justin347

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  1. I'd like to explain a little more about this gangstalking, particularly my own experiences. When my gangstalking first started about 10 or 12 years ago or so, an armed man impersonating a cop tried to arrest me at work. After that, the gangstalkers would repeatedly break into my car, steal my registration and insurance paperwork, and leave trash or items that I had already thrown away back in my car. They were continually fiddling with my turn signals and brake lights, too, so they never worked reliably: bulbs would be burned out most of the time and the electrical connections would go b
  2. There is quite an online community of "targeted individuals" who say they have been gangstalked and/or harassed via high-tech electronic means. I know gangstalking is real, (it has happened to me,) but I am somewhat skeptical of some of the far-out claims that are made of the capabilities of chip implants, mind control, satellite surveillance, and so forth. I think there are plenty of ways within the realm of established technology to accomplish some of this surveillance and harassment that is reported. I list here several TI/GS/EH websites, but I prefer to reserve judgment as to each parti
  3. Just my opinion, but it's absurd to think that was a monument built by human-like aliens---the atmosphere of Mars is way too thin and there is almost no oxygen. There is nothing to breathe and nothing to eat or drink on Mars. It's just a natural rock formation. I don't know why alien conspiracy theories are so popular.
  4. Yeah I see now. Those are cabinets in the background. I thought it was wainscoting. But if it's that big, I don't think you're wrong about the weight---you said "over forty pounds." It's huge.
  5. Seems like a ball of string 3' in diameter would weigh a lot more than 40 lb.
  6. The so-called Donation of Constantine was considered genuine as long as it served the purposes of the Church, and when it no longer did so, it was admitted to be a forgery. And then the history of one female Pope Joan was covered up by the Catholic Church after Wycliffe, Hus, and the Reformers used it to argue against the infallibility of the pope.
  7. I guess it's happening already in Chicago: Armed robber, identified by facial recognition technology, gets 22 years See how it's reported: nobody would object to using this new technology to catch an armed robber. RT reports in a little more detail: Chicago police start using facial-recognition software to arrest suspects It just gets worse and worse.
  8. That's a good question, and I'd have to do some more research to really answer that one. Owning the world's reserve currency means we can import goods, and pay for them in dollars, and then when those dollars are held abroad as reserves, we simply devalue them, so that we as a nation never really have to make good on that payment. It's a sort of reverse mercantilism, and the BRICS are starting to get wise to it, so they are starting their own development bank. I think what our elites are hoping is that if the world is going to dump the dollar as reserves, it is ultimately going to hav
  9. We are getting closer to a totalitarian state where the government will know where we are and what we are doing at all times. They already have license plate recognition technology and a huge database of where and when our car was seen at any time by any one of a huge network of cameras. No doubt they'll do the same with facial recognition software and the surveillance cameras increasingly present at all public places and stores. It'll be used to fight crime and locate fugitives. But slowly we are entering a society where we will all be treated as criminals. And there is such a careful sp
  10. There's a theory that connects the rise of serial killers with lead poisoning http://www.alternet.org/news-amp-politics/astonishing-argument-why-violent-crime-rates-have-dropped.
  11. The banking elites of the U.S., Japan, and Europe are currently engaged in an unprecedented money-printing spree. The problem is that these nations are so deeply indebted that they are actually insolvent. The solution proposed by the elites is to just print the money to pay off these debts. By all this money printing, they are hoping that the GDP of these nations will rise in nominal terms as prices increase throughout the economy, and that after a period of heavy inflation, the debt won't be so burdensome to pay off with the debauched currency. All this extra money that is printed, tho
  12. I don't know where the idea that Bitcoin transactions are untraceable comes from. Maybe governments spread this idea in the hopes that not-very-astute criminals will use Bitcoin to engage in illicit transactions and then they can be caught. https://bitcoin.org/en/protect-your-privacy
  13. Patented screws and batteries soldered in---of course this is planned obsolescence. Don't fix it; buy a new one. And what a racket. Cell phones are sold on credit under a contract and you have to pay a ridiculous premium if you don't take the contract. And you have to buy a new phone every so often under these contracts because you are paying for it anyways. Part of it is software bloat, too. Newer versions of software accumulate more and more cruft in the code and they inevitably need more processing speed and more storage space to perform the same function.