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21 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Let's make society weak by creating a society of victimhood.

 

ah but the beauty of victimhood is that you never have to step into your power

 

by embracing the victim mentality you never have to make any effort to self-reflect on your own behaviours and mindsets and instead you can extend your hand out to a neo-marxist state for free handouts

 

The cost of victimhood is the breakdown of society, the breakdown of sanity, the loss of self-respect and ultimately a life of servitude

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22 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

ah but the beauty of victimhood is that you never have to step into your power

 

by embracing the victim mentality you never have to make any effort to self-reflect on your own behaviours and mindsets and instead you can extend your hand out to a neo-marxist state for free handouts

 

The cost of victimhood is the breakdown of society, the breakdown of sanity, the loss of self-respect and ultimately a life of servitude

 

It also offers the chance to deny any form of personal responsibility for just about anything

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So I am having a flat roof replaced and the roofer said he had two jabs and tells me about all his health issues since. Poor guy has rash/blood saws on his face and arms and neck and says he has issues with pain in stomach and gal stones and constipation, the guy doesn't even drink alcohol. Said his health has been down hill since the jabs and his friend is the same. 

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31 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

So I am having a flat roof replaced and the roofer said he had two jabs and tells me about all his health issues since. Poor guy has rash/blood saws on his face and arms and neck and says he has issues with pain in stomach and gal stones and constipation, the guy doesn't even drink alcohol. Said his health has been down hill since the jabs and his friend is the same. 

 

have you offered him some info about possible protocols to treat that?I know its difficult to broach those kind of subjects but if he brought it up himself....

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

 

ah but the beauty of victimhood is that you never have to step into your power

 

by embracing the victim mentality you never have to make any effort to self-reflect on your own behaviours and mindsets and instead you can extend your hand out to a neo-marxist state for free handouts

 

The cost of victimhood is the breakdown of society, the breakdown of sanity, the loss of self-respect and ultimately a life of servitude

This is completely spot on from my experience, couldn't have said it any better And it's a horrible existence.

 

I now embrace radical responsibility, whether it's real or not, every thing that happens to me, is now down to me 100%. Scary at first when you first try it, but once you get used to it, it's great in my experience.

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

 

ah but the beauty of victimhood is that you never have to step into your power

 

by embracing the victim mentality you never have to make any effort to self-reflect on your own behaviours and mindsets and instead you can extend your hand out to a neo-marxist state for free handouts

 

The cost of victimhood is the breakdown of society, the breakdown of sanity, the loss of self-respect and ultimately a life of servitude

 

1 hour ago, Nip said:

 

It also offers the chance to deny any form of personal responsibility for just about anything

 

6 minutes ago, Mr H said:

This is completely spot on from my experience, couldn't have said it any better And it's a horrible existence.

 

I now embrace radical responsibility, whether it's real or not, every thing that happens to me, is now down to me 100%. Scary at first when you first try it, but once you get used to it, it's great in my experience.

Nowadays the generation z ers can’t even argue effectively or put up any resistance, it’s just -‘you’re hurting my mental health, I need to speak to a councillor.’ 
 

Extreme personal responsibility as Mr.H puts it is the antidote to all the mind magic cast on everyone, it’s the only thing that unravels their spell 

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38 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

 

 

Nowadays the generation z ers can’t even argue effectively or put up any resistance, it’s just -‘you’re hurting my mental health, I need to speak to a councillor.’ 
 

Extreme personal responsibility as Mr.H puts it is the antidote to all the mind magic cast on everyone, it’s the only thing that unravels their spell 

Yip. And a lot of these folks especially males , myself Included, had no masculine role model growing up, which I don't think helps matters. Good masculine archetype will teach discipline and responsibility. So something a lot of us have only discovered in adulthood 

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2 hours ago, Mr H said:

Yip. And a lot of these folks especially males , myself Included, had no masculine role model growing up, which I don't think helps matters. Good masculine archetype will teach discipline and responsibility. So something a lot of us have only discovered in adulthood 

Same here, gotta be you’re own hero

 

2 hours ago, Nip said:

 

or ... "Where's the nearest safe space ?"

Yep! They’ll be building woke panic rooms soon, one in every supermarket, doctors surgery, school.


