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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

I think Greta Thunberg did it.

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How dare you!

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

Damn you beat me to it.

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LOLOLOLOLOL, you guys!!!!! ILY. 🥹

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Well, Greta's mother's boyfriend is related in some way to Soros.

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Of course he is!

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I'm holding my breath over this & other things.

Have you seen the posts regarding the unused, now expired millions of doses of the lurgy jabs? Then there's the disposal of said proven risky jab juice.

If Greater Thunderbird gets to see that impending ecological & environmental nightmare?

Hold on to your hats!

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LOL !!!

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Greenpeace :)

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Oct 21, 2022·edited Oct 21, 2022

The French :) They like blowing things up covertly.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

At least if Russia cut the transatlantic internet cables in retaliation, the flow of gender theory and critical race theory to Europe will be cut off

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Well, I'm not 100% sure which way it flows, all stuff these days originates in Davos

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The communications cable between he Scottish mainland and the Shetland Islands has been cut; no phones, internet nor computers are any use.

Perhaps a very forceful statement…

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The N.Y. Times is certainly playing it down in their passive aggressive approach to journalism.

The story is that the cable break from Scotland to Shetland is a common occurrence. Usually a fishing boat accident, though this break was "particularly catastrophic."

The little island is less than 500 miles from Norway, Britain and Scotland. I did not even hear about it.

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Sounds like Shetland would be a good place to move to.

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About as likely as WMD in Iraq.

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Oct 20, 2022·edited Oct 21, 2022

Passive aggressive journalism-Yay.

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And apparently very unusual in 2 lines cut.

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Yes, interesting timing. What the connection could be I have no idea though.

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Well the Russians would be saying “Here’s a taste of what we can do even while you have nuclear war games in the area”.

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So many possibilities.

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Or rather a fishing trawler…

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Thank you.

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Within about 12 hours after Britain's ultimatum on Aug. 3, 1914 had run out, all Germany's transatlantic cables had been cut.

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Fascinating. The pan Euro shutdown of RT prior to the planned NATO war verso Russia another proof that it is communication and thus the media which is the crux of all international war: so many kicked off over a false flag that the media knowingly and cynically let ride.

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So, having no phones or internet is being ' completely cut off' and the Russians damaged the nord stream lines. No doubts with The Sun then.

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Europe doesn't have its own looney academics?

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No once the connection to the greater Blob is cut they'll see sense. It's like children with all this awful tranny stuff, take away their phones, take away Netflix, make them read normal things from their own culture.

I read a piece recently about this new doctor starting his first job. He was nervous but buoyed up by his first day being 4th July (Yank Independence day). He even referred to "curse words" rather than "swear words". I even heard a small British boy speaking with an American accent the other day. Young people are almost totally colonised by the GAE, it's pathetic.

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You mean the stuff that evolved from the Frankfurt School? Yeah, I don't think that'll work.

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no such luck. starlink is a backup pipeline, to guarantee we can stay aware of our freedums to choose the discretionay biological sciences that less trigger our feelings.

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Of course, the US did it, whether we did it alone or used a NATO proxy, we did it. Why? To relieve pressure on European leaders to drag the Ukraine and the US to the table with Russia to save their people from starving and freezing. It's as simple as that. Now there is no pipeline to argue over and the war can continue and all the human suffering can be pushed off on Putin.

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This sounds rather likely after a) the Swedes classified their results qnd b) EU media dropped the issue after 2 or 3 days, never to take it up again.

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I am of a mind that the Swedes picked up what pieces were left of the U.S. plane launched sub-killer type of missile.

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OK so how did the US do this?

https://www.monkeywerxus.com/blog/the-nord-stream-2-pipeline-sabotage

Here are a few facts about the sabotage:

Biden said we were going to do it

It happened “overnight” on the 26th of September

We have a US Navy P8 fly from the United States to a refueling rendezvous point over Grudziądz Poland at 0210 hrs GMT

The two aircraft, Callsign N/A, and BART12 sync up at 26,400 ft for an extended 1:20 minute refueling, disconnecting at 0328 hrs GMT

The BART12 air refueler RTB’d to Spangdahlem Air Base Germany and one should note the flight record has been wiped

The Navy P8 then continues onto the Nord Stream Pipeline location and descends to an altitude of <10,000 ft at 0345 hrs GMT

The Navy P8 exits the area just prior to 0700 hrs and is the only aircraft over the area the entire time

At 0709 hrs GMT the Navy P8 returns back to the United States. Note: the US Navy P8 HexCode is AE6851 and is NOT listed in the aircraft database. Furthermore, the aircraft flew as “masked” meaning it did not want to be tracked

Datapoint, there were recorded 2.3 magnitude shakes in the area at that same time

The following morning NATO Forces announce that overnight the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline has been sabotaged

A Poland Ministry Official posts a tweet thanking the United States for taking out the Pipeline

On September 29th in front of the UN Security Council a Russian Federation spokesperson presents the known facts and asks the United States representative directly in a yes or no requested response, “did the United States take out the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline” in which the US representative did not confirm nor deny it and didn’t answer the question, but instead took an offensive posture

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Already deboonked.

