Words Don’t Mean What They Seem

We interpret words through their exoteric meaning, and not in their true definition of origin. English is a language enshrouded in mystery; much like the origins of the people who developed it. The powers that be obfuscate history though the language in which its written down, so it’s up to us to dig ourselves out of this (w)hole of mental enslavement and rise above this subtle linguistic conditioning. Simply put; words don’t mean what they seem, and aren’t seen as they’re meant. Do you know what I mean? Well, let me give you a few examples. Prestigious (adj.) Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 826 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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It’s Hard To See Racism When You’re White

It’s hard to see the bias against white people if you’re white. You may see some examples of anti–white rhetoric but you quickly explain it away with ‘white privilege’ and ‘white guilt’ from colonialism, slavery and the holocaust all of which have been weaponized against you in order to capitulate to the anti-white agenda of ethnomasochism. Either believe in white privilege or be a bigot. If white privilege is a myth then that means you believe that white people are supreme, not due to historical oppression and injustice, but due to their genes. Obviously that is rAcIsT; therefore white privilege must exist because nobody wants to be called a bigot.   History is written by the victors of war and is engineering to instill your own self-hatred. This effect can be seen in governments of traditionally white countries. (I say traditionally-white because they are…

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Gaslighting the American Public

The term originates in the systematic psychological manipulation of a victim by her husband in Patrick Hamilton’s 1938 stage play Gas Light, and the film adaptations released in 1940 and 1944. In the story, the husband attempts to convince his wife and others that she is insane by manipulating small elements of their environment and insisting that she is mistaken, remembering things incorrectly, or delusional when she points out these changes. The play’s title alludes to how the abusive husband slowly dims the gas lights in their home, while pretending nothing has changed, in an effort to make his wife doubt her own perceptions. The wife repeatedly asks her husband to confirm her perceptions about the dimming lights, but in defiance of reality, he keeps insisting that the lights are the same and instead it is she who is going insane. > We are…

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Terrain Memes by Bob Stagnitto

This is a collection of infographics by my friend Bob Stagnitto, dealing with the many falsehoods of Pasteur’s germ theory. Once we peel back a layer or three of the medical-educational-industrial-complex, it’s clear to see that their model of medicine is based upon sickness via the all pervading germ; whereas Antione Bechampe, Florence Nightingale, Claude Bernard, et.al. base it upon health via a natural environment, a healthy terrain. Enjoy some terrain memes! – Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 826 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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Astroturfing: Manipulating the Truth of ‘Truthers’

:by Sharyl Attkisson Consider this fictitious example that’s inspired by real life: say you’re watching the news, and you see a story about a new study on the cholesterol-lowering drug called cholextra. The study says cholextra is so effective that doctors should consider prescribing it to adults and even children who don’t yet have high cholesterol. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 826 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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17 Techniques for Truth Suppression

Strong, credible allegations of high-level criminal activity can bring down a government. When the government lacks an effective, fact-based defense, other techniques must be employed. The success of these techniques depends heavily upon a cooperative, compliant press and a mere token opposition party. Dummy up. If it’s not reported, if it’s not news, it didn’t happen. Wax indignant. This is also known as the “How dare you?” gambit. Characterize the charges as “rumors” or, better yet, “wild rumors.” If, in spite of the news blackout, the public is still able to learn about the suspicious facts, it can only be through “rumors.” (If they tend to believe the “rumors” it must be because they are simply “paranoid” or “hysterical.”) Knock down straw men. Deal only with the weakest aspects of the weakest charges. Even better, create your own straw men. Make up wild rumors…

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The History of Infectious Disease by Stefan Lanka

Dr. Stefan Lanka: The history of infection theory (English transcript) By: Abrupt Earth Changes *see also AEC’s new essay “Covid-19 is the new Mediaeval Leprosy: a Historical Comparison of Isolation, Religious Fervor and Medical Tyranny” AEC brought to light this brilliant transcription of Stefan Lanka’s interview The title of Lanka’s original video is “Grippepandemie und Tamiflu” copy here. Dokuments: klein-klein-media.de Translation from German and original subtitled video: Sacha Dobler, AbruptEarthChanges.com “My name is Stefan Lanka, I am a biologist and virologist. I discovered the first virus, which was in the ocean. That’s how I became involved in this matter. First, I recognized that this virus doesn’t cause any harm. Secondly, the Austrian professor Fritz Pol alerted me to the fact, that something was wrong with the entire AIDS affair and the virus might not even exist at all. I checked this and realized, that was indeed…

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Is Germ Theory True? – A Starter Kit To Debunk Coronavirus

Michelle: The following document is essentially my personal collection of resources and research notes on these topics. I started keeping this list in March 2020. Over time, it has morphed into a sort of “starter kit” for those that want to begin exploring germ theory and related topics. Specific Notes: • The list isn’t (yet) organized by topic or doctor, author or researcher. • The list is not comprehensive or complete by any means. This is a living document and is always under development. I am always working on “culling” the list to make it more focused, on topic, and readable. I have a lot of links I still need to add. I will send out an updated version to everyone who has requested this when I feel this is more “complete”. • The list is in no particular order. • To see the…

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