Beware of false prophets by Muskrat in quotes

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I hate to break it to you, Musky, but socks is a paid shill. His purpose is to blend in, and then derail this community from what it was. He doesn't mean well.

Author Arthur Edward Waite mentioned the Jesuit influence over Freemasonry. (X-post from s/Jesuits) by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Capitalism is 500 years old, much older than the loss of traditionalist systems.

ravynOS - an OS aimed to provide the finesse of macOS with the freedom of FreeBSD by TheRealPanzer in technology

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What kind of functionality and customization does it lack?

First Annual Book Club Results Are In by FuckYourMom in whatever

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It's a good initiative. Have fun.

Don't use DuckDuckGo by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Oh right, I forget that there's a separate version called links. It's also used synonymously with links2, since the command doesn't include the 2. But no, there's no JS so cloudflare will bar you from a lot of sites. There's elinks which partially supports JS (through a module), and with tweaking you can also get it to display images as well. But it runs in a terminal, so headings have the same size as regular text. You have to be dedicated. For a more complete but still very minimal experience, try netsurf. That one works out of the box with a graphical interface and JS support. I'm not sure exactly how secure it is, but I think it doesn't execute all of the JS.

Why is this website a wretched hive of scum and villainy? by JewfatherBikesunwell in AskSaidIt

[–]LarrySwinger2 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Hi socks.

Don't use DuckDuckGo by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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What about other images? It should display them just fine.

The admins should implement a controversial tab by johndoyle in SaidIt

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The entire site is the controversial tab of Reddit.

Don't use DuckDuckGo by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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THIS WEBSITE WANTS TO INSTALL A COOKIE. DO YOU WANT TO ACCEPT IT?

On a serious note: links -g is actually a pleasant experience. The big problem is that it doesn't consistently store your browsing history.

Don't use DuckDuckGo by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Yandex sends Tor users captchas. I don't know Petal. Searx is great.

I won! by SoCo in whatever

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I wanted to make this post a while ago but only thought of making a screenshot after refreshing. Congratulations.

I Try All the Time. A song. by LarrySwinger2 in whatever

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Oh holy shit. I put this song in a word processor which gives the word count and guess what: it's 420!

/u/smokeDrugs /u/SloppyJoeBeaver

I think it's a sign. Alcohol should be dropped in favour of the bong.

I Try All the Time. A song. by LarrySwinger2 in whatever

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COVID vaccination did not cause any decrease in mortality on any age group. The death rate was also strongly correlated to poverty and obesity. (RG, August, 2022) by HibikiBlack in VaccineInjuries

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A pandemic had already been declared before we started PCR testing people on the hypothetical SARS-COV-2, based on a hundred or so deaths.

Women warned not to use discharge as perfume after 'vabbing' trend explodes by gogurt in whatever

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I suppose they should stop fingering themselves as well. Clickbait article covering junk science.

COVID vaccination did not cause any decrease in mortality on any age group. The death rate was also strongly correlated to poverty and obesity. (RG, August, 2022) by HibikiBlack in VaccineInjuries

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But then how is the reliability of the PCR test even relevant in determining whether or not there was an outbreak?

Github's Privacy Policy change sparks massive backlash as the platform reveals plans to ignore the Do-Not-Track header and introduces tracking cookies. by TheRealPanzer in privacy

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I never enable Do-Not-Track because I suspect that sites are already ignoring it, and that you'll only stand out more in the data if you do. Although I'd welcome browsers to enable it by default.

COVID vaccination did not cause any decrease in mortality on any age group. The death rate was also strongly correlated to poverty and obesity. (RG, August, 2022) by HibikiBlack in VaccineInjuries

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What do you mean when you say there was no outbreak? It does seem like there's a virus that's making people sick globally; doesn't that imply an outbreak by itself? Even though it's less prevalent than they make it out to be, it's still happening.

The IRS is recruiting people required to be willing to "carry a firearm" and "use deadly force" against their fellow Americans by Drewski in conspiracy

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It's happening.

