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Lack of like minded meet up groups
#11
what I've come to realise the more I've been into these subjects is that there seems to be a finite amount or percentage of say this country who will even take this information on board. I think we're a long way off until the people who understand these subjects are the majority. Most people simply don't want to know. I can understand this as life is hard for most of us. I think most people who are vaguely aware are suffering from cognitive dissonance as they don't seem interested. The first couple of years when I first discovered this stuff I couldn't stop talking about it to be honest. The information was such a shock, so I probably didn't hep myself at the time. Like I said earlier I just am very measured now. BTW which is why I love this particular forum
#12
(01-28-2018, 02:31 PM)LizF Wrote: Haha me too Styleezy! My husband actually told me he saw a local Hamster Show advertised in our local chip shop! I almost want to go and spark up a conversation about human cloning, see how it goes down!
mmm, hamsters are furry...conversation ended.
It's such a shame people are left job/friend/family less because they believe a different perception. As a minor experience of this: i am colourblind. this confuses most people, and when trying to explain it the glare comes over their eyes...it's not my perception so i can't understand. Although i wouldn't loose a job over this.
2p well & truly placed
#13
Big Grin 
(01-28-2018, 08:17 AM)LizF Wrote: Hi everyone, I am totally loving this forum.

I am a bit of a hermit, I go to work then come home. If I go out at the weekend it's to go food shopping, and I have to take my husband!

I've forced myself to book events this year, David Icke, Richard D Hall, UFO conference. 

I have also tried to find local meet up groups with alternative views, but have found nothing. 

I was just wondering if you guys attended any local groups, or if you had set one up, or if you feel we need to do more as an enlightened community to start making this happen?

Hi liz 
You sound exactly like me!! I have booked Icke in Southampton April and planning on booking TTHCE conference too as I’m dyin to meet or at least hear Gregg Braden talk! 
We have very few people here on the Isle of Wight who know what’s going
on (apart from David Icke but he just keeps avoiding my calls!!! Lol) 
But I know what it’s like in the old David Icke forum days we had several ’meet Ups’ and camping trips but the Icke forum got messy & eventually I started a family & lost touch with them all! 
I’d defo love to meet up with others just because it’s like being a one man band knowing all this stuff and not being able to chat about it! My friends are all into mainstream & I try n talk to the new as much as I can but they think im paranoid ? & eccentric! (Which I’m not not?????) ? 

Anyway I’m planning on doing much more pro active stuff this year so if you want to meet up I’m up for it!

(01-28-2018, 08:07 PM)steveio Wrote: what I've come to realise the more I've been into these subjects is that there seems to be a finite amount or percentage of say this country who will even take this information on board. I think we're a long way off until the people who understand these subjects are the majority. Most people simply don't want to know. I can understand this as life is hard for most of us. I think most people who are vaguely aware are suffering from cognitive dissonance as they don't seem interested. The first couple of years when I first discovered this stuff I couldn't stop talking about it to be honest. The information was such a shock, so I probably didn't hep myself at the time. Like I said earlier I just am very measured now. BTW which is why I love this particular forum
You’re so right ... seems we are way off when I see forums like this and radio shoestring like Richie’s I feel positive but when you actually go into the real world ... you’re surrounded by Zombies ?‍♀️... everyone’s in a trance ... it’s like actually living in the film They Live!!! (Also just realised emojis don’t work on here just end up as odd symbols& question marks!!)
#14
(01-28-2018, 02:31 PM)LizF Wrote: Haha me too Styleezy! My husband actually told me he saw a local Hamster Show advertised in our local chip shop! I almost want to go and spark up a conversation about human cloning, see how it goes down!

I know how you feel, the only thing I get where I live is a rug sale in the village hall or a fish and chips evening with a screening of Carry on  Cowboy!! Why??

Maybe you could start the conversation with Hamster cloning and move on to human cloning afterwards lol.
I have been to see Richard D 3 times and am going again this April but it is hard to find anything local. Maybe when the numbers grow on here we might be able to get something organised

(01-28-2018, 09:20 PM)Charlotte4711 Wrote:
(01-28-2018, 08:17 AM)LizF Wrote: Hi everyone, I am totally loving this forum.

I am a bit of a hermit, I go to work then come home. If I go out at the weekend it's to go food shopping, and I have to take my husband!

