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On 9/18/2019 at 7:08 PM, muir said:

 

i was driving along today and the farmer had obviously been spreading muck on the fields as there was a bit of an odour in the air. I overtook a car and noticed that the woman driving it had lifted up her scarf and was holding it over her mouth and nose to block out the country smells

 

she was behaving like the smell was some sort of toxic gas! I thought: 'Its not going to hurt you lady!'

 

There are a lot of precious people around these days who are afraid of dirt

 

 

 

I get this thought when ever I go into someones house and see those air fresheners pluged into the wall.

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22 hours ago, The Apprentice said:

I get this thought when ever I go into someones house and see those air fresheners pluged into the wall.

 

they're probably putting harmful corporate produced chemicals into the persons breathable air

 

not only that but in the production of those plugs the corporations probably created toxic chemicals, toxic by-products and wasted planetary resources whilst exploiting third world labour (whose health was probably harmed in the process due to poor work place safety standards)

 

 

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23 hours ago, Crom said:

If you want to be everything you need to do everything. Good and bad. It's all gravy.

 

that is the sabbatean satanic philosophy

 

i don't agree. If you do bad things you'll make the world a worse place

 

If you do good things you'll make the world a better place

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23 minutes ago, muir said:

 

they're probably putting harmful corporate produced chemicals into the persons breathable air

 

not only that but in the production of those plugs the corporations probably created toxic chemicals, toxic by-products and wasted planetary resources whilst exploiting third world labour (whose health was probably harmed in the process due to poor work place safety standards)

 

 

 

They have been doing it for a very long time, do you remember this Tv Add, notice the green natural colour of the bottles,

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, The Apprentice said:

They have been doing it for a very long time, do you remember this Tv Add, notice the green natural colour of the bottles,

 

Shake and vac are a glade product which in turn is owned by S.C Johnson & son who created a website that lists the ingredients of their products

 

Looking at the first plug in room odouriser of their glade range the ingredients are as follows:

 

isobutane- propellant

propane- propellant

isoalkanes- carrier

acetone- carrier

fragrance composed of:

 

[3r-(3.alpha.,3a.beta.,6.beta.,7.beta.,8a.alpha.)]-octahydro-6-methoxy-3,6,8,8-tetramethyl-1h-3a,7-methanoazulene; 1-(2,5,10-trimethylcyclododeca-2,5,9-trien-1-yl)ethanone*; 2,6-dimethyl-7-octen-2-ol; 4-tert-butylcyclohexyl acetate*; benzyl acetate; benzyl salicylate*; BERGAMOT PHASE OIL  ; dipropylene glycol; ethyl vanillin; ethylene brassylate; hexamethylindanopyran*; hexyl cinnamal*; ionone; limonene*; linalool*; linalyl acetate*; methyldihydrojasmonate; terpenesandterpenoids,lemon-oil*; tetramethyl acetyloctahydronaphthalenes*; vanillin*

 

https://www.whatsinsidescjohnson.com/gb/en/brands/glade/glade-automatic-spray-holder-bali-sandalwood--jasmine

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20 minutes ago, muir said:

 

Shake and vac are a glade product which in turn is owned by S.C Johnson & son who created a website that lists the ingredients of their products

 

Looking at the first plug in room odouriser of their glade range the ingredients are as follows:

 

isobutane- propellant

propane- propellant

isoalkanes- carrier

acetone- carrier

fragrance composed of:

 

[3r-(3.alpha.,3a.beta.,6.beta.,7.beta.,8a.alpha.)]-octahydro-6-methoxy-3,6,8,8-tetramethyl-1h-3a,7-methanoazulene; 1-(2,5,10-trimethylcyclododeca-2,5,9-trien-1-yl)ethanone*; 2,6-dimethyl-7-octen-2-ol; 4-tert-butylcyclohexyl acetate*; benzyl acetate; benzyl salicylate*; BERGAMOT PHASE OIL  ; dipropylene glycol; ethyl vanillin; ethylene brassylate; hexamethylindanopyran*; hexyl cinnamal*; ionone; limonene*; linalool*; linalyl acetate*; methyldihydrojasmonate; terpenesandterpenoids,lemon-oil*; tetramethyl acetyloctahydronaphthalenes*; vanillin*

 

https://www.whatsinsidescjohnson.com/gb/en/brands/glade/glade-automatic-spray-holder-bali-sandalwood--jasmine

 

Now plug it into your wall socket while you get to play a little harder.

