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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Should you join the Facebook group "Worldwide false flags" or follow Amber Amy, along with division in the truth movement, distrust of blogs, comedy & humor replacing reason & respect, American stereotypes, & Facebook alternatives

On June 18th, as you can see in https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6OE4CKPPusgNFFlZzJvQkxLeG8/view?usp=sharing, I posted a link to my "article" (more like a video list with a link to a couple of other articles) Orlando Shooter and the predictable partisan reactions (ANC report, shared video), Orlando: Was It LGBT, Radical Islam, Guns...Or Something Else? (also a shared video), & more on the Facebook group Worldwide False Flags (I'll give it the acronym "WFF"), & I got the exact response shown in the image.

So as you can see, I don't recommend joining WFF unless you're both willing to post information directly on there & you're popular, & I do not recommend interacting with Amber Amy at all unless you want to get through what I have went through.

I don't know why this induvidual treated me like she did. However, some theories that I have are that she may simply dislike newcomes, doesn't want me to present information as if it contradicted the information they wanted to see, & there is the possibility that they're jelous that I have a blog with all the information I have on it. I'll talk about the distrust of blogs later, and why I use blogspot.

Some people would say that this is an isolated case of someone who was stupid, a bully, or more than likely, both. However, I see it as an example of a problem that we have within the truth movement; people who don't want to accept help, people who bully those trying to help, & overall division within the truth movement. This seems worse than interservice rivalry, & almost seems like people are competing for views.

I'd like to include a comment made by Ben Hassid from the video We We Change starring Ripoffski and Hilldawg"You making fun  of him seems childish, and unproductive. The in fighting in this movement is unnecessary, and make the efforts of all look bad.
Luke reminds the people in power that there is an opposition of scrutiny. He is a fairly young dude so he makes mistakes, but he is getting better at what he does. Regardless, I don't see anyone else doing it...Give the kid a break. If you disagree with him, have a dialogue. It's far more effective than doing s***ty character assassination videos... Seriously bro".

I've also read about how Ryan Dawson & Brendon O'Connell attack each other (mainly from people talking into the comments about the situation between the two).

When it comes to people like those who attack me when I'm trying to help, I guess the deputy said it right at 0:23 to 0:35, when he said "So when you go in here, realise, that they don't give a f*** about putting their hands on ya'll.", & Don't talk back to the f***ers, don't get into it with them, becuase they can throw s*** at you, they can do whatever they want to." I know that I am not dealing with criminals, but you get the idea.



The truth movement is MORE diverse than what the mainstream media wants us to think, often insanely delusional right-wing Ultraconvervative Christian fundamentalists who are anti government or blind Hitler worshippers (Neo-Nazis).

There are many different parts of the truth movement, & though it is diverse, some members are indirectly connected, as explained in How truth people are indirectly connected, starring Ron Paul, SyrianGirl, Adam Kokesh & Ron Gibson

There the libertarians like myself, Ryan DawsonStormCloudsGathering/Aaron Hawkins, and We Are Change/Luke Rudkowski, along with anarchists such as James CorbettAdam Kokesh & Christopher Cantwell.

There are Paleoconservatives like Alex Jones, and, despite heavy differences, possibly David DukeNathaniel Kapner and Michael Collins Piper (I mention the last 3 becuase they hold many socially conservative views while disagreeing with Neoconservatives on issues such as what to do with Israel, war, and the American empire, and all associate with the white nationalist movement). Jeff Rense could also possibly be a Paleoconservative. I disagree with many of their social views (I even criticized David Duke before) and I especially do not hate on the entire Jewish people, but we do have the common ground of opposing the current Israeli government

I've seen quite a few Muslims in the movement, a strong majority of them being in the Palestine supporting movement, exposing the Israeli government and the 9/11 (and other incidents blamed on Muslims) truth movement, pretty much in that order.

