DuckDuckGo Hates Us by useless_aether in censorship

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Startpage.com is the only other one I can think of - I heard about it from some "caveman diet" guest on some podcast...

Attempt at "diversity policing" leads to most of Reddit asking "why is hating white people ok?" by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I had a lot of fun reading this... lots of people slowly opening their eyes.

Warfare in Africa [funny] by useless_aether in WarWatch

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New bill would ban cat declawing in California by dcjogger in politics

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There are alternatives at this point, which don't require the cat to have part of its "finger" amputated. I used this on my cat and it's fucking amazing - he can't scratch shit.

They look dumb on dogs, but work fine on cats - just get the clear ones so you don't make your pet look "special" :p

Suggest a name for my cuttie by hellodhaka in pics

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Truman - meaning "loyal one"... I assume it's a boy? Lyall is the female version of it (also means wolf, sweet).

What a good looking dog, I hope you two are best friends for life.

Islet of Vila Franca do Campo by BeSelfless in Earth

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Atlantis! You can even see the comet crater that sank it.

(Joking obviously).

Damn that's beautiful. I wonder what rich pedo owns it :(

They killed RFK. They killed JFK. They killed MLK. They killed Aaron Swartz. They killed Michael Hastings. They killed Seth Rich. They killed John Lennon. They killed Bob Marley. They killed Malcolm X. They killed Bruce Lee. They killed Tupac. They killed Bill Hicks. They killed Jeffrey Epstein. by EndlessSunflowers in conspiracy

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If you're going to have Bill Hicks on there - might as well add Steve Jobs too, since it was the same type of "fast acting" cancer (see, I don't think either was "murdered").

I also don't think Tupac is dead (see "Makaveli") - nor is Epstein.

Lennon was a huge supporter of "their message" ie: Communism. Subversive pawn - and unlikely to be offed by his own team since he wasn't in any kind of "epstein" situation.

Malcom X was most definitely axed for not saying "all whites". Not sure about MLK but his message was far less... powerful than Malcom's (after he dropped the "Elijah Muhammad" act).

Not up to date on the particulars of Bruce Lee (I know about his kid and the Crow movie and the fake bullet and shit) or Marley.

RFK... yeah okay it's obvious Sirhan was a patsy and it was probably that NLP fucker, what's his name... Anthony J Hilder.

JFK - eh, it's so overplayed and the guy was so clearly not "our guy"...

Hastings and Rich are fairly recent and don't have the same "build up" of years around them - as the others.

Aaron Swartz... yeah - that was a fucking tragedy. No kid should ever kill themselves - all he did was threaten the caste*ification of science and knowledge.

Edit: Still, fuck "them". 100% with you on that.

Predictive Programming - Now There Are FOUR Theories by Vigte in conspiracy

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I honestly don't have a stance on Mandela... I remember BerenSTEIN Bears, my mother was extremely proud of her command of english language and she would NOT have mispronounced it - but ultimately: does it matter? Is it just my brain getting older - etc etc. There's too many variable and too little pay off to "proving" it.

As for the coded hints, I absolutely 100% agree - whether I look at it from a theist or atheist perspective. Let me explain:

From a theist perspective - it doesn't matter if they're demons, possessed, "fallen angels" or just shitty devil worshipping humans - them having to "pronounce" their intentions fits with certain material regarding "avoiding Karma".

From an atheist perspective - it fits with what we know of psychopathy, that they LIKE hinting and rubbing people's face in it.

Either way, spot on.

An elaborate joint by SpaceStoner in cannabis

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The herbs are what give it that distinct flavour...

Kathleen Kennedy’s Star Wars regime may be coming to an End by sproketboy in Movies

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No kidding... I mean, not including the fact I fell asleep in force awakens and never even saw #8 (couldn't even tell you it's name at this point haha).

What a complete disaster... and it has such a simple fix: return the Expanded Universe and just apologize.

Incredibly people think this is a news organization by useless_aether in propaganda

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Also, just another example of how policy isn't actually based on objective reality

Edit: which is both: the perception they want so that we the people willingly tear down the "old world order" for them... AND a huge red-pill that is their weakest point. Strange how "magic" works, isn't it?

