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I cant speak for anyone else but I am personally really struggling at the moment with the sheer amount of bad news and negativity we are bombarded with every day. I have regular breaks from all 'news' etc but its still hard to find some balance. I find its too easy at the moment to lose all sense of hope and there must be (hopefully!) some out there surely? What have you seen or read that gives you a measure of hope, however small? What hope can we perhaps offer each other? It doesn't have to be world changing - anything positive (or at least not unrelentingly negative) helps :)

 

This maybe a very small thing but it reminded me that there are still lots of decent, caring people in the world:

 

https://www.kentonline.co.uk/sevenoaks/news/fingers-crossed-this-will-be-her-forever-home-223977/

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I've been thinking about this David Icke quote for a while:

 

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So, how do we awaken?

 

Well, for me, it's about self identity. How you see yourself dictates how you experience yourself. If you think you're little me and have no power, you'll live a life of little me and have no power, not because you're little me and have no power but because you believe you are, and therefore, you crave that reality. Your perceptions become your experience. "Nothing ever happens to me", and it never will. It's a feedback loop, while you believe nothing ever happens to you. It's a feedback loop, which the Wetiko cult wants you to perpetuate.

 

If you want to keep people in the five senses - because that's how you can control them... because that's the only way you can control them really - then you want them to identify the "I" with the five senses. So, you give them labels... things like man, woman, black, white, this sexuality that sexuality... this income bracket that income bracket... this class that class... this age that age... you give them labels, and you tell them and encourage them to self-identify with those labels... the labels of the five senses... what I call, "phantom self", and when the "I" perceives itself only in the five senses... in the realm of the five senses, which is severe limitation or perception of it... then by self-identifying the "I" with the five senses, people become the five senses - it becomes the totality of perception of self, and therefore, they operate in a tiny narrow band of frequency... of possibility... of potential, but if you say, hold on, these labels of human society are not me... they're not the "I"... the true "I"... the infinite "I"... they are simply experiences that the infinite "I"... consciousness... is having. Then, a massive change goes on in your perception of self and your perception of everything.

 

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12 hours ago, RobSS said:

I've been thinking about this David Icke quote for a while:

 

 

I agree in part but even if I myself hasn't bowed to the covid scam from day one (no mask, no vaccine ever etc) every single person I directly know has. No amount of self belief will change this. Its not a 'perception' its fact :(

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4 hours ago, Pop Goes The Weasel said:

I agree in part but even if I myself hasn't bowed to the covid scam from day one (no mask, no vaccine ever etc) every single person I directly know has. No amount of self belief will change this. Its not a 'perception' its fact :(

Belief in self is an interesting subject. If "self" is everything outside of the "I", then all that is subject to illusion and change, which can lead to unstable feelings and fear based reality. Belief in the "I" is stronger and more secure and is more in touch with prime reality.

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4 hours ago, Pop Goes The Weasel said:

I agree in part but even if I myself hasn't bowed to the covid scam from day one (no mask, no vaccine ever etc) every single person I directly know has. No amount of self belief will change this. Its not a 'perception' its fact :(

 

Reject the Black Pill.. 

 

 

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7 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

the sheep will never accept they've had the wool pulled over their eyes (pardon the pun)

they would rather carry on the lie than look stoopid

they will carry on the lie to satisfy their warm fuzzy cognitive dissonance

 

Looking stupid? That boat sailed a long time ago mate...

 

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On 8/23/2021 at 7:49 PM, Pop Goes The Weasel said:

I cant speak for anyone else but I am personally really struggling at the moment with the sheer amount of bad news and negativity we are bombarded with every day. I have regular breaks from all 'news' etc but its still hard to find some balance. I find its too easy at the moment to lose all sense of hope and there must be (hopefully!) some out there surely? What have you seen or read that gives you a measure of hope, however small? What hope can we perhaps offer each other? It doesn't have to be world changing - anything positive (or at least not unrelentingly negative) helps :)

 

This maybe a very small thing but it reminded me that there are still lots of decent, caring people in the world:

 

https://www.kentonline.co.uk/sevenoaks/news/fingers-crossed-this-will-be-her-forever-home-223977/

 

The human spirit will not be squashed

 

 

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For years I was feeling up and down about Brexit and the tactics used to ignore 'democracy' hmmm hmm and the remainers, the demonisation, the lies etc etc etc. Aren't we seeing exactly the same thing with the latest BS that is Covid (apparently).

 

I have learn't more about myself over the last decade, which has surprised me. Little me NO MORE ;)

 

We will come through this, as we did (kind of) with Brexit.....ok Brexit bollocks BUT the scum did not get what they totally wanted from that.......for now?

 

As has been well documented recently, the next few years will be extreme, and demonisation, blame, segregation will be notched up to 11 compared to the Brexit BS remainers endured. Some will cope, some will not, harsh but true. When we reach the other side of this there is a better world waiting if WE take the opportunities this presents to us.

 

Just my opinion!

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There is NO fucking hope. Zero, Nada/ You gave up all hope when you went along with the fraud and instead of DOING something, you made cunts of yourselves. "peacefully protesting"

 

Only a fucking raving idiot keeps doing the same thing with the same result, over and over and over and thinking that one day the outcome will be different. IT WON'T.

 

The biggest criminals are the jackbooted thugs protecting the fucking dictators. Take their thugs away and cunts like Boris will shit their pants.

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