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Just been watching a documentary on the fall of the Roman Empire. Much of it was put down to society division. Interesting too that in the later Roman world the gap between rich and poor was huge. People turned to cults and life expectancy was low. For ages, I couldn't help but notice how life in Britain has deteriorated. O.K I accept a lot of bad things happened from the 1960s to 1980s but, all in all, the working classes had free higher education and welfare protection. I think too the idea of preventing protests was taboo. Today I feel sorry for younger people. Jobs are scarce. Many jobs are wage slave set-ups. No labour rights. Work is idealised over all else and money the main virtue. I actually moved towards being a dissident 10 years ago. What swayed me was the sudden acceptance by society we can be ordered to take "any" job. I was stunned by that. I mean, your job is about choice and not to be "allocated" by some bureacrat. There was more though. Lies and propaganda over Iraq for example. By the time the Covid agenda came, my respect for the social status quo was already near zero. And now it's well below minus. Also to add I guess my respect for Europe has evaporated. I suppose I was taken in by their rosy aspirations of a constitution and social charter. You know, supposedly defending social values and freedom. And yet there are sporadic riots in Prague, Germany and Madrid. Dissidency, by the way, took off during the Brezhnev era in the USSR. The dissident is someone who rejects repressive societies and promotes liberty. They are feared and scorned by the State but tend to be from the intelligentsia. Scientists, artists and writers.

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9 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Just been watching a documentary on the fall of the Roman Empire. Much of it was put down to society division. Interesting too that in the later Roman world the gap between rich and poor was huge. People turned to cults and life expectancy was low. For ages, I couldn't help but notice how life in Britain has deteriorated. O.K I accept a lot of bad things happened from the 1960s to 1980s but, all in all, the working classes had free higher education and welfare protection. I think too the idea of preventing protests was taboo. Today I feel sorry for younger people. Jobs are scarce. Many jobs are wage slave set-ups. No labour rights. Work is idealised over all else and money the main virtue. I actually moved towards being a dissident 10 years ago. What swayed me was the sudden acceptance by society we can be ordered to take "any" job. I was stunned by that. I mean, your job is about choice and not to be "allocated" by some bureacrat. There was more though. Lies and propaganda over Iraq for example. By the time the Covid agenda came, my respect for the social status quo was already near zero. And now it's well below minus. Also to add I guess my respect for Europe has evaporated. I suppose I was taken in by their rosy aspirations of a constitution and social charter. You know, supposedly defending social values and freedom. And yet there are sporadic riots in Prague, Germany and Madrid. Dissidency, by the way, took off during the Brezhnev era in the USSR. The dissident is someone who rejects repressive societies and promotes liberty. They are feared and scorned by the State but tend to be from the intelligentsia. Scientists, artists and writers.

 

Vitor Jarra was shot dead in the middle of Santiago Stadium in one of Pinochet's biggest statements on what would happen to any dissidents brave enough to defy him. A similar story in Pol Pot's killing fields, but on a wider and more industrial scale.

 

I'm a writer and musician, always been for fun/self-development and never released anything but I think that might have to change. We need critical artistic and scientific voices now more than ever. It may be a short window before it's made illegal.

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12 minutes ago, Illmatic said:

I'm a writer and musician, always been for fun/self-development and never released anything but I think that might have to change. We need critical artistic and scientific voices now more than ever. It may be a short window before it's made illegal.

 

I say go for it. I used to spit bars myself too before I got into mixtape art. I still regret being lazy and not going to the studio to get something recorded professionally. In times like this a studio isn't even needed as it's the message that matters the most right now. A rough freestyle will do.


“At the intersection where your gifts, talents, and abilities meet a human need; therein you will discover your purpose.”
— Aristotle

 

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32 minutes ago, Shining-one said:

Just been watching a documentary on the fall of the Roman Empire. Much of it was put down to society division. Interesting too that in the later Roman world the gap between rich and poor was huge. People turned to cults and life expectancy was low. For ages, I couldn't help but notice how life in Britain has deteriorated. O.K I accept a lot of bad things happened from the 1960s to 1980s but, all in all, the working classes had free higher education and welfare protection. I think too the idea of preventing protests was taboo. Today I feel sorry for younger people. Jobs are scarce. Many jobs are wage slave set-ups. No labour rights. Work is idealised over all else and money the main virtue. I actually moved towards being a dissident 10 years ago. What swayed me was the sudden acceptance by society we can be ordered to take "any" job. I was stunned by that. I mean, your job is about choice and not to be "allocated" by some bureacrat. There was more though. Lies and propaganda over Iraq for example. By the time the Covid agenda came, my respect for the social status quo was already near zero. And now it's well below minus. Also to add I guess my respect for Europe has evaporated. I suppose I was taken in by their rosy aspirations of a constitution and social charter. You know, supposedly defending social values and freedom. And yet there are sporadic riots in Prague, Germany and Madrid. Dissidency, by the way, took off during the Brezhnev era in the USSR. The dissident is someone who rejects repressive societies and promotes liberty. They are feared and scorned by the State but tend to be from the intelligentsia. Scientists, artists and writers.

 

 

this is fascinating.

what would the equivalent be in the internet age of the intelligentsia

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With all the talk of the new, more infectious variant of C19 (VUI2020-12/01), I am starting to wonder if this has been an “unintended consequence” (or intended consequence)  of lockdown.

 

Natural  Selection dictates that to survive lockdowns, a virus would have to become more infectious and guess what has happened!
 

Similarly other variants will be developing affinities to masks and supermarkets.