The real reason why you should not interact with Incels by Tiwaking in Incel

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All the suddenly-rising strangely black-pilled movements across the world - are no accident.

Police searching for suspect after feces hurled onto people at Toronto universities by Vigte in canada

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Jason Huang, a fourth-year life science student, told CBC News that he was sitting in the cafeteria when he saw a tall man wearing a yellow construction hat run up to someone and dump a bucketful of brownish-yellow liquid on them.

Hmm

The second incident happened two days later on Nov. 24, when a person at York University also had feces thrown on them while they were in the Scott Library.

ok...

Followed by:

Police say a bucket of what is believed to be feces was dumped on a female outside a University of Toronto building late Monday night, the third such incident in the city within a four-day period.

The suspect has been described as a black male in his 30s with a medium build who was wearing a yellow hard hat, a blue shirt, and gloves.

...

Const. Victor Kwong said the suspect descriptions in all three incidents are similar and police previously told CP24 that they believe the same person is likely responsible for all of the attacks.

No fucking shit sherlock.

Kathleen Kennedy’s Star Wars regime may be coming to an End by sproketboy in Movies

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Likely correct test screening rumors (major spoilers, obviously)

Bring back the previously established expanded universe or I'm staying out.

‘Risky’ Playgrounds Are Making a Comeback - CityLab by Vigte in whatever

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Over the last few years, however, pushback against the overly sanitized playground has grown considerably, with new research supporting the importance of play—especially unstructured play—for early childhood development. Critics also argue that concerns about actual harm are overstated. These findings have raised questions about playground design. Is the current playground model fostering creativity, independence, and problem-solving? What does risk really mean—and when is it OK?

Yeah - pretty much... kids gotta fall to know how to get back up...

Saidit's slowly moving banner, yea or nay? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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RIP banner-bro :(

Cryptoqueen: How this woman scammed the world, then ran by Vigte in technology

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Just more proof - the best criminals: wear suits and look you in the eye.

Saidit's slowly moving banner, yea or nay? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Sorry to be a spoilsport :( It was beautiful, once it unfroze :D

Saidit's slowly moving banner, yea or nay? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Yeah but I'm on an 8 year old PC, running 2 monitors on an old video card while using 4GB for firefox and 4GB for Conan Exiles, so it's not like I'm on a supercomputer.

A History of the Mountain Jews - Part 1 by Vigte in history

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Some quick information about the topic at hand:

It is believed that they had reached Persia from Ancient Israel as early as the 8th century BC. They continued to migrate east, settling in mountainous areas of the Caucasus. The Mountain Jews survived numerous historical vicissitudes by settling in extremely remote and mountainous areas. They were known to be accomplished warriors and horseback riders.[10] The main Mountain Jew settlement in Azerbaijan is Qırmızı Qəsəbə, also called Jerusalem of the Caucasus.

Mountain Jews are distinct from Georgian Jews of the Caucasus Mountains. The two groups are culturally and ethnically different, speaking different languages and having many differences in customs and culture.

Mountain Jews have an oral tradition, passed down generation after generation, that they are descended from the Ten Lost Tribes which were exiled by the king of Assyria (Ashur), who ruled over northern Iraq from Mosul (across the Tigris River from the ancient city of Nineveh). The reference, most likely is to Shalmaneser, the King of Assyria who is mentioned in II Kings 18:9-12.

In the Second World War, some Mountain Jews settlements in Crimea and parts of their area in Kabardino-Balkaria were occupied by the German Wehrmacht at the end of 1942. During this period, they killed several hundreds of Mountain Jews until the Germans retreated early 1943. On September 20, 1942, Germans killed 420 Mountain Jews near the village of Bogdanovka. Some 1000–1500 Mountain Jews were murdered during the Holocaust.

Seems a bit, small, doesn't it?

Many Mountain Jews survived, however, because German troops did not reach all their areas; in addition, attempts succeeded to convince local German authorities that this group were "religious" but not "racial" Jews. With the help of their Kabardian neighbors, Mountain Jews of Nalchik convinced the local German authorities that they were Tats, the native people similar to other Caucasus Mountain peoples, not related to the ethnic Jews, who merely adopted Judaism.[26] The annihilation of the Mountain Jews was suspended, contingent on racial investigation.

