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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

One data point to keep in mind is that the AJ trial was initiated by TPTB themselves. Not many CTists discuss it any more since it's been fairly thoroughly documented by works like "We Need to Talk about Sandy Hook" and the book you posted. If someone can get through those and still think anything about it was real, I hope I never have to interact with that person in any way.

I've finally settled on the thesis that the motivation for the AJ trial is to scare anyone from publishing or speaking on false flag narratives for fear of legal repercussions. There is also a powerful second order effect of the family and friends of such people. Like if you try talking about some FF with your buddy and he says, "Hey man, you need to drop that. Gay frogs is harmless, but don't you know what happened to yelling fat man? People really died! You gotta smarten up!"

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was going to make a technical point about the title of the book, and while doing a quick search to refresh myself, I came across a glaring anomaly. But first, the technical point.

One of the teachers killed (allegedly) was Lauren Rousseau. IIRC, it was her car in the parking lot which had three bullet holes in it. Only two were pictured. One was right below the window, and where the paint had chipped off in a circle around the hole itself there were several spots of rust. The other hole, in the A-pillar, was--get this--outgoing. Also, in the DNA analysis done by the forensics lab, I believe it was Rousseau's blood that was found on a cartridge inside of one of the still loaded magazines.

Sherlock Holmes might tentatively hypothesize that Rousseau was killed quite some time before the "event", maybe in her car, and by the same person that loaded the magazines. So maybe nobody died at Sandy Hook, but someone may actually have died.

The anomalous fact I came across is that after all this time and all the attention to SH in all the media, there are still five children whose pictures have never been published. Yeah, you heard that right. Here's the article from 8/5/2022:

It's been almost a decade since the Sandy Hook shooting. Here are the names and pictures of the 27 victims, including 20 children, who were murdered that day.

So if anything about the latest AJ trial was real, he would have pursued the line that neither these five nor any of the other fifteen children were real people. Seriously, the parents of these five, if subpoenaed, were going to claim they had never taken any photos of their child? Or that they had destroyed them all? Is there a jury in the land that would buy that, even one with only Democrat voters?

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

Your wish is granted!

So one claim I make is that Nimrod and Satan are one and the same. I'm not quite sure that it's stated concisely anywhere, but I think few doubt that Satan was the leader of the Fallen Angels. In the Book of Enoch, when the Fallen Angels were sent down to Earth they landed at Mount Hermon..

On the southwestern slope of Mt. Hermon are the ruins of an ancient megalithic fortress. The name of it? Nimrod Fortress.

Once we tentatively conclude that Satan was a real entity and that this was his residence for a time, another couple of pieces of anomalous evidence seem to slide into place.

This fortress is located at the northern end of the disputed Golan Heights. Israel seized the Golan in 1967 and has since then defied all loud international outcry over the theft. enduring lots of bad publicity, but they just hang on. In all that time, they have not developed it either militarily or economically with projects and settlers. What could be their point? Maybe there's more to Hermon than we know, and someone instructed them to hold on to it at any cost. Who could order such a thing? The guy at the top of the pyramid?

And you've heard that there was a War in Heaven, right? Well maybe some of it took place on Earth because the Nimrod Fortress is very heavily damaged with wreckage of scattered blocks in 3 areas. They claim it was done by some Crusaders, but I don't believe that for a second. Here's a description of the damage from a mainstream source, Characterization of the different masonry styles and their earthquake footprints at Qal’at al-Subayba:

The Massive masonry is restricted to the Northwestern Tower and adjacent stone wreckage . This masonry is characterized by rusticated, trapezoid ashlar of 2–5 m width, 1–2 m height, 1–2 m depth block, weighing between five and 30 tons each

I don't think Tomahawk missiles scatters 30 ton blocks around. Further, it's yet another site that, well, does not seem like humans with their technology of the time could have built:

The outer face of the stones’ surface is rough, but their contours are delicately and accurately cut and each stone was carved individually to fit snuggly to its neighbors.... The quality and precision of the stone dressing are outstanding and, despite their size, each stone was individually fashioned for distinctive shape and role

It seems to me more like the site of a physical clash between two very powerful factions, and not the result of some spiritual struggle between Man and his inner nature or some such thing.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, you got it exactly correct. If that's a thesis you choose to follow up on, I'd say what you should keep always present in mind is that these were real beings doing real things. I suggest that keeping this discipline will help clarify many issues. They weren't supernatural entities in some mystical struggle of cosmic whatever.

