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Looking Forward to the Future

Todd Hayen

It seems to be a common consensus among shrew types that most likely we will end up in a world similar to the world of Mad Max, or 1984, or something even worse.

For me, A Brave New World sort of existence is more likely. Maybe that first, and Mad Max later—that’s possible. Maybe A Brave New World sort of place is too extreme—certainly for the near future it is.

So, what does seem likely for the next ten years or so? As is so often mentioned, the agenda loves to do things slowly. They have been executing this “slow boil” for quite some time now (some say for over a hundred years) and took an exception with the Covid pop.

That was fast!

But maybe “fast” isn’t the right word, the world has been prepared for decades to respond the way it did. So, the reaction to Covid was indeed a reaction expected after decades of priming and brainwashing. The pop itself was extreme but maybe not fast.

I think the “extreme” nature of the Covid incident did wake a lot of people up (me for sure) but it too wasn’t the first extreme to hit us. 9-11 certainly would count as a pop. Maybe a few other things that have come about over the years were little pops—Gaza and Israel, the Ukrainian conflict, Snowden and Assange, various international events, Kennedy’s assassination, and the moon landing.

Although these events were big, they were not, at least to me, as big as the Covid event—coercing billions to take a potentially deadly potion to ward off a fabricated biological threat, is rather big, and much more obviously made-up than any of the other aforementioned events (except 9-11, that was pretty obvious).

Whether you believe it was pure greed that drove the Covid debacle, or a concocted bioweapon produced in the lab, or a fake virus that never even existed, or an attempt at killing off most of the world’s population, it doesn’t change the fundamental truth—it was a scam.

Anyone reading this, and hopefully a few more to join as time goes on, is profoundly aware that we are headed in a very dangerous direction. More pandemics (that are not really pandemics), CBDCs, Digital IDs, Social Credit Scores, UBIs, Smart Cities, body chips, etc. etc. are only a few of the monsters lurking under our collective bed.

So, what does all this mean? Well, many of those monsters may be there just to scare the bejesus out of us and are never intended to actually grab our dangling arm and pull us under (this is probably only true with health scares, but who knows). The monsters that will indeed reveal themselves in all their horrible gore will wreak havoc for us (shrews) but will probably not elicit much fear and angst from sheep.

One of the most successful psyops has been to convince people that there is never anything to fear from the agenda, but only to fear what the agenda is creating a solution to dispel. Take CBDCs for example. That is not a monster to the sheep, but instead is a remedy for all the problems that the agenda tells us cash creates.

It has become easier and easier to convince the sheep-type that there is no stick behind the carrot (and by the way, most (not all) of us have a bit of sheep hiding under the wool in our psyches). This “no stick” mentality has been one of the most successful of the psyops and frighteningly so.

The end result of such a brainwash is having people begging for the stick, with no need for a carrot at all (can you say, “medically assisted suicide” for mental health issues?)

Most of us see the stick very clearly. Most of us do believe that the carrots are actually sticks, and we are fearful of a Mad Max sort of future. And even if the horror of the future is minimal enough that sheep don’t really notice it, we will.

Let’s look at some examples.

The logic that sheep use to describe their reasons why none of this tightening up of security (thus loss of personal freedoms) affects them in an adverse way is, “I have nothing to hide, nothing to fear, I am a good person and will do nothing to cause the authorities to look for me, or want me, or invade my privacy (except when they are looking for some OTHER criminal).”

This will certainly work to a point. And they will not notice how restrictive their lives must be in order to “be a good person.” Here lies the rub. What if taking a walk outside of curfew hours constitutes being “bad” or going to church, or some other innocuous activity? It is the definition of “being good” that will slowly change.

Another example. In this “near future,” there will be restrictions on movement. Most sheep types think this might be ok.

At first, it will be required to have a QR code scanned to leave the city. We are all familiar with using QR codes by now, considering most restaurants require a scan to get a menu. “That’s ok,” the little lamb says. “They are only checking to see how large our carbon footprint is so they can keep temperatures from rising so high the climate will kill us all.”

Next comes scanning the QR code and receiving notice you have to turn back and go home and stay there. Then comes days where no one is allowed to venture outside of their home at all—for a day, a week, “until further notice.”

You get the picture.

Same goes for a variety of other situations. Heat and AC in your house, food you buy at the grocery store, all controlled by Social Scores, or health condition (which disease did you avoid the sixth booster for?). Simple stuff like this. Far from Mad Max, or even from the rendition of the future that Orwell predicted in 1984.

There will be a proliferation of video games during this time, virtual reality and AI will take off, including robot dolls to fulfill our longing for physical/sexual companionship.

Along with the restrictions closing in, the entertainment distraction will increase. More fun, more physical enjoyment, more legal drugs, more stimulation of the senses. All designed to keep us from giving a hoot in hell what is going on right under our noses.

Will the sheep ever notice, and thus join us and do something about it? I seriously doubt it. Maybe more will wake up and come over to our side of the fence as things come to a boil. But most will just go along.

Many will end up being arrested, and maybe those will scratch their heads and say, “but I was a good person, I didn’t do anything bad.” But everyone else around them will say, “Hmmm, he/she must have been bad, I am good, I have nothing to hide or to fear,” until they too walk their dog one night after curfew and get swept up by Robocop and sent to jail. Never to see their dog again.

Todd Hayen PhD is a registered psychotherapist practicing in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He holds a PhD in depth psychotherapy and an MA in Consciousness Studies. He specializes in Jungian, archetypal, psychology. Todd also writes for his own substack, which you can read here

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Binra
Binra
Jun 26, 2024 10:13 AM

To align in the living is to let the dead bury the dead – this is addressed to where we are giving attention, focus and value, which must include why? or for what? The contextual framing of thought is effectively a form of programming that then runs sub-conscious or automatically as a shaping of values and goals. Fragmented & compartmentalised consciousness may not seem so as the flow of experience under a continuity manager in which a capacity to mask over conflicts will assign or project them out to others an world – such as a workman blaming his tool. All the ‘functions’ of an ego-framed experience are first in the consciousness before becoming developed as tools for collective frameworks of development. Likewise ‘They’ – that is witting or unwittingly tooled manipulative and coercive deceivers – can only work the mark of a corresponding blind wishfulness or egocentricity such as… Read more »

Gladius
Gladius
Jun 24, 2024 2:19 PM

Stick and carrot, a tactic known (also) in the West. The tactic specific to the red gulag, generically called “two steps forward, one step back”, is still not understood to its true value. Plastic description: step one, mass arrests of those with dissident potential, step two, the death sentence … step back, dropping the death sentence and replacing it with 20 years in prison or forced labor camp. I repeat, it’s a plastic description, but understand the basic idea, apply it in the current context.
p.s
It should be understood that everything that is bad in East and West is merging at a global level.

