White Supremacists Want a Dirty Bomb (Vigte: Press X to doubt?) by Vigte in politics

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On Dec. 9, 2008, police raided the home of the millionaire James Cummings in Belfast, Maine. Cummings was an abusive husband, and he had been shot in the head by his wife, but that wasn’t what still disturbs investigators to this day. At Cummings’s home, police obtained radiological material and literature on constructing a dirty bomb.

Ok

More than a decade later, on Aug. 3, 2019, a gunman posted an anti-immigrant, white nationalist manifesto on a far right forum, walked into a Walmart on the East side of El Paso, Texas and opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle, killing 22 people..

Uh huh?

The Islamic State declared its intent to get its hands on a nuclear device in its propaganda magazine Dabiq. Al Qaeda trained the domestic terrorist José Padilla in Egypt and Afghanistan and then sent him back to the United States to detonate a dirty bomb.

Ok, sounds about right?

The budding nationalist white supremacist terrorist movement in the United States is no different.

Poor logic based on assumption, but I'll keep reading.

“The goal of the white nationalist movement is to disrupt the current society in enough of a way to inspire other people to pick up arms against the government,” Assistant Anthropology Professor at Vanderbilt University with a specialization in white nationalism, Dr. Sophie Bjork-James

You should probably "re-specialize" I think times have changed since what you remember, old timer...

So, aside from two disconnected events - which they throw away by saying "its ALL connected!!!" and some "nukes bad" repeated over and over - just another classy hit piece with some fear mongering sprinkled on top. Lovely.

Edit:

Four neo-Nazi roommates lived together until one of them converted to Islam and shot two others for disrespecting his religion.

Wow, such white supremacy!

These are not isolated incidents; in 2004 and 2013, the FBI arrested two white supremacists interested in acquiring and detonating a dirty bomb.

Moreover, these are not “lone wolves.” They are part of an extremist network bound by white supremacist ideology, far-right hate, and online indoctrination. And there is no shortage of evidence that they want to acquire their own radioactive weapons.

LMAO, except you seem to have a fairly difficult time linking them all together...

Protest in Zimbabwe gets violent as police clash with demonstrators (Vigte: here we can observe the three types of police officiers...) by Vigte in WorldNews

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The police in the front rush in - and spank everyone once and only once with the batons in an effort to get them to move along - the one dude is about to spank the old lady and she's like: "fuck that I already had one!"

In the back however, we can see officers ignoring an (hopefully) unconscious person, while having a bit of tiff with someone else.

The police chief - who I am certain is only concerned with "optics" - intervenes, thankfully - though probably not for altruistic reasons.

As I said, here we can see the three types of officers:

1) People doing it for a genuine desire to get the job done in a reasonable manner (again, don't know each person individually, but I presume these are the types of people who take the job to try and make their community a better place).

2) People who take the job to use the authority to abuse others.

3) The police chief is a difficult call - is he a #1 or is he a #3 - a socio or psychopath who is clever in their abuse of power - an intelligent #2.


Edit: I should analyze the dude getting beaten up too:

His screaming feels insincere to me, but I won't lie - he got the SHIT kicked out of him a few times in the arm and the legs and head...

Notice the reluctant and dispassionate "kick" the officer gives him after the chief shows up and then the officer just wanders off to find a new victim...

A most genius defense mechanism to "turn off" (in an almost sexual sense) a bully?

Dude's got a warcry for daysssss.

B.B. King - Baby I Love You (feat. Bonnie Raitt) by Kangbanger in music

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"Like a rolling stone, A like a rolling stone, Like the FBI and the CIA, And the BBC, BB King, And Doris Day, Matt Busby, Dig it, dig it, dig it"

Since even back in the Beatles time there were conspiracies about replacing famous musicians ;)

Sleeping Giant by The_In-Betweener in Memetics

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Yes! Lmao, yes yes yes.

It's beautiful isn't it?

Almost, too beautiful...

Next contract. by Jesus-Christ in ElderScrolls

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I'm sorry. - r/conspiracy. (Vigte: It begins) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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No, I'm acting like you consistently want your take on the matter to trump all other user comments on the thread.