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/exclusive-us-navy-jet-flew-across-baltic-hours-after-nord-stream-burst-2022-10-07/

-Tracking data shows jet flew near site of Nord Stream 2 hours after first damage

-U.S. navy confirmed it was an American aircraft

-Says flight was routine

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Deboonked by Reuters!

Routine flight? - across the Atlantic, refuel over Poland and return to the US. Yes of course it was routine...

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Oct 21, 2022·edited Oct 21, 2022

The 'debunk' also conveniently neglects to mention this type of aircraft is fitted with depth charges explicitly designed to blow up deep-sea stuff like submarines. It does mention in passing that about 3 hours of flight data are 'missing' right around the time of the pipeline explosions, but surely that's just a coincidence, and some US-based company was able to 'reconstruct the flight path' nonetheless. Nothing to see here... /s

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Debunked by Reuters?

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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Yeah, I know, that's a little like the fox's spokesperson denying that the fox raided the henhouse.

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Roger that! Makes sense to me that the Ukrainians and/or Poles executed the operation, with US approval. The purpose was clearly to get the Germans out of negotiations and back into the kinetic fight. This would give US plausible deniability, so Admiral Kirby could "truthfully" say that the USA had "nothing to do with it." Just like the local mafia boss who looks away and lets the local street gang loot the store, the US mafia can say, "we didn't do it."

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This is true. There was also a pipeline coming from Sweden through Poland. But I don't know if that will be enough to save them this winter.

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Oct 20, 2022·edited Oct 20, 2022

Isn't there a pipeline through Ukraine that could be tapped into? Maybe that has something to do with it. I like the US senator from Florida, Marco Rubio, but I don't understand why he is asserting that Russia did this--even though he is the vice-chairman of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, it doesn't make sense, unless he is covering for the US military.

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Marco Rubio is an establishment Republican, which is to say he is a war hawk.

And yes there is a pipeline through Ukraine. I had to look it up. (https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/russian-gas-flows-eu-via-ukraine-remain-stable-nord-stream-stays-shut-2022-09-06/) Well, that might explain some things.

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Oct 21, 2022·edited Oct 23, 2022

There is one line of thinking, that the Nord stream pipeline was destroyed to force protection of the Ukrainian pipelines, hence forcing more aid for Ukraine. After the recent round of missiles and drone attacks destroying about a third of Ukraine's electrical energy infrastructure, Zelenskyy just yesterday said that if their energy infrastructure is destroyed they will no longer be able to help out Europe with their energy shortages. It all fits together. And why did Sweden, after investigating the sabotage, remove evidence and not released their findings?

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And now it all makes sense.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

Dear God in heaven, why are the German people so supine? It seems like a case of Stockholm syndrome, writ large. After 80 years of occupation by the US, the people have been completely cowed into stolid, unquestioning obedience. It beggars belief.

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Germans are getting singled out for criticism too much. The entire western world has these problems.

Today the CDC in the US unanimously approved adding the shots to the recommended list for children. This cements liability protection for big pharma and ensures a number of states will require the shots for children to attend public school. With everything we know now, going after children like this is as egregious as blowing up pipelines.

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I was hopeful that when children started having heart attacks, dying in their sleep and getting myocarditis, there would be clamor for Fauci's head. While there is anger in the awake group, the vast majority still are asleep. I cannot understand it except for belief that great spiritual evil is afoot.

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The last thing someone who took the jabs and promoted them wants to admit that these vaccines have killed upward to 500,000 people.

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One source believes over 20 million globally.

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Great evil for sure but I also hoped that injured kids would wake up parents. It has in certain places but so many more are fully propagandandized

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The mind must put up great barriers to accepting the fault of your child's death - especially if the parent was all in on "doing the right thing". It is so much easier to be "virtuous" by having the right sign in your yard or flying the proper identity flag or getting a shot than actually spending life looking to be of service to others. I was called a "murderer" on a forum yesterday for pointing out that no vaccine given systemically (by shot) for a respiratory virus stops transmission because it bypasses respiratory mucosal immunity - and their are papers on Pub Med prior to Covid discussing this problem. I point out a scientific fact and get called a murderer - the mental barriers to accepting reality are profound in many.

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Correct!

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I know right yet all over the UK people are complaining that under 11s can't get jabbed now as some adults queue up for their 5/6 jab.

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Fraud vitiates any claim of liability protection. The fight continues.

