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2 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

🤔, Can only find Reddit threads on this. 

Well supposedly he had one, this being his second. I didnt even know he had a first. I put a ? to make sure its not a statement of fact, its probably bollocks. I found this:

https://newsinfrance.com/has-klaus-schwab-had-a-second-heart-attack-probably-just-social-media-rumours/

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Read 'The Terra Papers' by Robert Morning Sky.

 

Its eye opening.

 

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Klaus Schwarb is 84 years old. There are unconfirmed rumours but as the cult media dont confirm 'cause of death' anymore, I doubt a Klaus having a heart attack would be a good look for them.

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10 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:

Well supposedly he had one, this being his second. I didnt even know he had a first. I put a ? to make sure its not a statement of fact, its probably bollocks. I found this:

https://newsinfrance.com/has-klaus-schwab-had-a-second-heart-attack-probably-just-social-media-rumours/

I wasn't aware of his first, so all news to me. Just saying the first searches on Uncle Klaus were Reddit threads. 

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9 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:

I want to know why any of the comments/reports I see (nothing reliable so far) are saying second as if we knew of a first? Confusing times.

Very, as I say, all news to me. When you posted I just typed in Klaus Schwab heart attack and the first searches were Reddit. He may pass with a short illness ....... 

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1 hour ago, novymir said:

Some people are not intentional "shills"(some are)

 

Agreed, but I think when some content creators constantly refuse to take new evidence on board that refutes a lot of their points, then it does look suspicious.

 

I used to like Nick Fuentes quite a lot because it put some pressure on the MAGA movement to actually be America first, but when I noticed even he had problems, I started calling it out, not just keep shilling him.

 

I get that their is a pipeline though, and sometimes you need to just listen to what is being said and share it if you agree with it to shift the Overton window.

 

I don't exactly agree with Sargon or Paul Joseph Watson on everything for example, but I still share their content with normies. I would probably still be a bit of a bleeding heart lib if I didn't start my pipeline with people like that.

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How the fashion world is slowly reacting.

How exactly is this a conspiracy? Its right out there and obvious, in yer face, just as they intended. And why are they blaming "the right" for the debacle?

Bits in bold are mine.

 

Outrage was also fuelled by the right-wing petroleum that is Fox News, further pushing the conspiracy that a group of Satan-worshiping elites who run a child sex ring is trying to control our politics and media. It’s very Pizzagate but make it fashion. 

 

But the idea that a cabal of pedophiles is trying to manipulate mainstream media and normalize the sexualization of kids via a Balenciaga campaign feels—dare I say it—a little far-fetched? It’s the kind of theory you’d immediately dismiss in person, and yet online it’s being given a legitimacy rarely lent to such outrageous claims. It all feels ridiculous because it is ridiculous. It is extreme and inflated beyond critical thinking. It does not feel proportional

 

I’ve got to say, though, without a doubt, the leap to “pedophile cabal pushing their ideology into the mainstream” is a reach. 

 

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GQ's take on it, blaming conspiracy theorists, the right and moral "panic". Nothing to do with a bunch of perverts and sick weirdos trying to normalise (and profit from) their criminal activity.

 

https://www.gq.com/story/balenciaga-gucci-menswear-upheaval

 

Demna and Balenciaga, which in recent years has grown into a seemingly unstoppable cultural and commercial force, found themselves caught in a satanic panic—stoked by bad faith actors on the right and validated by the house’s biggest star, Kim Kardashian—related to two photo shoots that featured at best questionable props. And then, in a chain of events that was sadly predictable, Ye all but solidified his exile from the fashion establishment by aligning with a uniquely virulent white supremacist.......

