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Sadness 1 point ago +1 / -0

patriots are already doing that through their sheer numers. This is why it is taking so long to count the votes, because the cheaters are printing and stuffing ballots so that they can win. the trick is to catch them red-handed. They are already desperate, because in AZ they all voted on the day. This threw them through a loop, so they resorted to breaking the system in Repub areas.

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Sadness 3 points ago +3 / -0

No, no, no, we want to speak with him!

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Sadness 9 points ago +9 / -0

LOL

We have a running joke about a Hugo Boss jacket that is very nice.

Ah, the SS jacket! Very well tailored, indeed.

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Sadness 8 points ago +8 / -0

According to their philosophy, anyone who breathes is a climate problem.

I suggest that activism starts at home. KYS

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, I think I responded to that.

It is very obvious and in-your-face that the media and politics are inherently linked. Very disgusting to behold. I mean who calls elections after only 13% of the votes have been counted? Oh I forgot.

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Sadness 3 points ago +3 / -0

I could never understand it. The very next day after Thanksgiving, which marks an almost religious event whereby colonists realized that they would not survive the winter without gifts from their Indian neighbors, that contrasts with the hedonistic frenzy of buying stuff in a canibalistic ritual - me, me, me.

It has cabal overtones that match the Christmas/Xmas thing that happened - eliminating Christ from Christmas, and making it all about the gifts under the tree, bought during the Black Friday (Why name it that? - the story is that that was when businesses went into the 'black' from being in the 'red', but it feels like there is another meaning).

Anyway, who wants to go and partake of it? Not me. When I see 'Black Friday sale' I steer away from it, even online.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very odd, and striking similarities to other rigged elections.

Hope comes from getting involved, motivating others. It may be a long process, but there is no other alternative.

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Sadness 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well thank you for the kind words.

I think it serves them to keep stuff hidden because they have a narrative to uphold, and lies beget lies. Have you looked into the archeological sites that are locked to the public in NZ? e.g. http://www.celticnz.co.nz There a paleolithic/astrological observance sites, and even a pyramid, built along Egyptian lines and orientation, that go against the 'there were no people in NZ until the Maori got there' narrative ... There are 'Pakeha' (others?) in the northern Taranaki and King country that claim they have been there forever. Even the Maori speak of a red-haired people that were already living in NZ.

But NVM, there is a claim of we-wuz-indigenous peoples, that they want to implement via the UN. It is one powerful group of elites that have discovered how to influence politicians to get more power. Note that most Maoris don't even agree to all this. Quite disgusting, given all the different people: tiny shy fairy-like people living in caves near Rotorua, 'giant skeletons' found North of Raglan, etc. etc. that are quietly covered up and ignored. The official story is that there are no paleolithic remains, even as the carvings have celtic roots.

How dare you!!

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Sadness 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, but Yanukovich was democratically elected. So the people apparently wanted a Russian-friendly president. And why would they not? I mean Russia is right there, next door. One would be stupid to cut off all relations. But no, these supposed 'nationalists' wanted USA from across the Atlantic to be their 'friends', even though they were a loud minority. NVM just throw out the established democracy, and implement Nuland's 'democracy' via a coup. I believe that that coup was really the start of the war. In that respect the promise that Ukraine would be allowed into NATO could be seen as the root of the problem, and that happened in the early 2000s.

And do tell, why were the Minsk agreements not implemented? They were a contract, brokered by Merkel, to allow the Donbass some autonomy, and would have kept the peace. But no, the Poroshenko regime decided to ignore those, and use the time to start building a vast trench system around the Donbass and shell the civilians. Not provocative at all.

Also, Zelensky cannot now claim Crimea, because he ordered that their water be shut off. He implemented it, and mocked the lack of water, and rail connection, to Crimea on public TV, to punish those who voted to join Russia. Yeah, nah. You ain't gettin that back buddy.

So, it looks like this war won't end in a hurry, while (((he))) is there, demanding that Crimea be 'returned' - against the will of the people living there. Why would they want (((him))) as president? As far as they are concerned he is a petty, but dangerous tyrant. And anyway, Russia built a beautiful bridge and now life is good. Sure, there are some who are fretting over their relations living in Ukraine, but there is water, food and business as usual.

Soon, there will be no people to rule in Ukraine anymore, because they will all be refugees elsewhere.

