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Offline onepower

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #255 on: March 26, 2023, 07:17:22 PM »
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I agree with your definition of globalism, in a way. That's how I knew globalism when I was a six grader. A common set of rules applied to states across the world, to foster freedom and development. I was naive.

You should agree because the definition I posted is the accepted dictionary definition of the term globalism.
"Globalism is based on the belief that people, goods and information should to be able to cross national borders unrestricted"
The definition is obvious and logical unlike the long winded communist propaganda you posted.

What you seem to be implying very poorly is that some may have corrupted the original concept of globalism and there are many inherent problems associated with it's application. Of course, any time we have more than a hand full of people together we have problems. The problems mainly what you just demonstrated by dragging all your own false beliefs and baggage into the equation.

On seeing things through the eyes of a child, this is not necessarily naive but more so being a true realist. Most children only see the reality of a situation unlike there parents who have been brain washed by society. Which may explain why almost all the successful free energy inventors claimed there technology was so simple even a child could understand it. In effect, a pure un-corrupted mind not polluted by all the propaganda most believe.

It's strange, an average 6 year old would look you square in the eyes without flinching and see right though all your bs. You could be spewing all your communist propaganda and hate but they would just stand there looking right through you. Children have a gift to see people for what they really are not what there pretending to be.

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #256 on: March 26, 2023, 07:28:17 PM »
FX

Roll up your sleeves for something besides the keyboard…( wars)


Right now designing the acrylic base for the modified homopolar generator I am working on.
Perhaps I'm overdoing it by coding it in OpenScad but I think I have to fully visualize this before I order the parts.

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #257 on: March 26, 2023, 07:40:04 PM »
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On seeing things through the eyes of a child, this is not necessarily naive but more so being a true realist. Most children only see the reality of a situation unlike there parents who have been brain washed by society. Which may explain why almost all the successful free energy inventors claimed there technology was so simple even a child could understand it. In effect, a pure un-corrupted mind not polluted by all the propaganda most believe.

It's strange, an average 6 year old would look you square in the eyes without flinching and see right though all your bs. You could be spewing all your communist propaganda and hate but they would just stand there looking right through you. Children have a gift to see people for what they really are not what there pretending to be.

AC

I already see this in the eyes of my nephew, and he's in the last highschool years. I know he belongs to the terminated generation, the generation to fully embrace the insanity of the technocratic, post-human world the globalists are building to its full extent : approval of the propaganda, loving the values of that civilisation up until it becomes a religion - the final religion ("the great falling away" of 2 Thessalonians).

I think from this point on, parents have already become largely unavailable to communicate anything spiritual to their children. Anything spiritual, about the core reality of the world, is insanity to this generation.

I remember when I was younger and grandpa was asking me "Where will all this technology go ?". And I was stupid and telling him "Well, tech is gonna be faster and faster. Photorealistic entertainment, VR...", but I didn't envision the rise of the AI and the transformation of technology in a tool to enslave us all and bring an end to the adamic humanity.

The simplicity of children got transformed in something grotesque. They are no longer seeing the normal things adults were unable to, now children themselves are completely drenched in this Matrix of deception.

Offline fxeconomist

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #258 on: March 26, 2023, 07:57:19 PM »
Are you that sick in the head to think the 99% that had nothing to do with all this BS from the 1% controlling elitist screwing up America and the world.
You sadly forget the 150 of the richest people in the world (Bilderberg Group) has many Governments under their control and the fact they make billions of of both sides of the war. They are the controlling elite behind the pope in a three block area in London England that are hell bent on the destruction of man kind yet you peddle your BS and blame all of American's for this Genocide acts on humanity which is completely unfounded and borderline gutless acceptance of your own shortcomings.

I live in America and would love to leave it as "WE THE PEOPLE" are starving with basic necessities getting more and more scarce. The power elites have this world so screwed up with every single element we need for survival poisoned by their greed and lust for power. How dare you blame the innocent as we had absolutely nothing to do with your misfortune.

So while you sit there running your mouth blaming all of America for your problems and the problems in this world I am struggling to find the money to heat my house or what groceries I can't buy this month because of the power elitist robbing us blind or purposely burning factories that produce food. Please tell the neighbor kid next door that I am a bad person for feeding her because her mother freaked out from all the pressure and is now on drugs. Yes!, I the American you blame for your problems is struggling under the twisted power elitist also.

I would suggest you put the blame on the people that created this mess we are in and not the 99% innocent you are pointing your finger at. You sound just like most black people in America and now wanting a free handout just because their great, great grandfather was a slave which was sold into slavery by their own kings to the Dutch.

The people aren't blameless.

