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    Re: The Anglo-Saxon Mission

    Take it easy. These things were also described as being extremely time-sensitive, and due to take place in 2012. Eight years sounds quite a lot to me. If you had a cake in the oven to be taken out at...
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    OK, thanks, my mistake: in the brushless desert right at the centre of a ring of fire. Another mistake: I meant 1974-5, when the damage was 6 times worse. In those days, the talk was all...
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    The Third World War has been planned at least since 1944, if not… 1922. The closest we came was in 1962, when Kennedy and Khrushchev together stepped back from nuclear war. The good news is that...
  4. Re: 'Humanity's Phase Shift', Daniel Schmachtenberger

    Thank you Ernie. Maybe you missed this:
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?91509-The-UK-Brexit-vote-to-leave-the-EU&p=1321043&viewfull=1#post1321043
  5. Re: 'Humanity's Phase Shift', Daniel Schmachtenberger

    Daniel Schmachtenberger and his friends are indeed a very refreshing experience - nearly all message (signal) and very little messenger (noise). But they are re-freshing as opposed to brand new,...
  6. Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    I want to come back to my suggestion that the election was stolen on a massive scale by conducting exit polls using ballot papers. Given that for four years the tories have not missed a single dirty...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    A thought from last summer: Dominic Cummings, from a mining family of Durham, famous for explaining how the Tories couldn’t give a toss for people like himself, is clearly a traitor to his own and...
  8. Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    Here is something I wrote back in July:
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    This may be my last word on this matter, posted on the other thread:
  10. Re: UK Election... 12 Dec 2019: Corbyn, Boris, or Libs

    The latest polls predicted a possible hung parliament with highly organized tactical voting expected to be hugely effective.
    How to turn this into a Tory landslide ? Easy peasy.

    You conduct exit...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    No misunderstanding : I am speaking to a wider audience. I have no vote on this beyond the odd post on this forum, where it is often said that this is a planet of choice. A metaphysical statement...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    I have to say I warmed to Corbyn --he is for the vunerable--genuinely cares I would say.
    Better PM material than Boris I would say--but can we afford either of them?
    Chris[/QUOTE]

    For me he...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    It is good to see Longjohn and ICHingUChing expanding on points I made earlier in the thread.
    But mention of Facebook gives me a segue to a real eye-opener seen only yesterday, and which goes a long...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    I don’t have a personal interest in UK politics, but in more general terms, I do want to take a little further the idea of how making choices can refine our instincts, working from a real-life...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    The other idea is based on the ‘many worlds’ theory of an infinity of parallel universes being created every time we make a choice: the choice we don’t make here is taken and explored in this...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    This excellent interview comes as a necessary response to my last post, thank you Bill. Man is facing extinction, yes, but while there’s life there’s hope.

    My problem lies with the analogies used....
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    I have to confess that my natural optimism may have been getting in the way of what I am trying to say about Brexit. At the end of his life (he died in 1961), CG Jung was extremely pessimistic and...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    As I said earlier, this is not about you and me: neither is it about Macron or other such individuals. Macron wants no more extensions: he is going to be overruled. If you are going to talk about the...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    The notion of the EU as lobster-pot is a massive oversimplification and too Manichean to bear serious scrutiny. If you insist on using Icke’s formula, it works both ways, and in more ways than one: ...
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    Re: The UK Brexit vote to leave the EU

    Scanner, I was working on the basis of your good faith until you posted a discrepancy that the non-member majority of readers could easily pick up. Any doubt comes from your own words. But you...
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