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Sadness 1 point ago +2 / -1

Well, one cannot accuse him of making money for his own gain, because any surplus is syphoned off to pay his alleged 'debt'. We all know that this extra money is being sucked up by an unconstitutional ruling - anyway, buying stuff from Alex keeps his crew paid.

However, the aim was to put him out of business, and they could not, because of the chess move of declaring bankruptcy, which was factually correct. So Bahahahah! he stays in business, under supervision of his records and profits, so that he can pay his debt. He keeps his crew employed, and continues to make new marketing opportunities - because making money is essential to 'pay the debt'. REEEeeeeEEEE.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

One of the issues archeologists come up against is the subjective - mythological records. They like to view themselves as 'scientists' that pursue objective proofs - look a tooth, or a needle, and here is the carbon dating - or whatever. There is a very strong impulse to not stray into human word-of-mouth 'contamination'. This has kept them away from astronomy as well, which is very odd, because the star positions themselves are not really changing, but the whole sky shifts as the earth wobbles on its axis- which gave this odd re-orientation of the temple structures on Malta, that could not be explained via the structures themselves - except by saying that the people building the structures were not competent, or something.

I came across this anti-subjectivity idea in recent academic work, where the beaks were pressuring us to write a thesis according to positivist lines - i.e., form a hypothesis and then try to 'prove' it using objectivity. A battle with the beaks ensued: me pointing out that hypotheses can never be proven a la Popper, they can only be disproven. Them saying, but this is how it must be done. Me: no this is categorically NOT how it must be done. Get thesis study guide, and it is all about setting up interviews or surveys (as if this is objective)- rigidly sticking to what went before. i.e. start by forming a hypothesis from the literature. Jeez. What about current real-world problems? There are plenty of academic examples where subjectivity is allowed in because one is studying human morality or belief systems - take law for example. So, one can find humanities subjects that use subjectivity, and connect dots across disciplines, but the idea of multidisciplinary theses are still very rare.

So yes, academics are set in their ways, but there are notable divergencies, and one can certainly demonstrate a history of it. It's just that subjectivity must be defended more rigorously, because the positivists are so rigid in their thinking, and will jump on any conjecture - even as hypotheses are formed from that very conjecture.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

The problem is that academia stays within its artificial sectored boundaries. which is not how knowledge was approached, even a few hundred years ago. Archeologists do not really talk to Geologists, for example. Which is weird if you think about it - they are both digging into soil and dating stuff. What Hancock is doing is joining their dots, which is outrageous to the establishment. The same thing happens between Psychologists and Strategic Management types. Again - weird - why would management strategy not include a measure of how mass psychology works?

The premise of Science is to take a theory and disprove it. These days, people are trying to make science concrete and irrefutable, (famously illustrated by Pelosi's "Science, Science, science" comment) but that is not what is supposed to happen. Those people who disprove hypotheses, like Hancock and Carlson, are now seen as heretics. REEEeeeEEE.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

If one explores what Randall Carlson is saying, the younger Dryad was caused by a couple of meteor or comet impacts, which has been verified by a crater that was recently found near Greenland. Most of the Northern Hemisphere has a carbonized layer at that time-period in the geological record. Because the impact was into ice, it also caused extensive flooding as well, which as Carlson shows, there is dramatic record in the Midwest: giant ripples in the landscape, so tall, that the water, which suddenly inundated that land, was very deep and rushing - like a giant tsunami. Geologists were saying that these 'ripples' were a glacial thing, i.e. a retreating ice cap - not a flood thing. However, I agree with Carlson that it looks like wave-like water action, not a gradual melt.

The flood stories are prevalent in creation myths all over the world. This impact had an extraordinary effect on humans. We all have flood at the BEGINNING of our Biblical, or other records - Hancock speaks of amnesia - no real spoken records of anything happening before those floods, except for Adam and Eve, and their offspring, and then we have Noah and the flood as the very next chapter.

However, read for interest, the first few pages of the Bhagavad-Gita, that speaks of a terrible light and fire that wipes out a plain where a mighty battle was taking place - no water - they were at the other end of the earth. In the eighties I wondered if that was an ancient nuclear weapon, but now I think it was that comet the impact of which would have had a destructive sonic and thermal boom that was experienced in India. Some creation myths talk of a feathered serpent who attacked from the sky - a description of a long tailed comet perhaps.

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Sadness 2 points ago +2 / -0

Um, no, the EU governments used sanctions as a weapon, and it boomeranged.

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