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#1    chopmo

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 05:37 AM

http://www.facebook.com/IlluminatiThe


Not saying it's the real deal in any way, shape or form but some idiot has gone and done it to say the least. The stupidest bit is the post from others sections kids offering themselves to satan to obtain fortune and people abusing them, it was amusing to read for a minute. From what I can tell it's just another I'll post a random quote every 20 minutes to fill up your stream deals.

Either way I hate a good percentage of people even more now. For this exact reason, there is no excuse for being this bloody stupid. Not just about the pages but about 75% of all things in the world.

It's the next generation all these tosser's are waiting for. The stupid, mentall lazy and nieve generation "zzzzz". It has just been getting worse for the mojority over the last generations I feel. Good if your into the whole let one Sect dominate the world stuff especially when your in need of slave labour.

I threat about the bull**** I will have to face when my child starts school. Mind you it will be funny to send her in with some realy evidence rather than school books. Which everyone has their joke or two about.

Is it true in the states that some schools still have information from the civil war (well old to say the least, in the ways of that its outdated and old information) and use it to teach modern history? (in the way tv pays out on it being... well used to pay out on it).

I'm not saying I don't see the "bigger picture" in motion or the "bigger picture" doesn't exist in the world of today. Just couldn't understand why someone took their time to make something like this. Especially for something that is extremely protective, not in the sence that they are completely unknown but the work very f*in hard to keep it the of being in the shadows at least. But hey if it's for trolling purposes we'll never understand why they are so bored.

Edited by chopmo, 08 February 2013 - 05:54 AM.

why is everyone so &^%$ing concerned with "the end"...
new beginnings is what you should be concerned about...

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Posted 10 April 2013 - 09:15 PM

View Postchopmo, on 08 February 2013 - 05:37 AM, said:

http://www.facebook.com/IlluminatiThe


Not saying it's the real deal in any way, shape or form but some idiot has gone and done it to say the least. The stupidest bit is the post from others sections kids offering themselves to satan to obtain fortune and people abusing them, it was amusing to read for a minute. From what I can tell it's just another I'll post a random quote every 20 minutes to fill up your stream deals.

Either way I hate a good percentage of people even more now. For this exact reason, there is no excuse for being this bloody stupid. Not just about the pages but about 75% of all things in the world.

It's the next generation all these tosser's are waiting for. The stupid, mentall lazy and nieve generation "zzzzz". It has just been getting worse for the mojority over the last generations I feel. Good if your into the whole let one Sect dominate the world stuff especially when your in need of slave labour.

I threat about the bull**** I will have to face when my child starts school. Mind you it will be funny to send her in with some realy evidence rather than school books. Which everyone has their joke or two about.

Is it true in the states that some schools still have information from the civil war (well old to say the least, in the ways of that its outdated and old information) and use it to teach modern history? (in the way tv pays out on it being... well used to pay out on it).

I'm not saying I don't see the "bigger picture" in motion or the "bigger picture" doesn't exist in the world of today. Just couldn't understand why someone took their time to make something like this. Especially for something that is extremely protective, not in the sence that they are completely unknown but the work very f*in hard to keep it the of being in the shadows at least. But hey if it's for trolling purposes we'll never understand why they are so bored.

Yes, we are taught information from the civil war.

We are taught information from the revolutionary war.

Vietnam

World War I

World War II

etc...

I guess since the information on said subjects is coming from the source, we can take it as reliable.  If you are talking about text book being used from the civil war, no. That would be incorrect.  While some books that were written in some of the wars mentioned above may still be given to be read as part of a lesson, from my experience I never handled and read my standard lessons out of books that were over a hundred years old.


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Posted 10 April 2013 - 11:02 PM

View PostUgly1, on 10 April 2013 - 09:15 PM, said:

Yes, we are taught information from the civil war.

We are taught information from the revolutionary war.

Vietnam

World War I

World War II

etc...

