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posted ago by xchainlinkx ago by xchainlinkx +531 / -0

Every expert in science, finance, and health want control over what you think, achieving it through the "ministry of Truth" (fact checkers). They're all influenced by the same powers that run our governments. How else do they get their government grants, by telling the truth? Fauci Lied. Gates Lied. The climate "scientists" lied. Your news lied. Your doctor's lied. Your teachers lied. Your accountants and bankers lied. And they all lied to who they taught and mentored, trickling down to the local level. And we don't even need them.

We have millions of independent researchers and fact finders throughout the world, people with brilliant minds like Nikola Tesla, regardless of whether they went to college. These self-professed "experts" are irrelevant. We live in the age of information, and they're doing their damnedest to take that away from us.

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xchainlinkx [S] 55 points ago +55 / -0

Remember. They told you to sell $GME. They told you to to stay clear of Bitcoin. They told you the vaccine is "safe" yet you still have to wear a mask. They told you that our shores will be destroyed in 2021 and that humans cause climate change. Or how about "this was the most secure election in history?"

You know what else they said? Cold Fusion doesn't exist, but objects called black holes that violate laws of physics do. How we went to the moon and mars, but also no longer have the technology to return to the moon. They said Ghadaffi was a bad guy and Epstein committed suicide. Even your religious leaders are lying to you about your faith and your holy texts, especially the Pope.

Stop putting faith and trust into "experts" that tell you the sky is yellow.

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Lazarus-IXXI 8 points ago +8 / -0

I keep wanting to post about GME here. I cannot shake the feeling something is tied to it

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Heckles 7 points ago +7 / -0

Do it, I'd appreciate updates.

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navycuda 4 points ago +4 / -0

I’m convinced gme is going to be the catalyst for suicide weekend, think 1929 stock market crash.

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AReckoningIsComing 1 point ago +1 / -0

when would suicide weekend happen cos GME was like two months ago almost

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navycuda 3 points ago +3 / -0

No no, GME short squeeze hasn't even begun yet.

It is going to be history in the making. I should read more Q posts because GME must be connected somehow, more than just likely being the trigger for suicide weekend.

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Qaniso 1 point ago +1 / -0

i also am under the impression that GME is an operation by white hats

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4Liberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’m still holding.

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aoneleggedduck 3 points ago +3 / -0

Diamond hands, baby!

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The_Gainz_Man 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think we have gotten to the moon they were just trying to keep us away from space. Remember we were pretty much earth bound 100 ish years ago with no planes. Russia who was monitoring the flights would of called us out on it. They can't control us if we keep finding new frontiers. Remember when Dan Scavino posted this video by the Space Force? It mentioned secret bases on the dark side of the moon?

People like bill gates want to kill more than a third of us and control us like cattle. These lockdowns and masks are already our cages.

Free flow of information now.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

That has always been one of my biggest arguments against moon landing deniers "why haven't the Russians exposed it? China and even India have sent satellites there as well, if they could prove we didn't actually go they'd be calling us out too." They cannot make a convincing argument that all of these countries, some our rivals, are in on the hoax. Hell if that was true then why haven't the Russians and Chinese "faked" moon landings already?

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +2 / -0

"tRuSt ScIeNcE" yeah have you SEEN "science" lately?

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LoobintheToobin 1 point ago +1 / -0

If we include everything they aren’t telling us, that they are actually doing, perhaps then we would see a Revolution.

“In fact, data CNBC obtained from the Environmental Protection Agency reveals that only nine U.S. states are reporting safe levels of lead in their water supply. These include Alabama, Arkansas, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota and Tennessee.”

According to the EPA, 41 states had Action Level Exceedance (ALEs) in the last three fiscal years, meaning states have reported higher than acceptable levels of lead in drinking water. On its website, the EPA published a regulation in 1991 — known as the Lead and Copper Rule — to control lead and copper in drinking water.

“If the action level for lead is exceeded, the system must also inform the public about steps they should take to protect their health and may have to replace lead service lines under their control,”

The water situation in Newark, New Jersey, schools is now in the spotlight as well. John Abeigon, president of the Newark Teachers Union, told CNBC that Newark public schools are a “mini-Flint,” with tests revealing that at least 30 schools in the city show lead contaminated water samples.

