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MordenGeist 5 points ago +5 / -0

Maybe because they constantly fail themselves?

In my 56 years of experience, yes, this is always the case.

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MordenGeist 2 points ago +2 / -0

A thought out cogent reply. Yes its all those things and more.

Negativity attracts more negativity. Sure nothings all wine and roses, but you make the best out of what you have. Thinking positively attracts positivity. Its simple law of attraction on a world wide scale.

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MordenGeist 4 points ago +4 / -0

To doomers, a few questions--

  1. if you know this is primarily a Q board, yet you think its all bunk, why do you even bother being here?

  2. statistically speaking, there are a lot of drops that lined up perfectly, without any reaching, that have come to pass. Are you unable to acknowledge from cognitive bias or something else?

  3. many following Q drops have past doomer history, yet seeing the drops come to pass had a renewed sense of something really habbening. They've regained hope. Why would you want to destroy that unless from sheer malice?

  4. it requires repeating: why are you here?

Curiosity at answers, but I'm fairly certain i know the outcome/reasons, so its more to prove my hypothesis wrong. Or not.

This may or may not be interesting based on how intelligently the replies are made. Make a case, fire away.

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MordenGeist 3 points ago +3 / -0

I always go by one thing, as far as how much abuse someone can take: Everyone has a line to cross and woe be to the MFer who's in the way when it happens.

As such, I always strive to treat a person with respect until they prove unworthy of it.

Canadians, using this maxim, have had their lines crossed from extreme disrespect and I applaud their coming out swinging. It's wonderful to see.

GO CANADA!

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MordenGeist 7 points ago +8 / -1

One thing I've learned in life is that "Intelligence" does not equate to "Wisdom".

Ergo, someone can be the smartest person on the planet, but if that MFer doesn't know how to pour piss of a boot, what good is he? Unfortunately, I've known several people like that in my 56 years and just shake my head each time at how much a waste it is. If they could stop, just for a moment, and apply common sense to some of that intelligence they'd be a serious asset to the world around them.

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MordenGeist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Relentless Truth has always seen clearly and put out butt-kicking commentaries like this. One of the greats, and he's...as usual...100% on the mark. Can't add anything to his breakdown of the state of things.

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MordenGeist 3 points ago +4 / -1

Damn this makes me proud of you Canucks. This is some WWII level mobilization y'all are doing and it's fckin awesome. Keep the pedal to the metal and make those MFers break!!

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MordenGeist 4 points ago +4 / -0

Damn thats spicey with no reaching into the vapor to force fit something to a Q drop. This shit lines up and the extra commentary is a solid bonus. Great work OP!!!

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MordenGeist 13 points ago +13 / -0

If you think hiding ivermectin is top shelf bad, wait until you find out about cancer cures they've kept hidden for 50+ years.

Oh uh, spoiler alert.

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MordenGeist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Libs coming down from Northen to Southern states are like hemmorhoids: If they come down for a little bit and go back up, no problems. If they come down and stay, big problem.

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MordenGeist 11 points ago +11 / -0

Stares and ponders the meme accuracy a few moments before giving a slow approving nod

Mmhm....yes....yes this is pretty much how it is.

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MordenGeist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep, and we tried telling everyone from the jump. Oh well.

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MordenGeist 1 point ago +1 / -0

...after a quick court martial

You mean military tribunal. The difference is huge and noteworthy, fren 😉👍

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MordenGeist 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Conspiracy Theorist" is becoming a pretty prestgious label

++insert spaceman meme++ it always has been

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MordenGeist 3 points ago +3 / -0

We've been in a perpetual state of War since 2001 and has yet to be rescinded. Thus, Presidents can bypass Congress by use of the War powers act.

This is the way [they] want it to be so they can control Wars from the very top without discourse from Congress.

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MordenGeist 2 points ago +2 / -0

People sometimes take life too seriously instead of understanding what its all about. Too much about "me", instead of "us".

Its about finding harmony where there seems none. Its about enriching your spirit with truth and grow in wisdom from it. Its about understanding a single individual can have as much or little impact on all lives, not just thier own. Its about eschewing evil, no matter the cost (sacrifice), to bring humanity as a whole one step closer to God.

I find these highly pigeon-holed self reflections the opposite of what its about. Part of whats wrong with the world, is thinking about "me" to the exclusion of all else.

I must disclaimer, there is nothing wrong with thinking of yourself in the grand scheme, but more how those thoughts and actions can also help others to understand.

I've always thought of the Q movement in this way...

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MordenGeist 2 points ago +2 / -0

Spicey, just the way I like my memes. Tasty.

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MordenGeist 2 points ago +2 / -0

Spicey, just the way I like my memes. Tasty.

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MordenGeist 2 points ago +2 / -0

Spicey, just the way I like my memes. Tasty.

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