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BlackDay2020 1 point ago +2 / -1

When I saw the title the scientist in me cringed reflexively BUT was also aware that hidden assumptions in our thinking can lead to incorrectness. So I watched with an open mind and I'm glad you posted the video.

I'm now willing to believe, and will hunt down the references they mentioned to verify.

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BlackDay2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

The majority of scientists are also conformist types, ironically. They won't speak up even if they disagree e.g. the average medical professional from 2020 onwards.

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BlackDay2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

One exception in the STEM fields where real science is still the only science and still honestly pursued: Mathematics (and its children like statistics and theoretical computer science). Also the most democratic of sciences. With the advent of sci-hub and libgen, even some janitor at MIT (hehe), can go head to head with ivy league types.

The diametric opposite is probably medical science (at least as it is practiced in doctors' offices and big pharma labs). Lots of promising research directions not getting funded as well.

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BlackDay2020 11 points ago +14 / -3

I know eh. Right when normies saw that Twitter was mostly just manufactured sentiment (by bots and algorithms) and were leaving for other places . Boom. In comes the switch to draw them back in it, and avoid losing their influence machinery.

Wonder what Elon Musk gains by sinking $40+ billion into Twitter? I don't believe he's being generous just for us.

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BlackDay2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah next step might be international corporations coming together to start their own private bank. Economy tanks, so this private bank steps in to issue currency (let's call it "Cabal Coin"). May need to disincentivize existing crypto though, so their currency is the only practical solution (eg: businesses and government accept Cabal coins but no other crypto).

Then people may need to sell their assets to this consortium to obtain Cabal Coins to buy food (currency is too devalued a la Weimar Republic). Basically they get your assets and you get money they created out of thin air (same as Fiat, but at least you still have alternative assets).

Final outcome: We move closer to you own nothing and are happy.

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Putin suspended fertilizer exports from Russia due to the sanctions (13% of world's production is in Russia, of which I'm not sure how much they use).

Fits in well with the supply chain disruption theme of 2022.

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BlackDay2020 3 points ago +3 / -0

Supply chain disruptions incoming. My speculation:

This plus the Russian stuff plus some other stuff like Cyber Polygon style attacks will crash the economy ->

print more money ->

hyperinflation and worthless fiat (just like ol' Weimar Republic)->

new transnational currency backed by corporations or their own private Central Bank ->

you get new currency by exchanging your assets for it so you can buy food and shelter with it (eg: They own many farms and houses, and they only take new currency) ->

Massive crash in asset prices, they get to buy the remaining assets cheaply (probably in "partnership" with the government through a Trust or something, so it doesn't look like the takeover attempt that it is) ->

You own nothing and you are happy

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BlackDay2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

My apologies. I was momentarily saddened when I was thinking about what was lost. It was knee jerk emotional reflex to write that. I don't hate Muslims and Christians personally.

Or are you talking about Jews in particular? Yes trust me I understand that currently what is happening, ((they)) are pulling the strings. Even if they aren't the ultimate head of the snake, they do have their hand on the knife that is being used to kill. But I was talking from the perspective of 99.999% of India. Almost none of the are aware of the conspiracies that exist in the West. All they see (and have been taught) is that Jews have been persecuted, so they see some similarity to their own situation. There are many parallels between Israel and India in terms of demographics (% of minority), timeline (both created just 1 year apart), both being ancient civilizations etc.

Unlike the West, historically there was never a noteworthy Jewish presence in India, so they're innocent about it (unlike the countries which had enough and kicked them out). They think Jews are some kind of allies, simply because publicly Israel has always supported the Indian state.

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BlackDay2020 4 points ago +4 / -0

Also happy birthday to your sister u/HerAlterEgo

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Happy birthday dude.

u/Mrexreturns

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BlackDay2020 6 points ago +6 / -0

Interesting. I found something similar in a different part of the world. In those cultures, apparently they mean well (and not the malevolent image David Icke has painted of them). They are also not considered Gods, although still worshipped as they are half-divine. There are multiple levels of divinity below what would be considered "God" in a Christian sense.

naga, in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, a member of a class of mythical semidivine beings, half human and half cobra. They are a strong, handsome species who can assume either wholly human or wholly serpentine form and are potentially dangerous but often beneficial to humans.

The creator deity Brahma relegated the nagas to the nether regions when they became too populous on earth and commanded them to bite only the truly evil or those destined to die prematurely.

Note: I believe "nether regions" could be a mistranslation, and doesn't mean below the ground (or on Earth necessarily).

Brahma is one of the three top Gods, all three considered equal in some sects while in others one of the three (eg: Vishnu) is considered the original.

The female nagas (naginis or nagis) are serpent princesses of striking beauty. The dynasties of Manipur in northeastern India, the Pallavas in southern India, and the ruling family of Funan (ancient Indochina) each claimed an origin in the union of a human being and a nagi.

Source: https://www.britannica.com/topic/naga-Hindu-mythology

They aren't depicted with a tall skull though, only a serpentine lower body: https://fineartamerica.com/featured/nagas-at-rajarani-temple-orissa-india-david-wells.html

Unfortunately the Muslim invaders destroyed most temples in Northern India and also burned the largest library in the world at the time, even though it was a doctor from that university that saved his life (at Nalanda University which had 9 million manuscripts). So most of the Indian heritage is lost.

