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On 7/30/2022 at 7:45 AM, Grumpy Owl said:

 

To be fair, whatever anyone asks this AI to create ends up looking 'creepy'.

https://www.craiyon.com/

 

I asked it to draw "Prince Charles on a bus":

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So, you're the one responsible for the creation of Morpheus' AI drawing thread? I'd like you to see some of the offensive, abominations you have inflected upon this once, respected, David Icke website. I have no idea how you can live with yourself. Good day.

 

 

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Gareth Icke retweeted this. It's not really minor news.

 

The Courts and medical establishment can decide in the UK whether your child may live or die.

 

It breaks my heart, this young boy and his family were not allowed to be moved to a Hospice for his final hours.

 

 

 

 

 

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I can't figure this Archie case out (or more to the point, the meeja coverage of it).

 

We know doctors think their gods, and they want power over our lives, to actually decide who lives and dies sometimes. I get that.

 

They also have massive egos that prevent them from accepting that their opinion may not be 100% correct. That alternatives exist, however remote.

 

They cannot bear to be seen to be wrong, to be shown up by others.

 

They are also heartless bastards, as the "pandemic" and all the surrounding crap of vaccines and cover-ups still prove.

 

We've seen cases like this in the past, where they stop parents taking a sick child overseas to try a treatment. Didn't they even put a police search warrant out for one family? Treating them like criminals for not accepting their child had to die.

 

So yeah, I understand those things.

 

But this coverage is odd. Is the mother addicted to the attention? Why have the meeja gone so overboard with this? Why are getting hourly bulletins over every aspect of this terrible story? What is it about the case which the PTB want to ram home to the public?

 

You have no power over your child? Do not try and question the medical profession?

 

And why no reference to what caused the poor kid to end up in that state? I had to google info on the story to get an idea of what it was all about, why this boy was in such a bad way.

 

The coverage seems to be all about the emotional impact. And it worked on my mum, she's been upset and angry about it all day. 

 

Is this just another case of PTB lowering our vibrations and telling us who is in charge? I can't believe the media really give a damn, tbh.

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7 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

And why no reference to what caused the poor kid to end up in that state? I had to google info on the story to get an idea of what it was all about, why this boy was in such a bad way.

 

The coverage seems to be all about the emotional impact. And it worked on my mum, she's been upset and angry about it all day. 

 

At first I heard Archie was found at home, and they had no idea how he got so hurt. Then I heard on the radio on Thursday that he was taking part in an online challenge, and his mother wanted to use his example to stop it happening to anyone else. If this is true? I would see that as just another part of the shut down of the internet as we know it Anti Fact Sir? Also, it would be used to great effect now that 'we' are emotionally involved in this. Lose no opportunity? We will see.

 

I understand how your mum feels as the media upsets kind people. I notice especially at Christmas for example, they dwell on a sad story, and really milk it. 

 

I'm reminded of the constant pull on our emotions and senses, (and feelings!!) when I hear athletes being asked constantly about their emotions in interviews. 

 

I was also thinking back to the case you refer to, as I think they called it a kidnapping, or treated it as such? I'm not sure. At the time I felt the doctors or whoever made the decision, could not risk allowing another country to help the child? 

 

In Archie's case, I can't understand why he was not allowed to die in a hospice, as his mother wanted, but I can see the path to the state owning your child, as it's happened in stages. insurance also plays a part ... and that increasingly, no-one can make even the smallest of decisions without permission from another? And everything  must run through a court now?

 

In my time I've met many caring doctors and nurses, but they are being force separated from us, and denied the ability to make decisions based on the individual, as everyone must be treated like a robot / a one size fits all global citizen. We are not 'allowed' to have a rappprt with a shop assistant, let alone a doctor. They took away our contact with bank managers, and even the postmen are not allowed to keep the same route. The war on relationships. I spoke to one doctor whose Father used turmeric to heal wounds when he was a child, but according to the state, his Father is wrong, as we know? Denied the right of his own experience ...

 

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I heard just now on LBC, a caller has an all green energy tariff and wants to know why he's paying as much as other tariffs (not green) and why those on pre pay meters are paying so much more. When asked why he doesn't enquire, he said it already took him 5 yrs to get a change of address on a meter and he hadcto take it to a national newspaper and the ombudsman is not doing their job. 

 

Another caller said there will be poll tax riots, and that he's heard of 'warm banks' where people will go to stay warm. 

 

He said people are not prepared to come together.

 

That's when the presenter mentioned the don't pay protest thing, although he said I don't think that's the answer (This is being deliberately over promoted isn't it)

 

One said without the benefits system this would be a third world country. 

