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October 04, 2015, 10:25:24 PM
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I admitted that vegan diet probably has benefits and even that for heart disease might be critical.

I think you are absolutely correct about that.

I just have to tell you frankly, because I tried to be nice but then I was being called dumb.

I think you are too sensitive and you can't handle when someone has a different opinion than yours. You are calling people retard, dumb, etc. and insulting people with all kind of uncivil remarks in this forum all the time. Your posts are full of uncivil personal insults - in the meantime you are so sensitive to any opinion which disagree with you. Which is more important, I certainly not called you dumb, not even implied that - quite the opposite, I made a compliment virtually in every second post that you are the smartest person on this forum. You became very upset, because I was dare to express my opinion about the benefits of plant based diet, and that I subscribed to the calcium deficit theory with regards to milk.

No you told me that raw milk was very bad

I wrote above, that I am talking about supermarket diary products that is accessible to 99.999% of population, which raw milk is not such widely available product. I have no specific opinion on raw milk (except that logic dictates that it must be a bit better than pasteurized milk, in the meantime according to many scientists the bacteria in raw milk is a risk). I was talking generally about diary products and the government propaganda of diary products.
Milk is a separate food group on the food chart and that info is pushed to billions of people as a guideline for nutritions. That's what government teaches in school and even in kindergarten. It is a separate food group because it has calcium and some protein. It is same as the pumpkin seed would be a separate food group just because it is rich in magnesium.
Since large corporations - that control the FDA and European food authorities - have a vast interest in diary products, the propaganda pushes diary products to the masses. Even you admitted that the industrial diary products are not so good. I said several times that I am not worried about raw milk, I am talking about diary products which is accessible by 99.999% of the population, so I am not sure why so upset about that raw milk topic.

No hard feeling from my part as well, it was a very good discussion and I leave it with this.
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October 05, 2015, 12:17:00 AM
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http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/02/obama-administration-and-un-announce-global-police-force-to-fight-extremism-in-u-s/
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Yeah, it's getting kind-of obvious now that the Strong Cities Initiative is just another front for Agenda 21...

A Knowledge Age may indeed be the best defense for a way of life free of Socialism or worse.  

I was almost expecting to see Valerie Jarrett in a picture.

Valerie Jarrett is the Empress.
And Obama is her prophet.
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As I wrote earlier today, 5 or 6 days is not enough time to be confident of a cure or permanent improvement in health.  About an hour after riding that high feeling, the horrible symptoms returned with a vengeance and I've been bed ridden the entire afternoon and evening unable to work with all the horrible symptoms that I loath, such as severe fatigue, bad headache, gut pain, and cramping, painful feet.

Note I ate even more wild grown leafy green vegetables today than prior days. But I didn't drink any raw grass-fed goat's milk today, because my liter sample was depleted the prior night.

So tomorrow I am ready to purchase 11 liters and we will see if the raw goat's milk is indeed the excelsior. It might just be a cycle I go through after hard exercise. Again there are many variables to isolate and correlate, so it is too early to jump to conclusions. I will just say I felt really, really good after drinking the goat's milk, so it will be interesting to see what result I get tomorrow.

I need to sleep now and wake up 5am to arrive by 7am at the distant farm for the milking time.

I remember my wife was advised to do elimination testing for gastritis / fodmaps a while back, perhaps it may isolate the problem? ie, Maintain the diet for a period. If its OK, add the milk on top for a period. If OK, add low intensity exercise, If OK go back to high intensity. She was OK with some foods, not OK with others on the charts of what typically affects stomach lining. She found it very hard to do it for weeks on end but eventually the symptoms subsided.
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Y'know, I think my biggest fear is of me harboring some unknown parasite in my digestive tract.
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http://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2015/10/05/perth-engineer-claims-huge-climate-change-discovery/
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I admitted that vegan diet probably has benefits and even that for heart disease might be critical.

I think you are absolutely correct about that.

I just have to tell you frankly, because I tried to be nice but then I was being called dumb.

I think you are too sensitive and you can't handle when someone has a different opinion than yours. You are calling people retard, dumb, etc. and insulting people with all kind of uncivil remarks in this forum all the time. Your posts are full of uncivil personal insults - in the meantime you are so sensitive to any opinion which disagree with you. Which is more important, I certainly not called you dumb, not even implied that - quite the opposite, I made a compliment virtually in every second post that you are the smartest person on this forum. You became very upset, because I was dare to express my opinion about the benefits of plant based diet, and that I subscribed to the calcium deficit theory with regards to milk.