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Bourla claimed in April 2021 on Twitter that their studies showed 100% effectiveness in preventing transmission. "100%!" This month, Pfizer's representative Ms. Small claimed that Pfizer never tested for stopping transmission. For the stakes involved, Pfizer's lawyers and PR team must have coached that response, including her feigned laughter at the idea of it. My guess is that they uncovered ridiculous fraud with their outsourced lab partners, but admitting to any of it puts everything under greater scrutiny. Rather than admit any fraud, pretend they never tested for it.

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They didn't test for transmission. It was obvious from the trial design. Human challenge trials are considered unethical, so they aren't done. They skipped the animal trials. And the Stage 3 trials lasted a whopping 2 months.

They have been all over the map on this issue with Bourla speaking out of both sides of his mouth. Is that fraud? Hard to believe it's incompetence.

Trials will lead to discovery, which will lead to inconvenient data and communications.

The data in the V-Safe and VAERS shows an enormous signal, which they ignored. The virus has a low IFR. The jabs were unsafe. Historical precedent shows a markedly different reaction. How is that not evidence of fraud?

The fight continues. They will not win.

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PLEASE. All watch the new film from RFK.

https://www.therealanthonyfaucimovie.com/viewing

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Even better, read the book

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No, no, no... Germans fully deserve it. Here is someone literally blowing up their chances of not freezing to death this winter, and what do they do - bend over harder. Not a squeek. How have these pathetic p***ies ever almost conquered the world?! Where is the anger? The pride? Retaliation?

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There is no will left to fight. If somebody told us (I am German) to fight, we would fight like crazy. Germans do as they are told.

I have always been unhappy about being German as I don't do what I am told.

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On a positive note, year ago my (ex) in-laws, who are German, were hounding and harrasing me to vaxx, because Omicron. And thought I'm a reckless irresponsible mother for risking my job in order to fight the mandates. Today, the matriarch admitted that she is starting to doubt the vaccines (and mandates) coz it does not seem like they work as advertised. It took only three vaxxes and three post-Vax bouts of Covid to change her mind, but there is hope 🙌

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All of us (not my children!) got the vaccines. None want any more shots. We've had obvious vaccine damage (thrombosis) in the family and we are done with this junk.

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Same. That's why I left Germany decades ago.

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Those who rule Germany today are no more German than those who rule Ukraine are Ukrainian. Or than Victoria Nuland and Anthony Blinken are loyal Americans.

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It isn't just Germany, UK heating is ridiculously priced now.

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I'll never (until I live) inject this in my kids!!!

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We don't mind being singled out. It would be nice to have at least one more nation in the EU to have the balls to stand up, it's sometimes a bit lonely as a Hungarian, but we're a stubborn bunch.

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The "Western" world is no longer run by Westmen. A "hostile, alien elite" arguably control every "Western" government. For decades now.

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‘Germans are getting singled out for criticism too much. ‘. Where is the home of Green ideology, Green politics, and an appetite for authoritarianism? Who controls the EU, a bloc of 27..5 (former) Nations? The 0.5 is the UK: sort of out but sort of still in.

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I am with you. As an American I would like to have back the $4T or so we have spent on Nato the last 60 years or so. When Trump mildly suggested that Germany and many other Nato members pay their share he was roughly criticized and laughed at. That also beggars belief.

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In retrospect, asking Europe for more money for NATO was rightly laughed at because the whole thing is a US military industrial complex grifting operation. NATO's reason for being ended when the USSR collapsed, but as Assange has explained, their goal is an endless transfer of wealth from the public Treasury to the military industrial complex.

Like gain of function research vying for more funding by creating more dangerous viruses, the military industrial complex saw gold at the end of the rainbow by pushing NATO all the way to Russia's doorstep.

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Look - every nation looks out for its interests. The USA didn’t come up with nato by itself. We’ve been subsidizing European defense for decades, so Europe put that money elsewhere.

The Europeans were happy to take the money. Who’s the whore here? What we’ve learned is nothing new: everybody is the whore. Maybe if Europeans didn’t start world wars and come up

with shitty political ideologies, nobody would have needed NATO. But I digress. Now our corrupt, idiotic ruling class ( which is just like your corrupt, idiotic ruling class, only less cultured) is betting big on the money laundering dump that is Ukraine and dragging the world down with it. The only way to save your lives is to act like your lives depend upon nobody but yourselves. The people at the top are happy to feed us all into the meat grinder. Take back your countries. Fight against the globalists. There’s no alternative, and yes, it entails risk. The other option is mindless slavery, in a surveillance state. You know how that goes.

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"every nation looks out for its interests." The idea that actions at the state level are intended to benefit the people that comprise nations. Using these words to make sense of the what's happening is as inappropriate as referring to covid shots as vaccines.

Looking at the second half of your post, you may find this interesting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FP4TlRMTgbI

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I’m talking about national governments. The interests of the government often are not the interests of the people.

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Also, even aside from the (extremely lucrative, as you say) opportunities for corruption, I suspect the US foreign policy establishment would rather have Europe dependent on US protection and hence unable to oppose the US in any meaningful way. Imperial hegemons generally get twitchy when their vassals start looking too strong and warlike.

