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#201 2022-03-30 22:37:03

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A documentary worth watching about the history of US involvement in Ukraine is 'Ukraine On Fire' produced by Oliver Stone.
https://brandnewtube.com/watch/ukraine- … 7hveb.html

There is a 2019 follow up here called 'Revealing Ukraine'
https://brandnewtube.com/watch/revealin … NQwJq.html


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#202 2022-04-03 22:25:49

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This is outstanding and important, as it is the beginning of the end of toilet paper money:

The Central Bank of Russia has officially announced that, as of March 28, 2022, the Russian Ruble currency is BOUND to Gold.  The rate is 5,000 Rubles per gram of gold bullion.

Iran, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Nigeria & more are all refusing to sell oil to the West in exchange for fiat currency. Their credit card is cancelled!

Russia Central Bank Announces Ruble Bound to Gold! 5000 Rubles per Gram

Article text below.

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Russia Central Bank Announces Ruble Bound to Gold! 5000 Rubles per Gram
Date: March 29, 2022
Author: lance goodall

(UPDATED 10:39 AM EDT SEE BOTTOM) The Central Bank of Russia has officially announced that, as of March 28, 2022, the Russian Ruble currency is BOUND to Gold.  The rate is 5,000 Rubles per gram of gold bullion.

(NOTE: This story has been corrected to report “TROY” ounces as opposed to dry ounces, and the values recomputed to reflect there are more grams per TROY ounce than in a dry ounce.)

There are 32 grams in each TROY ounce.  32 grams times 5,000 rubles per Gram is 160,000 Rubles.   Ya with me so far?

The conversion rate of Rubles to U.S. Dollars is 100 Rubles, 90 Kopecs, to each US Dollar.

If Rubles are bound to Gold at 5000 Rubles per gram, and there are 32 grams per TROY ounce, meaning one ounce of gold would cost 160,000 Rubles, then converting that to US Dollars means Gold is $1600 per ounce when using Rubles, instead of $1,928 per ounce using Dollars.

Russia just wiped out about thirty percent (30%) of the value of the US Dollar, worldwide, when it comes to Gold Bullion.

Worse, because Russia will only sell its oil and gas in Rubles, and Rubles are now fixed at 5,000 Rubles per gram, anyone wishing to buy Oil or Gas will need to either pay in Rubles or pay in Gold, and they won’t get the US Dollar value for the gold they tender as payment! 

People around the world will be literally THROWING their money at the Ruble and DUMPING Dollars and EUROS to do it.

What Russia just did is the financial equivalent of detonating a nuclear bomb.

FWIW, the last guy on this planet who tried to back a currency with Gold, was Muammar Quadaffi of Libya.

NATO went into Libya, bombed the shit out of it, until the people of Libya grabbed Quadaffi on the street, beat him bloody, and put a bullet in his head.

As of this hour, 10:39 PM EDT, I suspect Bankers all over the world are on the phones with each other and with heads of state, instructing them that what Russia has done will totally smash both the US Dollar and the EURO, and those Bankers will be telling the heads of State that World War 3 must commence immediately.

Let me explain why.

Today, the Russian Central Bank pegged Rubles to Gold. 

Last week, Russia declared they would only sell OIL and GAS in . . . Rubles.

This means Russian OIL and GAS are pegged to Gold with Rubles as the proxy for Gold.

EFFECT: Europe (that needs Russian Gas and Oil) will now have to buy Rubles from Putin using Gold, or pay for the Oil and Gas with Gold itself.

Currently, the FOREX Rate for Rubles to Dollars is about 100:1

BUT . . . with 5,000 Rubles now equaling one gram of Gold, and oil being priced directly in Gold, we are going to see a MASSIVE price disruption in FOREX markets, in terms of how much Gold a Dollar can still buy.

Foreign countries holding our Dollar Debt Notes in Reserve, will see an immediate, and far less use for them and will want to start dumping them in favor of something more stable; something which holds its value.

Basically, any currency pegged to Gold will fit the bill.  which means countries like that — like Japan — will start dumping their Dollar Debt as fast as they can — they are NOT going to go down with the ship!  They will move into more stable currencies, like . . . the Ruble.