No you told me that raw milk was very bad

I wrote above, that I am talking about supermarket diary products that is accessible to 99.999% of population, which raw milk is not such widely available product. I have no specific opinion on raw milk (except that logic dictates that it must be a bit better than pasteurized milk, in the meantime according to many scientists the bacteria in raw milk is a risk). I was talking generally about diary products and the government propaganda of diary products.
Milk is a separate food group on the food chart and that info is pushed to billions of people as a guideline for nutritions. That's what government teaches in school and even in kindergarten. It is a separate food group because it has calcium and some protein. It is same as the pumpkin seed would be a separate food group just because it is rich in magnesium.
Since large corporations - that control the FDA and European food authorities - have a vast interest in diary products, the propaganda pushes diary products to the masses. Even you admitted that the industrial diary products are not so good. I said several times that I am not worried about raw milk, I am talking about diary products which is accessible by 99.999% of the population, so I am not sure why so upset about that raw milk topic.

No hard feeling from my part as well, it was a very good discussion and I leave it with this.

Typical Westerner can't admit when he is wrong and tries to change what he wrote after the fact. Sigh. An apology would have been more appropriate.

I have tried to be fair and meet you half-way but that isn't acceptable to you.

 <--- I suspect you are a baby boomer and went through this religious phase as well

I'll replay the history of our discussion so you can be more clear.

Wow raw goat's milk fresh (warm) from the goat's nipple to my glass jar in the ice filled ice chest!

You replied:

You are probably the smartest person by far here, you obviously know a lot, but this is the second time I have to correct you on a popular misconception about foods (the beneficial effects of olive oil was the first).

Milk actually reduces calcium in your bones. Similarly to all animal proteins, milk acidifies the body pH level, which then triggers a biological correction...

I wrote unequivocally that I was drinking raw milk, and you replied that I was dumb.

You've demonstrated several times up thread that you have very lax reading comprehension. That doesn't make it my fault.

On top of that, your entire unscientific claim about milk was proven to be bullshit and nonsense.

You later tried to claim you were only talking about supermarket milk, but the fact is I made it very clear the milk I was talking about.

Again an apology is more appropriate, but you are not man enough for that. Instead you go on attacking me trying to convince yourself that I was the one who was fault. Does it help you to live in delusion?

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  • And if M.S. is not gut dysbiosis then why is it being cured with antibiotics! I even noticed my M.S. symptoms go away when I am on antibiotics, but I have not dared that 8 week doxycycline that Dr. Paul is advocating because I am concerned that it might worsen my gut dysbiosis by killing off good bacteria also. But heck that is another thing to try if all else fails.

I went into severe all-water diarrhea, fever, borderline delirious, intermittent acute pain, and bed ridden over the past 24 hours and the gut pains were starting to mimic the pain of the acute peptic ulcer that had me in ER and ICU in May, 2012. So I decided it was too risky and I had better start antibiotic treatment immediately. Delaying antibiotic treatment last time is apparently what allowed the h.pylori bacteria to further proliferate and the ulcer to burst open leaking acid into my body cavity. Given how horrendously painful and near death event that was, I didn't want to risk it.

I decided to look more into the theory linked in the above quote.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/1531-8249(199907)46:1%3C6::AID-ANA4%3E3.0.CO;2-M/abstract

Quote from: Annals of Neurology > Vol 46 Issue 1
Chlamydia pneumoniae infection of the central nervous system in multiple sclerosis

