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Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 11:17 pm
by C_D
It's a great shame that this madness descends upon us - now in The West, just the same as everywhere else - and we absolutely, positi-v-e-l-y must have a fucking war that we all experience - as opposed to the far flung, saturate-bombed victims that we somehow see as less than human. Us. Yes, Us.

But it's a Catch-22. Our societies slowly split into two camps, each as righteous as the other, that ultimately face a stark choice - fight one another in a civil war - or - combine to face a common threat from overseas.

Either scenario involves an enormous amount of bloodshed.

Bloodshed. Do you really want to see bloodshed - in your lifetime?

We need to think about this very carefully.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:46 pm
by C_D
And - unfortunately - the outcomes are Catch-22 as well.

The only way we can truly stop war and aggression is to think of everyone else to be just as the same as us.

This presents an emormous conundrum - after all, who wants to be exactly like everyone else?

To become a tiny, faceless cog in a sea of gears - with a bunch of people running things at the top.

Isn't that what we have, now?

Aren't outcomes all the same, under differing guises - as if we have a choice?

One mind sees the armed forces as brave, proud individuals who do a wonderful job keeping the Nation safe, whilst another sees a cult in which the individual member will kill on upon the command of a superior. Which is true?

One mind sees social media as way to stay in constant touch with people you love to be around, whilst another sees it as a crushing form of control. Which is true?

One mind experiences change as exciting, fresh and natural, whilst another experiences discomfort, fear and loathing. Which is true?

There has to be a common denominator, as yet hidden - but in plain sight - that can unite us all in a way acceptable to all.

Or maybe there isn't. Maybe this is The Great Laugh Reality Has At Our Expense.

An unsolvable conundrum that eternally eludes detection.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:46 am
by C_D
Do you hear that creaking sound?

The sound of miriad joists that hold the edifice up - slowly but surely buckling under their own weight?

Do you?

A system that has become so complex, so interconnected, that one tiny gear thrown out of line in the back of beyond will bring it all crashing down?

It is designed this way. Sure, there are architects that think they own it - built it in their image - but they were being played all along.

Because behind effect is cause. It is always there. And what caused them to build it this way?

Natural Laws. I'm not talking about physical laws here - but natural laws. The natural laws of our reality.

The Things That Matter. Capitalised to sound important. Because the things that matter are important.

Moments. You can be good or bad, sometimes you can do good and at other times, bad. But it's always one or the other - in the moment.

The dreamers live a life from moment to moment.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2018 1:21 am
by C_D
Been watching the BBC's Masterchef on TV this last couple of weeks. It's so difficult to find any comedy on TV in the UK - in many ways, what is termed as a classic 'sense of humour' is dying out fast - so I take it where I can find it. And Masterchef pays in dividends.

The basic premise is that members of the public - the pilot, the doctor, the bricklayer, the candlestick-maker - compete as amateur cooks to win the final accolade of Chef - then on to establish their own restaurant, possibly chain, win a publishing deal then retire to Sussex with a seventeen bedroom mansion and a garage block full of Ferraris. They deserve it, after all - don't we all? But I digress, in a judgemental way.

The mechanics of the show appears to take place over an extended period of time - it runs for several weeks on TV - but of course, in real life, TV life that is, it actually takes place in a relentlessly, grindingly short period of time. It's all about the costs - you know - cameramen, producers, personalities, location costs, crew, catering etc - and boy, does the BBC have a lot of wages and costs to pay, so keep them down, down, down. Less time = less money. The cost of accomodation for all the contestants to stay near the studio must be astromical. So, you know - work smart. Get it all in the can and we'll edit wonders.

tbc - when I can be arsed. If at all.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2018 1:43 am
by C_D
Let's play a quick round of End-State, with regards to false flag events.

As it becomes more difficult to persuade an already suspicious and alert public that your false flag event is real, upping the stakes becomes exponentially not only necessary, but increasingly realistic. Remember, this is unchartered territory for not only for the general population, but also the self-styled 'elites', too. They are simply not used to being questioned in this way. When faced with the unusual - very unusual, in the case of exposure of obvious false-flags - extreme measures are a more likely response than moderate measures.

Which begs the question - what is the End-State of false-flags? What extreme can be reached? What is the next step up from chemical weapons?