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  1. >>>Each of our eyes has a blind spot, a place on our retinas about the size of a pinhead where there are no rods or cones. Our blind spot is the place where our optic nerves exit the eye and connect to our brains. But we don't usually notice this blind spot.<<< http://www.scienceiq.com/Facts/EMRadiation.cfm Interesting article supposedly written by a lawyer rather than a doctor. Whenever I am daydreaming and staring at a blue sky, I can see the individual red blood cells as they flow through the capillaries of the retina of my eye. The other day I had some bad coffee & suffered a migraine headache from it. As I was recovering, the vision from my two eyes was not converging well to a single image, and I suddenly noticed very conspicuous blind spots in both of my eyes — by size, shape, and position perfectly normal, but I was startled by the disappearance of objects from my field of view as I moved my eyes. I've had that before, when coffee is adulterated with methamphetamine.
  2. At my former church, they preached a lot about "whores and thieves." The term "whore" is a false flag of sorts. Is a woman going to be so strong and so bold as to take a man by force and rob him? As if some giantess of a woman wants to take a little boy as a husband by force? No. There is a false imputation of feminine empowerment that does not exist in reality. A "hooker" is not a whore either. Some man is wearing nice clothes and perceived to be too gentlemanly and wealthy, and somebody literally has a hook or something sharp with which to snag his clothing discreetly and ask for money. Then it costs him a lot of money to be "served" everywhere he goes, and consequently he is forced to "blow" all his cash and liquid assets like the prodigal son or the man who fell among thieves in the Bible, and the homebodies in that town refuse allow him out of that horrible situation no matter what. "Thieves in law" is a Russian term, a little more precise. It covers women who make false rape accusations and file groundless sexual harassment lawsuits and restraining orders et cetera ad nauseam, as well as the powerful men of city hall who pander to them with such perversion of justice and putrefaction of law. Women are victimized, too, by the same scams. Money is money, regardless of sex.
  3. I saw thghhis. https://abcnews.go.com/amp/International/mysterious-russian-nuclear-propelled-missile-explosion/story?id=64963440 What we know -- and don't -- about the mysterious Russian nuclear-propelled missile explosion And now I'm thinking about the Tunguska Event. The Tunguska event was a large explosion [10–15 megatons TNT equivalent] that occurred near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in Yeniseysk Governorate, Russia, on the morning of 30 June 1908. The explosion over the sparsely populated Eastern Siberian Taiga flattened 2,000 square kilometres of forest, and caused at least three human casualties. Wikipedia Date: June 30, 1908 Effects: Flattening 2,000 km2 (770 sq mi) of forest Did Czarist Russia have a top-secret nuclear bomb program that was scrapped in the Revolution? That Protocols of Zion grand plan for world domination is just too damning, and Einstein was a little bit too smart with that relativity theory stuff. Did the Jewish Kabbalists really keep all that knowledge hidden so well for so long? Who's a Jew and who's not a Jew? We are, we're taking over the world, and the nations are nothing but cattle to us. It's the same old city hall with which we are all familiar. For as long as the Czarists were in power, they were Czarists, and when the commies took over, they were commies, ever so politically correct to stay in office generation after generation. At some point it's specious of them to make claims of Jewry or Judaism by false virtue of the bloody knife of circumcision. And who again is in control of birth records & genealogy at the aforementioned city hall?
  4. Saami and “white people” (Aryans) originally inhabited Norway, Sweden and Finland. Hispanic or Sephardic Jews immigrated to Christiania, Norway. The name of the city was changed to Oslo at their objection to taking the name of the Christ or the Holy One of Israel in vain. The word Sephardic — they were shepherds who raised sheep rather than cattle, but also city dwellers. There was a big city with relatively high technology and a textile industry, and the wool clothing was much appreciated and highly valued in the cold north. Norway is not unknown for its wool. A woman with a spinning wheel and one thread at a time could stitch, sew, or repair clothing at home; but a big-city high-tech industry was still necessary to manufacture it in the first place. Other Spaniards, many of whom were Christian and not quite so predominantly Jewish, immigrated to Sweden with a more direct “Roman Empire” influence. In both countries the Roman alphabet replaced the ancient runes of the Elder Futhark as a system of writing. Finland received its Latino or Roman influence primarily from Romanian immigrants or Gypsies. The Finnish language is very different and older than Romanian, although it too came to be written down with the Roman alphabet, especially much later on when the Bible was translated to Finnish by Michael Agricola, via the German of Martin Luther.
  5. Anchorage, Alaska is at roughly 150° W longitude from the Greenwich Meridian. High noon in London occurs at 12:00 PM GMT. High noon in Anchorage occurs (150 / 360) * 24 = 10 hours later, or 10:00 PM by Greenwich Mean Time. Alaska Standard Time (winter time) is 9 hours behind GMT or UTC. Alaska Daylight Time (summer time) is only 8 hours behind GMT/UTC. Thus high noon in Anchorage occurs at 1:00 PM in the winter and 2:00 PM in the summer by "local" time zone convention. It's too early in the morning for some people to get up, but it's August, and the weather is so hot & humid that I pass unconscious of heatstroke about 2:00 or 3:00 PM — it's a mandatory siesta.
