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On 1/6/2023 at 8:40 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Yes, Perestroika deception is a strange one. Look at Palestine for example, it's often accused of being a Soviet Israel puppet on the dissident right, which might explain the Kremlinist dollar store anti-Zionism.

 

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Take that watch example that I gave. It's like the victim is now being blamed and told to hide his valuables when in London now, like they're trying to make living in some Brazilified hellscape normal. It's not normal though, we used to have more social cohesion before demographics changed without us being asked.

 

What would happen if Europeans try to take control over our own destiny and fix the problem? Folks like Putin will say Europeans are far-right.

There is sick propaganda against Russia. I hear many nonsenses from my dad. Like they are extremely poor. Don't have toilets and so on. I know it's not true cos I know living people from there. Of course it sucks to be fair but not far from the west. They have same shit from China as we do and probably their standards of living is higher than on Ukraine (and I talk about before the war of course)...  I don't know how it changed due to all restrictions placed by the West... But as far I can see the restrictions hurt Europe and poor, ordinary people living here... Actually UK is a joke because it doesn't depend on Russia. It looks like an aim to just make people poor... 

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On 1/8/2023 at 2:05 AM, Mr Crabtree said:

The only thing to fear, is fear itself! They've planted the seeds of fear into the fertile minds of the sheep with all their Netflix predictive type films, the hunger games style scenarios, disaster movie after disaster movie, warring tribes set against each other etc and then they sit back and watch as people fall apart!

 

 

True. The media over the past years had people in a frenzy over toilet rolls, pasta, petrol and other groceries. Then the supermarkets got raided by people with enough money to bulk buy and drive off and fill up their garages or cellars with tons of stuff, leaving the poorer people with little in some areas (it wasn't that bad where I live).

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15 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

If it wasn't for the 'Call Centre' industry, they'd have nothing!🤫 I don't know how they managed to find so many Indians called Mary, Jennifer, Susan etc to manage the lines, to be honest I don't know whether I'm talking to someone from India or Cardiff at times, the accents aren't too dissimilar!🤔

 

And all the crank/spam calls too! I used to get one Indian sounding fellow ringing me asking for "Mrs Hardwicke" and even started arguing the toss with me when I said there was nobody by that name at my address.  He said I was her and instantiated strongly that I was lying. In the end I blew an old police whistle that belonged to my Grandad ( which my Dad gave me when Grandad died) down the phone   😁   ( no Grandad was not a policeman, no idea how he had come to have it, it dates from about 1911. He was born in 1899). 

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they are not just making kamikazee drones. Imagine robot tanks with weapons systems on top and pilotless, autonomous planes

 

Doesn't matter what type- robots or tanks- this would cost a LOT of money. More than a human being. Can't see why millions would be spent building these things, and all the tech people having to be trained and paid to design them, build them, over see them etc, just to have them blown up. 

 

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Democrats’ Stealth Plan to Enact Universal Basic Income
By Robert Doar | Matt Weidinger

The Wall Street Journal

March 02, 2021

 


Notice the date: we are now in 2025 and no snifter of the U.S government doing anything to "fund" people. In fact quite the opposite ( I have American friends I talk to online): people are just left to rot sleeping in tents in parks.  Notice that the narrative in that article is a lot of the use of the  conditional/imagined grammatical term: would.

 

Back to Britain: the Tories have made several statements in response to the question of bringing in UBI : "We believe work pays."

 

They would never pay the plebs for sitting at home watching Netflix or strumming guitars.

 

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On 1/9/2023 at 3:42 AM, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

Doesn't matter what type- robots or tanks- this would cost a LOT of money. More than a human being. Can't see why millions would be spent building these things, and all the tech people having to be trained and paid to design them, build them, over see them etc, just to have them blown up. 

 


Notice the date: we are now in 2025 and no snifter of the U.S government doing anything to "fund" people. In fact quite the opposite ( I have American friends I talk to online): people are just left to rot sleeping in tents in parks.  Notice that the narrative in that article is a lot of the use of the  conditional/imagined grammatical term: would.

 

Back to Britain: the Tories have made several statements in response to the question of bringing in UBI : "We believe work pays."

 

They would never pay the plebs for sitting at home watching Netflix or strumming guitars.

 

I think they shout at people with UBI fairy - tales to provoke rebellion against it. It's illogical but they organized it the way people believe they don't deserve anything from 1% who own everything and begging they don't want UBI cos they lose freedom? 🤔 Anyway they want to protect their wealth. They can always say - you didn't want a share - that's OK... I understand. Go and eat bugs plebs - but first you need to dig them of the ground.

