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Censored report into Army corruption by Nicholas Grandham - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 12:46:02 EST ID:0aa7tBzo No.71731 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>The Army War College study released this week tells us nothing new. Several news sites carrying the report have been hacked through Shockwave, disabling browsers and placing malware in computers. When Veterans Today tried to save and publish the document, we were, within 5 minutes, hit with “copyright infringement” charges. The problem, of course, is that this is a public document paid for by the Department of Defense, declassified and in the public domain.

>The hacks included the UK Daily Mail and other news organizations. The Army instigated open cyber warfare against not only Veterans Today but other news organizations around the world, hoping they could somehow control what we expect will be a story they will never be able to contain. They problem is, they tried.

>The information will get out.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/02/22/war-college-army-filled-with-liars-and-cheats/
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Albert Bittingsire - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 22:33:02 EST ID:MxLStdOR No.71750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71741

Suck my dick shill
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Jack Blollyson - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 06:01:10 EST ID:9xnuUBjx No.72946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71735
as long as he keeps it on /tinfoil/, why is it a problem?
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Whitey Snodville - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 10:12:07 EST ID:Rfz64vwt No.72948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72946
He's still an obnoxious cunt even when he's being on topic
He was also permabanned
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Angus Crummerham - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 13:32:42 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71731
I dont see why VT is not credible.

Why are there so many people bashing its credibility?
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Jarvis Fevingforth - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 16:33:24 EST ID:cvg48GNQ No.72965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72962
a) they're paid to

b) aliens


Here's a "light hearted" palate cleanser by Barnaby Gipperstone - Tue, 10 Mar 2015 22:11:13 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Going on this board and others makes me depressed

here's a cheer up for you all

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-Lvv1f5Qu4
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Beatrice Cenderfield - Tue, 10 Mar 2015 23:37:52 EST ID:jZmwu2gP No.72158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
big kitty shill
i wont stand for this
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Nigger Sunkinwell - Wed, 11 Mar 2015 03:00:18 EST ID:7HFWJtXx No.72164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that's pretty good. at first I thought it was gonna be shit, then it got ok then it got good because it actually says the truth

yknow what this reminds me of?
jet fuel cant melt steel beams
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David Drecklestone - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 16:05:53 EST ID:Md+dCglJ No.72949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if this isnt a video of a bear in a pool then wtf else is gonna cheer me up?

nb for getting my hopes up
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Angus Crummerham - Tue, 31 Mar 2015 14:33:25 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72949
sorry man


-All- of Them Witches by Shitting Sishville - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 05:18:08 EST ID:As76SnbH No.70727 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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“Many people during that time died supposedly natural deaths. Since then it has been determined that the United Mental Force of the whole coven could blind, deafen, paralyze, and ultimately kill the chosen victim. This use of a United Mental Force is sometimes called a coven.”

Witches = human sacrifice, blood drinking worshipers of satan. (Not wiccans though they are deceived. It's luciferian-lite)
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Rebecca Chongerhitch - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 10:50:31 EST ID:Chb69vcO No.70753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70727

sause on that book OP
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Nicholas Cendleridge - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 14:51:00 EST ID:yMyQXSLE No.70755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70753
Not a real book, it's from the movie Rosemary's Baby
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Wesley Dartford - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 15:42:23 EST ID:jLZOFA8s No.70756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Scary stuff.
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Nathaniel Fushson - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 11:48:40 EST ID:CxxIg3cB No.72748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70753
sause on that quote OP
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Anonymous Warns Israel That Cyber Attacks will Happen in April - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 21:19:18 EST ID:esKVBmf8 No.72954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70753

Guiley, Rosemary; Zaffis, John (2009). The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology. Infobase Publishing. p. 214. ISBN 0-8160-7314-7.


just some interestinginfo by U - Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:52:05 EST ID:oJ2R8dGS No.71382 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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  • City of London Corporation symbol is Dragons (which are reptiles) and knight with a bat or dragon wing on his helmet.
  • Batman symbol is bat, bat is "vampire".

