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    Re: The Qanon posts, and associated US political analysis

    I am totally with you Satori my friend, but at the same time this idea of two Bibles in itself strikes me as highly problematic. See this post on the issue of doubles.
    If you apply this to the...
  2. Re: QAnon - An Opposing Viewpoint - LARP, Psyop, Cult or Something Even More Sinister?

    Anyone wishing to follow this line of thought would do well to get to know this Anatoliy Golitsyn a bit better. I suggest an old thread of mine, starting here.
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    Re: The Qanon posts, and associated US political analysis

    I am totally with you Satori my friend, but at the same time this idea of two Bibles in itself strikes me as highly problematic. See this post on the issue of doubles.
    If you apply this to the...
  4. Thread: A recap.

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    Re: A recap.

    This is an interesting comment that can be taken in either of two ways. Many people here would say that if you were just waiting for something like you would wait for a bus, then that is a very good...
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    It would seem that the recent events in Washington DC are being examined from an overly 20th century nuts-and-bolts perspective. I think this is why there is so much polarization and negative...
  6. Re: MASSIVE FRAUD: Major Lawsuits (update: all foiled so far)

    Oh sure, a CIA-picked president is going to ditch the CIA![COLOR="red"]
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    That's not what I wrote is it? Over and out.
  7. Re: MASSIVE FRAUD: Major Lawsuits (update: all foiled so far)

    Good but obsolete line of thinking. There will never again be a president the CIA disapproves of. They control the machines.[/QUOTE]
    Sure, you set out the battle lines, but you prejudge the outcome...
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    Yes; but just look at today; it is worse than history repeating itself: the Nazis are ‘family’. The CIA brought them over after the war (Project Paperclip). Going from fiasco to fiasco, the CIA was...
  9. Re: MASSIVE FRAUD: Major Lawsuits (update: all foiled so far)

    Being a man of the left, I have no particular preference for Donald Trump, but I will say this: if, as the saying goes, you get the leaders you deserve or expect, then for too long expectations have...
  10. Re: MASSIVE FRAUD: Major Lawsuits (update: all foiled so far)

    America is a great country, but one area that could be improved is its excessive Manicheanism in the dictionary sense: the doctrine of the separate existence of good and evil. Excessive because it...
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    Just a thought. In 1944 the man who compiled the Daily Telegraph crossword puzzles was investigated because in the week before the Normandy D-Day landings there were a string of top secret codenames...
  12. Re: Shakespeare did NOT write Shakespeare. (Mark Twain: "Is Shakespeare Dead?")

    (4) USA today. By way of preamble, let me state that in the case of Donald Trump, grey is a pretty extreme version of black on the mainstream outside and white on the alternative inside. This would...
  13. Re: Shakespeare did NOT write Shakespeare. (Mark Twain: "Is Shakespeare Dead?")

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    (3) Britain today. As I suggested above, the timeless quality of Shakespeare’s approach to human endeavours makes earlier history prophetic of his own age, but also by extension of any other,...
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    Re: Why is Bill Gates buying so much farmland?

    In the CIA jargon of Robert T. Crowley (see Gregory Douglas, Conversations with the Crow), this would translate as 'they bought the farm'.
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    Impeachment? Followed by destitution. Trump reinstated/new elections.

    Or not. The new majority prevails with or without impeachment. Foreign governments break off ties with the US. Political...
  16. Re: Shakespeare did NOT write Shakespeare. (Mark Twain: "Is Shakespeare Dead?")

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    (2.e.) Shakespeare’s response to this barbaric killing spree is truly revolutionary because it prones peaceful revolution instead of opposing violence with more violence. War in France brings...
  17. Re: Shakespeare did NOT write Shakespeare. (Mark Twain: "Is Shakespeare Dead?")

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    (2.b.) Although we are looking chiefly at the history plays here, we see a full spectrum of responses to the divine feminine, which serve as a kind of thermometer for everything else that is...
  18. Re: Shakespeare did NOT write Shakespeare. (Mark Twain: "Is Shakespeare Dead?")

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    (2) What came next for the Plantagenets was unfortunate. Henry V, who as the son of the last king (and an early Prince of Wales) was beginning a period of dynastic stability, died young, leaving...
  19. Re: Shakespeare did NOT write Shakespeare. (Mark Twain: "Is Shakespeare Dead?")

    Writing/playwrighting as a subversive activity. This BBC programme, which makes a decent case for Shakespeare being exactly as described on the tin, does what Shakespeare did with his history plays...
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    The boot is very much on the other foot. This is what the CIA were doing in the sixties notably in France, and also in the USA. Let’s hope the US government is not just crying foul because this time...
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