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    Re: Qanon and the mechanism of addiction

    I respect you taking ownership of your mischaracterisations Aragorn!

    Another book summary from Robert Steeles bibliography in ĎOn Intelligenceí:




    Kuhn, Thomas S., The Structure of...
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    There was a person on twitter yesterday who was complaining that their 6 year relationship had just broken down because the girls boyfriend couldnít understand her commitment to her Orthodox...
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    You do realise there are other forums online where they have threads calling Bill a cult leader and that us Avalon denizens are Billís group think chattel? I know thatís not true. Why should we...
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    What kind of compromise would you like to see happen? Personally I feel keeping the Q thread in the members only is fine. Let the Q researchers do their thing without Q critics casting aspersions. ...
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    If everyone aligned with Bills perception the forum would become an echo chamber of Billís thoughts. Bill is free to think and perceive however he wishes, just as we have the sovereignty to do the...
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    If Q researchers drank cool aid, the Q threads on Avalon would be as lifeless as ĎThe One Truthí forum. Q researchers drink rocket fuel! Thatís why weíve been ahead of the curve over a year now....
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    Where, oh where, has anyone on Avalon criticized the Q phenomena on the many thoughtful and constructively critical post that are here, merely on the basis that they are people sharing research??? ...
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    That's a very, very good summary.[/QUOTE]

    How Many? WHO? Exactly?:sherlock:[/QUOTE]

    Iím actually more curious about where the strong aversion to people collaboratively sharing research on a...
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    That's a very, very good summary.[/QUOTE]

    Curious.

    The difference between summary and analysis is that summaries speak in generalities. Whereas analysis dig into the specifics. Some...
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    Wasnít solid research once the prime directive of Project Avalonís intent? The thrill of hunting for the Truth is what brought me to the forum. The love of wisdom was well known to produce an...
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    Re: Qanon and the mechanism of addiction

    [/INDENT][/INDENT][...]

    This has less and less to do with personal reality.

    Manufactured consent in the Matrix is a bit of a misnomer. Manufactured consent IS the Matrix, at the most...
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    Re: Qanon and the mechanism of addiction

    I agree with Edina and Jad in that the Q material is no more addictive than Project Avalon, or Joseph Farrells news and views from the Nefarium, or any other interesting source of information. ...
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