Discussion in 'Φ v.3 The GREAT AWAKENING' started by Rose, Jul 25, 2018.
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10 minutes in and I can already tell he's on about alot of the things I'm on about. Im more accustomed to calling them "Ashkenazi" as opposed to "Khazarian mafia", but potato/potahto.
My biggest question so far is "okay, how far is he gonna take this?" I men, he says its to be a series, and by its introduction it will go hand in hand with the "History is a Lie" thread I have in the works (spoiler alert). Im especially glad that he focused on 1812 and (thereabouts) 1904, as those are two very significant beginnings and ends of things. That he also references as far back as the plague era (and especially the willful transmission of the plague, more on that in a sec) as this too will tie in.
I had semi-concluded that the plague was deliberate and artificial a long time ago, by way of the work of Dr, Phil Valentine, when he described the plague relief methods of the clergy. In the video "Vampires of Consciousness" he attributes the behaviors as being of stupidity, but I disagree, and I'm pleased this guy is attributing it to malice. In opposition to Hamlin's razor, I have felt that "Never dismiss as stupidity that which can be explained by malice" (versus the opposite). The reason being, when one's opponent is operating from malice, it is best to strongman their arguments and motivations, as the worst case scenario is that one is overprepared.
He's also neatly setting up the groundwork for the historical precedent that leads to the modern concept of "Rent", which is its self one of the modern forms of Usury.
Further, I appreciate his specificity. I wont use direct terms, but he neatly draws distinction between the "Khazarian mafia who decided to suddenly and lastingly claim (falsely) to be jews" versus the at the time extant jews. This is a hugely important distinction, and one of my biggest causes for contention when operating in circles who are wont to dismiss the whole of it as "its the jews" (likewise for masons, Luciferians, etc. ad nauseum). Its not ANY of the aforementioned groups, they have been coopted and compromised by bad actors throughout history.
In fact, all the said groups - in that they are fundamentally a social competence hierarchy - attract precisely the sort that are attributable to the Khazars/Ashkenazi, which display and over-representation with regards to a wont to socially subvert, vie for power and control of industry, etc.
And that also gets into why I'm preparing to do a deep dive into narcissists and narcissism, in the erstwhile Sociopathy thread. The reason being, I have a case to present that the Khazars/Ashkenazi are a unique grouping in that they have developed and cultivated a ethno-nationalistic form of Narcissism. It will take me a while to validate that position, so take it with salt for now. Also, to my post/vote in Inphinet Sociopaths. What amused me about that is that when I faced the vote, I immediately voted for myself exclusively, because I'm the only sociopath that I can testify to. In spite of this, Mr. Doodoo had already gained as many sociopath votes as I would result in, voting for myself. This suggests to me something I had gone back and forth with M.Doodoo about; that his actions were observably as - if not moreso - sociopathic as mine. I maintain, I DON'T think he's a sociopath, but it was still amusing to see the consensus, surpassed only by Rhi and Stephen.
Okay, credit. At this point, I can only make it a few minutes between having to pause to comment. This video is shaping up to be epic-tier. I say that because his "queering of the language" bit is not only readily evident in present day, but yet another thing I've been on about. I'll give a basic example NOT relating to his (so far) video. There are two concepts, misconstrued in socialized perception; that of nescience, and that of ignorance. The former is a term - now antiquated and lost to the majority - that refers to information that is otherwise unattainable or available due to a lack of awareness - without criticism - of the individual, or whoever. As an example: The Japanese Shogunate was nescient to the existence of all-metal warships until one was parked in their docks.
Additionally, he touches on inbreeding, which is huge. I'll avoid talking about humans specifically, and instead will focus on hamsters (credit to Sowelu for the folllowing). When Hamsters inbreed, there are observable sociological changes that occur. The inbred population will avoid the non-inbred population deliberately. Additionally, they become fiercely territorial, either with geographical control or smaller things like food and toys. So while non-inbred hamsters will tend to develop interactive communities where resources are shared, inbred hamsters effectively become hoarders. But that's in times of PLENTY. In times of PRIVATION, they will band together and BEGIN TO CANNIBALIZE the non-inbred hamsters. Food for thought, when contemplating what might happen with a deliberately inbreeding human population.
sidenote, this guy kinda reminds me of Andrew Klavan .
Okay, I have to criticize his covid spiel, in that the covid 19 viral pathogen STILL has yet to be isolated in a lab
Not saying he's wrong, just saying that its premature to make claims and assertions against covid until such a time as the virus or viral incubator is not apparent; meaning, there isn't evidence (beyond circumstantial) that it even EXISTS. I'm of no doubt that SOMETHING exists, but I have zero confidence in the widely professed "science-based" assertions of what Covid "is" and "does". I'm not saying he's wrong, but it looks like smoke and mirrors to me, and don't tell me that scientists havent had an overwhelmingly sufficient amount of time to derive at least ONE sample of isolated Covid. Sorry, not buying it.
And literally after I made that point, he makes precisely the same case ^_^
Based, he references Holodomor
Okay, I contest his point that "they dont have a sufficient virus that would kill millions", in that smallpox is still a viable threat. We dont see it as such, because it has been effectively mitigated, but that mitigation has lasted to the point that a very significant percent of the population has lost any immunity to smallpox that might be granted by cohabitation with those who have had it, AND that in the past decade the requisite stores of smallpox vaccines has been eliminated. Long story short, don't think they don't have viruses up their sleeve.
Excellent video overall, and I am reasonably confident that his professions will tie into what I plan to profess later on, once I've really gotten going.
But while I'm on, I'll also say that "narradigm" is kinda lame. I prefer something like "Socially-imposed propaganda"
And this gets into where they are going. Yes, they are attempting to redefine specific words, but the end result is literally the word 'definition'. The term definition has historically referred to the limits of an idea; derived from the latin "de finis" (somehow I think I mentioned this in MiM), a definition is an attempt to categorize and coalesce the limits of a concept into an actionable overview. If they can change how society interprets the limits of an idea, insisting on unrealistic allowances here and demanding unrealistic acknowledgements there, they can change how people literally formulate their thoughts. Language is exceedingly important; a native English speaker formulates their thoughts differently than a native Spanish speaker, for example. And the words that are used - and specifically how they translate to other languages - is a very strategic position that is under assault as we speak. Ergo, one thing I would prescribe to any who has the opportunity, is to do a deep dive on etymology of terms. Theres a wealth of perspective and knowledge to be gleaned from how previous generations formulated their thoughts and used those thoughts to express themselves.
Excellent Juan and Nino 7/27/22
Excellent Juan interview with Tom and Rachel
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