 

I constantly hear that we are a rich country. Rich in debt. 

 

The Leeds gay pride was on the news with the footballers support now, one said be yourself, and all of that ridiculous mantra. 

 

Yes be yourself as long as its not based on your own ideas of being a free man, unchained, unmasked, working for an independent company. Etc. 

 

Why don't these pride people put some energy into supporting and perhaps entertaining the elderly who are lonely, and putting some pride back into the whole country. Every man woman and child. 

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I'd lost track of the latest on the US climate policy, and just saw the breaking news on the BBC; the US has passed the climate bill in the senate; a man in the clip said "the world will be a better place for my grandchildren." (For their grandchildren) 

 

Presenter; "Channelling billions of dollars towards ambitious clean energy goals"

 

I saw this; The Inflation Reduction Act includes $369bn (£305bn) for climate action - the largest investment in US history. It's authors say it will reduce US carbon emissions by 40% by 2030.

 

It now needs to be approved by the house, which will be easy apparently.

 

I watched all the theatre over the years, the USA pretending that they weren't going along with this, to give the protestors something to focus on. Ha ha. 

 

We won, we did it. 😀 I'm kidding, but a lot of do-gooders will think they really achieved something to save the world from destruction, and us all from certain death.

 

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Afgjsnistan: One year on

Since the taleban takeover, the number of new born deaths and miscarriages almost double in parts of the country where women weak from hunger are losing babies.

 

China's Hawaii lockdown

More than 80,000 tourists are stranded in a resort after a coronavirus outbreak sparks a lockdown. 

 

Prof Yanzhong Huang

Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations 

 

"All the cases are mild"

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On 8/6/2022 at 10:31 PM, Golden Retriever said:

Gareth Icke retweeted this. It's not really minor news.

 

The Courts and medical establishment can decide in the UK whether your child may live or die.

 

It breaks my heart, this young boy and his family were not allowed to be moved to a Hospice for his final hours.

 

 

 

 

 

Yet we keep the worst monsters alive in Prisons? 

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On 8/7/2022 at 1:12 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

And why no reference to what caused the poor kid to end up in that state? I had to google info on the story to get an idea of what it was all about, why this boy was in such a bad way.

 

This what I was looking for, did you find out ?

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8 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

This what I was looking for, did you find out ?

Archie Battersbee, boy at heart of U.K. court battle, dies after life support ends - CBS News

 

Archie Battersbee: What is the dangerous social media ‘blackout’ challenge? | The Independent

 

He was doing a tik tok challenge. Found unconscious with a ligature over his head.

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13 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

I've seen this crap. I went a little while ago with the kids I have a deep seated loathing of humans who feel they can do nature better than Mother nature. A really bizarre creation with no "logical" purpose.

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26 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

That's it, thanks Bomb. 

 

Judging from the AOL news comments, this could turn ugly. The family background ain't what we were led to believe.

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24 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

 

Maybe this was God's way of saying his time was up, they should have taken note and not put this little chappy through all this.

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15 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

That's it, thanks Bomb. 

 

Judging from the AOL news comments, this could turn ugly. The family background ain't what we were led to believe.

Thank my Lady. She gave me the links. I cant stand reading msm shite

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4 minutes ago, Observations said:

Peter Hitchens is on talkradio at 11 am, saying it's not a cost of living crisis its a cost of lockdown crisis. With respect, he has shouted this and similar for years now.

He's jabbered up mate, only those that are mental would listen to anything he has to say. I must say I found is brothe far more palatable even though I disagree with most of what he put out. 

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Just now, Morpheus said:

He's jabbered up mate, only those that are mental would listen to anything he has to say. I must say I found is brothe far more palatable even though I disagree with most of what he put out. 

 

Thank you Morpheus. I hear you; I agree about his vaccine, and that was the only time really that I winced when I thought of him, however I've read and listened to his views since the last century 😆 and on balance, he has warned of much that has come to pass. No-one agrees on it all, and I like to listen to those who I disagree with. Re; hitchens I agree on much more than many others. For the first year or two he constantly banged the same tone of drum with a lot of us, and opened up some great debates and sharing of information on his blog for instance.

 

Catch you in a bit Morpheus.

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1 hour ago, Observations said:

Peter Hitchens is on talkradio at 11 am, saying it's not a cost of living crisis its a cost of lockdown crisis. With respect, he has shouted this and similar for years now.

The guy's a sell-out. A shill. Controlled opposition.

 

He bangs on about loads of stuff, without ever quite asking the sort of questions that would get him silenced.

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