I might delete like 20 more accounts but don't worry i'm not going anywhere im just having a little meltdown by [deleted] in whatever

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Name checks out. I'm not sure why I thought otherwise.

I might delete like 20 more accounts but don't worry i'm not going anywhere im just having a little meltdown by [deleted] in whatever

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I forgot the password to /u/LarrySwinger and didn't set a recovery email.

It's almost 50 degrees Celsius in Iraq right now by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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Do you think it's never been 50 degrees Celsius in Iraq in the past?

An age of consent of 16 or higher is ridiculous by trident765 in whatever

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Where are you from, India or something?

An age of consent of 16 or higher is ridiculous by trident765 in whatever

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Very eloquent.

Edit: I didn't expect Nuclear's comment to rise to the top. I'm sure the irony in my comment will pass over people's heads as well.

An age of consent of 16 or higher is ridiculous by trident765 in whatever

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Why 10 and not 9?

Web3.storage – Unlimited, free, decentralized data storage on IPFS by TheRealPanzer in DecentralizeAllThings

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u/Americanmuskrat deleted his account by gloomy_bear in whatever

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Hint: he's posted ITT.

Jacques de Molay was forced to confess the crimes of the Knight's Templars on March 14, 1314. There's a double pi reference in the date. by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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The Templars are purported to have uncovered ancient secrets about geometry from the Middle East. Pi is an important constant on which the dimensions used in ancient buildings are based. Then, in a great act of courage, this De Molay guy defends that same order which is supposed to protect these secrets, completely defying the torture with which he's being threatened. And the date happens to be 3/14/1314, with pi appearing twice. How amazing is that.

u/Americanmuskrat deleted his account by gloomy_bear in whatever

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You have our support Musky

Crab ashtray I had gotten for the wife, she replaced it with something she found at a yard sale by [deleted] in whatever

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So I saw that this was posted by deleted. Then I checked /u/AmericanMuskrat and saw that the account was gone, so I had the impression he left us. However, I realized that he had actually deleted that account a while ago, and then this post. Clearly he's still here.

(So I don't know under which account he made this post and why he deleted it but I'm not going to bother him about that now.)

My knee hurts and the wife is leaving me but fuck the mean old woman, how are you? by [deleted] in whatever

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What happened mang

Crab ashtray I had gotten for the wife, she replaced it with something she found at a yard sale by [deleted] in whatever

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FUCK where'd he go?

Oxford and Shakespeare by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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Have you seen "Selah" even used in a KJV?

Yes, it uses selah just like other translations do. Here's a list of instances.

Can we agree to disagree for now and pick this up again when one or both of us finds information?

Of course. I feel no need to convince anyone. Do keep me updated.

I wanted to show my cucumber too! by Bridgeheadprod in whatever

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You know how pussies feel intimidated when they're exposed to cucumbers? That'd be true especially for yours!

Oxford and Shakespeare by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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I think this is very far fetched and clearly an attempt to make things fit. First you're excluding Selah, and then you're including it without an explanation, to give one example of what's wrong with this method.

To be clear: I do think psalm 46 of the KJV is significant and that a message was encoded there. This one may also seem far-fetched, but bear with me. If the title of "psalm 46" is included, then "shake" has 46 words above it, and "spear" has 46 below it (including Selah). Except it doesn't fit precisely. If "46" from the title is counted as a word, then "shake" has 47 words above it. So we need to extract the 46, which is the second word. This gives us 2 and 46. If we make that 2 the second character, we get 426. Edward de Vere's supposed death was June 26, or 4/26.

I've seen this type of code before in relation to the whole Shakespeare episode. This can only be significant if 4/26 was a predetermined date i.e. De Vere faked his own death, but there are other hints that that's the case.

If you add 4/21/1564 together (a possible date for WS's birth since all we know is that he was baptized on the 26th and the custom was to wait three days from birth for baptism)

Three days before 26 April is 23 April, and that's also the accepted date of his birth. Of course, 'Shakespeare' had no real birth since it was a pseudonym, but I believe this birthday is part of the legend they intended. What's interesting about this is that he also died on 23 April. A lot of Christian saints have the same day of the year ascribed to both their birth and their death; this was a legend they'd create because the roundness of it would add to the perfection of their lives. This may have been done for Shakespeare too as a joke, further indicating that his life, too is a legend.

