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Just now, RobSS said:

"Laughter lets me relax. It’s the equivalent of taking a deep breath, letting it out and saying, this, too, will pass." — Odette Pollar

 

well the state already has that covered....yup they are currently drugging 7 million of my fellow countrymen and women with anti-depressants

 

i guess you are just self medicating

 

the best thing though is to resolve the source of the anxiety itself

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On 8/24/2021 at 3:26 AM, RobSS said:

There have been two World Wars. At present, we're in the midst of a Third World War... a global war for the very soul of humanity, a war perpetrated by demonic fallen angels. It looks like we've got about 2 or 3 years to find a way of uniting, and finding a way of overcoming Evil, or humanity will perish. It brings to mind the 2008 film, "The Day the Earth Stood Still", in which the character played by John Cleese pleads, "Only at the precipice do we evolve." - I truly hope, and pray that he proves to be right, and that we do eventually evolve out of all this global turmoil in a positive way, and that humanity is not destroyed.

Boffin: Well, there must be alternatives. You must have some technology you have that could solve the problem.

Klaatu: The problem is not technology. The problem is you. You lack the will to change.

Boffin: Then help us change.

Klaatu: I cannot change your nature. You treat the world as you treat each other.

Boffin: But every civilisation reaches a crisis point eventually.

Klaatu: Most of them don’t make it.

Boffin: Yours did. How?

Klaatu: Our sun was dying. We had to evolve in order to survive.

Boffin: So it was only when your world was threatened with destruction that you became what you are now.

Klaatu: Yes.

Boffin: Well, that’s where we are. You say we’re on the brink of destruction, and you’re right.  But it’s only on the brink that people find the will to change; only on the precipice that we evolve. This is our moment – don’t take it from us. We are close to an answer.

 

its only when you fall that you learn to fly

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5 minutes ago, RobSS said:

 

“Don't argue... Meet insults with laughter.” - Leigh Bardugo, Siege and Storm 

 

 

yeah that definately confirms a concealed aggression...my instinct was correct

 

well i'm not sure that is a healthy approach to simply laugh whenever you come up against something that makes you uncomfortable because sometimes the truth is uncomfortable and if you laugh dismissively in the face of truth then how are you going to cultivate a relationship with it?

 

no to do that you need to be able to deal with negative emotion

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Have you ever had a one-sided argument? It can't be done. If someone wants to have an argument with you and you don't participate, then there is no argument. Your opponents will try and push every hot button you have.

 

At first they will be confused. When they realize that you're there as an observer and not a participant, they may double their efforts to draw you into combat.

 

Their ego greatly fears your nonparticipation because it constitutes a loss of control. If your opponent were to start observing, then his ego would cease to exist, too."

 

(From Beyond Happiness: Finding and Fulfilling Your Deepest Desire, by Frank J. Kinslow)

 

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1 minute ago, RobSS said:

Have you ever had a one-sided argument? It can't be done. If someone wants to have an argument with you and you don't participate, then there is no argument. Your opponents will try and push every hot button you have.

 

At first they will be confused. When they realize that you're there as an observer and not a participant, they may double their efforts to draw you into combat.

 

Their ego greatly fears your nonparticipation because it constitutes a loss of control. If your opponent were to start observing, then his ego would cease to exist, too."

 

(From Beyond Happiness: Finding and Fulfilling Your Deepest Desire, by Frank J. Kinslow)

 

 

you aren't an observor

 

you are a direct participant

 

you want to use music as a salve for people upset about being ethnocided

 

this means that you are no longer a detached observor

 

that you are even trying to kid yourself that you ARE a detached observor is in fact simply your EGO

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5 minutes ago, RobSS said:

 

"All the days of the oppressed are wretched, but the cheerful heart has a continual feast."

 

- Proverbs 15:15

 

 

keep going.....its important that you get the last word

 

if you don't your heart might not be cheerful

 

keep it up!

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1 hour ago, RobSS said:

 

You're putting words into my mouth. In case you missed this comment, as EnigmaticWorld said in a post a day or two ago, don't "dwell on things that are out of our control as that creates a state of hopelessness, but to think about things that we still have power over."

 

yes but its also foolhardy to ignore danger signs but again suffering teaches compassion

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4 minutes ago, RobSS said:

 

Yes, it's a question of balance.