 

At the helm of Balenciaga, Demna is no stranger to courting controversy. Until last week, though, most of the controversy was related to his postmodern habit of flipping emblems of unconscious consumerism—trash bags, Crocs—into expensive luxury items. (Casual observers might not pick up that Demna is fundamentally a humanist, which he cloaks under dark layers of internet-pilled irony.) Thanks to Demna’s keen ability to re-order status quos, practically everything Balenciaga does becomes a huge story, every product a viral hit, every stunt a moment of creative clarity. Until Balenciaga released two photoshoots that intersected with an infectious strain of American moral panic. One featured children and an assortment of holiday gift products, including teddy bears adorned in leather bondage gear, pulled from the brand’s most recent runway show. Another featured a still life of a Balenciaga x Adidas bag on top of office supplies and documents, one of which was a copy of U.S. v. Williams, a 2008 Supreme Court decision related to child pornography laws. Weird? Sure. Indicative of a dark conspiracy in the elite levels of high fashion? Not exactly. 

 

In the face of mounting criticism, Balenciaga issued a series of press releases, the third of which apologized for “a series of grievous errors for which Balenciaga takes responsibility,” stating that the bears should never have been included in a shoot with children, and that the papers—pulled from a prop house—had likely been originally produced for a television drama. But the damage had already been done. On November 22, Tucker Carlson devoted a segment of his primetime Fox News show to accuse Balenciaga of promoting the exploitation of children. By then, the conspiracy theory had already been subsumed by right wing provocateurs and their followers, and soon even well-meaning moms were chiming in—including Kardashian, who vowed to re-evaluate her relationship with the storied French house. 

There was a time when you could imagine Demna responding to such a controversy by putting out a T-shirt with a “Faux News” graphic splashed on the front. Instead, Balenciaga sued the production designer responsible for the office shoot for $25 million. 

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On 12/2/2022 at 12:23 AM, TheConsultant said:

I think people believing that was Ye are unwell personally.

Edit: I actually clicked on it to listen to his voice. Not him, really quite obviously.

No opinion on the guy, but that is clearly not Ye.

What a load of bollocks are you on the spectrum? Or are you just trying to gaslight me.

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What kind of fashion brand doesn't check every minute detail of their photo shoots before publishing? Don't they go over the photos with a eye glass.

 

Twits on Twitter are paid to Tweet propaganda, its their bread n butter.

 

What's next 'Kink for Pets'?

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8 hours ago, northern star said:

How the fashion world is slowly reacting.

How exactly is this a conspiracy? Its right out there and obvious, in yer face, just as they intended. And why are they blaming "the right" for the debacle?

Bits in bold are mine.

 

Outrage was also fuelled by the right-wing petroleum that is Fox News, further pushing the conspiracy that a group of Satan-worshiping elites who run a child sex ring is trying to control our politics and media. It’s very Pizzagate but make it fashion. 

 

But the idea that a cabal of pedophiles is trying to manipulate mainstream media and normalize the sexualization of kids via a Balenciaga campaign feels—dare I say it—a little far-fetched? It’s the kind of theory you’d immediately dismiss in person, and yet online it’s being given a legitimacy rarely lent to such outrageous claims. It all feels ridiculous because it is ridiculous. It is extreme and inflated beyond critical thinking. It does not feel proportional

 

I’ve got to say, though, without a doubt, the leap to “pedophile cabal pushing their ideology into the mainstream” is a reach. 

 

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GQ's take on it, blaming conspiracy theorists, the right and moral "panic". Nothing to do with a bunch of perverts and sick weirdos trying to normalise (and profit from) their criminal activity.

 

https://www.gq.com/story/balenciaga-gucci-menswear-upheaval

 

Demna and Balenciaga, which in recent years has grown into a seemingly unstoppable cultural and commercial force, found themselves caught in a satanic panic—stoked by bad faith actors on the right and validated by the house’s biggest star, Kim Kardashian—related to two photo shoots that featured at best questionable props. And then, in a chain of events that was sadly predictable, Ye all but solidified his exile from the fashion establishment by aligning with a uniquely virulent white supremacist.......