V (TV Series 2009–2011)
V (1983)

V symbol in movies:
1984
Visitors
Terminator resistance
Captain America and SHIELD

Blue Energy (Blue blood?) symbol:
John Carter
Visitors
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Clara Bazzleputch - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 20:29:44 EST ID:W6pDsdT+ No.71436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71425
>why don't you prove anything in any of your posts
Fine jeez

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_bat
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_the_City_of_London
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dracula
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Hannah Settinghig - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 20:36:56 EST ID:ixuawddb No.71437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71417

>Lol so did literally every other Mayan god. Mayans were into blood man I dunno what to tell you

That was the Aztecs not the Mayans. Common mistake to confuse the two, the Mayans were not a sacrificially motivated culture, they had a more isolationist style of governance and their spiritual devotion was expressed more often in astrologically rooted festivals rather than appeals for favor via blood ritual.

>All of them recent.

Sutinnu, the Sumerian word for bat, is found in multiple cuneiform scripts on blood magic. The animal's blood was used in ritual, it was honored for its association with blood and worshiped in this manner. Sumer is one of the oldest cultures on Earth, but Vedic references to the bat and blood are also in existence.

>There are 1000 species of bat, and ONE species that feeds on the blood of animals.

There are THREE known species of bats which are exclusively hematophagic vampire bats and of mammals in the order Chiroptera there are many which are carnivorous, consuming not only blood but flesh.

>And this species wasn't even discovered until 200 years ago.
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Clara Bazzleputch - Tue, 03 Feb 2015 12:02:44 EST ID:W6pDsdT+ No.71458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71437
>That was the Aztecs not the Mayans
Fair enough, I completely forgot about the differences.

>Sumer is one of the oldest cultures on Earth, but Vedic references to the bat and blood are also in existence.
Alright, this is still tenuous though.

>There are THREE known species of bats which are exclusively hematophagic
Also true, but I was referring to those that feed on mammals.

>All hematophagic bats native to the Americas were known of by most Mesoamerican cultures for as long as record keeping was practiced and by oral tradition it definitely extended further.
But I think it's fair to say that the people of London were unaware of this when they invented the coat of arms?

>This allusion to Bram Stoker being the creator of the vampiric creature is practically a meme
I don't recall making that claim. I just said that I couldn't find an earlier source of vampires being associated with bats. (But no, I'm not going to count bats that ARE vampires, mainly because OP is going by the word "Vampire". The letter V is important apparently)
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Hannah Settinghig - Tue, 03 Feb 2015 15:38:17 EST ID:ixuawddb No.71459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71458

>Alright, this is still tenuous though.

Sure, blood magic and bats doesn't exactly mean vampires but the Sumerians did have powerful beings in their lore that were vampiric. They are specifically described as drinking the blood from the veins of their victims. This post on ATS is actually a pretty decent example of what I'm referring to, though it doesn't cover everything (particularly the portion on bats and blood magic); http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread930529/pg1

Enki himself was created out of blood and clay, blood magic and the power of blood was a strong theme in Sumerian lore, so there are many references. Most of Sumerian culture is still undiscovered keep in mind.

>Also true, but I was referring to those that feed on mammals.

Ah, no, more than 3 feed on mammals, they are flesh eating bats often called 'false vampires'. Bats not belonging to that family, especially omnivorous ones will often eat small mammals and other smaller bats as well, so there are many bats that feed on mammals. The 3 hematophagic bats feed only on blood, nothing else. They are the true vampire bats, biologically speaking. There also may be extinct or undiscovered vampire bats in other regions of the world and of course in the Americas.

>But I think it's fair to say that the people of London were unaware of this when they invented the coat of arms?

Of the Mesoamerican ones yes, but if I might indulge in some speculation, it's quite possible a vampiric species of bat existed on the British Isles before being driven to extinction. It's not a stretch, many species of animal were driven extinct on those islands, a notable legendary example being snakes in Ireland. That is of course just speculation and when I have time I'm going to research it, I do wonder if there's anything to it.
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Hannah Settinghig - Tue, 03 Feb 2015 16:10:06 EST ID:ixuawddb No.71460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71459

If we search V. Machek's work we get this article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubir

The Ubir is a Turkish word with Slavic parallels (V. Machek was a Czech linguist) that describes a vampiric being in legends far older than Stoker's work.

V. Machek's work, Etymologický slovník jazyka českého, 1968. likely has more to say about this, as it references both the Ubir and the word vrepit.

As a linguist and Slav, V. Machek clearly knew quite a bit about the origins of this word, at least in the Slavic region.