Among the steps Brookings suggests that local areas can take to improve these issues includes increasing transparency on any water data collected, producing more detailed metrics of the infrastructure itself and conducting more frequent testing.

From 2016, Video: by 2020 we will be in bad trouble if nothing is done about this water problem: https://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/24/americas-water-crisis-goes-beyond-flint-michigan.html

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Ogcarvattack 34 points ago +36 / -2

i told a couple commies at work that there are no experts. they tried to tear me apart say well how did we get all this technology. i walked away thinking by many many failures. and iterative evolution. they will never understand.

My old man would always tell me "no matter how good you are there is always someone better."

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Mcmurdo32 16 points ago +18 / -2

Capitalism. We got all this innovation and technology with capitalism. Various people thought the such creations would make them a lot of money, so they took the time, effort, and expense to develop it.

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Ogcarvattack 11 points ago +11 / -0

yes sir. freemarket success!

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Mountaing8 3 points ago +3 / -0

back engineering saucer crashes.

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Ogcarvattack 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or this. But then that would imply extraterrestrial expertise... Lol

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4Liberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

If only we actually had a free market. Instead, we have people worshipping the constitution that allows politicians to rule over us and to steal our money, rig the laws/spending in their favor and for their agendas, and stifle innovation, efficiency, and liberty.

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Ogcarvattack 2 points ago +2 / -0

this is true. ^

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hundro 2 points ago +2 / -0

But it's not a truly free market. If it were, there would be far more cinderella stories involving real people and fewer silver spoon wunderkinds that have success bestowed upon them.

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Ogcarvattack 2 points ago +2 / -0

You are correct. All the big names have had government funded research projects fully fleshed and out handed to them as chosen ones.

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VetforTrump 6 points ago +6 / -0

Wise in their own conceits

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hundro 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm high school "educated" yet I managed to outdo three of the world's biggest mining companies in a very narrow niche of mining exploration-related industry. I mistakenly assumed that one of them was way advanced and set my sights on outdoing them. Many years later, I got to look under their hood and realized that they had never even been good enough to be mundane. My advice to people now is to never be in awe of anyone. You, with enough enthusiasm and determination can be the best.

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DisbandTheCIA 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes exactly everyone is fucking something up especially the ones who strongly believe that they’re not.

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anargumentativebox 3 points ago +3 / -0

Exactly. Never forget that we as humans have to accept that there is always more knowledge to attain and things to discover. I look at it as one of the most important things God wants us to recognize. We will never be omniscient like him. Not to sound religious but... It's kind of like the joke we have in the software dev field -

"Show me a bug free developer and I'll show you a dev who quit programming."

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pause_when_agitated 2 points ago +2 / -0

Tell me moar?

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Silex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sr also helped the nazis with eugenics.

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Silex 2 points ago +2 / -0

So the Rockefeller's, too! Well well well.

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Freedom_burger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Henry Ford as well, IIRC.

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TheVeryHungryPatriot 12 points ago +12 / -0

I don’t know if I discount experts and doctors simply because they are experts and doctors, I just do not take what they say at face value unless I can read the reasoning behind their arguments and decide for myself. Part of the reason I respect my child’s pediatrician SO MUCH is because he is a DO, not an MD. He always lays out the treatment options, the pros and cons of each option, and then in his professional opinion what he would do if it was his child. Then he very much let’s it be my decision as to do we let this bug work itself out naturally? Do we start on antibiotics? Do we do all the vaccines as recommended or skip some, stagger some? I never feel pressured or bullied into making medical decisions for my child.

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BluntProse 1 point ago +2 / -1

Thank you? This binary, over-generalized thinking makes us seem anti-education/uneducated.

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ZerroDefex 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yep, I sure as hell earned my engineering degree and license. I've also learned through the process just why we are so rigid with that area, history as plenty examples of structures that collapsed and things that have blown up and killed people only to be determined to be faulty engineering with no actual oversight or peer-review.

But thanks to COVID fascism I am now so damn suspicious of many doctors who tow the line that the corrupt medical license boards and hospital administrators have pushed. As for the nurses, well they've always had oversized egos.

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joeno 1 point ago +1 / -0

Everyone thinks there is no such as expertise until someone who has never done their jobs tells them they can do it better.