 

At the helm of Balenciaga, Demna is no stranger to courting controversy. Until last week, though, most of the controversy was related to his postmodern habit of flipping emblems of unconscious consumerism—trash bags, Crocs—into expensive luxury items. (Casual observers might not pick up that Demna is fundamentally a humanist, which he cloaks under dark layers of internet-pilled irony.) Thanks to Demna’s keen ability to re-order status quos, practically everything Balenciaga does becomes a huge story, every product a viral hit, every stunt a moment of creative clarity. Until Balenciaga released two photoshoots that intersected with an infectious strain of American moral panic. One featured children and an assortment of holiday gift products, including teddy bears adorned in leather bondage gear, pulled from the brand’s most recent runway show. Another featured a still life of a Balenciaga x Adidas bag on top of office supplies and documents, one of which was a copy of U.S. v. Williams, a 2008 Supreme Court decision related to child pornography laws. Weird? Sure. Indicative of a dark conspiracy in the elite levels of high fashion? Not exactly. 

 

In the face of mounting criticism, Balenciaga issued a series of press releases, the third of which apologized for “a series of grievous errors for which Balenciaga takes responsibility,” stating that the bears should never have been included in a shoot with children, and that the papers—pulled from a prop house—had likely been originally produced for a television drama. But the damage had already been done. On November 22, Tucker Carlson devoted a segment of his primetime Fox News show to accuse Balenciaga of promoting the exploitation of children. By then, the conspiracy theory had already been subsumed by right wing provocateurs and their followers, and soon even well-meaning moms were chiming in—including Kardashian, who vowed to re-evaluate her relationship with the storied French house. 

There was a time when you could imagine Demna responding to such a controversy by putting out a T-shirt with a “Faux News” graphic splashed on the front. Instead, Balenciaga sued the production designer responsible for the office shoot for $25 million. 

 

Beginning early in the last century our social-engineers incrementally normalised adultery first, then divorce, then sex out-of-wedlock and then abortion; single-parenting had become the norm by the 1980’s. Now, same-sex marriage is legal and celebrated.

 

Homosexuality went from being taboo to desirable and now transgenders are acceptable, to say otherwise makes you an intolerant “hater” denying the ‘rights’ of minority groups to freely express their chosen sexual proclivities, openly. Heterosexual is passé.

 

The only thing left after this deliberate process of degrading and demoralising humanity is the sexualisation of children and making that “normal” too. If you’re not ‘down’ with the paedophiles, you’ll be a ‘dinosaur’ from a bygone era… get with the times! 🤮

 

 

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2 hours ago, Fluke said:

What a load of bollocks are you on the spectrum? Or are you just trying to gaslight me.

I am not entirely sure you know what gaslighting is. That was not that, I was pointing out you quite possibly along with others are falling for something really quite simple. 

Look Trump never left office, 100% proof!
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2 hours ago, Velma said:

Homosexuality went from being taboo to desirable and now transgenders are acceptable, to say otherwise makes you an intolerant “hater” denying the ‘rights’ of minority groups to freely express their chosen sexual proclivities, openly. Heterosexual is passé.

I think misappropriating sexuality with gender is precisely why this agenda works. Not the same thing at all on any level. Most LGBTQ community I know of are very against their life being used as a vehicle to push agendas of corporations, media, controllers of this planet. 

Much like BLM, Antifa etc, LGBTQ community is being used as a vehicle to make people think gender and sexuality are the same or related in any manner, they absolutely aren't. Between consenting adults, who gives a shit?

I do however take massive issue with grooming and sexualising children, but that is not a LGBTQ issue at all on any level and if you believe it is then you need to take a step back and see the attached strings of the puppet show, not the puppets. A bit like a dog looking at his masters finger rather than where they are pointing. 

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Everyone's being used. Whether it's race, gender, politics.....whatever "side" you fall on, whoever you are....they are using you to advance the destructive, divisive agenda.

 

They are all tools in the battle for control. Divide and conquer. Create tensions and hatred/mistrust. Divert attention away from the big picture and instead focus on fake petty wars. 

 

It's become a nasty world with too many people not thinking for themselves and realising what's actually going on. They fall for these games....brexit, covid, climate, BLM, Ukraine...

 

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I agree everyone is used, but some groups play in to what they wish to normalise and as such are focused on specifically. I.E. LGBTQ "they" wish to add P to that.

Divide and conquer is absolutely right. Now its for people to see through how they do it including taking the knee, which is an allegiance to their cult nothing relating to race. In fact add ritual handwashing and face masks to that and you might start to see what covid19 was partly about.

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