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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Tom Bishop on January 18, 2022, 11:22:11 PM »
I'm not doing anything to prepare.

If the world elite really wanted to put their resources into making us dead they could simply put the poison into existing drugs without our knowledge, into our food, into the water, or perhaps the air, and manipulate the governments to ignore it. It is possible that they are doing this; but I tend to believe that our rulers are cruel, yet benevolent, and make it possible for you to choose your fate. If you want to smoke, the information is available to you and you are allowed know the risks to the best of humanity's ability to determine it. That is your choice to make.

Clearly, in a cull, you don't kill everything, and want the best to survive. If this is some sort of cull, Covid vaccination is a test of intelligence, to which people may escape the propaganda and media hype by simply not taking the vaccines. While there is some social media censoring on a private level, there is no governmental legal effort going into eliminating the voice or research of the vaccine critics. The information is out there and circulating, for people to decide for themselves. The situation is that you knew it was rushed and experimental, you knew there might be risk and that it involved novel genetic manipulation methods, but you did it anyway based on hype and fear mongering, so any injury you get is your fault.

The Covid vaccines will never be truly mandated and enforced by the government, as they are doing it through illegal decree, and will always get swatted down by the court systems at the last moment. They could do it the proper legal way through the legal process if they wanted to but it's generally not attempted. In the US the Whitehouse is pushing vaccination by executive decree, while Congress is not making much effort to do it via law (on purpose, IMO).

Per breakdown of the economy, society is set up in a way in which it is too big to fail, so it won't. The central banks will always step in to bail out the banks, erase debt, radically transform the conceptual nature of currency if necessary, as they already have done to the dollar over the years. The existence of the police and the military and intelligence agencies prevents the possibility of any real violent revolution; making it unlikely to be attempted. People don't rebel against their government unless they feel that they have no other choice, and so the government will try to keep it hot but not boiling.

The vaccine deaths and level of vaccine enforcement and pressure will, therefore, be kept to a level people can accept but not rebel over. They may also be trying to distract you with high inflation; to pacify your attention towards improving your monetary situation instead of thinking too much about the government's tyranny. Probably not a coincidence. Duplicitous governments tend to trick, distract, and finally adapt to an allowable level to please the populous once it has pushed things to the limit; preventing mass conflict. In the end we may be brainwashed into accepting the vaccines and vaccine deaths as an acceptable part of our lives, like we accept smoking and smoking deaths. There will be no rebellion. They are simply too smart to allow that to happen.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Crudblud on January 18, 2022, 10:40:59 PM »
Holy shit, we actually agree on something. I, too, hate that slogan and I, too, think it should be "sort it".
"Sort it" implies that you are the one who is sorting it, but you are not, you are merely saying what you have seen to someone else who will sort it. "Sorted" rather suggests that if you see it and say it then it is as good as sorted, because the people doing the sorting are just that good. Hyperbole aside, it does make sense.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by AllAroundTheWorld on January 18, 2022, 10:36:21 PM »
Holy shit, we actually agree on something. I, too, hate that slogan and I, too, think it should be "sort it".
No.
Because that surely implies that you are going to “sort it”. Surely the slogan is saying that by saying it, it will be sorted (out).
I think the slogan is…fine. I don’t love it, but it doesn’t make me froth at the mouth.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by stack on January 18, 2022, 07:39:13 PM »
I'm guessing a non-answer means that Tom is one of the elites. No prepping is required. All is taken care of by the cabal of elites and the slaves.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Lord Dave on January 18, 2022, 07:03:34 PM »
Hey guys?
This isn't another covid thread.
This is a 'what are you gonna do if your conspiracy theory is correct.'

Even Tom avoided answering, which I find concerning.  It means not even he, the loudest voice here, has any plan or has even given it any thought.  As though he knows its never going to happen....
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Pete Svarrior on January 18, 2022, 06:51:23 PM »
Holy shit, we actually agree on something. I, too, hate that slogan and I, too, think it should be "sort it".
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Dr David Thork on January 18, 2022, 06:46:31 PM »
Unfortunately, UK messaging has to be pretty infantile and basic, because the UK populace is, uh, experiencing the long-term effects of an unequal education system.

Hands, face, space.
Stay alert -> control the vitus -> save lives.
Catch it -> bin it -> kill it.
Vaccines are like batteries.
Referring to mask-induced acne as "COVID acne" (because the BBC's attempts at coining "maskne" were too much to ask)

It's extremely sad to watch, but not for conspiratorial reasons.

I get triggered on the trains by the London Transport Police adverts
"See it, say it, sorted".
^I hate that so much. Sorted. We live in London. We don't even say 'sorted' in London. It it's a Mancunian saying that infected the North West of the Country. Also ... surely sort it. Not sorted.



They read it out on the public address system over and over. "See it, say it, sorted". It makes me want to stab a policeman.  >o<
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Pete Svarrior on January 18, 2022, 06:37:48 PM »
Unfortunately, UK messaging has to be pretty infantile and basic, because the UK populace is, uh, experiencing the long-term effects of an unequal education system.

Hands, face, space.
Stay alert -> control the vitus -> save lives.
Catch it -> bin it -> kill it.
Vaccines are like batteries.
Referring to mask-induced acne as "COVID acne" (because the BBC's attempts at coining "maskne" were too much to ask)

It's extremely sad to watch, but not for conspiratorial reasons.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« Last post by Tom Bishop on January 18, 2022, 06:14:33 PM »
This link is interesting - Analysis: 100% of Deaths Following COVID-19 Shots are From Only 5% of the Manufacturer Lots According to VAERS

The claims are apparently reproducible with VAERS data. The article indicates that the affected batches were split up and sent to all US states. If true, it brings up further questions.

If it were a matter of "bad batches" there should certainly be a public effort to warn people who have taken those batches, recall the batches, etc.

If it were potentially an effort at population control concocted by evil billionaires it would presumably be a way to keep the injury count low enough so that people accept the vaccine without serious alarm, and eventually become injured over time as they receive their 15th booster shot dose.

There has been an effort to treat the vaccine like recharging your phone, encouraging the public to inject themselves over and over:

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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Experiment to Distinguish FE from RE
« Last post by RonJ on January 18, 2022, 04:26:11 PM »
There’s the gyroscope experiment.  It would be very difficult and expensive but indicates in a non-ambiguous way that the earth is a sphere.  Bob Knodel gave it a try and was surprised at the outcome however he was only trying to confirm that the earth was not rotating.  What he didn’t or couldn’t do was take the gyroscope on a trip around the world.  When I was working on cargo ships, we had multiple gyroscopes and I had the maintenance software on my computer.  If I logged the gyro readings at precisely noon (GMT) everyday I could see a progression of changes in the Z axis that you wouldn’t ever expect to see on a flat earth. The gyros in question were the large mechanical types.  These types of gyros were also used on submarines to allow them to navigate while underwater and out of contact with any other electronic navigation facilities.  It would be interesting to see what other explanations the FET has for what indicates a spherical earth when observing gyro readings.