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You don't need to buy MIC crap if you're in NATO, Hungary buys and licences German stuff, our fighter jets are Swedish.

Trump - if he was a bit more nuanced - could have pointed out the poisonous aspect of NATO membership: indifference to defense. The US will come, so why bother?

This is why Eastern Europe had Soviet crap on the eve of this war. The Romanians have Mig-21s!

The US was also fine with this though: they wanted bases, access to territory, and if the new members are helpless on their own, it just makes them even more reliant on Washington, especially if SHTF is near.

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Swedish fighter jets. Sounds subpar, although I’m sure they look real pretty. Anyway, everybody is singing from the same songbook. Europe got to skip its defense obligations, and the US maintained influence in Europe. They are all incompetent thieves. Greedy and destructive. The US government at this point is a massive failure of corruption and veering into Neo-Marxist nonsense. Europe is no better. The EU was a dumb idea from the get go. You surrendered your sovereignty to a bunch of desk jockey fucks who don’t answer to you.

Trump was right about every big thing.if you don’t like his style, you are missing the point.

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You'd be hard pressed to find someone in a hundred potatozone miles of me who's a bigger fan of Trump's style than I am.

And yes, they are pretty! We have the prettiest Swedish jets, folks!

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Never been in a potato zone, although I made some baby 🥔 on the grill this weekend. Are your jets all blondes? The only thing worse than being an enemy of the United States is being a friend. On the other hand, Europe is basically a joke at this point. You guys haven’t had a good idea for several hundred years.

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The German chattering classes would routinely critizise and laugh at qnything Trump said - up to and including "2+2=4".

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Speaking of gain of function - NATO had no function after 1990, but after some bureaucratic splicing, it became a ‘novel’ organisation, the military wing of the EU, and proxy for US geopolitical, military adventurism.

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Why are the youth of today so compliant? No protests on mandatory vaccines? Seriously?

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Oct 21, 2022·edited Oct 21, 2022

They got neutered all through elementary and high school. I remember how I started to notice weird things when my granddaughter was about 12, so that would have been 2008, and I'm sure it actually began long before that. What caught my attention was a volleyball competition, two teams of girls. One team would smash the ball to the other side, and someone would drop it or mess up the play. Then the girls on that team would all high five each other. I remember sitting there thinking "What? They just screwed up and they're congratulating each other?" Then at the end, there was no winner's trophy awarded to the winning team, but everyone on BOTH teams got little participation trophies. Then not much later on, I started to hear about competitions in which one team might really cream the other, and at the end the scoreboard (with something like 75 to 5) would get switched to 0 to 0. No winner, no loser. I wondered where all that would go....now I know.

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Interesting. I recently had the misfortune to spend some time with a few millennials in Africa. Their only reference point was Disney's Lion King. No history, no literature. Nada. I was simply dumfounded. They were,in my book, functional idiots. And one , a particularly annoying little narcissist, lived with Daddy, who I presume paid for the trip. This is so far outside my reality I simply cannot "grok" it.

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‘... why are the German people so supine? ‘. Centuries of practice.

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The German people have been subjected to the most extensive social engineering program ever in history, post WWII. Dr. E. Michael Jones explains it well. "They've internalized the commands of their oppressors." Sad.

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It’s almost impossible not to imagine that industrialists are meeting to overcome this very thing.

There isn’t time to start a new political movement so I would think there will be blood in the streets.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

I find the way that people are mandated by some unseen force to use the word "Conspiracy" when discussing anything that isn't officially mandated to be super tiresome. Why participate in & perpetuate this bizarre idea?

Some state actor decided to take out the pipeline. Other states are choosing not to share their information. This is now a normal state of affairs in western Democracies, where ostensibly people govern by voting on things and expressing their will. How they are supposed to express their will about state actors and actions that they have no information about, is unclear. How Democracies are really supposed to work when even the most basic diplomacy between states, as in, "We know who blew this up", is kept secret because it would be inconvenient and useless to inform the public? So it's basically "We know who blew this up but it serves no purpose to tell you and it would complicate things." Which is basically the gist of the Covid policy too.

I guess the tacit acceptance of people that they will be kept in the dark is very confusing to me, the tacit acceptance of the use of the word Conspiracy for "The general public in a democracy is desperately trying to express their will, but we deny them the critical facts to make an informed decision, so we will call their blinded discussions Conspiracy" a very strange choice as well.

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i don't mean to irritate anyone with the term, i enjoy conspiracy theorising in general and i think the term doesn't deserve the opprobrium it's received. here, plainly, people did conspire.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

George Gammon says 'conspiracy theory' is the new term for 'critical thinking'.

