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21 hours ago, RobSS said:

This is just copy-and-paste complaining.

 

I think it was mark passio that said that he saw himself as an 'aggregator' of information. He wasn't claiming to say anything new in his talks and was really just presenting the information in his own style

 

Many of us in this game aggregate information. We bring together information from many sources to try and build a picture of what is going on and further to that it is often possible once you see the picture as well as understanding the cabals plans to then predict what happens next

 

So yes copy and pasting relevant information is a totally valid way to gather together info and data points to build the picture and i have some more for you from the news today.

 

I have concerns that because Britain is such a light touch on immigration that we are being used as a dumping ground for the worlds criminals whose own countries of origins refuse to have them deported to them. 'Human rights' lawyers are then employed by bad actors to fight their deportation:

Priti Patel vows to SLOW visa applications from nations that won’t take back criminals: Gambia is first on Home Secretary’s list with more to follow

  • Priti Patel to slow visa applications from nations who don't take back criminals
  • Home Secretary plans to 'impose penalties' on countries who don't 'cooperate' 
  • Gambia is first on Ms Patel's list after they 'only took four criminals' back last year
  • It comes as Indian citizens could more freely live and work in the UK under rules
  • Immigration curbs are a key point that could dominate UK-India 2022 trade talks 

By Kaya Terry For Mailonline

Published: 10:41 GMT, 2 January 2022 | Updated: 17:34 GMT, 2 January 2022

Priti Patel has vowed to slow down visa applications from nations who are refusing to take back criminals and asylum seekers from the UK.

The Home Secretary plans to 'impose visa penalties' on countries who don't 'cooperate' on deportations in a fresh crackdown on those who are 'abusing our hospitality'. 

She revealed Gambia will be first for the stricter measures after they 'ignored' calls and 'only took four criminals' back last year.

Meanwhile, Sierra Leone, Eritrea, Cambodia and Vietnam are also under consideration for visa penalties after their records for taking back deportations were also low.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10362119/Priti-Patel-vows-SLOW-visa-applications-nations-wont-criminals.html

 

I said that the policies of the democrats along with the george soros funded district attorneys are helping to create dangerous criminals on the streets and it looks like even their 'liberal' voting base can see that the situation is now snafu'd:

30 Dec, 2021 18:05

Good old guns suddenly replace liberal values in this Blue state

After months of embracing criminal reform, which had a knack for keeping criminals on the streets, California’s elite are taking measures – like panic-buying guns – that show they’re not so different from conservatives after all.
Robert Bridge

Robert Bridge is an American writer and journalist. He is the author of 'Midnight in the American Empire,' How Corporations and Their Political Servants are Destroying the American Dream. @Robert_Bridge

By now, most people are familiar with the extreme liberal reaction to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer on May 25, 2020. Democratic-controlled cities and states, taking their cue from Black Lives Matter activists, went on a nationwide campaign to purge law enforcement in the belief this would somehow alleviate the bloodshed. Not only did the plan fail spectacularly, but rarely have American streets been so violent.

As the unchallenged capital of liberalism, California has not escaped the fallout. Not by a long shot. The homicide rate has reportedly risen in the Golden State by a shocking 52 percent since 2019. The Hollywood Reporter, citing police data, writes that violent crimes are up 25 percent over the past 12 months. Even in Beverly Hills, the exclusive zip code of top celebrities, perpetrators are showing a level of brazenness never before seen in these parts.

That much became apparent on December 1, when the philanthropist Jacqueline Avant, wife of famous music executive Clarence Avant, was shot and killed at her home during a burglary attempt. The tragic twist to the story is that the man accused of the murder, Aariel Maynor, 29, had been just released from prison on parole – too early, critics contend – in what appears to have been yet another case of liberals coddling criminals to the detriment of society.

To add insult to injury, just hours after Avant, 81, was murdered, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, who the Heritage Foundation has described as a “Soros-backed rogue prosecutor,” was advocating for the elimination of additional prison time for criminals found guilty of brandishing a firearm during a crime.

While it remains unclear what the long-term consequences of this kid-glove approach will be for the political left, one thing is beyond doubt: Many Democrats are responding to the uptick in crime in ways that place them directly at odds with their progressive beliefs, most notably on the question of gun control. Despite the Second Amendment being a source of contention for the left, liberals are now actively purchasing firearms and enrolling in shooting classes.