I would've loved to refer you to a source that shows that the type of code I described was used elsewhere in relation to Shakespeare, and another one that speculates about the record of Shakespeare's baptism having been inserted. However, I don't have them at hand. I'll include them in a more complete write-up that I will do later. But both are on this channel.

Shakespeare's Speed of Light by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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How are you even drawing this conclusion? There are lots of parallels between Edward de Vere and Shakespeare.

Shakespeare's Speed of Light by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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His writing is very different from what was published under the name of Shakespeare, that's why many reject him as the author. Edward de Vere is a more likely candidate. But Bacon does seem to be part of the project, encoding secret scientific knowledge in the plays and legend around Shakespeare. He seems to have taken over that role from John Dee after the latter died and Bacon became the head of Rosicrucianism. I don't know this, as I'm just going down this rabbit hole, but this is Alan Green's stance. Do check out the rest of his videos, he has great stuff.

The Sandy hook hoax. by jingles in whatever

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What I mean is that the footage in that video isn't fake in any way. It's best labeled propaganda. It's more content around a shooting which is assumed to be real, so as to instill the viewer with that same notion. But the footage itself doesn't prove anything either way and contains no red flags that demonstrate fakery.

The problem with Alex Jones is mostly his presentation, not his content. Spies mislead people by telling 99% facts to build up credibility, and only lying 1% of the time. In this case, people believing those lies and repeating them will lose credibility and also start doubting themselves. I remember Jones saying that bullets can change direction mid-air in one video. Nonetheless, his presentations on Sandy Hoax, 9/11 and the like do seem worthwhile. Just tread with caution.

The Sandy hook hoax. by jingles in whatever

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Does FBI control areas in such a way? I can see the CIA doing that, but I haven't heard about the FBI doing the same thing.

I didn't see anything noteworthy in that video. The footage was presented as having been shot after the shooting, not during.

The Sandy hook hoax. by jingles in whatever

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He changed his public stance on Sandy Hoax years ago after being pressured. He said on Joe Rogan that he now believes that people died based on the grieving parents (completely dismissing all the evidence of it being fake that he had presented).

The Sandy hook hoax. by jingles in whatever

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I agree, it looks very fake.

Here's my concern: if Jones is controlled opposition, can we trust his defense to be authentic? Perhaps the point was for him to lose. He was ordered to pay $4.1 million in damages, but he has enough funding. Meanwhile, this becomes a precedent to go after other people who tell the truth.

Post-quantum encryption contender is taken out by single-core PC and 1 hour by [deleted] in technology

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There's something else that used to be popular on the Internet, namely a one-word reply:

Fail.

Dad gets shamed for using a LEASH with 5-year-old quintuplets by HongKongPhooey in whatever

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You can't leash your kids. You can only muzzle them.

Would I be considered a femcel? by gloomy_bear in AskSaidIt

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btw I'm a girl

Willem Dafoe forced to use penis double in Antichrist as his own was 'enormous' and 'left people confused' by HongKongPhooey in whatever

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If that's so, why didn't they get Dafoe as Mark Wahlberg's penis double for the ending of Boogie Nights?

Doctor who cheered ‘No Jab, No Job’ suffers sudden heart attack. by iamonlyoneman in NoNewNormal

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No fight, no life.

u/enza left? by Airbus320 in AskSaidIt

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Man, I'm gonna miss him.

"Insults are grounds to be banned" says Chipit as he embraces trans woke ideology by HongKongPhooey in whatever

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It's not like I blew your cover. Nobody knows what your alt account is. Except the people who do.

Raw Meat Is All I Eat by OBA in conspiracy

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Eat Raw Meat = Blood Drools.

