confusion through mixture is their game. I do not believe one tenth of what people assume that I believe but I am rejected on account of assumptions born out of liars muddying waters wherever they tread. To many, "There is no pandemic" was translated to mean "Everything is a conspiracy to you".
  11. The reporter is sniggering inside and tries to hide the outward expression of it by covering his face and then wiping away an imaginary tear. Perhaps it's nerves over not knowing what to do in such a situation, for people behave bizarrely when under emotional pressure. On the other hand...
  12. I would like to know what sort of grinding, groping, fiddling, intrusive, rapey individual would see that poster and stop still in their tracks.
  13. I am noticing that on the buses and in the shops (at last). When you only see one or two in a crowd - particularly indoors - they look utterly ludicrous. They can get away with it outside in my area because there is a huge number of Chinese students that have been wearing these things since way before the bullshit hit the fan in 2020. But getting on the number 63 in rush hour or shuffling around the parsnips in isle one at Aldi, I find myself staring at them and I am sure that others do. We had a local nutter some years back who liked to dress as a clown and ride a penny farthing. He was considered harmless but I had my reservations due to him having a paedo face. I would stare at such a sight in the same way as I stare at isolated mask wearers. There was one at my new church the other week and I could not understand a word he was saying as he muffled a mixture of spit, compressed air and cotton. I just looked at him in genuine, stunned amazement.
  14. Favourite comment: Another testimony to the narcissistic, self absorbed, materialistic, egotistical society we've created. All these "children" can understand is how they can gratify themselves. Nothing else matters to them. It's sad and disgusting at the same time.
  15. Feels like everybody is just too tired of it all to bother. I know that I am - I look at the news that comes my way (I never search for it) and just glaze over and shrug my shoulders. I really don't care for anything that isn't happening before my eyes in my sphere of influence.
  16. I saw this last night and have to say that my default position is one of mistrust (as to the truth and validity of the event) and decided to have a look on here - but nobody seemed to either have noticed it happening or were probably groaning at the inevitability of this being a false flag and therefore not bothering to post about it out of exasperation. Yet one of these days there is bound to be a real event and then I would be in error calling something real to be false - calling the truth to be a lie. My point is that this rotten world always tempts us towards either not believing the truth or believing a lie. But even if this was a genuine shooting by a lunatic, with no involvement by anybody else, I bet the narrative is still loaded with anomalies - deliberately so - in order to distract folk from getting on with their lives or to discredit those who have called out false flags in the past. It is as if they want us to always be focusing on a conspiracy or a potential conspiracy whether there is one or not. The argument against the Second Amendment of late has been stifled by shootings happening in States where no good man with a gun was there to stop a bad man with a gun. It is therefore of little surprise that an atrocity has now happened in Texas, where not even a license is required for over 21's. Bring down Texas and you bring down the USA.
  17. I've been getting the same bullshit message this last week. A scam within a scam.
  18. Exactly what I have observed. I have been a member of three fellowships in 20 years and have seen a shocking lack of discernment. I do think that many worship at the altar of intelligence (ironically) and their own abilities/skills and don't actually have true faith. Twice I have been a lone voice and twice I have had to walk away. There is an aversion to any gift that comes from God and I think that this is because they know that if they would yield themselves, much of their lives would have to change. Anybody who has an addiction to control and cannot bear the thought of being rejected should have no place following Christ, yet they make up the vast majority of professing believers. This does actually encourage me in my faith because it is the same picture that Jesus - and later the Apostles - described as we near the very end and elicits a greater sense of urgency in my own walk and what I have been called to do both specifically and generally. I saw the hypocrisy, the fear, the blind stupidity disguised as wisdom (as they stood behind the highly educated and decorated experts and professors) for the best part of two years. The bravery, discernment and wisdom that I witnessed was (mainly) outside of the 'church' walls. Because of the seismic sense of time running out and the freedom to exercise free speech diminishing at an exponential rate, I used that as a kick up the arse to finish getting my book written and published - something that I had procrastinated over for 17 years. At least in my most recent fellowship I have met three others already who see the lies and are not afraid to speak the truth for fear of becoming unpopular and marked as divisive.
  19. So many who did not want anything to do with any jab decided to have it so that they could pay their mortgages etc. They feared losing their jobs and their houses. A colleague of mine's wife works as a nurse in the NHS. Her circle of friends/coworkers were all against the need for any jab but were also watching the clock go down to when they would be sacked. The majority caved in just before the cut off point. She held her ground and some time later the government relented. Each threat has been designed to scare people into getting jabbed. We saw other countries threatening complete ostracisation from society, heavy fines, even jail. His wife is now in the leper group at her hospital as those who caved in under what was an imaginary duress have turned against them. They are being punished by the jabbed for not doing what they did not want to have done to them either. We shall undoubtably have fear used against us as a weapon again when they hit us with the next disease (real or fake). As somebody once said: Fear is the primary method by which governments increase their control.