LA County Sheriff Alejandro Villanueva told the New York Post that his department has received 8,105 concealed carry weapon applications and approved 2,102 of them since he entered office in December 2018, compared to his predecessor having issued 194 permits in four years.

While some of those numbers certainly include conservatives, Joel Glucksman, a private security executive, clarified that liberals have shelved their political beliefs out of concern for their safety when he told The Post: “Even hardcore leftist Democrats who said to me in the past, ‘I’ll never own a gun’ are calling me asking about firearms.”

Aside from arming themselves, Californians are investing heavily into expensive security accessories, like bullet-proof cars, safe rooms inside of their homes, bunkers, and private security firms to patrol their neighborhoods around the clock. And not a little ironically, considering the Democratic Party’s move to grant thousands of illegal migrants entry into the US from south of the Rio Grande, palatial properties are being surrounded with barbed wire fences, security cameras, motion detectors, and large dogs.

With no loss of hypocrisy, wealthy liberal homeowners can readily appreciate the importance of protecting their homes with every technological innovation under the sun, yet when it comes to protecting the American border they defer to the vacuous platitudes of political correctness. 

When they are not purchasing firearms, millions of Democrats have opted to pull up stakes altogether, fleeing their sunny state for safer pastures. A study carried out by U-Haul, the transport giant, showed that California – where stealing merchandise worth under $950 is now deemed a misdemeanor – experienced the largest mass exodus of residents last year, followed by Democrat-controlled Illinois and New Jersey. Meanwhile, the top five states to experience the largest net-migration were all Republican strongholds: Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Ohio, and Arizona.

These radical changes now affecting the lifestyles of many liberals almost make them indistinguishable from conservatives. And that forms the basis of the question now haunting political pundits: With a liberal exodus into conservative states underway, will those Democrats fleeing blue cities and states box up their politics and bring them along, thereby having the effect of changing the political face of their new homes, or will they embrace the political traditions of their new homes that made such a move desirable in the first place? 

It's a question that promises to shape the face of American politics into 2022 and beyond.

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/544822-blue-states-criminal-reform/

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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

I think it was mark passio that said that he saw himself as an 'aggregator' of information. He wasn't claiming to say anything new in his talks and was really just presenting the information in his own style

 

Many of us in this game aggregate information. We bring together information from many sources to try and build a picture of what is going on and further to that it is often possible once you see the picture as well as understanding the cabals plans to then predict what happens next

 

So yes copy and pasting relevant information is a totally valid way to gather together info and data points to build the picture and i have some more for you from the news today.

 

I have concerns that because Britain is such a light touch on immigration that we are being used as a dumping ground for the worlds criminals whose own countries of origins refuse to have them deported to them. 'Human rights' lawyers are then employed by bad actors to fight their deportation:

Priti Patel vows to SLOW visa applications from nations that won’t take back criminals: Gambia is first on Home Secretary’s list with more to follow

  • Priti Patel to slow visa applications from nations who don't take back criminals
  • Home Secretary plans to 'impose penalties' on countries who don't 'cooperate' 
  • Gambia is first on Ms Patel's list after they 'only took four criminals' back last year
  • It comes as Indian citizens could more freely live and work in the UK under rules
  • Immigration curbs are a key point that could dominate UK-India 2022 trade talks 

By Kaya Terry For Mailonline

Published: 10:41 GMT, 2 January 2022 | Updated: 17:34 GMT, 2 January 2022

Priti Patel has vowed to slow down visa applications from nations who are refusing to take back criminals and asylum seekers from the UK.

The Home Secretary plans to 'impose visa penalties' on countries who don't 'cooperate' on deportations in a fresh crackdown on those who are 'abusing our hospitality'. 

She revealed Gambia will be first for the stricter measures after they 'ignored' calls and 'only took four criminals' back last year.