Romanians aren't blameless also. We explained those idiots, in all those 30+ years, "Hey, don't be such bastards, don't vote for these austerity maniacs that screw us all". Simple things. And what did they do ? After a few years of
relative good, austerity comes back. And the older electorate of these bastards, they know very well what they vote, but they like to consider themselves superior to the others, "anticommunists". And bring misery to all.

So, we at least had this internal war between the two populations - what used to be the Social-Dems electorate on one hand, and the Right Wingers, on the other - since 1990, but far more sharpened after the Democratic Convention years of hell (1996-2000).

But Americans were absolutely oblivious. I mean, when did it begin in US ? 2016 ? Kinda late. Living la dolce vita while the Washington infection destroys the world ? Now it finally starts to hurt.
America is done for. The Constitution is done for. You couldn't put Donald Trump there a second time. You even lost the midterms after the propaganda gained women with the abortion issue.

IF I WERE IN THE PLACE OF DONALD TRUMP, I WOULD HAVE SECEDED THE RED STATES! I WOULD HAVE MADE A SECOND US REPUBLIC!

So as we all have the Right Winger "anticommunist" older idiots, plus #rezist young progressive Right Winger morons, plus an unknown part of the Social-Dem electorate who can't let go voting this party gone globalist, all of these being our problem as a people, you have this Democrat electorate who are the useful idiots for the elite clique.

So the blame belongs also to the people. What to do then ? Trying to wake people up ? Too late.

As Steve Quayle said a million times, "There is no political solution to a spiritual problem". Develop an OU solution and get the hell out asap...

Offline IMIGHTKNOW

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #259 on: March 26, 2023, 08:55:22 PM »
NOPE! all the bull shit started in 1913 when the beast was let back through the door. >:(

Doesn't matter is Republican or Democrat, they are of two heads of the same beast and you can't vote them out in a corrupt system of Laws to protect themselves.  :'( Complete lack of empathy!

Very correct on the ou thing. Building it then getting the hell out of dodge like maybe the jungle in Peru or something there of with a few honey's in tow. ;D Then just sit back and watch them blow each other up and maybe just maybe I won't die from the poison clouds.

Offline fxeconomist

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #260 on: March 26, 2023, 09:14:39 PM »
NOPE! all the bull shit started in 1913 when the beast was let back through the door. >:(

Doesn't matter is Republican or Democrat, they are of two heads of the same beast and you can't vote them out in a corrupt system of Laws to protect themselves.  :'( Complete lack of empathy!

Very correct on the ou thing. Building it then getting the hell out of dodge like maybe the jungle in Peru or something there of with a few honey's in tow. ;D Then just sit back and watch them blow each other up and maybe just maybe I won't die from the poison clouds.

We will never know when it did begin. This beast existed all the way thru history. Don't forget Pharao's priests managed to cast their rods into serpents...

But the establishment of the Federal Reserve was a strong nail to the coffin.

I was talking instead about the true fight between We The People and the Elite. This has quite started in Romania of the 90s, because there was solid opposition to the lies of the Right Wing, and has been all the time during
these 30+ years. Solid opposition that was not present in the West. We were envying the people of the West for not actually caring who wins the elections, while we were cursed to pay attention, fear and fight our enemies, while in the West, nobody seemed to have risked so dire consequences like us poor regular Romanians. This fight has begun around 2016 in United States...

For this reason the Social-Dem from Romania was absolutely hated by its counterpart, the US Democrat Party. US Ambassadors sent by the Left were absolute scumbags in a total conflict with both the people and the Social-Dem party. Exceptions where Michael Guest, who was the most loved US ambassador ever, and the sorosist scumbag that Trump managed to send...

I live in Britain, and here poltitics is absolute bullshit on all sides. People locked themselves out of true democracy with the First Past the Post referendum in 2011. Britain doesn't even have a representative democracy, it's an absolute farce and unfortunately British Christian conservatives are in a more precarious condition that US Christian conservatives.

Offline onepower

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #261 on: March 26, 2023, 09:52:04 PM »
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I already see this in the eyes of my nephew, and he's in the last highschool years. I know he belongs to the terminated generation, the generation to fully embrace the insanity of the technocratic, post-human world the globalists are building to its full extent : approval of the propaganda, loving the values of that civilisation up until it becomes a religion - the final religion ("the great falling away" of 2 Thessalonians).

I think from this point on, parents have already become largely unavailable to communicate anything spiritual to their children. Anything spiritual, about the core reality of the world, is insanity to this generation.

Of course, the alternate view is that the days of deluded old men worshiping imaginary friends in the sky needs to end.

So to recap, you hate children, civilization and technology because it could become a religion just like your supposed religion. Uhm... who do you think invented your religion?.

