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  1. Interesting thoughts in this article. Worth a read... --- Just after the US presidential election in 2016 I published an article titled 'Order Out Of Chaos: Defeat Of The Left Comes With A Cost', covering a rather difficult subject matter, namely the concept of “4th Generation Warfare” and how it is used by establishment elitists to defeat popular resistance to their agenda of centralization and globalization. 4th Gen tactics are confusing to many because most people think in terms of single movements and direct correlations; they think that a punch thrown is a punch intended to strike, rather than intended as a feint or misdirection. I'll put it another way – some people play chess and they only see the attack in front of them. Others play chess and they see the attack three moves ahead. 4th gen warfare is a “three steps ahead” style of fighting that focuses on a very specific goal: Tricking the enemy into destroying himself, or enslaving himself, so that you don't have to take any risks by moving against him directly. That is to say, 4th gen warfare is first and foremost about psychology. That which you see with your eyes is usually not what is actually happening. Read more here: LINK
  2. Good comments. In my opinion, we have little to no voice left. The best we can do is not be afraid to do what we can on a local level where people still have some voice left. Also, if we are too afraid to think for ourselves and only deal with what we want to hear or read, and refuse to let go of our own preconceived notions and cognitive dissonance, we have already lost. It takes courage and heart to face down tyranny and pursue freedom. Not many willing to take that path. It is always much easier to just believe the BS we are fed daily. Thanks for the comments
  3. There is something horribly wrong with this...in my opinion. Do we just ignore it or call it 'fake news'? One of the most rational bills ever proposed, barring the Feds from giving money and weapons to child murdering terrorists, has almost ZERO support. “For years, our government has been providing both direct and indirect support to these armed militant groups, who are working directly with or under the command of terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda and ISIS, all in their effort and fight to overthrow the Syrian government,” Gabbard said in an interview earlier this year. The text of the bill is simple. It merely states that it prohibits the use of federal agency funds to provide covered assistance to: (1) Al Qaeda, Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), or any individual or group that is affiliated with, associated with, cooperating with, or adherents to such groups; or (2) the government of any country that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) determines has, within the most recent 12 months, provided covered assistance to such a group or individual. The only thing this bill does is prohibit the US government from giving money and weapons to people who want to murder Americans and who do murder innocent men, women, and children across the globe. It is quite possibly the simplest and most rational bill ever proposed by Congress. Given its rational and humanitarian nature, one would think that representatives would be lining up to show their support. However, one would be wrong. After nearly 5 months since its introduction, only 13 of the 535 members of Congress have signed on as co-sponsors. What this lack of support for the bill shows is that the federal government is addicted to funding terror and has no intention of ever stopping it. To add insult to treason and murder, Senator Rand Paul [R-KY] introduced this same legislation in the Senate. He currently has zero cosponsors. LINK
  4. Earth is constantly changing, climate is cyclical from what I have learned. Some enjoy trying to make any changes we see or experience in this world, some manner of life ending event and many are trying to profit from these changes by selling books to those who they convince to live in fear, including attempting to tax us all. "Terrorism", "Global warming", "Niburu", "Asteroid destruction coming", "Sun shine to burn us all to death", "Armageddon" the list never ends in ways to keep people afraid and paranoid as if life does not contain enough to play with our minds. It never changes, fear is profitable, religion and politics make use of it daily. To me, for anyone to believe men are to blame just does not cut it. We are but ants, and although I agree changes are happening and we could all be better stewards of this big rock, blaming humans to me is like blaming ants for climate change or "global warming". Just my opinion
  5. Scott Your use of the word advocate implying that Fly and I colluded together to "lure" you into some form of religious debate is simply wrong and silly. I don't play that way my friend, and don't collude with anyone. I state my views, I think for myself. Nothing more than that. I know how these things often turn out, and the high emotions that are often part of anything political or religious in nature. People have firm opinions, and for the most part do not want to be questioned and will lash out if they are. It's part of this board and social media in general. The problem with that is no one ever learns by that manner of insistence that some have to be right, all others are wrong. It's ok to believe as you want. You can believe the earth is flat, made out of chocolate pudding, or any other thing that you decide. if we are to learn from each other, you shouldn't be insulted that someone else has their own opinions. I find it to be profitable to be willing to question everything we have been taught in life, and be willing to change our minds when the evidence we find disagrees with our perceptions. The most difficult thing to set aside is deep seated religious beliefs. We have all been duped in many things in our lives, fooled by those we thought "had all the answers", but that is an illusion. We know VERY little, and hopefully each day we seek to learn. I have no creed or dogmas to defend, other than living life by treating others as we desire to be treated. I have a simple way of looking at things Scott. If something insults my mind and heart, I discard it out of my life. That includes a lot of religious beliefs and political craft. Life is too short to be caught up in allowing these areas of life to divide us and suck the life out of us. We're just people my friend, and to allow any of this to divide us or delude us is to me vanity. Have a peaceful day
  6. Thanks Theseus. All I can say is that it never ceases to amaze me what people will believe when it comes to religion or politics. Some of what you wrote is not just a belief in Islam or its many sects, but some of it are beliefs within other abrahamic religions. If their gods fail to do what they want them to do, then the easy way to cover their many lies is to start killing those they deem as "unworthy" to save face. It is a real tragedy across the board often over nonsense and of course...they always say that their god told them to do this.