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jun 24, 2024 4:04 AM

“Our Potawatomi stories tell that a long time ago, when Turtle Island was young, the people and all the plants and animals spoke the same language and conversed freely with one another. But no more. As our dominance has grown, we have become more isolated, more lonely on the planet, and we can no longer call our neighbors by name. If we are to manifest the values of the Skywoman story, we have to once again call each other by name. Knowing the beings with whom we share the world is also the pathway to recognition of the world as gift. The world seems less like a shopping bag of commodities and more like a gift when you know the one who gives you the aspirin for your headache. Her name is Willow; she lives up by the pond. She’s a neighbor to Maple, who offers you the gift of… Read more »

Derek Diamond
Derek Diamond
Jun 24, 2024 5:15 PM
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Demiurge
Demiurge
Jun 23, 2024 5:31 PM

I actually think that the complete opposite is going to happen.
Instead we are going to be rewarded with better policies, brighter futures, more cooperation in society.
The vision to transform society is going to be made to look attractive. The potential of a new golden age.
We will learn to trust our benefactors and we will come to believe that they really have our interests at heart.

Voltaria Voltaire
Voltaria Voltaire
Jun 23, 2024 10:18 PM
Reply to  Demiurge

We would certainly have to learn the difference between a benefactor and a cold blooded serial killer that is planning for the demise of the human race under the guise of help first.

Skinnymouse
Skinnymouse
Jun 23, 2024 4:14 PM

Thanks Todd…your articles always clarify things in my present world that need to be clarified!

Howard
Howard
Jun 23, 2024 3:34 PM

The active suppression of rational discourse is a self-defeating enterprise. The Daily Wire, far bigger and more successful than OffG will ever be, is beginning to crumble for no other reason than that Ben Shapiro rules with an iron hand (or his masters do), and will allow nothing which contradicts his very narrow perspective.

(Food for thought.)

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 23, 2024 10:00 PM
Reply to  Howard

Well it’s good that we don’t suppress anything or rule with any fist, iron or otherwise.

This is your community Howard, if you’d start trying to build trust, call out sloppy debate or rudeness instead of constantly undermining this place, work with us rather than against us, you would help offg grow stronger. A2

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 23, 2024 11:18 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Interesting that you say that, because until now I thought that was OffG policy to not rule with an “iron fist”. However, a comment of mine posted eary Sunday morning has failed to appear after disappearing into pending.

It was in reply to a comment from a commenter here regarding ‘Dissident Voice’ where I cited three randon examples of articles from said website supporting the NWO aka BRICS/multipolar world with regards to climate change and support for Convid “vaccines” provided by China and Russia.

Assuming this was not an error on the part of Admin, I am left with the conclusion that Dissident Voice is off bounds as far as criticism is concerned, since some published authors there are the same as those at OffG. Even though the articles I cited were not from OffG contributing authors.

I am interested to hear your thoughts on the matter.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 23, 2024 11:32 PM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Why don’t you not make assumptions? Or are you a troll trying to throw shade on this forum? I’ll find your comment, I really don’t have any interest in protecting dissident voice, just so you know. If your statements are factual you’re entitled to your opinion.

And everyone whose comments routinely appear who stands by saying nothing to comments like this, this forum could be so much nicer if you could be a little more proactive and help build trust in this place, tprather than let it be attacked and impugned while you say nothing.

This community is what you make of it, good people. A2

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 24, 2024 12:05 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

No, I am not a troll and I have supported OffG in previous comments. Take a look since I am sure you have access to them all.

I only said what I did, since it is the first time in commenting in approx. three months that one of many comments of mine that went into pending has not appeared shortly thereafter. My statements are factual, since I linked three articles from DV in order to demonstrate and verify my opinion.

Apologies if I misread the situation. To be clear, I would not waste my time commenting here if I thought OffG was not a good source of information or was controlled/approved opposition.

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Jun 23, 2024 3:07 PM

Corporate and political heads are rotting away with avarice disease ever since David Koch’s libertarian platform of 1980 became our current reality. Capitalism proves that accruing wealth is no sane and logical solution to managing human existence, no guarantee of happiness, no cure for mental health issues. For instance, Boeing’s CEO is rewarded $33 million per year for cutting corners and providing profits for shareholders, even though safety and quality have been left lying on the cutting room floor. The world should be a life/health-support system centered around nurturing each person’s innate abilities and creative expression in a morally grounded way, incapable of producing evil geniuses. Technocracy claims to raise the best and brightest minds to global management level, but as long as capitalism poisons their thinking process, it’s useless, as they’ve shown the world. So much for technocrats having respect for our “best and brightest”: US Astronauts Stuck In… Read more »

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 5:50 AM
Reply to  Straight Talk

Greed, recklessness and brutality are “baked into” capitalism, now trans-national capital. Even if it destroys everything and everyone, it will end, as Karl Marx said.

Researcher
Researcher
Jun 23, 2024 2:02 PM

“Gaza and Israel, the Ukrainian conflict, Snowden and Assange, various international events, Kennedy’s assassination, and the moon landing.”

All Psyops. Lol.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 12:55 PM

Further to Kit’s idea in a recent article about Israel possibly being cut adrift:
https://edition.cnn.com/2024/06/19/media/wikipedia-adl/index.html

It’s an obvious limited hangout (the ADL are merely “sloppy”, not malicious) but still interesting – mostly because it appears to reveal that wikipedia is more important to the power structure than the ADL and they appear to think wikipedia needs some shoring up as a “trustworthy news source”. Look how fearless wikipedia is here!

Just remember that wikipedia revised down the fatality rate of so-called Spanish Flu in 2020 then revised it back up again when convid was wound down – manifestly to assist the propaganda claim that convid was worse than Spanish Flu.

It comes up first in Google searches every time for a reason.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 23, 2024 3:26 PM
Reply to  Edwige

It’s  – presumably unintentionally – hilarious:

“It is deeply disturbing that the many editors who flagged the severe flaws and inaccuracies in both the reasoning and sources being used in this campaign to delegitimize ADL are being ignored,” an ADL spokesman said in a statement. “They have provided point by point refutations, grounded in factual citations, to every claim made, but apparently facts no longer matter.”

ADL spokesman insists that ADL are trustworthy! And frankly this CNN article agrees. But the retreat from too much explicit support is interesting. The little Wiki song and dance marks a concession to a growing disgruntlement with this strict Zionist moral guardianship line.

Unless even Israel is expendable in a greater game?

Literally nobody
Literally nobody
Jun 23, 2024 11:59 AM

None of the general population doubt that their constitutions and unchr(s) protect them from…something
Neither do they doubt that the new medco-digital regime requires modernizing outdated beliefs and values..
And when the regime disbands the old protections and safeguards out of necessity for the new they will rest assured that all is as well as it can be

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 23, 2024 11:35 AM

There’s a lot of discussion of ‘psychos’ and ‘sheeple’ etc etc. It’s about time that people got a bit more analytical and asked two simple questions about each human being: What is their threshold level for fear? What is their threshold level for anger? If the answer to 1 is ‘low’ and to 2 is ‘high’, then you have the perfect sheep, in my opinion. They can be induced to be fearful very easily by propaganda, whereas it takes incredibly brazen nonsense for them to ever get angry. So they are supine without protesting too much. Perfect sheep material. What if the answer to 1 is ‘high’ and to 2 is ‘low’? Then you have people who are quick to rant and rave, have no problems demonstrating forcefully and publicly and, quite frankly, may be tempted to react in ways which will not in likelihood be beneficial in the long… Read more »

Howard
Howard
Jun 23, 2024 3:13 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

There will always be the PTB as long as people continue believing that Power is the glue which holds societies together. When in fact Power is the corrosive that tears societies apart.

