Pfizer Scientists: ‘Your [COVID] Antibodies Are Better Than The [Pfizer] Vaccination.' by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Yeah all the studies show natural immunity after having covid is about 20x as effective as any vaccine available

Can you trust a psycho? by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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I have a hypothesis about this: Fauci is going to get sacked for the puppy stuff, and the actual crimes against humanity will be swept under the rug. Just like Cuomo and his sex scandal that cost him his job, after he killed a bunch of seniors...

They get "caught" on small-time stuff, and the big-time stuff gets deliberately ignored. Then the media goes "justice was done, what more do you want?"

All a big scam, and then he can retire to his mansion.

Straight from the horse's mouth: Klaus Schwab, himself telling us about the next step in The Great Reset in his own words by magnora7 in videos

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Marianne Rothschild is the mom's maiden name. It's covered up

US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, suggests imposing a tax on unrealized capital gains. This means stock gains will be taxed even when they have not been sold. It also means that taxes will be owed when the value of a home appreciates, even though it has not been sold. by magnora7 in politics

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Until the next revision expands it to the top 1%, then the top 10%, then the top 50%, and suddenly it's a vehicle to destroy the middle class. Just like all the other tax increases of the last 40 years basically

Straight from the horse's mouth: Klaus Schwab, himself telling us about the next step in The Great Reset in his own words by magnora7 in videos

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Yes his mother's maiden name is Rothschild in my understanding

US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, suggests imposing a tax on unrealized capital gains. This means stock gains will be taxed even when they have not been sold. It also means that taxes will be owed when the value of a home appreciates, even though it has not been sold. by magnora7 in politics

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Good idea. I'm going to also backward-project all the future losses from the hyperinflation I assume is going to occur and amortize them across the next 3 years. I'll never pay taxes again lol

"I had flourished in Davos and in other global circles of power not in spite of my being an addict, but in no small part because I was one. The high which proximity with power, fame and wealth fuelled in me wasn’t that different from the high I felt when I did drugs." by magnora7 in corruption

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Yeah I agree. But look at his career before he wrote this lol, can you really be surprised he still thinks that way? I'm glad he at least had the balls to write the article, because I bet most people in his position would be afraid to write an article like that

The hierarchy by magnora7 in Infographics

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Here's how it works:

The people interact with religion, media, and schools to form their ideology.

They buy things produced by the corporations.

The money to operate the corporations comes from the banks.

Where the banks send money is determined by the think tanks.

Which think tank's ideas are taken seriously is determined by the 300 and the 13.

And the overarching goal is set by the very top (The Rothschilds, in my understanding).

And then watching over it all, is the eye representing God.

Funny how the goals of this hierarchy's "God" line up with the goals of the Rothschilds so often. I'm sure it's just coincidence /s

The hierarchy by magnora7 in Infographics

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The 13 families are:

  1. The Astor Bloodline

  2. The Bundy Bloodline

  3. The Collins Bloodline

  4. The DuPont Bloodline

  5. The Freeman Bloodline

  6. The Kennedy Bloodline

  7. The Li Bloodline

  8. The Onassis Bloodline

  9. The Rockefeller Bloodline

  10. The Russell Bloodline

  11. The Van Duyn Bloodline

  12. The Merovingian Bloodline

  13. The Rothschild Bloodline (of course the most important one of the 13, and likely the "World Monarch")

Straight from the horse's mouth: Klaus Schwab, himself telling us about the next step in The Great Reset in his own words by magnora7 in videos

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Yeah I agree. I just came across this short article about the WEF meetings in Davos and what they're like, and the author shares your sentiment: https://saidit.net/s/corruption/comments/8ia5/i_had_flourished_in_davos_and_in_other_global/

Straight from the horse's mouth: Klaus Schwab, himself telling us about the next step in The Great Reset in his own words by magnora7 in videos

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Yeah it's wild. The guy is weird. Here's an interview with Lynn Rothschild, who is Hillary Clinton's BFF (and is 100x more powerful than Hillary) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USIn8d38P90

You can see here wearing the development goals lapel pin: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=development+goals+lapel+pin&t=h_&iax=images&ia=images

You also see Klaus wearing this pin, as do many presidents and prime ministers.

These are the 17 sustainable development goals that the pin is in reference to: https://www.un.org/development/desa/disabilities/envision2030.html

Straight from the horse's mouth: Klaus Schwab, himself telling us about the next step in The Great Reset in his own words by magnora7 in videos

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"There may be other viruses"

"We have to invest in our security as a global community". I've heard him refer to this plan as globalism 4.0

Mentions climate change, saying it could be "the next big virus"

US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, suggests imposing a tax on unrealized capital gains. This means stock gains will be taxed even when they have not been sold. It also means that taxes will be owed when the value of a home appreciates, even though it has not been sold. by magnora7 in politics

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Classic democrats don't tax and spend and then also print 40% of the total money supply in one year, imo. The whole point of the taxing is so you don't have to print too much more money, which keeps inflation in check.