Abstract
Our identification of Chlamydia pneumoniae in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of a patient with multiple sclerosis (MS) led us to examine the incidence of this organism in the CSF from 17 patients with relapsing–remitting MS, 20 patients with progressive MS, and 27 patients with other neurological diseases (OND). CSF samples were examined for C pneumoniae by culture, polymerase chain reaction assays, and CSF immunoglobulin (Ig) reactivity with C pneumoniae elementary body antigens. C pneumoniae was isolated from CSF in 64% of MS patients versus 11% of OND controls. Polymerase chain reaction assays demonstrated the presence of C pneumoniae MOMP gene in the CSF of 97% of MS patients versus 18% of OND controls. Finally, 86% of MS patients had increased CSF antibodies to C pneumoniae elementary body antigens as shown by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay absorbance values that were 3 SD greater than those seen in OND controls. The specificity of this antibody response was confirmed by western blot assays of the CSF, using elementary body antigens. Moreover, CSF isoelectric focusing followed by western blot assays revealed cationic antibodies against C pneumoniae. Infection of the central nervous system with C pneumoniae is a frequent occurrence in MS patients. Although the organism could represent the pathogenetic agent of MS, it may simply represent a secondary infection of damaged central nervous system tissue. A therapeutic trial directed at eliminating C pneumoniae from the central nervous system may provide additional information on its role in MS. Ann Neurol 1999;46:6–14

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlamydophila_pneumoniae

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and in vitro testing suggest infection with C. pneumoniae is a significant risk factor for development of atherosclerotic plaques due to the fact that it causes chronic shortages of micro-nutrients such as Magnesium, Vitamin D, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin B12, Vitamin K1 and Vitamin K2. C. pneumoniae infection increases adherence of macrophages to endothelial cells in vitro and aortas ex vivo.

C. pneumoniae has also been found in the cerebrospinal fluid of patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.


http://www.davidwheldon.co.uk/ms-treatment1.html

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Then the problem of treating a chronic infection with C. pneumoniae had to be solved. Many medical microbiologists working in the field believe that this infection cannot be adequately treated. Using the Internet I quickly found a US patent taken out by two Vanderbilt doctors, Mitchell WM and Stratton, CW to record the intellectual priority of their discovery: [http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6884784.html]. Using the information in this patent as a basis for treatment I recommended the following oral antichlamydial regimen:

doxycycline 200mg once daily
roxithromycin 300mg once daily (azithromycin 250mg three days a week is an alternative.)
Short courses of metronidazole will later be added to this regimen.

We started the doxycycline first, as it was immediately available. The results were astonishing. For five days Sarah suffered a worsening of her symptoms; this was accompanied by a flu-like illness, with headache round the eyes, pains in the large joints (hips and shoulders) and night-sweats. This is a typical Herxheimer-like reaction; it is caused when a large bacterial load is broken up by antibiotics or other agents. After five days she lost the mental fog: indeed, she said she felt mentally clearer than for two years. The roxithromycin was added three weeks later, when it became available.

This information has been made available at Sarah's request. It has to be said that, despite all the research which has been published in the scientific literature, the existence — let alone the therapeutics — of chronic infection with C. pneumoniae is barely understood by the medical community.

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A schedule of treatment.

This is one schedule that strikes all stages of the organism's life-cycle. Other equally good schedules are
possible. It is important that a committed care-giver (for instance, spouse, partner or parent) should ensure that
medication is given, and swallowed, consistently.)

Doxycycline 100mg orally once daily is taken with plenty of water.
When this is well tolerated, Azithromycin 250mg orally, three times a week should be added.
(Roxithromycin, 150mg twice daily, is an alternative.)

When all this is well tolerated, the dose of Doxycycline is increased to 200mg daily.

The reason for this slow, step-wise introduction of antichlamydials is to minimize any reactions caused by
bacterial die-off. These can be unpleasant. NOTE: in rapidly progressive MS it may be prudent to offset the
benefits of stopping progression against the risk of reactions, giving full doses of azithromycin and doxicycline
from the beginning.

This combination is taken continuously.

Two or three months into the treatment regimen three-weekly cycles of intermittent oral Metronidazole are
added. During the first cycle metronidazole is given only for the first day. When metronidazole is well tolerated
the period of administration in each cycle is increased to five days. There is no reason for the intermittent use of
metronidazole other than acceptability: if someone undergoing treatment is able to take longer cycles of
metronidazole then it seems reasonable that they should do so.

The dosage of metronidazole is 400mg three times a day. If it is suspected that a patient may have a heavy
chlamydial load a smaller daily dose may be given initially.