Here is V. Machek's biography; http://abicko.avcr.cz/2010/05/12/

V. Machek "succumbed to a serious illness" May 26, 1965. Care to call the Czech Republic for a death record?

Also noteworthy is this line from etymology;
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Journalism and word limits by Nigel Crunkinchick - Sun, 01 Feb 2015 15:49:55 EST ID:/ftvvhCN No.71399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>TL;DR By limiting the amount of characters journalists may use in their articles, writers are forced to use 'synonyms' etc to express their ideas - lower resolution versions of their initial story.

Synonyms don't exist. Words have immutable meaning, that can be over-extended, however synonyms are a myth. They are indeed similar, and carry similar connotations and extended meaning, but they are not the same.

I am wondering if less complex language is being used to convey complex ideas in a simplistic light, and if character limits placed in news outlets are ways of forcing/ encouraging the use of certain terms.

Certain terms, such as 'The War On Terror' are actually shorthand terms for 'The concentrated effort to suppress ideology and action that undermines current foreign/ domestic policy'.

Anyone else noticed? I will write more when I am more able to write huge chunks of text, but my basic point is the limitation of language = suppression of ideas as in 1984 etc etc
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Phyllis Drebbleford - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 21:18:55 EST ID:2xf5bB/z No.72870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71427
#doubleplusgood
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Phyllis Wacklefark - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 23:32:39 EST ID:ixuawddb No.72879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72847

Hail Omnom Queen of Tinfoil I crowne thee with a greate Corona ov Tin to Obfuscate thee moste pernicious ande odorous of vibrations.
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Angus Briggleham - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 04:38:16 EST ID:8oTOfaae No.72885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, bit surprised to see this thread revived... I was really high when I posted and forgot I made it.

I guess my main point was about use of language to influence. For some reason I focused on the aspect of arbitrarily limiting the length of articles and content both as a way of making everything into a soundbite for people to endlessly echo, without any real substance or weight to what was published, and also as a way of forcing journalists to over simplify and make generalizations (because it would take up too much space in the publication to really discuss an issue in-depth).

From my own understanding this is a common tactic from editors who won't/ can't simply refuse to publish certain content. There are a lot of dirty tricks in journalism designed to increase sensationalism and emotionally manipulate readers (which is obvious or should be), but the way it is encouraged and institutionalized runs deep and has done for a long time thanks either to direct corruption from people with money and an agenda (the shareholders, politicians and Rupert Murdoch's of the world), or as a DIRECT RESULT of the for-profit business model that mainstream publications are generally based on.
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Omnom !OmnomKhVkw - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 19:50:07 EST ID:dsLqwzRf No.72902 Report Quick Reply
>>72867
Almost all of his posts were on this one board and every single one was one line replies like "lol ur gay! illmernaty! STFU"
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Ian Cummerway - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 01:48:17 EST ID:aDL3NpSl No.72918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72902
That's what's up thanks dude. Send him back to the throwaways. Dumb shill


The New World is the internet. by Fuck Guffingkun - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 03:12:23 EST ID:XEdze9/U No.72824 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Think about it, the old new world was the americas right, where there was no government setups and people who went there were free to do as they wish without the government breathing down their back.

This is what the internet was like, it was free to do as you wish with it, but the governements took control and began using it to create a global culture, which with a global culture they can create a global idealogogy and then with that create a global government.

But the sad bit is we have already lost, its too late, they have already set up their foundations and i think before 2020 hits they will have control of the internet and there will be no freedom except for the deepweb. all we can do now is hang onto our internet freedoms for as long as we can.

They already control our thoughts and our image (via facebook), they are able to target rebellious trends to make them seem un-cool or unworth of your time via things like twitter and website market research.
People think they are safe and that no one cares about what they say on the internet, but its all catalogued and analyzed on a global level.

Terence Mckenna said that in 1998 we would discover a new world, a new world that would be sought out by those wishing to break free and a new world for the elites to conquer i think even he didnt know it was going to be the rise of the internet.
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Angus Briggleham - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 15:29:02 EST ID:8oTOfaae No.72897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72825

Most of the user base of social media sites are unaware of being controlled at all. As consumers they are duped into believing they are the ones in control, like VIP's that companies have to cater to.

I call it "The customer is always right" mentality.

If you imagine an animal on a farm who gets fed regularly, watered regularly and and has his living space cleaned regularly by a farmer, the animal would probably think (if it had the capacity to reason) that the farmer is some kind of servant. They have no idea they're being prepped for slaughter, and that even their bones would be ground up to make gummy bears and glue and shit.