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26 minutes ago, The Apprentice said:

Now plug it into your wall socket while you get to play a little harder.

 

no thanks, i'd rather open a window!

 

however the elites are doing their own giant shake'n'vac operation on all of us with their chemtrails

 

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On 9/21/2019 at 11:46 AM, The Apprentice said:

 

I get this thought when ever I go into someones house and see those air fresheners pluged into the wall.

 

3 hours ago, muir said:

 

they're probably putting harmful corporate produced chemicals into the persons breathable air

 

not only that but in the production of those plugs the corporations probably created toxic chemicals, toxic by-products and wasted planetary resources whilst exploiting third world labour (whose health was probably harmed in the process due to poor work place safety standards)

 

 

I work on lots of computer hardware and you know if a computer has come from a home with those plug in air fresheners as soon as you open the system up, the whole inside stinks of it, I have to put on a mask and blow it out with an airline before i can stand to work on the computer.

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2 hours ago, muir said:

no thanks, i'd rather open a window

i know a few prople who fill their window sills with large leafy plants

 

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46 minutes ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

 

I work on lots of computer hardware and you know if a computer has come from a home with those plug in air fresheners as soon as you open the system up, the whole inside stinks of it, I have to put on a mask and blow it out with an airline before i can stand to work on the computer.

 

Your correct Jay,

 

The contents are designed to work with a wetting agent of type of oil that clings to everything it comes into contact with, the chemicals are also systemic and persistent rather like the farmers sprays today, where the wetting agend resists being washed off, when I worked for a large aricultural contractor, I refused to work on the spray machines unless they were washed down thoughroughly and always worn propper full chem suit protection, you know the white absorbant ones that the operators wor when they were filling up .

 

The PTSNB have most definately being contaminating our households with this stuff for years, I would not be suprised if this has not had an effect on fertility as well.

 

Just imagine what it is doing to the children with one of these in the bedroom.

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On 9/22/2019 at 10:27 AM, muir said:

 

that is the sabbatean satanic philosophy

 

i don't agree. If you do bad things you'll make the world a worse place

 

If you do good things you'll make the world a better place

Icke says we are everything that exists. He doesn't say we are everything GOOD that exists. I am simply telling you what Icke is teaching you. 

 

If bad stuff happens? so what? Hey. it's just a ride. Right? It's an illusion. Bad?  good? It's all part of you. Do you think you can exist for ever and somehow just have picnics all the time? Get real. I wonder if this post will be 'hidden' as my other has.

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59 minutes ago, Crom said:

wonder if this post will be 'hidden' as my other has.

your post were deleted because of personal inslults(a long time memeber should be aware of this,don't you think so ?)

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On 9/23/2019 at 10:59 AM, Crom said:

Icke says we are everything that exists. He doesn't say we are everything GOOD that exists. I am simply telling you what Icke is teaching you. 

 

If bad stuff happens? so what? Hey. it's just a ride. Right? It's an illusion. Bad?  good? It's all part of you. Do you think you can exist for ever and somehow just have picnics all the time? Get real. I wonder if this post will be 'hidden' as my other has.

 

so you want us all to have a bad ride?

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Britain's first city discovered as archaeologists say ancestors of Stonehenge builders lived there

2 November 2019 • 9:00pm
 
 

Britain’s first ‘city’ arose near an ancient spring on Salisbury Plain, and the ancestors of its inhabitants probably built Stonehenge, archaeologists believe.