The walls will be a mixture of rainbow colours and textured furry wallpaper, and a pre op tranny will hand you a diazepam on entry

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4 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

yea I am going to send him a list of supplements 

 

Please include in that list

Nicotine patches, to stop the nervous system from being attacked, nicotine itself is not addictive

 

Antihistamine, Promethazine is a good choice to calm the immune system from attacking the body

 

Extra virgin coconut oil cold pressed unrefined, very good for skin conditions and can be eaten raw that will help with brain functions, start with one teaspoon in the morning, can also be used as a mouth rinse by swishing in mouth for three to five minutes which draws out infections from the tongue and mouth, but don't swallow, just spit it out

 

Indian tonic water, comes with Quinine which is the active ingredient in Hydroxychloroquine

 

Ivermectin 1.87% 18mg/g horse paste, still available from amazon and other places, one pea sized amount per day, gauge with symptom level, stop immediately if it makes him feel worse

 

Chlorine dioxide, Dr Stefan Lanka, https://theuniversalantidote.com

 

Humour, cures everything, don't be a lab rat, be a stallion

 

Last but not least, the truth, get informed, DYOR and RTFM, 👍

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17 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Noticing a lot more ads about Mental Health and the crisis of kids not coping. Wonder why?

 

10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

There are also a lot of woke women out there now and there is nothing that will destroy a childs mental health faster than having a woke mother

 

The PTB want to get more of their psycho footsoldiers in to paid positions within schools, under the guise of mental health advocates. There may be a few good eggs who get in, but most of them will just be blindly reading from the PTB manuals. No wrongthink allowed. The PTB also want to get more parents involved within schools. I am not sure how they are planning to do this exactly, but I have seen calls being made for it to happen, on some of the stupid talk shows of late. One can just imagine the types that will somehow make it past the school gates. Maybe I can go undercover as a Drag Queen dad.      

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What's with this new 'rapid spike' terminology? No more 'surging cases!'? 

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-66936189

 

'Covid: 'Rapid spike' forces partial closure of Rutland college.'

 

'A number of year groups at Uppingham Community College, in Rutland, have been sent home this week after 17 teachers tested positive for the virus, its principal Ben Solly said.'

 

'Mr Solly told the BBC two teaching staff members returned to work, with 15 still absent.' 😀

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25 minutes ago, numnuts said:

 

 

The PTB want to get more of their psycho footsoldiers in to paid positions within schools, under the guise of mental health advocates. There may be a few good eggs who get in, but most of them will just be blindly reading from the PTB manuals. No wrongthink allowed. The PTB also want to get more parents involved within schools. I am not sure how they are planning to do this exactly, but I have seen calls being made for it to happen, on some of the stupid talk shows of late. One can just imagine the types that will somehow make it past the school gates. Maybe I can go undercover as a Drag Queen dad.      

"Undercover: Drag Queen Dads" sounds like a ready-made C4 series...

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3 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

Please include in that list

Nicotine patches, to stop the nervous system from being attacked, nicotine itself is not addictive

 

Antihistamine, Promethazine is a good choice to calm the immune system from attacking the body

 

Extra virgin coconut oil cold pressed unrefined, very good for skin conditions and can be eaten raw that will help with brain functions, start with one teaspoon in the morning, can also be used as a mouth rinse by swishing in mouth for three to five minutes which draws out infections from the tongue and mouth, but don't swallow, just spit it out

 

Indian tonic water, comes with Quinine which is the active ingredient in Hydroxychloroquine

 

Ivermectin 1.87% 18mg/g horse paste, still available from amazon and other places, one pea sized amount per day, gauge with symptom level, stop immediately if it makes him feel worse

 

Chlorine dioxide, Dr Stefan Lanka, https://theuniversalantidote.com

 

Humour, cures everything, don't be a lab rat, be a stallion

 

Last but not least, the truth, get informed, DYOR and RTFM, 👍

 

I don't think the guy had any hope left. Probably thought suggestion of supplements was dumb. When I talked about blood coagulation and rotting from within he agreed completely, brought up depopulation on his own. I agreed of course. I told him about the side effects list and my own family members memory issues and side effects and he agreed. 

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20 minutes ago, numnuts said:

What's with this new 'rapid spike' terminology? No more 'surging cases!'? 

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-66936189

 

'Covid: 'Rapid spike' forces partial closure of Rutland college.'

 

'A number of year groups at Uppingham Community College, in Rutland, have been sent home this week after 17 teachers tested positive for the virus, its principal Ben Solly said.'

 

'Mr Solly told the BBC two teaching staff members returned to work, with 15 still absent.' 😀

 

Couldn't they just join up classes ?

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2 hours ago, numnuts said:

What's with this new 'rapid spike' terminology? No more 'surging cases!'? 

