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  1. From Facebook to Policebook

    Glad people are finally waking up... a bit late but still better than being zombies. I started to use an internet instant messenger back in the 1997. I stopped in 1999 after connecting the dots... ICQ is an instant messaging client that was first developed and popularized by the Israeli company Mirabilis in 1996. The name ICQ derives from the English phrase "I Seek You". Ownership of ICQ passed from Mirabilis to AOL in 1998, and from AOL to Mail.Ru Group in 2010. (AOL is another deep rabbit hole you might have fun going into) Mirabilis is an Israeli company that developed the ICQ instant messaging program, a pioneer of online chatting that revolutionized communication over the Internet. Mirabilis was founded in June 1996 by Arik Vardi, Yair Goldfinger, Sefi Vigiser and Amnon Amir. Yossi Vardi, the father of Arik Vardi and one of the founders of Israel Chemicals, agreed to invest a few hundred thousand dollars to develop the technology. Israel Chemicals Ltd. also known as ICL, is a multi-national manufacturing concern that develops, produces and markets fertilizers, metals and other special-purpose chemical products. ICL is majority controlled by the Israel Corporation, one of the largest Israeli conglomerates. Israel Corporation is Israel’s largest holding company. It was founded in 1968 by the Government of the State of Israel.
  2. The Breakfast Club

    You're missing the main point of the movie... all kids are the same despite their facade/background/wealth. From my point of view, it was made to unite the kids.
  3. Mysterious researcher Videos showing investigations of the mummies have appeared on the sites gaia.com and the-alien-project.com. The lead researcher for the group studying the mummies, a man named Konstantin Korotkov, gave an interview recently in Russian for the Russian Mir 24 TV station. The news site RT (formerly Russia Today) claims that Korotkov said that the mummies have 23 pairs of chromosomes (like a human), but their anatomy looks non-human. "They [the mummies] could be extraterrestrials or bio robots," RT quotes Korotkov as saying. In a video on gaia.com, Korotkov claims that radiocarbon-dating results show that one of the mummies (the same one that Nelson says looks like it was made with parts from a Nazca mummy) dates back around 1,700 years, a time when the Nazca culture was flourishing. Korotkov did not reply to requests for comment and the university gaia.com claims he is affiliated with (St. Petersburg University in Russia) shows no record of him online. Officials at the university did not reply to requests for comment. Another affiliation given in the media for Korotkov — the National Research University in St. Petersburg — doesn't seem to exist. The National Research University Higher School of Economics has a campus in St. Petersburg — but again no mention of Korotkov on that university's website and officials with the university did not return requests for comment. Korotkov's personal website sells a product called Bio-Well that he claims can detect "human light." He makes no mention on his website of being a professor at St. Petersburg University in Russia or a National Research University in St. Petersburg. etc etc The mummy comes from notorious tomb robbers and the Russian expert is a not an expert at all. Good job Gaia.com, one more scam in a long list of similar ops. Fake it till you make it. Still, in Peru and Bolivia ruins and even complete facilities lay by the roadside, you can literally walk into a complex or a collapsed building... no wonder they have pro tomb robbers operating for decades. Sure aliens exist, but it doesn't mean we have any meaningful interaction with them.
  4. Nazca lines represent a pre-deluvial cargo cult when the tribes living on the plateau received food and trinkets from the crews of airships that sailed overhead connecting large cities on the coastline of modern day Peru and those in the mountains of present day Bolivia, specifically in the vicinity of what is now Lake Titicaca. The lines are the sigils of the guilds that operated the airships. The vessels sometimes landed on the desert surface due to heavy winds. The primitive local tribes emulated the drawings and markings painted on the side of the balloons in an effort to bring their benefactors back.
  5. Any tips for breaking the drone mode?