 

And when it comes to modern technology I expect most intellectual and creative jobs soon be replaced by AI... Not the physical ones... Robots are still clumsy...

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On 1/9/2023 at 6:25 AM, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

 

True. The media over the past years had people in a frenzy over toilet rolls, pasta, petrol and other groceries. Then the supermarkets got raided by people with enough money to bulk buy and drive off and fill up their garages or cellars with tons of stuff, leaving the poorer people with little in some areas (it wasn't that bad where I live).

 

You only thought they were toilet rolls🤣

 

The anus is a good way to get high tech neurotoxins directly into the bloodstream and into the brain.

 

Notice how people have brain fog now?

 

"AS BELOW SO ABOVE"

 

In the industry we call it A2B or ARSE-TO-BRAIN.

 

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On 1/7/2023 at 3:22 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

One thing you'll notice when progressives bring up walkable/15 min city ideas is Japan, but there's one thing that they don't mention about Japan too.

 

 

 

I just can't get my head around it. 🤔

 

 

Funny, but the meme is out of date, the stats are worse now.

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On 1/9/2023 at 3:42 AM, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

Doesn't matter what type- robots or tanks- this would cost a LOT of money. More than a human being. Can't see why millions would be spent building these things, and all the tech people having to be trained and paid to design them, build them, over see them etc, just to have them blown up. 

 


Notice the date: we are now in 2025 and no snifter of the U.S government doing anything to "fund" people. In fact quite the opposite ( I have American friends I talk to online): people are just left to rot sleeping in tents in parks.  Notice that the narrative in that article is a lot of the use of the  conditional/imagined grammatical term: would.

 

Back to Britain: the Tories have made several statements in response to the question of bringing in UBI : "We believe work pays."

 

They would never pay the plebs for sitting at home watching Netflix or strumming guitars.

 

I was absolutely gob smacked when the works doctor looked me straight in the eye and said 'I'm afraid you'll never work again old chap'! I said 'Why not'? and I can hear his reply even now fifteen years later 'Because, YOU ARE AN IDLE BASTARD'!

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On 1/10/2023 at 3:00 PM, Human10 said:

I think they shout at people with UBI fairy - tales to provoke rebellion against it. It's illogical but they organized it the way people believe they don't deserve anything from 1% who own everything and begging they don't want UBI cos they lose freedom? 🤔 Anyway they want to protect their wealth. They can always say - you didn't want a share - that's OK... I understand. Go and eat bugs plebs - but first you need to dig them of the ground.

 

And when it comes to modern technology I expect most intellectual and creative jobs soon be replaced by AI... Not the physical ones... Robots are still clumsy...

 

Not an incorrect assumption! I've seen comments online such as "tax payers would be paying scroungers to sit playing guitar all day."  A.I can already create art and now write pop music. 

 

Most people want some sort of occupation/career where they earn their living. But want something meaningful and interesting, obviously not low paid and exploitative. Being unemployed is humiliating.

 

But physical work like building construction, and social care/support worker jobs are probably jobs robots will never be able to do. We'd need thousands of Mr Data like androids which, even if it were possible to create them would be far too expensive to waste on these low paid and low status jobs plebs can do.

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On 1/10/2023 at 8:34 PM, Truthblast said:

 

You only thought they were toilet rolls🤣

 

The anus is a good way to get high tech neurotoxins directly into the bloodstream and into the brain.

 

Notice how people have brain fog now?

 

"AS BELOW SO ABOVE"

 

In the industry we call it A2B or ARSE-TO-BRAIN.

 

🤣

 

 

Good point.

Suspicions grew after supermarkets like Morrisons started advertising bowel cancer on bog roll packs.

 

Did we see mouth cancer adverts on toothpaste tubes or skin cancer warnings on packs of razors? Noope

 

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On 1/6/2023 at 6:24 PM, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

No going back to normal? It's business as usual from where I'm standing. Elites and big corporations still owning all the land, raking in huge profits, living luxury lifestyles and so on. Greta is deluded.

 

That was exactly my thoughts when I read that statement by Greta. Elites continue to go on their jolly jaunts in private jets and stay in luxury resorts several times a year whilst Joe and Jenny Average work in low paid thankless jobs living in shabby flats and can't afford the central heating on in the winter.

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