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  1. Re: Men, ejaculating is the single biggest handicap you can give yourself in the game of life

    I think sex as a whole is overblown (dreadful pun, I am not contrite) in our society, and males are encouraged to indulge in porn, see their self worth in terms of sexual conquest; porn can be a...
  2. Re: When is a mountain summit not a summit?

    Ahh, Ego and Greed, how very familiar - 'all is Vanity' as someone observed astutely!
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    Re: "Public Health" Handmaids of Genocide

    There is a steady, consistent movement towards a highly cynical view of our old favorite general demographic 'The Public' - there is a definite figuring of ordinary people as being stupid and of...
  4. Re: Was there (is there!?) an ancient global energy grid?

    Yes I have never warmed to Tellinger, there is something very ego driven about his style, he seems to want to impress you with his brilliance and astute observation rather than convey the essential...
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    Re: The Window is Closing

    The words: Self Discipline come to my mind regarding Richard's speech about social media, these platforms respond to people's inclinations, just perhaps they are only pernicious because people use...
  6. Re: World Wide Demonstrations against lockdowns -20th March 2021

    Looking at the London streams, there is a terrific turnout, very encouraging: it seems all reasonable people have had enough of this campaign, let's hope they don't mobilise the terrestrial thug...
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    Re: Happy St. Patrick's Day to all

    My name was originally O'Gorman but my ancestors dropped the O because Irish people were terribly treated back in the early 1900's, to get work you had to be 'English'.
    To be sure, happy Saint...
  8. Re: What to do if you have had the experimental jab.

    Yes, I agree if you engage with their AI processes you will be identified and placed onto their lists; the less they know about you, and the more under-the-radar you can be, the better!

    I was...
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    Re: The Phil Schneider story

    I remember watching this same video way back in the early 2000's and I was impressed then with Phil, there is a lot of similarity between his political vision and Trump (the MAGA movement in...
  10. Re: Looking for the single best video to make a loved one think twice before getting jabbed...

    This post highlights the overall problem we are confronted with, it is a complex problem that we need to approach with nuanced understanding: the Information War and the credibility gap.
    The...
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    Re: Contemplating mortality

    That final story of the man who found a tree next to the river to pass his final moments: wow, the human story embodied; is someone peeling onions?
    For some reason I am reminded of the Scole...
  12. Re: Is anyone else considering moving to another country to somewhere freer of covid measures?

    I am a British expatriate living in Australia, Perth to be exact: so far we have had only very benign Covid responses, but the most recent one with a 7 day lock down and mask mandate was complied...
  13. Re: Victoria Abril dismantles the Covid plandemia

    Ahh, I see the link
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    Re: Official First Contact

    Yes, 'claptrap' describes it quite well! And selling merchandise on the back of the clickbait... Jeez. :)[/QUOTE]

    These are very precarious times: not least because of the deceptive and...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    I would just like to say I am impressed by the clarity, and power of this letter; well done indeed; I would be very interested to know of any reply you receive, although these people always seem to...
  16. Re: Vacci-NATION: rich countries scramble for vaccines, poor countries do without

    Paradoxically I think the poorer countries will be much better off not receiving these genetic therapy treatments-because they are certainly not vaccines in the established sense of that word: these...
  17. Re: Reliable information, a real crisis in today's world

    It's just his biased opinion, and he has a conflict of interest -- earns his living by towing the Pharma line.
    You know what Mark Twain said about opinions?
    “You tell me whar a man gits his corn...
  18. Re: An infuriating article from Huffington Post! grrrrr

    The Q movement was all about lumping all of the Trump supporters, the malcontents and mavericks, the libertarians and conservative folk under one, convenient cult-like category.
    The fact that the...
  19. Re: "The Shift" Conversation with Jacqueline Hobbs (Oracle Girl)

    What I appreciate with Oracle Girl, Jacqueline is her very upfront and earthy dismissal of the 'confection' of new age spirituality, she says she is 'Fit for purpose' and uniquely designed to assist...
  20. Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    As a 'Boomer' I am meant to be too confused about Cryptocurrencies, but I am reasonably digital literate! I became involved with Bitcoin last April and made a modest investment: I use the 'Electrum'...
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