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mark crispin miller says a conspiracy theory is a spoiler alert

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I thought it was Gore Vidal who described himself as a Conspiracy Realist; I could be wrong.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

I would say that if you enjoy conspiracy theorising in general, it benefits everyone if we don't call it conspiracy theorising, as the term undercuts any possible insight and turns the discussion it is attached to into a farce. States making attacks against civilian infrastructure is not a conspiracy, it's a choice made by the military and approved by the political leadership. It was not done in an unofficial way nor did anyone secretly blow up the pipeline while the rest of their government wasn't looking.

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given the sensitivity of the attack, i think there was almost certainly the hatching of secret, semi-official plans by a military or intelligence or gvt faction by at least one party here - whether by the specific proxy used, by the US, or (most probably) by some in the scholz gvt.

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I think by treating the word conspiracy as though it were radioactive, it plays to those who use it to denigrate non-mainstream discussion.

Use another word and that’ll just get weaponised too.

No need to appease them

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That's why the attempted to poison the term.

Appeasing them does not appear to be working.

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call it game theory

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Maybe some new branding is in order - how about "plausibility theorists".

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Pattern Recognition aficionados?

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By definition all conspiracies were once conspiracy theories until proven correct...

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Shifting the connotation of the word "conspiracy" to the negative is probably a deliberate tactic. That way accusing anything of being conspiratorial will automatically equate it with tinfoil-hattery.

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I agree. Certainly conspiracies abound everywhere, so why shouldn't one have theories about what appear to be conspiracies??

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Oct 20, 2022·edited Oct 20, 2022

If you're not a conspiracy theorist, then you must be part of the conspiracy.

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Ha ha! I have a "friend" who's embarked on a career, of sorts, "debunking" "conspiracy theories". That's one of the claims he makes. That when a conformie refuses to look the evidence for a conspiracy, the conspiracy theorist says "you must be part of the conspiracy".

So I don't recommend this strategy.

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A mindless enabler, yes.

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The simplest explanation is that these countries are no longer the "democratic republics" they once were. The outward forms remain, but internally, they are now "skin suits" worn by the occupying power, which we dare not name.

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Oct 21, 2022·edited Oct 21, 2022

This sounds plausiblly 100% true or 100% nuts... nothing in the world seems to make sense anymore without an explanation that, 25 years ago, would have seemed like something dreamed up by a madman.

As an American, I can hardly believe what is going on here and all around the world. Almost nothing seems to be decided by voters. I enjoy reading this blog and comments because we do not hear much about what Europeans actually think here, and I am guessing Europeans don't hear much about what we think either. I am especially surprised by the number of people who think critical theory comes from our side of the pond. It came here from European universities, and is coming back to you weaponized. Your crazy Antifa brought us our "Occupy." Why were there huge Black Lives Matter protests in Europe when American policing and American racism (which are supposed to be the reason for BLM in the first place) have nothing to do with you? Why was Biden spouting "Build Back Better" from his basement, and how in the world did he get elected? If there's not a worldwide conspiracy (and there are actual "conspiracies") then there's a worldwide insanity and/or demonic possession going on. And those seem plausible to me too.

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We're finally cluing in to what's been going on for decades. This has all been planned and slowly instituted for a long time, we just didn't see it.

The WEF and the Club of Rome were founded decades ago and eugenics is at least a century old. These aren't the only such clubs.

There are people who think our fossil fuels are running out quickly (research peak oil, cheap oil etc); while they may be right and I'm not sure about that, their solutions are what we are witnessing now and they are evil and address only their own interests while throwing the rest of us literally under the bus. Even if correct, they are not accounting for human ingenuity in problem solving. Over millennia, humans have faced all kinds of challenges but have overcome.

To me, what looks like demonic possession is just the evil and sin that's been in all of us to a greater or lesser degree coming to the surface obviously in some much more than others.

I look back at Marian apparitions in Rwanda and Medjugorje: there's a reason Mary called us all to repentance, to reject evil. That's not me being preachy but it is a fact.

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Excellent points!

In my secular map, it is evident the the psychopaths at the top of The Parasite are more concerned with retaining their parasitic relationship toward us than anything else. If we're allowed to problem-solve, then one of the problems we will eventually solve is their parasitization of us. They don't want that! They don't mind poisoning and killing the best and brightest of us to prevent us from throwing them off.

In my spiritual map, discerning God's will, and then living "Thy will be done" brings out the best in us and makes a world of beauty. The painting "The Virgin of the Apocalypse by Miguel Cabrera, 1760 A.D." gives a window to see https://edgarlovesmary.substack.com/p/the-west-is-waging-an-information

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I just came across this video (my autoplay was on in youtube) and found it very informative. At about 9 minutes, the speaker describes life in 1st centruy Rome as documented by historian Will Durant. It puts our troubles into perspective.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2nNz8uk7iU

It's worth while listening to the entire 30 minutes.