I think Ricky Gervais nailed it...
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Next time someone tells me they believe in God, I'll say 'Oh which one? Zeus? Hades? Jupiter? Mars? Odin? Thor? Krishna? Vishnu? Ra?...' If they say 'Just God. I only believe in the one God,' I'll point out that they are nearly as atheistic as me. I don't believe in 2,870 gods, and they don't believe in 2,869.

AC















Offline ramset

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #262 on: March 26, 2023, 10:20:03 PM »
Ahh
Almost the trifecta of perpetual rumbling
Just missing one …
Politics
Religion and
_Sports_


Always good for a brawl ( just pick one …almost doesn’t matter which, when or where…
Perfectly loopable energy .. in perpetuity… all the way back to  the first “pulse” on the planet
A Dust up waiting to happen!
Bliss ….


Perhaps we could drill some holes in the boat too … ?








Offline Cloxxki

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #263 on: March 26, 2023, 11:12:30 PM »
I already see this in the eyes of my nephew, and he's in the last highschool years. I know he belongs to the terminated generation, the generation to fully embrace the insanity of the technocratic, post-human world the globalists are building to its full extent : approval of the propaganda, loving the values of that civilisation up until it becomes a religion - the final religion ("the great falling away" of 2 Thessalonians).

I think from this point on, parents have already become largely unavailable to communicate anything spiritual to their children. Anything spiritual, about the core reality of the world, is insanity to this generation.

I remember when I was younger and grandpa was asking me "Where will all this technology go ?". And I was stupid and telling him "Well, tech is gonna be faster and faster. Photorealistic entertainment, VR...", but I didn't envision the rise of the AI and the transformation of technology in a tool to enslave us all and bring an end to the adamic humanity.

The simplicity of children got transformed in something grotesque. They are no longer seeing the normal things adults were unable to, now children themselves are completely drenched in this Matrix of deception.
You as a role model accepting an undesirable fate to a young person you act for as role model, might not be the way to go here.
There are also sources that offer there are more than one ideologies to consider going forward (insane, huh?).
Young people are a true new generation in that they are primed to think for themselves more. For some that may mean they'll try herd behavior first, get it out of their system. They are inherently better positioned to achieve great things with self development, more so than the average older people. They are smarter, wiser, more spiritual, on average. They get to choose their life and change their minds as often as they like, to hone in on their best self. As are we.

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #264 on: March 27, 2023, 04:03:21 AM »
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Of course, the alternate view is that the days of deluded old men worshiping imaginary friends in the sky needs to end.

So to recap, you hate children, civilization and technology because it could become a religion just like your supposed religion. Uhm... who do you think invented your religion?.

AC

I do not hate children. I was like them. I am a big kid. I love technology, I love gaming and all of that.
I got my life screwed. So be it. Live lowly. Have my gaming. Have my fun.

But now it's too much. As I said, with the plandemic, the regular austerity bastards have declared war on mankind.

And truly, in the previous Christianity paradigm, I would have been unworthy of salvation. I think I still am, but this is certainly changing.

For now there is an absolute danger, and in the face of an absolute danger, God is waning on his principles : suddenly sin is no longer that important,
but resistance until the end.

Mmm, I kinda like this practical religion. Finally an enemy I can deal with, in the realm of reality, here and now : globalism.
Finally our usual enemy that has screwing our lives has declared war on God too.

It gave me a true purpose now, and I can see true wealth is no longer about money. True wealth will be keeping our freedom when all others will lose everything. . Their homes, their money, their privacy and their freedom, living as digital slaves by the holy carbon score, with the fear that if they say something, government will just turn the chip off. Like Rockefeller once told Aaron Russo.

And yes, you had to declare your atheism. Couldn't care less. Reality is objective. It exists, it manifests whether or not we believe.

And I used to revolve around forex and trading. Hence the name, fxeconomist. Never made money from that, but I made from binary options instead.
I understood very very well what risk means. That experience changed me for good. Once that I lived having the edge in trading, I understood what it means to not have it. When it was no longer possible to trade that way, I quit for good.

If the Book of Revelation holds true, 99% at least from the Westerners and the Chinese are actually screwed forever.
I can't allow this to happen to me. From a risk analysis point of view, I am facing the final challenge.

What do you risk in your atheist view ? Nothing. You are going into the most wondrous time in the history of mankind. Very well, go with the flow.
I just take the opposite road. We'll see who was right when we die. But one thing: the one laughs in the end, laughs better.

See that you don't go thru a black swan event, when the most unthinkable, ilogical, despicable thing such as the existence of life beyond death and a biblical God can mean to somebody with an aversion to that, who not just hates the idea of God, but takes the final bad choice.

In the end probabilities are 50/50. Something either exists, or it doesn't. I have nothing to lose if it doesn't. If there is no afterlife, I will become dust and my soul will not exist anymore. I will not experience either remorse or joy, as nothing of me will continue to experience reality. But what do you have to lose if your reasoning is wrong ? Beware the "OH FUCK" moment. When you will appear there not just as an atheist, but as one wearing the Mark, oh yeah, the one-secure-way-to-pay...