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eyerighteye 12 points ago +12 / -0

Reg, you said something earlier today and this song has been stuck in my head ever since I read it. Figured I'd share.

https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/lennykravitz/ibuildthisgardenforus.html

This whole planet was always meant to be Eden.

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Freedom_burger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Powerful. Thanks for posting.

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Macho_Maam 4 points ago +4 / -0

We can act in our best interest while retaining our individualism instead of totalitarian collectivism. We can have our cake anf eat it too.

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ThisIsHowItStarts 4 points ago +4 / -0

We are created by a loving God, and he stands at the door and knocks! Open your heart to him, and you will get even more knowledge that you have now. And salvation for eternity. God bless you and have a great day. It’s beautiful out today, the sun is shining the roosters are crowing, and his creation is magnificent!

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Freedom_burger 3 points ago +3 / -0

*Yeah I know it's a wall of text, but SR's comments are always great food for thought!

I've been thinking a lot about the 'optimal human' looks like, feels like; especially what that perfect version of any of us thinks like. I also think whoever coined the term '7 Deadly Sins' did a pretty efficient job. We may be able to narrow them down even further now, but I digress.

Each of us has this ideal state in us already, IMO. The potential to fulfill your best self is always there, we just need to recognize then embrace it. This doesn't mean we all just magically become perfect humans; we'll still be subject to our individual environments. Many things can also get in the way of achieving this, almost all traceable back to one of those Deadly Sins, traceable back further to the one source.

Satan's limited time in "his" realm is spelled out clearly: it will end; he is utterly defeated. I believe this makes our existence a test. Literally the highest stakes: eternal soul/life in paradise. Do you live like a king in Satan's fleeting realm, never knowing exactly when everything ends for you[soon]. The tradeoff being it's REAL. It's here and now and they can do whatever the fuck they want because this is Satan's realm! So is it worth it? Many of us know what those pleasures feel like.

Do you know that feeling seeing someone's eyes light up when you've done them a real act of kindness? Or, that feeling when you've chipped away at a long term goal long enough to see not just the end, but goals you never even thought of? Hell, we can even combine those two things, and often! I'll take those feels over sleep-hugging a public toilet--or worse--any time, every time. How could God not exist? I've been skeptical for a long time, but even my most cunning intellect can't deny His glory.

To bring this home if anyone made it this far, lol thank you. If you told me that I'd be writing a post like this even 6 months ago I would have laughed in your face. I would have apologized, but I can't testify any differently: this whole thing has brought me closer to God and through Him, closer to fulfilling MY potential. Being the best version of myself that I can be, despite my faults. The deck may be stacked against us here in satan's realm, but God's hand is always open, and the decision is ours to make. Until it's not, anyway, but I've made my choice!

tl;dr: God wins.

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ZerroDefex 3 points ago +3 / -0

What they don't realized is if people turn themselves into one giant co-operative. humanity wins.

Be careful with that idea, it's the left-leaning people who are collectivists and think they're working towards that very goal although they're blind to how their leaders abuse and misuse them. I once talked with a friend about how we need more scientists and engineers in Congress and he noted "you sounded like those Great Society people back during the Great Depression who got us into much of this mess" and it did make me stop and re-think my words.

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El_Magarino 8 points ago +8 / -0

Anonymous sources = Media is lying to you / media made it up / media is shaping a false narrative.

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Exploring-the-Unseen 6 points ago +6 / -0

Academia, in my unsolicited opinion, is the most racist of all American institutions..

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Britpat 4 points ago +4 / -0

A crony of Tony Blair pushed out an agenda in the mid 90s called Common Purpose.

They started with seminars targeting senior figures in industry, education etc the aim was to get all on board the central “ perfect” path. Like Blair/ Clinton politics.

Over time more and more “ correct speak” managers went on these courses from around the Five Eyes and beyond.

You don’t here of it today because the indoctrination is complete.

When these type make a mistake, they refuse to resign, lessons will be learnt and no stone will be left unturned.

In the U.K. Cressida Dick ( Head of The Met Police ) is one. A good example from the US of this type is Gabriel Stirling ( The Georgia controller of elections). You can spot them a mile off.