Blick Mead lies just a mile away from the Wiltshire stone circle, and experts have uncovered more than 70,000 stone tools at the site, as well as an intriguing ceremonial platform suggesting the area held ritual importance for prehistoric hunter-gatherers who lived there 10,000 years ago.

Although hunter-gatherer populations rarely settle in one place, Professor David Jacques of the University of Buckingham, believes the site may have been a permanent encampment where at least the children, elderly and sick lived.

“When you look at Stonehenge you think, ‘but where are the people?’” said Prof Jacques. “It makes sense that if you want to find the people who built it, the obvious idea is to look for where the water is. 

“At Blick Mead we found shed loads of stuff. Up until 2006 only 30 finds had ever been recovered from this period at any one site, and now we’re up to more than 70,000, so it’s been a total gamechanger.

“We’re talking about a very small area that people were coming to again and again and I think it was probably some sort of permanent settlement, so all our ideas of how hunter gatherers move around in dispersed communities needs to be revised.

 

“This makes Stonehenge more interesting because it gives it a longer history, linking it back to people from the Mesolithic. Blick Mead really is the cradle of Stonehenge.”

Today Blick Mead is a small watercourse, but in the Mesolithic period it was at the centre of a flood plain, and a huge river ran through the site, providing reliable water throughout the year. A rare algae called hildenbrandia also grows in the spring, which turns stones red, adding to its magical appeal. 

And at a time where most of Britain was covered in a dense forest, pollen samples from 8,000 year old laters show it was open country in which supersized extinct cattle called aurochs roamed. 

Archaeologists think that ancient Britons settled in the area because it was where the aurochs were, and they regarded the animals as sacred as well as crucial for food. Just one male bull would have fed 300 people and soil analysis from 8,000 year old Mesolithic layers shows spores from fungus that grows on the dung of cattle.

Aurochs skulls and bones were also placed deliberately in ditches at Stonehenge, suggesting that its builders held the animals as sacred, and provides a link between the people of Blick Mead and the monument builders of the megalithic monument. 

 

The results from recent excavations are presented in a new documentary, Lost Cities, for the National Geographic channel.

Scientist and presenter Dr Albert Lin said: “If there was a lost city of Blick Mead if would have been made of timber which has now rotted away.

“Blick Mead was an important place where the early humans that roamed here, maybe even one of the first manifestations of a human city. Makes sense. A river for transport, for fish, a landscape perfect for hunting big game. 

“Aurochs were sacred to the people of Stonehenge and Blick Mead. Perhaps Blick Mead was one of Europe’s first cities.”

Ground penetrating radar recently picked up evidence of a 30ft structure beneath the ground at Blick Meade which when excavated this summer was found to be made from carefully placed flints. And beneath the platform was a perfectly preserved set of aurochs footprints.

“It’s like a jetty and I think it had multiple uses,” said Prof Jacques. “It has a gentle slope down to the water so it would have been useful to pull up a boat. But the interesting thing is it’s made of stone. Other examples of platforms from this time are made of wood, so this suggests it had an air of permanence.

 

“I don’t think it’s all about the practical. I think the surface is a focal point for worship, a sacred surface that predates Stonehenge by about 2,000 years and placed to run alongside the waters edge. The hoof prints could well be like a relic in a cathedral and they are trying to imbue the surface with the qualities of the aurochs.

 

“Just this month we have found another occupation layer beneath it so it goes back even further.” 

Dr Jacques believes that Stonehenge may represent a god in the landscape and was probably built after early farmers from continental Europe met up with hunter gatherers from Blick Mead and merged the two cultures.

But the site is in danger from plans to build a tunnel beneath Stonehenge which could harm areas waiting to be excavated. 

“We’re right in the firing line,” added Prof Jacques, “The tunnel will run just five metres from one of our trenches.”

