What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Thanks. I believe we have to come together to form some sort of community or consensus to really have any forward progress in on a broad scale. Being alone all the time isn't good, so being an island isn't great. Having a family isn't being an island, that's a community too. Everyone should do what they can to build something bigger and better than the system that's currently decaying right now. Thanks for your kind words.

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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Everyone sees themselves as the good guy in their own story. That doesn't mean objectively terrible things don't exist. The road to hell is paved with good intentions after all.

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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I mean, I see your point I guess, but this guy is also the head of the KKK as well as one of the top Freemasonry guys. Both those organizations were/are not doing good things, imo. Judge the tree by the fruit it bears, you know?

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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good actors like anonymity only because they are duped into being afraid by the bad actors.

Well, people do lose the careers over relatively benign statements on a regular basis. It's not an empty fear. There's good reasons good people would want to avoid reprisal for saying the truth

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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Yeah it was billing-related, because they shut down our autopay without warning, twice. So we just started pre-paying to prevent that.

D3rr is doing great.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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I bet it felt that way in 1944 too.

My DIY R/C Boat Pulled me 20 Miles!!! by magnora7 in videos

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This guy and the stuff he makes is so awesome. He's the king of GPS-automated solar power robots

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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'Emotionally, physically, mentally tired’: Nurses say morale has hit a pandemic low

https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/10/15/nurses-covid-morale/

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Yeah it's a sort of paradox of internet forum anonymity.

More anonymous conversations bring about more truth because people don't hold back, but it also allows for bad actors. But having complete identification removes bad actors but also removes the anonymous cover that allows them to speak freely.

Why did BLM and Antifa disappear from the news? by zyxzevn in PoliticalHumor

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The media won't show those BLM protests, after a year of showing every BLM protest like it was the most important thing ever.

How much more biased can our media get? It's beyond a joke at this point. I feel like I'm living in the USSR

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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I saw this post on reddit and I couldn't help but think of the last 3 paragraphs of that letter: https://www.reddit.com/r/houston/comments/q9e5az/the_satanic_temple_houstons_3rd_annual/

"look they do good things, and they hate who I hate, so they must be good!" are basically what all the comments say. While promoting literal satanism, as if it's a joke.

Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view.

Creeps me the hell out. Cattle gleefully running to the metaphorical slaughter, not realizing what they are entangling themselves with. I expect to see the next decade of normalizing this kind of stuff to the point it becomes a mainstream religion, which will act as a great cover for all those actually doing evil in the name of evil... Catholic church part 2 basically, but worse because there's no pretense of morality in the first place. People are playing with fire by aligning themselves with these organizations and they think it's all jokes and fun and games. "The enemy of my enemy must be my friend!" is terrible reasoning if the enemy owns both sides

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Voting participation doesn't matter one iota if the voting system itself is rigged. It matters not who votes, but who counts the votes. Especially in a system like ours that has zero transparency or paper trail.

Thinking about things in terms of Dems and Reps is like watching Professional Wrestling and believing the Kayfabe is completely real. It's Kabuki Theater at this point. Like this comic: https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/956/597/f57.jpg

Neither side is standing up for Americans in any way, shape, or form, for over 40 years now.

Vote all you want, but there are bigger things to focus on. One solitary piece of input to the political system every 2 years isn't going to solve our problems any more than it already has.

Time to focus on the thing that controls them both. It's more powerful than either of them.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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whereas we should challenge Big Corp and money in politics, the anti-vax movement will continue to divide people. Big Corp and the .01% are manipulating the anti-vaxxers so that they'll argue over facts and science, whilst the .01% fleece the 99% for everything.

Yes, this bears repeating. This is clearly what is happening, at this point it couldn't be more obvious. Yet so many don't see it.

The solution to this insanity is obvious: vote greedy politicians out of office next year, and help elect an electable person who represents you.

Yeah, if only we had a legitimate voting system instead of a rigged electronic-only one run by one company that's never audited, and mathematically guaranteed to be dominated by two parties by design. Voting local is good though. But people who seek power are usually the ones that shouldn't have it.

The idea government represents the people is just a fiction perpetuated to keep those in power, in power. The "social contract" is just the minimum amount of stuff they have to do to trick the public in to supporting their positions of power. Now that we're in a crisis situation, we see the social contract go right out the window, because now people are kept in check by fear, rather than by acceptance of the social contract.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Thank you. I agree with everything you say. But it's very hard to meet people with the internet being corrupted, and all IRL places of meeting being shut down or having weird rules that result in uncomfortable conversations if I am to speak honestly. I am having a hard time "going along to get along" as most people seem to doing very hard right now. Maybe all this will fade away in a few years and it'll just be a bad memory. I am just shocked, honestly. And I shouldn't be, but I am. There's just so much absolute bullshit happening right now that it's system overload for my brain, and I'm not sure that the solution is to go pet a kitten and play video games all day, you know what I mean?

