Leo

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Good one here: Matthew McConaughey = Antiochus Epiphanes = the Islamic Antichrist.

Obviously.

https://strongdelusionimposters.wor...antichristal-masih-ad-dajjal-world-exclusive/

the wheels are in motion...

Matthew McConaughey may be a viable candidate for Texas governor; poll shows actor ahead of Abbott

If he were to take the plunge and run for governor, the poll found, 45% of Texas registered voters would vote for McConaughey, 33% would vote for Abbott and 22% would vote for someone else. McConaughey’s double-digit lead over the two-term Republican incumbent is significant. The poll, conducted April 6-13, surveyed 1,126 registered voters and has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.92 percentage points.

Mark Harp, a conservative independent voter from Midlothian, said McConaughey’s appeal is similar to Trump’s: He’s a political outsider with a message that the system is corrupt, ineffective and in need of reforms.

“He’s popular, he’s colorful, and he’s not afraid to tell it like it is,” said Harp, 47, a construction manager. “He has some of the same qualities of Donald Trump, and that will play well in Texas.”
 

catalog

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Got a very strong plandemic vibe last night.

My other sister had the vaccine on Saturday and had really bad side effects the first night, couldn't sleep. Then felt better next day, so went out for a bit, cooked dinner and stuff.

Then started getting really bad dizzy spells on Tuesday, along with feelings of disassociation eg sitting down on sofa, wanting to get up anx go for a piss, but unable to send that message to body.

Eventually she called NHS direct and they advised her to go straight to A&E based on symptoms report. There, no one else. could sit with her. They checked blood platelets and sent her home with advice to drink plenty of fluids and rest.

So I dropped her to her house and I was driving home, it was like 1.30am, so that quiet late night vibe, I got fixated on all the signs that are up promoting the vaccination, like LED signs normally used for temporary speed limits repurposed with notices encouraging the vaccine (and also in mnemonic rhyme) plus those big orange signs in the road, directing yoj to vaccine centre.

Of course all those things are always there, but I noticed them more cos of empty roads and got a sudden bad vibe.

Anyway, went for my own jab earlier today. Good guy doing it, answered my questions etc, explained that side effects are not necessarily family related.

Not had any disassociation but very shivery and unable to sleep.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Got a very strong plandemic vibe last night.

My other sister had the vaccine on Saturday and had really bad side effects the first night, couldn't sleep. Then felt better next day, so went out for a bit, cooked dinner and stuff.

Then started getting really bad dizzy spells on Tuesday, along with feelings of disassociation eg sitting down on sofa, wanting to get up anx go for a piss, but unable to send that message to body.

Eventually she called NHS direct and they advised her to go straight to A&E based on symptoms report. There, no one else. could sit with her. They checked blood platelets and sent her home with advice to drink plenty of fluids and rest.

So I dropped her to her house and I was driving home, it was like 1.30am, so that quiet late night vibe, I got fixated on all the signs that are up promoting the vaccination, like LED signs normally used for temporary speed limits repurposed with notices encouraging the vaccine (and also in mnemonic rhyme) plus those big orange signs in the road, directing yoj to vaccine centre.

Of course all those things are always there, but I noticed them more cos of empty roads and got a sudden bad vibe.

Anyway, went for my own jab earlier today. Good guy doing it, answered my questions etc, explained that side effects are not necessarily family related.

Not had any disassociation but very shivery and unable to sleep.
Sorry to hear your sister wasn't well. She doing OK now? I think it's quite common to feel grotty for a couple of days but rates of serious abreactions are extremely low.
 
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catalog

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yeah she's better but just in a really bad mood cos shes one of those people that struggles to sit around doing nothing. i've called in sick today cos i just cant be arsed with work but feeling ok. gonna go look at the yew tree.
 

WashYourHands

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You can slow ageing, you may even see a 150-200 year old human before long, but cancer and all those other trials are slippery cunts

We’re here to go, to misappropriate the Gysin quote
 

polystyle

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Got a very strong plandemic vibe last night.

My other sister had the vaccine on Saturday and had really bad side effects the first night, couldn't sleep. Then felt better next day, so went out for a bit, cooked dinner and stuff.

Then started getting really bad dizzy spells on Tuesday, along with feelings of disassociation eg sitting down on sofa, wanting to get up anx go for a piss, but unable to send that message to body.

Eventually she called NHS direct and they advised her to go straight to A&E based on symptoms report. There, no one else. could sit with her. They checked blood platelets and sent her home with advice to drink plenty of fluids and rest.

So I dropped her to her house and I was driving home, it was like 1.30am, so that quiet late night vibe, I got fixated on all the signs that are up promoting the vaccination, like LED signs normally used for temporary speed limits repurposed with notices encouraging the vaccine (and also in mnemonic rhyme) plus those big orange signs in the road, directing yoj to vaccine centre.

Of course all those things are always there, but I noticed them more cos of empty roads and got a sudden bad vibe.

Anyway, went for my own jab earlier today. Good guy doing it, answered my questions etc, explained that side effects are not necessarily family related.

Not had any disassociation but very shivery and unable to sleep.
Sorry to hear this. Curious which vaccine did she get ?
 

version

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I didn't know the 'Ndrangheta had a Masonic angle,
The ’Ndrangheta is often considered archaic and almost hermit-like, with wanted clan members living in hideouts deep in the Calabrian mountains, and as such it may seem an unlikely candidate to exploit the modern City of London. But it has an interest in perpetuating such myths: in reality, its origins are as a middle-class phenomenon, which took advantage of the system of social capital found in Masonic lodges to manage the profits generated by international drugs trafficking.

The grand master of the Grande Oriente d’Italia (GOI) lodge, Giuliano di Bernardo, claimed in trials in 2014 and 2019 that linked the ’Ndrangheta with terrorism that he had a discussion with the Duke of Kent, the grand master of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), in the early 1990s over infiltration of the Italian lodges in the south of the country by criminal clans.

“It was the Duke of Kent who suggested that I leave the GOI and create a new order,” he claimed. “I would like to point out that the Calabrian context was very concerning because Freemasonry there was much more extensive and powerful than in Sicily.”
 

version

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A letter from the Nova Scotia government sent out to residents to warn about a pack of wolves on the loose in the province was forged by Canadian military personnel as part of a propaganda training mission that went off the rails.

The letter told residents to be wary of wolves that had been reintroduced into the area by the provincial and federal governments and warned the animals were now roaming the Annapolis Valley. The letter, which later became public, sparked concern and questions among residents but was later branded as “fake” by the Nova Scotia government which didn’t know the military was behind the deception.

The training also involved using a loudspeaker to generate wolf sounds, the Canadian Forces confirmed to this newspaper.
 
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