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This 5g shit needs to be outlawed.
- 2018-12-02T20:52:34+0000 - Updated: 2018-12-02T20:52:34+0000
This 5g shit needs to be outlawed.
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- 2018-12-03T22:31:49+0000 - Updated: 2018-12-04T17:20:06+0000
How come that 5G signal is dangerous if it represents a form of non-ionizing radiation? Where does danger come from in this case?
- 2018-12-04T08:02:57+0000
+Ermin Hasičević I heard some radar experts express an opinion that it should be immediately banned, based on their experiences with radars literally cooking birds in the air. I was never happy with GSM because of its potential influence on human tissues, but as the frequencies become more saturated and the total strength of the emissions increase, it's just a matter of time before all this finds some specific tissue or cell type that will be cooked more quickly and then it's not going to be good. Also, Andrija Puharich used to conduct ESP experiments and had much better results when his subjects were tested inside of EM shielded rooms; the better the shielding, the better the result. This infers that induction of EM waves into the tissues creates some form of chaotic interference that blocks higher spiritual functions, and ESP was just easiest to test for. So, essentially, if you want to meditate, doing it inside a grounded Faraday's cage might be a good idea.
- 2018-12-30T09:50:34+0000 - Updated: 2018-12-30T09:53:53+0000
+Ermin Hasičević Here's a more specific answer; the frequencies in this bandwidth are already being weaponized by the military:
- 2018-12-30T12:50:31+0000
+Danijel Turina I'm not sure if all those concerns would actually reach the wide public as there's a lot of interest coming, mostly(?), from from telecoms to adopt 5G. I would suppose that single 5G cell tower shouldn't be troublesome per se as radiation drops proportionally to the distance from a cell tower but I'm not aware what is total power required by 5G networks to be able to operate as advertised?!
- 2018-12-31T18:44:59+0000
+Ermin Hasičević I think the main driver of this technology are not the consumers; 3G is quite enough for them. It's the "internet of things", the self-driving cars, augmented reality, drones, and of course spying. Essentially, it's not like the customers can say "sorry, we didn't ask for this tech", because they are not really the customers anymore, they are the product that is being sold and controlled. So I assume we are going to end up with it no matter how much we protest, and if the frequency band opens up endless possibilities for abuse and harm, I guess we'll have the same choice we have now: rebel against a super-powerful Orvellian state and be crushed, or be docile slaves that are exploited, taxed, manipulated, lied to and killed when expedient.

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- 2018-11-24T14:39:29+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-24T14:39:29+0000
Today's catch.


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Top 50? How many brands are there? 49? Enter top 10 and then I'll take it...
- 2018-11-22T14:01:56+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-22T14:01:56+0000
Top 50? How many brands are there? 49? Enter top 10 and then I'll take it seriously, because if some Chinese brand is no. 19, that says something.

Lada love for Russian car brand as it ranks among world's top 50 best-sellers

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- 2018-11-20T17:19:50+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-20T17:19:50+0000
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It's interesting that the Russian climate model is the only one that accu...
- 2018-11-17T08:32:48+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-17T08:32:48+0000
It's interesting that the Russian climate model is the only one that accurately predicts reality, and people in the West just assume their "science" has to be superior to the Russians.
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So let me see if I understand this correctly. California is supposed to be th...
- 2018-11-12T07:16:49+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-12T07:16:49+0000
So let me see if I understand this correctly. California is supposed to be the wealthiest and most advanced state in the US. From what I had the opportunity to see, their fire control is less advanced than what we have in Croatia. They have droughts because they aren't capable of getting water from the state up north, Oregon, where water is abundant.
This is the country that is amassing troupes on Russian borders and threatening nuclear war.

If they can't handle a forest fire, how the hell would they handle nuclear bombs?

And meanwhile, Russia is finishing a gas pipeline to China, across the entire continent of Asia, and recently finished a bridge to Crimea, which means they would be able to solve Californian drought problem with a flick of a finger.

Death toll from California wildfires rises to 31, over 220 missing

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This kind of rhetoric is going to make every nation in the world that doesn&#...
- 2018-11-09T06:21:15+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-09T06:21:15+0000
This kind of rhetoric is going to make every nation in the world that doesn't want to be a slave to rally around Russia and China. And btw, that's what Americans mean by "freedom". Be a slave or die.