There's a lot of uncomfortable emotional labor that needs doing in the public square right now, and it seems very few want to do any heavy lifting.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Overpopulation is not the problem, stupidity is, as you mentioned. A lot of people dying doesn't fix that. Truth and awareness in a culture does. So if we want to combat it, we have to spread truth to anyone who will listen.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Well regardless of how you feel on abortion, paying people to $10k rat out other people for breaking the law is some communist-level nonsense

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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It looks like the country is headed for some very very real political turmoil.

Yeah not even the country, but maybe dozens of countries simultaneously. It seems like the west is basically self-imploding right now, looking at Canada and Australia. Things will turn around, but dear god are people taking their sweet time in waking up to this.

Thanks for the kind words, saidit seems to have plateued here and I'm okay with that. Maybe someday it will get mentioned somewhere popular and we'll grow suddenly, it has happened before with prior reddit exoduses. Maybe it will happen again. I think you're right about us having the old.reddit look and that being a good thing too. I just hope that reddit sheds people faster than people leave saidit, I don't want to see us dead in the water because then we have no chance. We kind of need those occasional bumps to keep the community active enough to to be worth visiting.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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I hate the NPC meme because it's dehumanizing language...

but I also have this feeling like I have had in dreams... like why do I think so differently from everyone around me? It's just weird and borderline unnerving at this point. But that's the point of the MKULTRA-style Project Mockingbird propaganda, is to induce this feeling, right?

I'm just very confused about a lot of what is happening, as I imagine everyone else is. So we all have that in common, at least. I think inducing feelings of confusion is also part of the propaganda though, as it disables people. Confused people won't unify to solve real problems.

I just have this feeling like I've been running a marathon to find the truth for decades now and I look behind me and it turns out everyone I thought I was running with me stopped running a long time ago and I never realized how far back everyone was until now.

They say hard times makes for strong men, and strong men create good times, and good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times. It's a cycle that never ends. I think we are in the "hard times" part, and the weak people are being forced to become strong through hardship, and boy is it not fun at all.

I don't know what to do other than sit back and wait, and just try to occupy my time with things that bring me joy instead of hitting my head against a wall over and over trying to talk to people who don't want to listen. But if everyone with uncomfortable truths did that, then there'd be no way for culture and community to move forward... so there has to be a balance. But lately I am out of energy to try and spread the truth because the absolute force of manufactured culture right now just makes it seem like an impossible task. It wouldn't work if people were more critically-minded, but most are too tired and too time-poor and and too emotional to really think about things clearly. Especially when the chips are down and they're scared, then they revert to old ways of behaving apparently, trusting the media they know is lying to them, and trusting the pharma companies they know are corrupt, just because they're so desperate for a solution to exist. A sense of desperation that was created by the media blowing covid way out of proportion. Problem -> reaction -> solution.

I don't get how people don't see this. Can you imagine a world where 90% of people know the above, and it's seen as common sense? Maybe someday. I have a dream.

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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You simply find threads on reddit or other sites, where people are looking for alternative websites, and you simply mention saidit and give a link. It's not hard.

Thanks for all your help building out the site, I'm just frustrated.

I agree we need a key event, I don't know what that would be at that point though. We often contact subs about to be banned, or they'll request to come here. That's how we got about 1/2 our traffic.

We've been basically waiting on a reddit implosion that never arrived. We thought 3 years ago they'd have gotten rid of the old.reddit.com format and we'd get those people, but they never did. Reddit has actually been extremely smart about containing damage, unlike digg which all imploded at once basically

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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If you were a real alternative to reddit you wouldn't have to promote at all. That's why Digg collapsed and reddit saw rocket ship growth.

This isn't 2007... the internet has changed a lot. There are shill and botgroups that have to be defended against so they don't poison the online culture. Growth has to outpace shill and bot activity.

Reddit advertised hugely when they started, and were also astroturfing posts and votes to make the place appear more popular, something we didn't do at all.

We're proof that advertising is basically necessary. I had to do all my promoting by hand, that's why 90% of the users that are here now are here, is because I mentioned saidit to them in a reddit thread. Had I not done this constant promotion by myself, literally no one would be here at all.