TRT
TRT
Jun 23, 2024 3:54 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

I don’t think the sheep necessarily have low levels of anger. Many of the sheep are triggered and prone to anger over the pettiest things. They won’t say a word about their children being poisoned with injections but be careful about getting their order wrong in a restaurant.Then you will see their fury!

Voltaria Voltaire
Voltaria Voltaire
Jun 23, 2024 10:46 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

I just don’t think we have or use the best definitions of power. It seems like the word gets used when nefarious manipulation would serve better. Psychos use their privileges to harmfully destroy, irrationally. Whether they do it in an angry way or a cold calculated way, or possess a hidden terror of others, the motivation is to harm and destroy. How covert they are about it also varies. Power is something different. It can be force for good. If your car has no power you can’t use it to go anywhere. But if it has power you could use it to go somewhere and do some good. Or, one could use it to run people over every day. Most of the so called civilizing institutions in the world today have at least a few psychos “in power” . They don’t use the power for good. They use it to… Read more »

Praise of Folly
Praise of Folly
Jun 23, 2024 11:06 AM

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. If you believe “they” put a man on the moon – you don’t believe in yourself. Isn’t it US, who put the man on the moon? Yes, it was obvious and is becoming more and more obvious (and this is exactly where A”I” is supposed to set in?). And no, nobody belongs to any group constantly, animalistic as he may be. Never mind Jung, Freud or any other Darkdaydoomer on the Psycholanalyst’s Ball. If he does not recognize (or is hiding) the central purpose of obviousness, he’d better raise “sheep” than “shrews”, right;? Guess what’s the biggest scam?! It’s a good one. Might be built back to the future.

Nicholas Creed
Nicholas Creed
Jun 23, 2024 10:54 AM

We have to forge our own futures and opt out of CBDCs, carbon taxes, digital ID, and the “era of pandemics” any way we can. For anyone interested in how “climate change cooperation” is being coordinated across ASEAN (South East Asia), ASEAN Carbon bonds market, and carbon taxes coming into play in 2025 – I covered this recently in a piece entitled Carbon Tax Dystopia.

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 23, 2024 9:53 AM
sabelmouse
sabelmouse
Jun 23, 2024 11:25 AM
Reply to  George Mc

movies aka films/tv

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Jun 23, 2024 11:37 AM
Reply to  George Mc

I have an irrevocable principle in my life which is: ‘English was invented by the English and defaced by the Americans’.

I refuse to speak like an American, a nation unable to spell.

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Jun 23, 2024 2:48 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Having been in a spelling bee as a child, the grammar queen in me refuses to just accept the corrosive educational system in the US. But I’ve learned that some people intentionally misspell words to escape the algorithm police.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
Jun 23, 2024 4:27 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

I totally agree with you; I also refuse to speak like an American, a nation unable to spell.

And why do they, Americans, take the negative bit out of the expression ‘couldn’t care less’ (they write it ‘could care less’!), and also why do they refer to ‘ECGs’ as ‘EKGs’…?? For the word ‘cardiac’ of course begins with a C, and not a K!

Big Al
Big Al
Jun 23, 2024 7:12 PM

Do all 330 million plus Americans not know how to spell? I did not know that. Do all Brits kneel when the King passes by?

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
Jun 24, 2024 8:40 AM
Reply to  Big Al

No, I wasn’t saying that all Americans do not know how to spell.
But the two examples I gave of incorrect terms/spelling used by Americans serve to underline the point being made.

I wouldn’t give the so-called ‘royals’ in this country the time of day, let alone curtsey to them, etc.
I’ve been a passionate ANTI-‘royalist’ for 35-40 years. All so-called ‘monarchies’ on Earth should have been abolished long ago, and none more so than the Windsors here in the UK.

Big Al
Big Al
Jun 24, 2024 4:49 PM

“Speak like an American” sure sounds like all Americans to me. And the dude you replied to is constantly disparaging ALL Americans. I just brought up the royalty thing to point out the hypocrisy of such severe generalizations. And see, you just proved it, because evidently all Brits don’t kneel when their KING walks by.

Pilgrim59
Pilgrim59
Jun 23, 2024 9:51 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Please stop “over-generalizing,” when you say, “I refuse to speak like an American, a nation unable to spell.” Getting a bit tired of you putting/labeling all 300 plus million individuals into one category in your comments. I could say fuck off, but that is too American, so how about bugger off! English enough for you?

Big Al
Big Al
Jun 23, 2024 11:44 PM
Reply to  Pilgrim59

Glad someone else recognizes this. Kind of reeedickulous, isn’t it. Dude does that all the time, he’s got a thing about Americans, every one of them. My guess is he was jilted by some American Woman.

Marc
Marc
Jun 24, 2024 9:39 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

American newsreaders speak far superior English than our cockney newsreaders in the uk.

Shearwater
Shearwater
Jun 23, 2024 12:29 PM
Reply to  George Mc

thanks, very interesting article

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 23, 2024 12:51 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Thanks George, squirmingly enjoyable.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 1:07 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Semantic manipulation, neuro-linguistic programming of a population.

Out math and physics are languages to interpret our organic world. It is strictly forbidden to change the basic rules of these languages. Saying 2+2=7 or water is dry is banned, as you cant do anything right if you dont keep the universal and eternal rules within these disciplines.

Same with languages. It is strictly forbidden to change basic gramma rules like the personal pronouns; I, you, he, she, it, we they, me, him, her, us, and them.
You cant get anything right if you change these rules to something else, as being done in Western countries of today. You cant speak, you cant think rational.

The Elite use manipulation of language in war times to get people out to the front.

ariel
ariel
Jun 23, 2024 7:05 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Should we accuse the US of ‘cultural appropriation’ for the defacement and near-destruction of the English Language?
Woke-ish changes the meaning rather than the spelling.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 9:50 PM
Reply to  ariel

I dont know. I am not that deep into the whole world’s conditions on this.
In some countries the nobility have preserved a sophisticated high class language with a long step range down to low life language. Say Portuguese.

Germany has to some extent preserved their precise gramma, words and language.

Mini countries Holland, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, are extreme in new-speak and buzzwords, changed their personal pronouns. Sweden “han och henne” to trans “hen”, Denmark speak child language: I, me, you.
This has been done over a long period. Changing meanings and introducing new words repeated bit by bit again again through MSM and ground schools.

I know Britain used it to subdue their colonies, say India. They started in children’s ground school programming gramma and language. In 1-2 generations their old culture was destroyed.
There are probably a variation of tools; woke, buzzwords, new-speak, Orwell made an example.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 10:44 PM
Reply to  ariel

Re US its probably the other way around. Britain was humiliated in 1770 and has since tried to destabilise US with their representatives the Democrats, the Liberals to get back to their influence and times before 1770.

Kissinger received his orders from London, Foreign Office, and a lot of top people in Washington were and are pro-British, pro-slavery.
But on the other hand Washington decided to take over the Empire role from Britain to itself.
So how much is Washington dressed itself with British ideas, or how much is directed policy from London I dont know.