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You help the cause of good when you work to make sense of the seemingly crazy phenomena we witness all around us today. I've found that in order to build accurate maps, I need clear categories. I suggest that you differentiate between the host peoples of Europe and the alien peoples living (exploitatively?) among them. Antifa, critical theory, bolshevism, etc. are then seen to be creations of an alien group, present in Western countries, but not Western.

That awareness (hostile aliens among host populations) provides a human-actor level explanation for the evil and seeming madness.

While the demonic hypothesis provides a hard-to-refute spiritual explanation for those so inclined.

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American cultural colonization is so complete, European culture is so dead, that you only encounter the latter when someone great literally dies.

Most of the European culture the Hungarian mainstream media featured in the past month was related to Godard's death.

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now that was an elegant explanation. Skinwalkers is a great way of thinking about

our governments now.

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Government has always been inimical to the individual liberty of the governed. This is not a new evolution within western nations, but has been true of all nations since the dawn of civilization.

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I beg to disagree, in the particular case the "Children of Frya", the People of the Codex Orea Linda. Our written history documents that we fought for freedom and warned against slavery, back to at least 2600 BC. Sadly, our nations were eventually infiltrated and subverted by the parasites that rule us today.

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THIS. Thank you. Some sense at last.

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Very well said, thanks.

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Very well said.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

I think we can rule out Russia at this point.

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it would be like cutting down the limb on which you are sitting, but way worse of course !

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How about the Russian opposition,?

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It was the Loch Ness Monster. Definitely. I have a friend who lives in Inverness who told me that Nessie was seen slipping out into the North Sea late one night, and returning three days later, grinning from ear to ear.

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That makes more sense than blaming the Russians.

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I believe that story 😆😆😆

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😂🤣😂🤣

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It was the Swedes. They have imported many of the world's top explosives experts over the past decade ;)

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What's in it for them, exactly? Acting as US proxy? Something else?

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Mostly peaceful aloha snackbars ;)

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I don't know what that means but I am nodding in assent anyway...

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Think Islam.

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Thanks for the laugh, hadn't heard that expression in a while! :)

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People who claim Russia did continue to show their full ass

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Oct 20, 2022·edited Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

Obviously, Sweden is on Russia's payroll and they are covering up for Putin 😏!

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Clear picture being that US bombed it?

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via a NATO proxy probably.

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Looking forward to someone leaking the Swedish report. Circumstantial evidence strongly suggests US.

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What evidence? There's no evidence, circumstantial or otherwise. Just speculation--which is all we are going to ever have.

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Plenty of circumstantial evidence. Look at who had a motive, means, and opportunity. Then there's the fact that Joe Biden publicly announced that he planned to do it.

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1) Joe Biden did not announce any such thing. He made a general statement that could be interpreted in any number of ways.

2) Motive, means, and opportunity excludes no one, including Russia.

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This sounds like something a person would say after getting their fifth covid shot.

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There's actually quite a bit of evidence that Sachs goes over in this interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMhS3tp0HGs

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Jeffrey Sachs needs to relearn the definition of "evidence".

He's guessing and speculating and pretending he's saying something meaningful. He isn't.

Did the US have a hand in blowing up Nord Stream? It's quite possible, and maybe even probable. If I had to guess--and the key word here is GUESS--I'd say it probably was the US.

But guessing and proving are two different things. Sachs is guessing. Not proving.

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Listen to what Sachs says again. He says nothing about "proof" and he couches his speculation appropriately given the circumstantial nature of the evidence.

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He says "I would bet US..." etc.

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In your model, is "the US" an independent actor, pursuing "it's own" interests?

(Asking for a friend.)

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Monkywerk had a video showing a plane leaving the U.S. going to Europe refueling, turning around and going over the exact locations of the attacks.

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Completely irrelevant, as the explosives could not have been placed on the pipeline from the air. The pipeline was not bombed from above as if it were on land.

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OK, so you are certain that military planes are incapable of dropping, say submarine drones?

You know a lot more than me.

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Oct 20, 2022·edited Oct 20, 2022

UK. brainchild executed by the Poles

my theory

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"with your own theories, or discuss anything else you wish." Are you sure? You won't delete comments and ban anyone for 100 years?

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me? i've handed out very few indefinite bans, mostly to people whose comment history starts with the current post and are just here to yell at me.

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(adding: most of these are probably purpose-created burner accounts, so it's not much of a penalty)

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Yell at you? "purpose-created burner accounts" how would you know and why not lean on the side of open debate instead of censorship?

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people who make honest arguments, that's fine. but, i work really hard on this blog, it's about 60% of my life, and i don't have to put up with people misrepresenting what i say. almost anything goes here, but a few things don't.

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Appreciate your honesty. And obviously it's your comment section to do as you please. Having engaged with Sanjoy's comments from Monday that you deleted (and gave him a 100 year ban), it didn't read like he was trying to misrepresent you. If we should take away anything from the past two years of controlled narratives, big tech censorship, and corporate state propaganda, one man's honest arguments are another's "misinformation". We can only ever bridge that gap with open debate, not more censorship.