Lost Cities with Albert Lin airs 8pm Sunday’s on National Geographic.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2019/11/02/britains-first-city-discovered-archaeologists-say-home-people/

 
 
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I was watching this clip today that was on davids headlines of a chat with a libertarian socialist and i myself if i had to give a label would say that i sympathise with the libertarian left. I also have some sympathies with the libertarian right in that i like their can-do attitude and their willingness to inventively come up with solutions and then carry them through. They are often competent people and i respect that.

 

So its no surprise to find that I agreed with essentially everything this guy was saying. There is one area at the end though where he is speaking about ethno-states where i would throw some greyness into the debate. Like him i don't agree with ethno-states and as far as i'm concerned they aren't even possible due to the amount of racial mixing. Who would even decide what was the baseline ethnicity anyway as britain was even before the mass immigration of the twentieth century a mix of people albeit northern european peoples

 

So i agree strongly in spirit that people should be judged on their character and not their ethnicity or religious background. I think people should be taken as they come.

 

The issue i want to raise is where he is discussing immigration and that he thinks immigration should be along the lines of whether people are compatible with the national project i suppose in terms of things like values and if they care about the national project and want it to work and of course we are seeing the sabbataeans trying to cram as many people from as many places in who are not all going to feel positive towards the national project and among who the sabbateans then seek to breed a sense of resentment towards the national project through frankfurt school critical theory and through identity politics which is designed to breed resentment along various lines, often racial ones.

 

So lets say that we put this guy in charge of immigration and we say that we are going to continue immigration at the same speed as over the last decade so we will plan to take in 5 million people every decade and you must go around the world and choose those people so that we know they are suitable according to your values.

 

The issue is with that kind of VOLUME of influx is that those people even if they are compatible in outlook in the sense that they believe in family and community and in contributing something meaningful to society while not undermining the national project will still bring their own cultural baggage and the issue still remains that the native culture then becomes watered down and if you are a native who likes aspects of their culture then that is obviously not going to be perceived as a good thing by you

 

Is this an over-reaction? No and you only have to look at what happened to the highland gaelic culture to see how in a very short space of time laws that banned native dress and language and music and weapons alongside the deliberate depopulation through clearance and replacement has seen a virtually complete destruction of a native culture including murders and rapes and demonisation. The scottish highlands and islands are the perfect case study to illustrate just how fragile culture can be and the damage that can be caused in a short space of time by people whose minds are set on sabotage

 

So yes i agree that judging people on their character and not their ethnicity is right and also that ethno-nations are not to be pursued but at the same time we need to have a public discussion about the VOLUME of incomers and the implications of that for the native culture

Identity Politics, Brexit and The Road to Anti-Democracy | Brendan O'Neill | Rubin Report

 

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On 7/15/2019 at 4:36 AM, MrA said:

What a great thread

 

Love it :)I wish OP would respect the English language more and capitalise where appropriate: Romans not romans; Brits not brits etc. I find it hard to read long threads that do not use proper grammar and punctuation. Sorry!

 

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Fancy a cup of creativi-TEA? Simple cuppa sparks an instant burst of brainpower by putting people in a good mood, reveals study

  • The findings, by Chinese researchers, were derived from a study of 50 students
  • Minutes after downing a brew, they scored better in creative and cognition tests
  • Their results were compared to volunteers who had instead had a glass of water
  • It is believed tea create a 'positive' mood which then sparks the brain's creativity

By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline

Published: 15:04, 16 January 2018 | Updated: 17:38, 16 January 2018

Drinking a cup of tea could make you more creative, reveals a new study. 

Scientists have found that a simple cuppa sparks an instant burst of brainpower by putting people in a good mood.

Minutes after downing a brew, students scored better in creative and cognition tests than those who had drunk a glass of water.

Although tea contains caffeine and theanine, both associated with increased attentiveness and alertness, these do not usually take effect instantly.

