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6 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:

I've never gone along completely with this idea of the Common Man having 'common sense' (whatever that's supposed to be) and the Intellectual Man somehow as a different animal and lacking common sense, and the Common Man sees through it all whereas the Intellectual Man is conned.  I see where it comes from and there is a kernel of truth to it, but I think it's mostly a load of bollocks.  It's just a way to divide people, and in some cases it is also a form of abuse used and bullying by dullards. 

 

If it were true that the Common Man has more common sense, then we are left with a mystery because the Common Man is in the majority, so why is all this happening? 

I will tell you what common sense is supposed to be. Its supposed to be seeing the nonsense of if you wear a mask but allowed to take it down because you are eating. Or if the government are locking you down next monday why not today? Or if the government has downgraded the virus to a non highly infectious disease on march 19th why go into lockdown? 

 

If you actually bothered to read my post instead of snarky replies you would see that I think it is much deeper than common sense. 

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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

farage had  a good graphic on gbn.

top a level grades increased 20% with not being at school with lockdowns.

 

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this is about hiding the falling standards

 

cultural marxism is about driving down everything in a target country. It is about driving down educational standards, it is about driving down health, it is about driving down morale and happiness, it is about driving down economic wellbeing, it is about driving down societal mores and causing cultural degeneracy

 

It is a form of warfare without guns so that the target population struggle to get to grips with:

 

a) what is happening to them

b) who is doing it to them

 

This grade inflation brings to mind that whole horse meat debacle years back when the supermarkets were caught selling horse meat from romania labelled as beef. I heard one commentator say that this was to hide a form of inflation where you get an inferior product for the same price

 

but really this slide in britain has been traceable for a while. Instead of nurses we now get nursing assistants. Instead of police we now get 'community officers'. Instead of soldiers we now get territorial army. Instead of teachers we now get teaching assistants etc etc. All of this is hiding the fact that the bottom of britain is rotting away because all of the wealth has been funnelled upwards into the hands of the oligarchic class behind the corporatocracy

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1 hour ago, oddsnsods said:

I bet she cant wait for her booster. HONK!

How's about this for a good idea you daft bint... Go and have a look at the suicide rate in your own country and see what's going on, because according to your twitter your work for mindframemedia which deals with amongst other things teenage suicides. 

What you'll find might shock you into doing something rather than posting 'look at me videos' with a stupid expression plastered on your face.   

(good info on the last page thanks to @skitzorat)

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17 minutes ago, Ergo Storm said:

 

I've never gone along completely with this idea of the Common Man having 'common sense' (whatever that's supposed to be) and the Intellectual Man somehow as a different animal and lacking common sense, and the Common Man sees through it all whereas the Intellectual Man is conned.  I see where it comes from and there is a kernel of truth to it, but I think it's mostly a load of bollocks.  It's just a way to divide people, and in some cases it is also a form of abuse used and bullying by dullards. 

 

If it were true that the Common Man has more common sense, then we are left with a mystery because the Common Man is in the majority, so why is all this happening?  Perhaps you could enlighten us?  Most of what is seen as 'common sense' is in fact just experience.  If your experience is with books and little of what you have done is hands-on and practical, then you may appear to be lacking in common-sense to a so-called Common Man.  I don't see what deeper significance there is to it.  Obviously if I haven't used a hammer much, there's a fair chance that I won't be very adept at using a hammer.  Should this come as a surprise?  

 

17/18 years ago, your Common Man wasn't using mobile devices for information, he just had mobile phones, but this Common Man who is full of common sense still swallowed the official narrative about Iraq and Afghanistan, and the terror threat, in overwhelming numbers.  Even a street protest of one million in the centre of London - a protest largely made up of middle-class 'intellectuals', by the way - could not stop the invasion of Iraq, simply because the great mass of ordinary people (the Common Man) supported what the government did at the time, or seemed to support it, or at least acquiesced in it.

 

The issue we are dealing with is human nature.  People are easily conned, whether they are common or ordinary or exceptional.  A genius can be duped and conned.  So can a Common Man.

 

I think there is some bell curve crap going on, with the average midwit being too trusting.

 

You're right about the common man being conned too though, but being conned doesn't mean they trust authority, just that they got conned. The downtrodden obviously have more reasons to not trust those in power because of past oppression. I'm sure people in the third world aren't very trusting of people like Bill Gates anyway.