 

 

agreed so then also take @Macnamara points on board as he in his right points out the pitfalls,  balance definitely the key. the Dao teaches this does it not? perpetual balance with nature. as you point out your stance, yet I am in-between you both and can see both side of this. does not make any of us correct or does it make us all correct? 

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14 minutes ago, karmaxxxx said:

agreed so then also take @Macnamara points on board as he in his right points out the pitfalls,  balance definitely the key. the Dao teaches this does it not? perpetual balance with nature. as you point out your stance, yet I am in-between you both and can see both side of this. does not make any of us correct or does it make us all correct? 

 

I disagree with Macnamara. It's also clear he just want to argue. It's bad for the soul. If you want to have a debate that's fine but I'm not going to argue with a fanatic.

 

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8 hours ago, RobSS said:

I disagree with Macnamara. It's also clear he just want to argue. It's bad for the soul. If you want to have a debate that's fine but I'm not going to argue with a fanatic.

 

who are you to say that i am motivated only by a desire to argue?

 

there are fundamental truths embedded in my replies to you

 

you are just in defencive mode so you automatically dismiss what i say

 

if you were able to put your ego aside you would see that i am trying to get you to see from a different perspective. I don't care if you dislike me in the process. I'm not in the popularity business

 

now people who run this website have posted a very good clip on their headlines this morning and this is PART of the answer to your question about what we can do about the world. There is more and i have already written some notes about that which i will attempt to flesh out into a more complete answer but i am also juggling work and family life so i post in the snippets of time in between other things

 

This guy in this video clip talks about embodying certain things. If enough people embody certain ideas then it is all over for the cabal

 

lets take coca cola for example. Some people would call it a foodstuff but it is not really. It does not have any nutritional value. It is in fact just a vehicle to get certain things in you like certain E number colourants and aspartame which is a neurotoxin. In order to get you to drink the poison they lace it with tons of addictive things like sugar. This is like the poisoned apple offered to snow white. It looks enticing and the person offering it appears friendly but once you realise that the people behind coca cola are not your friend and actually have malevolent designs to damage your health you will then embody that understanding and refuse to take that poisoned apple

 

But that is only a beginning as you are only one person who has made a conscious INFORMED decision to do what is right. It requires MILLIONS of other people to do the same and when they also do that the collective sum of their correct individual choices leads to a change which is that coca cola goes bust

 

If however you and millions of others do not make this correct choice and continue to buy coca cola then your money is a vote for the kind of world you want to live in. You are voting for a world in which malevolent people can own vast organisations able to churn out poisons that damage people and the planet whilst they become enriched enabling them to then buy your political system and then run your world. They are then able to use their lobby power to control the law to give themselves tax breaks and remove any government controls that might otherwise hold them to account for their crimes

 

The same applies to big pharma companies. If everyone says no to the covid jabs then pfizer goes bust etc. Bare in mind that big pharma is the LARGEST lobby in washington DC, bigger even than the israel lobby then you will understand why so many corrupt politicians are now trying to impose big pharma products on the entire global population. That is the collective karma we all suffer for the combined poor choices of individuals to constantly support and enrich big pharma

 

It requires for enough people to understand these principles and then act on them to change reality. That is how this reality we are in works:

Tell Your Family, Tell Your Friends - They All Need To Know | INSPIRED 2021 (Jean Nolan)

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, karmaxxxx said:

agreed so then also take @Macnamara points on board as he in his right points out the pitfalls,  balance definitely the key. the Dao teaches this does it not?

 

he is not yet mature enough to understand this

 

he has fallen into an ego trap of thinking that he is embodying spirit when he is in fact coming from ego

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

he is not yet mature enough to understand this

 

he has fallen into an ego trap of thinking that he is embodying spirit when he is in fact coming from ego

 

isn't that a little harsh?

 

no i'm just not sugar coating it...

 

''An inflated consciousness is always egocentric and conscious of nothing but its own existence. It is incapable of learning from the past, incapable of understanding contemporary events, and incapable of drawing right conclusions about the future. It is hypnotised by itself and therefore cannot be argued with. It inevitably dooms itself to calamities that must strike it dead'' -Carl Jung

 

''All of us surrender to such arrogance during this process of individuation, however, the creative energies that are stimulated in the psyche by the appearance of archetypes can be fully accessed only after one has HUMBLY acquired the ability to discearn the difference between him or her self and THEM. On the road to self-growth, we must not mistake personal insights into our own inner workings as messages from God to his new chosen prophet. We must work to clarify our relationship to spirit and nature as represented by the god/archetypes. These potent and eternal forces are a part of our psyche that are meant to empower and inspire us''

-chic and sandra cicero

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14 hours ago, RobSS said:

 

Jesus Christ did expose evil but he didn't promote racial divisions and racial prejudice, and human inspired political agendas. His Kingdom is not of this world.

