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SemperSupra 7 points ago +7 / -0

Most view the "Universe" as a sugar daddy that will give them what they want if they really, really want it. They don't want the rules of religion, but they want a belief that is just Christmas (presents) forever.

This is just worship of the self made into a belief system (aka the Universe revolves around me and I must do my daily manifestations to get goodies). They think it's unfair to have your faith tested or to have to do anything to prove you believe. They want all of the fun stuff with none of the work.

Welcome to the new religion of Manifestation that has been spreading like wildfire in the past month.

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SemperSupra 9 points ago +12 / -3

Meanwhile, "manifestation" spreads like wildfire among millennials. Now they are all knee-deep in trying to "manifest" the things they want in life. They write down "Things I must manifest". Most believe (kid you not) that when they think hard of something they want it will "manifest" and I hear them all saying "The universe will provide". It started getting really bad a month ago.

I guess if they can't have BLM or covid to worship they'll invent "manifestation" as their new belief instead of just... waking the hell up.

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SemperSupra 7 points ago +7 / -0

I remember watching this "live" (although I realize now it was pre-recorded in an empty stadium) and thinking, "What the hell is this? The UK is bizarre. This is a freakshow".

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SemperSupra 2 points ago +2 / -0

I just thought the premise was stupid in general. I know people in large groups are not always the smartest, but even ordinary people are capable of basic math. You have a group of over 530 people put together. Their captors walk among them with machine guns, backs to the prisoners. Only one can win the game. That means you have only a 1/535 chance of survival.

What is the incentive to play the game at all? Most should realize that they have almost no chance of survival. Their best chance would be to work together to get the machine guns from the guards walking among them in a tightly packed space, try to time things to wedge the doors, and attempt to riot and escape. You have better odds of survival doing that than playing the game.

It doesn't seem to really dawn on the characters. Yes there are probably some who attempt to fight the guards, but you know in cinema land it's just a few who are quickly put down.

However, I don't buy that. Everyone in that room has to realize they have next to 0% chance of survival if they play the game. The whole premise of the show is that no one can do math (not even the stock broker character) and figure out this basic odds.

Why play a game where you have a 0.01% of survival when your odds of escaping if everyone riots and becomes uncontrollable dramatically increases? Also if no one plays the rich people's game would be spoiled. They'd have to do something. Are they going to kill or torture you just because you won't play? They were going to do that anyway.

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SemperSupra 3 points ago +3 / -0

Comms have been around for centuries. Nobility long had secret languages (look up language of the fans). The reason is because some things can't be openly talked about.

For example, if you and another group are talking about over throwing the king you can't send that in a letter. If it's intercepted you and your conspirators will be put to death. So you might find other ways to talk about it. Say the King comes from a region famous for red apples. You might talk about making "apple sauce" of this really, juicy red apple you have. You're talking about killing the king, but no one can prove you are. You can just claim you love talking about apples.

In Mafia movies, mafia bosses meat at restaurants and instead of talking about the "hit" they discuss the menu. "I recommend the spaghetti with the tomato sauce. They're freshly crushed tomatoes. The taste is to die for". They're discussing a hit, but it doesn't sound like it. Comms.

What if you need to talk over a long distance or to a large number of lesser followers (DS cells) without being caught doing it? You can use symbolism to coordinate. Hollywood movies from the 80s and 90s are filled with them. Eventually they shifted more into the internet and social media for comms, but the DS use to rely a lot more on movies and TV shows for their comms.

It's a way to talk about things you can't be caught saying.

Probably we've all done some degree of comms. Maybe you have a family member you can't be caught bashing for their behavior, so you and another talk in a discrete way to hide what you're really saying. Teenage girls learn to hide their real message all the time.

"That outfit looks so good on you!" (What the teen girl says) = "You look ridiculous and embarrassing" (what she means)

Q translated the comms of one of James Comey's tweets once:

u/#q645

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SemperSupra 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's not only easy to tell because the white hats mask some of their comms using terms black hats use. Like "Climate Change" is used by both, but with completely different meanings. Dog comms also have different meaning between the sides.

White hats dog comms can mean "I'm protected" while black hats can mean "I've got an obedient pet".

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SemperSupra 6 points ago +6 / -0

One example would be Robin Williams. I remember reading that he hung himself from a doorknob and I was so confused because how is that physically possible.

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SemperSupra 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's because most people can't accept the idea the there is a highly organized and very powerful group of people who have been plotting the destruction of mankind for centuries. Most people have been conditioned that this is only a thing of movies. They can't imagine the idea that narcissistic sociopaths could ever congregate in great numbers to work together in order to control the human race.

It's because people understand the world through their own thinking. They would never do that so they can't imagine someone who would.

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SemperSupra 6 points ago +6 / -0

She's whining she'll fight it in court because it's not fair if hispanics, asians and indians are included in her district. The Texas GOP is not even trying to add white areas, just places that better reflect the actual composition of Houston and Sheila is whining, "That's racist!"

Look at how stupidly her district is drawn. This is to keep it 80% black:

https://mapsforyoufree.blogspot.com/2018/04/sheila-jackson-lee-district-map.html

The Texas GOP finally said enough and drew it how it should have been drawn the whole time.

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SemperSupra 6 points ago +6 / -0

Her original district is drawn like a spider and doesn't even connect to parts of itself. It's done this to avoid hispanics, indians, asians, and anyone not black.

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SemperSupra 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't which is worse Covidians or the Millenial Covidians who go on and on about how they must "manifest money" and that the "Universe will provide for them". I'm sick of hearing about "The Universe" or Cosmic Sugar Daddy as much I am about their Jab worship.