And I've definitely also seen lots of politically Conservative-Christians in the truth movement circles, such as David Horowitz, Bill Whittle, Wild Bill for America, the guys from PJ media, and to an extent, Bobby Powell
I consider this last group to all be sellouts and controlled opposition, because all of them collectively bash Muslims, talk about divisive and what should be low-priority issues such as sex, marriage & abortion (& pornography, at least to an extent), at least Wild Bill has been known to support using the government to force people to follow religious rules &, above all, they support the current Israeli government. People who are definitely related to these circles would be Glenn Beck & Sarah Palin, who also alienate non-conservatives from the truth movement, and has even hijacked the Tea Party movement.
Similarly, I've also seen people who talk about Biblical prophecies, such as Jason A.

And this is only the major parts of the truth movement that I have seen for myself and remember well enough to put into the article. You can find even wore for yourself if you cruize around the internet & also search sites such as Vimeo & my list of YouTube chanels to support (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClWR5zBdxxnFGQ_kPFUDLkg/channels?view=60).

The point of the matter is that the truth movement is extremely diverse, & unfortunately, to an extent, divided.
A similar problem can be seen in the gun community not only in the U.S., but also, in Australia and perhaps other places as well with fudds (casual gun owners) or apathetic shooters (as known in Australia) and gun owners with different interests and intentions.


The video below gets into even more detail about different sectors of the (Australian) firearms & shooting community not caring for each other.




Perhaps the best common ground I could think of for the truth movement overall is to oppose the power of the current Israeli government, end all of the wars, do what we can to prevent war, & reduce the power of the governments of the world (to prevent them from taking power like Israel's), & to crack down on powerful financial institutions and corporations so the world's currency is only issued by governments just to name a few. Also let's be sure to have a revolution in education so this wouldn't happen again.

Distrust of blogs; several times in the span of less than year, when I try to get people to read my content, they have refused and used the fact that I use blogspot as an excuse to not read my content. 
My response to those kind of people is; I know that many people distrust blogs, but what is the best way for me to spread information? I am unwilling to pay money to get my own domain name, and I already setup my blog as is and I'm not willing to put a lot of effort for a website redesign. If someone is already unwilling to read a website simply becuase it's labeled as a blog, I predict they they aren't willing to accept the information provided. What difference does it make that the word "Blogspot" is used in a domain name?


Onto how comedy & humor seemingly replaced reason & respect in American culture, & stereotypes of Americans.


As explained in the video above, especially after 3:57, thanks to political comedians, in American political discussion, reason & respect has seemingly been replaced by the video above. I am so sick and tired of this type of behaviour not only becuase it is irritating in the 1st place, but also, it is damaging America as in people not talking about real issues.

One of the things that bother me is that, in the past, in the sense of how people talk about politics, we were probably better off than we are today. In, say, the 1960's and before, did we have hardcore racists? Yes. Did we have unsavory characters? Yes. Did we have bad people in general? Of course, yes! But did we try harder at maintaining a respectable public image? YES!

Back in the 1960's, of course we had the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, and of course, other racial supremacist groups and extremists galore, but at least we had more class back then and tried to maintain a respectable image.

But now, after MTV, Crossfire, political comedians, & perhaps some other things, now we end up with stuff like what's described in the following video and the 2 videos after it;




And now, we get one of either one of 2 extremely partisan & stupid stereotypes;

A, most common; ultra-patriotic Bible-thumping (not that I hate all Christians) "National greatness" conservative conspiracy-theorists who dress up like what you would see on http://cdn-4.nationalstereotype.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/American-Stereotypes-2.jpg, except in cowboy boots, and leather belt, open carries an antique revolver (or a Colt M1911A1 pistol), and drives an old, straight piped monster truck that is painted in red, white and blue and looks something like what you would see on http://beforeitsnews.com/libertarian/2012/05/flag-waving-nationalists-2081824.html while leaning out the window and flipping the bird

As for their views, they are obsessed with the 20th century (especially World War 2), are homophobic, undersexed, believe in an Evangelical theocracy, want to arrest and enslave all Muslims, wish to keep guns to themselves, and are overall socially ultraconservative (even if they have tattoos, eat pork, and have clothes made out of multiple materials, all of which are prohibited in Christianity). They also love and worship George Walker Bush and Donald John Trump, the former for being a republican and they way he retaliated after 9/11, and the latter for giving the world 2 middle fingers and wanting to deport Muslims.