Meanwhile, Sierra Leone, Eritrea, Cambodia and Vietnam are also under consideration for visa penalties after their records for taking back deportations were also low.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10362119/Priti-Patel-vows-SLOW-visa-applications-nations-wont-criminals.html

I said that the policies of the democrats along with the george soros funded district attorneys are helping to create dangerous criminals on the streets and it looks like even their 'liberal' voting base can see that the situation is now snafu'd:

30 Dec, 2021 18:05

Good old guns suddenly replace liberal values in this Blue state

After months of embracing criminal reform, which had a knack for keeping criminals on the streets, California’s elite are taking measures – like panic-buying guns – that show they’re not so different from conservatives after all.
Robert Bridge

Robert Bridge is an American writer and journalist. He is the author of 'Midnight in the American Empire,' How Corporations and Their Political Servants are Destroying the American Dream. @Robert_Bridge

By now, most people are familiar with the extreme liberal reaction to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer on May 25, 2020. Democratic-controlled cities and states, taking their cue from Black Lives Matter activists, went on a nationwide campaign to purge law enforcement in the belief this would somehow alleviate the bloodshed. Not only did the plan fail spectacularly, but rarely have American streets been so violent.

As the unchallenged capital of liberalism, California has not escaped the fallout. Not by a long shot. The homicide rate has reportedly risen in the Golden State by a shocking 52 percent since 2019. The Hollywood Reporter, citing police data, writes that violent crimes are up 25 percent over the past 12 months. Even in Beverly Hills, the exclusive zip code of top celebrities, perpetrators are showing a level of brazenness never before seen in these parts.

That much became apparent on December 1, when the philanthropist Jacqueline Avant, wife of famous music executive Clarence Avant, was shot and killed at her home during a burglary attempt. The tragic twist to the story is that the man accused of the murder, Aariel Maynor, 29, had been just released from prison on parole – too early, critics contend – in what appears to have been yet another case of liberals coddling criminals to the detriment of society.

To add insult to injury, just hours after Avant, 81, was murdered, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, who the Heritage Foundation has described as a “Soros-backed rogue prosecutor,” was advocating for the elimination of additional prison time for criminals found guilty of brandishing a firearm during a crime.

While it remains unclear what the long-term consequences of this kid-glove approach will be for the political left, one thing is beyond doubt: Many Democrats are responding to the uptick in crime in ways that place them directly at odds with their progressive beliefs, most notably on the question of gun control. Despite the Second Amendment being a source of contention for the left, liberals are now actively purchasing firearms and enrolling in shooting classes.

LA County Sheriff Alejandro Villanueva told the New York Post that his department has received 8,105 concealed carry weapon applications and approved 2,102 of them since he entered office in December 2018, compared to his predecessor having issued 194 permits in four years.

While some of those numbers certainly include conservatives, Joel Glucksman, a private security executive, clarified that liberals have shelved their political beliefs out of concern for their safety when he told The Post: “Even hardcore leftist Democrats who said to me in the past, ‘I’ll never own a gun’ are calling me asking about firearms.”

Aside from arming themselves, Californians are investing heavily into expensive security accessories, like bullet-proof cars, safe rooms inside of their homes, bunkers, and private security firms to patrol their neighborhoods around the clock. And not a little ironically, considering the Democratic Party’s move to grant thousands of illegal migrants entry into the US from south of the Rio Grande, palatial properties are being surrounded with barbed wire fences, security cameras, motion detectors, and large dogs.

With no loss of hypocrisy, wealthy liberal homeowners can readily appreciate the importance of protecting their homes with every technological innovation under the sun, yet when it comes to protecting the American border they defer to the vacuous platitudes of political correctness. 

When they are not purchasing firearms, millions of Democrats have opted to pull up stakes altogether, fleeing their sunny state for safer pastures. A study carried out by U-Haul, the transport giant, showed that California – where stealing merchandise worth under $950 is now deemed a misdemeanor – experienced the largest mass exodus of residents last year, followed by Democrat-controlled Illinois and New Jersey. Meanwhile, the top five states to experience the largest net-migration were all Republican strongholds: Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Ohio, and Arizona.

These radical changes now affecting the lifestyles of many liberals almost make them indistinguishable from conservatives. And that forms the basis of the question now haunting political pundits: With a liberal exodus into conservative states underway, will those Democrats fleeing blue cities and states box up their politics and bring them along, thereby having the effect of changing the political face of their new homes, or will they embrace the political traditions of their new homes that made such a move desirable in the first place? 