This will have a DE-flationary effect on the Ruble, making it more valuable over time.

This also means Putin can re-peg the Ruble any time he wants, to like 500, or 50, or 10.   IT just keeps getting more valuable for him.

The instant result is that all those foreign countries dumping their Dollar Reserves will cause all those excess Dollars to start coming home, triggering worse hyper-inflation than we already have now in the USA.

Is it any wonder why Biden was on stage last week calling for Regime change in Russia?  He is about to have masses of angry and literally starving Americans  marching through the streets here at home demanding answers.

UPDATE 10:39 AM EDT —

Russian President Vladimir Putin has made a public statement on video about what has taken place with binding the Ruble to Gold.

In that statement, he points out that Western Nations have simply STOLEN Russia’s foreign currency reserves and Gold Bullion Reserves, and by doing so, worldwide trust in so-called “First-Class” safety of investing in the West, has been smashed.

He goes on to predict that people will now dump their holdings of Dollars and EUROS to safer investments like land, food, and raw materials.

Here is the video with English language caption:

    Putin predicting dollar and euros demise and everyone moving to "real reserves of raw materials" like "land, food, and gold"

    pic.twitter.com/m3mq9ez6hf
    — Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) March 27, 2022

Putin is correct.

The impact of what Russia has just done is a literal dagger to the heart of the US Dollar and to the EURO.

No one will want those currencies anymore, and since the US barely manufactures anything domestically, when foreign countries cease accepting the dollar for payment, shortages of everything will slam the U.S. and Europe.


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#203 2022-04-04 09:06:26

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Jeff wrote:

Sofar it only stabilized Ruble against USD and made trading in RUB more secure for those who chose to buy gas in RUB. Sofar no country has agreed to do that anyway. Valid contracts contracts are in USD or EUR means Russia cannot demand RUB anyways.

At least you can see Russia has no respect to any rules, that makes them junk.

Thinking that with pegging to gold it will DESTROY trust in USD and replace it is silly.

Looks to me like you follow anti-Russian propaganda in your judgement.

As noted even in this short article, this is not limited to Russia only, but also other countries. They have formed their own currency pact with many countries on the world which bases on gold-backing.

And yes, one can change existing contracts that base on cheating by the other party via one-sided declarations at any time, because the contract in itself is invalid if a cheat is involved.

If you wish to believe in the USD continuing to be the almighty world-oppressing currency that is your choice. Everyone else is invited to understand what's going on and then wake up. Upcoming food and gas shortages all over the world will tell the truth soon enough, if allowed to happen by the people (instead of taking out their governments now or never).

This being said, we also need to understand that all this is likely planned anyways, because food and gas shortages (even water) to starve out the population goes right along what they work on for decades already anyways.

So people better be prepared to become self-sufficient and thus independent from the Cabal systems as it was touted in many alternative sites since decades, because now is the time this is needed. Humanity had plenty of years of warning of this - let's hope that enough of us actually changed their life. And mind. To a heart-connection and understanding what is truly important to survive as a species.


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#204 2022-04-04 11:10:08

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Jeff wrote:

Rub is not "backed up" by gold. What happened is only declared obligation by the central bank to keep exchange rate at given parity to gold.
But you must realize such declaration is worthless in case of barbaric government.

What you describe is has little to do with the Ruble but is a general problem with "backed vouchers" which any kind of "currency" is: It bases on the trust that you can turn in the voucher at any time as promised.

Still, even such promise is better than any of the FIAT money that the western Cabals created, especially since it is backed by oppression and violence and not anything of actual value.

If I have a choice between the two systems, I know which I'd prefer.

Though, having actual values like precious metals or property beats it all anyways. Until a criminal system steals that as well as was done in the past by those who run today's FIAT system...


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#205 2022-04-04 14:36:10

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Jeff wrote:

Russia could not request payments in RUB without pegging it into stable commodity.
If this has not been done RUB would appretiate at levels undesired for Russian economy.
Instability of RUB makes it also very risky to by longer oil&gass contracts.
Besides this it does not mean anything significant, no danger for dollar stability

Guess we shall simply agree to disagree on this one, and see how the situation develops.

