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*The Offline Info War --- 3D vs. The Matrix --- Red Pills vs. Blue Balls *
Offline we can locally help people we know and everyone else stop doing this to look, talk and feel great.
1. People get worked up and bother people for no reason, won't admit it and get embarrassed, lie and argue to continue. Like pretend sketchy girlfriend zombies. Or, mentally ill homeless. When it's hard do anything except bother them back? They run around shaking near nice, happy, busy strangers to force them to look at, put up with and act like them. Or, make more zombies.
2. Why is it hard to say anything when people act like the same rude lying ugly "girls" bothering for attention to make more? When girls quietly act nice, men shouldn't mention specifically how. Even if girls practice how: just be nice. If quietly not-nice for no reason? Ignore it until they switch to acting nice. So: what's the problem? Many straight men got trapped in "Girl World!"
3. Brainwashing discouraged normal straight men from talking. So, they started sexually harassing each other like pretend sketchy girlfriends who force others to see them touch their face, head, or hair, or look at their body or butt, or get worked up. They didn't and still don't want to look at each other. So, they jealously harassed girls to try to steal any attention they got.
4. Today, confident masculine strength often doesn't meet and confirm the same. Or, value feminine vulnerability nicely shared. This makes it harder to be near, look at and talk to people. Instead, people impotently act more sketchy, move faster to steal looks anyone else gets, then run around bothering strangers like pretend sketchy girlfriend zombies making more.
5. Real girls can act appropriately vulnerable and feminine for their age, looks, relationships and settings to charm busy or friendly men into being nice. Some LGBT people who take it seriously can too. Or can't. Straight men with nothing to look at and no one to look at them can't "switch" to acting like nice girls. So, they make everyone the same lying ugly girl zombies.
6. Men can stop this. Fortunately, since January 2017 I have millions of diverse people on HD video in Toronto proving everyone wants men worldwide to help them stop. We can get the guys out of "Girl World!" and shove the girls back in. Then most people can quietly act nice enough to talk. Or, keep their self-respect, avoid taking others and help people have it.
7. Nationalism vs. globalism is key. Men can make privately working with other men to save their countries their "big secret". Not acting like rude lying ugly girl zombies making everyone put up with and act like them and not letting anyone talk about it. Women and children will chill out and respect this. People who act more empowered are more easily informed.
8. Online is fine. Or, censored into digital ghettos. Offline info war local meetings, meet-and-greet tables, posters and flyers always work and polite patriots can beat junk mail. Everyone likes promoting "Be Nice!" so more confident people can say or hear "Get Bad Guys!" too. Beyond typing to strangers patriots can locally get respect by helping their neighbours get it.
It will be up to you, the clueless American citizen, to fight and pay for Israel’s war against its neighbors. This coming war was announced this week by Aviv Kochavi, the Israel Defense Force chief of staff.
Kochavi’s “lecture at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya seemed to be aimed at both the ears of Israeli citizens and the ears of Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas,” reports Ynet, the online outlet for Yedioth Ahronot propaganda.
Kochavi “sought to adjust the public’s expectations, while simultaneously sending a message of deterrence to the enemy,” the newspaper continues.
This was an attempt to convey to the Israeli public that the home front will come under intense fire and the army will suffer great losses.
All of this plays an important part in preparing for a wide-scale military conflict. It’s important to remember, however, one of the vital parts in waging a military conflict is setting clear and achievable goals, and that is the job of the IDF and the political echelon.
In other words, the IDF has told the Israeli public to prepare for the destruction if its civilian infrastructure in response to the IDF destroying the civilian infrastructure in Iran, Syria, and Iraq (the latter two underwent the systematic destruction of civilian infrastructure and the murder of millions of innocent people; Iraq was destroyed at the behest of Israel-first neocons in the Bush administration, not because it posed a threat to America, but rather Israel).