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hundro 4 points ago +4 / -0

Our teachers lied and we believed them. Then we taught our kids the same lies that we were fed. If we suddenly realize that we were misled and we try to correct our mistakes with our kids, we risk alienation because the school system has convinced them that parents are stupid.

Thank you for this thread. It is an important topic to discuss.

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thephantom1979 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree with this. I am creating my own software system to help transform the "RESUME" :)

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Mcmurdo32 4 points ago +4 / -0

They want control, but they are not even good at what they want to control. These "experts" are wrong more than they are right. You can get better life training sitting in a small hole in the wall diner listening to the people talk than you can by studying these "experts".

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iWillStand 1 point ago +1 / -0

If only peer-reviewed was as reliable as open-source

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Oldgal_frdup 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are so right. The only problem I'm having is the realization that many so-called experts have lied to me all my life. My radar is not set up to catch it all the time.

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Mcmurdo32 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah. We need to have people who have studied a field and can share that knowledge with us. We can't self educate ourselves in depth about everything. We just need them to be honest. If they have a desired agenda, tell us. If they don't have all the answers, don't pretend that they do. Etc. etc.

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numina18 3 points ago +4 / -1

This a absolutely true. I was trained in a profession that was totally based on lies. I had to struggle for years to beat back the lies. I became a speaker and told the truth, but eventually, the bad ones caught on and pulled the plug. I kept writing and speaking. i had an engagement to speak at a local college. The fee was agreed upon, i wrote my speech. The subject was vaccination. The night before I received a call from some Dean who told my my speech was cancelled because "we know what you are going to say". Cancel culture.

BTW, psychiatry is built totally upon lies. Totally. Look at Freud. A cocaine-addicted liar. They discount any kind of spirituality. They discount any kind of nutritional intervention. They only give out pills, and are not even trained in counseling. At all.

Then think of the FDA, which has NEVER looked into the harmful effects of ANY GMO that they have approved. Do you think it was any different with this poisonous vaccine? No, it was not! All those taking the poisonous vaccine should be issued a label for their forehead: I am a Guinea Pig!!

Today in my CIA Gannett paper was an article on how only a few dozen people developed blood clots from the AstraZeneca so-called vaccine. This leads to stroke. And death. But, hey, only a couple dozen! It's worth it!! They ended by saying, after causing much death and destruction, that the vaccine was safe. Is your head spinning yet?? Mine was. But, it's just lies, so we know that.

But the sheep still think medicine and Big Pharma are there to help them. Don't get me wrong, I am not opposed to everything Big Med does, and I just had a major surgery that went well. But as for drugs, especially psych drugs and vaccines - it just equals death.

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noidolsleft 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Walsh Protocol is awesome. So many people helped, but so few doctors know or care to look into it. Walsh says 70% of mental illness is nutritional imbalance.

I generally bypass doctors by doing my own research. I do go to the doctor, but only if I know precisely what I'm after.

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Mountaing8 1 point ago +1 / -0

Same here. I look up my maladies online, then go to the doctor. More often than not, the doctor prescribes what the article says not to do.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

I generally bypass doctors by doing my own research. I do go to the doctor, but only if I know precisely what I'm after.

Yep, the only doctor I've visited in years was a Dermatologist recommended by my father and they immediately identified the (thankfully benign) tumor that had sprouted up and removed it leaving only a scar so small I'd have to point it out to you. Very professional and no-nonsense.

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DeadLivesMatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

I concur with everything you said and the conclusions you have about medicine and big pharma. I’ve stayed off any pills my entire life except when I was young and got aspirin and a couple times morphine. But besides that never go to the doctor.

I know two people suffering from mental illness. One of them the prescibed drugs seemed to work initially but after two months that person decided to halt cold turkey and it’s all gone to hell. At this point my only hope is med beds if those are real. I think it might be a copper build up as it’s a neuro toxin but who knows.

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intolerant_patriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

Google "Biden green screen" today, and watch all the results of experts telling you what you shouldn't trust your lying eyes...

