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Video Truth Speakers 2 Truth Seekers

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I think the coining of the phrase 'conspiracy theory ' by the CIA back in the 60's/70's was a deliberate effort to discredit anyone exposing these sinister practices.
It's amazing how such a superficial term can be taken so seriously by so many assumably intelligent people. Last time I checked, the word theorize is another way of saying to think.

So unless we are so stupid as to assume that conspiracies don't happen, or that thinking is not a proper thing for non-automatons to do, theorizing is obviously the way to go. I theorize therefore I am, so to speak.

Whether they are shills or automatons they are so idiotic and predictable one could practically set a clock by their reactions. Yet they love nothing more than questioning other peoples sanity or intelligence.

Backwards yet again.
 

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It's amazing how such a superficial term can be taken so seriously by so many assumably intelligent people. Last time I checked, the word theorize is another way of saying to think.

So unless we are so stupid as to assume that conspiracies don't happen, or that thinking is not a proper thing for non-automatons to do, theorizing is obviously the way to go. I theorize therefore I am, so to speak.

Whether they are shills or automatons they are so idiotic and predictable one could practically set a clock by their reactions. Yet they love nothing more than questioning other peoples sanity or intelligence.

Backwards yet again.
I suppose the term itself has so many negative connotations that it lends itself to people preconceiving that the information is untrue.
But I suppose the idea that RSA is so widespread is very difficult for some to accept. It has always been associated with witchcraft and a dark gothic underground kind of vibe. Bit of window dressing I suppose, to hide the normality of it all.
That humans are bred specifically for the purposes of sacrifice and cannibalism is so alien and immoral that people find it hard to even entertain the idea that it could be true. it took me a while to get my head around it myself.
Judging by the size of the human trafficking industry, this is happening a massive scale.
As well as occurring for religious purposes it is also used for blackmail and bribery.
 
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I suppose the term itself has so many negative connotations that it lends itself to people preconceiving that the information is untrue.
Yeah, the System controllers know far too well how the elements of mass psychology, peer pressure and fear of ridicule or cancel culture can be instilled gradually by the tentacles of the various different media and so on. Some say there are two major drivers in psychology, I forget one just now, but the other is fear. Our fear of being labelled and perceived as a "this or that or whatever" is very strong because our natural instincts are to not differ from the group, or the prevailing consensus, even when we know somewhere deep down that it's absolutely wrong.
But I suppose the idea that RSA is so widespread is very difficult for some to accept. It has always been associated with witchcraft and a dark gothic underground kind of vibe. Bit of window dressing I suppose, to hide the normality of it all.
In the editing of the video one small thing missed the cut which comes into context with your mention of "the window dressing to hide the normality of it all" thinking. In the SGT Report with Wilfred Wong, a veteran of SRA matters if I remember correctly, he said Satanists have a saying that goes something like.. "the guarantee of our future is the perception that we don't exist." So using mass psychology to throw the herd off the scent with terms like 'conspiracy theorist' is probably a very important contribution to guaranteeing their continued existence.
That humans are bred specifically for the purposes of sacrifice and cannibalism is so alien and immoral that people find it hard to even entertain the idea that it could be true. it took me a while to get my head around it myself.
Naturally minded people are at a disadvantage, with regard to entertaining such alien ideas of incredible immorality, because we are naturally inclined to judging others by our own standards. Our own standards are pretty much all we know.
Judging by the size of the human trafficking industry, this is happening a massive scale.
As well as occurring for religious purposes it is also used for blackmail and bribery.
Yeah, unfortunately it's not easily seen on this site because the video picture is a smaller size screen but in the full screen it's easier to see, Ronald Bernard says exactly that. If someone isn't susceptible to blackmail or bribery they can't be expected to keep a secret, hence if one wants to make it to the higher levels of power they must be corruptible first.

Recently I saw a very seriously chilling documentary called Eyes of the Devil. It focused on human trafficking and baby selling. At one point it included the mention of how Muslim people can be involved and used to facilitate this. A very sobering fact that our young and naive 'Diversity is our Strength' brigade should be confronted with.