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longer explanation below, it was a total misrepresentation of what the post was trying to say, and in addition, there was the virus-denialist bullshit about how arguing that COVID is "real" is somehow contentious.

I've been extremely, extremely generous with the anti-virus crowd for about two months now, carrying out extended back-channel exchanges with some of them. some of the days when no post appears, it's because I'm arguing with a virus denier on gmail OK? and I'm going to be honest with you: I'm done with these people, they're not reasonable, and there's going to be very limited tolerance for this monotonous crowd going forward, as there's absolutely zero point engaging with them.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

Because often it’s not open and frequently it’s tiresome.

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Had three reply to a post I made yesterday saying you banned them. One for 100 years. He started his own sub in anger. Why not ignore comments that aren't blatant spam and just leave them? And why ban anyone who isn't saying how they make $1400 per second?

https://sanjoymahajan.substack.com/p/censored-views-about-the-fake-pcr

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Oct 20, 2022·edited Oct 20, 2022Author

yes, let's talk about his comment, one in a thread full of people eager to uncharitably misread the things i've tried to say, now three or four times over. #

here is his statement:

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The arguments made by the virus promoters have of late been declining in quality. This post is an example. Its argument, once the speculations, warnings, and digressions are skipped over, is:

Everything in the public sphere is deemed fake by one or another (small) group of people.

Not everything can be fake.

Therefore, PCR tests and COVID are real.

I can accept steps 1 and 2, but the leap to step 3 requires more power than I can logically muster.

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This is a complete misrepresentation of the post and its argument, which was not even primarily about PCR and merely used some (otherwise unspecified) reader reactions as an example to talk about a broader of phenomenon, of people in our sphere being encouraged by propagandised media to disconnect from most sources of information about the world. You may not like it, you may not believe it, but I have done my best to accurately and fairly represent PCR, and how it has been misused to lie to people. I'm sorry I can't make the microbiology clearer to you, but I invite you to read some of the abundant helpful explanations of how PCR works, what it can do, and how it is misused (not just for Corona, also in forensics).

So: I ban hardly anybody, but there's a few things I don't like. People with no real comment history who egregiously insult me or misrepresent what I write are going to be gone. People who only ever come here to yell at me or say the same thing over and over are going sooner or later to be gone, if they can't contribute more substantively. People who harass or bother commenters whose contributions I value will probably also be gone, though that's only happened once or twice.

Almost every last blogger with an active comment section does some moderation, that's just how it is.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

You have every right. It’s your comment section.

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That a misrepresentation could be an egregious insult is perhaps a generational thing, but that's for you to decide. Why not reply with that same reasoned argument originally or ignore it?

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because I've replied to several dozen comments saying the same thing already, over months, a steady drip-drip-drip of the very same objection over and over, regardless of what i say.

the view represented in that comment was all over that thread, all over the previous thread on PCR, absolutely nothing is censored if that comment is gone. but, more interesting and more correct ideas can have a chance.

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That comment had a lot of links to other content so, it wasn't "absolutely nothing". It's fine if you don't want it here and don't agree with it. "but, more interesting and more correct ideas can have a chance." Historically I'm not sure that's ever the case with any censorship, but I understand your reasoning, and point of view and appreciate the honesty.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

Because low IQ commenters left unchecked will crowd out, displace, and scare off quality people, which is why all sufficiently popular discussion venues are indistinguishable from Reddit unless adequate gatekeeping measures are put in place.

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HA HA HA HA!

I hadn't thought to ask that, @Good Citizen!

Once we clear this up, we can get down to the bottom of this mystery.

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That substacker was a real ‘Brute Banner’

Ba-boom tishh

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He has banned at least three or more who subscribe to my Sub for 100 years for asking relevant questions. One of them...

https://sanjoymahajan.substack.com/p/censored-views-about-the-fake-pcr

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Much of this discussion is interesting. Must you go on and on and on? We are all aware of your hurt feelings. Don't make a spectacle of yourself.

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👍 but "on and on" would suffice 🤣

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I just listened to Randy Newman's I'M DEAD and I can't get the lyrics out of my head.

03 - Randy Newman - I'm Dead (But I Don't Know It)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PskygyOhIsM

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There are really only two possible scenarios: Russia sabotaged the pipelines or Ukraine/NATO/EU sabotaged the pipelines.

How much forensic evidence can be gathered from the ocean floor after such an attack is problematic, but it is highly unlikely any o f it amounts to "smoking gun" evidence that points the finger of guilt in any one direction.

In terms of strategic benefits, it's far more likely NATO is behind the sabotage than Russia. The explosions came too late to be of benefit to Putin as a false flag attack on Russian sovereignty as a pretext for mobilization (although the explosions not going off at the right time would explain the bizarre 12-hour delay in Putin's mobilization speech), and the destruction of the Nord Stream pipelines mean that Russian gas flows through the Yamal and Central Corridor pipelines through Poland and Ukraine to Europe or not at all. The destruction of Nord Stream removes any benefit to Germany of breaking ranks with NATO, and thus keeps the alliance united against Putin. That's a plus for NATO.