The fact you think all these users will just materialize out of nowhere is pure fantasy, based on an internet culture that no longer exists.

We've had 5 total days of downtime in 3 years. Our uptime record is actually quite good, so I'm not sure why people keep going on about that like we've failed massively in that regard. Need I remind you almost all the other alternatives completely pulled the plug?

How about you help promote the site to others, and actually help?

Texas Says 'No!' to Covid Mandates - Ron Paul by magnora7 in videos

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Hey, glad to see you too

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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Yes promoting is the problem. I've been doing 90% of the promotion of this website all by myself for 3 years. That's why we don't have any people. No one is helping saidit grow except me.

Fasting and the dissident right. Do you fast? by Mastermustard03 in debatealtright

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What does this have to do with "alt right"? Nothing.

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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Yeah it's good. Not sure what sub you were posting in that your posts were deleted though? That's against saidit rules for mods to delete those if you're posting things related to the sub

Is this a good alternative to reddit? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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How many people have you invited to join since we opened?

Walmart Critical Race Theory leaked. Tells employees "White is not right" by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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I taught K-5 in Taiwan, and one day the management was telling the teachers "Today's lesson to teach the kids is 'White is good!'"

And I was like wow, I am not teaching that racist crap to a bunch of Taiwanese kids. I would do the same if someone told me to teach CRT. Racism has no place in school

Biden down to 36%, 'sinking like the Titanic by P-38lightning in politics

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Trump is never going to get the republican party approval this time, PERIOD.

He didn't have the RNC support in 2016 and that didn't stop him then, so I don't know why it would stop him this time

Map of Active Soldiers per 1,000 people in Europe by magnora7 in maps

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Interesting, I would've expected US troops to be pretty uniformly activated across the US for wars percentage-wise, I didn't realize it was done like this

Biden down to 36%, 'sinking like the Titanic by P-38lightning in politics

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Trump is gonna win 2024, thus locking in 4 more years for the deep state. Then after that probably some Clinton-related person will win, and around and around it goes.

It's theater, the more you ignore it the less important it becomes.

Ruqqus: A Retrospective by magnora7 in SocialMedia

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yeah we dodged that bullet

Reddit down by [deleted] in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Yeah it's back up, they had about 8 mins of downtime. I'm just going to delete the post

Texas Says 'No!' to Covid Mandates - Ron Paul by magnora7 in videos

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Cases yes, excess deaths no

Ruqqus: A Retrospective by magnora7 in SocialMedia

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Yeah I agree with your analysis. It seems like they lacked those technical aspects and then the culture splintered as a result. And then they just decided to call it quits because they were emotionally overwhelmed, rather than try and clean it up for the remaining normal users. It seemed like they were trying to move the direction of cleaning it up, but did it too suddenly which backfired massively and all the free speech people left as a result, and the ruqqus admins felt like they had destroyed their own site. Removing this type of content should've been more gradual, if that's the way they wanted to go. Which could've happened with technical approaches like you mentioned. But then seeing the massive community backlash after the sudden cleanup I think they were just like "screw this" and shut down the whole site because they didn't want to do it anymore and they felt only a few of the intended users remained. That's kind of my read on the situation.

Ruqqus: A Retrospective by magnora7 in SocialMedia

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Yeah, it got voated, and in record time too lol

Ruqqus: A Retrospective by magnora7 in SocialMedia

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I found this, Ruqqus vs Saidit: https://www.saashub.com/compare-ruqqus-vs-saidit-net?ref=sidebar

Saidit wins on almost every category, nice to see.

Also we win on the "continuing to exist" category, so that's nice too.

Joe Biden Does Not Exist by StillLessons in politics

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It's like any celebrity, they exist as a meme in the eyes of 99% of people. Not as a real person.

And it's been known a while that the deep state (the corporate/lobbying/regulatory capture groups) basically runs things and the president is just a PR figure. That's been increasingly true for decades. Biden just makes it almost impossible to deny, it's like "Weekend at Bernies".

They just manage him and then give him the right pills before any press conferences so he's as lucid as possible. 90% of a president's job is PR meetings as a figurehead, not doing legislation or understanding the issues. I think that should be obvious to everyone at this point in history, the last 4 presidents or so made that pretty clear.

Alarming levels of Glyphosate were found in popular American foods. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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America is being poisoned by the over-use of these pesticides.

I keep reading stories of Americans who have developed allergies to grains and then they go live abroad and their skin allergies clear up completely. I often wonder if that's due to the glyphosate.