Instead, it is believed tea create a 'positive' mood which in turn sparks the brain's cognitive regions into life.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5275157/Fancy-cup-creativi-TEA.html

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Our culture is being removed right across the board rooms, even our right to repair, in the following video this guy explains what has happened and what is likely to happen in the furture.

 

 

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my London 😊..I think they filmed everything around Covent Garden and Camden and I know the Hospital 😊 🎄🎄

 

 

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9 hours ago, The Apprentice said:

Our culture is being removed right across the board rooms, even our right to repair, in the following video this guy explains what has happened and what is likely to happen in the furture.

 

 

There is something about blokes in there sheds making and fixing things that is very much British, Don't know if it just goes back to WW2 and the make do and mend mentality or goes back far further.  I know a number of the radio sets i have from the 20's and 30's are home built sets from a time when a radio set cost many weeks wages your working man would go off to there shed and build there own.

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3 hours ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

There is something about blokes in there sheds making and fixing things that is very much British, Don't know if it just goes back to WW2 and the make do and mend mentality or goes back far further.  I know a number of the radio sets i have from the 20's and 30's are home built sets from a time when a radio set cost many weeks wages your working man would go off to there shed and build there own.

 

i think as a rule of thumb men are more orientated towards things while women are more orientated towards people. sure there will be exceptions to that but i think its a fair generalisation

 

This means men have a tendency to really focus in on something eg engines, bikes, cars, football or whatever so while the missus is indoors chatting to a pal over a  cuppa her fella is in his workshop working away at something

 

yes women are also involved in crafts but i just don't see the same degree of obsessiveness in women. But yeah, hobbies are a defo a part of british culture an I think we are perhaps filling a hole where in the past we were engaged in various trades

 

mass production has removed that so people have turned their hands to other things instead

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7 minutes ago, muir said:

This means men have a tendency to really focus in on something eg engines, bikes, cars, football or whatever so while the missus is indoors chatting to a pal over a  cuppa her fella is in his workshop working away at something

 

Usually fashioning a stool while glancing up at the crossbeam and wondering if it will support his weight...

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

There is something about blokes in there sheds making and fixing things that is very much British, Don't know if it just goes back to WW2 and the make do and mend mentality or goes back far further.  I know a number of the radio sets i have from the 20's and 30's are home built sets from a time when a radio set cost many weeks wages your working man would go off to there shed and build there own.

 

Making things has always been a part of my culture coming from a farming and engineering background, for at least five generations, the reason I do things is to save money and beat the corporate world hands down, I stuck at it both while I was at work and at home without a break for at least 30 years and the savings that we have made has all but paid for all of our projects, as each one comes to an end there is always something left to begin working on another.

 

When I was a full time engineer I made less in a year when compared to what I have saved each year by doing things in house, take the pantograph that I have added on my Vlog that  I made a year ago, a commercially made one runs into many thousands/6k, where as I made my version over three months for around 50 quid, this does not always happen every year in a single item, but comes out equal or higher making several items for my own use.

 

When I was working I could never afford a really decent pair of shoes, but after doing a vocational course with a freind and shoemaker at his place in my own time/weekends, I can make footwear today that I still could not fford to buy outright over many months of trying to save up for a pair.

 

It is difficult for those who have very little real life skills, who rely on the less fortunate global workforce, who also cannot afford what we call cheap, it is hard for them to understand how things can be achieved, but what I share is what I have actually created and still have 99% of what I created, the rest I have recycled over again, tot them all up and you would be surprised how rich our lives are here today.

 

Sheds have been the very root of a nation for thousands of years, it was the cottage industries and trades that built everything we own, on the internet every Tom, Dick and Harry are doing so really good stuff in their garages and out buildings, and always will, the creations may be different in the future, but what we may loose is our vision of how things might be and the range of the human spirit, and be all the poorer for it if we loose our basic skills.

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