  7. If I recall correctly, the "flat earth" theory was/is an intelligence psyop, released as a tool to find out how gullible people can be. It has come to the point where I have seen folks fighitng about this which is a major time waster in my opinion. As for the results of this psyop, the c i a and others were not disappointed at the response as it has become a religion to some who believe it or attempt to take religious allegory literally which just adds to confusion.
  8. Use common sense with any weapon, and do not live a paranoid fearful life.
  9. Climate runs in cycles, and some found a way to try and profit off of scaring people and that always works when fear is preached. People tend to depend upon those who keep them in a state of fear. Having said that, there are many responsible things humanity could do to take better care of this rock we live on, but greed clouds the picture. Temps change, weather changes, and the simple fact is we could all do small acts to make sure we take care of our surroundings, but to say man is causing it all is a guilt trip that has little basis in reality. There are far more natural events that can alter these issues. Pollution does not help, of course, and places like China and India are some of the worst offenders with pollution and they should do their share in reducing it, not just the US or others. Personally, I think "global warming" is a religion to some, and a very definite way for groups to profit from their hype and scare tactics. At some point, we all must learn to think for ourselves, instead of allowing others to think for us. It always causes problems when we stop asking questions and thinking critically, as it opens the door to believing too much nonsense and then people fight about it.
  10. I am right there with you Snow, great post. I'm one of the oddballs that never allow politics or religious fantasies to dictate how I view or who I call a friend. If people would just understand how those tools are used we would not be such a divided people. Hey Shabs, hope you are doing well my friend.
  11. I imagine this would be very uncomfortable to many, but there is much truth stated by George, as usual. he was able to hide nuggets of truth under the guise of comedy quite well, while getting the point across clearly. He hated all things politics for good reason. It has basically destroyed our land and WE the people allowed it in many cases by participating in it believing someone had our best interests at heart, while supporting the manufactured division and belief one party is better than the other. The illusion has been a tremendous success all these years for the "swamp". Thanks BA
  12. What is most comical is the fact that ANYONE within DC acts as if the US has never manipulated other countries election results, only Russia. If some are not aware, the US perfected the activity many years ago to install certain puppets in areas that were beneficial to the "cause". The hipocrisy is truly mind numbing and if Russian leadership is doing anything, they are laughing their a$$es off at the circus here.
  13. My opinion of any supposed "healthcare bill" no matter what the clever label is, folks should clearly tell their representatives: ANY 'healthcare bill' presented and ultimately passed by any group of politicians that require participation of the people, MUST require they themselves to FIRST enroll. We know this would never happen, but it is the main point that should be communicated. Demand the politicians get the exact same "care" they want others to have, otherwise let them know there will be organized rebellion and refusal to participate. Truth is government should not be involved in it, but we have allowed them to pretty much do what they want for too long and that has cost the people their country. It would appear the insurance industry and the "healthcare" industry benefit the most, while the people are pushed into whatever the latest healthcare scheme is.
  14. Good point Umbert, and in the case of the US, it is a matter of actually implementing our existing constitution, that had it been followed, there would never have been a "bail out" in the first place. Many folks let their representatives know back in 2008 that they were fully against ANY bailing out of the offending banks and bankers. Ultimately, the peoples demands meant nothing and the crafters of "TARP" simply went according to their masters, including the president at the time, Bush Jr. Thanks for your thought Umbert
  15. Thanks adhoc10 The first major mistake is to call ANY bill that is attempted to be pushed onto the people is calling it "healthcare". It is nothing of the sort, it is just forcing the masses to participate in their scheme. ANY 'healthcare bill' presented and ultimately passed by any group of politicians that require participation of the people, MUST require they themselves to FIRST enroll. Anything less than this simple requirement is a scam upon the people and only continues the facade of what is labelled as "healthcare" and the continuance of the "healthcare scam" including those who benefit from pharma lobbyists and investments. There should be NO excuses accepted. The people have been toyed with long enough and medically raped for decades, costing millions of lives, and has impacted countless families. This is simple fact if one researches iatrogenic death rates. This is something no one should tolerate, but apparently it is ok if it is government sanctioned?