I've forced myself to book events this year, David Icke, Richard D Hall, UFO conference. 

I have also tried to find local meet up groups with alternative views, but have found nothing. 

I was just wondering if you guys attended any local groups, or if you had set one up, or if you feel we need to do more as an enlightened community to start making this happen?

Hi liz 
You sound exactly like me!! I have booked Icke in Southampton April and planning on booking TTHCE conference too as I’m dyin to meet or at least hear Gregg Braden talk! 
We have very few people here on the Isle of Wight who know what’s going
on (apart from David Icke but he just keeps avoiding my calls!!! Lol) 
But I know what it’s like in the old David Icke forum days we had several ’meet Ups’ and camping trips but the Icke forum got messy & eventually I started a family & lost touch with them all! 
I’d defo love to meet up with others just because it’s like being a one man band knowing all this stuff and not being able to chat about it! My friends are all into mainstream & I try n talk to the new as much as I can but they think im paranoid ? & eccentric! (Which I’m not not?????) ? 

Anyway I’m planning on doing much more pro active stuff this year so if you want to meet up I’m up for it!

(01-28-2018, 08:07 PM)steveio Wrote: what I've come to realise the more I've been into these subjects is that there seems to be a finite amount or percentage of say this country who will even take this information on board. I think we're a long way off until the people who understand these subjects are the majority. Most people simply don't want to know. I can understand this as life is hard for most of us. I think most people who are vaguely aware are suffering from cognitive dissonance as they don't seem interested. The first couple of years when I first discovered this stuff I couldn't stop talking about it to be honest. The information was such a shock, so I probably didn't hep myself at the time. Like I said earlier I just am very measured now. BTW which is why I love this particular forum
You’re so right ... seems we are way off when I see forums like this and radio shoestring like Richie’s I feel positive but when you actually go into the real world ... you’re surrounded by Zombies ?‍♀️... everyone’s in a trance ... it’s like actually living in the film They Live!!! (Also just realised emojis don’t work on here just end up as odd symbols& question marks!!)

I think the film They Live is near enough spot on. Most people are in a trance and care more about reality tv than reality itself. This is part of the plan of course, to occupy peoples minds with crap so that they don't look and care about what is going on around them. I have 3 kids and I dread to think of the world they will live in as they become adults. Scary times!!
#15
(01-28-2018, 11:34 PM)awakened53 Wrote:
(01-28-2018, 02:31 PM)LizF Wrote: Haha me too Styleezy! My husband actually told me he saw a local Hamster Show advertised in our local chip shop! I almost want to go and spark up a conversation about human cloning, see how it goes down!

I know how you feel, the only thing I get where I live is a rug sale in the village hall or a fish and chips evening with a screening of Carry on  Cowboy!! Why??

Maybe you could start the conversation with Hamster cloning and move on to human cloning afterwards lol.
I have been to see Richard D 3 times and am going again this April but it is hard to find anything local. Maybe when the numbers grow on here we might be able to get something organised

(01-28-2018, 09:20 PM)Charlotte4711 Wrote:
(01-28-2018, 08:17 AM)LizF Wrote: Hi everyone, I am totally loving this forum.

I am a bit of a hermit, I go to work then come home. If I go out at the weekend it's to go food shopping, and I have to take my husband!

I've forced myself to book events this year, David Icke, Richard D Hall, UFO conference. 

I have also tried to find local meet up groups with alternative views, but have found nothing. 

I was just wondering if you guys attended any local groups, or if you had set one up, or if you feel we need to do more as an enlightened community to start making

(01-28-2018, 08:07 PM)steveio Wrote: what I've come to realise the more I've been into these subjects is that there seems to be a finite amount or percentage of say this country who will even take this information on board. I think we're a long way off until the people who understand these subjects are the majority. Most people simply don't want to know. I can understand this as life is hard for most of us. I think most people who are vaguely aware are suffering from cognitive dissonance as they don't seem interested. The first couple of years when 

I think the film They Live is near enough spot on. Most people are in a trance and care more about reality tv than reality itself. This is part of the plan of course, to occupy peoples minds with crap so that they don't look and care about what is going on around them. I have 3 kids and I dread to think of the world they will live in as they become adults. Scary times!!