N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) 600mg daily - 1,200mg twice a day, should be taken continuously. This is a
commonly-taken dietary supplement, available at health-food stores. It is an acetylated sulphur-containing
amino-acid, and may be expected to cause chlamydial EBs to open prematurely, killing them. NAC should be
started at the lower dose of 600mg daily; the dose should be doubled when well-tolerated. NAC offers liver
protection; this may be useful, as rapid bacterial die-off may compromise hepatic function. If NAC produces
unpleasant reactions, its administration may be delayed until antibiotics are well tolerated. Doxycycline and
azithromycin may be expected to slowly deplete the chlamydial EB load by destroying them as they enter host
cells.

The period of continuous treatment needs to be of the order of a year. This is very important, as the organisms
are extremely difficult to remove from certain cell-types. The recommendations for acute infection (typically 2
- 6 weeks monotherapy with doxycycline or a macrolide) are totally insufficient. The organism is not killed by
such treatment, but is instead driven deeper into a persistent state. This is recognised but not widely
appreciated. [See: Woessner R, Grauer MT, Frese A et al., Long-term Antibiotic Treatment with
Roxithromycin in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Infection. 2006; 34(6): 342-4.] Roxithromycin alone for
three 6-week periods did not help these patients; this outcome was predictable. The difficulties of treating
persistent chlamydial infections with traditional antimicrobial schedules are ably discussed by Villareal and coauthors
[Villareal C, Whittum-Hudson JA, Hudson AP. Persistent Chlamydiae and chronic arthritis. Arthritis
Res. 2002;4(1):5-9.] Effective treatment needs to be addressed to all stages of the organism's life-cycle.
The eventual aim is to give all three agents intermittently so that there is some respite from antibiotics. This, the
final leg of treatment, may entail a 14 day course of doxycycline and roxithromycin, with a five day course of
metronidazole in the middle. This course is given once a month. After several months the intervals between the
antibiotics may be cautiously extended. Rifampicin is not suitable for intermittent use, and azithromycin may
be given instead.


I've read that Chlamydia pneumoniae can be asymptomatic and rather the symptoms of a chronic infection with it can manifest as autoimmune diseases.

My ex had persistent asthma, her brother persistent bronchitis, and I was living in a squalor  area in the Philippines in the 1990s and at that time nearly every filipino had a persistent cough, because the economy was so bad and people were in such poor health.

I have observed that my body is so sensitive. It doesn't seem to matter what I do with diet, I can't reach a level of homeostasis with good health.

I have long thought it was some infectious agent that is the source of my chronic illness. Originally I suspected a high strain HPV infection which my ex gave me in May 2006. So I had taken a lot of AHCC in 2013 and 2014.

Recently I had been thinking the antibiotics I took over the years had put my gut into a state of dysbiosys that couldn't be rectified any more with antibiotics (e.g. Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis).

But it is also possible that some infectious agent is driving the dysbiosys.

I note that after I recovered from the strong antibiotics used to treat the h.pylori and acute peptic ulcer, and after supplementing with high dose vitamin D3, then for about a month in Sept/Oct 2013, I seemed to be back to normal. But then the chronic illness returned and by Nov/Dec, I was in severe chronic fatigue again and my lymphocytes were measured to be very high.

I will try to find out today if the Chlamydia pneumoniae PCR test is available in Philippines. I doubt it.

So I've made a decision to experiment with antibiotics again. I was needing a course of antibiotics any way to deal with the severe episode of gastroenteritis, so I might as well continue the therapy. It would be much better if I could confirm the existence of the pathogen, because the therapy calls for up to a year of treatment. Again I doubt it will be possible to find the accurate PCR test here.

Also my olfactory sense is really sensitive again, same as it was in May 2012 when I took the antibiotics. Every kind of cooking food smells horrible to me.

Also I note that two weeks ago I had mentioned that I had a fever and bronchitis like cough deep in my lungs. So that is another shard of evidence that might implicate a Chlamydia pneumoniae pathogen.