Which leads to the issue of symbolism. From my observation, almost everyone gets carried off into nonsense. The huge problem is that analysis of symbolism is very frequently unfalsifiable and--worse--those who analyze it don't even try to falsify their own analysis.

Take the current example and the text quoted from the Book of Jasher. My read of it is something like this: It looks like Nimrod was trying to trying to construct some kind of space travel facility because he and his crew had been marooned on Earth, and we don't fully understand all these strange details because the people that handed down the stories were themselves barely out of the Stone Age and did not understand it themselves, although they knew it was important and tried their best. (BTW, I would claim the story of the Tower would have been about 10,000 years old by the time it was written down.)

A more common analysis is something like, "Man had the hubris to challenge God with a tower that reached to Heaven and towers are penis symbols and God (who is a woman) by smashing the tower symbolically smote the patriarchy, and then symbolically...." Well, you get the picture.

So on the one hand we can look for more intersecting evidence and try better to understand the evidence we already have. On the other hand we can just keep lashing one thing to another, with no hope or even effort at refutation.

So if you're a fan of my kind of approach, let me know and I'll give you a tasty morsel about Nimrod, intersecting with what we have talked about here, that I have never seen anyone talk about.

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Primate98 3 points ago +3 / -0

A common reaction to this is probably something about how this is a reflection of the degradation of society and how the young people or today something-or-other. But being of a conspiratorial mindset and knowing the grand scale on which the world is run, I suspect there is something deeper.

I just can't get the thought out of my head that there is some small group somewhere that has been working for decades monitoring data and events related to this and subtly shaping trends and forces to bring about this very outcome, part of the larger goal of weakening and destabilizing society, and thusly making it easier to dominate.

I think conspiracy theorists are going to have make up a new term to deride and dismiss people like me who think dark forces are operating at the highest levels to shape our world, because "conspiracy theorist" is already taken.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

I came at this from a completely different direction from Mullins, but I reached the same conclusion. He says in the very first sentence that "all conspiracies are Satanic", but I would rephrase this to say, "there is only one conspiracy, and it is literally Satanic".

I got the first part of that from Batman, in some modern day cartoon: there were not multiple conspiracies, but all were aspects of a single conspiracy. By this time I had learned that the Elite signal their truths in popular entertainments. After living with it for some time, I failed to find a single conspiracy that I believed to be independent from all others.

And after discovering that Satan existed quite literally, I figured, "Well, who the Hell else would be in charge of the ultimate conspiracy?" Many, many things became much simpler and clearer after that epiphany.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

IIRC (and I'm too lazy too look it up), Roger Waters originally came out in support of Ukraine and against "Russian aggression".After hearing him be so on point about Palestine and Israeli crimes, I was so disappointed. I even thought he might just have been a plant all along.

Looks like he got hip to the real situation in Ukraine and got back on track. I think it goes to show you should never bite down too hard too quick because deception is everywhere and none of us are immune, although I think we can see that the vast majority live their lives as if they were.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

How many people do you think read this? I'm just guessing, but I'd say zero.

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Primate98 0 points ago +1 / -1

I copied this text some time ago from the Psychosis page:

Psychosis is an abnormal condition of the mind that results in difficulties determining what is real and what is not real. Symptoms may include delusions and hallucinations. Other symptoms may include incoherent speech and behavior that is inappropriate for the situation.

Any of this sound familiar to anyone?

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Primate98 1 point ago +2 / -1

I've seen so many shills hammering away over at r/conspiracy with "get out of the left/right paradigm!" But that sounds like what we should be doing and those are not really shills, correct?

Yeah, there are some dumb conspiracy noobs that picked it up like it was the cool thing to say, but mostly no, they're definitely shills. Their point is to get you away from any shreds of good sense left in the Republican establishment. The GOP seldom advocates the lunacy of the Left, they just go along with it when the time comes.

The larger fallacy is that Leftism is no longer some political ideology with which you might have some disagreement, resolvable through dialog and compromise. Rather, it has become the nexus of collection and indoctrination for those driven to a form of insanity by the brainwashing.