It's a question that promises to shape the face of American politics into 2022 and beyond.

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/544822-blue-states-criminal-reform/

 

No problem copying and posting info but you've got your own thread for that. It just seems like you're trying to drown out any human conversation.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, RobSS said:

No problem copying and posting info but you've got your own thread for that. It just seems like you're trying to drown out any human conversation.

 

nope i'm just proving that what i'm saying is objectively true regardless of how you feel about it

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3 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

nope i'm just proving that what i'm saying is objectively true regardless of how you feel about it

 

The Daily Mail report appears to be true... okay...

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

Such as common law, jury trials and traditions of individual liberty

 

The content of common law is brief and also unnecessary to a right-thinking person. Common law is for the people who need authority to tell them what 'right' and 'wrong' are. 

 

Juries can be bought. Judges can be bought. Juries are susceptible to groupthink. The criminal justice system purports to create justice from a place of non-understanding of criminality and it's causes. As a fun activity, one day count up how many people worldwide are in jobs because crime exists.

 

The very 'culture' and society we have created is the root cause of crime. The family unit operates as a microcosm of state. Child-rearing methods are punishment-based because the illuminati created those parenting methods. Read Locke. Punishment has never been an effective catalyst for change.

 

The anti-culture, anti-society that the illuminati have created for us is a slow rape of individual liberty.

 

The very system we are a part of is something we are entered into without consent. As slaves. Your birth certificate has a serial number on it. That's your slave number. The state owns you. Your parents sold you into slavery, unknowingly, as did mine, and everyone else's. Your individual liberty is an aspiration at best.

 

Anything else?

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12 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

I think it was mark passio that said that he saw himself as an 'aggregator' of information. He wasn't claiming to say anything new in his talks and was really just presenting the information in his own style

 

Many of us in this game aggregate information. We bring together information from many sources to try and build a picture of what is going on and further to that it is often possible once you see the picture as well as understanding the cabals plans to then predict what happens next

 

So yes copy and pasting relevant information is a totally valid way to gather together info and data points to build the picture and i have some more for you from the news today.

 

I have concerns that because Britain is such a light touch on immigration that we are being used as a dumping ground for the worlds criminals whose own countries of origins refuse to have them deported to them. 'Human rights' lawyers are then employed by bad actors to fight their deportation:

Priti Patel vows to SLOW visa applications from nations that won’t take back criminals: Gambia is first on Home Secretary’s list with more to follow

  • Priti Patel to slow visa applications from nations who don't take back criminals
  • Home Secretary plans to 'impose penalties' on countries who don't 'cooperate' 
  • Gambia is first on Ms Patel's list after they 'only took four criminals' back last year
  • It comes as Indian citizens could more freely live and work in the UK under rules
  • Immigration curbs are a key point that could dominate UK-India 2022 trade talks 

By Kaya Terry For Mailonline

Published: 10:41 GMT, 2 January 2022 | Updated: 17:34 GMT, 2 January 2022

Priti Patel has vowed to slow down visa applications from nations who are refusing to take back criminals and asylum seekers from the UK.

The Home Secretary plans to 'impose visa penalties' on countries who don't 'cooperate' on deportations in a fresh crackdown on those who are 'abusing our hospitality'. 

She revealed Gambia will be first for the stricter measures after they 'ignored' calls and 'only took four criminals' back last year.

Meanwhile, Sierra Leone, Eritrea, Cambodia and Vietnam are also under consideration for visa penalties after their records for taking back deportations were also low.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10362119/Priti-Patel-vows-SLOW-visa-applications-nations-wont-criminals.html

 

I said that the policies of the democrats along with the george soros funded district attorneys are helping to create dangerous criminals on the streets and it looks like even their 'liberal' voting base can see that the situation is now snafu'd:

30 Dec, 2021 18:05

Good old guns suddenly replace liberal values in this Blue state

After months of embracing criminal reform, which had a knack for keeping criminals on the streets, California’s elite are taking measures – like panic-buying guns – that show they’re not so different from conservatives after all.
Robert Bridge

Robert Bridge is an American writer and journalist. He is the author of 'Midnight in the American Empire,' How Corporations and Their Political Servants are Destroying the American Dream. @Robert_Bridge

By now, most people are familiar with the extreme liberal reaction to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer on May 25, 2020. Democratic-controlled cities and states, taking their cue from Black Lives Matter activists, went on a nationwide campaign to purge law enforcement in the belief this would somehow alleviate the bloodshed. Not only did the plan fail spectacularly, but rarely have American streets been so violent.

