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#1 Marmoset

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Posted 27 February 2020 - 10:36 AM

I have made paragraph long explanations on my current philosophies on the nature of life, of how we got to where we are and where we are headed on other threads. I don't think these brief presentations covered my thinking on this subject and I thought I'd start a brief thread on the history of the world. I don't have much spare time and this thread will progress in fits and starts. I am too tired today to get right into it. Hopefully I will get in a little more over the weekend.


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Posted 28 February 2020 - 10:44 AM

Forces

 

It is obvious to me now that irresistible forces drive mankind along a predestined path. I won't at this stage reveal where this path leads to. We made the transition from free hunter gatherers to highly sophisticated domestic animals between 30,000 and 10,000 years ago. A few tiny pockets of free hunter gatherers still exist - the North Sentinel islanders in the Bay of Bengal for example. Possibly other tiny groups in the Amazon forests. Freedom is a word freely bandied around by the Jewish media. Some societies are allegedly free and others less so. But freedom is not something easy to deal with. Free hunter gatherers do not have antibiotics and emergency surgery. They died when seriously ill or injured. Domestication ("civilisation") in the long run brings benefits like modern medicine. Which brings us to one of the irresistible forces. Who among us has the power to refuse modern medicine for ourselves or for the ones we love ? All living creatures are addicts of the strange phenomenon of life and want to continue breathing and eating and having sex for as long as we can. We thus make Faustian bargains as we proceed. Bargains that move us from the difficult state of being free to the more secure state of being domesticated or "civilised".


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Posted 28 February 2020 - 11:02 AM

Freedom

 

The acceptance of less free states is not restricted to humans. Australiam fairy penguins for example live 17 years in captivity versus 10 years in the wild. And this principle holds true for most creatures that can survive in captivity. Freedom is a beautiful thing as anyone who has seen the drama of fairy penguins emerge from the ocean at dusk can attest. Or anyone who has seen Gentoo penguins "porpoise" as they move along in Antarctic waters. A beautiful thing, but not an easy thing. In fact some creatures in nature have lifestyles not entirely dissimilar to those of humans. Termites, ants, honey bees. Domestication degrades but eases the pressures of survival.


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Posted 28 February 2020 - 11:20 AM

More Obvious Irresistible forces

 

There are of course more obvious irresistible forces. The Native Americans, or some sections of them were relatively free. As were the 60 million bison that roamed the prairies. Horrors like feminism and faggotry were unheard of. And then along came Chris Columbus and his irresistible firearms, cavalry and old world military tactics. America now has 100 million cattle in pens and a huge prison population. We are now de sexed wage slaves, shown by TV talking heads how to think and speak and dress, Columbus of course had the power that the domestication of the old world had created. Civilisation can create huge irresistible war machines.


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Posted 29 February 2020 - 02:09 AM

Evolution

 

I should have mentioned this earlier. I think it is obvious that evolution drives life, The multiplicity of life forms is the only real miracle there is. Biodiversity is amazing. Each species fitting into one or more of the innumerable niches that the biosphere possesses. I understand there are about 8 million species of living things. In retrospect it is inevitable that evolution would eventually produce a super species. A species that could deal with any predator and which could populate a wide range of habitats. This has of course happened  There are no prizes for guessing the name of the super species that arrived perhaps two or three hundred thousand years ago. There are we are told 7 billion of us currently on this planet.


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Posted 29 February 2020 - 09:24 AM

Evolution 2

 

Life, it is claimed began on this planet 3.5 billion years ago. Multicellular life forms emerged 700 million years ago. Mammals appeared and branched into numerous species including the primates, the family to which we belong. We remain the sole surviving hominid, having sent the others into extinction. We modern humans continue to exterminate the remnants of the free hunter gatherers  that made it into recent centuries. The last native Tasmanian died many decades ago. The Taino and other Caribbean people are long gone. Humans are not the only victims of the spread of domesticated homo sapiens. Vast numbers of creatures and plant species are now extinct or continue to exist on microscopic reserves. There are only 40,000 koalas in the wild as against several million prior to Jewish sponsored European settlement. The unique marsupial thylacine, the "Tasmanian Tiger" was driven into extinction in the 1930's because they ate a few sheep.


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Posted 29 February 2020 - 09:40 AM

Reproduction

 

 

All species have a strong urge to project themselves into the future by bringing new generations into existence. Populations of each species are kept in check by predators and by limited habitat availability. However when the super species arrived, delivered eventually by the irresistible forces of evolution, many things changed. The super species with it's unique brain hand combination could defeat any predator and adapt to many different habitats. Like all other species they had the irresistible desire to project themselves into the future by reproduction. The strategy of domestication made some sections of mankind powerful and these sections absorbed or exterminated other sections of mankind. A growing unstoppable juggernaut or avalanche had been created by the irresistible forces of nature.


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Posted 01 March 2020 - 01:30 AM

Unstoppable ?

 

Mankind is of course unchallenged by any other species. But who do we blame for the fact that 80% of the world's forests have been destroyed along with the creatures that depended on them ?

Man or the natural forces that created him ? And what is the future of mankind and of the few other species that have survived ? Let us ignore for the moment the magnificent whales and the rest of nature. They could be considered the losers in the evolutionary battle. Evolution created an incredible variety of creatures. But the end result of evolution, man, has reversed all that. All you see in a modern concrete jungle are overweight men and women, dogs and cats. Most people don't realise that domestic animals like cats and dogs are not part of nature but the result of breeding by our pre agriculturist ancestors. It is curious that corporate religions which  claim to connect us with the divine use man made creatures as symbols of the divine. Jesus is referred to as the Lamb of God. (Oddly we are also referred to as his flock). In Hinduism the man made cow is sacred.