Hmmm

The Soviet Army's advances in the area brought the Nalchik community under its protection.

Something about atheist soviet state protecting people seems... disingenuous to me.

In 1944, the NKVD deported the entire Chechen populace that surrounded the Mountain Jews in Chechnya, and moved other ethnic groups into their homes; Mountain Jews mostly refused to take the homes of deported Chechens[28] while there are some reports of deported Chechens entrusting their homes to Jews in order to keep them safe.

Hmmm, they got rid of everyone BUT them... and gave them everything that was there. Odd?

While elsewhere in the Russian Empire, Jews were prohibited from owning land (excluding the Jews of Siberia and Central Asia), at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, the Mountain Jews owned land and were farmers and gardeners, growing mainly grain.

Stranger and stranger...

With increasing urbanization and sovietization in progress, by the 1930s, a layer of intelligentsia began to form. By the late 1960s, academic professionals, such as pharmacists, medical doctors, and engineers, were quite common among the community. Mountain Jews worked in more professional positions than did Georgian Jews, though less than the Soviet Ashkenazi community, who were based in larger cities of Russia. A sizable number of Mountain Jewish worked in the entertainment industry in Dagestan.

Spreading influence...

In the early decades of the Soviet Union, the government took steps to suppress religion. Thus, In the 1930s, the Soviet Union closed synagogues belonging to mountain Jews. Same procedures were implemented on other ethnicities and religions. Soviet authorities propagated the myth that Mountain Jews were not part of the world Jewish people at all, but rather members of Tat community that settled in the region

But that was because that was the lie they told the Nazi's to not get murdered... why play the victim about it. Oh... I forgot.

While Mountain Jews observed the rituals of circumcision, marriage and burial, as well as Jewish holidays,[43] other precepts of Jewish faith were observed less carefully.

I wonder what that means?

Saidit's slowly moving banner, yea or nay? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Nay, but only because it almost gave my PC a coronary - otherwise its beautiful

A History of the Mountain Jews - Part 1 by Vigte in history

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See how Russia IS involved, in what we all already know is happening.

Epstein ‘madam’ to talk to FBI ‘in a few days’ – report by Vigte in conspiracy

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The goal seems to be to convince everyone our justice system is super broken (which it is), probably to deliberately cause unrest and distrust on a controlled schedule.

Ding. Ding. Ding.

The fake-left creates (nearly true) conspiracies about the fake-Right (Trump is in bed with Russia, but in NO way the democrats are actually accusing him of) which if you bring up people call you a "leftist shill" (even though what you're saying is different from the leftist fake talking points) - and the fake-right creates (nearly true) conspiracies about the fake-left... which if you bring up to a leftist, they call you a "rightist nazi shill". It's actually genius...

They will show BOTH sides how fucked the world is - but instead of coming together to fix it, they will tear each other to shreds to be the one to pick the winning "new order". They'll have us pick sides, tear down the old order (because it's garbage and they've done that on purpose) and build whatever the victorious side chooses (leftist communist transhuman atheo-SJW zionist-noahide dystopia - or a rightist theocracy based on Zionism/Noahide)

Both sides are in bed together - and also fighting one another to be the "masters" favourite. Which leg will win? Doesn't matter, because in the end - the ideology both sides share, will win.

Sirhan Sirhan: "I Did NOT Kill Robert F. Kennedy" | Interview From Prison by Vigte in conspiracy

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Pretty well known at this point, but interesting none the less.

Epstein ‘madam’ to talk to FBI ‘in a few days’ – report by Vigte in conspiracy

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Time will tell, I guess...

How many months has it been she's had to clean up? What bullshit. If I stole a candy from a cornerstore they would find me - but her, oh no... she's "missing".

Queen cancels prince Andrew's 60th birthday-party.html by SpaceStoner in WorldNews

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I'd comment on that, but I'm pretty sure it falls under this

Its "why can't elon musk" not "why elon musk can't" you're welcome sweaty by basedaf1 in teachsnowenglish

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you're welcome sweaty

sweaty

P.S.: Great sub :D

This Is What Millennials Can Actually Expect From Retirement, According to Experts by Vigte in Futurology

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My only reply to that article is a hearty: fuck that, no thank you (I'm not saying the predictions aren't probably correct).