You know the fun thing, Left has created the paradigm of the official truth, and all else that stands contrary to it, is either "conspiracy theory" and "fake news".
There is however, only one Leftist Conspiracy Theory. That Christianity was invented as a control tool.
And while yes, the Catholic Church has used it in the Middle Ages as a control tool, can't say it works anymore. It happened as Paul predicted. The world is going thru the great falling away. You may think that the control tool has faded completely.

But Christianity forecasted its own demise, and warned against going with the technocratic view. How did a 2000 year old text knew about the most recent developments of the World Economic Forum ? If it was just an invention back then ?

And if it was created by evil men as a control tool, why didn't end with the idea "Go with the flow, do not oppose the changes, everything will be fine". Why is a 2000 year old control tool making people rise against the authorities and the policies of today ? Cause a control tool is made by the powers that be, so why would powers that be make a control tool to inspire uprising against themselves ? Let me tell you : while it was used as such in history, when the situation allowed for such use, it is not a control tool, but a history of our connection to a paranormal entity called God.

You as a role model accepting an undesirable fate to a young person you act for as role model, might not be the way to go here.
There are also sources that offer there are more than one ideologies to consider going forward (insane, huh?).
Young people are a true new generation in that they are primed to think for themselves more. For some that may mean they'll try herd behavior first, get it out of their system. They are inherently better positioned to achieve great things with self development, more so than the average older people. They are smarter, wiser, more spiritual, on average. They get to choose their life and change their minds as often as they like, to hone in on their best self. As are we.

I'm not a role model for my nephew. He's far better at his age than I ever was back then. He will undoubtedly have success.
But unfortunately this success is like speed going downhill. You just cannot stop anymore.
If I am right about the end of freedom in the next 1-2 years, he won't even have the time to see that. It's like the blink of an eye for their degree of blindness.
They are the #resist generation, unfortunately. Zero knowledge of history, politics, and the core reality of the world. All they know is propaganda.
And I can say that being blind also to spiritual matters makes it all worse. Without belief in God and understanding of what is truly happening, there is no reason to resist. They will not say no to becoming transhuman puppets, and some of them won't see even after the final choice. Perhaps it's better that way.

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #265 on: March 27, 2023, 08:09:54 AM »
I knew that after my previous post, I needed to prepare champagne.   Since it's time for fairy tales.   :)   :)   :)   :)

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #266 on: March 27, 2023, 09:42:02 AM »
More technical discussion and less "CRAP" might be nice!
Just my humble opinion, of course.

You know the old saying "Opinions are like AH's, and some have more than one!

TECHNICAL works here - opinions and stupid shit, well, try Redit or Farsebook...

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #267 on: March 27, 2023, 10:30:36 AM »
I knew that after my previous post, I needed to prepare champagne.   Since it's time for fairy tales.   :)   :)   :)   :)


BorisKrabow,

You guys must realiaze your beat at this point, right!

Trolling, Shill, LARP stuff is finished - too many OU devices just waiting for the Open Gate now!

Of couse most of the open source OU guys support UNICEF and we support Troll $$$ so you can still
provide a few cans of "Dog Food" for your children but the writing is on the wall -  your handlers
and the Cabal must know this!

I suggest you plan accordingly - and move to the right side...

SL




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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #268 on: March 27, 2023, 10:39:15 AM »
Firstly Andrey Ermola from Kharkov. Secondly, its gearbox converts the static mechanical pressure on the gearbox rod into a rotational torque. What does this mean: once you have created a force of a vector plan (for example, a jack) per unit of time and remove the torque. What is the output, connect your business.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g0FcY-7Fw0&t=173s

https://www.youtube.com/@andreyermola

     Okay let's get to work .  I see an interesting technology here and I think that it is necessary to open a new topic in the appropriate section.  It would be a pity if she was forgotten. Perhaps there are great prospects here.

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Re: Is this the beginning of the end?
« Reply #269 on: March 27, 2023, 04:01:12 PM »
     Okay let's get to work .  I see an interesting technology here and I think that it is necessary to open a new topic in the appropriate section.  It would be a pity if she was forgotten. Perhaps there are great prospects here.
I see an impressive gearbox. No visibile leakage is a big accomplishment already.
The torque on that output is minute probably, if the input isn't move a full pixel.
In there was good torque, we're been shown such.

Those who think I'm an atheist still; I'm reading this now:
https://2020portal.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/macdonald-bayne-divine-healing-of-mind-and-body-.pdf
Hardcore Christians will probably go: "but but but, he floated away! Supposed to come back in the flesh, but we didn't mean THAT way...!"