I guess since the information on said subjects is coming from the source, we can take it as reliable.  If you are talking about text book being used from the civil war, no. That would be incorrect.  While some books that were written in some of the wars mentioned above may still be given to be read as part of a lesson, from my experience I never handled and read my standard lessons out of books that were over a hundred years old.
I think you missed me on that one, wasn't trying to push on the fact. Being in a different country all we have to go from is your country's media and yeah there is alot of "outdated books punchlines" out there. Just curious whether it was real or not, I don't expect it to be like that now but say 20 years ago when information was slack unless it came from a leader then it was there version of it.

why is everyone so &^%$ing concerned with "the end"...
new beginnings is what you should be concerned about...

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 10:33 AM

View Postchopmo, on 10 April 2013 - 11:02 PM, said:

I think you missed me on that one, wasn't trying to push on the fact. Being in a different country all we have to go from is your country's media and yeah there is alot of "outdated books punchlines" out there. Just curious whether it was real or not, I don't expect it to be like that now but say 20 years ago when information was slack unless it came from a leader then it was there version of it.

I don't think I missed you on that one.

We now have the internet. This makes it a lot easier to crosscheck your information.


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Posted 11 April 2013 - 11:52 AM

Once again it's not like I can google did americans really use outdated/biased texts in education? and expect a real answer rather than a bunch of keyboard warriors on yahoo or whatever. But anyways...

why is everyone so &^%$ing concerned with "the end"...
new beginnings is what you should be concerned about...

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 12:51 PM

View Postchopmo, on 08 February 2013 - 05:37 AM, said:

http://www.facebook.com/IlluminatiThe


Not saying it's the real deal in any way, shape or form but some idiot has gone and done it to say the least. The stupidest bit is the post from others sections kids offering themselves to satan to obtain fortune and people abusing them, it was amusing to read for a minute. From what I can tell it's just another I'll post a random quote every 20 minutes to fill up your stream deals.

Either way I hate a good percentage of people even more now. For this exact reason, there is no excuse for being this bloody stupid. Not just about the pages but about 75% of all things in the world.

It's the next generation all these tosser's are waiting for. The stupid, mentall lazy and nieve generation "zzzzz". It has just been getting worse for the mojority over the last generations I feel. Good if your into the whole let one Sect dominate the world stuff especially when your in need of slave labour.

I threat about the bull**** I will have to face when my child starts school. Mind you it will be funny to send her in with some realy evidence rather than school books. Which everyone has their joke or two about.

Is it true in the states that some schools still have information from the civil war (well old to say the least, in the ways of that its outdated and old information) and use it to teach modern history? (in the way tv pays out on it being... well used to pay out on it).

I'm not saying I don't see the "bigger picture" in motion or the "bigger picture" doesn't exist in the world of today. Just couldn't understand why someone took their time to make something like this. Especially for something that is extremely protective, not in the sence that they are completely unknown but the work very f*in hard to keep it the of being in the shadows at least. But hey if it's for trolling purposes we'll never understand why they are so bored.

I have seen some students use textbooks that still say Reagan is president...LOL
But, yeah, even if they are NEWER textbooks, it is friggin' "revisionist" history bullroar. Not to mention the fact, when they mention the JFK Assassination, it is always a "lone gunman" theory that they talk about. Thank God for the internet! At least nowadays, you can look up a wealth of information on the internet and double check the textbooks. But, then again when I was in school and we were using a fifteen year old textbook, if I tried to correct the teacher I got sent to the Principle's Office...And that did happen quite often....
Fascists.... :D


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Posted 12 April 2013 - 12:54 AM

View PostKowalski, on 11 April 2013 - 12:51 PM, said:

I have seen some students use textbooks that still say Reagan is president...LOL
But, yeah, even if they are NEWER textbooks, it is friggin' "revisionist" history bullroar. Not to mention the fact, when they mention the JFK Assassination, it is always a "lone gunman" theory that they talk about. Thank God for the internet! At least nowadays, you can look up a wealth of information on the internet and double check the textbooks. But, then again when I was in school and we were using a fifteen year old textbook, if I tried to correct the teacher I got sent to the Principle's Office...And that did happen quite often....
Fascists.... :D