The climate crisis has sparked a Siberian mammoth tusk gold rush by Vigte in YoungerDryas

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So, how is this related to the Younger Dryas?

Well, the tusks being picked up will be those closest to the top at first - which are the ones most involved in the Y-D event - from when they went extinct. These are the ones that are... snapped in half from mud-slides, peppered with comet debris and radioactive isotopes. Picking out the tusks would also likely disturb and destroy the ground around - including the remaining skeleton and any evidence of how it died.

Basically, it's disturbing the integrity of the whole carcass, the evidence that will help determine what happened 12,000 years ago to end the last ice age, is being conveniently picked off.

Civilized To Death, Why everything's amazing, but nobody's happy. by JasonCarswell in books

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We took the mystery out of the rest of the world by putting all of it in the palm of our hands.

I feel like it has really hurt the ability of people to "let go" and relax - because now "everything is doable" "you're an idiot if you don't take the opportunity" - but you burn yourself out and waste a lot of time and money that way.

Always in motion, rather than standing still/at one with the surroundings and all that.

Maybe the author agrees but I haven't read the book.

[Request] PDF Translation software/methodology advice by Vigte in whatever

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Oh my goodness... you hero! There aren't words to thank you adequately.

I realise if you're unfamiliar/disinterested with the material it can be a bit strange - but as it's written by the Bavarian Government, I'm inclined to take it more seriously than regular old here-say!

So, as you said a lot of these seem encoded, making this rather difficult... but that is just the "evidence" - the majority of the book itself should not be written in code - as it was an expose (as I'm sure you know).


Before I make any decisions on which chapter is most important, I have a few questions about a few of the chapters, if that's ok?

I) This is an expose of their cypher - instructions on how to use it, I presume?

II) Does it mention "Anno Lucus/Lucis" "year of Light" - or mention strange years ie: "5700AL" - if so this chapter could be important, if not - slightly less important.

III) The city code names are used to decypher the evidence letters that come later in the book I presume?

V) Female order already in existence - or talked about creating? How does it mention the Jesuits? In positive or negative terms? (Is this still the Bavarian government's expose?)

XI) Initiation of new candidates? Is it a ritual guide or something?

XXIV) Annotation on a magazine, short enough to give a brief explanation? (It stands out (to me) from the rest of the "Chapters")

XXXI) Again, this stands out as you said "Letters, letters, letters" on most, but said this one seemed like local members plotting? What stood out to you?

XXXIII) "Members using I" - you mean chapter I? The cypher? Interesting...

XXXV) Anything revealing in this one, in your opinion?

XXXVII) "Letter, nothing interesting, travel to another chapter of the order" - this feels like something that would be encoded - they use metaphors for "travel" for just about everything...

XLI) What's the name of the Masonic book?

XLVI, XLVII) "Letter to someone important it seems, copy of the response to the previous letter" These could be interesting but likely useless without knowing the rest of the stuff inside.


If I had to choose a few that (given what I know) seem most important, I would presume:

(I, II, III as a grouping), V and finally (VI through XVII as a grouping).

XXXI seems interesting, about members plotting - as does XXV with someone wanting to quit - and XXXVII with its "Travelling".

XIX with it's self destructing compartment sounds good for a laugh though!

I'm not requesting all of these, merely prioritizing their possible value.

I'm so grateful for all you've done already I couldn't possibly ask you to slog through the rest of this, haha.

Onision: The F.B.I. Saga by Vigte in whatever

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What a fucking inhuman piece of shit that deserves to be ejected into the nearest star.

Queen cancels prince Andrew's 60th birthday-party.html by SpaceStoner in WorldNews

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It's because now she has no idea what present to get him now that Epstein is gone...

Canada: Communist China's New Ambassador Is Already Threatening Canada by [deleted] in westernbetrayal

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On behalf of all real Canadians: fuck you China.

China tried to plant a candidate into the Australian parliament, then killed him when he got caught and told the truth to Australian authorities by useless_aether in WorldPolitics

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In America, they probably write that clause into your hiring paperwork - so they can say "it was totally legal".

Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Orwellian” speech at the ADL by Vigte in conspiracy

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Ryan Dawson before & after selling out by Vigte in conspiracy

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Just a collection of flip-flops that seem... disingenuous.

Some more stuff if you're interested

And more

NY Times Writer Who Praised Hillary’s White Pantsuit Calls Tulsi Gabbard “Cult Leader” For Wearing Same Thing by Chipit in USPolitics

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Yeah but I don't trust Trump either...

None of them are good enough for the job.

[Request] PDF Translation software/methodology advice by Vigte in whatever

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Update: As one resident of s/deutsch pointed out, my translation of even that single line, is incorrect.

[Request] Help with a German text by Vigte in deutsch

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See! That's what I was worried about - that either my bias or google translate's "auto correct" would give an incorrect solution.

Darnit... well I appreciate your reply! Thank you so much, I'm glad I didn't spend more time doing manual guessing, what a shame. Hopefully someone shares an interest in the subject material.

NY Times Writer Who Praised Hillary’s White Pantsuit Calls Tulsi Gabbard “Cult Leader” For Wearing Same Thing by Chipit in USPolitics

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Yeah, CNP is not a fun thing to dig into, it literally turns "conspiracy theory" into a conspiracy itself... but it's the cess-pool all this shit spawns in.

NY Times Writer Who Praised Hillary’s White Pantsuit Calls Tulsi Gabbard “Cult Leader” For Wearing Same Thing by Chipit in USPolitics

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If sketchy Christian Cults are your research topic of choice, look into the Council for National Policy - it's literally the origin of 99% of Christian Cultism, Conservative Inc and conspiracy shilling.

Start with Sun Myung Moon, Pat Robertson and Tim LaHaye.

NY Times Writer Who Praised Hillary’s White Pantsuit Calls Tulsi Gabbard “Cult Leader” For Wearing Same Thing by Chipit in USPolitics

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Didn't say it was her fault, I'm implying it makes her suspect (to me) (as it does with many other politicians, public figures, etc)

NY Times Writer Who Praised Hillary’s White Pantsuit Calls Tulsi Gabbard “Cult Leader” For Wearing Same Thing by Chipit in USPolitics

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Shes a member of the CFR and was indeed, part of a cult. As establishment as the rest of them, don't get used by the liars.

Alex Jones lies about Putin Now. by Vigte in conspiracy

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Notice how he implies anyone accusing him of being Russian is a leftist "you're the people ... who lost an election".

That's how the fake left-right works, each side projecting onto the other and then accusing anyone who figures it out, of being on the other side.

Alex Jones lies about Putin Now. by Vigte in conspiracy

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Flip flopping and a really extreme reaction when someone calls him a russki. Me thinks he protests too much...

Bitcoin plummets to a six-month low on China crackdown by magnora7 in cryptocurrency

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Mysterious virus forces Colorado schools to close by Vigte in news

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And if you want to have a heart attack clutching pearls over a source, rather than the story - then that's your prerogative.

Mysterious virus forces Colorado schools to close by Vigte in news

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When they report a legitimate news story...

Mysterious virus forces Colorado schools to close by Vigte in news

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I would further say it is better to ignore them.

Yes, turn a blind eye to the enemy and their communications, that's how "wars" are won.

Spreading RT's influence simply helps them in their attacks on us.

Only if one is t

Well I gave you a Times article about it too, so feel free to use that one - or google a publication of your preference... what, I just shouldn't cite/post anything "of the enemy"? Because that's literally 99% of... everything - including legitimate news that affects people here. You could have just as easily searched to see if it was true, yourself - I know you said you did, but if you had, you would have found the articles.

I'm just warning Saiditors who may live in the area, as I am wont to do when strange localized stories pop up - sorry you got upset about the source.

Mysterious virus forces Colorado schools to close by Vigte in news

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If this is true, it is a minor thing.

Oh, it's a real thing.

And it's not, minor:

A Colorado school district has closed all 46 of its schools following the spread of an “extremely contagious virus.”

That was the first thing I checked that before I posted the video.

Russia Today, a well-known disinformation site.

Are you even trying to fight?

That's a matter of perspective. If you're a lefty SJW: no, I'm not on your side. If you're a Trump-worshipper: no, I'm not on your side.