Although currently, the Church has also joined in trying to destroy the India that remains (India receives the most amount of aid, a lot of which is used to convert people). The demographic changes in some parts of India are astounding, and used for political purposes. It is basically a continuous stream of invasions on a civilizational level going on for the last 1000 years. You can understand why Indians hate Abrahamic faiths (except Jews, who haven't (openly) tried to subvert it).

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think if the ritual was genuine it had nothing really to do with Shiva or Ancient Indian traditions. More likely to be some kind of modern occult appropriation

That could be true. Wouldn't be the first time. Another example: Theosophy (and the ensuing New Age Movement) is built on concepts from Yoga, Buddhism etc. but its beliefs have nothing to do with these. Rather Blavatsky was a Luciferian.

As someone who is familiar with the Indian version, the whole new age movement gives me a dark vibe. In the name of spirituality, they're actually undermining the moral framework of society from something shared to something individualistic. The implication is that there is no common understanding of right and wrong shared by the majority anymore (no unity), leading to a widening of the moral Overton window (because who is to say what's wrong), an attitude which will lead to degeneracy, and ultimately civilizational instability.

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BlackDay2020 0 points ago +1 / -1

Yeah I saw that video just now. I think it's a hoax, mainly because there is no tradition of human sacrifice in the name of Shiva in India. Also that "ritual" is looks like it's designed to appeal to a Western audience: All elements are picked from Western culture. An Indian ritual would look very, very different. Examples: Cloaks aren't worn in India. The rituals in the Sanskrit texts are very complicated and take very long. The worship would also be offered to a Shiva Linga and never a Shiva statue etc.

Indians are largely vegetarian for religious reasons, and in fact, it is considered a transgression to offer anything other than lacto-vegetarian food to Shiva. You can verify this with any Hindu.

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BlackDay2020 4 points ago +5 / -1

Just FYI

That's a statue of Nataraja (Shiva) gifted to CERN by the Indian government. So the statue itself is probably there for a benign reason.

Shiva goes back to the Indus Valley Civilization, displayed on Pashupatinath seals (based on new evidence, the civilization is now considered 8000 years old: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3621622/Indus-Valley-civilisation-pre-date-Egypt-s-pharoahs-Ancient-society-2-500-years-older-thought.html), far before the timeline of the bible and even the Egyptian civilization, and in a geographically distant part of the world.

We need to be careful about applying interpretations and superimposing concepts, across thousands of years, from one civilization onto iconography of another civilization that we don't understand

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mike Yeadon comes to mind. One of the first outspoken people against the vaccines.

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mike Yeadon? Was ignored by MSM and the big name podcasters so less likely he's controlled opposition.

Think about it. The alternative is every Jewish person is in on the conspiracy. And still, with so many people invovled, they somehow manage to keep the whole thing secret..

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BlackDay2020 3 points ago +4 / -1

Good observation. I'm not a military expert, so can't comment on feasibility.

We already know Ukraine will be broken up, since the sovereignty of Donetsk and Luhansk is the official line of Russia. In addition, the Russian spy chief did let slip (if you believe it wasn't misdirection) they're going to integrate the breakaway regions into Russia. The region you've highlighted is much bigger however: So not sure if they also plan to conquer and occupy those regions.

I'm still holding CrazyRussian's theory as the best fit theory currently (fits with Putin's WEF affiliation if you believe that. The other option is corner Russia till its only choice is to conquer and assimilate): https://conspiracies.win/p/141rswiosR/x/c/4OUgMspFvaa

Meaning, in the distant future all of Eastern Europe will be part of the Russia (Slavic Union or something). A multi-polar world, and skip the one world government plan (for now). Perhaps their attempts to homogenize the entire world via globalization failed or wasn't considered possible anymore as there was too much resistance to ethnic/cultural mixing.

This explains why Putin could be moving away from the West, the war to grab Ukraine, no intervention from NATO and the sanctions all make sense. They provide the narrative for why Russia to form its own (economic/political) union. If true, expect more scripted fighting between Russia and the West..

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

If the wearer is Hindu, keep in mind that they also wear a similar red thread, and that custom has nothing to do with Jews: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kautuka#/media/File:Kalava_Mauli_Wikipedia.jpg

Although some Hindu sects wear black..

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BlackDay2020 4 points ago +4 / -0

Apparently you need a 20 point score. I helped you out by upvoting your previous comments. Try again?

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BlackDay2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

For all his faults, that guy did two things right: Closed his country to outsiders both physically and virtually (safe from the cabal) and acquired nukes through whatever means (none can touch him or his country).

He's now a spectator to the show happening in the rest of the world.

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BlackDay2020 0 points ago +1 / -1

It's good to be skeptical. Simple folk want one theory, but it's more scientific to be open minded to all theories which haven't been logically ruled out (I got called a disinfo agent yesterday for doing that, lol).

Regarding Ukraine, I think u/CrazyRussian 's theory fits well (you can find it in my comments from today here).

You can expect more attacks on globalism narrative from Russia/China/non-Western countries (eg: u/pkvi 's recent post), and moving into their own trading bloc.

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