Part of the current propaganda effort is to prepare the Israeli people to live in bomb shelters while their homes, schools, and hospitals are bombed—little different than what Israel has done in Gaza and did in the past to Lebanon—and “allocate hundreds of millions of shekels to obtain air defense systems that are able to thwart any potential missile attack Iran may launch at Israel.” The track record on the effectiveness of these so-called defense systems is dismal.
Last year, Israel’s David’s Sling missile defense system failed stupendously to intercept missiles fired from Syria, a neighbor obsessively bombed by Israel over the last few years. “This has been a recurring problem for nations with substantial investments in interceptor missiles. The costly missiles have tended to perform poorly in even the most favorable tests, and using them against perceived threats, as today, risks very public failures,” writes Jason Ditz.
So, basically, Kochavi has told the Israeli people they will suffer inestimable losses in human life and property and their children will be conscripted to fight and die in order to pound Iran to dust, something the little country of Israel—which would not exist without American largess dispensed under what amounts to a voodoo trance—is unable to do on its own.
This means, of course, the US military will be obliged to finish what Israel has long itched to start—a regional war to reduce Iran, Gaza, Syria, and Lebanon to smoldering ruins similar to those created by the psychopathic “creative destruction” neocons during the years of Bush the Lesser.
Kochavi played fast and loose with the lives of Israeli citizens, who are as brainwashed and oblivious to their destruction as millions of Americans.
“Although such actions could lead to an escalation in violence and casualties, they put Israel back in the driver’s seat and allow it to redirect the dynamics in the needed direction [in the direction of Zionist domination of the region and the continued dispossession of the Palestinian people],” Kochavi summarized.
The willingness to act sends a message to the enemy that contrary to Israel’s image as a country that only launches airstrikes and is not prepared to absorb casualties, the willingness to exert force and risk that price to ensure peace for its citizens, reinforces Israel’s deterrence and may delay a major confrontation, or alternatively allow us to control one when it finally happens.
This message—prepare for immense suffering, standby and witness your relatives and friends blown to bloody pieces in the name of Zionist domination—is not simply intended for the fat and happy living in the racist and ethnic cleansing state of Israel. It is, as well, a message to the American people—you will be required to fight the Zionist war of domination, a war Israel knows it cannot win, never mind the fantasy Israel will win any contest due to its “skilled and deadly ground forces.”
Congress has repeatedly, over successive decades, promised that it will not only subsidize Israel, but fight its wars as well. This would be impossible if not for endless propaganda portraying tiny Israel locked in am existential battle with a world of antisemites.
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At the end of an Impeach Trump rally, a fight broke out between the Anti-Trump protesters and counter-protesters. On Impeachment Eve, I was live-streaming a huge rally/protest in my area, on Twitter, but the stream got scrambled during the fight. I did my best to edit it so that it is tolerable, while maintaining as much context as I could. Below, I've included an excerpt of my observations of the Anti-Trump event, as a spectator:
…While the protest was family-friendly and nonviolent, the mood took a noticeable shift once the "Trump 2020" flags appeared. The Pro-Trump counter-protesters crossed the street and waved their flags from the divider. But as the Anti-Trump crowd dwindled and the event wrapped up, a man and his son returned from the other side. He spent time live-streaming the protest before crossing the street to stand with the Trump Supporters. Upon reentering to the anti-Trump crowd, the father and son were met with looks of disgust and were soon chastised.
"I'm not getting triggered", the agitated woman argued with the dad. While she continued to berate the father and criticize his parenting skills, a young man brought his Trump flag over, behind the aggravated crowd, and stood tall with a smile on his face. An elderly woman began to approach the young man and his flagpole. The host of the event jumped in between the two, in an attempt to deescalate the situation. After words were exchanged, the woman grabbed his flagpole and all hell broke loose.
The Trump Supporters rushed across the busy street in defense of the young man. In the chaos, the elderly woman was knocked to the ground. Her shoe came off and her Impeachment sign got ripped. The police appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, and regained order. The elderly woman was helped up by a young man wearing MAGA gear.