    and Fking... its Native way of life not so bad if you think about it lol
  6. Gaia.com has a bad rep Looted in Nazca The mummies were supposedly discovered in 2015 by tomb robbers working in the , an area where the ancient Nazca culture flourished. The mummies come from "a group of 'huaqueros,' or archaeological treasure hunters, from the city of Palpa," said Thierry Jamin, president of the Inkari-Cusco institute. Jamin is involved with research on the mummies and refers to the head of this looting group as Mario. "Mario is a treasure hunter. He is a delinquent, who is well known to the police services of the Nazca region. It [his group] has looted archaeological sites on the Peruvian coast for more than 20 years. And justice does not do much to stop him," Jamin said, claiming that he informed Peru's Ministry of Culture about Mario's activities, but has not heard back from the ministry. Officials from the Ministry of Culture did not return requests for comment from Live Science. https://www.livescience.com/62045-alien-mummies-explained.html there's more over there...
  7. I know the other side are publishing lies too. I'll cheer if they are banned from Youtube also, especially CNN. One side is pushing the right and the other the left. Both sides are BSing us on overdrive. Independent and objective news papers are gone... we have to regulate them cause they are crossing the line. Sponsored stories and all that crap sold to us as objective news. Add the fact that they answer to their owners, the ones buying advertising on their platforms, the same guys who are buying politicians too. With luck the angry right will be able to destroy a few leftist strongholds and so on... let them fight each other and we'll only have to deal with the few survivors lol
  8. The Daily Mail has been widely criticized for its unreliability, as well as printing of sensationalist and inaccurate scare stories of science and medical research and of copyright violations. that's why they are banned, publishing lies
  9. They didn't read the book. Is it on state or federal land? If it's on fed land, they'll get nothing Furthermore, the Federal policy against spoliation and removal of "archaeological resources" of any type from federal or Indian lands, even coins and scrip less than 100 years old, means it is unlikely that a finder of gold or silver coinage on Federal lands will prevail with an argument that the find constitutes a treasure trove of coinage, but rather "embedded property" that belongs to the property owner, i.e. the government On state land... they'll have to go to court In one Pennsylvania case, a lower court ruled that the common law did not vest treasure trove in the finder but in the sovereign, and awarded a find of US$92,800 cash to the state. However, this judgment was reversed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on the basis that it had not yet been decided if the law of treasure trove was part of Pennsylvania law. The Supreme Court deliberately refrained from deciding the issue.
  10. If it's on public land, its problematic. Why alert the authorities about it though... its not very smart
  11. that's just some wiki they are the manipulators get rid of them and then we can get rid of the other side got to start somewhere The Daily Mail is a British daily middle-market tabloid newspaper owned by the Daily Mail and General Trust and published in London. It is the United Kingdom's second-biggest-selling daily newspaper after The Sun The Daily Mail has been widely criticized for its unreliability, as well as printing of sensationalist and inaccurate scare stories of science and medical research and of copyright violations. Daily Mail and General Trust plc is a British media company, the owner of The Daily Mail and several other titles. The company manages a multinational portfolio of companies, with total revenues of almost £2 billion, that provide a diverse range of businesses and consumers with information, analysis, insight, news and entertainment. The company operates in over forty countries through its subsidiaries RMS, DMG Information, DMG Events, Euromoney Institutional Investor and DMG Media. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Jonathan Harmsworth, 4th Viscount Rothermere, is the chairman and controlling shareholder of the company. The head office is located in Northcliffe House in Kensington, London. History The group can trace its origins back to launch of the mid market national newspaper the Daily Mail by Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere, and his elder brother, Alfred Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Northcliffe, in 1896. It was incorporated in 1922 and its shares were first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1932. Harmsworth, who had been elevated to the peerage as Lord Rothermere, was editorially sympathetic to Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists and he wrote an article, "Hurrah for the Blackshirts", in January 1934. Referring to Adolf Hitler's proposed invasion of Czechoslovakia, Rothermere, again writing in the Daily Mail, said in 1938 that "Czechs were of no concern to Englishmen". Jonathan Harold Esmond Vere Harmsworth, 4th Viscount Rothermere (born 3 December 1967) is a British viscount and inheritor of a newspaper and media empire founded by his great-grandfather Harold Sidney Harmsworth. He is chairman of DMG Media, formerly Associated Newspapers, a media conglomerate which includes the Daily Mail. Harold Sidney Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere, PC (26 April 1868 – 26 November 1940) was a leading British newspaper proprietor, owner of Associated Newspapers Ltd. He is known in particular, with his brother Alfred Harmsworth, the later Viscount Northcliffe, for the development of the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. He was a pioneer of popular journalism. During the 1930s, he was known to be a supporter of Nazi Germany, purportedly having become convinced that the National Socialist Party would help restore the German monarchy. He cultivated contacts to promote British support for Germany.
  12. I wouldn't mind them going after the flat earthers next lol Freedom doesn't mean we should let any nutjobs run a TV station. We have to draw the line somewhere... like so far in Canada, we didn't let the Sharia law rule any community. Sure there's an underground system but its not state approved and its illegal. For total freedom to be safe, the pop has to be able to manage itself decently. They could have stopped Scientology when it started.. they didn't, now its a beast and will most likely never go away I like conspiracies but there are so many opportunists out there who will publish anything for money. I think the demonetization of a lot of youtube channels will slow down the trolls and the gullibles greatly. They'll stop doing it if they get nothing out of it. I hope that channels like UFO mania, Atlantean garden, and the flatearth types will get it next Its all disinfo anyway, pure new age BS and the trolls revived all of this. Look at what happened with Sitchin's books.. tens of thousands of people and maybe more got scammed by this guy and now they genuinely believe in the lies. It's almost a religion for some. Did you listen to Greer mp3 posted in here yesterday? the manipulators have access to the servers and can tweak the algo to feed you all the disinfo and useless knowledge they want you to believe in. They lead you down the wrong rabbit hole on purpose and soon you're just lost down there.
  13. No blood transfusion, that's how special they think they are.... you're filth to them, f your blood. Once in a while they make the news cause of of them died of a stupid curable problem. Draft dodgers, they will not fight... not that i'm a big fan of war but at some point you can't totally ignore the world you live in. I think they get a free pass in Canada, a special law just for them.