Sometimes I am busy and only have a short amount of time to dedicate to "my take" - others, I spend more time, when I have it. Edit: This link is kind of a fractal representation of what I am talking about. You will say I didn't spend much time on it and it's not my best post, but I also don't feel like wasting the time looking for a better example. You see what I mean - about wasting time and efficiency? It kind of doesn't matter what someone thinks of it, when you know it's working for you.

My time is important to me - and I take out of it to share things and sometimes, that sharing is cutting into work or other such things, so it's not really a priority, but I want to share it anyway. Sorry if that doesn't "work for you".

Ah, I see you're using public ridicule as an argument against my opinion.

Like you did to begin this conversation?

Regardless of that, if you thought I was calling you silly, I was absolutely not! It is an experience I've had a lot on Reddit and once or two on here however and I seek to avoid the wasted time and negativity by distancing myself from titles that might seem unsettling.

Again, I was not referring to you in that sentence - or any of the other examples, I was explaining why I do it (because of OTHER people).

Well, I think that since the users select what to send in AND have the ability to both change the title or make a new one, the user have editorial responsibility over those parts of the post and even a bit of responsibility for the validity of the content.

I present the title of the article (as brought to you by whomever it is authored by) and then add my opinion on the end - when I don't have time to make a huge "submission statement" - which I enjoy taking my time on. Everyone is free to ignore it if they wish, it's not my loss.

I don't consider posting one's own comments in the post title as an improvement in efficiency,

You may not, but it works for me when I'm in a rush.

but I DO consider the use of visibility tactics as a desire for attention.

Or to facilitate visibility to share pertinent information that I found that I feel may be valuable to others - considering the state of affairs.

Edit 2:

No, I'm acting like you consistently want your take on the matter to trump all other user comments on the thread.

And if that is how is appears, I sincerely apologize.

I'm sorry. - r/conspiracy. (Vigte: It begins) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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You're acting like I speak in the third person consistently like some lunatic, when all I am doing is ensuring visible difference between the headline and an "analysis" which isn't long enough to warrant posting within the thread.

Or to differentiate my opinion from the headline, to ward off inevitable argumentation and semantics, for example this. Some people are silly enough to think the title of the posted article, reflects the beliefs of the poster - a common mistake I don't particularly feel the need to waste my time with, when I can openly mock the stupidity of the article, in the thread title.

Don't mistake visibility tactics and efficiency for a desire for attention.

Mystery Solved. by Vigte in funny

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The War for the Final Pez was one for the ages.

Jeffrey Epstein conspiracy theories run riot, with Trump’s help (Vigte: Meanwhile on r/politics - threads filled with people waking up... get in there, help them! They are literally confused and open to new ideas! This is perfect for us) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I never said he didn't?

I was merely pointing out that we can expose the false left right dichotomy while these people are still full of questions - before the "news" can "fill them in" (with concrete.)

I'm sorry. - r/conspiracy. (Vigte: It begins) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Do you hear the drums?

Woodkid - Run Boy Run by Vigte in conspiracy

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I know this probably belongs in s/music but there's a dual purpose to posting it here.

1) It's (one of) my general research songs - I think the lyrics illustrate the situation we're in (and it has a lot of energy)

and

2) It's full of symbolism, but I'm not big on analysing stuff like that.

Anyway, enjoy the song and keep your spirits up, we're going to win eventually.

BREAKING: Two guards at the MCC (Mass. Correctional Center) who normally have overnight shift that watches over suicide risk inmates, were both told to leave area 3 hours earlier for scheduled "Maintenance" to jail cells and hallways. This morning Epstein was found dead by magnora7 in news

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I swear, this is SO overt, so obvious - they push the SAME types of "tropes" in movies and TV for years - and then let it happen like this?

I swear, they WANT people to see this as a conspiracy.

I've been saying it for almost a year now - they are MAKING people conspiracy theorists ON PURPOSE - so they can overthrow the "old way" and introduce their "new order" - bright and shiny environmentalist legislation that (appears) free of corruption and hatred - something that will be acceptable to both the left and the right.

Mark my words.

Mystery Solved. by Vigte in funny

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I shamelessly admit I stole this from Reddit and I don't give a duck!

Massive old Deep Sea Jellyfish Filmed in Abyssal Waters by BillionDollarEgg3 in whatever

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No

Edit: Sorry but that thing is just so many kinds of "No, thanks."

