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Re: Population control
« Reply #15 on: June 22, 2020, 09:08:34 pm »
This thread is worthy of a recap/bump:

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Quote from: Ibra
Senor Raul,
your acute observations are a joy to read.

Henry Kissinger is indeed an evil person. but evil always prevail, we ain't in a utopia. he had a Nobel peace prize in 1973 (talk about irony). I heard a joke a while ago, that president Obama holds the world record for the most children killed by a nobel peace prize winner.  ;D.  because his drone program that bombarded our brown people in middle east. obviously middle east has a fiery duo of religion and oil.

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Quote from: Holden
I wish there were some kind of drug which would take my hunger away forever.


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Quote from: raul
I read that some in the USA called Obama Bombama because he droned anyone and everyone, anywhere and everywhere. His skin is black but his heart is blacker if he has one. After all he was/is just a puppet.Others are pulling the strings. Some say he is the puppet of the Bilderbergers.

* In the Mic Crenshaw song, HELP ME, Mic refers to President O-bomb-ya, a man with a likeable personality who, nonetheless, rose through the ranks of power, and hence ... well, I am actually more afraid of criticizing Obombya than criticizing Trump.   I am not fond of being bullied by the right or the left.  The left does not get a free pass with me just because they are so disgustingly "politically correct" ...  Please do not mistaken my failure to align myself with one camp as evidence of some kind of loyalty to another.   

Why would anyone want to claim to be in charge of such a runaway train?


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But this population control is also aided by the drug companies. A Danish doctor, Peter Gotzsche, said that “the main reason we take so many drugs is that drug companies don’t sell drugs, they sell lies about drugs.” He also said that “patients don’t realise that, although their doctors may know a lot about diseases and human physiology and psychology, they know very, very little about drugs that hasn’t been carefully concocted and dressed up by the drug industry. Furthermore, they don’t know that their doctors may have self-serving motives for choosing certain drugs for them, or that many of the crimes committed by the drug industry wouldn’t be possible if doctors didn’t contribute to them.”


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Quote from: raul
The Russian and Italian mafia are babies in comparison to Big Pharma cartels.


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Before Kant we lived in space and time. Now space and time lives in us.(Negative Philosophy).

*     In Parerga and Paralipomena, vol. I, "Fragments for the History of Philosophy," § 13:

Schopenhauer says of Kant's doctrine of the ideality of space and time: "Before Kant, it may be said, we were in time; now time is in us. In the first case, time is real and, like everything lying in time, we are consumed by it. In the second case, time is ideal; it lies within us."


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In the US a lot of riots are taking place ,I hope Herr Hauser is safe.

I have been too influenced by the life and spoken words of the deceased Native John Trudell to believe that one can get very far going toe-to-toe with riot police.  This "Predator Class/Energy" is not in the least bit afraid of protestors and rioters.  Someone funds them, some make money off them (selling signs and paint), and such demonstrations pave the way for the "militarized police forces" to test out their toys [read: weapons designed for crowd control, such as the kind of sonic vibrations comparable to The Father's gadget in the Island of Dr. Moreau].

They fear a clear coherent thinking human being, someone like Senor Raul of Paraguay, perhaps ... Senor Raul has pointed out a few times at least that there are those paranoid control-freaks who might find our innocent philosophical inquiries more than a little annoying.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9QVpLLDNo8


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Holden,
Thank you for introducing that Mike Posner and his song/performance of "I Took a Pill in Ibiza" --- Such authenticity is rare ... a very humble man who must have paid some dues to acquire that sensitive voice.   I would have trouble not sobbing singing such sad songs, really.   I can sing to the point that I feel it, and then I sob, and then laugh affectionately at myself for actually still having some heart left.


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Quote from: raul
The fact that President Trump is acting against the WHO, China, the mass media, Obama, the Clintons, the Democrats, and the so-called Deep State/Industrial Military Complex and the so-called Antifa is a sign that there is brutal war among the elites. Whoever wins, Earth will be the prize. But this is only my opinion.  We still have a long way to go. I don´t know if I will be here to see future events.

