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Nobby Noboddy

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  1. Find out 'the basics' for yourself. I did my own practical research when this subject insulted itself into my life. Read some books, there are plenty. Buy a decent camera or telescope, go out and look. I'm lucky enough to be near a high spot where I can see far enough with my P1000 to verify that I shouldn't be able to see that far because the earth curves away from me, rendering verifiable landmarks invisible apparently. Doh!
  2. Law 7: Get Others to Do the Work for You, but Always Take the Credit: Get others to do your work for you. Use their skill, time, and energy to further your ambitions while taking full credit. You’ll be admired for your efficiency. Getting a bit sus here. And TBH it starts to get a bit talmudic. Feeling a bit premature here in praising it. I prefer the old 'kill them all' policy opposed to tricking them into killing themselves gradually by immigration.
  3. Whoa baby, I'm only a dozen laws in and feeling like a pig in shit. The only redemption I claim is that knowing these things is very different to using them.
  4. I've not read any de Sade and it's got to be thirty years since I read Mac. My abiding impression was of the utter ruthlessness required to secure lasting victory.
  5. And it's another rambling, new agey load of tosh. Good to see it die. Let's get back to the matters in hand.
  6. If I remember correctly one should eliminate ALL the other princes progeny as well, even down to the pets. You never know. That pet hamster may remember what you did and shit in your food. But seriously, kill them all.
  7. Don't watch telly indiscriminately. In fact, don't watch telly. It's pure shite. I'm not bothered about a funeral plan for me. I'll be dead. Shove me in a ditch and spend the money on a piss up.
  8. Gatekeepers recognising gatekeepers! Position statements NSTA is engaged in an ongoing effort to "identify the qualities and standards of good science education," publishing its findings in the form of position statements.[4] These position statements are developed by science educators, scientists, and other national experts in science education, and the input of NSTA's membership is solicited before final approval by the board of directors. Over 35 topics are covered, including The Nature of Science, Safety and Science Instruction, The Teaching of Evolution, Environmental education, Responsible Use of Live Animals and Dissection in the Science Classroom, Gender Equity in Science Education, and Use of the Metric System. In 2018, the NSTA urged teachers to "emphasize to students that no scientific controversy exists regarding the basic facts of climate change."
  9. You're very small. The sun is a long way away on a very large plain doing a very large varying circle. I'm told it's about 5,000 miles up, so depending on where you are you could be thousands of miles away from it. Perspective easily accounts for this. It appears to follow an upward arc because of perspective. It's taken me a long time to 'see' this in the sky.
  10. https://s3.wasabisys.com/billgateswantstokillus.com/index.html#/videos/Truth Spreader/To_The_Canadian_Truckers_In_The_Convoy_The_Canadian_Supporters_-_THANK_YOU_Aussies_It_s_Time_STAND_UP-9eff8a9587f95153b207bed4c1bc922802661acd This is awe inspiring!
  11. As if you need filtration at all! As David and many others state - germ theory is bollocks. The only reason you'd need something like that that is for a chemical attack. So.... maybe not a bad idea after all.
  12. I had a friend return from Thailand a few weeks ago AFAIK He was able to self isolate at home because he lives alone. Any help?
  13. From the same site: https://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=244372 Subtitled but very interesting.
  14. Don't worry the BBC are on the job. Just heard a bit on the radio, talk about skirting round the issue, instead of mentioning even once that the problem was 'hesitancy' they just said NHS staff would be unable to work.
  15. Extract from a longer article on: https://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=244368 “HEK 293 is a human cell line created using a kidney from a dissected unborn baby in the Netherlands between 1972 and 1973. It is the second most common cell line and is used extensively in ‘pharmaceutical and biomedical research’. It is also used in vaccine creation and cancer research.” “It was used, along with other human cell lines, to develop a genetically engineered spike protein (that the mRNA vaccine codes for) in the original development stage of the vaccine. The ‘new technology’ Pfizer vaccine and the Moderna Vaccine were tested on HEK 293 before they began human trials. This testing is ongoing for all new batches. Finally the ‘old technology’ Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine grew a weakened viral strain in HEK 293 cell culture…” “The kidney in question was dissected from a healthy Dutch baby girl of unknown origin by the team at Leiden University in the Netherlands in 1972. Despite the inclusion of the term ‘embryonic’ in the title, the baby in question was probably 12-13 weeks old when she was killed so as to secure functioning kidney cells. The man in charge of the research was named Alex Jan Van der Eb; he is still alive and still based in Holland.” “When questioned on the matter by the FDA in 2001, Dr Van der Eb confirmed it was an intentional abortion of a ‘fetus’ but gave hazy details of the exact experiments.” “’So the kidney material, the fetal kidney material was as follows: the kidney of the fetus was, with an unknown family history, obtained in 1972 probably. The precise date is not known anymore. The fetus, as far as I can remember, was completely normal. Nothing was wrong. The reasons for the abortion were unknown to me. I probably knew it at that time, but it got lost, all this information’.” Author Hacking continues: “…extracting and growing living cells is incredibly difficult. In order to give oneself the best chance of success you need to ensure the child is healthy, fresh, intact and sterile. As one embryologist and Emeritus Professor of Anatomy confirms:” “’In order to sustain 95% of the cells, the live tissue would need to be preserved within 5 minutes of the abortion. Within an hour the cells would continue to deteriorate, rendering the specimens useless’.” [That statement was made by “Dr C Ward Kischer, embryologist and Emeritus Professor of Anatomy; specialist in Human Embryology, University of Arizona College of Medicine…”] [My comment: This suggests the abortion, in the Netherlands, in 1972, was planned and technicians were standing by. I would say that, to ensure the viability of the tissue, the infant had a functioning blood supply and was alive when her kidneys were removed, killing her.]
  16. It's the same with Ukraine. A puppet show especially prepared for our entertainment and distraction. The puppet master(s) keep out of sight, controlling ALL the strings. While their agents go about the audience 'influencing' them one way then another. What fun!
  17. Sit back and enjoy the ride! Although I'm already over a bottle or red and half way through a half-bottle of brandy and copious spliffs so will be off to oblivion soon. I'll do what I can to amuse XX.
  18. Now you mention it yes, I suppose. Aether, being maybe the least dense bit (sorry I'm not very erudite at the mo because of chemical impairment) of the 'waters'. We don't know how to consistently describe any of it it because of the hidden nature and deception.
  19. My view is that 'waters' may be more than we understand conventionally as water. Maybe water as we experience it is a component of something much denser and more complex that can be the forerunner of matter and container of all. I'm sorry. I find it difficult to put into words what I feel, especially as I rarely post unless I'm pissed. Hic.
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