[Resource] "Hmmmm" - meme template. Words not really necessary for it - but I figured I'd share it as a resource for anyone who's out there fighting. by Vigte in conspiracy

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Nothing special, just sharing some shit I bashed together in 5 seconds to plaster all over Reddit politics.

Maybe you can use it too?

Edit: pretty sure I messed up on "who's" but whatever, too tired to care.

Bloomberg - The Fate of the World’s Largest ETF Is Tied to 11 Random Millennials (Vigte: The fuck?) by Vigte in news

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Thanks to a quirk in the legal structure used to set up the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust, known as SPY, more than $250 billion rests on the longevity of 11 ordinary kids born between May 1990 and January 1993.

LMFAO.

Those children are now carving out careers in public relations, restaurants and sales, spread around the country from Boston and Philadelphia to Alabama and Utah. But none of the eight spoken to by Bloomberg News was aware of their role in investing history.

At least 8 of the 11 named in SPY’s documents have a family connection to the American Stock Exchange, which structured the first ETF and was bought by NYSE Euronext in 2008. For example, Most -- the grad student -- is the grandson of Nathan Most, one of the creators of SPY.

Oh yeah... keeping it (power, in this case, rather than money) in the family.

Claire McGrath was a lawyer in the options division of the AMEX in the early nineties. She remembers a call going out for babies’ names that could be used by the trust and volunteered her son, Kevin, and two nephews, Paul and Peter Pavelka.

Seriously?

Jay Baker, now director of capital markets at Exchange Traded Concepts, an ETF issuer, says he put forward his daughter’s name. “They needed some names,” said Baker. “I think somebody said ‘Would you volunteer your daughter?’ and obviously she didn’t have a say in it -- and I was fine with it. It was just part of the process.”

That sounds weird to me... just... weird.

One of the few non-AMEX-related people mentioned in SPY’s documents is Elizabeth Angel, an Atlanta-based engineer, and daughter of Jim Angel, a renowned finance professor at Georgetown University.

I guess you're either part of the structure/network, or you ain't shit - but we all knew that.

Look at the jobs these people hold too, I'd consider them "successful" - I bet they all wear their fancy pants and tow the line just right!

Alexander Most, 27, who’s about to start graduate school, studying education, policy and management

Kevin now works in PR in New York, while Paul and Peter are based in Philadelphia, tending bar at a trendy restaurant and working for the city’s water department, respectively.

Birmingham, Alabama-based siblings Rian and John Imwalle (no more info?)

Emily Weber, 26, who works in enterprise sales in New York.

Elizabeth Angel, an Atlanta-based engineer


SPY isn’t the only ETF set up in this way. Seven other funds were also set up as unit investment trusts, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

So this is basically a tactic then? Not just a one off - good to know.

Jewish officials: 9/11-style response needed against white supremacists - American Politics (Vigte: No, I didn't change the title) by Vigte in politics

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Figured I'd extinguish the inevitable flame war before it even happened...

Jeffrey Epstein suicide aftermath photos, leaked pics from the hospital by tejmar in Death

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I read FDNY as "FONY" (Phony) on first glance...

What a joke...

Chase Bank Forgives "All Outstanding Credit Card Debt" For Canadian Customers by magnora7 in finance

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unless the debt was so incredibly insolvent that the assumption is it will mostly never be paid off...

Welcome to Canada...

Saidit Rules for Moderators by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Sounds good to me!

A Crashed Israeli Spacecraft Spilled Tardigrades on the Moon (Vigte: Niceeeeee.... /s) by Vigte in space

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The spacecraft was carrying the foundation’s first lunar library, a DVD-sized archive containing 30 million pages of information, human DNA samples, and thousands of tardigrades, those microscopic “water bears” that can survive pretty much any environment—including space.

But when the Israelis confirmed Beresheet had been destroyed, Spivack was faced with a distressing question: Did he just smear the toughest animal in the known universe across the surface of the moon?

slow clap (I don't even know what to say.)

This Will Not Make You a Superhero (or a god) by Vigte in conspiracy

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Just another good video from Truthstream to get the old thinkin' machinery going.

