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1 hour ago, XelNaga said:

Hi Velma,

 

This doesn't mean much. I have my doubts about Putin, well I doubt every single political and popular figure. I can't figure out if he is a part of the PTB or not, it makes sense that he is, but sometimes it seems that he is not.

 

This picture could be one of two things, either this is his "boss", or he is doing things by that saying: "keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer".

 

Kind regards..

 

Leaders always come together for conversation. They can smile and eat together and we see the pictures, but behind the scenes they could be having serious arguments.

 

There are competing worldviews. Progressive, conservative, religious, non-religious.

The agenda of the globalists does not align with every worldview, which does mean some leaders and countries are ''in the way''. Does this make Putin an innocent saint that isn't interested in shaping countries beyond his borders? No of course not.

 

 

 

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22 minutes ago, XelNaga said:

Yes, I agree. But something seems different, at least to me, as far as Russia and Asian countries are concerned.

 

TPTB influence is noticeable, and quite obvious in US and EU.

 

We shall see, I guess.

It is there but we just get told it's a crack pot dictator instead of a democratic elite. Same thing but just less visible people doing it.

If your going to decimate every economy on the planet while driving living costs through the roof you need a war to contain one of the biggest suppliers, Staged or not. That is where the real war is but it's getting portrayed as Ukraine/West v Russia as opposed to elites v population of the world.

As for this war the footage looks sketchy at best.

 

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11 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

Fuck what's going on with Cam7?

 

EDIT: I think that's snow.

 

Many people going to what looks like a pub in Cam 9.

 

I thought it was mosquitoes. They are not like the mosquitoes in UK. They are a lot more aggressive. 

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2 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

killary, brandon and pelosi all come out and say "putin bad"

 

just like the fake news saying ivermectin bad

 

everything is backwards

 

It's like it was when Covid started. They are all on the same page, spouting the same message. Trolls are out in force backing the narrative. Covid has failed to achieve its short-term objectives so it's on to the next move.

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The speed at which the masses completely adopt the narrative... ''West = good, Russia = bad'', and how asking questions and criticizing the EU/NATO makes one instantly a ''traitor'' and means one is ''working for the Russians''.

 

Unreal. That frenzy that people are in. First two years of covid and threatening people with jab mandates. And now this.

 

What a Clown World.

 

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12 minutes ago, Firebird said:

The speed at which the masses completely adopt the narrative... ''West = good, Russia = bad'', and how asking questions and criticizing the EU/NATO makes one instantly a ''traitor'' and means one is ''working for the Russians''.

 

Unreal. That frenzy that people are in. First two years of covid and threatening people with jab mandates. And now this.

 

What a Clown World.

 

It's to keep fear instilled in people. People are easier to control and laws/mandates are easier to pass when there paralysed by fear

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1 hour ago, Looney tune said:

Bbc reporting on sanctions imposed and say oil and gas not really being effected but general population is being hit hard. Ha and there really targeting the ptb in Russia. 

 

They will all say it's ''necessary''. The people get hurt, the rich politicians couldn't care less. Higher prices mean little to them.

 

As always, there will be no shortage of useful idiots with no power to cheer for imposed poverty.

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Firebird said:

 

They will all say it's ''necessary''. The people get hurt, the rich politicians couldn't care less. Higher prices mean little to them.

 

As always, there will be no shortage of useful idiots with no power to cheer for imposed poverty.

 

 

Not only that but all these countries struggling to pay fuel costs and the money printed in covid times are now chucking millions at Ukraine which will get lost somehow and Joe blogg tax payer will once again have to foot the bill

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33 minutes ago, Looney tune said:

Not only that but all these countries struggling to pay fuel costs and the money printed in covid times are now chucking millions at Ukraine which will get lost somehow and Joe blogging tax payer will once again have to foot the bill

 

Politics ! One of the few area of employment where you can get to decide how to spend everybody else's money with zero repercussions and responsibility if it goes to waste. At the same time, earning over £80,000 a year tax free with huge variety of benefits, discounts, expense accounts and a host of other undeserved privileges. What's more, they get to decide themselves on their own annual pay increase. That's even without the paid lobbying for large corporations and financial institutions,  cronyism, fraud and corruption going on behind closed doors. And don't get me going on second jobs. You couldn't make it up.

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36 minutes ago, Firebird said:

 

They will all say it's ''necessary''. The people get hurt, the rich politicians couldn't care less. Higher prices mean little to them.

 

As always, there will be no shortage of useful idiots with no power to cheer for imposed poverty.

 

 

Oh it is not only 'necessary' but it is 'the price to pay for freedom and fighting authoritarianism'. This on itself is a continuation of the psyop by virtue of double-speak bombardment. As you said a little earlier it is amazing how quickly the new narrative has been adopted, even with extensive knowledge of the psyop. Of course the title of Klaus's 2nd book is no coincidence whatsoever, which provides a little hope too. It's not difficult to come up with a more enticing story then this shit.

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1 hour ago, Nip said:

 

Politics ! One of the few area of employment where you can get to decide how to spend everybody else's money with zero repercussions and responsibility if it goes to waste. At the same time, earning over £80,000 a year tax free with huge variety of benefits, discounts, expense accounts and a host of other undeserved privileges. What's more, they get to decide themselves on their own annual pay increase. That's even without the paid lobbying for large corporations and financial institutions,  cronyism, fraud and corruption going on behind closed doors. And don't get me going on second jobs. You couldn't make it up.

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. A real Hollywood fantasy that was. Fancy people thinking that politicians were altruistic types willing to give up a career in civvy street to become a public servant. Look at Biden. Never held a job in the private sector and has been in public service all his life. He's worth untold millions. Pelosi too and Obama, plus the Clintons. If you want to get rich and you don't care what you have to do to get the money, then politics is teh job for you.

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9 minutes ago, Fifth element said:

There is something fishy going on… Yesterday, the US Embassy removed around 2p.m. all their Ukraine Bioweapon lab documents from their website.

Please Mr. Putin. If you do nothing else, take those places and reduce them to atoms. You'll be doing the world a favour.

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6 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 

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"Anti-Semitic sentiment remains widespread in Ukraine, where leaders are commonly labelled as Jewish by those seeking to discredit them." - Times of Israel

 

What if they are actually Jewish, like Zelinsky, can we criticise them then, or is that also Anti-Semitic?

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Just now, Velma said:

"Anti-Semitic sentiment remains widespread in Ukraine, where leaders are commonly labelled as Jewish by those seeking to discredit them." - Times of Israel

 

What if they are actually Jewish, like Zelinsky, can we criticise them then, or is that also Anti-Semitic?

 

Mention the word Jew in a negative for anything, unless you are a Jew will be against the law & penalty of death.

 

Like it was in Soviet Russia.

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, Incontinentia_Buttux said:

It's a no-brainer that he is a tyrant, look how he treats some of his own people.  He rigs elections to stay in power.  He tells other countries who they can be allies with.  He invades a neighboring country.  He orders his troops to fire missiles at civilian housing.  Do you need any more proof?

Sounds more like Netanyahu!

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3 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Mention the word Jew in a negative for anything, unless you are a Jew will be against the law & penalty of death.

 

Like it was in Soviet Russia.

 

 

 

I feel a pogrom of goyim coming on.....

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