As the unchallenged capital of liberalism, California has not escaped the fallout. Not by a long shot. The homicide rate has reportedly risen in the Golden State by a shocking 52 percent since 2019. The Hollywood Reporter, citing police data, writes that violent crimes are up 25 percent over the past 12 months. Even in Beverly Hills, the exclusive zip code of top celebrities, perpetrators are showing a level of brazenness never before seen in these parts.

That much became apparent on December 1, when the philanthropist Jacqueline Avant, wife of famous music executive Clarence Avant, was shot and killed at her home during a burglary attempt. The tragic twist to the story is that the man accused of the murder, Aariel Maynor, 29, had been just released from prison on parole – too early, critics contend – in what appears to have been yet another case of liberals coddling criminals to the detriment of society.

To add insult to injury, just hours after Avant, 81, was murdered, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, who the Heritage Foundation has described as a “Soros-backed rogue prosecutor,” was advocating for the elimination of additional prison time for criminals found guilty of brandishing a firearm during a crime.

While it remains unclear what the long-term consequences of this kid-glove approach will be for the political left, one thing is beyond doubt: Many Democrats are responding to the uptick in crime in ways that place them directly at odds with their progressive beliefs, most notably on the question of gun control. Despite the Second Amendment being a source of contention for the left, liberals are now actively purchasing firearms and enrolling in shooting classes.

LA County Sheriff Alejandro Villanueva told the New York Post that his department has received 8,105 concealed carry weapon applications and approved 2,102 of them since he entered office in December 2018, compared to his predecessor having issued 194 permits in four years.

While some of those numbers certainly include conservatives, Joel Glucksman, a private security executive, clarified that liberals have shelved their political beliefs out of concern for their safety when he told The Post: “Even hardcore leftist Democrats who said to me in the past, ‘I’ll never own a gun’ are calling me asking about firearms.”

Aside from arming themselves, Californians are investing heavily into expensive security accessories, like bullet-proof cars, safe rooms inside of their homes, bunkers, and private security firms to patrol their neighborhoods around the clock. And not a little ironically, considering the Democratic Party’s move to grant thousands of illegal migrants entry into the US from south of the Rio Grande, palatial properties are being surrounded with barbed wire fences, security cameras, motion detectors, and large dogs.

With no loss of hypocrisy, wealthy liberal homeowners can readily appreciate the importance of protecting their homes with every technological innovation under the sun, yet when it comes to protecting the American border they defer to the vacuous platitudes of political correctness. 

When they are not purchasing firearms, millions of Democrats have opted to pull up stakes altogether, fleeing their sunny state for safer pastures. A study carried out by U-Haul, the transport giant, showed that California – where stealing merchandise worth under $950 is now deemed a misdemeanor – experienced the largest mass exodus of residents last year, followed by Democrat-controlled Illinois and New Jersey. Meanwhile, the top five states to experience the largest net-migration were all Republican strongholds: Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Ohio, and Arizona.

These radical changes now affecting the lifestyles of many liberals almost make them indistinguishable from conservatives. And that forms the basis of the question now haunting political pundits: With a liberal exodus into conservative states underway, will those Democrats fleeing blue cities and states box up their politics and bring them along, thereby having the effect of changing the political face of their new homes, or will they embrace the political traditions of their new homes that made such a move desirable in the first place? 

It's a question that promises to shape the face of American politics into 2022 and beyond.

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/544822-blue-states-criminal-reform/

 

How is this relevant to the thread title?

 

 

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What you're doing is no trivial molehill.

I'm creating the mountain because you are trying to deliberately disrupt the entire forum - which effects every other contributor, both current and in the future - by compartmentalizing it and flooding it with your own very personal problems repeatedly, which pale in significance compared to all that's currently going on, it's incredibly selfish and makes your petulant attention seeking even more shameful.

