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The Queen Has Been Deposed, Three Days Of Darkness

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Three days of darkness start 26 Sept, 15 journalists being held hostage in Syria because they know too much.

Spotted on DI forum and even there the "yeah right!" views outnumber those agreeing.

I find it interesting that this sort of discussion happens with so many contributors. Like a real life X-files. It's a total belief system and having worked with somebody who believes all this stuff they view anybody who doesn't as being a duped slave-rat. He was pleased that I knew about this stuff and I didn't mock as it's so similar to a religion.

Where are Oracle and Erranta these days?

Link with short video.

http://beforeitsnews.com/prophecy/2013/09/3-days-of-darkness-days-away-will-it-begin-september-26-2013-2453656.html?utm_content=awesm-publisher&utm_campaign=&utm_term=http%3A%2F%2Fb4in.info%2FeGcd&utm_medium=facebook-share&utm_source=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.davidicke.com%2Fforum%2Fshowthread.php%3Ft%3D256402

Lengthy video, I didn't make ten minutes but this is where the queen has been deposed, and the pope, claims are made:

Edited as I got the date of the three days of darkness wrong. Oops.

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I really want to set up a wide variety of conspiracy woo-woo websites, then after a while invite all the believers to a camp and dispense the Kool-Aid.

It's the best way to raise the average IQ of the human population.

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Know too much about what? How to create a fusion reactor?

About all the things she's talking about. As you now know that the Queen has been deposed and has left England you can expect a one-way ticket to Syria so that you don't tell anybody.

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Three days of darkness start 26 Sept, 15 journalists being held hostage in Syria because they know too much.

Spotted on DI forum and even there the "yeah right!" views outnumber those agreeing.

I find it interesting that this sort of discussion happens with so many contributors. Like a real life X-files. It's a total belief system and having worked with somebody who believes all this stuff they view anybody who doesn't as being a duped slave-rat. He was pleased that I knew about this stuff and I didn't mock as it's so similar to a religion.

Where are Oracle and Erranta these days?

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I think one of them is charging about on GEI with Dr Bubb. I just tried to log on to see which one and the site has malware warnings so I didn't bother.. Spooky..... :ph34r:

:D

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I think one of them is charging about on GEI with Dr Bubb. I just tried to log on to see which one and the site has malware warnings so I didn't bother.. Spooky..... :ph34r:

:D

Oh yeah.

This site may harm your computer.

Maybe it's Bubb's graphs.

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Oh yeah.

Maybe it's Bubb's graphs.

:D:D

I do miss their postings though - alternative points of view are usually good for mind stretching. I visit DI occasionally too, mainly to read about Saville and CA threads. DI did have that sussed before most.

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I really want to set up a wide variety of conspiracy woo-woo websites, then after a while invite all the believers to a camp and dispense the Kool-Aid.

It's the best way to raise the average IQ of the human population.

I'm as genocidal about people who don't share my world view as the next man. However, in defence of (most) woosters I'll point out that by and large they have opposed the wars and the financial fraud that have brought us to the brink in recent years. Irritating they may be but not as culpable for actual harm to others as, say, those who supported New Labour in the Blair years. What should be their fate?

There's also this business of the steady widening of the definition of 'conspiracy theorist' over the years to now encompass pretty much anyone who thinks the government or media are lying about something, not just the Planet Nibiru crowd. That's going to require an awful lot of Kool-Aid.

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I'm as genocidal about people who don't share my world view as the next man. However, in defence of (most) woosters I'll point out that by and large they have opposed the wars and the financial fraud that have brought us to the brink in recent years. Irritating they may be but not as culpable for actual harm to others as, say, those who supported New Labour in the Blair years. What should be their fate?

There's also this business of the steady widening of the definition of 'conspiracy theorist' over the years to now encompass pretty much anyone who thinks the government or media are lying about something, not just the Planet Nibiru crowd. That's going to require an awful lot of Kool-Aid.

Indeed. Having once sat through a training session, which began with words to the effect of "This is the real story, but this is what we are telling the general public, keep quiet about it under penalty of law", I find I have to approach narratives with a pre-built bias against the government's version.

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Yes. Yes it does.

:ph34r:

Frankly the apocalypse might already have occurred in County Durham. How would anybody know?

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Indeed. Having once sat through a training session, which began with words to the effect of "This is the real story, but this is what we are telling the general public, keep quiet about it under penalty of law", I find I have to approach narratives with a pre-built bias against the government's version.

We're not the general public, you can tell us.

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Frankly the apocalypse might already have occurred in County Durham. How would anybody know?

If it has, I've got a feeling, I know which Prime Minister will be posthumously held responsible locally.

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They don't call it the desolate North-East for nothing.

But but, all Liverpudlians are 100% angelic luvvies!...you cant post a bad word about them.

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They don't call it the desolate North-East for nothing.

Have you read/seen The Road? That's the north-east that is.

You should see the view from my window right now. I'd say it looks like winter. But actually it looks more like nuclear winter.

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But but, all Liverpudlians are 100% angelic luvvies!...you cant post a bad word about them.

Yeah, but they're like so funny though. Take that John Bishop. Please.

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Yeah, but they're like so funny though. Take that John Bishop. Please.

Henning Wehn beautifully summed up Britain's claim to have the best sense of humour in the world by saying that when it comes to humour Europe views Britain in the same way that Britain views Liverpool.

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Henning Wehn beautifully summed up Britain's claim to have the best sense of humour in the world by saying that when it comes to humour Europe views Britain in the same way that Britain views Liverpool.

Did he mention anything about Hillsborough?

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Henning Wehn beautifully summed up Britain's claim to have the best sense of humour in the world by saying that when it comes to humour Europe views Britain in the same way that Britain views Liverpool.

Like shit then? :blink:

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Like shit then? :blink:

Like not nearly as funny as it thinks it is.

None of your anti-scouser prejudice here please Mr Pin, some of my best friends have had their cars stolen by scousers.

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