There should be a $1 home test for glyphosate ppm, that'd be so helpful to bringing this problem to light

Alarming levels of Glyphosate were found in popular American foods. by HibikiBlack in FoodCrises

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America is being poisoned by the over-use of these pesticides.

I keep reading stories of Americans who have developed allergies to grains and then they go live abroad and their skin allergies clear up completely. I often wonder if that's due to the glyphosate.

There should be a $1 home test for glyphosate ppm, that'd be so helpful to bringing this problem to light

Johnson & Johnson to pay $2.2 billion to end U.S. drug probes. (Reuters 2013) by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Reminds me of how China cut off all coal imports from Australia the instant Australia wanted to investigate the Wuhan origins of covid19

Playing Doom on a Holographic Display by magnora7 in technology

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$300 to get one in December, I'm tempted: https://lookingglassfactory.com/product/portrait

Self organising steel balls explain metal heat treatment - Steve Mould by magnora7 in videos

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Very cool video and desk toy. I want one... neat analogy for illustrating magnetic domains and metal tempering structures

Texas Says 'No!' to Covid Mandates - Ron Paul by magnora7 in videos

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One side is making mandates, the other is saying "no thanks to the mandates". Hardly the same. One side is putting people out of business and forcing people in to homelessness, the other is allowing businesses to operate normally.

Playing Doom on a Holographic Display by magnora7 in technology

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I think the old versions worked like that, but the newer versions are lenticular displays. Basically when viewed at an angle, the lenticular lenses only allow one column of pixels to be visible. Then when you move, it changes the angle, showing different pixels to your eye because of the lenticular lenses.

The companies hijacked the governmental regulatory bodies overseeing them so they can do anything they want... It's called Regulatory Capture by magnora7 in corruption

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It's not a complete list, and it's a bit dated too. I'd love an updated list

The companies hijacked the governmental regulatory bodies overseeing them so they can do anything they want... It's called Regulatory Capture by magnora7 in corruption

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Yeah perhaps it's a bit of both. But I think the corporate profit motive was driving 90% of the lobbying for the last 100 years that led to all these regulatory bodies being like they are.

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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Interesting, thanks for sharing!

Some people cast doubt about this, but the more I looked in to it the more it seems like this Rothschild link is deliberately obscured as much as possible. It's actually very difficult to find information about Klaus's childhood, and the more I research, the more I get the feeling that's intentional.

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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No they have 14 days of coal reserves.

They have generators which are becoming much more widespread in use by factories who keep suffering from unannounced electricity outages.

But the industrial generator market is also now very expensive in China due to the high demand. The video in the OP talks about this, it's actually a very interesting and informational video, you should give it a watch.

They felt forced to cut off trade with Australia because Australia wanted to investigate the Wuhan origins of covid 19, which was a quick and rash decision seemingly made in haste. However this geopolitical decision is now affecting their economy more deeply than anticipated, the longer they sustain this stance. It's a complex situation.

Texas Says 'No!' to Covid Mandates - Ron Paul by magnora7 in videos

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But per capita, Texas is among the lowest deaths for covid lately. You have to compare it per capita.

Playing Doom on a Holographic Display by magnora7 in technology

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This technology is amazing! I want to get one, they're only like $300 which seems crazy cheap given how cutting edge it is.

It can interface with Unity and Blender and even the Unreal engine. So there's already a few games out for it. They have a larger version too but it's really expensive and also requires crazy CPU power because it's rendering like 40 to 100 fullscreen viewpoints simultaneously.

The science is getting more and more complicated every day by Orangutan in politics

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Rules for thee but not for me

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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It is easily scaleable.

Yeah in a matter of months or years, not weeks. That's the whole problem

Dr Ron Paul - On The Dangerous Fallout From Biden's Vax Mandate by magnora7 in videos

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I agree it seems that way, and the media is pushing the bluff as well, and many people are scared and falling for it. It's a bluff that will profit pharma companies billions of dollars, while destroying many businesses and careers.

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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I don't think they can scale up production at the drop of a hat. That's the whole problem

And the news is from international observers, not the Chinese government

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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Yes and yet they still became a net importer of coal over 10 years ago because they can't keep up with their own demand. Which is why them cutting trade ties with Australia was such a bad move on their part.

The companies hijacked the governmental regulatory bodies overseeing them so they can do anything they want... It's called Regulatory Capture by magnora7 in corruption

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This "revolving door" between industry and regulation is illegal in many countries. But not in the US.

