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On 5/29/2020 at 4:33 PM, Seeker said:

Im not sure if this video has been posted here before, but I enjoyed this one challenging germ theory, and Rockefeller’s big pharma, vaccines etc 

 

 

Thank you Seeker. I'm out of likes for today.

That vid right there goes into electric alkai food which is what I have been preaching for years. That lady looks damn good for 70 years!


It is always important to check the etymology on words.


I love how it rips on rockefeller and carnegie too. Good stuff.

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7 minutes ago, Messenger said:

Thank you Seeker. I'm out of likes for today.

That vid right there goes into electric alkai food which is what I have been preaching for years. That lady looks damn good for 70 years!


It is always important to check the etymology on words.


I love how it rips on rockefeller and carnegie too. Good stuff.

Observations re this video, there is some misinfo on the food's he is mildly endorsing as safe for consumption for good health.

 

Soybeans are straight up poison and he should not be recommending them.

 

Potatoes = starch, a chemical. Starch is needed to attract two unlike chemicals which is not natural, there for not alkaline, thus acidic.


Alkaline molecular structures do not need starch.


The milk may contain that potassium but it has in it enzymes that are for calves, not humans, it is not alkaline, it produces mucus in the body. He should have clarified that.


"beet greens like spinach".... Wrong. Spinach is a starch also, it is not alkaline despite what many "educated" people will tell you. The easy way to find out is to simply blend some and test it.


How I found spinach is a starch without testing it. My mother used to make a smoothie every morning for breakfast back in the day, before I even knew about food. She would put in the blender, spinach, flax seed, cucumber, cilantro, and coconut water.

 

Then years later after I realized a lot of this about food and I would visit her and we would make smoothies I noticed a grey substance build up in her blender, a vitamix.


I soaked it for a day in soapy water. Then I scrubbed it with vinegar, nothing, the grey white substance was still on there.


Then I found Dr. Sebi and heard him mentioned Spinach is a starch. I was like ok I'll check it out later. One day I was eating a spinach salad mostly spinach and it was dry and I noticed how chalky it felt in my mouth and that's when a light bulb went on that the build up in the blender was starch from the spinach!

Tomatoes are also highly acidic and will absorb the water and lubrication from joints.

Avocados are good, as is kale, and salmon, even though salmon is acidic it still provides the omega three oils, however it will still rot in the intestines, the safer way to get omega threes is from avocados and walnuts.


Whey powder is also poison, basically animal cow meat made into powder. It's a low frequency highly acidic mucus forming substance.


Rice bran will also absorb water from organs.


Yeast I am not sure of I have not researched it.


Figs are good, alkaline.


Seaweed is good, very good for the thyroid gland due to potassium iodine. Also known as bladderwrack in pill form. Or nori paper.


Pistachios, nope, hybrid nut, acidic.

Almonds are ok in low amounts like maybe a few a couple times a month, they are where arsenic comes from. Not somethign you want a lot of in your body.

 

Cassava is where cyanide comes from. Stay clear of anything with cassava.

 

Brazil nuts are good for selenium but they contain such high amount of selenium that you really only want no more than two brazil nuts per week.


Dates are good, they are natural alkaline.

 

Cashews may taste good but are another hybrid nut, not alkaline.


And again, what is the difference between vegan and vegetarian? Nothing.


Vegan is a made up word by some nutbag or a corrupt person seeking to poison the vegetarian awakening with misinfo.

Here is the etymology link and definition/origin of the word, vegetable.

 

https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=vegetable


"non animal life" originally any plant, vegetable. "Plant cultivated for food".


The meaning of monotonous life came to be associated with vegetables as the farmer or gardener led a monotonous life tending to his plants and crops every day.


It wasn't until the 70's that the word vegetable became associated with someone mentally and physically incapacitated and this saying became popular in Hospitals and clinics, which again goes back to the rockefeller allopathic medical system. Before rockefeller and big pharma/sorcery drugs humanity were better off.


No reason to say vegan.


Otherwise there is some interesting information in that vid.

 

In short he is saying that humanity need iron and to get it from plants.

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1 hour ago, jonesthepost said:

 

Ha, you’re psychic; excerpt from article.

 

“This apocalyptic warning comes from Dr Michael Greger, a scientist, medical guru and campaigning nutritionist who has long advocated the overwhelming benefits of a plant-based diet. He’s a self-confessed sweet potatoes, kale and lentils man. Meat, in all its forms, is his bete noire.”