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-66936189

 

'Covid: 'Rapid spike' forces partial closure of Rutland college.'

 

'A number of year groups at Uppingham Community College, in Rutland, have been sent home this week after 17 teachers tested positive for the virus, its principal Ben Solly said.'

 

'Mr Solly told the BBC two teaching staff members returned to work, with 15 still absent.' 😀

Oh fuck here we go again. 
 

No cruise ships and cryptic headlines this time, just a bunch of schools and hungry pharmaceutical companies 

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On 9/28/2023 at 8:29 AM, jack121 said:

 

Thanks! Have you tried this, any feedback

It was a little joke... But yes - I used it and have mixed feelings. It doesn't get rid of much fluoride... And when you open it smells mould... It's not single time. It always stinks to me... I suppose germs and fungus thrive on wet granules. So you maybe get rid of some chemicals but will get some new germs... Or maybe they stay in the filter and that's why it stinks? I have no idea... In survival situations I would use it for river water but would boil it anyway...

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12 hours ago, numnuts said:

What's with this new 'rapid spike' terminology? No more 'surging cases!'? 

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-66936189

 

'Covid: 'Rapid spike' forces partial closure of Rutland college.'

 

'A number of year groups at Uppingham Community College, in Rutland, have been sent home this week after 17 teachers tested positive for the virus, its principal Ben Solly said.'

 

'Mr Solly told the BBC two teaching staff members returned to work, with 15 still absent.' 😀

Lazy bastards... 🙄

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13 hours ago, numnuts said:

The PTB also want to get more parents involved within schools. I am not sure how they are planning to do this exactly, but I have seen calls being made for it to happen, on some of the stupid talk shows of late.

 

why do they want that? are they trying to indoctrinate the parents too now?

 

all of these people working within the system follow 'guidance'. None of them are acting with autonomy. They are just following their training which is of course given to them by the collectivist state. So perhaps by getting parents into meetings they can share the 'guidance' with them too: ''this is how you are SUPPOSED to think about this''

 

''And now parents we'd like you to join us and your children for drag queen story hour and if you don't then clearly you are a bigot....''

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Horror moment Grammy Award-winning guitarist Al Di Meola, 69, clasps his chest as he suffers a heart attack while performing in Romania

  • Guitarist Al Di Meola has cancelled his remaining tour dates for this year after suffering a heart attack on stage  
  • The 69-year-old had been playing in Bucharest, Romania, on Wednesday when he was pictured clutching his chest before struggling to walk off the stage 
  • The other two members of Di Meola's trio continued to play for several minutes following his departure, until they announced the show had to be cut short 

By Joe Hutchison For Dailymail.Com

Published: 19:47 EDT, 28 September 2023 | Updated: 19:47 EDT, 28 September 2023

Pictures have captured the horrific moment Grammy Award-winning guitarist Al Di Meola clasps his chest as he suffers a heart attack onstage. 

Di Meola, 69, had been playing a concert at Arenele Romane venue in Bucharest, Romania, on Wednesday night when he had a heart attack. 

Images captured at the concert show Di Meola clasping his chest during the performance, and is said to have struggled to walk off stage. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12573249/Grammy-Award-winning-guitarist-Al-Di-Meola-suffers-heart-attack.html

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7 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

Horror moment Grammy Award-winning guitarist Al Di Meola, 69, clasps his chest as he suffers a heart attack while performing in Romania

  • Guitarist Al Di Meola has cancelled his remaining tour dates for this year after suffering a heart attack on stage  
  • The 69-year-old had been playing in Bucharest, Romania, on Wednesday when he was pictured clutching his chest before struggling to walk off the stage 
  • The other two members of Di Meola's trio continued to play for several minutes following his departure, until they announced the show had to be cut short 

By Joe Hutchison For Dailymail.Com

Published: 19:47 EDT, 28 September 2023 | Updated: 19:47 EDT, 28 September 2023

Pictures have captured the horrific moment Grammy Award-winning guitarist Al Di Meola clasps his chest as he suffers a heart attack onstage. 

Di Meola, 69, had been playing a concert at Arenele Romane venue in Bucharest, Romania, on Wednesday night when he had a heart attack. 

Images captured at the concert show Di Meola clasping his chest during the performance, and is said to have struggled to walk off stage. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12573249/Grammy-Award-winning-guitarist-Al-Di-Meola-suffers-heart-attack.html

 

And ..... , why are we not surprised ??

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