This is a huge reason we are in the situation with the mRNA "vaccines" we have now. They wouldn't be regulating something that's so untested if the FDA wasn't literally run by the same people who run the "vaccine" manufacturing companies.

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Yeah I literally didn't open saidit at all 4 for months. And reddit maybe 15 minutes a day just to read /r/conspiracy. I did use youtube a lot more though, I tried to watch fun or educational stuff only, nothing political or irritating. And I played video games and watched TV shows I like.

It's not so much about falsifying a view of reality as it is just taking a break from entangling the mess to focus on enjoying it, for a while. Remember when you were a kid?

And furthermore if you want to be an example to others, don't you think that requires living a life that is lower in stress, that you get enjoyment from? I've been thinking about this a lot. If you are stressed, it makes others stressed. So helping yourself focus on enjoying life, is actually helpful to others too. But that doesn't mean closing your eyes to the world. It just means balancing the fun stuff with the stress-inducing stuff. It's all about finding a balance on a day-to-day basis.

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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And now they're probably plotting on how to stop all these good things for the working class.

Or incorporate that need in to the design of their control systems. They seem to be leaning toward UBI. Which I think is a good idea in some ways, but I can also see people becoming completely dependent on it and losing the skills necessary to make a living without it, creating an underclass with no skills.

Everythings going great, thanks for the kind words :) Hope things are going well for you too

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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Well they didn't have a shaky coal supply until recently. It only happened because Australia wanted to investigate the origin of covid, and in response China cut of all trade relations. They have to balance their economic goals with their geopolitical goals, and I think they may have miscalculated in this instance.

My podcast interviews about the Rothschilds have been completely blacklisted from youtube search by magnora7 in censorship

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Interesting.

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Basically says it all, good post

My podcast interviews about the Rothschilds have been completely blacklisted from youtube search by magnora7 in censorship

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I think there's copies of them somewhere, I wouldn't mind another backup though

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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Why does it contradict logic? It logically fits right in with the fact they've cut off their largest coal supplier.

You seem to be assuming it's false, with even less evidence.

My podcast interviews about the Rothschilds have been completely blacklisted from youtube search by magnora7 in censorship

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Here's the video, it's still on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNoCsxhbdo8

But there is apparently no way to find it from the youtube search, even if you search the title EXACTLY.

Same with my Sam Tripoli interview. I had to find them by googling them instead of using youtube search. Youtube censorship is getting creepy.

20 Things I’ve Learned in my 20 Years as a Software Engineer by magnora7 in programming

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Great article, I agree strongly with a lot of the points made

discussing whether or not vaccines are safe or not is not allowed on reddit. by humancorpse in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Except on /r/conspiracy, everywhere else it's banned basically. Of course this is done with the purpose of making anyone who questions it look crazy just by the fact they're conversing under that name. Same with a lot of other controversial topics.

Like 90% of reddit is basically a billboard now, including the comments

‘Unprecedented’ China Power Outages: 2/3 of China in the dark due to intensifying coal shortages... is China about to implode? by magnora7 in videos

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I think the "projecting strength" part of this weak situation is that this story isn't really being told on MSM so most people are not aware.

I think one day china could just suddenly implode and it'll take most people by surprise. Like the USSR in 1991. But China is a ways from something like that, as long as their "economic miracle" continues for the Chinese middle class.

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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I've always heard great things about Corbett but I've not personally watched much of it. He does seem to be a good person to get quality information from, and I've rarely heard someone say otherwise.

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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They're definitely amping things up via the media, no doubt about that

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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No problem. Any time I get a piece of the big puzzle I try to share.

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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One thing noted in the book repeatedly is that laborers will have increased bargaining power after covid, and that's basically unavoidable to the point it needs to be embraced by governments in order to promote stability, according to Schwab

Dave Chapelle says he's 'Team TERF,' defends J.K. Rowling in new Netflix comedy special by jet199 in SuperStraight

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Not the world, just the media and the followers of the media. Which, granted, is a lot of people. But don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.

Dave Chapelle says he's 'Team TERF,' defends J.K. Rowling in new Netflix comedy special by jet199 in SuperStraight

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I agree it's good they're recorded for everyone to see.

Falsely portraying normal things as "extremist" is a way to normalize absurdity. Once logic is outside the Overton Window, it's no good.

Klaus Schwab (head of the WEF and who wrote "The Great Reset") mother's maiden name is Rothschild by magnora7 in Rothschilds

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Many world leaders have been seen reading the book "Covid 19: The Great Reset", finished in July 2020, handed out at the last WEF meeting.