A bomb in City of London, Go home Gringo from all your adventures, and dust off the Declaration of 1770 could do it for you guys.

ariel
ariel
Jun 24, 2024 11:25 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

‘Green grow the rushes-oh.’ As allegedly sung by Scots mercenaries in America and so christened ‘Gringos’ by the Mexican.

ariel
ariel
Jun 23, 2024 7:01 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I don’t: ‘Al-oo-minny-um.’

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 6:00 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Every app from the Excreable Empire is trying to wear down resistance, flagging errors in your writing. E.g., war is “defense”.

Bored now
Bored now
Jun 23, 2024 9:32 AM
mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 6:07 AM
Reply to  Bored now

For Guardian, it is not a theory when “the shoe is on the other foot” and Europe gets hit. If the AMOC current in North Atlantic stops, Europe will freeze.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 24, 2024 3:01 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Just continue your thinking and believe in everything theguardian write.
One million readers cant be wrong, and the government would never allow theguardian to write something wrong.  😂 

davetherave
davetherave
Jun 23, 2024 9:21 AM

explain this.
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Researcher
Researcher
Jun 23, 2024 2:02 PM
Reply to  davetherave

It’s all about ripping us off. It’s $50 a month in Canada just for the water connection fee, not the water itself, which is an additional amount.

The government “services” corporations claim (lie) they’re broke all the time but they are making hundreds of millions, to billions a year in profits, on low quality “services” and utilities, for filthy contaminated water and dirty electricity, with low overheads. One group owns all those corporations and it’s not the public.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 24, 2024 3:08 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Same in Europe.
Canada is a British colony with all the bad things that comes along, and Britain consider the “continent” of EU to be under their rule and influence too.

davetherave
davetherave
Jun 23, 2024 9:19 AM

Democracy lets you choose between being censored and taxed into poverty by the guy on the left, or being censored and taxed into poverty by the guy on the right.

Then the fake outsider appears who ends up getting in and censoring you and taxing you into poverty yet you think he she is doing it to help defeat the invisible enemy.

The restriction off movement is a clever ploy. You got the migrants screamer who want to see them disallowed and like BreXxit mega ritual or Build the wall psyop it then restricted the normal folks from travelling. I was able to get a year working visa pre Brexit, Now it is 3 months for Europe.
Lock her up, Take back control, Make america great
The manifestation always comes back to haunt the electorate.

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davetherave
davetherave
Jun 23, 2024 9:10 AM

10/15 years ago Alex jones and co Used to warn people about “the mark of the beast” and the “billionaire technocrats who want to control your brain”, and now he’s selling billionaire defense contractor Elon Musk’s neuralink brain implants to his dumb fan base. Hilarious and sad at the same time

this is the resistance in the U.K and the same application was used in Europe.

Unfortunately cyber psychosis is real thing.

Reminder C.O. Nigel Farage 3 Years Ago
https://x.com/Xx17965797N/status/1804566988133412971

Sue
Sue
Jun 23, 2024 11:50 AM
Reply to  davetherave

The majority of MP’s would presumably be a microcosm of the majority of the population in being captured by the scamdemic; the ‘science’ of which has been around, all pervasively for 150 years. Why should Farage be any different. Who in parliament was awake to it all?

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 7:48 PM
Reply to  davetherave

Military strategy is first to veil the truth by sending out a lie (MSM).

Then it veil the lie by making controlled opposition (AltM) fiddling around in endless research, articles, interviews to find truth and make Court cases in vain for justice.

Finally there is a little rest the truth seekers, honest people who cant live with a half lie/half truth scenario. They are being smeared as conspiracy theorists, and are in all ways being sidelined, and If they make too much noise they are simply being killed.

Note these controlled opposition people are all wealthy single figures (one man armies) marking themselves out as loners against the majority; Farage, Jones, Yeadon, Saker, Ritter, Snowden, Assange, Corbett (survive on Bitcoin), Fitts (use cash on fridays), m.m.

Voltaria Voltaire
Voltaria Voltaire
Jun 23, 2024 11:05 PM
Reply to  davetherave

Well, they sold Electro Convulsive Therapy (ECT) to beautiful, bored, housewives in the fifties, and got away with it. And they are still doing it to people, even babies. So if people can become convinced that sizzle frying healthy brain tissue might be good for them, they probably could be convinced that carving out part of their skull or brain to put a remote control device in there might be just what they need. Even more irreversible than ECT or the vax. And the snake oil salesmen can make more money.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 9:00 AM

Mad Max, especially Mad Max 2, pushed the ‘peak oil’ propaganda invented by the Rockefellers to justify the oil price hikes of the 1970s that were cooked up at Bilderberg in 1973 in a typical dissolve-and-recoagulate move. That one destroyed the postwar economic order and ushered in neo-liberalism; now the same people want to destroy that order and usher in weaponised communitarianism based on the circular economy and usufruct. Worn-out tat now becomes “pre-loved” but my ‘Made in China’ washing machine still will crap out much quicker than the previous one. What does Jacques Attali say about oil in ‘A Brief History of the Future’? Attali was writing in 2005 and he loves bad news (he was still pushing desertification for example). “At current rates of consumption growth, reserves stand at… forty years for confirmed petroleum. But we must also take into account Venezuela’s heavy petroleum and Canada’s bituminous sands.… Read more »

Th0m 9
Th0m 9
Jun 23, 2024 2:29 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Two words “Abiotic Oil” but don’t read wiki on this one 🙂

antonym
antonym
Jun 23, 2024 7:15 AM

By thinking of a dark future we help creating it ourselves: the opposite is also possible folks.

Homo Sapiens wouldn’t exist if R/Evolution would have been pessimistic non-stop. Sure, this species is quite egoistic + materialistic but other traits can also be encouraged. The MSM are on the dark side for sure with negative / fear news every minute. Popular SM are a ‘good’ second. Still in the niches we can do better.

antonym
antonym
Jun 23, 2024 10:12 AM
Reply to  antonym

Elysium Unveiled – A Visual Journey through Life Eternalby Jurgen Ziewe

the movie “Avatar” (1) had similar glimpses in a lighter world, reachable internally even tomorrow early morning.

Guenonsbitch
Guenonsbitch
Jun 23, 2024 1:41 PM
Reply to  antonym

Thank you for sharing this.

Howard
Howard
Jun 23, 2024 3:22 PM
Reply to  antonym

Until the Industrial Revolution there was no reason to be pessimistic. Now there is. Just to name one thing to be pessimistic about: the plethora of satellites inhabiting the atmosphere and destroying the ozone layer.

We are willing to allow industrialists to destroy the first line of Earth’s defense in order that they might better spy on and control humanity. If that madness is not worthy of pessimism, I don’t know what is.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 6:18 AM
Reply to  Howard

What undermines the layer is not the satellites; it is (a) the combustion from each rocket sent up for any purpose (b) certain synthetic gases. The experiments or warfare based on the ionosphere may be worsening this.