 

That being said, not everywhere is the same. It's mostly working class types that I see not masking up where I live, but it could be different in the cities where people have a more cosmopolitan moral compass.

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24 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

The problem we have in the uk is that we have a socialised medical system which everyone has been conditioned to see as sacred. They even affix sacred symbols like the rainbow to it and encourage people to worship it by clapping at certain times.

There is certainly a religious aspect to this Macnamara. I think my grandparents generation in particular have a great fondness for the nhs. Despite all of them being treated quite bad I may add by the nhs over the years. 

 

And of course peasants like me will always get the condescending response if we dared question the lunacy. "You have a science degree then?" So they have become a sort of priestly class. 

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4 minutes ago, Human10 said:

It's actually the same massage - Sex at home, Experimental drugs and SPotify! Tune in, turn on TV and drop out! ☠️💀

 

I was going to say that the entertainment industry has been a slow dripfeed of debauchery, but I didn't want to be too judgemental on those here that still like their mainstream music.

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9 minutes ago, Fluke said:

There is certainly a religious aspect to this Macnamara. I think my grandparents generation in particular have a great fondness for the nhs. Despite all of them being treated quite bad I may add by the nhs over the years. 

 

And of course peasants like me will always get the condescending response if we dared question the lunacy. "You have a science degree then?" So they have become a sort of priestly class. 

 

i've heard a couple of doctors say that they only spend 1 day at medical school on vaccines

 

and what is the classic line people throw at you if you question vaccine safety? 'you should listen to the doctors they are the experts'

 

wow how nice to be an 'expert' on something after only one day of study! And there was me thinking that to be an expert at something you needed to have invested 10,000 hours into it

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If I have to read another post like this I'm going to scream....

'My wife and I have caught covid, I'm glad we are both fully vaccinated because the likelihood of death or hospitalization is basically zero' 

 

What, you mean zero or the terrifying 99.7% chance if you weren't vaxxed? Dick. 

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3 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

i've heard a couple of doctors say that they only spend 1 day at medical school on vaccines

And zero days on studying nutrition. Once I'd read Roy Porter's excellent book, 'The Greatest Benefit to Mankind' my views on Western allopathic medicine make a 180 degree turn. Porter's original title had a question mark at the end but his publisher refused to countenance that.

 

Look into the history of American medicine and how that nice old Mr. Rockefeller founded what we know today as 'big pharma' as an offshoot of his petroleum holdings. How natural medicine was booted out of the schools, how chiropractors were demonized as quacks, and how the drug companies fund medical training and research. Watch daytime television in the USA and you'll be bombarded with drug ads. It is insidious.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Dazzer said:

If I have to read another post like this I'm going to scream....

'My wife and I have caught covid, I'm glad we are both fully vaccinated because the likelihood of death or hospitalization is basically zero' 

 

What, you mean zero or the terrifying 99.7% chance if you weren't vaxxed? Dick. 

Remember Event 201?  Flood the zone with the same message. These 'random' tweets showing gratitude to the mass murderers is either Stockholm Syndrome writ large, or they are bogus, or they are written by narcissists looking for a pat on the back from their overlords. take your pick.

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18 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Oh.My.Goodness.

 

my favourites the break away to the anchor.. fucking hell hahahahaha

 

Do they actually think they're still fooling the Americans who haven't got the shot and/or aren't worried sick over the Delta scaryent..

 

 

 

I wonder how many takes they had to do. They should have done more

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14 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Remember Event 201?  Flood the zone with the same message. These 'random' tweets showing gratitude to the mass murderers is either Stockholm Syndrome writ large, or they are bogus, or they are written by narcissists looking for a pat on the back from their overlords. take your pick.

 

Even with all their faults, the Germans understood how the propagandists could mess with people by repeating lies over and over. The irony is that whole "big lie" thing is now said to be their problem even though they were clearly talking about the other side and the press.

 

That has now set a dangerous precedent because saying "lying press" now gets you some funny looks, but it's totally true.

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21 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

And zero days on studying nutrition. Once I'd read Roy Porter's excellent book, 'The Greatest Benefit to Mankind' my views on Western allopathic medicine make a 180 degree turn. Porter's original title had a question mark at the end but his publisher refused to countenance that.