I was wondering why I would get a deep lung cough when working on gut dysbiosys and diet, considering that I had not been around many other people and mostly always in the house or exercising alone. That event caused me to again suspect a chronic infectious agent other than just gut dysbiosys.


http://patents.com/us-6884784.html

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Diagnosis and management of infection caused by chlamydia

Abstract
The present invention provides a unique approach for the diagnosis and management of infections by Chlamydia species, particularly C. pneumoniae. The invention is based, in part, upon the discovery that a combination of agents directed toward the various stages of the chlamydial life cycle is effective in substantially reducing infection. Products comprising combination of antichlamydial agents, novel compositions and pharmaceutical packs are also described.
Inventors:   Mitchell; William M. (Nashville, TN), Stratton; Charles W. (Nashville, TN)
Assignee:   Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)
Appl. No.:   10/100,759
Filed:   March 19, 2002

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The Corker Bill may be the precedent to subvert the required two-thirds majority of the Senate to ratify treaties, such as the UN plan to confiscate guns in the USA:

http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/08/25/thanks-to-congress-the-un-plot-to-confiscate-american-guns-took-a-giant-step-forward/

If I understand correctly, the Corker Bill requires a two-thirds majority of the Congress (House and Senate) to stop an Iran treaty from being law. They have turned the Constitution on its head.

This is absolute treason.

Thus I am getting a picture of shooting war in the USA between the government and the gun rights diehards. This would support Armstrong's model that predicts the break up of the USA. I just can't see Texans giving up their guns.

I know there are many patriots in the USA who have known this battle is coming. I wonder how many are prepared to fight to the death?

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I couldn't tell you how many would fight to the death for their gun rights.  I don't think you would need very many millions though.  If I had to guess that were there to be a Gun Grab, that after about 100 LEOs shot dead would be enough to stop the cops from trying to enforce that...

Correct re Texas and guns.  No way the TPTB will get those guns.  Texas would leave first.

I do not know what Corker's problem is, know very little about him.  He must be a "RINO", else a wolf in sheep's clothing.
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I think if anyone dares to try and disarm American civilians it will be foreign soldiers.
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Being an outsider, but having consumed a lot of US media, it seems to me gun confiscation would have to be incremental, assuming that it is even possible to begin with. There are apparently approx 320 million firearms in the US? That is a lot of f*cking guns. And confiscation just means that they will be buried.

Guns being illegal even in prohibitionist Europe, where I live doesn't stop AK47s being used in Amsterdam:

http://www.pipelinenews.org/2013/jun/03/moroccan-criminal-gangs-in-holland-belgium-heavily.html
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At the end 2012, four Moroccan drug criminals in Amsterdam’s “Staatsliedenbuurt” who were driving  a black Range Rover were targeted by other criminals who aimed their AK-47 machine guns at them. Two criminals managed to escape, the other two ­ – the nephews Said el Yazidi and Youssef Lekhorf, were killed. The killers did not even hesitate to shoot at the motorized police when they (the police) followed their stolen car.

Cocaine is big money here still, the use of it is so common the only reason I can think of that it is not regulated/legalised is because the surrounding countries would lose their shit.

And with 3d printing technology, I think as it advances further it will really be game over for gun control.

I think if anyone dares to try and disarm American civilians it will be foreign soldiers.

What foreign army would willingly walk into a country armed to the teeth? It would be a bloodbath.




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Yeah, I agree it would be a bloodbath (if) anyone tried to disarm the less pussified regions, so I agree that the U.S will break apart eventually.

Assuming the United Nations etc, succeeds with it's fruity agendas, who knows what they would try in order to eliminate "radicals"

It could end up a mess like Syria.

I just can't imagine Trump would try it, Hellary probably would.
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Yeah, I agree it would be a bloodbath (if) anyone tried to disarm the less pussified regions, so I agree that the U.S will break apart eventually.

Assuming the United Nations etc, succeeds with it's fruity agendas, who knows what they would try in order to eliminate "radicals"

It could end up a mess like Syria.

I just can't imagine Trump would try it, Hellary probably would.

Syria is a geopolitic clusterfuck, don't think the US will get there but I wouldn't bet against secession of a Texas or somewhere in an extreme.

If it came down to it, I'd say most people would bow down and hand over their weapons (the less pussified). Maybe they'll be given some kind of widget as a reward, you know, for incentive & justification.

Of the big talker holdouts, most would give up if it were the US military doing the taking.

Of the true believers, there'd certainly be many pockets of resistance; the US is too wide, open, nationalistic & steeped in entrepreneurial opportunism to not develop a thriving black market / rebel movement. But could they be meaningful in size and authority?

