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On 7/9/2020 at 8:22 AM, Sentient Being said:

 

Ignorance is bliss.

 

I try to tell him about some of the nonsense but he just doesn't get it as he has little idea of what the internet is lol. My 77 year old mother has the internet and has for some years but even she isn't that familiar with the twitter nutters and what they are up to. 

 

The pair of them take no nonsense which many people of their generation don't. 

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On 7/29/2020 at 10:31 AM, Firebird said:

Well LOL. Quaker Oats was made by a 7th Day Adventist

 

according to dean henderson its controlled by the rockefellers:

 

''Companies under Rockefeller control include Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco, BP Amoco, Marathon Oil, Freeport McMoran, Quaker Oats, ASARCO, United, Delta, Northwest, ITT, International Harvester, Xerox, Boeing,Westinghouse, Hewlett-Packard, Honeywell, International Paper, Pfizer, Motorola, Monsanto, Union Carbide and General Foods''

-Big Oil and their bankers in the persian gulf

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On 7/8/2020 at 2:19 PM, Jack said:

fully understand that, but the impact social media is having on real lives is nothing that you can ignore.

 

Policies are social media-driven, social engineering is social media driven. The news is social media driven

Spot on. I just deleted my facebook account because of this.

 

I never signed up to some random guy in college to start to try and manipulate me with dis-information and propaganda on the internet. It was a great place when it was about sharing a couple of photos with your mates - but it's become a poison - and rather be part of the problem I'd rather be part of the solution and not be part of any kind of social/political engineering, from anyone, but especially by some random guy who set up essentially a photo sharing app in college. How we give people like him so much power is unbelievable.

 

Guess I'm one of those cancel folks that gets mentioned - don't care, just sick of being treated like a puppet that can be manipulated by the bottom of the sewer and braindead folks.

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The entire culture is a lie.   It begins with saying man is not man and woman is not woman.

It begins with saying that a white country should not be white and that it is illegal to love your kin your people your nation your history.

The lies get thicker and thicker ... anything natural and sane and reasonable must be destroyed because it shines a mirror on the total lies people discuss and have been taught.

The result is destruction and lying lives lived in lies.

Dare you even tell the truth to yourself or its too dangerous.

Eventually every single thing in the world is pulled into the weight, the black hole, of lies ... everything good must be killed because it reminds us that with every breath we lie.

Every smile, every thought, every feeling ... turned away from what is normal natural simple honest.

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On 11/14/2020 at 11:22 AM, Mr H said:

I never signed up to some random guy in college to start to try and manipulate me with dis-information and propaganda on the internet. It was a great place when it was about sharing a couple of photos with your mates - but it's become a poison - and rather be part of the problem I'd rather be part of the solution and not be part of any kind of social/political engineering, from anyone, but especially by some random guy who set up essentially a photo sharing app in college. How we give people like him so much power is unbelievable.

 

I don't believe Mark Zuckerberg has ever really been in control of Facebook, he is just the 'frontman'. Same with Jack Dorsey of Twitter.

 

Facebook was always intended to become what it is now, a massive behemoth of data harvesting and intelligence gathering. But if it had started out from 'day one' as it is now, people wouldn't have rushed to join up. It had to start out as a 'simple' concept, a basic social network for people to connect and engage with others, and it had to be seen as 'fun'. I remember the days of 'MySpace', where you could become friends with and chat with complete strangers all across the world. Facebook was like that for a while, but then it started insisting on people using their 'real name', and warning people to only accept friend requests from other people they knew.

 

It is definitely poison now, I still use Facebook myself occasionally, but I find myself being very careful in what I do, knowing what I know now. You can definitely see how people are being psychologically manipulated, you can see where the 'behavioural change' messages are being spread.

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Some new neighbours are millennial, young English man and woman.   They are mindless thugs, all they do is chop everything down and concrete over it whilst racing around with a grin.   I call them the white desert, because they aren't happy until everything living is dead and sterilised.

They had a child last year, the only thing that child does is cry and scream, they have beaten it into submission now it is dead silent.

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On 11/19/2020 at 6:35 PM, rideforever said:

They are mindless thugs, all they do is chop everything down and concrete over it whilst racing around with a grin.

 

It's the 'trend' now, what they call 'maintenance free gardens'. Get the lawns and flowerbeds dug up, and either pave it all over, or 'decking'. Or worse, 'artificial grass' 🙄

 

Because people 'haven't got time' to care for gardens, doing jobs like cutting grass, and pulling up weeds, "oh its all so inconvenient".

 

Pave it all over, maybe add one or two planters, then buy a load of that hideous rattan furniture.

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33 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

It's the 'trend' now, what they call 'maintenance free gardens'. Get the lawns and flowerbeds dug up, and either pave it all over, or 'decking'. Or worse, 'artificial grass' 🙄

 

Because people 'haven't got time' to care for gardens, doing jobs like cutting grass, and pulling up weeds, "oh its all so inconvenient".

 

Pave it all over, maybe add one or two planters, then buy a load of that hideous rattan furniture.

It makes me feel sick to see people do this. 

So terrible for the habitats of the local wildlife, they have a hard enough life as it is without these morons destroying anything natural and beautiful to be replaced with plastic and concrete :classic_sad:

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2 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Pave it all over, maybe add one or two planters, then buy a load of that hideous rattan furniture.

Fuck yes, it's mindless.

I call it the white desert, so it looks like a hospital ... very clean, very dead.

That's the only thing that pleases these people, clinical death.

Meanwhile over here we are flowering everywhere.

Even got a bottle of 55% Green Chartreuse and have made a sort of Friday ceremony out of having a slug.

Anyway, you know what ... whenever I hear the child screaming or crying, I decided to say a Hail Mary for her.  Nothing else I can do.

Sometimes I get so disturbed by the insanity these days ... I do say a prayer for people, and also have learnt to surrender to it.

There is something very wrong about it all.

I was in the fruit and veg shop today and I swear this woman suddenly jumped a metre away from me because she thought I was too close and gonna give her the plague !!

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