Ditto... I have 3 young kids & I have made them all swear never to procreate!!! ? I really wished I’d never brought them into this horrible world but I did so I have to take responsibility for it... my kids are so good though, they have a unique view ofthe world, a much more accurate one imo!
#16
On the positive side, over the last 3 years I've worked with about 10 youngish guys, all labourers and all between about 18-25. Every single one was aware that 9/11 was an inside job. Only a couple were into the truth and were on various truth forums but there seems to be an awareness amongst the younger generation, maybe just an acceptance. They mostly didn't know much about Zionism or the rothschilds and they were in no way activists, but I suppose it's a start. Maybe in their older age once the agenda unfolds even more they will become more active. I will also say that most also smoked a lot of weed
#17
(01-29-2018, 09:14 AM)Charlotte4711 Wrote:
(01-28-2018, 11:34 PM)awakened53 Wrote:
(01-28-2018, 02:31 PM)LizF Wrote: Haha me too Styleezy! My husband actually told me he saw a local Hamster Show advertised in our local chip shop! I almost want to go and spark up a conversation about human cloning, see how it goes down!

I know how you feel, the only thing I get where I live is a rug sale in the village hall or a fish and chips evening with a screening of Carry on  Cowboy!! Why??

Maybe you could start the conversation with Hamster cloning and move on to human cloning afterwards lol.
I have been to see Richard D 3 times and am going again this April but it is hard to find anything local. Maybe when the numbers grow on here we might be able to get something organised

(01-28-2018, 09:20 PM)Charlotte4711 Wrote:
(01-28-2018, 08:17 AM)LizF Wrote: Hi everyone, I am totally loving this forum.

I am a bit of a hermit, I go to work then come home. If I go out at the weekend it's to go food shopping, and I have to take my husband!

I've forced myself to book events this year, David Icke, Richard D Hall, UFO conference. 

I have also tried to find local meet up groups with alternative views, but have found nothing. 

I was just wondering if you guys attended any local groups, or if you had set one up, or if you feel we need to do more as an enlightened community to start making

(01-28-2018, 08:07 PM)steveio Wrote: what I've come to realise the more I've been into these subjects is that there seems to be a finite amount or percentage of say this country who will even take this information on board. I think we're a long way off until the people who understand these subjects are the majority. Most people simply don't want to know. I can understand this as life is hard for most of us. I think most people who are vaguely aware are suffering from cognitive dissonance as they don't seem interested. The first couple of years when 

I think the film They Live is near enough spot on. Most people are in a trance and care more about reality tv than reality itself. This is part of the plan of course, to occupy peoples minds with crap so that they don't look and care about what is going on around them. I have 3 kids and I dread to think of the world they will live in as they become adults. Scary times!!

Ditto... I have 3 young kids & I have made them all swear never to procreate!!! ? I really wished I’d never brought them into this horrible world but I did so I have to take responsibility for it... my kids are so good though, they have a unique view ofthe world, a much more accurate one imo!
I try and do the same with my kids too. I have quite an age gap with mine, but considering my eldest does occupy herself with reality TV and the typical junk TV she is also quite switched on with what is going on too. She tells me that her and her friends at college talk regularly about world events and fake media so it does give me hope that they are more awake than we give them credit for. I just hope it continues
#18
Hi Awakened, I think there is hope. My son is very nearly 17 and he is aware. He's not that interested in the subject but then again I'm not sure I would have been as interested as I am now at his age. Plus there are many distractions today for someone his age
#19
(01-29-2018, 07:01 PM)steveio Wrote: Hi Awakened, I think there is hope. My son is very nearly 17 and he is aware. He's not that interested in the subject but then again I'm not sure I would have been as interested as I am now at his age. Plus there are many distractions today for someone his age
Hi steveio
Totally agree. At 17, if I can remember that far back, I would not want to know about all this either. I do remember my stepdad explaining about the middle east and the lies about it when I was really young, and somehow it stuck in my memory. But although I was sceptical about some of the official stories when I was younger I think it was 9-11 that "red pilled" me.
Even on the day it happened something didn't seem right to me and the more I read the more I didn't believe it.
But the fact that young people are talking about these things and also becoming politically aware is a good thing so long may it continue
#20
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lEV5AFFcZ-s

The above YouTube video has suggestions (1hr 45 minutes in) about how people can join or connect together to try to solve the problems we face in the world today. Hope this helps.
  


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