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Wed, Dec 20, 2017 - 5:31pm
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and then theres this......

EXPOSED: Staging Ground For "Olympia" "DuPont" Seattle Amtrak illuminati Death Ritual Derailment
Wed, Dec 20, 2017 - 5:56pm (Reply to #18120)
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@ G.L.

There seems to be a least two ways to success in this left state. Beat them or join them, swim in the streams of everything for free or pay the full tax load and work your entire family to the point of sickness and frustration, or just get my old daydream job:

https://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/Funny_cecb6d_670362.jpg

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You ask:

Would you include any politician that uses tax payer money to train militants in Syria?

I am very tired of wars. Our family has been on the front lines, many times and enough is enough. Vietnam still makes me sick within. Dead young men by the multiple thousands, old men from that era still in therapy, missing legs and arms and their wives who have left them long ago. And now, we are trading partners with Vietnam, Germany, Japan, etc., one big happy family for those who still live. Grandpa shot in France, brother was POW in the Philippines, brother was gunner on a battleship in the Pacific and mom and dad building battleships in Puget Sound in the '40's. So, you ask about taxpayers funds for Syria?

When the era of political correctness jumped into our culture, having our mouths taped shut by the laws of men of zero morals, devoid of common sense, changers of a free man into a slave of laws and governments, feeling like fascism to me, we were rendered as citizens of a fallen nation. The best thing that Mr. Trump has done is to show what a lack of political correctness that he has and we can hope to come to a place, where we can call a pervert a pervert, a degenerate a degenerate, and even a reprobate a reprobate. These people actually think that they are normal and accepted by the nation as wholesome citizens.

Nope, I will never be governor but I will retain my views of evil. Jim

NW VIEW >>>1 Cor. 1:18
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Wed, Dec 20, 2017 - 10:18pm (Reply to #18124)
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Ruffian wrote: I believe

Ruffian wrote:

I believe these are black op domestic terrorist attacks to conceal and cover up.

Conceal and cover up? What? Don't have to be too specific.

We're pretty good at the "something doesn't seem right" but struggle with the motivation.

I'll look to see what happened with that company today. Thanks.

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Wed, Dec 20, 2017 - 11:13pm
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Ruffian,  Chinese technology

Ruffian,

Chinese technology company and other buying and selling of IT companies.

God, their CEO Jim Simmons is about 1.5 billion richer than Ray Dalio and I think the latter is up to something with all his PR on his book lately. Rumor has it. Not a very good book browsing through it.

I agree Antifa doesn't work for me. Can't put everything off on George Soro's.

But I was watching Long Island Commuter Rail going over bridges today at I'd say 55-60. Not good at estimating speed. I can't imagine what would happen at that speed to derail on a bridge over a city street. NOT GOOD.

I read some woman was locked inthe bathroom when the train derailed. Nothing happened to her other than the door got locked.

It all looks bad but not one witness? No passenger to confirm slow speed???

Here's a train test crash at 100mph

Spectacular 100mph Train Crash
Wed, Dec 20, 2017 - 11:16pm
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How to derail a train

How to derail a train

How to Derail a Train | Jason Asselin

I wasn't as naughty as Ruffian. All we did was take a metal bar and lay it across the tracks to get the lights blinking and the gates down to stop traffic and then we'd run away. Only did it a couple of times. I think we left the bar down because we were scared we were going to get in trouble so we ran.

I think it's now a contest between Jim and Ruffian between most heinous childhood acts. Although, I am still praying for forgiveness for a stupid childhood prank. devil

Thu, Dec 21, 2017 - 1:02am (Reply to #18129)
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Re Ruffian...

Ruffian,

I think a lot of your analysis has been dead on accurate.

That was a Jim Stone article that I posted, in fact I've posted a lot of things that I don't agree with all of the particular point on.

I think his analysis of sabotage, an intentional derailment, and a false narrative was excellent. He screwed up on the "whodunit" part.

I completely agree this was not Antifa, you should know I hold our Government completely and totally responsible.

Just like Jews have factions, so does the US government. But until someone in the US government actually does something that benefits us, they are all on my shit list for now.

I really got interested in this little choo-choo train incident because it was in Jim's backyard, and it was easy to demonstrate the official narrative is total bullshit.

You may very well have a better criminal mind than I do, I've only got my mother as an example, and have spent the vast majority of my life trying to be the exact opposite of her, since I recognized as a child she was pure unadulterated evil.

I've always stated that the criminal element needs to be considered in the analysis of any story, I try to apply such thinking towards most of what happens these days. Occasionally, I miss a few things, but I am a fast learner.

As far as "why”, abguy4 comes closest, they are still trying to defend the petrodollar, and their god damn printing press.

Anyone who interferes with petroleum profits will be murdered, and there is no amount of unacceptable collateral damage.

I'm sure there's other reasons, sometimes, just terrorizing people for the sake of terrorizing people has its own benefits to these Satanic pieces of shit.

I walk a tight rope between a goal of spiritual enlightenment, and truly understanding the enemies of humanity.