Canadian teens suspected in killing spree are believed to be dead after bodies found by Vigte in WorldNews

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What ways can two "murderers" show up as corpses in the wilderness?

Only a few options...

1) They offed each other

2) They offed themselves

3) Someone offed them

3a) They were patsies (and someone offed them)

3b) They were patsies and offed themselves out of fear/blackmail/etc

4) There was an accident and they drowned

The amount of propaganda on the internet over the last few days has been crazy by magnora7 in whatever

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I'd say that (at least) the shootings (as with most things "they" do) have a dual purpose:

1) Distract from Epstein

2) Feed into the "Conspiracy theorists are terrorists" tripe that magically comes out at the perfect time...

Plenty of other side bonuses, but those are the "active" ones, rather than "passive" like:

3) Gun Control

4) Psychological conditioning etc etc etc

FBI agents association calls on Congress to make 'domestic terrorism' a federal crime (Vigte: r/Politics has some good points?) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Mainly, that this is a dangerous idea:

---480G

I thought terrorism was already illegal. No?

---AngelaMotorman

Not domestic terrorism.

---480G

But isn't that kinda like: pasta is illegal. Let's make macaroni n cheese illegal too! ??

---code_archeologist

It is a jurisdictional problem.

When a crime is committed in Texas it is within the jurisdiction of Texas State investigators, but not within federal jurisdiction unless the law broken is also a federal crime, the criminal is a foreign national, or the crime crossed state lines.

So most of the domestic terrorist attacks are staying inside a single state's jurisdiction, and the FBI is only acting in a consulting role. As a result if there is a network of domestic terror cells, the FBI has not been able to run the investigation across state lines to identify such, or collect data that would allow them to identify markers in order to interdict domestic terror.

A later reply in the chain reads:

---kin_of_rumplefor

So why not U.S. soil = federal grounds. My mind is kind of blown that domestic terrorism isn’t considered a federal offense.

--- Jasrek

Because then every crime would be a federal crime and states would surrender their law enforcement authority for local crimes.

Cloudflare terminates service for 8chans by Ian in Internet

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Welcome To The Old Internet Again! by BillionDollarEgg3 in technology

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Ahh nostalgia of old internet... You're the man now, dog

(hopefully someone else knows this site...)

Anybody getting sick of games on PC? by Lambdadelta in PCGaming

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PC is getting loads of PSN and XBLN knockoffs

I think this has to do with the "quantity over quality", the flooding of the market who see it as a huge opportunity.

To do any modding these days, half the editors, half the mod tools, even the mods themselves often times, are available exclusively on steam.

Or cost an arm and a leg... I mod for personal preference - and there's only so much you can do without a 3d modelling studio or specialized file extension stuff... very frustrating.

Most games are either valve steam exclusive, epic steam exclusive, ubisoft steam exclusive, you simply don't have a choice in the matter.

Similar to how things like oil industry developed. Just the consolidation of properties and cash.

And yet, I don't think these gems are enough to make the PC significantly more tolerable when it comes to games.

They USED to be... but I agree, the quality is declining and the choices are being either ported quickly to other platforms or just ripped-off, copies of copies of copies, etc.

Personally, I see it as the developers no longer being accountable for the things they produce. The major "triple A" studios now have so much money that they can produce crap and it won't matter. 20 years ago, if Westwood put out a single crappy game, they would have gone bankrupt, but now... "eh, we can absorb the loss of a few million fans".

The gaming industry is something I've focused on, while searching for real world examples of "how much money, is too much".

11 Lovecraftian monsters that aren't Cthulhu by BillionDollarEgg3 in books

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Hastur, the "King in Yellow" has a lot of "fictional" uses that tickle the conspiracy part of my brain.

Most notably (and non-fiction, allegedly):

We looked at the art. Eugene knew a lot about art. He told me that the (Alpha) Lodge had a few Adolf Hitler originals. He said that Art Deco was very Left Hand Path, but I don’t remember it much. Stuff about angles and commanding attention. He spoke about propaganda techniques, the king in yellow (whoever that is), Africa, their control of politics, the media and advertising. This guy could talk and convincingly.

Edit: If you have any more sightings of the King in Yellow, please let me know.