 

I spent a little bit of time on gathering the receipts as evidence to expose your nefarious agenda to the other readers.

 

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Just now, Ethel said:

 

The content of common law is brief and also unnecessary to a right-thinking person. Common law is for the people who need authority to tell them what 'right' and 'wrong' are. 

 

Juries can be bought. Judges can be bought. Juries are susceptible to groupthink. The criminal justice system purports to create justice from a place of non-understanding of criminality and it's causes. As a fun activity, one day count up how many people worldwide are in jobs because crime exists.

 

The very 'culture' and society we have created is the root cause of crime. The family unity operates as a microcosm of state. Child-rearing methods are punishment-based because the illuminati created those parenting methods. Read Locke. Punishment has never been an effective catalyst for change.

 

The anti-culture, anti-society that the illuminati have created for us is a slow rape of individual liberty.

 

The very system we are a part of is something we are entered into without consent. As slaves. Your birth certificate has a serial number on it. That's your slave number. The state owns you. You parents sold you into slavery, unknowingly, as did mine, and everyone else's. Your individual liberty is an aspiration at best.

 

Anything else?

 

if that is all true then why exactly has the conspiracy undermined and looked to remove all of those things i mentioned?

 

I'll tell you why: because they are trying to remould our society into a collectivised TECHNOCRACY and in order to achieve that they must remove all of the checks and balances on their centralised power

 

You want to wash those things away? You think things are bad now? You will find yourself utterly enslaved to such a degree that you will pine for how things were at these times

 

you are utterly clueless of what is going on

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3 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

What you're doing is no trivial molehill.

I'm creating the mountain because you are trying to deliberately disrupt the entire forum - which effects every other contributor, both current and in the future - by compartmentalizing it and flooding it with your own very personal problems repeatedly, which pale in significance compared to all that's currently going on, it's incredibly selfish and makes your petulant attention seeking even more shameful.

 

I spent a little bit of time on gathering the receipts as evidence to expose your nefarious agenda to the other readers.

 

 

I asked a few posters if they have a solution and the other thread was from months ago. David Icke doesn't blame black people or stir up racial tensions. He doesn't see race as an issue. May be you'd be happier on a forum that's more accommodating to your views?

 

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The main problem with the West, and woke culture, and especially white British people born in the last 40 years or so is that they are driven by self-loathing and a desire to tear down everything that has been in place before them. Their individual weakness mentally has made them an easy target to be led into desiring their own destruction in the name of diversity and progress and a misplaced narcissism to look to be advocating the "right" thing.

 

They genuinely believe that the society we had up until the 1980s is utterly repulsive and all of it needs to be retrospectively destroyed. The past is being rewritten while the present and future is being twisted in this bizarre procession of self-flaggelation and demoralisation.

 

This is why parts of Europe are pushing back against the tyranny, rather than meekly surrendering to it and "following the science" and all the other bollocks they've been fed by the media and twitter.

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3 minutes ago, RobSS said:

How is this relevant to the thread title?

 

I thought i explained all that really clearly yesterday....

 

There are two schools of thought....etc

 

and how can you distinguish what is frustration at the ongoing ethnocide in the west versus what is simply an irrational hatred of someone simply due to the colour of their skin?

 

For example i like some people with different skin colours so i know i don't have an irrational fear of people based simply on the colour of their skin

 

What i DO have though is a deep anxiety about where the cabal is trying to take my society and country with all of their social engineering and i worry for what country and society i am going to hand over to my children. I don't want them growing up in a society that is hostile towards them

 

HOWEVER me simply stating these concerns would be enough for the woke crowd to start hurling nasty insults at me because that is their modus operandi to try and silence dissent. So my point is that when you speak about the existence of 'racism' in modern day UK we have to look at things within the context of what is being done in our time and we have to not wrongly paint all views that don't agree with rothschild-cabal globalism as 'racism'

 

For example that charge has even been levelled at people simply for refusing the covid jabs as it is all being lumped up together in the same highly politicised environment that now exists

 

Basically if you don't blindly go along with all of the rothschild cabal agenda and its various aspects you can expect to be attacked and vilified and for nasty words to be thrown at you that likely have no actual baring on your true feelings towards other people at all

 

 

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1 minute ago, RobSS said:

May be you'd be happier on a forum that's more accommodating to your views?