It's not hard to figure out who RussiaToday works for (Russian Mafia/oligarchs who were funded by US money and took over after the fall of communism) and what their reporting is intended to do (sow chaos in America by furthering the division between left and right - which is why it appears as some kind of alt-right oriented hot-spot, complete with Conservative members of the CNP appearing on the channel regularly. ie: Duginism)

That doesn't mean a report regarding school closures is a lie or part of some sinister agenda - especially given that it's true.

Mysterious virus forces Colorado schools to close by Vigte in news

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One of the youtube comments lines up with something else I learned recently:

The Grand Solar Minimum Has always produced diseases in the past.

Post a picture that you want it to be your profile picture. by Snow in IdeasForSaidIt

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chants and beats a drum right in your face Harvest data, not organs!

Woman bravely rescues koala from wildfire in Australia by Vigte in whatever

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Send a prayer to the little dude (and to everyone else who needs it today).

Eric Kaufmann discusses Academic Freedom by Vigte in news

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Host (Notice the phrasing): "Do you accept that universities have a responsibility to make sure that their student body isn't offended?"

Guest: "Uh no... I don't" ... "expose people to ideas which they may find offensive" stares into camera, presumably at the host

Global network of intelligence gathering companies by Vigte in conspiracy

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A great breakdown of the connections between the US, Chinese and Israeli data gathering agencies/companies.

Bees Surf Their Own Waves by Vigte in science

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Probably just a poorly worded comparison on CalTech's part.

The bottom of the wing is hydrophilic and the top is hydrophobic - just don't tell them they're doing the Butterfly stroke. ;)

Bees Surf Their Own Waves by Vigte in science

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I sense a new design of water-craft incoming.

If you're quick, you might be able to beat the big companies to it and make a mint.

This has been your free million dollar idea for the day.

Alexander Dugin 4th Political Theory Exposed! Full [Sway Guevara] by Vigte in conspiracy

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So much to unpack here, thank you so much for the reply!

Frankism as a visible sect disappeared soon after Jacob Frank died

This seems to be the central point - and you're correct. It's more an issue of this sprouting from that mindset, it's an ideological successor that's kind of repackaging the same concepts and warping whatever is necessary to "fit the current political climate".

I guess I was kind of wrong to say "100% correct" - in that, it's that - and more.

It's been banded to a pan-Europeanism (which ironically was what Hitler was opposing, yet this "Fourth Theory" is being supported by "anti-jew nazis), which seems to view all Europeans as entirely similar - while regarding Russia as a separate "civilization", rather than a nation.

From what I've seen it's being run by these types - for essentially, a "modern version" of Frankism.

The destabilization in the USA/etc also seems to be a pretty direct result of some of these groups - I think they are potentially attempting to force a certain demographic into a corner, so they will willingly retreat to (what little remains of) said... "Pan-European" "Civilization".

As per post (2) of yours:

That is, there will be restoration and a new Israel, but only after oppression and great bitterness. Freemasonry will have to make this oppression and great bitterness in order to realize the restoration of the Jews.

Cap with built-in display by SpaceStoner in technology

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Refreshing to see technology being used for good, instead of evil.

Alexander Dugin 4th Political Theory Exposed! Full [Sway Guevara] by Vigte in conspiracy

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btw, i assume they are frankists too

You're 100% correct.

Thank you for the awesome link!

Alexander Dugin 4th Political Theory Exposed! Full [Sway Guevara] by Vigte in conspiracy

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Alexander Dugin is a prominent Russian professor and political theorist. A book of his called "The Fourth Political Theory" has been making the rounds around the right-wing, to some support. One youtuber said "Duginism is to the right, what culturual marxism is, to the left".

His work and his theories have had a lot of spread recently, including interviews and conversations - or recommendations, from many right-wing "eCelebrities".

For all of Dugin's legitimate criticisms, he always manages to turn around and hypocritically engage in such activities "to further his end goals" - by exploiting "the current political plan".

This guy, his associates, his sponsors, recommendors and supporters are dangerous and attempting to lead the right-wing into a pied-piper style trap.

Sway Guevara's expose above, along with this three part presentation show, I think clearly what this man and his ideas represent.