It explains the coming economic crash and social crises caused by this pandemic, and how it will be used to guide the upcoming next evolution of governance styles.

It expects revolutions that will increase worker pay and increased union support, as has happened all prior pandemics in human history.

Also it notes there will be an increase in nationalism, among many other effects.

Anyway, the point is that the WEF and Schwab are some of the most powerful forces in global politics, and it is unsurprising to find that his mother is literally a Rothschild, the very family that has owned most western central banks since the 1820s.

Ivermectin against Cancer by zyxzevn in Ivermectin

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Weird. It seems certain random things are completely out of stock at random times. I don't know if it's because of all the shipments at sea not being able to unload or what. Which I hear is itself a manufactured crisis.

Yeah down south we can't have basements because they always crack and flood lol. Would be nice to have during tornado season though

Remember this? -- Reddit Is Being Manipulated By Big Financial Services Companies by magnora7 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Interesting to think about this in terms of the profiteering from the pandemic. And also from the perspective of the ability of the WEF and Klaus Scwab to control their messaging via reddit through these same channels.

Also did you know Klaus Schwab's mother's maiden name is Rothschild? Lol.

Ivermectin against Cancer by zyxzevn in Ivermectin

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Maybe I should get a dehumidifier. I guess A/C helps dehumidify, but not enough to get rid of the mold.

Dave Chapelle says he's 'Team TERF,' defends J.K. Rowling in new Netflix comedy special by jet199 in SuperStraight

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Haha. I also came across this, another person interviewed by the author for this exact article, and most of their responses were ignored just like mine were: https://4w.pub/my-whole-conversation-with-kaitlyn-tiffany-for-the-atlantic/

I never appreciated Saidit until... by Rastafoo in SaidIt

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Saidit may not be the newest-looking or flashiest website around, but the differences it does have are valuable to free speech, and I'm glad to be here with you all who recognize that!

Anderson Cooper on CNN years ago, going on about the massive pedophile ring involving many US Government officials and military personnel, some being high ranking. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Heh makes me wonder what kind of info snowden has over these intelligence agencies... Interesting to think snowden could be blackmailing them. Same with Assange perhaps.

You guys saw saidit got mentioned in a "The Atlantic" article a ways back, right? by magnora7 in SaidIt

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That makes a lot of sense, I agree with that analysis. New users saw their most extreme side right away and ruqqus admins didn't have a way to change that without just changing the whole site culture.

Anderson Cooper on CNN years ago, going on about the massive pedophile ring involving many US Government officials and military personnel, some being high ranking. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Cooper is "former" CIA. He knows how the sausage is made. He just says what he is told.

My guess is the people mentioned in the video were being thrown under the bus by the cabal. They're playing the blackmail card against these people, that we on saidit often talk about, with the purpose of ejecting them from the system of operations.

So this "bust" is probably actually just a way of removing the people they don't like. This is just my speculation though.

I think the downside is it was causing people to realize this ring might run deep, and they didn't like people realizing that, because then the blackmail doesn't work.

Also if they wanted to cause a massive revolution and to completely replace the government from scratch, they could expose all of them at once. Talk about having an ace up the sleeve

I never appreciated Saidit until... by Rastafoo in SaidIt

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That doesn't mean any one side is going to be able to bludgeon its own world view into others.

Which is why saidit doesn't have downvotes, so groupthink can't censor outside opinions via downvotes. A subtle, but important, difference from most other sites.

Ivermectin against Cancer by zyxzevn in Ivermectin

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Interesting thought. In South Texas there is a lot of black mold in houses and air conditioning systems because the humidity levels and temperatures are always so high. I often wonder how that impacts general health.

You guys saw saidit got mentioned in a "The Atlantic" article a ways back, right? by magnora7 in SaidIt

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It helped for sure, but I think their killer feature was their "US free speech" content policy.

Yeah that's a good point, but they were far from unique in that regard. This plus their CSS (and the fact the site worked smoothly) is truly the thing that set them apart. Then they just lost control of the culture once it grew past a certain size, and I think the ruqqus admin team fractured from external pressures (real or manufactured). So the craziness of the culture they manufactured ended up being their downfall, in a way. They had a tiger by the tail and lost control. Meanwhile saidit has a more level-headed culture, which is more sustainable.

You are right about us being able to run 5 websites for the cost of 1, that's one of our killer features. Aaron Swartz and Spez designed it well back in the day.

Amen to that!