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    I like vegimite on toast, does that help?
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    @Bruce: Someone has to love the poo of beer-yeast.

    Dammit, man, now I have to go get all pre-bed snacky!
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    Quote AmIthinkI said View Post
    It's so easy to joke about or act like we know what's up. We come up with some witty reaction and feel all puffed up about ourselves. We don't know shit. And to me it sucks. Because if only just one of us is not honorable to all of our fellow man all of the time, it's a very sad place to exist. It breaks my heart. I am lost. I used to believe in my creator, my father, and I felt so whole and loved and protected. But I sinned and it cause me to almost die from the pain of letting my creator down. I felt so bad for being so wicked. I did not ask to be here and the only thing that brings me any amount of true peace is to hold love always as my compass to guide me. Love for all and everyone and everything. It's bringing me out of the debts of my "own" created hell. Love is the greatest and most worthy thing to pursue. I love you. Thank you


    Bit of a heads up. You might want to be careful with the willy-nilly tossing about of the "we" word, as Mr B has noted.
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    Bit of a heads up. You might want to be careful with the willy-nilly tossing about of the "we" word, as Mr B has noted.
    The only thing that links us together here is atheism. And even that can be up for debate.
    Oh, and being fabulous.
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    @Bruce: Someone has to love the poo of beer-yeast.
    No, no, no, no!
    You have destroyed my view of Vegemite forever!
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    Quote Mjt said View Post
    Bit of a heads up. You might want to be careful with the willy-nilly tossing about of the "we" word, as Mr B has noted.
    The only thing that links us together here is atheism. And even that can be up for debate.
    Oh, and being fabulous.
    We are all fabulous.


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    While my endless pursuit of the fabulous is famous in itself,
    I fear my hirsute coat detracts from that endeavour,
    for some reason you can't be fabulous and hairy, strange!


    You can't? No, that can't be right.
    Just add glitter.


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    Quote stevebrooks said View Post
    While my endless pursuit of the fabulous is famous in itself,
    I fear my hirsute coat detracts from that endeavour,
    for some reason you can't be fabulous and hairy, strange!
    Oh, dear. Has somebody taken the Azure Pill?
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    The term "conspiracy theory" is a term created by those who are actually perpetuating a conspiracy but want all the useful-idiots to parrot this term anytime they find themselves in a conversation with someone who is simply trying to get the truth out about that conspiracy. Due to the media giving the term its power it is then used to shut people up and that way it becomes near impossible for the greater population to discover the truth and act.


    When a person takes the Red Pill they discover the truth about the NWO and buzzwords like "conspiracy theory" no longer have any power over them.

    Taking The Red Pill

    The problem when trying to wake up people to the New World Order agenda is getting past their indoctrination. Due to the NWO-agenda itself people are indoctrinated from a young age. From the moment they are in day-care centres to the moment they are out of university or Tafe or college, or what have you, their minds are being molded with ideas that the State deems to be acceptable. By the time a person is in their early twenties they have been sufficiently indoctrinated, programmed and propagandized. This presents us with a dilemma. When trying to explain the NWO-agenda to these people one has to get past an almost insurmountable wall of programming that causes the individual to behave in a certain way when particular words are mentioned. If you say the words “New World Order” the brainwashed person is triggered and immediately thinks “Conspiracy theory”. When this is combined with arrogance and/or stupidity the person will say “Aww that’s just conspiracy theory stuff.” If you mention “homosexuals” you are met with “You’re a homophobe.” Its this pavlovian programming and lack of the ability to think critically as well as egotism that gets in the way of delivering any sort of truth to the person you are trying to wake up.

    Now even if the person still has a functioning brain to think with and will listen to what you’re saying and give you the benefit of the doubt the next problem we are faced with is whether or not the person can handle the truth. The individual is handicapped by the fact the NWO-agenda is so comprehensive in its scope and depth and so unthinkably insidious and evil that the human mind just can not cope when presented with such a dark reality. Even if you are successful and can get through to the person you have effectively given the person a life changing moment that they probably never wanted in the first place. If they are strong of mind and character and can cope with the horrible truth the person must then endure a number of stages of transformation. Firstly, after the initial shock they will fall into a deep depression. This could last only a month or maybe up to three months but there’s always the possibility of the person fighting against the truth in order to return to their previous delusional, safe state of mind. If they can get past this they will enter the next stage which is acceptance. This stage usually doesn’t last long and is quickly succeeded by the next stage which is Anger.
    It is during this stage that the person will decide to do something which in most cases is to try and warn others and they are soon faced with the all the problems previously mentioned.

    Unfortunately nowadays most people are egotistical half-wits devoid of any ability to think rationally and without being triggered by their programming. All one can do is feed them small pieces of information and hope they will learn by way of osmosis.

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    Questions waiting for you over round here, SW.

    You might also have some sources to cite for the above work of what appears to be speculative fiction.
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    Conspiracy theories do sometimes turn out to be true. Generally where they involve a bunch of different people all acting in their own interests and not some secret society pulling strings.

    The misinformation used to justify the invasion of Iraq might be considered a conspiracy theory that turned out to be true.

    Institutionalised and endemic corruption within the police force during the 1980s and earlier, while we were constantly assured by the media and most other sources (who would no doubt have known better) that it was no more than a fraction of 1% involved in relatively minor corruption.

    Child abuse within the church and other institutions, kept very quite for many years with the help of the police and the justice system.

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