And that's the more important point because this crew will go along with any initiative, no matter ridiculous, and as er have all recently witnessed. In fact, they revel in the outrageousness of it all.

So imagine walking into your local loony bin and saying, "C'mon guys, snap out of it! Time to get your shit together. Let's just work this out, mmmkay?" I recommend people stop thinking that's going to lead to any kind of progress.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Elohim of the Bible and other works are one and the same as Sitchin's Anunnaki. Yahweh of the Bible is the Anunnaki known as Enlil. Most surprisingly and most key, Nimrod and Satan of the Bible are the same entity, and also the same as the Anunnaki known as Marduk.

The information is essential to any understanding of these works and thus of historical events.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just came across this very bad sign for Ukraine relative to the Western powers. The banner carrier for the Leftist Establishment Narrative, NPR, has been given the green light to mention less-than-complimentary things about Ukraine:

NPR Turns Against Ukraine!

Do not ask for whom the bell tolls, Elensky & Co., it tolls for thee.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

Some years ago I picked up a factoid in mainstream reporting. The subject was the number of people who died from the flu every year. We all got used to hearing figures in the tens of thousands, maybe 40 or 50 or even 75,000. So they asked, "Of those, how many were documented by laboratory testing to have died of the flu?"

They said the answer was about 25. Not thousand. Twenty-five. If some old person felt poorly, went to the hospital and croaked, well, flu, amirite? Just check that box and we all move on.

Everything is just a much deeper and longer-running scam than any of us ever suspected.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

Even what is referred to as Ukraine's war effort I think has got to end soon, weeks or a couple of months at a guess, and I base that on just two data points.

First, the professional army has been annihilated. None of the reinforcements going to the contact line are professional contract soldiers.

Second, in the last wave of mobilization, the casualty rate was 80% before even reaching the front. They were killed, injured, or deserted.

I think this is going to be a case of "slowly, then all at once", but there's no way short of active duty NATO soldiers just up and deploying into Ukraine (in larger numbers than they are already) to extend what has long been a foregone conclusion.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think the whole ghey op was for this purpose: to frighten people away from talking about all the ghey ops. However, I also think they will never go after real people unless it is under extremely controlled circumstances.

Why would I say this? I keep thinking more and more that the "trial" was not an actual legal proceeding. Note that no one even questions that. In any real proceeding, the defendant has a right to discovery, and the easiest thing to do would be to claim that the child or children were not real people and demand all the records that would exist if they were (birth, school, health, death, etc.). Either none would be provided or there's a very good chance they could be shown to be phony.

Since Jones did none of this, nor even talked about why he didn't, IDK what further proof we need he's controlled op and this was just another sham.

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Primate98 3 points ago +3 / -0

I agree that this is pretty much the model, but I have found that there is a deeper underlying problem. That is, when you show people the gateway into an inner level, very few of them have any recognition of it, or of the wall, or of why they would want to get past it. I suppose that's because everyone thinks they live in the citadel.

Here's an example: I've posted replies on Reddit conspiracy many dozens of times directly in response to someone's OP linking them to a paper by Miles Mathis. His work is loaded with stunning revelations. Not one single time have I got back a reply saying something like, "Wow, some surprising stuff in there!" or "Hey, this really goes deeper than I thought!" Nor do they say, "That guy is full of beans!" Nope, just no response at all.

As an aside, Mathis is a disinfo agent himself, and the highest-level gatekeeper I have ever encountered. So he has to guide you in himself past several gateways in the image above to bring you to the door he's guarding.

Anyway, I surmise that because the information is so disturbing to their worldview, even though they are presumably "conspiracy theorists", that it just bounces off them like ping-pong balls off a brick wall and they move on undisturbed. It pains me to say it, but they're just a more refined strain of normie.

I bring this all up to point out that even the "awake" are severely limited, and that's the world we're dealing with.