Alex Moyer has now made two movies in a row, TFW No GF and Alex’s War, that sound too much like journalism for today’s media. Moyer was criticized for not planting enough signs telling them — and audiences — what to think about disaffected loner men. It's a about alienation, just like Taxi Driver. by Chipit in Movies

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Our reality is, to a degree, simulated. First they create the circumstances under which mass shootings will seem normal, and then we start seeing those occur. But the one mass shooting after the other turns out to be fake. I'm sure there are real ones too, but the waters have become so muddied. At this point, it's just as artificial as islamic terrorism. It's a bogeyman, in this case to confiscate people's guns.

How many friends do you think yelgy and yabbit have, combined? by Melodic_Programmer in AskSaidIt

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Most likely. I'd expect more people seeing through this. Their comments aren't direct replies to the conversation at hand, that's how you can spot them. (There's some cleverness in their posts, but that doesn't demonstrate intelligence by itself.)

6,000,001 by Tarrock in whatever

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1.

Gamble With Your Child's Health by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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Yes, that style comes closer to what I mean. Keep me updated.

A tweet showing a graph of ages and sexes of gaypox patients violated twitter's rules. by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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It's always been contracted by women and if you disagree, we will electrocute you until you parrot the Party line.

Gamble With Your Child's Health by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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Great idea, I'd say go for it! It'd be funny if you made the heads somewhat realistic and a tad too big for the body. There are some cartoons that employ this technique, although it's hard for me to grasp which, as I don't watch many. But I'm sure there's at least one very popular one. I'm also thinking of Angela Anaconda; check out their style.

Gamble With Your Child's Health by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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To be honest: I see a lot of these comedic illustrations where it seems like there isn't much to it. Especially in newspapers. I just made up something in that vein. You should definitely go for something you're fully on board with.

did god write the bibble by yelgy in AskSaidIt

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They didn't remove books from the canon. The canon wasn't discussed at the Council of Nicea. There were different sects with different canons. What became Orthodox Christianity settled on the canon we have in a completely natural way.

The protestant church did remove a couple of books from the Bible. These are books from the intertestamental period that the Jews didn't include in their canon to begin with. But that's another matter.

1 Enoch was only part of the Ethiopian canon. It wasn't excluded; it simply didn't become part of any other canons, and over time people started reading it less, and now there's a revived interest in it. Again: completely natural.

people wrote the bible

Nobody's contesting that. What Christians believe is that they were inspired by the Holy Spirit.

It's true there is no global warming by weavilsatemyface in environment

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Is this actual debate with two sides? On my Saidit?

On a serious note: the temperate has fluctuated throughout history, there's nothing special going on. There's no indication that this is man-made and will get out of control. There's no causal link between CO2 levels and temperature.

It's true there is no global warming by weavilsatemyface in environment

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Pangaea.

Gamble With Your Child's Health by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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It's more powerful if you make your own illustration.

Wife's lunch. I make her lunch every day I remember to. I've gotten made fun of for this oddly enough. I think it is frugal and a sweet gesture. by [deleted] in pics

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It's wholesome. My friends organize a Bring Your Own Lunch and I made them sandwiches last time.

Gamble With Your Child's Health by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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Keep it concise and don't put too much information in there. I find the junkies comparison funny.

"Beware of junkies" with that same image underneath works too.

Gamble With Your Child's Health by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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Text: THE NEW FAD.

Image: people shooting the vaccine up their own arms as if it were heroine.

Just an observation. by mystrT in memes

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And we're like Arabs.

Leftist Paradise (parody of Gangsta's Paradise by yours truly) by LarrySwinger2 in funny

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Thanks. I spent the entire evening on this.

Leftist Paradise by iamonlyoneman in funny

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Okay, this has inspired me. I wrote a song with this title.

Figging is the bizarre punishment-turned-sex act that uses raw ginger for pain by HongKongPhooey in whatever

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Figging? I'm friggin' diggin' it.

N.B. I just like puns. It doesn't actually sound appealing to me in any way, shape, or form...

Florida school board candidate says doctors who transgender kids 'should be hanging' from a tree. by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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Based.

