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Badselfeater-Eat yo self!

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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:20 AM
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I am all for people who believe in something and their causes. However, when someone deceives, entices, and flat out lies, then has the audacity to mock everyone in their speech Is just wrong. The guy seems educated, but to say everyone over and over... And, without addressing issues and clearing the air for people who have been raped or babies that may have some illness isn't cool either. Kind of a selfish thing all the way around.

You made people believe that your cause was something different than what is was. Federal Beast... How about mom beast or something more fitting. You lied to try to benefit your cause.

Screw you. I hope anon comes after you for mocking them-they have actually done something about their causes. You knew that no one would listen to your crazy a$$ talk about abortions and you made a video for your girlfriend so she would sleep with you because she loves how passionate you are towards the subject... Okay that last part is a bit of my own bias, but you paved the path for the expression "When in Rome"...

Thanks for wasting our time. I appreciate the effort, and would of appreciated it more had it been truthful, but you lied/deceived so take your arguement elsewhere.
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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:22 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd

Conspiracy theorists like much of the ATS community were essentially targeted for Badselfeater's ulterior motives - not to "share some big secret", but to accuse and talk down to us.

He made fun of us people who study things like the NWO, Bilderberg Group, etc. and then attacked us.

Very, very disappointing.

When the video popped up and he started yelling at everyone, I had half a mind to smash my computer screen, lol





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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:24 AM
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a reply to: FamCore
I agree 100%. He did he mocked us all.



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:27 AM
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a reply to: FamCore
Bwahahaha on the pics, and I wanted to call him and tell him he is an idiot too exploiting people that have had to go through that and us too.

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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:33 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd


What I would really like to see is a Bad Lip Reading of his video (after the "Medical part, ofc).





posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:35 AM
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originally posted by: Lakotas
a reply to: samlf3rd


What I would really like to see is a Bad Lip Reading of his video (after the "Medical part, ofc).



Omg Yes!!!
Someone do it. I bet the real slim shady would even suffice too.



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:37 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd

Then he has the audacity to act like "he really does appreciate conspiracy theorists"... what a joke



For the record, I do think that the hacker and conspiracy theorist community does have a lot to offer in the fight against child sacrifice and I do appreciate much of what they do to correct the steady flow of misinformation put out by the "real" media. My point was not to downgrade any of the good folks out there who are working to expose evil organization's, breakdown false flags, or shine a light on the nefarious dealings of various secret societies.

As I said in my video, I actually track with a lot of what's being said. My point is that people who are prone to fight evils seem to be obsessed with decoding symbols, exposing strange ceremonies, and uncovering possible evil plots when a very real and very well known evil is going on in their midst. Just think about it.


from T. Russel Hunter's FB page (no longer available)
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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:40 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd

He didn't force you to look at his countdown timer and he didn't force you to to listen to his video.

I feel like people would be crying less if it was a movie promotion.

At least it was a message and he did have an opinion about something he's passionate about, not like you have to agree with his message.

The world didn't end and I can still use my debit card to buy food. I don't need a countdown timer to know my government is corrupt.

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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:43 AM
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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: samlf3rd

Then he has the audacity to act like "he really does appreciate conspiracy theorists"... what a joke



For the record, I do think that the hacker and conspiracy theorist community does have a lot to offer in the fight against child sacrifice and I do appreciate much of what they do to correct the steady flow of misinformation put out by the "real" media. My point was not to downgrade any of the good folks out there who are working to expose evil organization's, breakdown false flags, or shine a light on the nefarious dealings of various secret societies.

As I said in my video, I actually track with a lot of what's being said. My point is that people who are prone to fight evils seem to be obsessed with decoding symbols, exposing strange ceremonies, and uncovering possible evil plots when a very real and very well known evil is going on in their midst. Just think about it.


www.facebook.com...


Yes, because now he knows he pissed off a good portion of the world.

Abortion is not some hidden evil. Abortion is a choice by the person carrying the child. I really don't agree with abortion, but it's not my choice, not is it my body or my child, or my relationship, or my financial status given the situation. There are too many factors involved in judging people for what you consider wrong.



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:45 AM
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originally posted by: JDmOKI
a reply to: samlf3rd

He didn't force you to look at his countdown timer and he didn't force you to to listen to his video.