I suggest it is you that would be happier on another forum where you can complain about the systemic racism you tirelessly endure with the other permanently outraged - god knows there's a lot of you out there.

 

Then again, you wouldn't stand out in such forums and wouldn't get the attention you so obvious crave.

 

Stop using David Ickes name as your shield when you're called out trying to destroy his forum while getting off; another one of your tricks. You've overplayed that one too.

How disrespectful. Shameless.

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5 minutes ago, RobSS said:

 

I asked a few posters if they have a solution and the other thread was from months ago. David Icke doesn't blame black people or stir up racial tensions. He doesn't see race as an issue. May be you'd be happier on a forum that's more accommodating to your views?

 

right there you are illustrating the problem that i spoke about

 

You are trying to oversimplyfy the whole situation. David says you shouldn't judge a person on the colour of their skin but rather the content of their character (ie the Martin luther king view)

 

BUT he also knows that MASS immigration IS part of the conspiracy and IS being used to socially engineer society towards what the cabal want it to be

Mass Migration - A Long Planned Elite Manipulation - David Icke

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Shhb-qMrtuM/

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

if that is all true then why exactly has the conspiracy undermined and looked to remove all of those things i mentioned?

 

This doesn't make sense. On the one hand you're agreeing with me that they are removing individual liberty and personal freedoms, but on the other hand, you're questioning my post, which conveys... exactly that. Either you believe we still have liberty or you don't.

 

'We' are given a path, yes. That path is decided: work, marry, procreate, retire, die shortly after. Is this your idea of liberty, because it ain't mine...

 

5 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

I'll tell you why: because they are trying to remould our society into a collectivised TECHNOCRACY and in order to achieve that they must remove all of the checks and balances on their centralised power

 

Agreed, and agreed. However, it was them who created the checks and balances on the centralized power. There is no aspect of your life they did not create. Accept it. Deal with it. You are living someone else's plan for you, I am sorry if that upsets you but that's just how it is. They need to be toppled, but you can only do that from a place of unwavering courage.

7 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

You want to wash those things away?

 

No, because we don't have them. I do want to create them though.

 

8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

You think things are bad now?

 

No, not really, because unlike most people I have pretty low expectations. I have food, a home, and I go for a walk every day in nature. I consider that 'enough'. 

 

9 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

You will find yourself utterly enslaved to such a degree that you will pine for how things were at these times

 

Possibly, but I'll know that I did a lot less to create that situation than most people did, i.e. lying to myself about 'the system'.

 

10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

you are utterly clueless of what is going on

 

Far from it. I actually have some excellent insights, but am not a social butterfly so struggle to get people to listen. My insights into the illuminati are second to none and they are completely intuitive. I am sorry you think I am clueless.

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Just now, skitzorat said:

the other permanently outraged - god knows there's a lot of you out there.

 

THATS the problem! The cabal are RADICALISING people against the indigenous british people through grievance politics and critical race theory etc which does not look at history from a perspective of understanding the existence of conspiracy of powerful bloodlines who have screwed over people of all skin colours

 

Instead it REFRAMES those peoples perceptions to make them believe that ALL white people are the problem and are in some sort of silent conspiracy against non white people

 

All that marxist critical race theory stuff is coming down FROM THE CABAL in order to paint a target on the backs of average working whites so that non white people don't direct their anger against the globalist cabal themselves

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7 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

I thought i explained all that really clearly yesterday....

 

There are two schools of thought....etc

 

and how can you distinguish what is frustration at the ongoing ethnocide in the west versus what is simply an irrational hatred of someone simply due to the colour of their skin?