I did not read the article yet, I just get strong feeling, or intuition.

 

I was thinking the other day that this plan-demic may have also been how the Cabal sought about to reset humanity's behavior to save Earth and her creatures.


If you think about all the challenges we face and all the bad habits people have got into over the decades, debauchery, indulgence, disrespect, greed, gluttony, etc, it is a massive feat and overwhelming task to set the ship on the correct path again.

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1 hour ago, Messenger said:

I did not read the article yet, I just get strong feeling, or intuition.

 

I was thinking the other day that this plan-demic may have also been how the Cabal sought about to reset humanity's behavior to save Earth and her creatures.


If you think about all the challenges we face and all the bad habits people have got into over the decades, debauchery, indulgence, disrespect, greed, gluttony, etc, it is a massive feat and overwhelming task to set the ship on the correct path again.

 

I really can’t see those wankers doing anything for the good of anything - except themselves; they are rotten to the core.

They don’t have the welfare of anything at heart, except themselves.

 

As for the rest, the behaviours you mention have always been around, and they will always be around; it’s the nature of the beast to certain degrees in us all.

I don’t think the ship will ever be set on the correct path, humanity being what it is.

 

Maybe it is as David says; just an experience, and then move on to the next, ad infinitum; I like to think that’s so.

 

 

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4 hours ago, jonesthepost said:

And here we go; the next pandemic that makes this one look like chicken feed (pun intended).

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8370969/The-apocalyptic-killer-virus-coming-home-roost.html

 

How utterly ridiculous!

 

His conclusion is that our close connection to animals — keeping them, killing them, eating them — makes us vulnerable to the worst kind of epidemic.

 

Still, the Simpson's predicted that long before this apocalyptic quack, Dr. Greger.

 

I've slept with a cat on my bed for fifteen years, haven't got a problem, or a cold.

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Having a bit of a chuckle at this from a news article

 

The mayor of Atlanta, one of dozens of US cities hit by massive protests after the police killing of a black man, has a message for demonstrators: "If you were out protesting last night, you probably need to go get a COVID test this week."

 

:classic_laugh:

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8 hours ago, KingKitty said:

The masks have become a political symbol. For those in favor of it, they believe it's a show of unity and responsibility. Seeing others doing the same helps to reassure them it's right. It helps them to feel less silly about it. The fcuk they don't feel downright stupid somewhere deep inside them, but it's okay because they are not alone. Unity. Responsible. For the good of the community.

 

If my store starts to require a mask, I will take one (my wife bought a box of them...sigh...) and cut a big hole out of the middle of it before I wear it.  If anyone says anything to me about it, I'll tell them it's so I can breathe.  The entire mask thing is just the saddest testament ever about how utterly stupid we have become as a supposedly intelligent species.  Even the way 90% of the population just followed along with being turned into unemployed prisoners in their own homes without questioning anything is stupefying.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

 

If my store starts to require a mask, I will take one (my wife bought a box of them...sigh...) and cut a big hole out of the middle of it before I wear it.  If anyone says anything to me about it, I'll tell them it's so I can breathe.  The entire mask thing is just the saddest testament ever about how utterly stupid we have become as a supposedly intelligent species.  Even the way 90% of the population just followed along with being turned into unemployed prisoners in their own homes without questioning anything is stupefying.

 

 

 

 

Like this Motley.

 

 

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LOL!  Yep, just like that!   How you like me now!

 

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Most of this article is usual rubbish, so I won't bother quoting, but the last paragraph is ominous as fuck.

 

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When there’s an app that can save lives, there will be no need to download it out of a sense of duty

...

A contact tracing app could play a useful role in our pandemic response, but only if we set it up to succeed, not fail. If we create an app that really could help save lives, and which we could use with confidence, there will be no need to ask us to download it out of a sense of duty.

 

We’ll want it.

 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

How utterly ridiculous!

 

His conclusion is that our close connection to animals — keeping them, killing them, eating them — makes us vulnerable to the worst kind of epidemic.

 

Still, the Simpson's predicted that long before this apocalyptic quack, Dr. Greger.

 

I've slept with a cat on my bed for fifteen years, haven't got a problem, or a cold.

 

Yep, and cue no longer being able to keep chickens etc for self-sufficiency purposes as well. 