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GovernmentSUCKS 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm glad you people are here. The average person in my circle is almost to stupid to even talk to. I'm starting to think that the Awakening is going to have to allow plenty of the almost brain dead to be exterminated because we will not be able to afford to house, clothe, feed, assist them. I think the elderly and the sick will be discarded along with anyone else that happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Who knows I could be one of them. If it frees Americans into a better future free of Rothschild, Gates, Soros, and the rest of the trash then let's get on with it. I will not be demoralized. I choose to fight. The location of the elite should be published at every moment of every day by the people that know where they are so they can live in our world. Maybe something good will happen. One scumbag at a time. Thanks for letting me have my say. WWG1WGA.

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iWillStand 2 points ago +2 / -0

The reason we have a warning label that shows babies climbing into paint buckets and dying. Is because of the people you speak of.

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LawDoc 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is the way!!!!!

Just a handful of past Muzzled---Discredited---Harassed--De-Famed---Heroes!!!

Nikola Tesla Antoine Beachamp Victor Schauberger Royal Rife Gaston Naessans Gunther Enderlein Wilhelm Reich

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highlandparker 3 points ago +3 / -0

Good Glory amen and amen! I'm so excited! Bring down the media, medical, and education industrial complexes! They are propagandizing us for our enemies! I know, I'm a teacher. I can't wait for the teachers unions to FALL!

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JackArrow 3 points ago +4 / -1

6.29 What is a map? How far does your sphere of perception reach? What is uncharted territory? What is the “frontier” in 2019? Why do so many people think they have it all figured out already? This attitude of unshakable confidence in one’s perception of reality is a mirror of the MSM’s false projection of representing honest investigative journalism. “We figured this out, so you don’t have to think.” Does a story’s conclusion accurately follow a logical path through the sequence of facts and research presented? How often does a headline make a biased claim that is unsupported by the article beneath it. Did you fall for the clickbait? Do you learn from your mistakes? Maps, unlike stories, display a contiguous field of information. Logic gaps, or unknown territories, stand out distinctively because they are blank, whereas the rest of the area is charted. What is a mind map? What is a data map? How can a mind map help you to see the big picture on a subject so vast it tests the limits of your computational power. The human mind can only churn so much data. Why are all the greatest maps and records of human history locked away in the Vatican archives and other private foundations? Why does “Getty” seem to own every image that ever passed through the lens of a camera? Knowledge is power. Truth is the ultimate weapon. If you hold the truth hostage and disseminate lies, you can create a convincing illusion. How does a magician pull a rabbit out of a hat? How does the Vatican pull the narrative of humanity out of its archives? How did Caesar pull the oldest written records out of Alexandria? Was Rome the evil copycat civilization of Greece? “Kill & replace” How dangerous is it that Google now owns or regulates such a vast proportion of the information on the internet. “At least we still have books,” you say? How dangerous is it that Amazon has swallowed the literature industry whole? What is In-Q-Tel? You do realize that Amazon has a partnership with the CIA, that Google came from DARPA, and Facebook from the project called “LifeLog.” Track the command chain up the ladder. Who are the power players? It is well known that the CIA is heavily infiltrated by the Jesuits. [CIA of the Vatican] Are you starting to see the bigger picture here? How much has this iron grip on control been weakened since Trump came to office? Is Gina a wrench in their system, or is she co-operating? Compartmentalization is a breeding ground for rogue cells. Clearly, information acquisition has entered a new era of complexity. How many hoops of fire must one jump through to arrive at a “fact.” Is anything a fact? The record shows thus. But is any record accurate? The older the record, the less there is to corroborate it. Can you translate cuneiform? Do you trust those who have? Why do people trust the Bible as a record when they have not even read the work of Josephus Flaviaus. The bottom line is this, Everyone is constructing a multidimensional conception of history in their own mind. We take from what we have read, we take from what others have told us of their own experiences, we take from what others have read and relayed to us. We must also draw data from our intuition, for making connections between distant sources in our minds can yield the most enlightening results. The Akashic Records are the ultimate cheat code, and the ultimate mystery. Never stop digging. Never stop mapping. Thus is the voyage of existence. ΓQ

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Raritan 3 points ago +3 / -0

Agree

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InsideMan 2 points ago +2 / -0

I mentioned this elsewhere when it happened: The moment Amazon kicked Parler off, their certifications were greatly cheapened. And, no business should be considering using a CSP without likewise including a deplatform scenario to their disaster recovery strategy.

