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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby LeeDee » 22 Feb 2016 18:15

Δύναμις wrote:
eternalullaby wrote:Ha, me too! :shock: I thought exactly the same about Bernie as well.


I had a look at his pics on google (I had no idea who he is as I am not interested in politics=bunch of lies) and I can say that his eyes show clearly how dark he is, even if his mimic gives the impression of a good fellow.



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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

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Δύναμις wrote:I had a look at his pics on google (I had no idea who he is as I am not interested in politics=bunch of lies) and I can say that his eyes show clearly how dark he is, even if his mimic gives the impression of a good fellow.


Hmm...now that I had a closer look I can see what you mean :think:
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby Frank » 22 Feb 2016 19:24

He is orion...
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

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Frank wrote:I don't like Trump...


What is Donald Trump telling Barack Obama supporters?
Orange Is The New Black.

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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby canjos » 22 Feb 2016 19:50

Frank wrote:He is orion...


Does that mean that the orions are all a bunch of socialists? :text-lol:
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby Frank » 22 Feb 2016 20:15

canjos wrote:
Frank wrote:He is orion...


Does that mean that the orions are all a bunch of socialists? :text-lol:


no, but china is orion too.... :laughing-rolling:
and russia.... :-D
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby astrochimp » 22 Feb 2016 21:28

canjos wrote:Bernie is a socialist with big S! C'mon guys since when is socialism good???


Political and economic systems aside, if people prop each other up and look out for each other's well being and if the people helped don't take advantage of the help offered, the former systems will take care of themselves. I'm starting to see more and more examples where I expect something bad to happen (due to programming and pollution) and the opposite happens in a spectacular way, almost as a way to reinforce the difference.

All the -ism frameworks are really traps that take away out humanity one drop at a time as we become something less than human (=predictable robot). When things are working really well (like they've been recently, TY to all allies :romance-adore: ), we won't be looking to define it but enjoy it and harness it in our daily lives.

I hope this makes sense.
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby canjos » 22 Feb 2016 21:42

Frank wrote: no, but china is orion too.... :laughing-rolling:
and russia.... :-D


That explains a lot eheheh :-D

Btw Venezuela, Cuba and North Korea... Also orions?
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby Δύναμις » 22 Feb 2016 21:52

astrochimp wrote:..., if people prop each other up and look out for each other's well being and if the people helped don't take advantage of the help offered...


Didn't history teach you anything so far?
Do you honestly think "miracles" happen?
As long as there are darks around, what makes you think that there is even the tiniest possibility that people would look out for each other's well being? Why should a dark be interested in anyone's well being except his/her own?
Why should be people in need in the first place?

astrochimp wrote:I'm starting to see more and more examples where I expect something bad to happen (due to programming and pollution) and the opposite happens in a spectacular way, almost as a way to reinforce the difference.


This is the LIGHT fighting for its people!
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Unread postby astrochimp » 22 Feb 2016 22:20

Δύναμις wrote:
astrochimp wrote:..., if people prop each other up and look out for each other's well being and if the people helped don't take advantage of the help offered...


Didn't history teach you anything so far?
Do you honestly think "miracles" happen?
As long as there are darks around, what makes you think that there is even the tiniest possibility that people would look out for each other's well being? Why should a dark be interested in anyone's well being except his/her own?
Why should be people in need in the first place?


:greetings-wavingyellow: Alex,

Miracles don't happen but time and hard work happen, on all levels. I believe that's where you and I come in.

As long as there are darks around, there will be a battle. Does anyone right now help anyone else because he or she in interested in the other's well being? I would say that it does happen; it's not the majority by far but it happens all the same. We will help our people to the best of our ability and try to not help the darks to the best of our ability. Both abilities will change and improve over time and with hard work. We will be triggered and influenced all the way through this battle. But the battle will have an end stage. During or after this stage, would you not say that people will prop each other up when reason and experience tells them so? I'm not saying we'll be around to see the big difference... :laughing-rolling:

History is a funny thing. Are you talking about history 600 billion "years" ago? 10 billion years ago? 12 thousand years ago? 2 thousand years ago? History repeats but it also changes over time. Give it long enough and you end up testing this thing called darkness that ends up taking over. History remembers the most recent parts best, at least as currently possible to us. Then there's also a big problem with the way history has been summarized and outright manipulated (i.e. written by the winners). I think you'd agree with me on that.

Δύναμις wrote:
astrochimp wrote:I'm starting to see more and more examples where I expect something bad to happen (due to programming and pollution) and the opposite happens in a spectacular way, almost as a way to reinforce the difference.


This is the LIGHT fighting for its people!


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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby Δύναμις » 22 Feb 2016 22:52

astrochimp wrote:History is a funny thing. Are you talking about history 600 billion "years" ago? 10 billion years ago? 12 thousand years ago? 2 thousand years ago? History repeats but it also changes over time.


I wouldn't say that, since nothing really changed. People have been slaves to others for thousands of years. Each time the same players with different masks and roles, but different game. Darks win, lights lose again. This is the game on earth and this is what needs to be changed if we really want a future for the planet/creation.
And because history has been summarized and outright manipulated (i.e. written by the winners) -as you say- darks have always tried to make it look like a progress, like an evolution, but in fact it is the same over and over again. At least it was till now :happy-smileyflower:
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Unread postby astrochimp » 22 Feb 2016 23:17

Δύναμις wrote:
astrochimp wrote:History is a funny thing. Are you talking about history 600 billion "years" ago? 10 billion years ago? 12 thousand years ago? 2 thousand years ago? History repeats but it also changes over time.