NickM
NickM
Jun 23, 2024 7:03 AM

The way to go: sue the Con-men whose Rules Based Order has neither Rule nor Order but is merely based on the whim of a cabal of incompetent nephews, nieces and venal power seekers.

https://youtu.be/BXCTclHFTf0?si=3Ql68mtnYNWgYLyY

Pay a good Lawyer to take the case before an honest Judge, and re-establish the Rule of Law.

Fran Crowe
Fran Crowe
Jun 23, 2024 10:44 AM
Reply to  NickM

“Pay a good Lawyer to take the case before an honest Judge”

Unfortunately neither exist.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 6:23 AM
Reply to  Fran Crowe

Agree. You can add legislators and regulators. Otherwise, the “covid” and related jab scams could have been thwarted. The few important court rulings in 2020 and 2021 are now buried for practical purposes.

underground poet
underground poet
Jun 23, 2024 12:23 PM
Reply to  NickM

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 7:57 PM

James Dean was something. A real man of his own.
Unfortunately James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor felt in love with each other, and TPB and the Doos in Hollywood couldnt allow true love to happen outside the screen. Therefore he was Epsteined at only 24 years.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 24, 2024 3:11 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

.. and this is the truth!

les online
les online
Jun 23, 2024 4:37 AM

There is no Future
it’s all make belief…

‘The Future’ is the ideological expression of all we
could be if our instincts werent being repressed…

Sue
Sue
Jun 23, 2024 11:52 AM
Reply to  les online

Far out, man!

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy
Jun 23, 2024 4:30 AM
YourPointBeing
YourPointBeing
Jun 23, 2024 7:26 AM
Reply to  Fast Eddy

Theres a hollywood film coming out this year that is revelation of the method and mocking the slaves for their ignorance.
Soon everyone will understand the moon landings were fake, and they still won’t give a shit.

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt1896747/

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 7:42 AM
Reply to  YourPointBeing

Yes, but think how dull and miserable your lives would’ve been without the lie… and it got kids interested in science rather than Tik-Tok… and all those inventions that wouldn’t have been made otherwise… and, oh look, a squirrel…

Johnny Johnny
Johnny Johnny
Jun 23, 2024 9:29 AM
Reply to  YourPointBeing

Hollywood telling the truth?
Highly unlikely.
They’re probably trying to mock the ‘non believers’.

Post Plandemic propaganda.

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 23, 2024 11:22 AM
Reply to  Johnny Johnny

Johnny Johnny?
WTF?

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 7:59 PM
Reply to  YourPointBeing

I believe in my government and not in YOU! Period.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 9:27 PM
Reply to  Fast Eddy

I refuse to see videos who wants to destroy United States of America and our Constitution.

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy
Jun 24, 2024 1:29 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

This has the potential to explode your mind https://fasteddynz.substack.com/p/what-if/

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 24, 2024 3:32 PM
Reply to  Fast Eddy

Good link thanks.
I know the club and the 6 eyes are seeing everything I write, so off course I try to bow and please them so I can get more  😅 . Maybe ;-).

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
Jun 23, 2024 4:14 AM

I do not make this stuff up, I just write a tiny little bit from personal experience. and occasionally my own analysis of major events like 9/11.the London Bombings, and Covid Jabs..

Thank God I am not a Soldier in The Ukraine or Palestine…and have never had anyone trying to shoot me, cos they don’t like me…that must be really horrible

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 8:02 PM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

As Klaus Schwab said, you will be happy.   :wpds_smile:   :wpds_smile:   :wpds_smile: 

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy
Jun 25, 2024 1:20 AM
Reply to  tonyopmoc
Big Al
Big Al
Jun 23, 2024 4:05 AM

What pisses me off most, other than the bastards at the top of the food chain doing all this, are the enforcers, enablers, and ignorant among us, including the so called sheep. There is a never-ending supply. You look at a dystopian society and at the top are the rulers, but they could not do what they do without the enforcers. We call them police, cops, military, “law” enforcement, whatever, but President such and such isn’t going to put me in handcuffs and take me to jail for not getting the jab de jour. The pigs are going to do that. They, and the so called sheep, the sycophants, the dependent government and corporate workers, the participants in the election charades (enablers), all far outnumber those of us who are “enlightened” to the dystopia coming our way. That won’t change, that doesn’t seem to have ever changed in the history… Read more »

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jun 23, 2024 8:37 AM
Reply to  Big Al

What do you propose we do?

Big Al
Big Al
Jun 23, 2024 3:36 PM
Reply to  Mark EL

Something. Anything. Obviously, at least to me, there needs to be some sort of revolt, revolution, etc., probably globally, and it needs to be organized. The what part isn’t very difficult, we need to take the rulers down. The how is the hard part. After doing this political internet thing for over 20 years and seeing the same thing over and over, I think it’s time to actually try to do something. There was the Occupy movement over ten years ago and absolutely nothing since.

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jun 24, 2024 7:42 AM
Reply to  Big Al

Such as Occupy and other movements etc seem to have either been started by the controllers or quickly infiltrated and undermined.

Small, self-sufficient, with limited engagement with the wider world seems to me the only option ‘we’ have now; but where would we go and get left alone?

Big Al
Big Al
Jun 24, 2024 6:56 PM
Reply to  Mark EL

I the small, self sufficient option is a must, i.e., I’m a prepper, but we have to find a way to take the MFers down as well because they will never leave us alone.

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jun 25, 2024 7:50 AM
Reply to  Big Al

Agreed

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 8:22 PM
Reply to  Big Al

They are all carefully selected and paid well to protect this:comment image
You gonna live pal. The Chauffeur cant save the world by killing one rich.

el Gallinazo
el Gallinazo
Jun 23, 2024 3:49 AM

“Whether you believe it was pure greed that drove the Covid debacle, or a concocted bioweapon produced in the lab, or a fake virus that never even existed, or an attempt at killing off most of the world’s population, it doesn’t change the fundamental truth—it was a scam.” I disagree strongly with that statement. And of course it was a scam. First of all, the author uses the conjunction “or” where he should have used “and.” Greed was a major motivation for Big Pharma to play along with the scam but the primary motivation was as a stepping stone into converting the planet into a totally controlled neofeudal dystopia. And it was certainly aimed a killing off a significant portion of the global population and permanently sickening and disabling a much larger percentage. Democide is the word. But the concocted bioweapon was the fake vaccine, not a non-existent virus made… Read more »

Betsey Norton
Betsey Norton
Jun 23, 2024 4:04 AM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

exactly!!!!!!!!

Mark EL
Mark EL
Jun 23, 2024 8:34 AM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

Nearly, but not quite eG.

There are no transmissible viral pathogens; none, nada, zip, zilch, zero!