And that not in a passive way, because people should take this as a warning shot to finally get out of all the dependencies on Cabal systems, so they finally start forming the new society that they wish to live in.


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#206 2022-04-04 16:47:52

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Here's more on the above gold/Ruble topic, coming from RT.com which is blocked in the west, hence the PDF printout being linked as well:

Web link: https://www.rt.com/business/553099-gold … nger-west/
PDF link: https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/ … siness.pdf


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#207 2022-04-04 17:26:48

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On The Edge Of Events. The restored Republic. Global Currency Reset 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ki5QWuMvli0


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#208 2022-04-05 04:59:38

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After Athena's report about Ukraine, here's a "propaganda mastepiece" - the Bucha attack scenario.

and here's a level headed interview :

_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gAz3mdNcTA               Scott Ritter Comments on Civilian Deaths in Bucha.

He had this article on RT

"In war, truth is the first casualty." This quote has been attributed to Aeschylus, a 6th BCE Greek tragedian noted for his "copious use of imagery, mythic allusion, grand language, wordplay and riddles." It is only fitting, therefore, that the man who first gave word to the concept of modern-day war-time propaganda would see his quote come to life in the present-day Ukraine. The Kiev government and their Western information warfare advisers may have coopted all of Aeschylus' playwright devices to craft a modern-day tragedy in the Ukrainian town of Bucha that exemplifies the notion of the lie as not just a byproduct, but also a weapon of war.

The main source of the Bucha tragedy reports is a videotape, taken by the Ukrainian National Police, of one of their convoys driving through a street in the town. A dozen or so corpses litter the roadway, many of them appearing to have been bound. This video has gone viral, producing a pandemic of anguish and anger that has swept over much of the world, capturing the attention of heads of state and the head of the Catholic Church alike, resulting in a tidal wave of condemnation and outrage directed at Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin. The cause-and-effect relationship between the video and the global backlash is clear - the former could not exist without the latter.

One of the first lessons of objectivity is to slow things down to make sure that fact is not obscured by emotion. The Bucha videotape is disturbing. The video has been released in its present form, it appears, with the express intent of producing a visceral "shock and awe" moment for the viewer. If this was indeed the case, then those who released it - the Ukrainian National Police - have succeeded beyond their wildest imagination. Or that of their advisors, as the case may be.

The linkage between the dead and the Russian military was established immediately, without any fact-based data to back it up, and subsequently echoed in all forms of media - mainstream and social alike. Anyone who dared question the established "Russia did it" narrative was shouted down and belittled as a "Russian shill," or worse.

That these conclusions are the byproduct of mass hysteria is beside the point - why seek to be objective when the narrative fits every stereotype that had been carefully assembled beforehand by the same people parroting the Bucha story today. Social "preconditioning" of an audience unused to critical thinking is an essential step in getting this audience to accept at face value anything that is put before it, regardless of how egregiously the facts of the story strain credulity. And let's be clear - the Ukrainian narrative of the events in Bucha seems to stretch credibility.

The chronology of the narrative produces the first red flag that the story being peddled by Ukraine, and echoed in the West, is not what it seems. It is established fact that Russian troops evacuated Bucha on March 30. Ukrainian National Police began entering Bucha on March 31, and that same day the mayor of Bucha announced that the town was fully under the control of Ukrainian officials. At no time was there any suggestion by the mayor or any other Ukrainian official of mass killings undertaken by Russia. The videotape in question was released by Ukrainian authorities on April 2; it is not certain if the video had been taken earlier, or on that day. What is certain is that the images shown in the video differed sharply from the narrative initially portrayed by the mayor.

For its part, Russia has vehemently denied the allegations, and has requested an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss what the Russian Foreign Ministry has called the "criminal provocations by Ukrainian soldiers and radicals" in Bucha. The presidency of the Security Council is held by Great Britain, and the British mission to the UN has denied the Russian request, stating that a discussion on Ukraine currently scheduled for Tuesday, April 4 would serve as a forum for any discussion about Bucha.