That's exactly what I was getting at above, lol. I know all countries would've had the period of s***ty information but I have only heard majority towards america, russia... bar the 3rd world, but that doesn't really count. I just find it qwerky which is what fuels my intrest most of the time. My daughter will probally end up the same. Open learning rather than the factory lines biased history. Australia for example still teaches the British were here first. Meanwhile we have uncovered egyption monuments all over Australia (east coast most prodomenantly)... I live 40 minutes from a pyramid, terraces and a plaza hidden in the protected national forest which is a non-white people national forest. I say this because white people are not supposed to be able to go into aboriginal sanctuaries without elders agreeing upon (which is fair they are preserving what culture/artifacts and history they have left)(Live with me and you'll soon realise there's a difference between racism and realism). But the bigger thing I know of for this national park is that there is about 7 tribes of cannabalistic un-socialised aboriginals in that national park which is personally why I have never tried to see in person. But there is published articles all over about the finds and a monuments. To top all of that, you can actually phsyically see the different sub-races of the aboriginal peoples. Top of WA all have long striaght black hair from years of trading with the indonesian, the top of qld they have naturally short curly hair from interbreeding with Papua New Guinea. I don't know too much about the southern side and difference. But still if it is phsyically notable in characteristics wouldn't that be leading cause to maybe rethink your power play of how it all went down.

Edited by chopmo, 12 April 2013 - 12:56 AM.

why is everyone so &^%$ing concerned with "the end"...
new beginnings is what you should be concerned about...

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 03:58 AM

View PostUgly1, on 11 April 2013 - 10:33 AM, said:

I don't think I missed you on that one.

We now have the internet. This makes it a lot easier to crosscheck your information.

No, I think you did miss what he was saying.

He was talking about school books that were used during the civil war period, still being used today. Not books ABOUT the civil war.

Also, not everything posted on the internet is reliable, which is why libraries are still around.

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 04:59 AM

Facebook page.

Would that not be detrimental to the whole secret society thing?


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Posted 12 April 2013 - 01:19 PM

View Postchopmo, on 12 April 2013 - 12:54 AM, said:

That's exactly what I was getting at above, lol. I know all countries would've had the period of s***ty information but I have only heard majority towards america, russia... bar the 3rd world, but that doesn't really count. I just find it qwerky which is what fuels my intrest most of the time. My daughter will probally end up the same. Open learning rather than the factory lines biased history. Australia for example still teaches the British were here first. Meanwhile we have uncovered egyption monuments all over Australia (east coast most prodomenantly)... I live 40 minutes from a pyramid, terraces and a plaza hidden in the protected national forest which is a non-white people national forest. I say this because white people are not supposed to be able to go into aboriginal sanctuaries without elders agreeing upon (which is fair they are preserving what culture/artifacts and history they have left)(Live with me and you'll soon realise there's a difference between racism and realism). But the bigger thing I know of for this national park is that there is about 7 tribes of cannabalistic un-socialised aboriginals in that national park which is personally why I have never tried to see in person. But there is published articles all over about the finds and a monuments. To top all of that, you can actually phsyically see the different sub-races of the aboriginal peoples. Top of WA all have long striaght black hair from years of trading with the indonesian, the top of qld they have naturally short curly hair from interbreeding with Papua New Guinea. I don't know too much about the southern side and difference. But still if it is phsyically notable in characteristics wouldn't that be leading cause to maybe rethink your power play of how it all went down.

Well, I remember learning that Columbus was the first person to discover America...And now they are saying the Vikings or the Phoenicians may have. There are NUMEROUS theories on who really discovered America. Then there was the interesting thing about how they did some DNA tests on some members of the Cherokee Indian tribe and they found JEWISH DNA in there!! How in the WORLD did that happen?? :huh:


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Posted 12 April 2013 - 01:41 PM

It's no fun when your science toys poke holes I guess.

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