I think the constitutional reasoning of guns against government tyranny has been passed over by a generation of greed, corporatism, wars on drugs and with a coating of media flavoured propaganda. I mean, there has been plenty of things that fit the bill from the calamity of the 08 crisis to all consuming electronic surveillance. It really shows how malleable the public is with all the economic & military horrors enacted in their name and still no 'tyranny'? Pretty obvious to me the US has a problem with violence; not a big surprise for an empire of perpetual war, combined with a society perpetually medicated (for profit) and perpetually propagandised (legally).

The rest of the world does not have these problems on such a scale. But, I will say all this with one caveat - most of the western world lives in relative peace (despite being continually at war), but if our 'system' ever completely implodes maybe the reptilian brain within us all will again take over.





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Lebron James came out this week calling for a gun ban. There are many people in the USA who would prefer a gun ban.

It is only in certain rural areas where the gun rights activists are strong.

It was very easy to confiscate guns in Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. I went to my hometown after Katrina and confirmed that the confiscation was not in every home in Metairie.

The circumstantial evidence that Robert Edward "Ted" Turner (owner of CNN) is the "Robert C. Christian" who commissioned the Georgia Guidestones is some what convincing:

https://youtu.be/tz7KrTONr8U?t=420

The point of the above linked evidence is Turner took on the attitude that humans were a scourge that need to be lead and must get out of the way. Turner's father committed suicide and he was expelled from university.

The circumstantial evidence gets more shocking, when it is shown that the Denver airport, Georgia Guidestones, and the Great Pyramids in Egypt align to form a Christian pentagram (as opposed to the occult hexagram that is misassociated with Jews[1]) that covers the USA:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9DnOKwReak

Remember both the Georgia Guidestones and especially the eerie murals (and statues of satan) at the Denver airport depict a coming holocaust.

http://thechive.com/2012/03/08/something-is-rotten-in-the-denver-airport-25-photos/








[1]http://www.despatch.cth.com.au/Despatch/Jews02.htm
https://www.stormfront.org/forum/showthread.php?p=568151&postcount=6&s=362ccac634463ec684ddb0e1fc563887




What I am taking from this is that Satanists did not realize they had created a pentagram. Thus God has shown they will fail.

In Revelation, the Bible speaks about the Beast being wounded.

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Lebron James came out this week calling for a gun ban. There are many people in the USA who would prefer a gun ban.

It is only in certain rural areas where the gun rights activists are strong.

It was very easy to confiscate guns in Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. I went to my hometown after Katrina and confirmed that the confiscation was not in every home in Metairie.

The circumstantial evidence that Robert Edward "Ted" Turner (owner of CNN) is the "Robert C. Christian" who commissioned the Georgia Guidestones is some what convincing:

https://youtu.be/tz7KrTONr8U?t=420

The point of the above linked evidence is Turner took on the attitude that humans were a scourge that need to be lead and must get out of the way. Turner's father committed suicide and he was expelled from university.

The circumstantial evidence gets more shocking, when it is shown that the Denver airport, Georgia Guidestones, and the Great Pyramids in Egypt align to form a Christian pentagram (as opposed to the occult hexagram that is misassociated with Jews[1]) that covers the USA:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9DnOKwReak

Remember both the Georgia Guidestones and especially the eerie murals (and statues of satan) at the Denver airport depict a coming holocaust.

http://thechive.com/2012/03/08/something-is-rotten-in-the-denver-airport-25-photos/








[1]http://www.despatch.cth.com.au/Despatch/Jews02.htm
https://www.stormfront.org/forum/showthread.php?p=568151&postcount=6&s=362ccac634463ec684ddb0e1fc563887




What I am taking from this is that Satanists did not realize they had created a pentagram. Thus God has shown they will fail.

In Revelation, the Bible speaks about the Beast being wounded.

OMG. Not this again. The murals at the Denver airport depict a unification against Russia--notice no Russian kid in the peaceful flag waving ceremony and the scimitar in the hands of the gas masked boogie man, and when did a gargoyle mean Satan? As for the pentagram, if you mash together enough landmarks you'll get a pentagram. There's probably dozens upon dozens the tin foil hat brigade missed since they stopped at the first (most convenient) one.

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Extending from my prior post up thread, the theme in the Bible has always been about how man wants to be greater than God. For example, review 1 Samuel 8.

http://www.despatch.cth.com.au/Despatch/Jews02.htm

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HERE IS A SUMMARY OF information on the HEXAGRAM, or six-pointed star and elements which bear relationship to our subject...