Sometimes, it seems like such goals are mutually exclusive, as it's easy for one to derail the other.

But I am in this for the long haul in this war against humanity, and I am grateful you are on the same side as I.

Hope you're having fun down under, focusing on too many world events at once can it be a bit overwhelming, so I take it in smaller chunks when I need to.

I don't analyze every false flag, there's just too damn many of them these days.

But a good old fashion train wreck in Jim's backyard does get my attention.

I'll be moving on to a somewhat larger picture now.

In my spare time, I tend to view things on a much more cosmic scale.

Hey, there's always Luke. He seems to have a pretty good handle on things.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g2o0xftpy8 angel

Sweet dreams.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Thu, Dec 21, 2017 - 1:38am
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#8 wire Ruff

Used to be plentiful on farms - fencing wire. As a consequence of isolation, no $$ and ingenuity it used to be used to fix all manner of tools & equipment on the farm. Like if the only tool you have is a hammer - everything looks like a nail. Not exactly first class engineering blush

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Email I received this morning

Hi Tom,

The longest night. The shortest day. Winter solstice is a sacred time to express our gratitude to the yellow dwarf star at the center of our solar system—the sun. Without it, life could not exist.

It has been celebrated by our ancestors for centuries. From Scandinavian Norsemen, we gain the tradition of Yule. Egyptians celebrated the return of Ra, god of the sun, and similarly, ancient Greeks held a festival called Lenaea. The Roman Empire held Saturnalia celebrations, the Druids celebrated at Stonehenge, and similar festivities took place at other ancient sites such as the Cerro del Gentil pyramid in Peru.

The actual solstice doesn’t last an entire day—it’s a specific moment in time. Today at 16:28 UTC, to be exact—when the sun is directly over the Tropic of Capricorn. At this moment, the bright orb in the sky seems to stand still and then reverses its direction.

This is a time of great power, marking the return of light.

A DIY Winter Solstice Ceremony

The solstice is the perfect opportunity to let go of the past and begin creating your new future. All of those old resentments, heartaches, blocked energy, unhealthy patterns, ineffectual habits—bring them with you into the fire ceremony we've outlined below. This ritual is a way to shine light on those shadows and free your spirit.

Are you ready?

1. Create a sacred space this evening. This could be in your own living room. Although it’s already dark, dim the lights even more. Perhaps use only candlelight.

2. Consider adding a crystal to your space.

• Smoky quartz helps release old patterns and beliefs.

• Aquamarine helps you move past anger, fear, and unhealthy emotional patterns.

• Rutilated quartz reaches the root of your problems and helps facilitate healthy change and calls in divine protection.

• Citrine helps you get out of stuck patterns from the past and get into the present joyful flow of life.

3. Use essential oils as both an offering and as a symbol of releasing.

• Frankincense: for prayer and meditation, and to promote spiritual awareness.

• Cedarwood: for wisdom and discernment.

• Bergamot: for letting go of anxiety and fear.

• Jasmine: for letting go of stress.

• Rosewood: for letting go of grief and sadness.

• Ylang-ylang: for letting go of fear and courageously embracing your new future.

4. On small pieces of paper, write down key words that represent the limiting beliefs and patterns you would like to rid yourself of. Each belief should get its own scrap of paper—ideally you should feel an emotional charge to each one as you mark it down.

Important: There is an alchemy to this process and the power of the experience will be heightened if you can fully give yourself over to the notion that these words are in fact a physical anchor for a nonphysical inner shadow that is holding you back.

5. When you are finished, take a few deep meditative breaths, empty your mind, and read through each of the words one final time, letting their meaning wash over you.

6. Pick up the first piece of paper. Staring at the words written on it, say aloud “I choose to release you now.” Then, using a lit candle or lighter, ignite a corner of the paper and let it burn in a heat-safe dish, or better yet—a fireplace.

7. As paper and ink turn to smoke and ash, let the symbolism of this act work its way into your subconscious and dissolve the corresponding belief or pattern within you.

8. Repeat this process until all words on paper have turned to ash.

9. Close your eyes and meditate for a moment on all of the lessons you learned about yourself while igniting those pieces of paper. Often times, letting go of what does not serve us leaves a free hand to reach for something vibrant and fulfilling in our lives.

As you close your meditation and ceremony, and as we close this message, we offer this prayer.

Hopi Sun Prayer

You who are the source of all power,

Your rays illuminate the whole world,

Illuminate our hearts also,

So we too may do your work.

Wishing you light, love, and many blessings this holiday season, from your friends at The Sacred Science.

Stay curious,

Nick Polizzi

Founder, The Sacred Science

Thu, Dec 21, 2017 - 11:51am
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With the $8.32 cents per

With the $8.32 cents per week, I'll be saving on my taxes. I'm going to buy a pack of cigarettes per week and smoke until I get cancer and fuck up everyones premiums.

Net effect imo is to raise interest rates at both ends via deficit financed stimulus. All the while the fed just started tightening. Wtf

It's a business like any other. Only reason it lasts is because of unlimited investors (us) who have no choice but to keep investing in it

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