  20. And so more of the picture behind the picture comes into focus.
  21. I should have said the internet 'as we currently know it or used to know it'. Anything worth reading or watching or contributing will not be available once the entire thing is gone and then rebuilt from scratch in the image of their god.
  22. Yes, my vertical relationship with God is of far more importance than any horizontal relationship with people. The latter should flow out of the former, particularly where meeting together is concerned, yet I see people without the former and instead practising a powerless form of religion. Though we are exhorted to meet together, to worship together, to encourage each other, to pray, to minister the gifts and above all to love each other, we also have a picture given to us of an end times huge, false entity that we are to come out of. The last day or so has taught me to try and find like-minded Christians who I can fellowship with when the doors are inevitably closed again. Had I not even ventured back into a church building, I wouldn't already know three of them. The lady who is on the same page as me said (the first half hour we had met) that God is bringing certain people together in readiness for the next round of shite. I am inclined to believe her. I can see the internet being taken from us soon, so as to remove some of the strength and encouragement that many get from their only form of 'community'.
  23. Thanks - there is always a remnant. I remember posting the video of the Polish pastor in Canada during the first lockdown as he repeatedly told a load of police (who turned up at his church) to get out. Another pastor called John MacArthur, who I generally avoid, kept his church open and gave Scriptural reasoning as his foundation for doing so. He's one of the heroes (I don't like him) amongst my former church and I just know that would have mangled their brains. I simply gave credit where it was due. To hear pastors still rattling on about covid (erroneously so) and using that error in sermons makes me angry. As the lady I mentioned who shouted out "No!" said, we are not going to take any more shite and shall vote with our feet.
  24. After two years out of fellowship with fellow Christians I decided that I should try to find a church in the hope that I could find at least one believer that can see not only God's Kingdom but also the Kingdom of this world and the spirits therein. The church is largely fast asleep to both as tares outnumber wheat even in the pulpit. The church that I left had shut its doors in accordance with government bullying and was 100% behind the lie - every lie - to the point of lining up for every jab. They viewed me as divisive and deceived. Thankfully, my wife and kids (who still go there) could see the lies and though they stand alone in the midst of peer pressure from hardcore covidians, they have dug their heels in where they stand. I did spend the bulk of those 2 years telling them everything that I found to be true concerning the fake pandemic. I found a local fellowship a few weeks ago and met with a woman who understands exactly what is going on and the time we are in. Like me, she is no theologian with university training - just a simple person who has had a transformative experience with Jesus. And so to an away day that this new church was going to have, which coincided with a day off work. I put my name down and then learnt that this away day would be in the building of my former fellowship. I smiled and decided to still go, sitting with the like minded woman and two of her friends on the front row. The 'preacher' started by reeling off a whole stream of what he assumed were HIS achievements - first red flag. He was supposed to be preaching from Matthew 10 (the disciples being sent out in the face of hostility and opposition) but started warbling on about FEAR. His assumption was that everybody in that building was fearful. He then used 'covid' as an example of a genuine reason for fear and also used 'covid' as an example of people not fearing because they believed a lie - that they did not take covid seriously. Immediately, one of the women sitting next to me shook her head, got out of her seat and left the building. I knew exactly why she did. Minutes later, he was still banging on about covid and then switched to evangelism and how it is natural for all to be fearful ahead of preaching the Gospel to people. Nonsense! As I was shaking my head, my woman friend shouted "NO!!!" and her word echoed around the 'church' walls. I got out of my seat and left the building - the same building I had been familiar with for 13/14 years and had left for the same reason. It seems to me that FEAR is being used as a tool to curse Christians with. What is happening in the world is being mirrored in the churches. By the time he came to start part two, all four of us had left. My friend texted me saying that there was a wrong spirit in that church. My wife then came around to my flat and asked me how it went. I told her that some godless theologian stood up out the front and tried to curse us all with tales of terror over covid and evangelism. She then said the very same thing: "There is a wrong spirit in that church" What I am seeing is nominal believers walking in fear and believing lies. They have now been handed over to those fears, either driven by the presence of demonic spirits or by the absence of the Holy Spirit - despite professing boldness for Jesus as they sing together. I believe that the church has been tested, generally failed the test, and shall eventually be as the ones in Matthew 10 (funnily enough): A man will fight against his father. A daughter will fight against her mother. A woman will fight against her husband's mother. A man's own family will fight against him. We are seeing that in the world and I am seeing it in the churches as well. Covid is the thing that has been the most successful in bringing great divisions and fractures. There will be more closures and lockdowns in the future (perhaps over something real or perhaps not) because the trial run worked and the masses are primed, trained, experienced in doing exactly as they are told. Again, in Matthew 10 Jesus says: "Whoever wants to keep his life safe will lose it. But whoever gives his life to serve me will have true life.’ Fear of man is influencing everything and people will perish as a result, even as they turn up in their Sunday best and feed the poor in the week as if that will bring credit to their accounts. Icke is right - The power of NO! As my friend said, nobody has to put up with that shite. @alexa I have tagged you because I know you have had it with 'churches' and might have some input on this.
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