 

For example i like some people with different skin colours so i know i don't have an irrational fear of people based simply on the colour of their skin

 

What i DO have though is a deep anxiety about where the cabal is trying to take my society and country with all of their social engineering and i worry for what country and society i am going to hand over to my children. I don't want them growing up in a society that is hostile towards them

 

HOWEVER me simply stating these concerns would be enough for the woke crowd to start hurling nasty insults at me because that is their modus operandi to try and silence dissent. So my point is that when you speak about the existence of 'racism' in modern day UK we have to look at things within the context of what is being done in our time and we have to not wrongly paint all views that don't agree with rothschild-cabal globalism as 'racism'

 

For example that charge has even been levelled at people simply for refusing the covid jabs as it is all being lumped up together in the same highly politicised environment that now exists

 

Basically if you don't blindly go along with all of the rothschild cabal agenda and its various aspects you can expect to be attacked and vilified and for nasty words to be thrown at you that likely have no actual baring on your true feelings towards other people at all

 

 

 

I still don't see why what you're saying is relevant to this thread. You either agree with the thread title or you don't. Is what you're posting evidence that dislike of black people, just because of the colour of their skin, no longer exists? That's the subject of this thread...

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Ethel said:

 Either you believe we still have liberty or you don't.

 

No it is not that black and white. Freedom is a spectrum. We have degrees of freedom and our freedoms are being eroded

 

3 minutes ago, Ethel said:

That path is decided: work, marry, procreate, retire, die shortly after. Is this your idea of liberty, because it ain't mine...

 

you don't have to follow that path but don't drag me into a strawman argument because i am not saying that i want things to remain as they are now

 

I DO want change but what i'm saying is that the changes we are seeing happening are the ones that the cabal are making to achieve what THEY want

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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

THATS the problem! The cabal are RADICALISING people against the indigenous british people through grievance politics and critical race theory etc which does not look at history from a perspective of understanding the existence of conspiracy of powerful bloodlines who have screwed over people of all skin colours

 

Instead it REFRAMES those peoples perceptions to make them believe that ALL white people are the problem and are in some sort of silent conspiracy against non white people

 

All that marxist critical race theory stuff is coming down FROM THE CABAL in order to paint a target on the backs of average working whites so that non white people don't direct their anger against the globalist cabal themselves

Out of reactions, but spot on.

 

And the majority of dopey people in this country (and beyond) are falling for it.

 

WRONG TARGET PEEPS.

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7 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

I suggest it is you that would be happier on another forum where you can complain about the systemic racism you tirelessly endure with the other permanently outraged - god knows there's a lot of you out there.

 

Then again, you wouldn't stand out in such forums and wouldn't get the attention you so obvious crave.

 

Stop using David Ickes name as your shield when you're called out trying to destroy his forum while getting off; another one of your tricks. You've overplayed that one too.

How disrespectful. Shameless.

 

I'm not using his name as a shield. I'm using what he's said to explain why I agree with him:

 

David Icke:

 

"There is a field of consciousness that connects everything, so it doesn't matter if you're black, white, Asian, Chinese, Aboriginal... it doesn't matter what your form is... YOU are part of the same consciousness. YOU are just a unique expression of it, and that perception that we're all connected immediately starts dropping the fault lines the cult is desperate to perpetuate, so that different versions of form can be played off against each other."

 

 

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Just now, RobSS said:

I still don't see why what you're saying is relevant to this thread. You either agree with the thread title or you don't. Is what you're posting evidence that dislike of black people, just because of the colour of their skin, no longer exists? That's the subject of this thread...

 

In order to determine if racism exists in the UK you have to consider what racism is and then examine if all the things that are being labelled 'racism' actually ARE racism

 

it's not complicated robb

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8 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

right there you are illustrating the problem that i spoke about

 

You are trying to oversimplyfy the whole situation. David says you shouldn't judge a person on the colour of their skin but rather the content of their character (ie the Martin luther king view)

 

BUT he also knows that MASS immigration IS part of the conspiracy and IS being used to socially engineer society towards what the cabal want it to be

Mass Migration - A Long Planned Elite Manipulation - David Icke

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Shhb-qMrtuM/

 

In that case, start a different thread on immigration. This thread is not about that subject.

 

Thank you.

 

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Just now, Macnamara said:

 

In order to determine if racism exists in the UK you have to consider what racism is and then examine if all the things that are being labelled 'racism' actually ARE racism

 

it's not complicated robb

 

Dislike of black people based on the colour of their skin. So please address the title of this thread, thanks.

 

Rob

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29 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

nope i'm just proving that what i'm saying is objectively true regardless of how you feel about it

 

You didn't say anything regarding the Daily Mail article, and it wasn't relevant to this thread.

 

 

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