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BoatingAccident 2 points ago +2 / -0

not all directly lied.

many were fooled into repeating the lies

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debacle 2 points ago +2 / -0

Everyone has a knife at everyone else's throat. You see it in the news media, academia, Hollywood, politics, etc.

These people have been driven to a deranged, zero sum sickness.

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NorthusMaximus 2 points ago +2 / -0

Time for a new "ism" .. thinking for yourself. Teach it to your children and the process of how to do so.

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yuugecrowds 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very true. Outsourcing your knowledge in large part contributes to liberalism.

In that, I mean it puts the responsibility into someone else’s hands and you start to look at it as their problem instead of your problem.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

And oftentimes they vehemently don't even want to know anything about it themselves even if you offer to teach them for free. We have men who don't want to learn how to do simple repairs to their car and women who act like they're proud that they can't cook, sew, or garden. Then they wonder why they can't land a partner who can take care of them are are stuck with other non-functional people like themselves.

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yuugecrowds 1 point ago +1 / -0

Right on with this one. It’s amazing the amount of men who can’t do even simple car repairs or anything mechanical. I was also shocked to learn the amount of grown ass men who play video games.

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MetalThatMatters 2 points ago +2 / -0

Right on!

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VetforTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wisdom comes From God. What wisdom do God rejectors have?

They help to themselves those with itching ears.

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iWillStand 2 points ago +2 / -0

OUR MEDICAL COMMUNITY FAILED HARD!!!

Even when you ask them straight up, about CDC stats and try and get a glimmer of truthful info they fall back onto the party line.

They don't even publicly debate. They are just there for their paycheck and prestige.

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Mountaing8 1 point ago +1 / -0

They invested a huge amount into their positions. This was intentionally set up. It takes a real hero to forsake all that effort.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

They're no longer doctors, they're merely medical technicians.

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Shazxofshadilay 2 points ago +2 / -0

NASA lies. That is all I'm saying...

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AmericanVictory 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very well said, fren. Let the battle to take THEM down kick into high gear.

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OZ00MSTALLGEESE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Knew that since I was kid because all they ever told me was lies about the civil war, I read the first hand accounts of my ancestors so I knew the truth. Btw, fuck sherman.

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xchainlinkx [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Our military aren't the greatest of saints either.

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Despitetospite 1 point ago +1 / -0

According to Wikipedia:

Right-wing authoritarianism (RWA) is an ideological variable studied in political, social and personality psychology. Right-wing authoritarians are people who have a high degree of willingness to submit to authorities they perceive as established and legitimate, who adhere to societal conventions and norms, and who are hostile and punitive in their attitudes towards people who do not adhere to them. They value uniformity and are in favour of using group authority, including coercion, to achieve it.

To the covid cult NPCs who were usually calling the other side far right fascists (before their programmers revealed their true hatred of individualism and rebellion with their new normal programming), being trendiness of this may break down their programming. Trump and us of course are American right wing which is a scale of pro to anti government intervention.

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OtherwiseSafe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Today's expert has always been tomorrow's idiot.

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Bluefish99 1 point ago +2 / -1

Preach!

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Rginap 1 point ago +1 / -0

How do you guys deal with the anger that comes with learning about this? I guess all my life I've been pretty naive about the so-called experts the institutions in charge. Just last year I was all for taking the vaccine before they even had it out yet. My whole worldview has flipped upside down since redpilling.

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xchainlinkx [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, I suppose the healthiest way to handle your anger is to first accept it, and channel it for something productive, like exercise or building a business. Use it to inspire change.

I'm still in start-up phase, but I got so pissed off on how they're destroying our creative media with SJW garbage I just had to start my own media company. Currently working on a comicbook to help acquire some initial funding.

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judypatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well said, succinct and credible.

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Rammstein1 1 point ago +1 / -0

That’s a fact Jack !

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newchina 1 point ago +1 / -0

OP = Elon?

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xchainlinkx [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wish. #DogeTo1Dollar

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jimonalimb 1 point ago +1 / -0

"eXpErTs"

Oh good, I don't need to think and can win every argument now!

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Nyc999944 0 points ago +1 / -1

I am a world expert on Q, the economy, media, politics, finance, etc. Anyone who thinks they know better can debate me.