One thing the Nord Stream sabotage makes clear is that very little has changed in European politics since the 19th century. The locii of geopolitical power are still Moscow, Berlin, Paris, and London, and all of them are still jockeying for influence and looking for ways to circumscribe each others' power and influence; when push comes to shove, the alliance will either be Berlin, London, and Moscow against Paris (Napoleonic Wars); London, Paris, and Moscow against Berlin (WW1 and WW2), or London, Paris, and Berlin against Moscow (Cold War and beyond). Regardless of how the alliances are formed, the game is the same: control over the European continent.

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Occam’s razor is appropriate here.

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What about the Elephant in the room? The puppeteer of all of the governments you mention? Ought we consider their intentions, their goals?

Is their goal the same? "control over the European continent"

What if it's not? Might they have a bigger goal, within which the chessboard moves all make sense?

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The power dynamics unfolding in Ukraine follow a very familiar theme within European politics, and that includes the uneven EU responses to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, which is merely the latest round of jockeying between Berlin and Paris for influence over the EU.

If Germany's economy collapses, so does their dominance over EU policy--and Macron would like nothing better than to be able to step in to fill such a void, turning the EU from a German hegemony into a French hegemony.

Do those same dynamics further the presumed globalist ambitions of the Davos/WEF folk? Unlikely, but with globalism on the decline nothing right now furthers their globalist ambitions. If the Davos/WEF crowd really is precipitating global anarchy, their plans are beyond stupid--collapsing the institutions that provide the social and political fabric of human civilization creates a geopolitical singularity, which precludes anyone having any control over events on the other side.

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So, Peter, in your map, Macron is working on behalf of France? Of the French People? And "Berlin" is jockeying on behalf of the German People?

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Politicians are generally presumed to be working on behalf of themselves, which frequently translates into they keep people (political benefactors and/or voters, to varying degrees) appeased.

Where you get the idea that I consider any of this to be in the best interests of any of the "people" is a mystery. If you've read my Substack and other comments on this war in Ukraine, you'd know that what I consider to be in the best interest of people particularly Ukrainians is this strange concept called "peace". What we're discussing here is various strategic and geopolitical motivations for another more popular concept called "war".

When it comes down to the interests of any nation's people, in this grand game of geopolitical domination, the only winning move is not to play. Which is the one move the folks in the locii of power in Europe are not going to make. So here we are.

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No, there are an infinite number of scenarios. Saying "only 2 scenarios possible" makes everything you say after that suspect.

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There are never an infinite number of scenarios for human endeavors. When you consider the resources required to undertake this sort of sabotage, on the scale with which it was done, all but a few scenarios can be immediately excluded simply for lack of capacity or resources. In reality, all but two broad scenarios are excluded.

Disagree all you like, it changes nothing.

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I would also add: destroy the US to assure their control (scandalous as that will be to most readers here.)

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It wouldn't destroy the US, although there is a scenario where the Germany economy is permanently destroyed by the loss of Russian natural gas.

But since the Nord Stream pipelines weren't delivering any gas anyway, the sabotage merely made an outwardly temporary situation more or less permanent. Which makes the sabotage both a larger and smaller act than it might seem at first.

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our petroleum reserves have been exported to Europe, leaving the US at half what it needs to get through a national energy crisis.

The reserve is there to support us for 44 days.

It's intentional depletion as lowered that to 21 days.

This is on the road to self-destruction and it is planned.

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I was thinking about this earlier today. Biden is committed to destroying/ending our use of fossil fuels. He and others including Gates see all this as hastening the move to renewable green energy, with no concern for the fact that we can't move any faster than we are to use other fuel sources and without oil and gas, and winter approaching, it's going to be bad. But with their twisted line of thinking, they can eliminate the pipeline and spread the energy pain to Europe, while at the same time the U.S. will have to send natural gas to Europe to help make up for the lost pipeline, which in turn will make life even worse in the U.S. It's about creating maximum pain for everyone possible.

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Oct 20, 2022Liked by eugyppius

Swedes either got a visit from some Americans in plain suits or were smart enough to not need the formality.

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alternative theory: Germany, Denmark, other NATO countries begged them to do this. everyone just wants it to go away.

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I think Scholz was very pleased about it because it got him off the hook. The German population cannot now put pressure on him to solve the gas problem. He would just say "sorry you are cold, but there are no options left other than to import LNG from the US." Germans, like lambs to the slaughter.

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Just doing the job of leading (German) lambs to the slaughter, for his masters (who are not Germans).

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kill our citizens, all's fair in love and putler, but PLEASE don't make a scene out of it

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