Or B, we end up with leftist communist millennial social justice warriors who don't have a clue about the world they live in, drive white Toyota Prius C's, live with their parents, go to ultra politically correct colleges/universities, want to ban guns and repeal the 2nd amendment, hate history, are more anti-Republican than anti-war, love Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, and look like the guy on the right below (I am not endorsing the cartoon):
What do we do to solve this? The best way I can think of is to call up political comedians and to tell them to shut up and get out of politics if they are not going to be dead serious about it, and perhaps more importantly, just boycott them and start listening to the alternate media. I know that these more serious alternate media outlets and people are not nearly as funny as comedians or The Daily Show, but the information provided is a whole lot more important and accurate.


As for Facebook alternatives, I recommend using social media such as vk.com and minds.com.

17 comments:

  1. Democide?
    You poor thing how bad was it for you in there? Did they ask for sources and credible evidence?
    Those are the worst kinds of triggers.
    Amy sounds like a monster

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    1. It wasn't too far off from what I run into on the internet all of the time.

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  2. Amber Amy here. Sup, man!
    I see you're still using YouTube as evidence and can't take a joke. Our groups acronym is "WWFF", BTW.
    You call me a stupid bully, yet create an entire post about how awful I am? You need to reread what it means to be a bully; because you're totally being one right now.
    BADGERS FOREVER!

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    1. Suppose I should tell you why it's WWFF instead of WFF, we didn't want to hijack this acronym: https://www.womensfoodserviceforum.com/Home-Master/Homepage
      Alright, laters.

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    2. It's your choice on what sources to and not to listen to.

      YOU started it. I have NOT called you any names. I've taken criticism with class. Have you?

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  3. Oh boy some dude wrote about Amber on a blog full of fucking clickbait and Trump videos, and she's the dumb one? Fuck, I feel dumber just coming to this ugly, retarded as fuck site.

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    1. Okay. That's a bit different from the review of this other individual; https://saynotodemocide1.blogspot.com/2016/06/orlando-shooter-and-predictable.html?showComment=1466969012653#c1668414297634829536 .

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  4. How do you know she isn't part of our agenda?

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  6. You sound like a whiny bitch. I could've been more polite, but wht sugarcoat it? Your crappy views got shot down, so you whine about it in a clearly not-proofread blog post that, honestly, I had to stop reading after four exhausting paragraphs because I could feel my brain trying to dislodge itself and jump ship before I tortured it anymore. I'd rather be waterboarded with piss while Madisonstar Moon gives me a beej with a mouthful of Grapenuts and jalapeƱos. Boo fucking hoo.

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    1. Whatever. If you can't take it, then you might as well not bother.

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    2. What are you even replying to?

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    3. You.

      And consider yourself lucky that I have enough courteousness and tolerance to let you comment here. A lot of other people don't do that but I do.

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  7. If you want more comments reduce the amount of info offered.
    If you want more intelligent comments, make folks sign in somehow, and use their chosen "name"... without the commenters assuming some responsibility to the group, the intelligent folks will be forced to "defend" their ideas with stupidity, cursing, name calling, etc or ignore attacks by drunks , idiots , retards etc,which YOU know is tedious, fruitless and frustrating...
    Because their is no arguing with stupidity.

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    1. I don't want to make people need an internet account to comment, because 1, few people already comment, and 2, not everyone has an internet account, and I don't want to put them at a disadvantage.

      "reduce the amount of info offered." I don't want to do that. There is little enough info as is.

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    2. I forgot to tell you this, but I've really considered what you've been suggesting for months now. However, as stated in my previous comment, no matter how annoying it is, I do not plan to do it.

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