Turkey's 12,000-year-old town about to be engulfed (new site I've never heard of) by Vigte in YoungerDryas

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"My grandchildren will not see where I grew up, where I lived. They will ask me, 'Grandpa, where do you come from? Where did you live?' What will I do? Show them the lake?" asks Ayhan, readjusting the scarf over his face.

The small town of Hasankeyf, in Turkey's Kurdish-majority southeast, inhabited for 12,000 years, is doomed to disappear in the coming months.

An artificial lake, part of the Ilisu hydroelectric dam project, will swallow it up.

Sinking the evidence. Again.

What the “intellectual dark web” gets wrong... by Jesus in conspiracy

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The IDW is just another pre-made offering to the dissident right, meant to act like a fire-wall, preventing people from moving further toward truth and stopping at "clean your room bucko" or "it's just an allegory for human behaviour"

It's a bunch of self-hating tribespeople, crypto-communists and sycophants - I can't believe I ever listened to any of their shit for even a second.

A partnership between missile manufacturer Raytheon and the Girl Scouts was the natural final step into military-industrial dystopia. by useless_aether in Antiwar

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Applied Satanism makes it sound semi-acceptable.

I'd go with something more like "Brainwashing minors" or "Mental rape" - or "Being an evil prick" :D

A partnership between missile manufacturer Raytheon and the Girl Scouts was the natural final step into military-industrial dystopia. by useless_aether in Antiwar

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This seems like an excuse to find semi-psychopaths and sociopaths and turn them over to full blown insanity.

I truly believe the percentage of people who are psychopathic or sociopathic has been rising in the last 20 years - that where it was once less than 1% it is (somewhere between) 1 and 5% now.

They are breeding minions from our children.

The Cult Of Baal Map - Dylan Louis Monroe - truther art by JasonCarswell in Art

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I haven't got any of them yet - still waiting on my bank lol.

The Cult Of Baal Map - Dylan Louis Monroe - truther art by JasonCarswell in Art

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Josh has just put out a 3 part, 6 hour film called Mystery Hollywood - each part is 10$ I'm thinking I need to get them.

He did a live stream of the first episode for free, but deleted it afterward, it's his usual high-quality stuff (like Spellcasters Vol I)

H.R. 115: Protecting Diplomats from Surveillance Through Consumer Devices Act by i_cansmellthat in VigtesSickofThisShit

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Totally sick of this "rules for thee, not for me" shit!

What do you think we can do about it though? One set of rules for a "human being" (regardless of position/status etc) - maybe another simplified set of rules regarding corporate spying?

Very complicated issue :\

Tsunami-generated sediment wave channels at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA | Geosphere (IS THIS IT?!?!) by Vigte in YoungerDryas

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Supplementary article

Supplementary video

The dates match - the method matches. They say it's a landslide detaching from the mountain - I don't think so - or if it was, once again: the dates match - Earthquakes could be an effect of the airbursting comet - or earthquakes <- volcanic activity <- airburst.

They are showing it as an isolate event - when this is a snapsnot of what was happening, all over the world (and has happened, multiple times in the last 12000 years - not just once or twice - but up to FIVE times).

Is this the first of the "great flood" discoveries?

Will such a discovery be co-opted by certain people that we all know love to corrupt and twist? How would they even do such a thing? Really gets the old almonds activated...

Doctor Who Cared for Ariz. Woman Who Gave Birth in Long-Term Coma Is Suspended... hmmmm by Jesus in news

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I read this as:

Doctor Who, cared for Ariz. woman.

This is a great theme! by Tom_Bombadil in VigtesSickofThisShit

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Are you sick of it?!

I'm sick of it!

Burn it all down! (in minecraft)

Welcome to: Sick of this Shit! by Vigte in VigtesSickofThisShit

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As long as it applies to the present world and is still going on - go for it, I won't hold you back!

"You don't have a credit card?!" by Vigte in VigtesSickofThisShit

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God yes, people can be as shitty as the credit card companies - it's just that they don't have the same amount of funding - or legal protection! lol

How cc companies can deplatform people by holding their brand hostage over things like paypal or patreon. Disgusting.

Corbett Report Extras "What’s In The 9_11 Papers" (2019-01-08) on YouTube by JasonCarswell in 911truth

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Literally: "Do not disclose" - industry operation manuals for Securline machinery still in use today.

It's legit. I'll eat... I dunno - 100 hot peppers if it's not :p

Cross Post: Philosophy Can Make the Previously Unthinkable Thinkable by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyPhilosophy

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Ethicists, at least within their academic work, are encouraged to be skeptical of intuition and the naturalistic fallacy (the idea that values can be derived simply from facts). Philosophers are also familiar with tools such as thought experiments: hypothetical and contrived descriptions of events that can be useful for clarifying particular intuitions or the implications of a philosophical claim. These two factors make it unsurprising that philosophers often publicly adopt positions that are unintuitive and outside mainstream thought, and that they might not personally endorse.

The philosopher is the pharmaceutical for pathological complacency, which is why you shall find it much maligned and ridiculed as valueless or ineffectual by those viruses that inhabit the body politic.

Saidit is becoming an echo chamber by wizzwizz4 in SaidIt

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Well obviously Mr "Me+7" is someone trolling me - as for me - it was a choice of name meant to ingratiate me with some people I was trying to investigate and let's leave it at that lol.

Former members of other sites, why'd you leave by gloriousArstotzkan in AskSaidIt

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Uh...

Gee... hm...

40 years of notes from someone: Invited to Satanists, transsexual prostitutes/black mass, uh... parties, stories, numbers/locations, mechanisms of power, encounters, people - "lore" and rituals...

Former members of other sites, why'd you leave by gloriousArstotzkan in AskSaidIt

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Vig-tay.

Comments, from what I and the people who pointed it out can determine, it was posting this

Yes, I've read it all.

All I can say is "The King in Yellow wishes to take you to Carcosa"