Most animals walk into the slaughterhouse willingly. Sure once inside or even before they might get edgy from the noises, smells, unfamiliar environment etc. Some even go wild and try to bolt. But generally the last thing they experience is confusion, they just can't understand the trap that's closing around them.
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Angus Briggleham - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 15:40:02 EST ID:8oTOfaae No.72898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72897

Assuming of course the creature is treated fairly well. I'm aware not everybody is 'looked after' by whichever system they are at the mercy of. Those that are mistreated would exhibit mental illness, stress, self-destructive behavior etc. Even the creatures that are looked after commonly fall into these problems purely because they are not living naturally, the way they would live if they were in the wild.

Domestication is a whole other subject to go into, but even domesticated creatures have instinctive memories that they live by, which can cause big problems and lead to stress, psychosis etc when they are living in a way that conflicts with what they instinctively feel. Look at creatures in zoo's and the problems they face. Now compare those problems to how you feel about your life and the way you live.

nb (sorry, gone off on a bit of a tangent)
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Martin Dartfield - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 19:37:58 EST ID:tB58Wq3w No.72901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72824
Freedom on the deepweb? Haha. Give to 5 years tops.
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Caroline Sozzlenog - Sat, 28 Mar 2015 23:32:23 EST ID:X1i6F+8E No.72904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72901

Hopefully it'll be like cuba (in relation to the new world)
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Ian Billingwill - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 01:51:53 EST ID:Lte0pYAN No.72922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72914
Quot being so mean. He's not wrong. It's been happening for years


Fight Club = MK ULTRA ! by Samuel Duckridge - Sat, 21 Feb 2015 11:00:02 EST ID:4dTXD6IN No.71706 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In fight club why does the main character have a split personality?

Why did he start a cult and terrorist organisation?

Why when he dies his alter lives and vice versa?

There seems to be a hidden meaning behind this film. And that meaning is MK ULTRA.

www.stopthecrime.net/COMM%2012%20BRIEFING001%20%281%29.pdf

Amazing leaked MK ULTRA document features a case study with Candy eerily similar to fight club, as well as info on CIA cults like Jonestown and the Moonies. Was Fight Club a CIA made production to mind fuck with the masses?

read more:

http://thethrowaways.freeforums.net/thread/105/hidden-meaning-fight-club
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Thomas Sivingsig - Thu, 05 Mar 2015 12:17:14 EST ID:zyO65xzn No.71945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71944
And revolution
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Augustus Mittinghick - Sun, 08 Mar 2015 06:17:38 EST ID:O+G8L1wq No.72067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.11points.com/Movies/11_Hidden_Secrets_in_Fight_Club

So the auther says "since when can a figment of your imagination drive a car?"

It can't. But the CIA can remote hack cars easy.

PS. so is there a directors cut or should I just get the 2 disc special edition?
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Eliza Worthingcocke - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 01:40:21 EST ID:CxxIg3cB No.72370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71945
That can literally be said about any movie...
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Fucking Wommerstene - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 05:40:05 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.72494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
3
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Fucking Hammleman - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 02:22:44 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.72823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ok you too


Geopolitical Censorship, GamerGate and You by Soviet Psychonaut - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 22:18:26 EST ID:0MYf0Rbm No.71438 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Image attached is the full essay post, I'll post each part for your convenience.

Original poster started with:

"I've acted, in some capacity, as a political advisor for a certain think tank and some local analyst by proxy. While I haven't got access to privileged information, I have some connections to piece information back together. I've been most impressed with the ability of you guys to piece things together and was surprised to see you dig as far as you have.

What I’m going to say is going to sound like an intro to a new Metal Gear Solid game, but whatever, let’s get it rolling."
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Edward Hammleridge - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 02:37:03 EST ID:vj8dsYBB No.71730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71695

you said it. pride. our society lacks even the simplest of humility.

not everyone used blame and exclusion as punishment. take the native americans for example
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Fucking Blepperstock - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 03:53:43 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.71892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71703
Perhaps, at least among the older crowd.
Read OP's shit again. The 18-35 crowd went apeshit, and those are all the up and comers and people currently inheriting the future. And down the line, I don't know, because I'm not in much contact with children, but I am sure they've been heavily affected. I mean ffs 10 year olds own a mobile computer phone and a tablet these days. They spend all their damn time online. You think this went past notice? Because I sure as fuck can say I HATED the shit out of this specifically because, among other notable reasons, my fucking feed was clogged with it. Literally like 80% of my friends were posting about GG, most of which was wildly negative. It was like watching the news in 1999 and praying at least somebody would run a story that didn't have to do with Monica or the legal status of Bubba's dick.