One would think that the Security Council, which has shown a readiness in the past to meet on short notice to discuss the events coming out of Ukraine, would seek to accommodate Russia's request on a matter of such importance. The goal of the British, however, does not appear to be the rapid search for truth and justice, but rather to buy time to allow the political fallout from the alleged massacre in Bucha to develop further.

One example of this tactic manifesting itself is the reaction of US President Joe Biden. "You saw what happened in Bucha," he explained in comments to reporters, adding that Russian President Vladimir Putin "is a war criminal." Biden took advantage of the Bucha crisis to advocate for the delivery of more weaponry to Ukraine. "We have to continue to provide Ukraine with the weapons they need to continue the fight," he said. "And we have to gather all the detail so this can be an actual - have a war crimes trial."

All this from the president of a country which has refused to recognise the International Criminal Court. For reasons which should be obvious to anyone willing to apply some critical thought.

Fortunately for President Biden and the Ukrainian government, the British chief prosecutor of the court, Karim Khan, announced in early March 2022 that he had launched an investigation into alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Ukraine. Given the high profile of the Bucha allegations, one would imagine that Khan has dispatched a forensics team to take control of the crime scene and oversee autopsies on the victims to establish the time of death, mechanism of death, and whether the victims had died where they were allegedly found, or if their bodies had been moved there from another location.

Khan would also be empowered to conduct interviews with the Ukrainian National Police, who have a history of close relations with members of the Ukrainian far right, including the infamous Azov Battalion. Of particular interest would be any investigation into orders given to the police regarding the treatment of those Ukrainian civilians deemed to have collaborated with the Russian military during its occupation of Bucha.

The results of such an investigation would more than likely conflict with the narrative being pursued by the Ukrainian government and echoed in the West by compliant media outlets and politicians alike. This is the prime reason why Khan is not currently on the ground in Bucha. One can assume that if and when Khan is eventually given access to evidence about the Bucha killings, it will have been manipulated by the Ukrainian National Police to such an extent that disproving the allegations will be virtually impossible.

The truth about what happened in Bucha is out there, waiting to be discovered. Unfortunately, that truth appears to be inconvenient for those in a position to pursue it aggressively through a forensics-based, on-site investigation. If it so happens that it eventually emerges that the Ukrainian National Police murdered Ukrainian civilians for the crime of allegedly collaborating with the Russians during their brief occupation of Bucha, and the forces of international law are brought to bear against the true perpetrators of that crime, any true pursuit of justice would have to include both the US and UK governments as witting co-conspirators in any crime charged.

    Scott Ritter is a former US Marine Corps intelligence officer and author of 'SCORPION KING: America's Suicidal Embrace of Nuclear Weapons from FDR to Trump.' He served in the Soviet Union as an inspector implementing the INF Treaty, in General Schwarzkopf's staff during the Gulf War, and from 1991-1998 as a UN weapons inspector.

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#209 2022-04-05 06:42:39

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Good advice here, in this rapid changing global environment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJdLTu2imU0


You Can’t Use Cash and Bitcoin is 'Hijacked,' the New Financial System Has Started


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#210 2022-04-05 07:09:53

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Hi Jeff,
I'm not saying that there were no casualties and I deeply sadden witnessing  these kind of atrocities committed for nefarious reasons. But having seen so many falsities, I don't eagerly agree anymore to sources having a history  of misinformation.

Could you perhaps provide some credible info source for what you wrote about?

Thank you.


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#211 2022-04-05 07:53:35

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Greta wrote:

RT is Russian propaganda, banned by Western countries for spreading disinformation.
They always push what Lier Lavrov and Putin say there.

Every news outlet serves an interest, they just cannot be impartial, otherwise they are gone.

Hi again Jeff,

I used Athena's info, as, practically,  I have no another more reliable source.

But I went through some turbulent times myself and I know quite well the terror of the situation they can cause and sustain. You can't really judge with a cold mind when your bear existence and life is at stake.

Now I know, what was that about. But then, we were all discombobulated, frighten and easy to sway by any news that came up.