  6. no future tense in Finnish? Sometimes the claim is made that there is no future tense in the Finnish language. To a certain extent this is true of everday informal speech: when something is happening at a more or less definite time and date in the future, the simple present tense is used, especially for any sort of event of happening within the range of ordinary discourse. The Finnish word for “future” is «tulevaisuus» in the sense of «se, joka on tuleva,» that is, that which “is coming” or “is to come,” to use the compound (or progressive) present tense in Finnish, which indicates an action present or imminent, yet not having taken place or been completed. “will” & “shall” There are formal auxiliary verbs in Finnish that do correspond directly to English “will” and “shall” but their usage is very distinct and formal, and uncommon in modern everyday spoken Finnish. tahtoa = “will” minä tahdon sanoa = “I will say” minä en tahdo sanoa = “I will not say” The Finnish auxiliary verb «tahtoa», used with the “dictionary form” or first infinitive of the main verb, is a formal “will” in two senses: determination, desire or intention of action; or indeterminacy or positive possibility of action; in either case, a rather formal kind of “philosophical future” and not really a full-fledged grammatical tense. pitää = “shall” minun pitää sanoman = “I shall say” ei minun pidä sanoman = “I shall not say” The auxiliary verb «pitää» is the definitive “shall” in two senses: a direct formal future tense; or a general commandment or legal statute or directive. The verb «pitää» in this sense is conjugated impersonally without a grammatical subject, and the true subject is attached directly to the main verb. The subject of an infinitive verb in Finnish is always in the genitive case and always precedes it, although unlike the genitive-case possessor of a nominal object, other words and phrases may freely intervene. The main verb is formally placed in the instructive case of the third infinitive, with the «-män» or «-man» ending. For less formal speech, the first infinitive or dictionary form of the main verb is sometimes suggested, but «pitää» as an auxiliary verb is just too formal to take such a shortcut. «Minun pitää sanoa» is too much like a man dressing up in a suit and tie only to use gangsta-rap inner-city slang.
  7. There’s the “Hi [first-name]!” business letter. Too breezy. Gay. The writer hasn't a care in the world. Then there’s the old-fashioned “Dear [sex-title] ([first-name]) [last-name] ([suffix]),” business letter. “Dear” = expensive or precious, literally. Traditional. Too established. The writer values the customer relationship highly and is selling something gender-specific that costs a lot of money. When I really think about it, the less business correspondence and junk mail I have to read, the better.
  8. Brahma, Vishnu & Shiva. Behold, I have created the smith that bloweth the coals in the fire, and that bringeth forth an instrument for his work; and I have created the waster to destroy [Isaiah 54:16]. The Lord seems to say here, “I have created Brahma, and I have created Shiva.” And in another place, Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me. I, even I, am the Lord; and beside me there is no saviour [Isaiah 43:10–11]. The Lord seems to say here, “I am Vishnu; there is no Brahma, and there is no Shiva.” Or in other words, “The buck stops here, with me. There’s no bull and no shit.”
  9. The crackdowns look like a victory for conservatives against serious “liberal” organized crime worldwide. https://nypost.com/2019/08/03/beijing-is-prepping-for-a-massacre-in-hong-kong-time-for-the-west-to-put-human-rights-ahead-of-free-trade/amp/ >>> Beijing has also started denouncing the protests as the work of American provocateurs [liberals, socialists]. That’s so the regime can paint its Tiananmen Square-style crackdown as a battle against “foreign influence,” [international labor unions, “spies,” legal justification for the involvement of the Chinese military,] not a smashing [a civilian law enforcement action by the “Chinese Feds” or Communist Party] of Chinese people [Han majority race] who decided all on their own that they’d rather be free [in rebellion or insurrection against China]. The situation is similar to that of the Civil War in the United States, where white supremacy and labor (or slavery) were predominant issues. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/03/world/europe/moscow-protest-navalny-corruption.html >>> The case against Aleksei A. Navalny’s organization, the Anti-Corruption Foundation, [the Russian version of crimestoppers + various private security gangs & protection rackets,] was opened by the Investigative Committee, [FSB, successor to KGB,] Russia’s version of the F.B.I., the state news agency Tass reported. It involved funding for the anticorruption group’s work [Democrats who never cease accusing Republicans of crime] of 1 billion rubles (around $15 million) in “money obtained by criminal means.” To quote myself here, looks are deceiving, of course, and appearances are never altogether reflective of truth or reality. Conservatives in name only are not willing to acknowledge the necessity of alms for the poor or even to allow a way for individuals who have been socially ostracized, blackmailed, slandered, libeled and blacklisted to re-enter the world of free economic trade, whether to go in business for profit, to work for wages, or even to purchase food, clothing, shelter, guns and other durable and non-durable goods for their own sustenance. State monies for the liberal welfare state on the other hand are promptly siphoned off, stolen, and embezzled by a vicious and highly professional MAFIA that provides “mental health” and other expensive but unnecessary “services” for the poor, who can in no wise afford, on their own behalf, such extravagant and shameful waste, at the expense of necessities to their own lives.