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Posted 01 March 2020 - 01:42 AM

Resources

 

Domestication has made us very powerful. But most of this power is derived from the vast quantities of resources that we consume. These may be plentiful but are they inexhaustible ? When I was a kid in the 60's I was assured that nuclear fission and possibly controlled fusion would deliver all the energy we required. The disasters in the Simi valley, in Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, Fukushima and elsewhere have shown that to have been unjustifiable optimism. 


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Posted 01 March 2020 - 02:03 AM

Fragility

 

The infrastructure we depend upon appears robust enough. But then we have not factored in the fact that we have had electric power grids for only a short period of time. These grids can be brought down by massive solar storms. We have not had a really big one since the Carrington Event of 1859. That was before we became dependant on electric power grids. Besides nuclear power plants are dependant on the grids. If a huge solar storm were to hit Earth today and bring down all the grids, we would have 400 simultaneous nuclear reactor meltdowns. This would end life on Earth. Of course by then the lack of water and food and medicines would have killed vast numbers.


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Posted 03 March 2020 - 10:15 PM

Radioactivity

 

Another thing I didn't realise till recently was that our planet, uniquely and fortuitously shielded by the atmosphere and by the magnetosphere , is a radiation free oasis in the unbounded radioactive universe. This fact was vital for the creation of life. Strangely man, the end product of the irresistible force of evolution, is making the planet increasingly radioactive. With nuclear reactors, with nuclear weapons and now with increasingly powerful mobile phone networks. We are supposed to be creatures equipped with powerful intellects and the power of reason. Or are we all collectively being driven by the irresistible forces of nature ?


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Posted 05 March 2020 - 10:53 AM

Flop

 

This thread is turning out to be a bit of a flop. I haven't had a hit all day. I think with envy of Bugliosi selling 7.5 million copies of his fraudulent book Helter Skelter.

Anyway I will persevere. I need to put my philosophy of life on paper/cyberspace even if no one reads it. It is possible that the Jewish owned search engines have been taught to sideline this thread.


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Posted 07 March 2020 - 04:20 AM

Entropy

 

Entropy is a quantity encountered in the engineering discipline of thermodynamics which every engineering graduate studies at university. The second law of thermodynamics states that every process results in an increase in entropy. An increase in entropy means the system is in a less ordered state.at the end of the process. What this means is the universe moves to a less ordered state. Life is a highly ordered state. The human body is undoubtedly the most ordered entity in existence. What the second law states implies that life must eventually end. Are we close to some catastrophic event or series of events that will end life on Earth ? 


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Posted 12 March 2020 - 10:06 PM

Don't Blame Anything or Anyone

 

During the fake Jewish controlled antiwar demonstrations in 2003, some "socialist" organisations had the slogan "A better world is possible". I now know that this is not possible. As I have repeatedly said during this thread, life and it's trajectory through the space time continuum is driven by fundamental irresistible forces. A better world is not possible. I don't even think a different world is possible. This is what you have. Live with it.


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Posted 18 April 2020 - 12:13 PM

History

 

History's greatest false flag has occurred and is ongoing. I expected the world to end with a giant solar flare. But I didn't expect this. Is this the end ?


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Posted 19 April 2020 - 12:45 PM

Imagine

 

Imagine the glow of satisfaction Lord Jacob Rothschild must feel at the moment. Having jailed and immobilised the world's entire population. An event unparalleled in history. He must at times be convulsed with uncontrollable laughter at the plight of his 7.5 billion slaves and of their credulity, their herd mentality and their utter helplessness. The parroting of the phrase "social distancing" by enormous numbers must bring more waves of mirth. His motives for precipitating this tragicomedy are many. Some like the crashing of the stock market are obvious as are the opportunities for creating  new captive markets for vaccines that would further enrich his main acolytes like Bill Gates. A tighter Orwellian control of society has always been attractive to people of his tribe and this astonishingly simple operation would advance this objective. Or is there something more ominous, more sinister lurking in the shadows ?


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Posted 06 May 2020 - 06:59 AM

Updating

 

This thread requires updating. The present superscam has taken me by surprise. Perhaps I should have known it was coming by the rapid step by step clamping down on free speech by the forums and search engines and "social media" over the last two or three years. I was unaware of the 2010 Rockefeller Foundation document and it's chapter titled "Lockstep". Almost identical to "Lockdown". I thought I would have a comfortable stroll to my final resting place and a bit of travel and enjoyment of nature before my time came. Despite my awareness of the omnipotence of the central banking cartel, it's endless stream of monstrous misdeeds I have been taken by surprise. What is next ? 


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Posted 24 May 2020 - 11:09 PM

End of History ?

 

Is this the end of history ? One way of looking at the looming vaccine imposition could be merciful mass euthanasia. Maybe Bill Gates and his masters intend to exterminate us in a quick and (relatively) painless way. Imagine the horror and ghastly chaos of a huge solar flare, the collapse of the grids and the mass famines that would ensue. Cannibalism might keep a few alive but then the reactor meltdowns would finish them off. Mass vaccine euthanasia may be a more graceful exit. We either all perish together or socierty gradually grows sicker and unsustainable and sterile and collapses. Thank you, Bill Gates and Lord Rothschild.


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Posted 31 May 2020 - 10:40 PM

Irreversible

 

The long move over tens of thousands of years from free hunter gatherers to sedentary "civilised"  domestic beasts is of course is irreversible. The main reason is of course that the forests and the wildlife and the fish stocks that sustained our pre agricultural ancestors are gone or depleted to tiny fractions of their past levels. We may not have the qualities to survive the rigors of the natural world. There is no way but "forward". Into what ?


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