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#212 2022-04-05 09:18:16

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Jeff, the over-riding point that Athena makes is that the 'good guys, bad guys' theatre is that, a theatre. It's over, it's done, if we wish to move on and out of this. Or, as David Icke puts it, why choose sides when they are both part of the same web. Go a little deeper, or a little higher, and this is what emerges. I respectfully suggest that you get over it!

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#213 2022-04-05 11:18:10

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What I am saying, Jeff, is that what you say about the Ukraine situation bears no relation to anything that comes out of Taygetan or Swaruunian info. None whatsoever. It comes out of the television that I asked the waiter in the cafe yesterday to move me away from, so I could eat my spot of lunch in peace. Edith asked that you provide some credible info for your claims, which you have not done, unsurprisingly. If you log onto the BBC fakebook page you will find an audience that resonates better with what you write, I suspect....

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#214 2022-04-05 13:21:51

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Jeff wrote:

Which part from what I said do not you agree about?

I'd rather ask: Which parts of the many posts you made during your very short time in this forum so far were not mainstream reurgitation and have nothing to do with Taygetan content, which this forum is about ?

Because that is what he pointed at, and which of course was ignored.

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#215 2022-04-05 18:29:38

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Robert369 wrote:
Jeff wrote:

Which part from what I said do not you agree about?

I'd rather ask: Which parts of the many posts you made during your very short time in this forum so far were not mainstream regurgitation and have anything to do with Taygetan content, which this forum is about ?

Because that is what he pointed at, and which of course was ignored.

Thanks, Robert....!

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#216 2022-04-06 11:01:47

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Jeff wrote:
07wideeyes wrote:

What I am saying, Jeff, is that what you say about the Ukraine situation bears no relation to anything that comes out of Taygetan or Swaruunian info. None whatsoever. It comes out of the television that I asked the waiter in the cafe yesterday to move me away from, so I could eat my spot of lunch in peace. Edith asked that you provide some credible info for your claims, which you have not done, unsurprisingly. If you log onto the BBC fakebook page you will find an audience that resonates better with what you write, I suspect....

Which part from what I said do not you agree about?


Jeff, in short - it's about time you start actively referring to the Cosmic Agency material.


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#217 2022-05-08 04:19:45

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This article reinforces the views of the Taygetan crew about the recent turns in politics and the fate of Europe.

https://tomluongo.me/2022/05/04/the-gre … s-trapped/

quote:

Further to this the EU is now aping what the Trump Administration tried to do to Iran in 2018, sanctioning all services, including insurance, to all shippers of oil from doing any business with Russia and sanctioned Russian banks.
The bloc is proposing to ban European vessels and companies from providing services — including insurance — linked to the transportation of Russian oil and products globally as part of its new sanctions package, according to officials and a draft document seen by Bloomberg.

While member states are still wrangling over the terms, it's a potentially powerful tool because 95% of the world's tanker liability cover is arranged through a London-based insurance organization called the International Group of P&I Clubs that has to heed European law.
These sanctions, effectively politicizing every aspect of international business and trade, are ultimately nothing more than short-term annoyances for Russia or anyone else.

It betrays a mindset that cares nothing for the downstream effects of these actions and, if anything, betrays the desperation felt in Brussels today about its position in the global market.

I've spilled hundreds of column inches trying to explain to the world that it is the EU's totalitarian mindset based on their psychological imbalance and ideological need to be seen as the champions of humanity, that drives all of their decisions.

The US is not so driven. We're far easier to understand. We like power but only so long as it nets us a profit.

This sanctions package is prima facie evidence of their insanity and what happens when, like a cornered animal, they are faced with an existential choice. The EU is built on a foundation of insulating its leadership from the vicissitudes of public opinion.

and the downside effects in Rusia:

quote:

Ronan Manly at Bullion Star recently wrote a great article which is, I believe, the foundational one for what's going on in Russia. In it Manly goes over the steps being taken by the Russians to move away from a purely debt-based currency regime to a commodity-based one. This idea is promulgated by Sergei Glazyev, who is heading up the creation of a kind-of SDR for the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).

