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7 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

How do you claim to know these mysterious facts you regularly assert, like, "Those who are meant to survive, will"?

 

It's easy to say kids can be kept completely out of the system, but short of being permanently on the run and hence having zero medical assistance ever, it's not that simple is it. For example, I have never been able to afford to not be out earning a living and for that reason, I could not have home schooled.

 

If I were of child bearing age and judged this world unfit to bring children into, then there would always be people who have a different opinion - like yourself, so presumably you would keep procreating, so we would not die out, would we? I'm not having it that it would be my duty to breed to perpetuate humanity.

 

 

Im not 'claiming' anything. Those thoughts are based on speaking to many people who have spiritually awakened in the last few years. Questioning their experiences and comparing with my own. Its my best guess at this moment, subject to change if new info is revealed or brought to me. 

If you have the mindset that 'I can never escape' then you won't, no matter how awake you are because you will be paralysed by your own belief system. Try asking "how can I escape" rather than "I cant." There is always a way out of the matrix, if you choose to look, but it takes a lot of trust and courage to break free. Ive met and spoken to many who have done that in the last couple of years. However, if you choose to stay poor in the system, thats a choice too.

Go look on youtube, for example, for families that have escaped the rat race by building or converting homes on wheels and taken their kids on journeys of discovery rather than schooling them into the mindless money system. ( Just one example) What could you do if you really put your mind to it and let go of anger and fear at the system? 

 

RE children and procreating, it was a joke.😆

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40 minutes ago, RobinJ said:

Im not 'claiming' anything. Those thoughts are based on speaking to many people who have spiritually awakened in the last few years. Questioning their experiences and comparing with my own. Its my best guess at this moment, subject to change if new info is revealed or brought to me. 

If you have the mindset that 'I can never escape' then you won't, no matter how awake you are because you will be paralysed by your own belief system. Try asking "how can I escape" rather than "I cant." There is always a way out of the matrix, if you choose to look, but it takes a lot of trust and courage to break free. Ive met and spoken to many who have done that in the last couple of years. However, if you choose to stay poor in the system, thats a choice too.

Go look on youtube, for example, for families that have escaped the rat race by building or converting homes on wheels and taken their kids on journeys of discovery rather than schooling them into the mindless money system. ( Just one example) What could you do if you really put your mind to it and let go of anger and fear at the system? 

 

RE children and procreating, it was a joke.😆

I'll be honest, your more spiritual than thou than, know it all attitude rubs me up the wrong way. 

 

I'm crippled with arthritis so not up for converting a home on wheels, but thanks for the nonsense answer. Not that there's any land here you could go & live peacefully on without being hounded out the same way gypsies are. It would be nice to live off fresh air though, just not practical.

 

And I don't believe the procreating thing was meant as a joke because you were talking down again, saying it would be obliging the enemy who want depopulation.

 

Naturally my response was negative, since if the world wasn't largely looking bleak currently, I wouldn't have been expressing a reluctance to bring children into it - which is an opinion I'm as entitled to as you are to your ethereal codswallop.

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Glad you pointed that out

Does look like DNA symbolism or even gene editing perhaps like 2012 London games with it's strange panto perhaps again their weird legal  thing of telling public what they are doing ?

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1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

I'll be honest, your more spiritual than thou than, know it all attitude rubs me up the wrong way. 

 

I'm crippled with arthritis so not up for converting a home on wheels, but thanks for the nonsense answer. Not that there's any land here you could go & live peacefully on without being hounded out the same way gypsies are. It would be nice to live off fresh air though, just not practical.

 

And I don't believe the procreating thing was meant as a joke because you were talking down again, saying it would be obliging the enemy who want depopulation.

 

Naturally my response was negative, since if the world wasn't largely looking bleak currently, I wouldn't have been expressing a reluctance to bring children into it - which is an opinion I'm as entitled to as you are to your ethereal codswallop.

 

From your reply its obvious you just want to have a go at me, so not much point in continuing this. The things you listed are only your perception based on your negative mindset and a desire to remain such, nothing to do with what I said.

Negativity is a downward spiral, and not one I choose to engage in for my own mental wellbeing. If you are stuck, its because you are comfortable being so.

Finally, I did stress that those were examples, not specific to you per se. 

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Yes perhaps

Jabotinsky's

 Revionist Zionism or Sabbatean Frankist ,etc 

and 2012 there was all strange chitty chitty bang bang stuff with Mary Poppins etc very sinister expensive ceremony 

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1 hour ago, RobinJ said:

 

From your reply its obvious you just want to have a go at me, so not much point in continuing this. The things you listed are only your perception based on your negative mindset and a desire to remain such, nothing to do with what I said.