Many liberals I know are now obsessed with the idea of "manifesting" things by connecting with their inner child so that the Universe will provide. Same group claims not to believe in religion. sigh

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SemperSupra 8 points ago +8 / -0

The article is by a journalist who lost their vaccine card and tried to get it replaced in Texas. They were a good little Jabber who believe in the system and that it'd be no problem to figure it out, only to learn there is no "database" and it's just a cluster***k.

After a long journey they claim they were able to replace it by calling around dozens of places until one said they had him in the system. This is what he found:

If the states were struggling to track vaccines, surely the feds were doing even worse. I googled, “Is there a central covid vaccine database?” That led to a story in The Wall Street Journal saying the United States lacks a central database due to privacy concerns, which leaves “non-standardized impermanent cards as the sole record of shots.”

In Texas if someone Jabs they have to consent to have their Jab entered in the registry. Even if they do, those who did the Shots have to enter it into the database (and many don't) which means what Texas sends through ImmaTrac to the federal database is riddled with holes.

There is almost no central database and if a person needs to replace their vaccine card they have to hunt down the clinic or group that gave them the shot and have them check their paper files.

I googled “ImmTrac.” The immunization registry was established in 1999 to store vaccine records in Texas, mostly for children. The general public has no direct access, and it’s up to school and healthcare officials to enter and access the information. The Texas Department of State Health Services tracks these immunizations, but its own website says the best place to find COVID-19 records is at the clinic that administered the vaccine.

This patchwork effort by Texas officials to track vaccines appears to be hampered by residents’ tendency to protect their privacy.

And Lefties tell us we're in good hands.

Update: This article is two months old, but the information hasn't changed. All vaccination information is held at state and local level. (If there is no federal database then how does the CDC know all who were vaccinated?)

And even most state records are very incomplete. Most of the information stays in the pharmacy or clinic who gave the Jab.

https://nypost.com/2021/08/12/white-house-has-no-plans-for-a-federal-vaccination-database/

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SemperSupra 14 points ago +14 / -0

Thank you for all the great links to NG.

I've also noticed all these states are putting NGs in roles you really wouldn't except NGs to fill. A lot of them seem to be getting stationed in hospitals and I find it hard to believe it's to "replace" nurses.

But if they really were being positioned for such reasons that would mean that Q's early posts were not just meant to fool the DS (make their gaze focus on the US) at the time while martial law was actually declared in Saudi Arabia (taking down one side of the pyramid), but to eventually do it for real four years later.

I don't want to date and stuff, but it's an interesting idea.

This is pure speculation. I am only throwing this out here as a theory (no proof it's true), but what if Q's "corn" and "harvest" posts were always comms for the fall. What if the reason Q started when it did was to circle back to this.

Food for thought.

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SemperSupra 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's funny watch their side go nuts. They always loved our side suffering rinos like McStain. Now they have an actual moderate and they can't handle it.

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SemperSupra 2 points ago +2 / -0

When you read most articles now they don't say "women" but pregnant people even when talking about Texas's abortion law it's always "most people don't know they're pregnant until 6 weeks".

People? Like people with.... female reproductive organs? aka women.

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SemperSupra 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's true. I tried to escape this website, but it tracked me down, monitored me through all my devices, sent the DOJ after and threatened to jail me if I didn't stop asking ques-- oh wait, I mean the government.

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SemperSupra 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's because when these narcopaths (narcissistic sociopaths) do not have the fortitude to handle disappointment or anxiety. Whenever those negatives fears bubble up they have to go find someone and try to kick sand in their face to feel better about themselves. Even though they helped cheat Biden in their anxieties didn't go away like they thought it would. Recent events are making them even more nervous and they're trying to get us to doom to feel better about themselves.

Won't work. Amusing to watch their desperation. Maybe these adult babies could just learn to overcome their negatives feelings, but nah.

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SemperSupra 17 points ago +17 / -0

What's weirder is that Boris Johnson on October 6th at an event in the UK kept saying "Build Back Beaver". Even MSM seemed mystified. Then Dan posts that Beaver meme. I'm wondering if the Beaver is the comm.

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SemperSupra 3 points ago +3 / -0

Every pic I see of Hunter Biden "drawing" looks like a kid who got into the finger paints.

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SemperSupra 7 points ago +7 / -0

The recent Kroeger shooting screams of one big Sandy Hook hoax shooting. The shooter "moved" to the town in 2020. He lived nearby and people said he hardly interacted with anyone. He only went to church. The Methodist church that was five minutes from the Kroeger's was also the one that did the "candlelight vigil" and had all the media cameras on it. It also offered "counseling" (therapists for the MS shooter in disguise). Several of the "church" members worked at the Kroeger's.

The media never contacted or showed the shooter's family. They only spoke to a friend of a friend of the parents who spoke on their "behalf". It sounds like they set up a cell in that area and staged a fake shooting (almost all the "deaths" were workers at the Kroegers).

Th benefits of fake shootings like Sandy Hook (look up Wolfgang Halbig for the Sandy Hook hoax) is that you get high body counts, no risk of an armed citizen derailing your plans, and actors are in place who will not sue the authorities and demand answers, but sue anyone trying to expose the "hoax".

They still have unstable MK ultra people in place that they coax into snapping for real MS shooting events, but too many of those have failed to get body counts lately. The recent ones in Texas were real, but had almost no deaths. MSM hates failed shootings. Most of all they hate when an armed citizen takes down the shooters. So real ones are risky and there is no guarantee the person will snap.

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