Earth's Magnetic North Pole Has Officially Moved by Tom_Bombadil in whatever

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The only question I have is do they reach a certain latitude and slow down and begin to swing back - or do they continue accelerating until they "flip". Guess we're going to find out...

Pentagon: new laser tech can make people hear voice commands by TheWebOfSlime in news

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Quick review of the news story by one of my favorite conspiracy researchers

The article from 2007 in question

As for why they let people know about this - as the podcaster above says - it's because its going from developmental/experimental to the deployment/mass use phase. They want to be able to use it overtly, against "enemies" -> it's the definition of "enemy" that is dangerous, rather than just the tech.

Baby has penis amputated after nurse ‘pretending to be doctor’ botches circumcision by BillionDollarEgg3 in WorldNews

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Male. Genital. Mutilation.

(Don't bother trying to) change my mind.

FBI document warns conspiracy theories are a new domestic terrorism threat (Vigte: Yahoo! article thread, unlike the other, the sanity is higher in this thread) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Notable comments:

Wait what the fuck?! I must be reading this wrong, so the FBI is saying conspiracy theorists are a threat or “terrorists” because they might uncover actual real crimes/conspiracies of high level government officials? What the actual fuck is our country becoming?


The logical next step is naming QAnon domestic terrorists.


The idea of 'conspiracy theory' is so vague as to be useless.

Is it a 'conspiracy theory' to say that opioid manufacturers paid doctors to distribute their pills?

Sure it is. It's also true

Theories haven't been proven, but everything is just a theory until it is proven.


Seeing extended family members get sucked into the conspiracy theory vortex has been my greatest source of anxiety over the past few years. It is a dangerous sign of the mental collapse of a society.


No shit. People figuring out 9/11 was an inside job is going to create chaos. Calling that 'domestic terrorism' is a new level of orwellian bullshit. The bastards.


My younger, conspiracy theorist self would have thought "Oh, OF COURSE the FBI would say that!"

But now that I'm not a conspiracy-believing teenager, I see how /r/conspiracy has been taken over by alt-right 4chaner white supremacists and I recognize that this is a huge problem. We used to just talk about perpetual motion machines and UFO's, and how the government was covering up their existence. I no longer believe any of that stuff, but those were better times for the internet.


White supremacy is the new domestic terrorist threat and it should be acknowledged as such. As far as conspiracy theories go, we may live in a time where they have a right wing flavor, but left-wing conspiracy theorist have also been around for a long time and often came out of the aftermath of failed FBI and CIA programs that targeted left-wing activist groups. So, pardon me, but I don't trust the FBI to talk about conspiracies farther than I can throw them.


It's interesting how they choose to abstract from different kinds of terrorism.

An Arab Muslim right-wing conspiracy theorist commits a terrorist act: "Islamic extremism."

An American white-nationalist right-wing conspiracy theorist commits a terrorist act: "Conspiracy theory-driven extremism."

Really makes you think...


The FBI said another factor driving the intensity of this threat is “the uncovering of real conspiracies or cover-ups involving illegal, harmful, or unconstitutional activities by government officials or leading political figures.” The FBI does not specify which political leaders or which cover-ups it was referring to.

"Yeah we got caught doing illegal things and covering them up but you can believe us when we say THESE conspiracies are fake."

FBI memo warns QAnon poses potential terror threat: report (Vigte: Let the r/politics circlejerk begin!!!) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Some of my "favourites":

You know it's gone too far when the authorities consider white people to be fucked up.


So that's what the whole "designate Antifa as a terrorist group" is about. Trying to get out ahead.

Interesting, they don't seem to know it already IS designated as one...


Right-wing radio LOVES talking about the deep state. Rush & Hannity and all those other yahoos are domestic terrorists.

Lmao, this guy can't even SEE outside the box... probably would be like "Q what?" "Alex Jones who?".


Jesus Christ America. Can you even try to have some pride in your country and yourself and not fall for obvious idiots encouraging violence on the internet?

Pot, I'd like you to meet kettle.


What was their first clue? Like the actual bombs they send?

Lmao... I must have missed the "actual" ones... any validity to this?


On the one hand, this is true.

On the other hand, high level concern about deepfakes, conspiracies, etc. - I wonder how exactly how many powerful people are concerned about what's in Jeffrey Epstein's files and safes, and how many of them are pre-emptively seeking ways to discredit what may emerge.