 

I've said all along that the minute they start telling us we have to snuff Fido for the sake of controlling virus spread, that's when Blighty stops being docile and takes up arms. There'll be no hiding place then for the Elites. (Actually, that includes me, although my little dog died of old age 3 months ago and I miss her like mad. But the bastards had better not try & come between me and my budgies). It's all coming.

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11 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Words escape me...

 

One word.. "ignore"

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2 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Words escape me...

 

 

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You know people will follow it as well 🤣🤦‍♂️

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Nicola Sturgeon: "In Scotland, if you die of, say, a stroke, but you also happen to have the virus, you will be included in the deaths from COVID."

 

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2 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Nicola Sturgeon: "In Scotland, if you die of, say, a stroke, but you also happen to have the virus, you will be included in the deaths from COVID."

 

its like Abu Ghraib all over again ... stirring up resentment and anti-gov sentiment with the aim of getting groups to perform

 

using their pre-organised scripted statements to try and 'catch em out' is to become controlled opposition

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Seeker said:

You know people will follow it as well 🤣🤦‍♂️

"Did anyone bring the instructions? I am not sure where I stand. Oh God! Grandpa! Your walking in the wrong direction! Quick, everyone indoors...evacuate!...evacuate!"

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8 hours ago, Messenger said:

Observations re this video, there is some misinfo on the food's he is mildly endorsing as safe for consumption for good health.

 

Soybeans are straight up poison and he should not be recommending them.

 

Potatoes = starch, a chemical. Starch is needed to attract two unlike chemicals which is not natural, there for not alkaline, thus acidic.


Alkaline molecular structures do not need starch.


The milk may contain that potassium but it has in it enzymes that are for calves, not humans, it is not alkaline, it produces mucus in the body. He should have clarified that.


"beet greens like spinach".... Wrong. Spinach is a starch also, it is not alkaline despite what many "educated" people will tell you. The easy way to find out is to simply blend some and test it.


How I found spinach is a starch without testing it. My mother used to make a smoothie every morning for breakfast back in the day, before I even knew about food. She would put in the blender, spinach, flax seed, cucumber, cilantro, and coconut water.

 

Then years later after I realized a lot of this about food and I would visit her and we would make smoothies I noticed a grey substance build up in her blender, a vitamix.


I soaked it for a day in soapy water. Then I scrubbed it with vinegar, nothing, the grey white substance was still on there.


Then I found Dr. Sebi and heard him mentioned Spinach is a starch. I was like ok I'll check it out later. One day I was eating a spinach salad mostly spinach and it was dry and I noticed how chalky it felt in my mouth and that's when a light bulb went on that the build up in the blender was starch from the spinach!

Tomatoes are also highly acidic and will absorb the water and lubrication from joints.

Avocados are good, as is kale, and salmon, even though salmon is acidic it still provides the omega three oils, however it will still rot in the intestines, the safer way to get omega threes is from avocados and walnuts.


Whey powder is also poison, basically animal cow meat made into powder. It's a low frequency highly acidic mucus forming substance.


Rice bran will also absorb water from organs.


Yeast I am not sure of I have not researched it.


Figs are good, alkaline.


Seaweed is good, very good for the thyroid gland due to potassium iodine. Also known as bladderwrack in pill form. Or nori paper.


Pistachios, nope, hybrid nut, acidic.

Almonds are ok in low amounts like maybe a few a couple times a month, they are where arsenic comes from. Not somethign you want a lot of in your body.

 

Cassava is where cyanide comes from. Stay clear of anything with cassava.

 

Brazil nuts are good for selenium but they contain such high amount of selenium that you really only want no more than two brazil nuts per week.


Dates are good, they are natural alkaline.

 

Cashews may taste good but are another hybrid nut, not alkaline.


And again, what is the difference between vegan and vegetarian? Nothing.


Vegan is a made up word by some nutbag or a corrupt person seeking to poison the vegetarian awakening with misinfo.

Here is the etymology link and definition/origin of the word, vegetable.

 

https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=vegetable


"non animal life" originally any plant, vegetable. "Plant cultivated for food".


The meaning of monotonous life came to be associated with vegetables as the farmer or gardener led a monotonous life tending to his plants and crops every day.