So, there's that.
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Barnaby Blonnerson - Thu, 05 Mar 2015 20:48:48 EST ID:EwbmfY7Q No.71971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71892
those little kids with tablets frighten me. i know every generation looks at the younger ones and says "man these guys are fucked up," but these kids have been saturated in internet since they can remember, they're gonna have high quality VR porn when they're in high school, i just don't know man, i hope they make it out OK
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Cedric Bevingsere - Thu, 05 Mar 2015 22:07:10 EST ID:X7sw6N0n No.71973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71971
>i hope they make it out OK

Many of them won't, sadly. But humanity finds a way of adapting. Only the strong will survive. It's the natural way.
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Fucking Hammleman - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 02:20:38 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.72822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nope,
up


operation mind control and its disintegration by Cornelius Billingham - Sun, 15 Mar 2015 21:08:59 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.72322 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have read about this.

Why does the programming start breaking down around age 30??
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Fucking Wommerstene - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 05:39:02 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.72492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Comment1
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Edward Turveyford - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 20:48:08 EST ID:1NGPphmL No.72517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72423
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Molly Breggledire - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 14:25:09 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72492
found the shill bot
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Fucking Hammleman - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 02:15:53 EST ID:QEn6nkvi No.72819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72550
I was bring back the threads that have been slid. btw another COINTELPRO forum control tactic--being a shill and saying NO U
I am surprised this actually seems to work somethimes. I was deliberately noting numerically which threads I am bring back. Just this one made it to page 4. Just look at the front page (and now second) it is literally nothing but shills, poltard faggot shills, and /jenk/ (supposedly. So no fuck you buddy I am simply going to counter y'alls faggotry by bring back any and all of the good or goodish threads I am now almost positive are being forums slid.
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Shitting Blythestock - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 13:36:41 EST ID:EwbmfY7Q No.72833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72819
yes dude i'm sure that a bunch of threads on a very inactive conspiracy theory image board not being posted in a lot is because government agents are coming in here and trying to get them off the front page

and yes, I'll save you the trouble of typing, I'm totally a shill , I work right under obama, he just showed me some funny pics of you scratching your butthole that were gathered by your personal gangstalking squad


brainwashing by Jack Pinderspear - Mon, 23 Feb 2015 21:00:04 EST ID:FcOatwkv No.71779 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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don't you think pov porn is brainwashing at its finest?
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Molly Breggledire - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 14:43:28 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72467
topic diversion = topic diversion from multiple people

its still topic diversion
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William Sorringhall - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 23:58:43 EST ID:IBx9iCzR No.72611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i started watching porn at 7
now 20 years later i feel sheep as fuck
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Jarvis Fanstock - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 01:21:55 EST ID:0z1tjt2W No.72782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72611
Damn that's a pretty early age to be exposed to that stuff

>>72633
Thanks for your informative and well thought out response....
so


back on topic here


Porn and grey matter, why the correlation?
I stopped for a while and felt my short term memory come back weirdly enough, but Im more addicted to the feeling of testosterone or whatever it is pump through me.

Libido stayed the same as I masturbated a lot before so Im just finding sex as the only outlet has made my girlfriend happy haha
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Nigel Gusslespear - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 11:38:48 EST ID:Lte0pYAN No.72791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72782
There is topic diversion because this thread is retarded
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Martha Heddlefut - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 21:08:48 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.72801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72551
>and youre the kid walking in on an adult convorsation where we already have sources and facts established and you use shitty methods of a blanket statement in an attempt at argument instead of addressing the sources and points already in the thread

Hey bro, ever heard of a period? Its a punctuation mark, you use it at the end of a statement as it helps separates thoughts.

>were talking about how porn lowers test
which I talked about in that post. And a lot of the studies I've seen concludes it doesn't.

>>72782
>but Im more addicted to the feeling of testosterone or whatever it is pump through me
Testosterone is not a neuromodulator in that sense. I am really not trying to derail you man, I'm really not, but you can't say shit that doesn't make sense, talk about sources one sec and then say shit that isn't scientifically sound the next.
Testosterone does not make you feel "pumped up". That is adrenaline and noradrenaline. Testosterone is a hormone and it causes molecules to form macromolecules (like amino acids to form actin or myosin chains in the muscle). It also effects gene expression.