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Primate98 1 point ago +2 / -1

I believe it's more correct to say that feminism was invented by "Them". Here's one of the originals, good old illumined Adam Weishaupt, on the very subject:

There is no way of influencing men so powerfully as by means of the women.  These should therefore be our chief study; we should insinuate ourselves into their good opinion, give them hints of emancipation from the tyranny of public opinion, and of standing up for themselves; it will be an immense relief to their enslaved minds to be freed from any one bond of restraint, and it will fire them the more, and cause them to work for us with zeal, without knowing that they do so, for they will only be indulging their own desire of personal admiration.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's a long analysis, but I believe he's really dead this time and won't be coming back.

One aspect of it is that I presume Zawahiri had returned to Afghanistan to direct Al Qaeda's destabilization effort against the Taliban. I suppose we can conclude that control of Afghanistan remains a key component of Cabal plans.

I suspect he returned to Afghanistan in the fall of 2021 somewhat visibly yet still out of the reach of the Taliban. Then in November, he dropped off the radar in Ghazni by spreading news of his own death by natural causes, then quietly takes up residence in Kabul.

Although I do not agree with the thesis of the article, you can read some of the details of his supposed demise in: The Biden Regime Did Not Kill Ayman al-Zawahiri. It's pretty fishy just on the surface that a sick and aging physician goes to a country where he's a wanted criminal and drops dead because he can't get treatment.

I should note that the Taliban and Al Qaeda are deadly enemies, although the Establishment wants you to believe that they're all terrorists and therefore all work together. This is utter nonsense.

So elements of the Taliban are working with White Hat elements of the US military, and they locate Zawahiri at his new digs in Kabul and put the zap on him. This explains two other puzzling elements.

One is that the Taliban was very confused at first about what happened, or even if Zawahiri was targeted. Well, it had to stay compartmentalized even within the Taliban because they have got to be worried about infiltration.

The other is the the Biden Administration was clearly catching up to news that was already spreading. Now they're publishing articles trying to backfill how they knew all about it, of course. Pathetic, but everyone buys it so maybe I shouldn't say that.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

What a joke this all is.

I've actually been wondering if the trial is even real, as in an authentic legal proceeding. I mean, movies are shot in courtrooms all the time and the way we know it isn't real is that we see it in a movie. But what if they just showed it to us with low production values and without an opening theme and credits at the end?

And even if there was something illegal about a fake trial, can your wildest imagination include anyone being prosecuted for it? They told us they went to the Moon too, and no one has got in trouble yet.

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Primate98 1 point ago +1 / -0

The more you read, the more you can tell that they're just making it all up. Also, I think it's entirely pointless even trying to talk to anyone that believes any of it. But then again, everyone is also free to slam their head against a wall.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

Does anyone think the US will defend against this accusation by claiming that Russia must be making all this up because viruses don't exist?

Nah, guess they'll just do the usual and act like this accusation doesn't exist.

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Primate98 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why isn't Fauci telling the gays to mask up their bungholes? I'm not even science and I figured that much out.

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Primate98 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think the really disturbing thought is that we live in a world where virtually everyone believes viruses exist, are contagious, and cause illness. Further, unless the deep psychological warfare under which they exist ceases, we stand almost no chance of persuading them otherwise. For proof, look what it took for this intelligent, educated, and experienced guy to change his mind.

On another note, I would say there definitely was something new making people ill from about October 2019, before the announcement of COVID. People reported being sicker than they'd ever been with a very bad "flu" or pneumonia. So I would argue that a bioweapon of some sort was disseminated, although there's such a tornado of nonsense surrounding COVID I've never even attempted to figure out the nature, perpetrator, or deployment of the weapon.

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

I didn't see his name mentioned in the infographic, but this information on the Kursk originally comes from Dimitri Khalezov, the gray-haired man pictured in the upper left.

I consider his very long and detailed interview on nuclear 9/11 required viewing for any researcher of that topic (one of the pictures is a screencap from that interview). And it's quite little known, but he has also written a long analysis explaining in detail how Chernobyl was not an accident, but sabotage by a tactical nuke placed under the reactor (by the CIA, obvs).

Very unexpectedly, Khalezov is two degrees of separation from a current affair: Brittney Griner. In the proposed prisoner swap with the Russians, the Americans are supposed to trade the arms dealer, Viktor Bout, who happens to be a personal friend of Khalezov. In fact, Khalezov was in Thailand when Bout was picked up on orders of the Americans and tried to get him released without success.

Very small world, sometimes.

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