It wasn't until the 70's that the word vegetable became associated with someone mentally and physically incapacitated and this saying became popular in Hospitals and clinics, which again goes back to the rockefeller allopathic medical system. Before rockefeller and big pharma/sorcery drugs humanity were better off.


No reason to say vegan.


Otherwise there is some interesting information in that vid.

 

In short he is saying that humanity need iron and to get it from plants.

So basically you can't eat anything LOL. 

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A common sight I see amongst the Masked Ones. In fact, even in TV commercials for the mask I have seen the same thing: Folks in masks walking their dogs. Dogs without masks.

 

Let's let that sink in a moment.

 

Okay. Ready?

 

So, the humans wear the mask while outside with their canine companion in tow, sans mask. The outside world is full of deadly viruses like the Covid and the new Cracker virus Dr Van Jones discovered.

 

While the human is protected from these evil germs, Rex is being bombarded by them. Then, once their walk is over and both have made it safely home, human masks come off and Rex licks his master's face.

 

Are dogs immune to the pandemic. Do the outside germs die on contact when they land on your dirty dog? Should dogs be wearing masks? Should I wear a dog on my face instead?

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19 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

Are dogs immune to the pandemic. Do the outside germs die on contact when they land on your dirty dog? Should dogs be wearing masks? Should I wear a dog on my face instead?

n.b bacterial spread and function has been intertwined with virus theory to cause confusion.

 

 

 

the cells determined to be a virus are dead body cells.

it is presumed that the dead body cell enters the body and is copied/adapted through RNA sequencing to produce multiple 'viruses'

even Germ theory struggles to explain how mans body could possibly copy and adapt animal rna and visa versa

 

there is a separate analysis and explanation from Germ theory that says a sick body produces organisms to clean up dead body cells. illness is a symptom of sick people.

transmission is like a yawn. the body reacts to a sneeze, cough, wheeze by another sick body and replicates the symptom if the body is already sick with dead cell matter in airways

 

 

there is no flying around germs

 

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24 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

Are dogs immune to the pandemic. Do the outside germs die on contact when they land on your dirty dog? Should dogs be wearing masks? Should I wear a dog on my face instead?


Save time and cut the middle man(dog) out..
When meeting and greeting a dog, pick it up and lick it's bum.
lt boosts your immunity system.

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29 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

A common sight I see amongst the Masked Ones. In fact, even in TV commercials for the mask I have seen the same thing: Folks in masks walking their dogs. Dogs without masks.

 

Let's let that sink in a moment.

 

Okay. Ready?

 

So, the humans wear the mask while outside with their canine companion in tow, sans mask. The outside world is full of deadly viruses like the Covid and the new Cracker virus Dr Van Jones discovered.

 

While the human is protected from these evil germs, Rex is being bombarded by them. Then, once their walk is over and both have made it safely home, human masks come off and Rex licks his master's face.

 

Are dogs immune to the pandemic. Do the outside germs die on contact when they land on your dirty dog? Should dogs be wearing masks? Should I wear a dog on my face instead?

 

Does your cat not go outside, KingKitty? And if so, do you put a mask on it? 

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Not before time...

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/31/privacy-campaigners-prepare-legal-challenge-to-uks-test-and-trace-scheme?utm_term=Autofeed&CMP=twt_gu&utm_medium&utm_source=Twitter#maincontent

 

Privacy campaigners are preparing a legal challenge to the NHS’s coronavirus test-and-trace programme as concerns grow about the amount of contact data that will be collected and retained by government.

The Open Rights Group (ORG) has instructed the data rights lawyer Ravi Naik to draft a letter outlining its concerns after Public Heath England said it would retain “personally identifiable” data of those who test positive for 20 years.

Jim Killock, the ORG’s executive director, said: “The government needs to better explain its reasoning; what they have done so far has been rushed. Our concern is people will feel reluctant to participate if they feel their personal data is leaving their control.”

 

More on the link

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2 hours ago, zArk said:

 

its like Abu Ghraib all over again ... stirring up resentment and anti-gov sentiment with the aim of getting groups to perform

 

using their pre-organised scripted statements to try and 'catch em out' is to become controlled opposition

 

 

🤨

 

I see it more of a threat from Sturgeon saying just like the Boris Mob said.. get the fuck off my back, or I will expose the whole fraud & bring us all down.

 

Dunno lol.

 

But they are blatantly flaunting the truth in the publics face & nobody cept us bats an eyelid..very odd.

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