Had to go half-way down to even find a single grain of sanity.


That much collective stupidity is unquestionably dangerous, to themselves and others.

Oh back to it - that's the line I was waiting for "dangerous to selves and others" - that is what they want.


Wasn't QAnon the driving force behind Pizzagate? If so, they LITERALLY got someone to drive to a pizza parlor with a gun and demand to see a nonexistent basement. This situation could have ended much worse than it did. That sounds like terror threats.

uhm, wow - these people are literally misinformed and the cog. diss. is so strong, they would probably attack me if I tried to help them understand the facts.

Fuck the world.

Study: ‘Trans Women’ Athletes Hold ‘Intolerable’ Advantage over Biological Females by maxsaidit9999 in Sports

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Why did they need to pay for the study, when any one of us could have just told them that for free...

sigh lol... oh well.

How Hong Kong protestors deal with tear gas by BillionDollarEgg3 in WorldPolitics

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Love it.

The "Game Over" backpack really illustrates the situation in many ways... ("new" vs "old", regular ppl vs a murder machine, etc etc etc)

Nardwaur VS Bill Cooper-1993 Radio Interview by Vigte in conspiracy

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He is annoying indeed, I think it's the "cover" he uses to appear normal to people who don't know some of the names he's dropping and questions he is asking (and to be "quirky" for MTV, of course)... and the REAL question is: where does this Nard get his information from... the cooper interview was in 1993. Did you notice how taken aback (but quickly Cooper recovered) when he asked him: "So you have a degree in photography yes?". Hell, I never even knew that - and I've done as much Coopering as I can over the years...

I posted another related thing, where a researcher talks about Bill's autopsy report and his overall health and the possibility he committed suicide by cop.

Nardwaur VS Mkultra-Is there more to Nardwaur than meets the eye? (Vigte: MUST SEE info...) by Vigte in conspiracy

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Katy Perry admits on film that her father was the acid dealer for Timothy Leary of MK Ultra Fame...

among other things...

Please check out the other three posts in this series

'The worst': Gordon Ramsay slammed for 'cruel' stunt while filming in New Zealand by SierraKiloBravo in NewZealand

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Interesting. By this logic, perhaps it's possible to outline the "acceptable behavior" of the "coming new world order" (whatever that means) - and determine the end point, before "they" actually reveal it.

IE: a global, diverse uni-culture, pro-vegan, pro-censorship etc etc.

Perhaps there is some sci-fi/classic literature that describes said society that we could look to for more clues...

(not being sarcastic/trollish or anything, I have a headache and I just can't do the brain-work required to answer the above at the moment). Anyone have any ideas of something that might fit the bill (aside from the usuals like 1984/BNW etc)?

Josh Reeves-7-16-19(Full Show,Uncomfortable Truths,Bill Cooper,Nardwaur,Mkultra,Theranos) (Vigte: Time stamped podcast, regarding the "Nardwaur" and other celebrity posts I've been making) by Vigte in conspiracy

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The Cooper time stamp is here.

Josh looks at the autopsy and concludes Cooper's death was "suicide by cop" because he was riddled with health problems and "wasn't going to live much longer". A faux martyrdom?

Nardwaur VS Bill Cooper-1993 Radio Interview by Vigte in conspiracy

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Very odd interview for an MTV music interviewer to be having, wouldn't you say?

Disinfo buffet? Clashing shills? Set-up?

You be the judge.

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Naomi Campbell's Birthday Party(Bombshell Jeffrey Epstein Information) (Vigte: MUST see info!!) by Vigte in conspiracy

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Video speaks for itself.

Holy. fugging. Shit.

Naomi Campbell, "Russian James Bond", Joe Rogan, Dave Chappelle, Vanilla Ice, Corey Feldman, Courtney Love, Epstein, Nardwaur, all kinds of insanity in this video.

Edit: forgot to mention, the only error in this video, is that the Eye of Horus house on the island, was never actually built - likely due to the later "spaceship house" you see in the video.

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Why Power Brings Out Your True Self - Nautilus by Vigte in whatever

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This is a fairly interesting take on the "power corrupts" idea.