I wouldn't say that, since nothing really changed. People have been slaves to others for thousands of years. Each time the same players with different masks and roles, but different game. Darks win, lights lose again. This is the game on earth and this is what needs to be changed if we really want a future for the planet/creation.
And because history has been summarized and outright manipulated (i.e. written by the winners) -as you say- darks have always tried to make it look like a progress, like an evolution, but in fact it is the same over and over again. At least it was till now :happy-smileyflower:


Agreed! You're here working on this problem, making (quote rapid, i.e., war thread) progress. I think we have different meanings for history. Perhaps you have a different concept for it as it pertains to the entire history since the invention of evolution of matter.

Your realism is very appreciated and it's the most appropriate response to how things are "right now" and perhaps that's all that should matter. I've always had a wandering mind that can't help but wonder how our perspectives will need to change with the world around us over the long term. If Frank & co keep making such rapid progress, what will be the realistic way to perceive and carry on one's life 50 years from now?

In any way, I should focus on how things are now and work within that and focus less on how things might have once existed or will exist in the future. :handgestures-thumbup:

[EDIT: Sorry for taking us off topic]
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby astrochimp » 22 Feb 2016 23:34

Anna wrote:As you may know, UK members will be asked to vote on 23 June 2016 as to whether they wish to remain a member of, or leave, the European Union (EU). Up until I found this forum, I believed that it was important for the UK to leave the EU as this would go some way to the break up of the EU, and ultimately delay the plan of the "New World Order" or "One World Control". It's important to state that it was for this reason alone; I am not a racist :naughty:

Now, I don't know who or what to believe anymore :confusion-seeingstars:

Is this a purely OIC matter and will have no impact on us? :think:

Does it matter what the outcome of this vote will be? :confusion-shrug:


This whole vote may just be a way to try to increase chaos and fear. It may be this AND something else or something else entirely. I'd say that it's a good sign that you don't know who or what to believe anymore! :text-lol:

I know that the official "story" (or competing "stories") tend(s) to spin once progress is on the way. Progress is on the way, so the story(ies) is/are spinning, all the time. It's/They're trying to get us back into its/their grasp. We pay attention to this instead of focusing on that backyard garden project.
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby juu » 23 Feb 2016 06:39

So, not bernie sandres nor trump are lsa?

Are lsa letting this happen?

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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby Δύναμις » 23 Feb 2016 11:06

juu wrote:So, not bernie sandres nor trump are lsa?

Are lsa letting this happen?


Well, if Frank gets Sanders as orion and Trump as G2, they can't be lsa :happy-smileyflower:

Why do you think that lsa would let something like that "happen"? The darks are fighting each other, so who cares if they "let" it happen or not? There may be some dark hierarchy as for which group is bigger, but this doesn't mean that other groups can't take over now and then.
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby Frank » 23 Feb 2016 12:42

Δύναμις wrote:
juu wrote:So, not bernie sandres nor trump are lsa?

Are lsa letting this happen?


Well, if Frank gets Sanders as orion and Trump as G2, they can't be lsa :happy-smileyflower:

Why do you think that lsa would let something like that "happen"? The darks are fighting each other, so who cares if they "let" it happen or not? There may be some dark hierarchy as for which group is bigger, but this doesn't mean that other groups can't take over now and then.


Oh Juu's question is good.
That's the reason why former NY major Bloomberg (a billionaire) wants to start as non-party candidate, if Trump and Sanders make it.
He is lsa2.... belonging to bankster lobby...
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby marie » 23 Feb 2016 16:21

The Bush family (lsa1, I assume) is very confused why Jeb couldn't get much support. Many people assumed the election would be Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton (lsa2, right?). Now that Jeb is out, you can see in the news this week how all the big lsa1 players are endorsing Rubio.

Check out this quote from Hillary and replace Democrat with lsa2...
"Maybe it's that Senator Sanders wasn't really a Democrat until he decided to run for president. He doesn't know what the last two Democratic presidents did," she remarked, as the audience responded by booing her. "Well, it's true. It's true. You know it's true," Clinton said, shrugging her shoulders.

It seems like the lsa folks are pretty desperate to get one of their people in the presidency. It would help if they could find one that could act a little more human! :lol:
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby beholder » 23 May 2016 15:07

Queen Elizabeth Reveals She Is Ready To Flee Britain
The Queen was overheard saying that military intelligence suggests that if Britain doesn't leave Europe then World War 3 will occur.
:shock:
http://yournewswire.com/queen-elizabeth ... e-britain/

On the other hand, David Cameron said quite contrary: if they leave the EU, THEN will WW3 break out:
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/br ... ar-7928607
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby beholder » 24 May 2016 08:45

Maybe she was thinking of her country, not herself about leaving the sinking ship (EU).

It'd be strange from her that after decades of dignified reign and popularity, she would ruin her renown for a few more years that is left for her.

But on the other hand, first they may need to leave the NATO to be out of trouble. That's a much bigger risk, in my opinion.
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Re: UK Membership of the European Union

Unread postby beholder » 24 May 2016 09:06

Anyway, there is an interesting and very detailed theory that the nuclear holocaust being rumoured is a planned thing.

They want to launch it to solve the problem of the collapsing climate of the Earth (and a lot of other problems, too).

Dust and smoke of burning cities would stop the greenhouse effect immediately. Otherwise, our planet will soon resemble to Venus. They think this is the only solution.

It's not by accident that all nukes have been reduced from lots of megatons (cold war era) to hundreds of kilotons ( = tactical nukes ).

A lot of new weapons have also been developed that is not very well-known (HEMP for example that destroys EVERY electronic devices - that's why it is so important to strike first and finally).

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