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  1. the jesuits were created by ignatius loyolla a merrano-jew, kabbalist and allumbrado. they were modelled on the knights templar, a crypto-jewish, ceremonial magic, kabbalist order
  2. the idea of a 'christian socialist' is an inherent contradiction because marxism argues for a materialist conception of history. It argues against religion So you cannot have a christian marxist. So right there you are looking at some sort of marxist/occult influence trying to wear a mask over its face to conceal its true agenda I would also argue that the people who conceptualised marxism are themselves religious and are lurianic kabbalists. They just want everyone else to give up their own cultures religion so that they can then become supreme rulers over everyone
  3. i suppose that depends on how you define heroism. To me a hero is someone who does the right thing even though they know that it is going to cost them. If it didn't come at a personal cost then anyone could do it. David has spoken out in the face of ridicule, threats, court action and bannings from countries. I think that is heroic
  4. Reporter goes viral for attacking Christians who believe rights come from God — and the responses are glorious Chris Enloe February 23, 2024 Politico reporter Heidi Przybyla claimed on Thursday that Christians who believe rights are derived from God are "Christian nationalists." Speaking on MSNBC, Przybyla claimed that former President Donald Trump is surrounding himself with an "extremist element" of Christians, whom she identified as "Christian nationalists." That's when things got weird. According to Przybyla, there is one belief that all so-called Christian nationalists share. "[T]he thing that unites them as Christian nationalists — not Christians, by the way, because Christian nationalist is very different — is that they believe that our rights as Americans, as all human beings, don't come from any earthly authority. They don't come from Congress. They don't come to the Supreme Court. They come from God." The "problem" with believing that rights come from God, Przybyla claimed, is that "men" misapply "so-called natural law" to oppose progressive issues, like abortion, sex education in schools, IVF, and gay marriage. There is an obvious problem with Przybyla's argument: the Declaration of Independence. Philosophical debates about "rights" aside, the founding document is clear that rights are not derived from man like Przybyla claimed. The Declaration of Independence declares: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. The Founding Fathers, then, were aware of the dangers of a government being empowered to control rights: if the government giveth, then government can taketh. But if fundamental rights are ultimately derived from God, no government can take them. Przybyla comments went viral on Friday afternoon and triggered an avalanche of mockery: "Our rights as human beings don’t come from the Constitution, the government, Congress, the president, or the Supreme Court. They are inherent. ... This belief that rights precede government—regardless of whether you believe in God—is fundamental to what it means to be an American," former Rep. Justin Amash said. "Is someone’s ignorance and religious bigotry showing?" Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) asked in response. "What the state gives the state can take away. What God gives the state takes at its moral peril. Sincerely, The prophets of old," Jordan Peterson responded. "Human rights come from God. That’s why all human beings have innate value and no human entity has the authority to strip them of those rights. That belief doesn’t make millions of Christians around the world Christian nationalists," AND Campaign president Justin Giboney responded. "We are all Christian Nationalists now," pastor Tom Ascol responded. "I guess those truths just aren't as self-evident as they used to be," National Review writer Dan McLaughlin mocked. "This is what secularists want you to believe. If your rights originate from government, then the government is ultimate and statism becomes the dominant belief. But God is ultimate and human rights come from God," pastor Grant Castleberry pointed out. "Imagine believing your rights come 'from Congress,'" Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) mocked. "This is a civics failure, a talent failure, an intelligence failure, a historical failure, an ethics failure...shall I keep going?" professor Andrew Walker pointed out. "I can only suppose that this is what comes of liberal elites living in a bubble. They speak with supreme confidence only to reveal spectacular ignorance--of history, philosophy, the beliefs of the people they regard as their intellectual and moral inferiors and hold in contempt," professor Robert George responded. Przybyla responded to the controversy by gaslighting, claiming she did not say what everyone heard her say. And yet, she somehow also managed to double down. "While there are different wings of Christian Nationalism, they are bound by their belief that our rights come from God," she said on social media. "If you are Hindu, Jewish etc, this might help you understand the next part of my point, which is they are using this for a man-made policy agenda." https://www.theblaze.com/news/heidi-przybyla-christians-rights-god?utm_source=theblaze-dailyAM Mark Passio - De Facto Satanism