 

 

 

Yeah he exposed the money lenders which we can't do today because they are disproportionately Jewish and protected from criticism by Governments worldwide.

 

Do you agree with slavery?

 

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They're gangsters.

 

 

 

Don't bother to thank me, you're welcome.

 

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9 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

I like music.

 

 

England for the English.

Sorry, not having that. Anyone with even a nodding acquaintance with Morrissey will know that the very last thing this song is, is some sort of a  rallying cry on behalf of the NF.

 

Quite the reverse in fact.

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5 minutes ago, Strummer101 said:

Sorry, not having that. Anyone with even a nodding acquaintance with Morrissey will know that the very last thing this song is, is some sort of a  rallying cry on behalf of the NF.

 

Quite the reverse in fact.

 

 

Errr...No. Kosher nostra boomer and part time pansy punk you fail.

 

Morrissey is based.

 

 

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Morrissey is OUR GUY:

 

On the far-right political party For Britain: “For Britain seem to say what many British people are currently thinking, which is why the BBC or Channel 4 News will not acknowledge them, because, well, For Britain would change British politics forever.”

 

On Sadiq Khan: “The Mayor of London tells us about ”Neighborhood policin ” – what is ‘policin’? He tells us London is an ”amazin ” city. What is ‘amazin’? This is the Mayor of London! And he cannot talk properly! I saw an interview where he was discussing mental health, and he repeatedly said ”men’el ” … he could not say the words ‘mental health’.”

 

On acid attacks: “London is second only to Bangladesh for acid attacks. All of the attacks are non-white, and so they cannot be truthfully addressed by the British government or the Met Police or the BBC because of political correctness. What this means is that the perpetrator is considered to be as much of a victim as the actual victim.”

 

 

And here are some of Morrissey’s previous controversial comments

 

 

On the Manchester attacks: “Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the attack is the work of an ‘extremist’. An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?”

 

On Sadiq Khan: “Sadiq Khan says ‘London is united with Manchester’, but he does not condemn Islamic State – who have claimed responsibility for the bomb.”

 

On immigration: “Although I don’t have anything against people from other countries, the higher the influx into England the more the British identity disappears.”

 

On immigration (again): “England is a memory now. The gates are flooded and anybody can have access to England and join in.”

 

On reggae music: “The most racist music in the entire world… an absolute total glorification of black supremacy.”

 

On Brexit: “As for Brexit, the result was magnificent, but it is not accepted by the BBC or Sky News because they object to a public that cannot be hypnotised by BBC or Sky nonsense.”

 

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3 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

 

Yeah he exposed the money lenders which we can't do today because they are disproportionately Jewish and protected from criticism by Governments worldwide.

 

Do you agree with slavery?

 

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They're gangsters.

 

 

 

Don't bother to thank me, you're welcome.

 

Golden Roastie has a new favourite picture! Is it a Banksy?

 

No, just a visual representation of that old poem, 'a little learning is a dangerous thing'. Try looking beyond the end of your nose, of maybe beyond the Jew-Hate websites once in a while?  

 

I have been reading this thread, and I can tell you I like the cut of RobSS's jib, a flash of colour against the dismal grey of many.

 

Good work fella.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Strummer101 said:

Golden Roastie has a new favourite picture! Is it a Banksy?

 

No, just a visual representation of that old poem, 'a little learning is a dangerous thing'. Try looking beyond the end of your nose, of maybe beyond the Jew-Hate websites once in a while?  

 

I have been reading this thread, and I can tell you I like the cut of RobSS's jib, a flash of colour against the dismal grey of many.

 

Good work fella.

 

 

 

God I bet you do. Forum Jew.

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8 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

 

 

Errr...No. Kosher nostra boomer and part time pansy punk you fail.

 

Morrissey is based.

 

 

Got a new word?

 

Nooooo, really, shall we look just a little beyond the title?  For you to try to claim Morrissey as some idol for the far-Right is......an oversimplification, I am sure that you will go away and recognise that I am right. (But not far-Right).  

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