 

So clearly the only way to stop the mild virus is either a total 100% lockdown for a longtime, not even allowing people get food (they might go for that), or we just open up completely, end lockdown  and let an even more mild strain evolve.

 

The big concern with lockdowns is if it led the virus to develop capabilities like the ant fungus called Ophiocordyceps https://canoe.com/news/weird/researchers-discover-fungus-causes-zombie-ants-that-explode

.....basically turns the victim into a zombie, that then climbs to high point, where it head then explodes releasing infectious spores over a wide area. Now that would be infectious!

 

 

 

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56 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

.....basically turns the victim into a zombie, that then climbs to high point, where it head then explodes releasing infectious spores over a wide area. Now that would be infectious!

 

King James Bible Revelation 16:2
And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and there fell a noisome and grievous sore upon the men which had the mark of the beast, and upon them which worshiped his image.

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4 hours ago, Illmatic said:

 

 

I'm a writer and musician, always been for fun/self-development and never released anything but I think that might have to change. We need critical artistic and scientific voices now more than ever. It may be a short window before it's made illegal.

 

time is illmatic keep static like wolf fabric...

 

when art dies all the way - humanity will no longer be human - they/we will have become something else.

 

music seems to have taken the role of "entertainment" these days - i feel it is more about a communion with the divine. as lofty as that may sound - & thats coming from a man who grew up on hiphop.

 

anyway, i couldve wrote those exacts words from you that i quoted. so i'll just tell you what i should tell myself also - do what you love & put that shit into the atmosphere my G.

 

4 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I say go for it. I used to spit bars myself too before I got into mixtape art.

 

 

You rap?

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Britain could be free of Covid restrictions by February after ministers pinpointed the 15million people to vaccinate to end the cycle of lockdowns, with Oxford's jab due to be approved Monday and rolled out within a week

The 'game changing' Oxford jab is expected to be rolled out within days in UK 

Enough doses will soon be available to inoculate the most vulnerable in society 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9089575/Britain-free-lockdowns-February-Oxfords-Covid-vaccine.html

 

I thought the vaccine had been approved.

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10 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

 

Looking at the London & UK Crime Twitter page, which you highlighted with the railway bridge tweet, Oxford Circus station on the London Underground has been hit with a lot of spray paint graffiti.  In the video at 1 min 12 secs, 1. 26, 1. 32, 1.34 you can see COVID LIES is sprayed on the platforms.

 

 

 

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I was listening to David’s interviews with Jimmy Church and Brian Rose recorded in the end of march and beginning of may. And in those interviews David claims that virus exists with ‘different strain’ responsible for exponential increase of deaths in Iran, If im not mistaken. So I was wondering how later reasoning of there not being a virus, explains rapid increase in deaths in couple areas. Thank you 

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18 minutes ago, GreatlyMcGreat said:

I was listening to David’s interviews with Jimmy Church and Brian Rose recorded in the end of march and beginning of may. And in those interviews David claims that virus exists with ‘different strain’ responsible for exponential increase of deaths in Iran, If im not mistaken. So I was wondering how later reasoning of there not being a virus, explains rapid increase in deaths in couple areas. Thank you 

 

The figures are a total fabrication. If a real deadly virus was released on a populous it wouldn't be something they could control and manipulate to suit their timing. They never needed a real virus to do this, it's all a psy-op attacking people with false information and indoctrinating them into cult programming. NOTHING is real. 

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51 minutes ago, GreatlyMcGreat said:

I was listening to David’s interviews with Jimmy Church and Brian Rose recorded in the end of march and beginning of may. And in those interviews David claims that virus exists with ‘different strain’ responsible for exponential increase of deaths in Iran, If im not mistaken. So I was wondering how later reasoning of there not being a virus, explains rapid increase in deaths in couple areas. Thank you 

Rapid increase in deaths is due to lack of care of those vulnerable people but no one will admit it. In the beginning we had DNRs being placed against everyone. Nursing staff told to intervene if someone attempted resuscitation without full PPE and made to feel guilty if they did they were endangering their colleagues lives. Instructions to spend minimal time with the sick when normal care would be constant. Nursing homes isolating people in their rooms. Isolation has been proven to cause cardiovascular problems. There was a nursing home in Spain where they found every resident dead and the staff abandoned it and them for the level of fear mongering. We were told it would turn our lungs to glass, everyone would lose someone they love to it. Many thought it was a biological weapon released from a lab. Then time went on and it was nothing like they said. 

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7 hours ago, 78ast78dgyad said:

 

 

this is fascinating.

what would the equivalent be in the internet age of the intelligentsia

The police are very qualified in looking out for signs of abuse and methods that extremists and abusers use to entrap their followers but they go along with all those measures if the government told them to do so. It’s mind boggling. They of all people should be able to see this as we do. It seems intelligence and training has no bearing on it. But will full ignorance does. 

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3 hours ago, alexa said:

Britain could be free of Covid restrictions by February after ministers pinpointed the 15million people to vaccinate to end the cycle of lockdowns, with Oxford's jab due to be approved Monday and rolled out within a week

The 'game changing' Oxford jab is expected to be rolled out within days in UK 

Enough doses will soon be available to inoculate the most vulnerable in society 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9089575/Britain-free-lockdowns-February-Oxfords-Covid-vaccine.html

 

I thought the vaccine had been approved.

The Pfizer one was approved, which was mostly developed in Germany.  The Oxford one was sponsored by a different company, AstraZenaca.  I think their one didn't need to be kept at -70 degrees.  I guess they're running into storage problems with the Pfizer one, so you can now pick your poison.  Fucking ridiculous.  Russian Roulette.

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