I had to cut most of the aftermath because the glitching was so bad, and likely intolerable to watch. One of the female Trump Supporters lost her MAGA beanie in the scuffle, however the beanie was returned when she asked for it back. I am not sure if it was taken intentionally, or just fell off in the chaos. (I believe the gentleman in MAGA gear gave it back to her). The officers were very friendly and ensured everyone was okay, but the fallen woman had already left the scene. The agitated female protester explained to the officer that the woman seemed okay and commended the Trump Supporter who helped the elderly woman off the ground, calling him a "gentleman". Then the agitated woman and the father continued to argue as the police stood by. She told the boy to have a Merry Christmas as she walked away. The host thanked everyone for coming and apologized for what happened with the counter-protesters. He announced the rally was over one more time, and the rest of the crowd dispersed. I hope the woman who fell is okay.
I have more clips to upload from earlier in the event, including some dialogue between the two sides, but this was definitely the most dramatic part.
There were several changes made. The biggest one being the addition of new animation between episodes 1 and 2 (Sepia in the tank). In addition, the prologue of episode 3 is now set before episode 1, a few cuts have been redrawn, and some of the audio is different, ex: the line at the end where the little girl says she wants a dog is only in this version.
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The hardest thing for a man is to live without a higher purpose. The first step out of the fog today is to understand that there is a war on.
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Nothing gives a person inner wholeness and peace like a distinct understanding of where they are going.
Robert Bryne once observed, “The purpose of life is a life of purpose.”
In order to get somewhere, you need to define your end goal. That is essential. And the sooner you define it, the clearer everything else will become. A life without a purpose is a life without a destination.
Finding the right direction in life is an existential problem for all of us.
What do you look forward to in life? Living without is dangerous.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky once said, “The mystery of human existence lies not in just staying alive, but in finding something to live for.”
Finding the right direction in life is something you create. You make the decision to act. To try. To do something. No matter how small. At some point in life, you’re going to have to stop thinking about taking action and act. Your purpose in life is to find and do the things that make you smile, laugh and forget time. Even if you aren’t sure yet, move into the exploration and experimentation phase of your life and enjoy the journey.
You can’t put time on it. You can’t force yourself to find your “why” tomorrow or next month, or even next year. But by all means, search for clarity.
In the 1940s, Viktor E. Frankl, was held prisoner in Nazi concentration camps. With all the agony and brutality, what kept Frankl from giving up his relentless fight for his life was purpose!
He found meaning in his struggle, and that’s what gave him the power to push forward through unimaginable pain.
A quote by Viktor nicely sums up his philosophy on how people were able to survive the camps, without losing the will to live.
In his book, “Man’s Search for Meaning”, Viktor says “Those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any ‘how’.”
Once you have defined your aims and what you want, it is easier to deal with doubts. Easier not to get distracted from what is important, keep your focus, and keep moving.
Only sustained movement in one direction can bring tangible results. You have permission to change your goal, rethink, choose another, by all means. It’s hard to maintain any momentum if your direction lacks definition.
In order to reach big goals, you need time, during which you must continue moving in your chosen direction, not veering off course.
Defining your direction as early as possible is the most important decision in sports. But, curiously enough, this is also the most important decision in life in general, but much fewer people realize it. Living “on purpose” means you live intentionally.
Napoleon Hill once said “There is one quality that one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to possess it.
In order to get what you want, you have to choose one direction and move towards it, constantly improving over a prolonged period of time.
Maximum speed and output requires a precise framework. People who have made genuine changes in their lives and managed to attain difficult goals are not stronger, more intelligent or fearless than you. The only difference is the decision to act in the direction of their dreams.
A strong sense of purpose fuels your motivation.
Successful people have a definite sense of direction. They have a clear understanding of what success means to them.
Everything they do is consistent with their goals. They look forward and decide where they want to be. Their day to day actions h