To give you an example of how chilling, at one point there's a somewhat casual mention of living infants having their limbs torn from their bodies. This is the kind of shit that we're up against. So I take a very dim view of people using terms like far-right white-supremacist Nazi, or anything even remotely like that. If I'm not mistaken, and I'm quite sure I'm not, that's the type of evil National Socialists and Adolf Hitler were trying to save us from. But, the so-called victors control the media and write history.

Hopefully, and if the upstairs department bestows a smidgen of God given luck on us, all that kind of crap will soon be met with full and proper resistance.
 

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Yeah, the System controllers know far too well how the elements of mass psychology, peer pressure and fear of ridicule or cancel culture can be instilled gradually by the tentacles of the various different media and so on. Some say there are two major drivers in psychology, I forget one just now, but the other is fear. Our fear of being labelled and perceived as a "this or that or whatever" is very strong because our natural instincts are to not differ from the group, or the prevailing consensus, even when we know somewhere deep down that it's absolutely wrong.

In the editing of the video one small thing missed the cut which comes into context with your mention of "the window dressing to hide the normality of it all" thinking. In the SGT Report with Wilfred Wong, a veteran of SRA matters if I remember correctly, he said Satanists have a saying that goes something like.. "the guarantee of our future is the perception that we don't exist." So using mass psychology to throw the herd off the scent with terms like 'conspiracy theorist' is probably a very important contribution to guaranteeing their continued existence.

Naturally minded people are at a disadvantage, with regard to entertaining such alien ideas of incredible immorality, because we are naturally inclined to judging others by our own standards. Our own standards are pretty much all we know.

Yeah, unfortunately it's not easily seen on this site because the video picture is a smaller size screen but in the full screen it's easier to see, Ronald Bernard says exactly that. If someone isn't susceptible to blackmail or bribery they can't be expected to keep a secret, hence if one wants to make it to the higher levels of power they must be corruptible first.

Recently I saw a very seriously chilling documentary called Eyes of the Devil. It focused on human trafficking and baby selling. At one point it included the mention of how Muslim people can be involved and used to facilitate this. A very sobering fact that our young and naive 'Diversity is our Strength' brigade should be confronted with.

To give you an example of how chilling, at one point there's a somewhat casual mention of living infants having their limbs torn from their bodies. This is the kind of shit that we're up against. So I take a very dim view of people using terms like far-right white-supremacist Nazi, or anything even remotely like that. If I'm not mistaken, and I'm quite sure I'm not, that's the type of evil National Socialists and Adolf Hitler were trying to save us from. But, the so-called victors control the media and write history.

Hopefully, and if the upstairs department bestows a smidgen of God given luck on us, all that kind of crap will soon be met with full and proper resistance.
The second is a form of Stockholm syndrome.
You are correct we judge people by our own standard. If their outwards appearance is that of someone who conforms and is an accepted member of society, they go unnoticed, which is why this legend has been built around them having specific characteristics, dark demeanour, outcast, they believe it themselves sometimes, because its cool to defy societal norms, especially if you are young. But as I said this is just a legend devised, as you said, to throw people off the scent.
In the Oprah segment of your doc, what did one of the guests say?
She said she was ritually abused as a child, she took part in the ritual sacrifice of children born specifically for this purpose. She said the women were kept deliberately fat to hide these pregnancies.
When she was asked about her mother, she said (can't remember the words). a medium profile governmental job, and nobody suspected a thing.
To this family, this was their normal religious practice and was a good thing.
There was a turning point for Bernard. It's common in the finance industry (especially at his level), to be a part of and witness a certain amount of debauchery. He witnessed or took part in a lot of the sexual gratification stuff, I presume. but when it came to sacrificing a child, reality dawned.
I must watch this documentary, never heard of it before, but it sounds eye-opening but doesn't surprise me, unfortunately.
 
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