thegreatresoot: The elites know how to misdirect both the sexual and reproductive instincts of both genders to prevent them from procreating and forming stable families. H.G. Wells talked about this within his book "The Open Conspiracy".
“There is no strong instinctive desire for multitudinous offspring, as such, in the feminine make-up. The reproductive impulses operate indirectly. Nature ensures a pressure of population through passions and instincts that, given sufficient knowledge, intelligence, and freedom on the part of women, can be satisfactorily gratified and tranquillized, if need be, without the production of numerous children. Very slight adjustments in social and economic arrangements will, in a world of clear available knowledge and straightforward practice in these matters, supply sufficient inducement or discouragement to affect the general birth rate or the birth rate of specific types as the directive sense of the community may consider desirable. So long as the majority of human beings are begotten involuntarily in lust and ignorance so long does man remain like any other animal under the moulding pressure of competition for subsistence. Social and political processes change entirely in their character when we recognize the possibility and practicability of this fundamental revolution in human biology.” - H.G. Wells, The Open Conspiracy
well L I T: cull (n.1)
1610s, "a selection, something picked out," from cull (v.). From 1791 as "flock animal selected as inferior;" 1958 as "a killing of animals deemed inferior."
also from 1610s
1690s, earlier cully (1660s) "a dupe, a sap-head," "a verdant fellow who is easily deceived, tricked, or imposed on" [Century Dictionary], rogues' slang, of uncertain origin.
Perhaps a shortening of cullion "base fellow," originally "testicle" (from French couillon, from Old French coillon "testicle; worthless fellow, dolt," from Latin coleus, literally "strainer bag;" see cojones). Another theory traces it to Romany (Gypsy) chulai "man." Also sometimes in the form cully, however some authorities assert cully was the canting term for "dupe" and cull was generic "man, fellow" without implication of gullibility. Compare also gullible. Related: Cullibility (1728).
well L I T in reply to thegreatresoot: They let us know in many ways don't they? Even given it a name "cully" "a dupe, a sap-head," "a verdant fellow who is easily deceived, tricked, or imposed on. "testicle; worthless fellow, dolt," from Latin coleus, literally "strainer bag; see cojones)
well L I T: Is it true that there is ultimately no existence for truth?
To make the statement that there is no absolute truth is illogical. Yet, today, many people are embracing a cultural relativism that denies any type of absolute truth.
A good question to ask people who say, “There is no absolute truth” is this: “Are you absolutely sure of that?” If they say “yes,” they have made an absolute statement—which itself implies the existence of absolutes. They are saying that the very fact there is no absolute truth is the one and only absolute truth.
Besides the problem of self-contradiction, there are several other logical problems one must overcome to believe that there are no absolute or universal truths. One is that all humans have limited knowledge and finite minds and, therefore, cannot logically make absolute negative statements.
FOR EXAMPLE: A person cannot logically say, “There is no God” (even though many do so), because, in order to make such a statement, he would need to have absolute knowledge of the entire universe from beginning to end. Since that is impossible, the most anyone can logically say is “With the limited knowledge I have, I do not believe there is a God.”
well L I T: http://www.seemypersonality.com/#q1
Personality Type: The Craftsman (BICGS) Craftsmen are emotionally balanced, which means that they are less prone to depression and are able to cope well with feelings of anxiety, anger and vulnerability. Due to their independence and reserve, sometimes the Craftsman can be perceived as arrogant or unfriendly, however this is merely because they don't require the same level of social stimulation or interaction that others may seek. The Craftsman generally prefers fact over fiction and security and stability over ambiguity and disorder. Sticking with convention and familiar routines is generally best. With a healthy skepticism of the motives of others, and a belief in justice and being self made, sometimes the Craftsman can come across as guarded or intimidating. However the Craftsman has a refreshing impulsiveness about them, they tend to dislike too many rules and regulations and can be casual and whimsical.(Oh yeah)
well L I T: If you believe that your thoughts originate inside your brain,
do you also believe that television shows are made
inside your television set?
- Warren Ellis
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well L I T: The double headed eagle was the symbol of Rome. That’s why the Catholic Church made changes allowing for idols. In fact in the center courtyard of the Vatican is the obelisk which is the penis of Osiris and from above resembles the Celtic circles of the druids. The Catholic Church also made changes to allow for Catholics to join secret organizations. The Cabal wanted one of their own as pope and finally they got their wish. The popes have publicly given hints along the years, it is said that the very first pope was witnessed walking through the streets with two swords in hand declaring “I am Caesar”. As much as the Vatican appears to be of Christianity, the pope and his disciples are the furthest thing from it. Also their are objects that represent the free masons in every region they control globally. The obelisk is see in Paris, Washington’s DC, Nee York, London etc. Even the Statue of Liberty is a symbols of the free masons it was forged in the image of Rome’s goddess Libertas Rome’s papal “mother of the harlots and the abominations of the earth” . Everything about that statue has free masons written all over it.