 

typical! In this climate of fear people are afraid to slay the sacred cows

 

i have seen paediatricians lie about a childs weight

 

Now if i tried to use a machine and then cheated about the maths to justify carrying out more work in my industry that would be FRAUD plain and simple

 

The NHS is harbouring fraudsters who if they had their way would carry out completely unnecessary work that would likely lead to complications. I keep hearing about or reading in the papers about people having problems with their children in hospitals after their birth (most recently tyson fury) and i always wonder whether what has happened to them is as a result of unnecessary medical interventions

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39 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

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Jabs, masks, 

23 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

Oh.My.Goodness.

 

my favourites the break away to the anchor.. fucking hell hahahahaha

 

Do they actually think they're still fooling the Americans who haven't got the shot and/or aren't worried sick over the Delta scaryent..

 

 

 

'Clearly overcome with emotion' LOL. Clearly overcome with the giggles.

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19 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Remember Event 201?  Flood the zone with the same message. These 'random' tweets showing gratitude to the mass murderers is either Stockholm Syndrome writ large, or they are bogus, or they are written by narcissists looking for a pat on the back from their overlords. take your pick.

Like I've said on here before mate, it's from a footy forum where the posters have been on for years, like me. Defiantly not bogus, just idiots. 

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31 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Look into the history of American medicine and how that nice old Mr. Rockefeller founded what we know today as 'big pharma' as an offshoot of his petroleum holdings. How natural medicine was booted out of the schools, how chiropractors were demonized as quacks, and how the drug companies fund medical training and research. Watch daytime television in the USA and you'll be bombarded with drug ads. It is insidious.

 

 

His father William Avery "Devil Bill" was a con-artist and the literal "snake oil" salesman who went from town to town ripping people off of the time!

 

In James Corbett's "Who is Bill Gates" he notes:

https://www.corbettreport.com/gates/

 

The process by which this reinvention of Gates’ public image took place is not mysterious. It’s the same process by which every billionaire has revived their public image since John D. Rockefeller hired Ivy Ledbetter Lee to transform him from the head of the Standard Oil hydra into the kind old man handing out dimes to strangers.

MAN OFF CAMERA: Don’t you give dimes, Mr. Rockefeller? Please, go ahead.

WOMAN: Thank you, sir.

MAN: Thank you very much.

ROCKEFELLER: Thank you for the ride!

MAN: I consider myself more than amply paid.

ROCKEFELLER: Bless you! Bless you! Bless you!

SOURCE: John D. Rockefeller – Standard Oil

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfWZeeGeLTc&feature=youtu.be&t=918

 

 

Widely considered the Wealthiest American of ALL TIME and here he is giving out fkn dimes.

John D. Rockefeller, the wealthiest man in the world, handing a dime to a  toddler in 1920. (Giving a dime when meeting someone was his trademark.):  OldSchoolCool

 

I believe their initial idea for pharmaceuticals was to find a way to make even more money out of the oil by-products; the actual petrochemical waste.

 

They had a significant role in centralising State-run schools and dumbing down of America too not to mention their wealth 'gifted' humanity the real estate for the United Nations in NYC

 

When David talks about Reptilian and demonic forces which run through Bloodlines..

Elderly John D. Rockefeller by Bettmann

 

 

His spawn is actually Satan's

Legendary banker David Rockefeller dies at 101 | News | DW | 20.03.2017

 

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1 hour ago, Fluke said:

I will tell you what common sense is supposed to be. Its supposed to be seeing the nonsense of if you wear a mask but allowed to take it down because you are eating. Or if the government are locking you down next monday why not today? Or if the government has downgraded the virus to a non highly infectious disease on march 19th why go into lockdown? 

 

If you actually bothered to read my post instead of snarky replies you would see that I think it is much deeper than common sense. 

 

I did read your post.  

 

The Common Man can't have much common sense.

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There's a programme on BBC Radio 4 at 10pm, Tuesday nights called 'Simon Evans Goes to Market'.

 

This chap is a comedian who gives presentations on economics, which isn't the bore that it sounds like. He's very astute and witty. 

 

I mention it because he's the only performer I've heard to date who is making relevant observations on a mainstream platform about the state of events. For example, a couple of weeks back his show was all about how the very wealthy have raked in mega-bucks as a direct result of Covid.

 

And last night I only heard a bit but he made some crack refering to AstraZenica causing blood clots. 

 

Makes a refreshing change 

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