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 23, 2024 2:09 PM
Reply to  Mark EL

To your satisfaction, but please remember that opinions differ. Testdemic tomfoolery and other work on transmissible viruses in the plant and animal kingdom are not so easily compared. They aren’t all conducted out of the same crooked lab and it’s misleading to simplify it in these terms. It includes research that spans many years, predating all of the virtual technology which made ‘covid’ the cowboy virology it very clearly was. A2

el Gallinazo
el Gallinazo
Jun 23, 2024 2:50 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

You are entitled to your opinions but not your facts. I challenge you to post one URL of a “peer reviewed” paper which claims that the viruses had been extracted from a human, isolated and purified, and gives access to its unexpurgated methodology without paying USD200. I would then carefully deconstruct the methodology. In the vast majority of the papers there has been no control study. Currently I am of the opinion that “virology” is a pseudoscience until I find strong evidence to believe otherwise. Of course there is always the possibility of total fraud regarding the methodology of these papers, but so far, the authors have been so deep up their own rectums that they don’t even realize they would need an honest control study to prove their claims.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 23, 2024 11:00 PM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

I’M NOT SUPPORTING VIROLOGY. For the love of sanity. 😅 I also didn’t mention any facts. I’m really tired of people having imaginary debates with themselves like some autistic tick. Cut it out 😝

I am interested to know whether isolation truly is the only valid criteria of proof. I ask this question frequently but no one answers. I’m not a virologist and I don’t know, but this seems like a big assumption. There are presumably other ways to convincingly prove things in science other than by isolating them? Why is isolation key in this case? Can anyone explain? A2

el Gallinazo
el Gallinazo
Jun 24, 2024 12:03 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

That is quite simple. In order to to get the genome of any organism, it must be isolated and purified. If you have a mix of cells of various organisms, which is certainly the case with extracted lung glop, as the sample, then it becomes impossible for the genome to be determined correctly. Even though the rt-PCR test is not appropriate for medical diagnosis as Kary Mullis screamed from the roof tops in relationship to AIDS, it becomes a total joke with an impure sample since correct probes involving a very specific sequence of nucleosides cannot be determined without the exact genome of the organism. Covid-19 became fraud built upon fraud like a house of cards.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jun 24, 2024 12:17 PM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

Isn’t this potentially a simplistic and selective summary of something fairly complex though? I mean you reference nothing other than your opinion for starters. I have no doubt these modern techniques CAN be easily manipulated, as in covid, but perhaps these modern techniques have also been demonstrated to be meaningful if applied correctly? I don’t know, but I haven’t seen anyone interested in conducting an honest inquiry. For instance, to use an analogy, if someone didn’t understand anything about data science and advanced mathematics they might say… “I don’t think this data server is really storing my data. If I am wrong, show me the part of the hard disk that contains my data, show me the physical piece of hardware storing the bits, go on, you can’t can you!”. However, with the size of most data servers nowadays, tracking down the physical magnetic bits might be an astronomical task,… Read more »

el Gallinazo
el Gallinazo
Jun 23, 2024 2:39 PM
Reply to  Mark EL

I am leaning strongly toward that conclusion, but still try to keep a somewhat open mind toward the possibility that viruses exist. However, at the moment I believe it is more important to stress, backed totally by real facts, that SARS-CoV-2 was a complete hoax.

Ort
Ort
Jun 23, 2024 6:08 PM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

Selah! 👍

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 23, 2024 3:49 AM

I’m coming to the conviction that so many politicians are hopping onto the chaos bandwagon that the chaos must be the goal – a deliberately staged event. Just look at the utter stupidity facing us every single day in all the standard media – this relatively new phenomenon cannot be a coincidence. One possible rationale for willingly working towards this endgame would be that there are so many of our so-called representatives involved in the current creation of chaos that no national or international court could ever possibly find the time to bring them to account. In other words, they are creating the circumstances under which they can get away with global treason simply by hiding behind each other, with the result that there will not be a single prosecution for the worst crime ever perpetrated upon mankind by its own kind – a genocide, in which the race scheduled… Read more »

underground poet
underground poet
Jun 23, 2024 12:40 PM
Reply to  wardropper

No one knew the red swamp was so large it would take decades to drain, or what would be exposed once the water level dropped, my guess was that whatever was exposed, would not be pretty, or easily explained away.

Charlotte Ruse
Charlotte Ruse
Jun 23, 2024 3:31 AM

“A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude.”

A Brave New World

Big Al
Big Al
Jun 23, 2024 4:45 AM
Reply to  Charlotte Ruse

Mission accomplished.

Charlotte Ruse
Charlotte Ruse
Jun 23, 2024 12:50 PM
Reply to  Big Al

Yes, MSM is very effective especially in the US.

Jose Silveira
Jose Silveira
Jun 23, 2024 1:53 AM

I completely agree with the author! Been following the developments since credible information started to appear on alternative media about 9/11 (a psyop to launch the security state). The plandemic was another psyop to launch centralized “health” control and start culling the population. When CBDCs are finally implemented, it will be game over for many of us. If it were at all possible, this would be the time to leave Earth.
We are hundreds of millions and they are only a few thousand – we could take them all down, if not for the sheep that, will not only accept slavery, but will fight to defend it.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 23, 2024 4:01 AM
Reply to  Jose Silveira

Fortunately, sheep are not famed for their skills in the martial arts.
We’ll probably end up having to take them on…

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 8:28 PM
Reply to  wardropper

“We could take the few thousands down”. Sure but you have to kill 1 billion armed burger fatties first.

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 23, 2024 12:51 AM

Better start learning Chinese Folks, might be a better future there.
The real China, minus the propaganda:

https://dissidentvoice.org/2024/06/a-month-traveling-in-china/

clickkid
clickkid
Jun 23, 2024 1:10 AM
Reply to  Johnny

I can vouch 100 pc for what that article says about China and its public services.

I was particularly impressed by public parks.

…and you can still pay with cash everywhere, as I did.

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 23, 2024 7:46 AM
Reply to  clickkid

Not for much longer it would seem, as the author of the DV article proudly proclaims:

“Everyone seems to have a phone, used for everything – paying for what you buy through QR codes, making train, museum, hotel, bus, airplane reservations. Cash is becoming almost obsolete.”

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 7:51 AM
Reply to  clickkid

So the Shanghai lockdown in 2022 was just “propaganda”? Contrary to any idea that the Western power elite are negative about China, they have in reality been praising it from David Rockefeller in the late ’70s to the likes of Turdeau and Merkel during convid.

Still, I guess a technate can make the trains run on time….

Johnny Johnny
Johnny Johnny
Jun 23, 2024 9:35 AM
Reply to  clickkid

It’s easy to forget that the Chinese government has to manage/govern more than a billion people.
The USian government struggles/fails with a third of that number.
I know, China ain’t paradise, but where is paradise?

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 8:33 PM
Reply to  Johnny Johnny

I wont tell you here. We dont want an overrun.
But you should show St. Peter your card first, if you at all have a card.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 6:31 AM
Reply to  Johnny Johnny

Yes, but do they have the freedom to be homeless, to buy narcotics and automatic guns, to get locked up because of no lawyer, etc. Repeat this: They are evil Commies.

Johnny
Johnny
Jun 24, 2024 8:30 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Better China than Chinatown USA. Any day.