Iran leaders will have to fall in line if 'they want their people to eat,' Pompeo says

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- 2018-11-09T08:45:34+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-20T17:39:38+0000
You either subdue or else ... sounds pretty much in line with Mo and Quran to me. Ergo, Murica is the New Caliphate!

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- 2018-11-09T10:54:28+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-09T10:54:28+0000
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- 2018-11-07T17:48:14+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-07T17:48:14+0000
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- 2018-11-07T19:05:49+0000
Other than agreeing with the general things this man is saying, I find it annoying how even the rational people in the West preface their argument with "I'm no fan of Putin, but...". Really? You gain credibility by affirming the generally believed bullshit? Also, he tries to equalise blame between the Western and Russian press, and I disagree with that too. I'm reading the Russian press because it's the voice of intellectual freedom behind the iron curtain of propaganda. People in the Soviet block listened to the Voice of America etc. in Russian because it broke the curtain of propaganda, and now we under the CIA's curtain of propaganda listen to RT, Sputnik and others in order to find out the truth. The only things I don't like about Russia is their positive stance towards Islam, which I detest, and their essentially socialist big-state attitudes. But regarding other things they are essentially spot on. There's no partition of blame. The Russians have a very nuanced, detailed insight into what's going on in the West, it can hardly be called propaganda. It's just that the West has gone bat-shit crazy.
- 2018-11-07T21:02:44+0000
Having positive stance on Islam sounds like one step away from converting to so I really hope Russians wouldn't ever become that stupid and having Syria and Iran for allies is just part of the geostrategic game they play with Murica. On the other side having Syria and Iran for allies is more decent than having main supporters of all islamic headchoppers around the world i.e. Saudis for ally as Murica does. From my point of view it seems that all Islamic countries that had a remote chance to step into modern times fell back to their Islamic roots thanks to America's meddling into internal affairs of those countries.
- 2018-11-08T06:12:12+0000
+Ermin Hasičević In my opinion, this resurgence of the radical Islam has two main causes. First is the fact that America, with its petrodollar policies, managed to isolate this most radical version of Islam against having to either remain a helpless backwater, or integrate into the modern society, and they did this by allowing them to profit endlessly from oil, without having to work for money. Without having to work, they never had to face the fact of their backwardness and uselessness, and instead they had the impression that they are superior beings whom God had blessed with endless money, while the inferior beings had to work. And of course, then they used their position to advance their beliefs around the world.
The second cause is the moral crisis of the West. You see, in the sixties and seventies you couldn't find a single covered woman in Egypt, for instance. They were all quite modern. However, as the West turned out to have nothing to offer spiritually, people turned to their locally supplied religion, which of course was Saudi-sponsored in its most radical form, without any subtlety introduced by Sufis or other reformists. Besides, I know how religions work, that's why I, for instance, anticipated long ago that Islam will always revert to its most radical form, because this form is based on scripture, and that "modern" Islamic societies are a temporary artefact which historically never took hold for long. Islam always had phases where it appeared to be able to modernise, but they never lasted. Unlike Christianity, Buddhism or Hinduism, Islam is irredeemably primitive and irreformable.

It depends on what is actually good for trans people. I don't personally ...
- 2018-11-04T07:13:35+0000 - Updated: 2018-11-04T07:13:35+0000
It depends on what is actually good for trans people. I don't personally think that forcing the gender issues down people's throats is good for trans people, because 3rd Newton's law is applicable to sociology and the "equal and opposite reaction" tends to be nasty. What I'm trying to say is, if someone thinks that it helps gay or trans people if you try to destroy the conventional definitions of gender, sex, sexuality and family, that person has very poor understanding of human nature. What I really think will help is to show that trans people are not threatening civilisation as we know it; and honestly, all SJW policies have done so far is make normal people annoyed to the point of electing Trump. If further annoyed, they will elect a Hitler, and then all hell will break loose. So, essentially, if someone is trying to stop all this gender bullshit before it got too far, he's really doing you a huge favor, because honestly, Blaire doesn't need a special transgender bathroom, she will do perfectly well with a female one, without trying to break the concepts of sex, gender or the way humans interact. And judging by the way we anti-SJW people react to Blaire, if transgender people behave in a normal, civilisationally non-threatening way, we will go out of our way to treat them with kindness and just provide them with everything they need in order to function comfortably. But those who force gay poetry and pink dresses on boys in order to "break gender stereotypes" will eventually get all trans and gay people killed.
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