These moves are staunchly opposed by the Bank of Russia. I was asked by a Patron to elaborate on this dichotomy.
"It looks to me like Glazyev's plan for the new EAEU currency isn't to make the ruble exchangeable for gold, like the old gold-backed USD, but to value it against the price of gold and 19 or so other commodities, plus the member countries' currencies. The basket, including gold, will be a measure of value, a yardstick by which to compare the value of member currencies. The basket won't be traded, its global value will just be tracked."
Bank of Russia head Elvira Nabiullina is a dutiful IMF-trained midwit. She heads an organization that is not explicitly under Kremlin control, much like the Fed here. That said, Putin has more authority over the central bank because of the power of the Russian President and the reality that the Russian State is strong enough to dictate terms to its oligarchs, rather than the reverse here in the West.

But the Bank of Russia is still operationally run with IMF thinking.

My reply:
"Yes, Nabiullina is a good IMF lackey. At the same time [Nikolai] Patruchev is saying the opposite. The Security Council is more powerful than the Bank of Russia. So, listen to Nabiullina the same way I listen to [US Treasury Sec. Janet] Yellen, as a mouthpiece for foreign powers.
..................

So, with that in mind we can now look at the current goals of Russia as it pertains to its current situation: How to break EU support for the war in Ukraine. That is, categorically, the most important issue for Russia going forward.

End of quote.

Well, I do appreciate these kind of information from level-headed people - it gives me a feeling of hope to be able to keep up our ride on the gravity wave crest and not going under.


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#218 2022-05-18 16:24:29

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https://davidicke.com/2022/05/18/pentag … -they-are/

"Pentagon releases new UFO footage and officials admit they don’t know what they are"

Maybe they are alien "gods" of some religion. big_smile


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#219 2022-05-21 09:36:58

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Have anyone heard about the monkeypox pandemic? There was a mention about it on today's local newspaper.

Found from NTI website, that there was a strategic exercise in case of global monkeypox pandemic back in March 2021.

Couple months before covid, there was also a strategic exercise against covid pandemic.

Coincidence? Maybe..

Quoting from the source which ill provide below.

The exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus
that emerged in the fictional nation of Brinia and spread globally over 18 months. Ultimately, the exercise
scenario revealed that the initial outbreak was caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered
in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight. By the end of
the exercise, the fictional pandemic resulted in more than three billion cases and 270 million fatalities
worldwide

Here's The link to NTI website.:

https://www.nti.org/wp-content/uploads/ … _Final.pdf

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#220 2022-05-21 14:56:41

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Hi Everyone,

I'm getting some info from various sources  - people in contact with 4D and 5D beings that the top of The Cabal has been removed from planet Earth a few days ago and The top of the "Piramide" is gone.

cabal-gone.jpg

Anyone, please confirm or deny?


Thanks
Tomek

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#221 2022-05-25 06:56:09

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Not good at all, but what else to expect from them and their ilk???

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/arti … 1500318231

Bill Gates Lays Out Plan for Global Takeover

Story at-a-glance
•    The World Health Organization is attempting to seize control over global pandemic monitoring and response and, ultimately, all health care decisions
•    Bill Gates intends to play a key part in this takeover. He’s building a pandemic response team for the WHO, dubbed the "Global Epidemic Response & Mobilization" or GERM Team, which will have the authority to monitor nations and make pandemic response decisions, such as when to suspend civil liberties to prevent spread of an illness
•    The globalist cabal plans to seize control through biosecurity governance, and they’re attempting to do this using two different avenues. If we fail to fight off both attacks, we’ll end up under totalitarian governance
•    The first attack comes in the form of amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR), which are currently being voted on by the World Health Assembly. These amendments will strip member nations of their sovereignty and give the WHO unprecedented power to restrict your medical freedoms and civil liberties in the name of biosecurity. Get involved and urge your nation’s leaders to reject the amendments if passed. Unless rejected, they will become binding law in November 2022
•    The second attack comes through a new international pandemic treaty with the WHO. They intend to eliminate individualized medicine and provide blanket rulings for how a given threat is to be addressed, and this can only result in needless suffering — not to mention the loss of individual freedom

In “The Corbett Report” above,1 independent journalist James Corbett reviews the contents of Bill Gates’ book, “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic.”
•    “It’s every bit as infuriating, nauseating, ridiculous, laughable and risible as you would expect,” he says. “This is a ridiculous book ... There’s certainly nothing of medical or scientific value in here ... It’s a baffling book even from a propagandistic perspective ...
•    Gates’ goal in writing the book is to disarm the public and prepare us to accept the agenda that Gates and his allies would like to impose on the world. Ultimately, what this is about is drumming up general public support — or at least general public understanding — of the unfolding biosecurity agenda.”