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 23, 2024 7:43 AM
Reply to  Johnny

There is nothing dissident about Dissident Voice. It is a mouthpiece for the New World Order being constructed using the BRICS/multipolar world order. Littered with articles about the evils of the West, while talking up China and Russia specifically. A quick scan of the Plandemic articles and Covid-1984 cull juice looks favourable – at first. Plenty of articles pointing out the scam and Western profiteering. Until, it is China or Russia, then it is praise for Sinovac and Sputnik V. Random sample as follows: US gov using ‘anti-vax’ propaganda to attack Sinovac, a Chinese ‘vaccine’ https://dissidentvoice.org/2024/06/reuters-reveals-secret-u-s-government-anti-china-operation-to-increase-covid-19-deaths-in-east-asia-and-pacific/ Grovelling article in favour of Chinese and Russian poke in the arm sludge https://dissidentvoice.org/2021/03/china-and-russia-vaccines-defeat-cold-war-virus/ Plus a bonus; climate armageddon article with Malthusian overpopulation thrown in for good measure. “Without a massive reduction in carbon emissions, we are on track to pass the fatal mark of a 2-degree Celsius global warming, not by 2050 but by 2035″… Read more »

Johnnyℹ️
Johnnyℹ️
Jun 26, 2024 12:30 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Because there is no infallible source of information one must glean. Unless of course you know someone or some source that is all knowing and perfect. If so, please link.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 23, 2024 12:15 AM

In retrospect I no longer think of Huxley’s “Brave New World” and Orwells “1984” as (great) literature but rather as training manuals for evil cabal and it’s clown posse minions,
much like Machiavelli’s “The Prince” etc.

wardropper
wardropper
Jun 23, 2024 4:02 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

That idea is definitely food for thought.

Thom 9
Thom 9
Jun 26, 2024 1:22 AM
Reply to  Thom 9

Also see Noam Chomsky/Edward S. Herman’s “Manufacturing Consent”…

George Mc
George Mc
Jun 22, 2024 9:44 PM

Since 2020 we’ve all been living in Room 101.

And it’s the drip drip drip effect with the occasional spurt (surge?) forward by an immense leap which you may mock but then when it falls back just a little bit, you’ve become acclimatized to it.

So today the BBC announce tens, hundreds, thousands, whatever, Muslims collapsing in the heat of some pilgrimage.

Followed by the shocking announcement that Egypt gets hot round about now.

Followed by a map of the UK sporting the usual orange cast, as if trembling on the brink of Vesuvius.

You can mock and mock and mock …. but you feel that arm twitching to mop your brow …. and wouldn’t you just love a drink of water before it all dries up?

underground poet
underground poet
Jun 22, 2024 10:09 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Just to complete the trip (even think about it as a Muslim must do) requires one to be of rather good health by American standards.

If Americans were required to do a similar task in their lifetimes, they might have cut back on all those fast food cheeseburgers or risked the social consequences of not doing so.

I dont get it myself, but I dont get the fast food crave either so there is always that.

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 23, 2024 9:09 AM
Reply to  George Mc

So Saudi Arabia which likes to consider itself a developed nation considers death and injury par for the course. It should not be difficult for a totalitarian super wealthy state to police and organise a large event safely even with 1.8 million visitors.

2024 Hajj death toll is at least 1170 from heat, in 2023, it was 240 deaths. In 2015 at least 2400 died in a stampede and other years hundreds of deaths from heat and other avoidable causes is not unusual.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_during_the_Hajj I couldn’t find another detailed source.

If a Western country had that level of death each year at an event there would be outrage. The Notting Hill carnival has over a million visitors over two days and very rarely any deaths other than the odd stabbing.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 23, 2024 9:43 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Western countries do have such deaths from extreme weather, poor weather-proofing, destitution, insanity, wars of choice, poisonous products, insane hobbies, etc. But the reports depicting “our side” get a polished treatment, with no excessive publicity.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 23, 2024 9:37 AM
Reply to  George Mc

No doubt they succumbed to 52-degree heat, but if the scientists tested all those corpses, surely there would be a discovery of some common deadly pathogen.

niko
niko
Jun 22, 2024 9:02 PM

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Where’s any resistance, if only in spirit, when resigned to inevitablility or likelihood of ending up with 1984 or Brave New World, like getting to vote between them winning or us losing? Maybe we all are a little sheepish but Baa…, I mean Bah!, that seems too much a concession to power’s persuasion that resistance is futile. Besides, is fighting for freedom, and life itself, predicated on what’s winnable or even possible, or finally on what’s right and true?

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 22, 2024 8:57 PM

Mad Max doesn’t strike me as bad as some of the other alternatives. It will be luck and skill that determine survival in that scenario.

No electricity also means no technological gulag and either no state or a hugely weakened one which levels the playing field.

For anyone who has not seen the brilliant 25 minute animated film from 2023 called ‘Beyond the Reset’, it shows a chilling vision of a far worse future than Mad Max.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vWkepoLUZfs

Todd Hayen
Todd Hayen
Jun 23, 2024 12:09 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Good point.

Howard
Howard
Jun 23, 2024 3:30 PM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

In a Mad Max world, it will not be “luck and skill” but brute force which determines survival.

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 23, 2024 11:23 PM
Reply to  Howard

Is that not pretty much the case now? The state has a monopoly on ‘legal’ violence along with its chosen proxies. It appears as a velvet glove until one crosses it and then displys the iron fist

Ennes
Ennes
Jun 25, 2024 6:04 PM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Brilliant animation film, I shared it with friends. Thanks for posting it. Did anyone spot the clouds going behind (as well as in front) of the moon – the maker of the film knows something most don’t!

This is a great, quirky website – ‘Vibes of Cosmos’:
https://www.youtube.com/@VIBESOFCOSMOS/videos

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 26, 2024 8:15 PM
Reply to  Ennes

Great you shared it. It is also a good one for those who are starting to question things and have discovered some dots but need help in joining them.

I had looked at VoC before, but had problems understanding their land maps, since I did not know their reference point in terms of shape or size of the current land masses (continents) we have been led to believe exist.

Great music, shame there is not narration to aid understanding on many of the videos.

Ennes
Ennes
Jun 28, 2024 11:55 PM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Yes, definitely a good starter film for people.

VoC can also be seen as a starter (good starter channel).  I agree, it would be better if VoC’s videos contained more details, background, history and explanations – they are so fascinating (I’m not sure how genuine all of this and the broader related subject matter is but it does inspire vivid imagination)! A few of the videos have some explanation but not much; most are accompanied by music, excellently selected for each video many of which complement them perfectly imo.

Ennes
Ennes
Jun 29, 2024 12:23 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

P.S.

I’m still relatively new to this subject. Not sure if you are interested in this stuff (ignore me if you aren’t) but in case you are – Have you heard of Eric P. Dollard? Apparently, he is the only man who has replicated Tesla’s wireless transmission technology. What do you make of him? Genuine or gate-keeper?