I greatly appreciate your piercing insights, Raul of Paraguay.


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[last but not least] Holden quoting Heraclitus:  "The world is nothing but a great desire to live, and a great dissatisfaction with living"

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May we find some kind of solace in the inevitability of our return to the Void.   :-\
I like to imagine that most of the hatreds that have been injected into our brains via cultural indoctrination might evaporate from the perspective of our very own death beds.
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Re: Population control
« Reply #16 on: June 28, 2020, 10:08:46 am »
Senor raul,

the situation in Syria is as bleak as ever since a decade. in my family place, the people live by harvesting crops (Wheat mainly). the last month was a horror for people, thousands of hectares set on fire by "God know who" there are many forces in that place, for a starter USA and Russia , then Turkey, Iran and many proxies. it is the scorched earth 101. the famine is looming in whole country, people can't find bread and that a good environment to utilize people. Erdogan of Turkey for example, is hiring mercenary and send them abroad to fight in Libya as his pawns. teens aged 16 and above are being recruited.

I knew long ago it is the law of the jungle that govern the human race, but I didn't internalize it and seeped into my bones  until this week. morality, human rights, tolerance are just bullShit. we are just denying our animalism.

I keep coming back to this video to stay grounded
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM0uvgHKZe8

and look at those happy-go-lucky comments on youtube, People still don't realize their nature.
It is easy to virtue signal while enjoying the consequences of the their leader's actions.

I amazingly don't feel that self-righteous rage anymore, trying Mr. Holden technique of detachment. it is always been this way, it is only our turn this time  :)

note: we the poor eat flat bread here. what is the bread style there in Paraguay if I may ask.



regards

« Last Edit: June 28, 2020, 10:10:56 am by Ibra »
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Re: Population control
« Reply #17 on: June 28, 2020, 02:45:07 pm »
Ibra,

Thank you for your words. I hope you and your family are allright given the circumstances in your country.

In this country chipa is a donut - shaped bread. It is made with cassava, flour, lard and anise. We also have mbejú, cheese flat bread with butter. It is made with cassava or yucca starch/flour, cheese and bound with little milk. In our cold weather people eat mbeju with cocido (yerba mate tea) or coffee.

Here the Ministry of Agriculture is warning about plague of locusts in the countryside. I honestly expect the worst to happen. We are truly living in apocalyptic times. Every post I write in this board could be my last.

Indeed we are beasts. Here we have an expression, a mixture of Spanish and Guarni, mbareté, that means the law of the strong or law of the jungle. For Madeleine Albright, Erdogan and so many desk butcherers a human life is expendable or replaceable. Yes, I remembered this lady talking about the sanctions against Iraq. But Saddam could not care less about the children or the elderly. After all thousands and thousands of Iraqi and Iranians were massacred between 1980-1988 and during the Gulf War. In her view it was worth killing 500,000 Iraqi children. “We think the price is worth it, she said. This is peanuts she could have added. This reminds of Christine Lagarde, former IMF spokesman who said years ago that the elderly live too much and is a risk for global economy.

I remember this story, which I later got to know, was told by the ancient Greek fabulist Aesop. Aesop tells that a
scorpion and a frog met one day on the bank of a river, and the scorpion, unable to swim, asked the frog to carry him across on its back. The frog asked, “How do I know you won’t sting me in the journey?” The scorpion answered, “Fool! If I sting you, we’ll both drown!” Satisfied, the frog allowed the scorpion to mount his back, and the two set out across the water. But halfway to the other shore, the scorpion leapt out and stung the frog. The frog, sensing the poison course through him, gasped, “Why in the world did you do that?” The scorpion shrugged and said, “It’s not my fault. It’s just my nature.”

That is the problem, Ibra, a few human beings will acknowledge the misery of the human condition. We or at least most behave like the frog. We will never admit that we are demonic beings.

Take care.