Attention mischievous people, you might want to capture me by Vulptex in whatever

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Superb film. I don't know of anything that captures the mentality so well.

bbc just had a propaganda piece vs anti vaxxers for covid and it was utter bollocks. by NuclearBadger in whatever

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Why not download her series for her?

Elliot Rodger on Women by trident765 in nonmorons

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-- Some CIA agent

FTFY.

Attention mischievous people, you might want to capture me by Vulptex in whatever

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I mean, I'm into BDSM too, but this...

This is disturbing.

I'm drunk & lonely, send noods. Here is my small poker chip collection. by [deleted] in pics

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I'm drunk & lonely, send noods. Here is my small poker chip collection. by [deleted] in pics

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No, no, no, we've been over this!

Meta is suing Meta for naming itself Meta by iamonlyoneman in technology

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They've been suing companies left and right for ending their name in "book". Now they take someone else's name verbatim but good luck suing them: they have more money. That's how justice works under capitalism.

(Yes, it remains to be seen what happens, but the best case scenario is a settlement that doesn't mean anything to Zuckerberg. Obviously they aren't going to change their name.)

This happened 53 years ago today by [deleted] in whatever

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His points are probably reiterated from documentaries, and therefore not "pulled out of his ass," as you so eloquently put it. Are you trying to win an argument in the perception of an audience, or inquiring? Just ask what images he's talking about.

The rest of your comment is opinion, and while I agree it is definitely shady that so much data has been lost, it is a massive stretch to claim it never happened.

Okay, so you agree that the archival material has been lost. Then it's clearly more than opinion.

The given the sheer amount of people involved in the mission it is simply unrealistic to think they wouldn't be coming out of the woodwork left and right to blow the whistle, especially post cold war when it has increasingly popular to shit on america's achievements.

It's hard to determine whether or not there were whistleblowers when 11 people died under suspicious circumstances in relation to this. Also, it's clear that our intuition about people's willingness to blow the whistle on something is mistaken, as is evidenced from all the other conspiracies that have no whistleblower, or the fact that doctors worldwide are continuing with the jab-based genocide.

This happened 53 years ago today by [deleted] in whatever

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It depends on your definition of 'happened'.

The numerological significance of the day the coronavirus was announced by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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Exactly, that's why it's relevant.

The Myth that the US Leads All Nations in Mass Shootings by chottohen in propaganda

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They lead all nations in fake shootings.

The numerological significance of the day the coronavirus was announced by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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I agree with you, actually. I shared this link mainly for the time between individual events, not for the faux-gematria. Actual gematria is only done with Hebrew and Greek words, and I don't know of any instances where translations play a part. That'd introduce the problem of what the correct translation would be to begin with. It seems too obscure to be interesting to the perpetrators of these conspiracies.

The numerological significance of the day the coronavirus was announced by LarrySwinger2 in conspiracy

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Mixing in the number of months, and weeks, and days is unusual. I'm not sure I've seen that done before.

I've seen it done in Krypto-Kubrology. Here's an instance.

The Scythians are mentioned in the Bible. by LarrySwinger2 in history

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I'll give it a listen.

The Matrix has a passport that says "United States of America Date of Expiration 9/11." by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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It's on my todo list. I found this documentation on Shitter. The image contains some BS, namely the application of gematria to English. I'm not sure why it says "English Sumerian"; that isn't a language. But gematria is normally only applied to Hebrew or Greek. But the gaps between the days are very interesting. This is an example of Crypto-Kubrology.

Religion teaches compromise by trident765 in nonmorons

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This is contradicted by the almost weekly bombardment of an abortion clinic somewhere in the US. The legalization of abortion happened in the context of a weakening influence of Christianity; prior to that, it was heavily punished. Although that only begun in the 19th century, and before that it was only mildly punished. So it seems that a Christian world doesn't necessarily outlaw abortion, but it certainly can.

The Qur'an has a heavy emphasis on the dichotomy between heaven and hell; much moreso than the Bible.