Ennes
Ennes
Jun 29, 2024 12:55 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Lastly. Talking of music, that animation film captures the tone and darkness of this era very well. We truly do live in such fantastically weird and dark times currently! I remember about ten years ago when I used to write on the graun, I stumbled on many interesting people including one quite an intelligent guy who knew quite a bit about geopolitics (and much more) but was always so extremely pessimistic about the future; he said there wasn’t much hope at all (for humanity in general, if I’m not mistaken). At the time I said in reply to him, no it’s true that saying: “Hope springs eternal!”. What do I think now? He may have had a point! Yet… I am foolishly toying with the idea thst we CAN create our own reality around us; maybe Neville Goddard is right after all? There’s so many amazing things to observe in… Read more »

David McBain
David McBain
Jun 22, 2024 8:46 PM

If, by that time, anyone can afford to keep a dog.

les online
les online
Jun 23, 2024 2:02 AM
Reply to  David McBain

Train your dog to be vegetarian so it can
eat plant based meats…
and for hoomins there’ll be plant based hotdogs…

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 7:57 AM
Reply to  les online

Or if pet ownership isn’t banned because it’s cruel to animals… or pets are a disease vector… or their dog food and farts cause climate change… or the myriad other reasons they could use when the button is pushed on this one.

As Jacques Attali wrote in ‘Millennium’, ‘Blade Runner’ gives a better idea of what the future will be like than any of the “classics”.

Xavier Delacroix
Xavier Delacroix
Jun 22, 2024 8:45 PM

‘Covid II’, civil unrest, ‘WW3’, ‘alien invasion’, and other winnowings result in the cumulative rendition of topsiders to underground cities, where, living upon an insect based diet, everyone will own nothing but be happy, knowing that they are likely to emerge, post-cataclysm (2048), to recolonise a barren Earth – to build back better.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 7:59 AM

‘The Winnowing’ is a book by Isaac Asimov. Like all the “great” sci-fi writers, he turns out to have been mega-dodgy – see his son.

sally
sally
Jun 22, 2024 8:43 PM

There is not just one civilization on this planet, there are many different cultures, in different stages of development

The US and its empire are in decline, its dying, but don’t assume optimism is dead in the rest of the world, it isn’t, I’m pretty sure its alive and well and having a party.

Get a second passport and move to freedom.

Edwige
Edwige
Jun 23, 2024 8:01 AM
Reply to  sally

Where told the WHO to get stuffed with their fake virus in 2020? Belarus? Where else?

Rolling Rock
Rolling Rock
Jun 23, 2024 11:58 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Yes, not many choices, if any.

Initially, the presidents of Burundi, Swaziland, Tanzania, Ivory Coast and Haiti declared Convid either a scam and/or were against the cull juice being distributed in their nations. All miraculously died afterwards and their replacements were all conveniently pro-injections.

Move along, nothing to see here.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 7:35 AM
Reply to  Rolling Rock

Albania, Brazil and Madagascar also defied some demands. Mexico, Nicaragua, North Korea and Sweden only imposed minimal restrictions. This excludes countries that stopped the jab in 2021 or 2022.

Mario Ohoven (President of German Federal Chamber of Commerce for medium-sized businesses) objected to the lock-downs, but died in a highway crash.

In 2020, Thomas Opperman (Vice-President of German Bundestag) criticised the restrictions, but died suddenly of unknown causes.

Franz Klein (CEO of German Hotels & Hospitality Assoc.) who objected to the restrictions died suddenly.

In S. Africa in 2021, 12 politicians died within a week.

In Malawi, the government relented in 2021 after a court ruling that the lock-downs were unfair to poor rural people. However, 4 cabinet ministers died within 48 hours of the ruling, and the lock-downs resumed after 6 days after these deaths.

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 23, 2024 9:47 AM
Reply to  sally

“Nothing fails like success. Though specialisation brings progress, too much of it leads living things into the blind alleys of extinction. In the past, independent civilizations succeeded those that failed. Now, there is only one global civilization to speak of” -Bertrand Russell c. 1950

Ort
Ort
Jun 23, 2024 6:03 PM
Reply to  mgeo

In the dime stores and bus stations
People talk of situations
Read books, repeat quotations
Draw conclusions on the wall
Some speak of the future
My love, she speaks softly
She knows there’s no success like failure
And that failure’s no success at all

— Bob Dylan, “Love Minus Zero/No Limit” (1965)

mgeo
mgeo
Jun 24, 2024 5:41 AM
Reply to  Ort

A genius artiste.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 9:16 PM
Reply to  mgeo

“Wars dont kill enough”, – Bertand Russell, member of the British Fabian Society 1951.

niko
niko
Jun 22, 2024 8:25 PM

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Mad Masks
Mad Masks
Jun 22, 2024 8:19 PM

I have made a point of informing restaurants who only provide a QR code and not a printed menu that i will not be eating there.

Persistent and unwavering non-compliance and boycott will force the metaphorical Uncle Toms to reconsider. Spending time explaining yourself to them more than once is counter-productive. They know what’s up and are trying to pretend it’s not happening so they can carry on with business as usual.. they are weak.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 22, 2024 8:17 PM

Talking about future: They now want to vaccinate babies for normal child deceases before they get out from the womb: https://www.nhs.uk/pregnancy/keeping-well/whooping-cough-vaccination/ .

Can you see how it fits into Steiner’s prediction “as young as possible”:comment image

So future is materialistic soulless spiritless zombies connected via a 5-6G, satellites, IoT and the AI Quantum machine as their God.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 22, 2024 8:29 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Yuri Hariri: Humans are now hackable animals, the days of free will is over: Moderna: We have hacked the software of life. Western public opinion: We are coming from the apes.

So the question is now, we have placed 2/3 of the entire global vaccinated population inside their Matrix/Metaverse box.
In my opinion they are done, they are locked inside their mental box and can’t get out.

What do we the 1/3 having a soul and spirit do??? We cant go on pointing out status quo and compost toilets if we wanna claim true intelligence is better than artificial.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 22, 2024 10:49 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

They were locked into their mental box before being vaxxes with nano-tech / graphene.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 23, 2024 8:46 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Had the same thought. But I take the jabs as the final padlock where the key is being thrown out of the window.comment image

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jun 23, 2024 10:29 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Just began reading an ebook by Jason Breshears – Awaken the Immortal Within which goes into these mental cages a bit.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 24, 2024 3:46 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Interesting. There are so many books about “finding yourself” out there, but at least least I can see he is on to something right, so I wish you good reading.
For my part I am only 20% through the bible which so far gave me the key to the first peace.
We have the potential to immortality inside us. No doubt about that.

Mad Masks
Mad Masks
Jun 22, 2024 8:13 PM

Seems that only people in the US who have a weapons stash would have a better chance in a Max Max future. The disarmed Europeans would be at the mercy of the rogue military/ police teams and rednecks with shotguns…

Rob
Rob
Jun 22, 2024 7:42 PM

Actually, we just finished 1984… The party has lost a lot of credibility and the propaganda is not working anymore.
1984 was also the world y’all grew up in with the cold war…
Another Orwellian war…

underground poet
underground poet
Jun 22, 2024 7:20 PM

If I could only get the wife to change her, flip the switch, calling the man, and pay the bill mentality, I might have had some money at the end of her day.

Now all I can afford to do is, all the work myself.

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jun 22, 2024 7:18 PM

“If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear”

This mantra is proof that Blair, Wells and Huxley didn’t share a time machine.

This would have been THE phrase to include un any of their “novels”

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jun 22, 2024 7:01 PM

Hi Todd. Thanks. Could you be more specific re “legal drugs”?

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jun 22, 2024 11:54 PM
Reply to  Victor G.

https://youtu.be/StejUuNvQ2M Smoking marihuana..