Negativity is a downward spiral, and not one I choose to engage in for my own mental wellbeing. If you are stuck, its because you are comfortable being so.

Finally, I did stress that those were examples, not specific to you per se. 

 

I really don't just want to have a go at you but you ask for it a bit. I don't even know if you have children, yet I know I have and from that experience, my opinion on the world being an unfit place currently to bring kids into is as valid as any opinion of yours about how you can keep them safe with positive thoughts and living an adventure.  Best of luck though and no hard feelings.

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8 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

'm crippled with arthritis so not up for converting a home on wheels, but thanks for the nonsense answer. Not that there's any land here you could go & live peacefully on without being hounded out the same way gypsies are. It would be nice to live off fresh air though, just not practical.

 

Sombre if realistic view.

 

PTB likes to keep us fearful. They could easily help the homeless off the streets, but want them there to terrify the 'respectable' workers.

 

Keep that nose to the grindstone or else!!

 

Mention of arthritis reminds me of a funny true story from the weird world of quack quack waddle waddle.

 

Friend goes to the quack centre with a touch of arthritis. Quack asks: 'How many cigarettes do you smoke? Reply: 'Two when I was 16, I don't smoke.'

 

Tobacco companies mustn't pay very well - the quacks as are eager to blame everything on cigarettes as they are to blame vaccines for nothing.

 

Quack! Quack!

 

Roll up folks, roll up folks, roll your sleeves up for your Mon(k)eypox jibjab - which I guess is really left-over Conjob 19 vax going spare?

 

There's a new car and new golf clubs in it for me if I get enough Moneypox/Conjob vax in enough suckers' veins. Yeah!

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14 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

I'll be honest, your more spiritual than thou than, know it all attitude rubs me up the wrong way. 

 

I'm crippled with arthritis so not up for converting a home on wheels, but thanks for the nonsense answer. Not that there's any land here you could go & live peacefully on without being hounded out the same way gypsies are. It would be nice to live off fresh air though, just not practical.

 

And I don't believe the procreating thing was meant as a joke because you were talking down again, saying it would be obliging the enemy who want depopulation.

 

Naturally my response was negative, since if the world wasn't largely looking bleak currently, I wouldn't have been expressing a reluctance to bring children into it - which is an opinion I'm as entitled to as you are to your ethereal codswallop.

Re arthritis - quite a bit about it in this Delingpole interview with Clive De Carle....

https://www.bitchute.com/video/685e4kcz2BoR/

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13 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I really don't just want to have a go at you but you ask for it a bit. I don't even know if you have children, yet I know I have and from that experience, my opinion on the world being an unfit place currently to bring kids into is as valid as any opinion of yours about how you can keep them safe with positive thoughts and living an adventure.  Best of luck though and no hard feelings.

I don't wish to insult you and I have tremendous compassion for your condition.

 

I know what Robin said may sound like mumbo jumbo, but there is some truth to what he said from my experience. I will share very briefly here.

 

When I was 21 I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. It was in my elbow. The dr said that it could well spread. I was a very keen sportsman at the time. And the dr also told me to basically not use my right arm again, for pretty much anything If I wanted to preserve it. Now I was not spiritual at all at the time. But deep within me was a RESOUNDING NO to this diagnosis. There was no way in hell I was going to not do anything much again with my right arm. And I didn't do this consciously or from reading a book. It was just a complete refusal to believe this.

 

Now 20 years later. The arm it is not 100%, but I can do pretty much most things except play tennis or lift very heavy weights, I don't have issues elsewhere either.......

 

There are also reports of people with split personalities. Who when they change personalities and therefore their belief systems, change their physiology completely. There is a man who in one state is technically blind and then when he switches personality he is not technically blind...

 

Sounds crazy I know. I don't know if it happens through luck or we can think our way out of it......but I do know it is possible potentially to get out of these diseases in this type of manner.

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9 hours ago, sock muppet said:

Err, does anyone know this bloke because he seems to have blown a gasket, not sure about authenticity or the calibre of the comment he gives but he is not holding back.

 

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Russell Blaylock

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Russell L. Blaylock
Born November 15, 1945 (age 76)
Nationality American
Education Doctor of Medicine, fellowship in neurology
Alma mater LSU School of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
Occupation Neurosurgeon (retired), writer, lecturer

Russell L. Blaylock (born November 15, 1945) is an author and a retired U.S. neurosurgeon. 

Blaylock was a clinical assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and is currently a visiting professor in the biology department at Belhaven College.[1][dead link]

Blaylock has endorsed views inconsistent with the scientific consensus, including that food additives such

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35 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I don't wish to insult you and I have tremendous compassion for your condition.

 

I know what Robin said may sound like mumbo jumbo, but there is some truth to what he said from my experience. I will share very briefly here.