>Also whats with all the fucking topic diversion here?
Take it from me and ignore like 1/3 of the posters on this thread. No joke man. I ignored like 3 people and at least a quarter of this thread is now "User has been ignored." There's either been an influx of a couple of retards from 4skin or some fucking shills all up in this place. You'll thank me later


godot by Graham Tillingcocke - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 16:58:32 EST ID:VaYhWu4c No.71025 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what do you guys think of psychopaths? are they behind all of the conspiracy and mass madness? have you guys ever met a psychopath? would one theoretically be able to infiltrate the psychopathic elite to change the system from within?
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Molly Chemmerpat - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 11:55:32 EST ID:RUR+JONB No.72751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71025
so basically you're telling me that hobos NOT lizards run the government?


Which one is it?
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Ian Gunningkodge - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 12:44:42 EST ID:3ZV6kNWB No.72754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71368
>on a conspiracy board
>abide by the rules
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Thomas Dartham - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 17:03:30 EST ID:RmPgDx9D No.72761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>71346
looks like you murdered a grammar book too when you were 6 or 7
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Eliza Hucklestock - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 00:45:12 EST ID:59ugGHPE No.72779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72754

Doesn't matter, underage is underage. Also, you're 14.
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Walter Blebbersure - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 11:46:28 EST ID:aDL3NpSl No.72794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72779
Also apparently failed English class


Our ultimate fate by Phyllis Subbershit - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 12:20:25 EST ID:98FI2sz3 No.72752 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I believe that the upper echelons of civilization have realized it is impossible for humanity to ever leave the planet earth. Amongst the conflicts separating humanity, natural events, and our own technological shortcomings throw into account the rapidly ever expanding of the universe it is not feasible to assume we will be able to travel the stars, barring speed of light and warp travel.

This leads to the leaders of civilization to come up with these elaborate "issues" to keep humanity a) pacified b) hoping and ultimately c) causing amounts of pain. These three things when combined can sustain humanity afloat until we naturally go extinct or some natural disaster/ourselves destroys us. While the leaders know there is no hope and ultimately no problems they can be allowed to live life to the fullest knowing that existence is meaningless while the rest of the world toils around the clock to pay for the leaders secret lavish cocaine fueled sex cruise.

I feel sorry for scientists of old. I imagine the ones aware of the truth are paid well to stay silent if they aren't already a part of the leaders. I think the worst parts isn't that it's not possible it's just that we can do nothing to change our fate regardless

Basically what I'm saying is that the conspiracy is we're doomed to die on this insignificant planet but relatively safe just working for the leaders under the assumption we are changing where we're going.
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Ian Gunningkodge - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 12:37:42 EST ID:3ZV6kNWB No.72753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>our ultimate fate
>nothing

wow nice epiphany, go read nietchze once again.
This is what 60% of the world population believes and thats why its in shit. There's like 30% religious n dogmas(manipulated by higher-ups satanists in religions like catholics/Khazar jews, mind you), with 10% that fucking understand we just gotta progress with science and faith, not either one

The real issue is those atheists/"smart"/rational/muh science people, they think they are so right like there's no soul, they imply their every being as if the body wasn't a "receptor" like a radio for our soul/consciousness to inhabit. they interpret the body like a vehicle that will expire but its only the ego that expires, not the soul, working on that SOLE concept, your life will better itself because you will thrive instead of just mourning on the world's limitation
The 2nd real issue is truth hiddens in the new agers movement and the witchcrafts/magick included that are like tourist traps. You just gotta know its also controlled by satanists and the likes. Then people laugh about subjects tied to spirituality, occultism and esoterism that are mostly based on inconclusive works. but thats what the rulers want, they want people divided.

"its not possible" that's fucking pathetic, do you know how the Tesla technologies and how meaningful the implications of its secrecy? We can advance, we're just getting buttfucked like the filthy animals we are

btw here is Nietzsche, a clear freemason buttfucker
dont trust masons its all you have to know
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Thomas Dartham - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 16:59:32 EST ID:RmPgDx9D No.72760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>72753
i never said it was impossible just impossible for humanity. Anyone else might be able to do it


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