  • The star was mentioned and condemned by the God of Israel in Amos 5:26 and it was called by Him, `the star of your god, Moloch' or otherwise called `Chiun'. Reference to Amos 5:26 and the Israelites having it in the wilderness was also made in Acts 7:43. Here it was called the Star of Remphan. All these names refer to the `god' Saturn.
  • The foregoing verifies that it was therefore in existence long before the time of Solomon. He took this symbol upon himself when he went into idolatry, and it became known as the `Seal of Solomon' in Arabic magic and witchcraft.
  • There was no usage of it in Jewish circles until the 17th century when the cabalist, Isaac Luria, introduced it in Germany.
  • Mayer Amschel Bauer then used it in Germany to identify his address, consequently changing his family name to Rothschild, meaning `Red Shield', and depicting the red hexagram hanging on his door. He later incorporated it into his family coat of arms.
  • The six-pointed star or hexagram became the insignia of Zionism.
  • Hitler rose to power, using it as a badge of shame, forcing all Jews to wear it during the Nazi regime.
  • It arrived at the Knesset of the newly formed State of Israel.
  • It became the logo of the Jewish `Red Cross' called the Magen David Adom.
  • It became the centerpiece on the flag of Israel.
  • Surreptitiously, it has become the international symbol of the Jewish people and saturates the world as the Jewish Star.

The Rothschild and the other banksters hijacked the Jewish namesake to promote Zionism.

For example, Prescott Bush (father of former POTUS Bush) who via Union Bank financed Hilter's concentration camps.

Hilter was worshiped as a God. Yet again man's humanist desire to be greater than God and nature. Another Tower of Babel.

These banksters have become emboldened by their power, but remember the Bible says Satan is allowed to run amok until the time comes.

Humans are so easily fooled because they lack reading comprehension and critical thinking skills. Let's review the true meaning of the phrases in the Georgia Guidestones.

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Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

Given a world population of roughly 7 billion, the above sentence means a holocaust exterminating 13 of every 14 people on earth. The above phrase sounds so upstanding, and most people won't even bother to calculate its true meaning.

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Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.

We know for a fact that if reproduction (evolution) is top-down managed then fitness and diversity will collapse. The above statement is a lie about the benefits of State controlled reproduction.

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Unite humanity with a living new language.

First order of business will be to make certain words illegal in the new language, such as "love", "passion", "faith", and "tradition". The point here is to eliminate local diversity and have language dictated from a top-down, world order.

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Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.

Whose reason? The entire point of diversity is that passion, faith, and local tradition will vary and have different perspectives and reasons.

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Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

This implies there is something unfair and unjust about the existing system of local laws and courts. And that a unified, top-down control would be more fair and just. This is the writing of insane people.

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Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

The world court is supreme. This means local laws and rule is subjugated and thus becomes merely a copy of what it is spanked by the world court.

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Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

Avoid local laws, local officials, and local tradition. Subjugate everything to the top-down control of the banksters.

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Balance personal rights with social duties.

Your personal rights are subjugated to your duty to serve the world bankers and their determination of social duties.

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Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.

Whose truth, beauty, and love? Who will decide and decide what is harmonious and what is not? Again the implication is there will be a top-down, superior authority.

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Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

Humans are a cancer that need to be controlled by a superior reason, i.e. God was imperfect and did not create a self-correcting system of diversity, therefor we banksters have been given the power to correct God's mistakes and Satan is glorious and is the light.

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Pretty obvious to me the US has a problem with violence; not a big surprise for an empire of perpetual war, combined with a society perpetually medicated (for profit) and perpetually propagandised (legally).

The rest of the world does not have these problems on such a scale. But, I will say all this with one caveat - most of the western world lives in relative peace (despite being continually at war), but if our 'system' ever completely implodes maybe the reptilian brain within us all will again take over.

Why do you Europeans all have this myopia about the USA? Because you've been fed this propaganda by your European masters. You follow like a good slave to disarmament and thus you will experience another holocaust. All 17 of the prior holocausts have been preceded by disarming the citizens.

Did you forget the 1 million Jews you Europeans exterminated in a few short years. How about the Inquisition holocaust and tortures.