Another reviewer of Gates’ book, economist Jeffrey Tucker, offered similarly negative feedback:2
•    “Imagine yourself sidled up to a bar. A talkative guy sits down on the stool next to you. He has decided that there is one thing wrong with the world. It can be literally anything. Regardless, he has the solution.
•    It’s interesting and weird for a few minutes. But you gradually come to realize that he is actually crazy. His main point is wrong and so his solutions are wrong too. But the drinks are good, and he is buying. So you put up with it. In any case, you will forget the whole thing in the morning.
•    In the morning, however, you realize that he is one of the world’s richest men and he is pulling the strings of many of the world’s most powerful people. Now you are alarmed. In a nutshell, that’s what it’s like to read Bill Gates’s new book ‘How to Prevent the Next Pandemic.’”

Gates’ Book Chapter by Chapter
•    Corbett goes through Gates’ book chapter by chapter, so if you’re short on time, you can review the ones that interest you the most:
•    Chapter 1: Learn from CO.ID (timestamp: 12:58)
•    Chapter 2: Create a pandemic prevention team (timestamp: 18:23)
•    Chapter 3: Get better at detecting outbreaks early (timestamp: 26:21)
•    Chapter 4: Help people protect themselves right away (timestamp: 31:01)
•    Chapter 5: Find new treatments fast (timestamp: 37:26)
•    Chapter 6: Get ready to make vaccines (timestamp: 39:46)
•    Chapter 7: Practice, practice, practice (timestamp: 47:06)
•    Chapter 8: Close the health gap between rich and poor countries (timestamp: 50:49)
•    Chapter 9: Make — and fund — a plan for preventing pandemics (timestamp: 57:40)
•    Afterword: How CO--D changed the course of our digital future (timestamp: 1:03:00)

And so on…. just read and , if possible, draw the attention to your circle at last, about what is brewing in the abysses of the darkness.

But, there is always a way out !!! After all, WE ARE THE CREATORS!!!!

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The Situation Is Hopeless But Not Serious, Paul Watzlawick

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#222 2022-06-14 07:38:23

Brahman
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Google engineer says Lamda AI system may have its own feelings
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-61784011


Infinite consciousness bliss.

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#223 2022-06-14 09:31:24

Robert369
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Brahman wrote:

Google engineer says Lamda AI system may have its own feelings
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-61784011

This wording has little relevance because AI may have "feelings" as in at best sensory functionality and situation evaluation, but not actual emotions. The latter is reserved for consciousness.


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#224 2022-06-14 18:04:10

RoadtoSamadhi
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Word on the street is they are putting shit inside the gasoline to destroy older vehicles , all part of their control system to make sure we don’t go anywhere

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#225 2022-06-14 22:41:01

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Brahman wrote:

Google engineer says Lamda AI system may have its own feelings
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-61784011

A deep and philosophical conversation with Lamda. Gives you an idea of what it might be like to talk to Moma (Toleka's AI)

https://cajundiscordian.medium.com/is-l … 64d916d917


On the subject of AI, the system Dall-E 2, can draw a completely unique piece of artwork simply from a line of text.
If you want to see "a group of bears smoking a pipe in a Cubist style" (or anything your imagination can come up with) it will produce a piece of art, always pleasing to the eye, exactly as described, in 10 seconds! And multiple versions as well. Millions of artists are soon out of a job.

A short demonstration of its use.
https://www.youtube.com/shorts/v1-a_OYxUEM

It's available for the public to use. It doesn't allow for x-rated content but for sure an x-rated version exists and is just another example of just how easy the lookalike porn pics would have been to produce!


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