Straight from the horse's mouth: Klaus Schwab, himself telling us about the next step in The Great Reset in his own words by magnora7 in videos

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I've been reading his book that he gave to every world leader at the World Economic Foundation titled "Covid 19: The Great Reset". I've been watching videos of him lately to learn what his plans are... we should be studying this stuff imo. This is the guy calling the shots at the highest levels. Mother's maiden name is Rothschild. Chinese Gov't gave him highest honors just a few years ago, so this goes far beyond just the western world.

Note this is from Jan 22, 2021 so it's 9 months old. He doesn't do many televised interviews, I'm realizing.

Here's a different longer interview with him I found if anyone is interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQ3Q-CDoXlQ

There's only like 10 interviews of him in 2021 in total, it seems.

US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, suggests imposing a tax on unrealized capital gains. This means stock gains will be taxed even when they have not been sold. It also means that taxes will be owed when the value of a home appreciates, even though it has not been sold. by magnora7 in politics

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This is kind of insane. And this is coming from the head of the Federal Reserve, basically.

It's like they're trying to upset as many people as possible in order to incite a revolution deliberately? Or maybe they're just being greedy while they can, as not to waste a crisis?

They just printed 40% of the total USD money supply in the last year, and now they desperately need to drain everyone's unrealized capital gains too? Ridiculous. It's like they want America to implode. It may be reactionary in a way that's sensible from where they're sitting, but it seems like this is not a good idea in the long-run for the middle class. Remember when the goal used to be to grow the middle class, instead of destroy it?

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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Because they literally can't without causing a huge war that would probably destroy their existing country. They're working up to it

According to the Jewish Encyclopedia 1906, the Rothschilds are considered the guardians of the papal treasure. (X-post from s/Jesuits) by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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"He who controls the purse strings..."

It must be a nightmare to live in Chicago with the crackhead mayor saying shoplifting of less than $1000 won't be prosecuted. by cottoneyejoe in politics

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Hasn't that been the case in California for like a year now? Except the limit was like $950. And indeed people are just stealing tons of stuff... what a surprise

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Great, glad it works better for you! Thanks for the feedback.

/u/d3rr the corrections were good, nice job

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Hi we just updated the captcha system, so please invite your friends as signing up for an account should be easier, and the first couple posts should be easier too and then after that the captcha will go away. Cheers

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Sweet, nice update.

Alec Baldwin fired 'prop gun' killing crewmember, injuring another: sheriff by [deleted] in news

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Found the below information on reddit: https://old.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/qdmlkh/alec_baldwin_in_parking_lot_outside_santa_fe/hhnyv1i/


he was very loudly outspoken about how much he disproved of his filming company's decision to fire the union workers who walked out due to the impending IATSE strike, and hire a ton of scabs with zero set experience. The day after... this happened. the blame lies partly with him, but in my opinion it primarily lies with the production company who put everyone at risk.

the reason the crew walked out in the first place? the lack of safety on-set.

edit: sources are incoming, most are from the film crew directly on-set posting on their own social media. here's a twitter thread that is compiling sources atm.

edit 2: if you don't believe me and think I'm exaggerating, look at the @ia_stories instagram.

edit 3: I'm going to stop updating this thread and replying, more info is continually coming in and I can't update it every single time it does. Also I'm not defending baldwin, there'll always be guys like him, this is a systemic problem. Thanks

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Thanks for your feedback, what exactly was hard about it? Was it that regular letters were hard to identify, or was it that there were characters other than letters and numbers? We're working on improving it, but we have to have it a certain level of difficulty to keep this messageboard from being overwhelmed by bad actors, and we're still trying to find a good balance.

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Personally I've heard about 5 different people. I hate to potentially add more bot/shill activity by lowering the bar to entry, but it does unfortunately seem to be deterring actual legitimate users and limiting our growth.

Or maybe we could keep it the same difficulty, but remove it for posts, and only have it for registration. I'm not sure, but it does need to be more accessible it seems. I'll let you decide what is best

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Thanks for the feedback, glad to have you here. /u/d3rr is the one to talk to about the captchas. We had to make them difficult to prevent bot-registration which was becoming a problem, but it obviously shouldn't prevent normal users from signing up either, ideally.

The captchas go away after your account is a certain age. Are they really that bad?

How many active users does this website have? by IamCleaver in SaidIt

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Probably 200-500 people who are active at least once a month, and about 20-100x as many viewers. We get tens of thousands of pageloads a day, the overwhelming majority of people are lurkers. There are also some subs that are active that aren't shown on the front page like /s/LGBdroptheT

Are the administrators expecting a mass influx of new users from the late Ruqqus ? by The_Mad_Pirate in AskSaidIt

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Welcome to saidit!

Are the administrators expecting a mass influx of new users from the late Ruqqus ? by The_Mad_Pirate in AskSaidIt

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Yeah, we're completely ready. Just waiting for people to tell others about it by word-of-mouth

Alec Baldwin fired 'prop gun' killing crewmember, injuring another: sheriff by [deleted] in news

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Apparently while ranting about Trump, he discharged it at crewmembers...