 

When I was 21 I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. It was in my elbow. The dr said that it could well spread. I was a very keen sportsman at the time. And the dr also told me to basically not use my right arm again, for pretty much anything If I wanted to preserve it. Now I was not spiritual at all at the time. But deep within me was a RESOUNDING NO to this diagnosis. There was no way in hell I was going to not do anything much again with my right arm. And I didn't do this consciously or from reading a book. It was just a complete refusal to believe this.

 

Now 20 years later. The arm it is not 100%, but I can do pretty much most things except play tennis or lift very heavy weights, I don't have issues elsewhere either.......

 

There are also reports of people with split personalities. Who when they change personalities and therefore their belief systems, change their physiology completely. There is a man who in one state is technically blind and then when he switches personality he is not technically blind...

 

Sounds crazy I know. I don't know if it happens through luck or we can think our way out of it......but I do know it is possible potentially to get out of these diseases in this type of manner.

My lady’s niece in Italy was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis pretty much from birth. I can remember her having to go miles for checks in Milano. I think it was her knees that were most affected.

20 years later she’s a regional free climbing champion snd runs mikes everyday. Just because she can.

I do get the whole arthritis thing though. I have it in elbows and knees. Plus severely screwed up spine in the neck area. Some days I can do loads others my left side is almost like having had a stroke. Left leg and arm pretty much useless.

In fairness to people suffering with anything nowadays in the U.K. the pain clinic and mindfulness are being used as a way to belittle the problems people have. Blame everything on anxiety etc. I’m sure @Tinfoil Hat and anyone else knows that with a family it doesn’t matter how shit you are on any given day. What needs to be done has to be done. Regardless of how crap you feel children still need parents.
 

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1 hour ago, Bombadil said:

Russell Blaylock

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Russell L. Blaylock
Born November 15, 1945 (age 76)
Nationality American
Education Doctor of Medicine, fellowship in neurology
Alma mater LSU School of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
Occupation Neurosurgeon (retired), writer, lecturer

Russell L. Blaylock (born November 15, 1945) is an author and a retired U.S. neurosurgeon. 

Blaylock was a clinical assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and is currently a visiting professor in the biology department at Belhaven College.[1][dead link]

Blaylock has endorsed views inconsistent with the scientific consensus, including that food additives such

 

I bought an excellent book on cancer treatment by Russell Blaylock a few years back ( and it wasn't recommending chemo that's for sure!) so I'm not surprised that he's speaking out strongly against the covid scam...

 

Be interesting to see if something "happens" to him in the coming weeks and months as so often does with dissenting voices...

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It's definitely worth reading lot of really good points in it especially now intensive propaganda has subsided and WHO,WEF not  yet achieved national /bodily sovereignty 

ambitions .

Germ / terrain ,real causes of disease,eg previous vaccines ,emf ,etc

lack of virus isolation and PCR inaccuracy aside.

 

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, webtrekker said:

In Plain Sight! ...

 

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DNA

 

 

Is this what the celebration was actually about? Modifying our DNA?

 

 

 

Some ceremonies do take a lot of deconstructing because there is so much going on (for instance the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony) and as such can lend themselves to all manner of interpretations, not becoming so clear until certain events have passed even a decade later.

 

THIS, however, is as blatant as it gets.

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3 hours ago, Bombadil said:

Russell Blaylock

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Russell L. Blaylock
Born November 15, 1945 (age 76)
Nationality American
Education Doctor of Medicine, fellowship in neurology
Alma mater LSU School of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
Occupation Neurosurgeon (retired), writer, lecturer

Russell L. Blaylock (born November 15, 1945) is an author and a retired U.S. neurosurgeon. 

Blaylock was a clinical assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and is currently a visiting professor in the biology department at Belhaven College.[1][dead link]

Blaylock has endorsed views inconsistent with the scientific consensus, including that food additives such

 

 

I have been following Dr Blaylock for like 15 years. 

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5 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

 

I have been following Dr Blaylock for like 15 years. 

 I won’t lie. I don’t remember hearing about him before. Though I read so much I probably forget half of it.

Lots of members including yourself rate him highly. That’s good enough for me to check him out more.

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18 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

I really don't just want to have a go at you but you ask for it a bit. I don't even know if you have children, yet I know I have and from that experience, my opinion on the world being an unfit place currently to bring kids into is as valid as any opinion of yours about how you can keep them safe with positive thoughts and living an adventure.  Best of luck though and no hard feelings.

 

When I was nineteen years old, in 1977, I thought I wouldn't want to bring children into this world, with it's neverending wars, deprivation and famine etc., now, forty-five years later, I have five adult offspring and four grandkids. I don't regret it, life must go on.....

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