  5. Microsoft Brags That It Pays White Employees Less Than Non-White Employees Despite ‘Same Job Title’ Microsoft bragged that it pays its white employees less than non-white employees who are employed in similar roles in a diversity report touting the company’s “pay equity” agenda. The admission came from the tech giant’s 2023 Diversity and Inclusion Report, which outlines the company’s loyalty to the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) agenda. “All racial and ethnic minority groups who are rewards eligible combined earn $1.007 total pay for every $1.000 earned by US rewards-eligible white employees with the same job title and level and considering tenure,” the Microsoft report, first reported on X, brags. https://www.stationgossip.com/2024/02/microsoft-brags-that-it-pays-white.html Former Google Employee Says He Was Told He Couldn't Be Promoted 'For Being a White Man' Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Feb. 23, 2024 Former Google employee Shaun Maguire revealed Thursday night on Twitter that he was told by Google that he could not be promoted because he's "a white man." Fuck it, This happened at Google That company is an absolute trash can dumpster fire https://t.co/JP2bpa99mT — Shaun Maguire (@shaunmmaguire) February 23, 2024 He first teased the story in Dec 2023 but went public in the wake of Google facing tremendous public backlash for programming their AI "Gemini" to erase white people. Should I go public with the story about the time I was told I can’t be promoted for being a white man? — Shaun Maguire (@shaunmmaguire) December 16, 2023 “I’m really not supposed to tell you this. It could get me fired. But you’re one of the highest performing people here but I can’t promote you right now because I have a quota. My hands are tied. You’ll get the next slot. Please be patient. I’m really sorry.” — Google https://t.co/0I7bmWmPIu — Shaun Maguire (@shaunmmaguire) February 23, 2024 Gemini is the tip of the iceberg They need to fix the bias in their culture which trickles down into all of their products — Shaun Maguire (@shaunmmaguire) February 23, 2024 Maguire also signaled he's looking to sue Google for anti-white discrimination: Hit me up — Shaun Maguire (@shaunmmaguire) February 23, 2024 Elon Musk said Thursday that he's "glad that Google overplayed their hand with their AI image generation, as it made their insane racist, anti-civilizational programming clear to all." I’m glad that Google overplayed their hand with their AI image generation, as it made their insane racist, anti-civilizational programming clear to all — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 23, 2024 Google has shown the entire world that they're anti-white. https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=64309
  6. It's not incompetence, it's CONSPIRACY! A Digital Coup d’Etat By Jeffrey A. Tucker February 22, 2024 For those of us schooled in the persistent incompetence of government to get anything right, much less deploy a plan with anything like precision, elaborate conspiracy theories of plots and schemes always seem implausible. We just don’t believe them. This is why it took us so long to see the fullness of what was deployed in March 2020, a scheme that combined a plethora of seemingly disparate governmental/industrial ambitions including: 1) rollout of subscription/platform model of Pharma distribution, 2) mass censorship, 3) election management/rigging, 4) universal basic income, 5) industrial subsidies to digital platforms, 6) mass population surveillance, 7) cartelization of industry, 8) shift in income distribution and entrenchment of administrative state power, 9) crushing of ‘populist’ movements worldwide, and 10) the centralization of power generally speaking. To top it off, all these efforts were global in scope. This whole model truly stretches the bounds of plausibility. And yet all the evidence points to exactly the above. It just goes to show that even if you don’t believe in conspiracies, conspiracies believe in you. It was a digital-age coup d’etat unlike anything humanity has ever experienced. How long will it take us to process this reality? We seem to be only at the early stages of understanding, much less resisting. https://brownstone.org/articles/a-digital-coup-detat/
  7. you don't say.... US vetoes Algerian resolution demanding immediate ceasefire in Gaza 20 February 2024 The UN Security Council met again in emergency session in New York on Gaza Tuesday, where the United States vetoed a resolution put forward on behalf of Arab States by Algeria demanding “an immediate humanitarian ceasefire that must be respected by all parties”. The latest Council meeting on the Middle East crisis spiralling outwards from the war in Gaza has ended, with another US veto and an abstention on the part of the UK, while Algeria's resolution gained support from 13 out of the 15 members around the iconic horseshoe table. https://news.un.org/en/story/2024/02/1146697
  8. they would call you a nasty name for even noticing....