Accident, or ritual initiation? You know how some gangs are like "you have to kill a guy to enter the gang"?

Could be a stupid accident too, but how does a blank hit 2 people, killing one?

MIT & Harvard Study Suggests mRNA Vaccine Might Permanently Alter DNA After All by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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Goalposts being moved during the pandemic, example #195

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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Yeah could be. We'll know it's true if that's how WW3 goes, I guess

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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The Temple is symbolic of the situation of ownership of the holy land, it's not just about the building

Legality of Wild camping in Europe by magnora7 in maps

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I think it's mostly illegal in the US.

There's also this related concept: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_to_roam

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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If it is a forgery, than a good question to ask would be, who forged it and for what purpose?

Good question. In my mind, there is a 70% chance it is real. But if it is forged, that is a great question.

Biden down to 36%, 'sinking like the Titanic by [deleted] in politics

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Not even the VP, but the deep state -- the lobbyists and "aides" that schedule everything the president does, what he signs, what bills come to vote, etc. The people that can't be voted out.

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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They've been working up to it: https://www.palestineportal.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/LossOfLandMapCard.png

It is their singular goal. They will not stop until it occurs.

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Could be, but it describes the events so clearly. It reminds me of that book "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" which, even if it is fake, is still hitting the nail right on the head in an oddly perfect way to describe the world today.

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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Yeah I agree with your overall synopsis. Freemasonry is hard to analyze, by design, as it is a secret society and all.

But what's extraordinarily clear to me after studying Freemasonry on and off is that it represents Zionism and the goal is to rebuild the Temple of Solomon. It's clear if you look up the names of all the 33 degrees, about half of them mention this. Retaking Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple of Solomon on Mt. Zion is the goal. Which means to tear down the Dome on the Rock, and to basically retake greater Israel away from Palestine.

And it turns out the people spearheading Zionism in London from the 1860s and on are the Rothschilds, culminating in the Balfour Declaration, which makes it pretty clear who is in charge.

So if we connect the dots, it seems that Freemasonry exists as a way to shoehorn Christians and other gentiles in to supporting geopolitical goals relating to Zionism, which is in turn the key project of the Rothschilds. And the Jesuits are the highly-trained people that work directly under the Rothschilds, who operate the central banks and the Churches, and the Freemasons operate the Police, Judges, Politics, and so on.

That's basically the gist of it, as far as I can tell.

They said comedian Trevor Moore died from alcohol poisoning at age 41, but it turns out he died from blunt head trauma after "falling from his balcony" by magnora7 in whatever

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You know, I just realized something. Every report of this says "alcohol was suspected because of empty bottles found in his home"

But there is never a blood report saying he had alcohol in his system... why?

It seems like that would've been trivial to test for, but they didn't. Sounds like a coverup to me. Reminds me of Avicii, who was found dead in Oman with his neck slit at age 28, and a broken bottle of alcohol nearby. So authorities "assumed" he was drunk and killed himself with the broken bottle randomly. Because that makes sense. /s

I don't think there were blood alcohol tests done on him either.

They said comedian Trevor Moore died from alcohol poisoning at age 41, but it turns out he died from blunt head trauma after "falling from his balcony" by magnora7 in whatever

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Kinda seems like maybe he was murdered, he did have a lot of controversial stuff that was exposing deep truths about certain bad actors and he was continuing to grow in popularity... It's definitely possible he fell accidentally while drunk, but it seems unlikely honestly because he was at his own house. And if it was suicide he would've left some form of communication, as communicating to others was his life's passion. I hope there is a thorough investigation.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Thank you as well, comments like yours is how we build a community. You have said a lot of important things to consider here.

Biden down to 36%, 'sinking like the Titanic by [deleted] in politics

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Perhaps, but now people hate biden so much the pendulum will swing the other way again

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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I agree, the internet is really blowing some things waaaay out of proportion and it's distorting people's view of reality.

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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Because they invented them, perhaps?

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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The first freemasonry lodge was built in Arkansas in 1866, so I don't see why such language couldn't be in use by people within that club.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Socio-economic hierarchies are a filtering system that filters for sociopaths. So the only solution is to reduce the size of the power structure, but this requires each individual to become more self-reliant and independent, which is not something most people are motivated to do until they realize how broken the power structure is because it destroys their life in some way or another.

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

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Definitely the most dangerous part of the video. 2nd is when he almost runs in to the yacht, lol

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Yup, you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink.

You can show someone a thought but you can't make them think.

It's good to just keep planting seeds, and taking care of your mental health so you have a good time on this Earth while planting seeds.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Yeah it's a mess, it's like they waited for a moment when everyone was distracted by coronavirus to pass a crazy bill that wouldn't have ever passed otherwise. A lot of places seem to be doing that right now...

The Albert Pike letter by magnora7 in corruption

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This is always the main criticism of the letter. It's not impossible they invented the term beforehand, if this plan is indeed real. It could be fake though, I just think it's interesting

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 [deleted] 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 [deleted] 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.