You've had a period of "peace" because you bought off everyone with humanism (man is greater than God) and debt socialism. So you all were too busy promoting women to have sex with each other, promoting the death of God, while simultaneously increasingly your religious devotion to humanism.

Now comes the reality and the pay back... Stay tuned for your education...

Edit: the USA has been so infiltrated by drugs, broken families, and other dysfunction, that indeed there are ample nutcases to do mass shootings. But if the people were armed, these mass shooters would be dead long before attaining the fame they desire. And this would probably put a damper on it. You certainly don't see mass shootings at ranches in Texas, because you would only have dead psychopaths as a result. As the muslims start shooting more and more in Europe, you will understand. The shootings are occurring exactly where they should, amongst those idiots who have disarmed themselves. And their reaction will be to further disarm themselves, thus making their problem even worse.

Humans are so damn stupid. I just can't fathom how people can be content with being so ignorant.

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OMG. Not this again. The murals at the Denver airport depict a unification against Russia--notice no Russian kid in the peaceful flag waving ceremony and the scimitar in the hands of the gas masked boogie man, and when did a gargoyle mean Satan? As for the pentagram, if you mash together enough landmarks you'll get a pentagram. There's probably dozens upon dozens the tin foil hat brigade missed since they stopped at the first (most convenient) one.

You will pull illogic from the bowels of your religious devotion to debunking anything that would lead any credence to faith. Yet you don't look in the mirror at your own religious faith in doing so.

All I can say is continue on to your destiny. You won't have to wait long.

The banksters worship the Great Pyramids because they both believe they are a superior race that comes from alien visits, they also view these great structures as Kings triumph over God. Obviously the Denver airport and Georgia Guidestones are the only 2 significant landmarks constructed in the USA by the ruling elite to tell us their plans.

And it is so ironic that the locations happen to form a star over the USA that are symbolic of Jesus Christ's 5 wounds (hands, feet, and forehead).

Even Robert C Christian did not plan to build the Georgia Guidestones at the location they were built. The location was suggested to him by a christian.

Edit: why the hell would you take images of global death and destruction with a subsequent peace where there is a woman holding the hexagram star wrapped around the blades of war, and pigeon hole that to some obscure interpretation about Russia. Because you want to fit the facts to your confirmation bias. You don't go with the common sense interpretation.

Edit#2: everything that conflicts with your hate of God is tinfoil conspiracy, yet you take what is a common sense imagery depicting death and destruction and form some tinfoil conspiracy involving Russia. Where is your consistency in logic?

Edit#3: who had the incentive to do this? Even the runways form a Nazi swastika:

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Denver_Airport_conspiracy_theories

Edit#4: http://www.crystalinks.com/gargoyles.html

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Often gargoyles were used to assist the Church in conveying messages to the common people. Due to literacy being uncommon, images were the best way to constantly convey ideas. Gargoyles were used as a representation of evil. It is thought that they were used to scare people into coming to church, reminding them that the end of days is near. It is also thought that their presence assured congregants that evil is kept outside of the churchÕs walls. However, some medieval clergy viewed gargoyles as a form of idolatry.

Gargoyles represent evil. They are also symbolic of the human weaknesses of idolatry and inability to fear evil.

Why are there so many gargoyles in Europe and so few in the USA. Hmmm.

The first time I saw a gargoyle as child, I inherently knew it was evil. And I wasn't seeing them regularly on my church or other buildings.

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OMG. Not this again. The murals at the Denver airport depict a unification against Russia--notice no Russian kid in the peaceful flag waving ceremony and the scimitar in the hands of the gas masked boogie man, and when did a gargoyle mean Satan? As for the pentagram, if you mash together enough landmarks you'll get a pentagram. There's probably dozens upon dozens the tin foil hat brigade missed since they stopped at the first (most convenient) one.
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Can you go to Vigilant Citizen site. Here http://vigilantcitizen.com/category/pics-of-the-month/

Then check out this section. As many months and pictures as you can.

Then make your own conclusions. What I can say there for sure that there is a giant agreement among many people to promote "something". You fill in the blanks what something means. You can read all the articles if you like. I can also say for certain they are promoting a lifestyle and everyone can also say for sure that they are being paid a handsome amount of money to do it. And I can also see that what they are doing is rotten. After that come back here and update your view.
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