  9. so people acting like magpies that want the latest shiny gadget is one factor but what concerns me is that the concept of the technocracy creates a kind of punishment and reward system which essentially coerces people into certain choices for example if they make all currency digital and 'programmable' then they can block you from buying something at the point of purchase. So lets say you go to buy some beef and a bottle of raw, organic milk and the AI simply refuses the transaction If they then assign everyone a 'social credit score' based on whatever criteria they wish for example CO2 allowance or social media use and compliance with government dictats then those that tow the line may be given access to the goodies whilst the dissenters might be shut out by having low social credit scores. So even though they don't force you at the point of a bayonet they can essentially strangle you out of goods and services whilst rewarding the mindless drones who unquestioningly comply so for example in the covid era they could have given huge social credit scores for those that got jabs whilst giving low scores for not getting the jabs. Suddenly the jabbed would find themselves unable to use public transport, get bank loans, go into cafes or pubs or shops, access healthcare etc etc its a total control system
  10. Macnamara

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    'it doesn't matter who does the voting; it only matters who does the counting' - anon The ONS now concealing the extent of the excess deaths:
  11. ripe for merging with the AI hive mind i think we will see the new age movement start to sell transhumanism to people as a form of 'evolution'
  12. I think a lot of farmers are basically following the advice of the farmers associations. The same is probably true across all fields in britain where each industry is looking up to some centralised authority who then dictates to them what to do For example NHS doctors and nurses say they are 'just following hospital protocol'. You have to wonder if hospital protocol told them to put their heads in ovens if they would comply.... Police say that they are 'just enforcing parliamentary statutes'. The military say they are 'just obeying the chain of command' It seems we have a big problem in britain with people palming off responsibility for their own actions onto perceived authority figures. On the other side of the argument people might say 'yes but everything is so centrally controlled in britain that there are harsh penalties if you don't follow procedures handed down from those authorities' we need to break out of that GROUP THINK by listening to the dissenting voices 10th Man Israel's Strategy - World War Z
  13. well let me make a further argument in favour of off griding over simply downsizing. The agenda is going to insist that households do certain things like instal smart meters and heatpumps and the demands won't stop there. They will keep going because ultimately they want all appliances 'smart' which is to say wirelessly connected through the 5G cloud to the artificial intelligence at the centre of the emerging technocracy But if you are off grid they can't impose those things on you. Of course they can play other cards for example they keep harping on about alleged 'bird flu' and clearly they intend to use that as a means to shut down the owning of chickens
  14. If we also consider that occult orders understand that the human glandular system ie the endocrine system corresponds to the chakra system and the spheres on the kabbalistic tree of life and that at the top of that is the pineal gland, said to be the seat of the soul and the way to vision beyond the 5 senses we can consider if these corporations with their occult logos are run by occultists who are deliberately targetting the human glandular system with all of these harmful products in order to disrupt us on that fundamental level and prevent an activation of the pineal gland and an insight into a realm beyond the 5 senses
  15. it gets to a point where there is so much undisputed evidence of harmful things being pushed out into countless every day products without any government regulation that you have to start asking why so much harmful stuff is produced i mean someone creating a new substance in a lab and believing its good but later finding it causes harm and then immediately withdrawing it could be understood to an extent i guess but the relentless production of harmful things and their proliferation across the marketplace with no obstruction from the state regulators just stinks! It shows clear intent to cause harm
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