  10. Another brother mason misogynist doctor. https://www.foxnews.com/health/ohio-legs-arms-amputated-dog-lick-infection.amp
  11. The Hamas and PLO Intifada movement in Israel — as well as Antifa in the U.S. — is very likely to be funded at least in part by the Israeli left. These are not exactly Orthodox Jews who keep kosher.
  12. Exclusive: FBI document warns conspiracy theories are a new domestic terrorism threat https://news.yahoo.com/fbi-documents-conspiracy-theories-terrorism-160000507.html by Jana Winter, formerly a reporter for The Intercept. >>> The FBI for the first time has identified fringe conspiracy theories as a domestic terrorist threat, according to a previously unpublicized document obtained by Yahoo News. (Read the document below.) >>> the theory that a pedophile ring including Clinton associates was being run out of the basement of a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant Jeffrey Epstein and company? That “theory” meets probable cause and is corroborated by the affidavit of Ted Gunderson, former Special Agent in Charge at the FBI, who was more likely than not murdered for his testimony. >>>“The FBI assesses these conspiracy theories very likely will emerge, spread, and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts, …” Now who are the criminals, here, again? The conspirators or those who call them out and plead for justice to be served? https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1117 Attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and murder for hire are crimes. Clearly it is not a crime to oppose such acts and bring them to the light of day, whether in the press or on internet forums, but how are the unjust to be brought to justice in the courts of the cursed and the damned? The term “leaked” may be inaccurate, of course. It’s faux news. The report was in all likelihood deliberately created and published by a faction of FBI closely allied with feminism, strong politics of “respect” for women, and above all an aggressive agenda of mental health enforcement and universal gun control. That agenda is characteristic of Interpol, headquartered in Lyon, France, and strongly opposed to the U.S. side of the trade war as represented by President Donald Trump. The French slept with the Nazi enemies and betrayed us in WWII, as it is becoming more and more evident nowadays, as they cavort with Islamic extremism. Yahoo has functioned as a corporate “safe harbor” of sorts for extremist Title IX feminists, in hiring and retaining other high-profile women such as Marissa Mayer from Google, etc. https://www.bop.gov/about/statistics/statistics_inmate_offenses.jsp https://www.bop.gov/about/statistics/statistics_inmate_gender.jsp Law enforcement feminism has gone too far under the Mafia’s Code of Omertà and obsequious “respect” for women under the authority of crime bosses. The number of prisoners incarcerated on sex offenses in the U.S. prison system is greater than the total number of female inmates. The statistics are unutterably and unbelievably shameful.
  13. # the instructive case in Finnish The instructive case is somewhat irregular and usually denoted by one of the endings - -in - -an - -äin - -än - -itse The most common ending «-in» is sometimes interpreted as a formal plural of the instructive, but the instructive case is too abstract to respect number. - käsi -> käsin (“by hand”) The instructive is almost always distinct from the genitive plural (e.g., «käsien») and the final syllable «-in» is pronounced with a very short vowel. The ending «-an» is also common; when this form occurs, it is spelled identically to the genitive singular, but again, the final vowel is very short in spoken Finnish. The front-vowel form «-än» is usually diphthongized to «-äin» except in the instructive of the third infinitive of a verb. - kerta -> kerran (“once upon a time” in the past or “one day” in the future, etc. ) - jalka -> jalan (“on foot” or “by foot” etc.) - puhuma -> puhuman (“by speaking”) - elämä -> elämän (“by living”) - pää -> päin (“heading” e.g., «Helsinkiin päin» = “heading toward Helsinki” etc.) The instructive case of the third infinitive of a verb, _preceded by its subject, if any, in the genitive case,_ is used idiomatically with «pitää» (“shall”) or «ei pidä» (“shall not”) to express a formal injunction or absolute future tense in Finnish. - Ei sinun pidä tappaman. (“Thou shalt not kill”) - Maasta olet sinä tullut; maaksi pitää sinun jälleen tuleman. (“Dust thou art; unto dust shalt thou return.”) (Remember that the instructive is in a realm of “formal instrumentation” where one has to “face the music.”) The second infinitive takes the ending «-en» in the instructive, or «-in» in older Finnish. When a noun already ends in «-in» in the nominative singular, the instructive takes the ending «-imitse». - puhelin -> puhelimitse (“by telephone”) - istuin -> istuimitse (“by means or instrumentation of the throne”) This ending is sometimes called the “prolative” but it is not really a separate case from the instructive; only a variant of the instructive perhaps borrowed from Estonian.