I've long thought that "the devil is within each of us" - rather than as a separate entity and I've often heard quotes like "if the leaves of your tree reach up to heaven, the roots must stretch down to hell" - etc etc.

If, power, as the article states, reveals who you really are, rather than changes you - well, it just gives pause for thought. The "best" human beings, may make the worst tyrants, in such a case. Perhaps, the old quote of "staring too long into the abyss" and "it staring back into you" is more of an internal thing, a Jungian interpretation of the "shadow self".

I guess, I see it like how "love" and "hate" are "interchangeable" in the brain, that the area responsible for these feelings are neighbors and thus the two emotions can exchange "memes" often. You may love something one day and then hate it the next, for example - lemon bars. You love them, then one day you eat one and puke - and from then on, you hate them.

Perhaps, "good" and "bad" are similarly "interchangeable" in our brains (given the proper external stimulus, like the above example I gave).

Just shootin' the shit, don't hold me to this like it's my thesis or something haha.

Why Power Brings Out Your True Self - Nautilus by Vigte in whatever

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Your honesty is refreshing!

Meanwhile on Shitit: r/politics talks about zionism and criticizes Israel, because: "Ocasio-Cortez on Israel: Criticizing the occupation doesn't make you anti-Semitic or anti-Israel" by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Seems like the plebs have been given permission from their overlord to criticize those who may not be criticized.

Following comment chain perfectly illustrates this point:

Legitimate criticisms should be listened to. No country should be able to dismiss every criticism as being hate speech.

then

We'll put. I've been frustrated by that narrative for years.

followed by:

pretty much. governments tactic is: when you can't get what you want with brute force, play the victim card and claim bullying

and then, back to usual:

So basically the Republican/fascist playbook.

Easy to spot the shills.

Refreshing to see normies talking about:

I mean it works for Isreal because they hijacked the atrocities that happened to the Jews in WWII. Nothing like profiting from the genocide of your own people.... My fuck.

Edit:

Some VERY specific trolling and thought-form redirection in this one:

If you check on Wiki, it was more of a push-pull phenomenon and during the recent Intelligence Squared debate, the point was made that Jews and Arabs had lived in relative harmony for centuries until Zionism told them Now you have a home and Arab nationalism responded in kind.

Are Black Holes Actually Dark Energy Stars? - Nautilus by Vigte in space

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I've read a lot about thunder bolts and the electric universe, but none of it is conclusive, as your absolute statement of "no" would imply.

It's good to keep an open mind and not dogmatically subscribe to any one philosophy.

New Coin by hennaojisan in funny

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Precisely how much I would pay her for her work on the GND.

A meme deserving of #1 spot on Reddit by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I agree, but if it was organic, I still bet this would have been up there lol.

I can picture all the people who thought it was a good idea being JUST like that haha

Meanwhile in the UK... by magnora7 in corruption

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His name was Millwall - and a single good act does not wash out the bad - or the bad, the good - but for that moment, he was a hero.

At least 13 dead, 30+ injured after man sets Kyoto anime studio on fire by Vigte in WorldNews

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My gf was pretty bummed about this - they made one of her favourite shows.

I hope they keep making it, just to spite the asshole who did this.

Edit: 33 dead now... perp in hospital...

From here:

A witness who saw the attacker being approached by police told Japanese networks that the man admitted spreading gasoline and setting the fire with a lighter. She told NHK public television that the man had burns on his arms and legs and was angrily complaining that something of his had been “stolen,” possibly by the company.

I love you guys by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Thank YOU, for not just laying down and going quietly into that silent night.

Meanwhile in the UK... by magnora7 in corruption

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victims of crime cannot claim money from them if they have serious convictions or have served time in prison."

So if you're a criminal and someone else commits a crime against you, tough shit?

That seems a bit... medieval, even to me - and I advocate for human zoos/best healthcare for the "Illuminati".

At least 13 dead, 30+ injured after man sets Kyoto anime studio on fire by Vigte in WorldNews

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Retagging u/Magnora7 for the above post, since editing it to make it work, doesn't seem to send the notification to the user.

Debris everywhere: At least 6 injured as gas explosion destroys house in Christchurch (Vigte: HMMMMM...) by Vigte in WorldNews

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Have to wait for more details, but what a coincidence!