I feel like people would be crying less if it was a movie promotion.

At least it was a message and he did have an opinion about something he's passionate about, not like you have to agree with his message.

The world didn't end and I can still use my debit card to buy food. I don't need a countdown timer to know my government is corrupt.

Yes captain hindsight we understand that... Lol jk
He lied and enticed us to view it. No kidding I wasn't forced to watch it. But the build up was more intriguing than the cause because of his accusations that is what we are mad about.



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:49 AM
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I followed this story intently. While I'm happy the reveal didn't include some mass destruction or the like, it was definitely most anti-climactic.

The problem I have with it, is that it did absolutely nothing. Nobody's talking about abortions because of this. Nobody changed their views because of this. Nobody has become more aware.

It was basically a huge waste of time and effort on his part.

He's the one who actually got the short end of the coat hanger here, not us.



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:51 AM
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a reply to: CheckPointCharlie
You are right I didn't even see it on the news... Ha!



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:56 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd

All of his messages were incredibly ambiguous. People are mad because it wasn't the message they wanted and didn't live up to the doom porn hype.

isn't the first countdown timer to disappoint everyone. The linked countdown timer below didn't even get to zero and everyone was freaking out about it.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:56 AM
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a reply to: CheckPointCharlie

Honestly, the symbolism in his posts seemed very interesting and mysterious, but he didn't do a good job with the deliver.

He could have at least TRIED to tie the issue of abortions to the "petrodollar", using statistics on how much it costs/how much hospitals earn for each procedure.

He could have included information about lobbying groups and the corruptible nature of our lawmakers, which would tie back to his earlier posts.. but he did none of this. In the end, his "message" didn't circle back to any of the issues or symbolism he used in the puzzling bread crumbs.

I hope Disney and Apple sue him for copyright infringement, using their logos on his art for his own agenda



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 09:57 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd

A Christian, judging and condemning others

Are you really surprised ?



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 10:08 AM
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Although I don't agree with his anti-abortion views I'm perfectly fine with how he conveyed his message. I understand a lot of people in the alternative communities feel taken in by his methods. Hell, the whole thing piqued my interest. Not to the level of some, but it still got my attention. When taking into consideration this new world of digital communications such is the nature of the beast. Take it as a lesson learned. You have to be guarded about what you see, what you commit to. Snake oil salesmen have always existed, just now, as opposed to before, they have a platform to sell their snake oil to many more people.

Here's the thing.

He decided to do something that may very well affect the people around him. His family got doxxed within 2 hours of his "revelation". Just as all of us who learned a lesson, he will learn a lesson as well. He better not have any serious skeletons in his digital closet because it will be found. And when the probable hammer comes down on him I don't want to hear pleads for sympathy.

He made his decision. Now he'll burn for his swine.


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posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 10:13 AM
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a reply to: samlf3rd

Thank you for saying what many felt



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 12:37 PM
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a reply to: FamCore


I hope Disney and Apple sue him for copyright infringement, using their logos on his art for his own agenda



You kidding? It was probably a psyop by Disney....

I'm kidding.

Or am I?


the panel recommended that the National Security Council debunk UFO reports and institute a policy of public education to reassure propaganda to socially-program the belief by the public of a false lack of evidence behind UFOs. It suggested using the mass media, advertising, business clubs, schools, and even the Disney corporation to get the message across.


Just look at the Minerva Initiative... or any of the Soros propaganda efforts, or pretty much any of the NGOs funded by Corporate Interests, and this whole thing stinks like something they might've been engaged in.

Another idea people are musing...the alternative is that, the guy seen is not even related to it originally, and they were cut down before they could release anything. I don't believe that's the case because I think early foreshadowing spoke about abortion. So IMO, this is incorrect.

Just ask "Qui Bono", what has this accomplished? It's made people think "it's my body and my right, & someone out there wants to take that away from me., aka: pushing the Soros platform (of destroying traditional values) further, and its also caused resentment towards the conspiracy crowd.

Mission accomplished.

So who's behind it?




Now, don't misquote me or take me out of context, I am not declaring Minerva was behind it... Though this is just one example of DoD funding efforts to 'research' social influence, programming and 'cultural' ...stuff. Eventually people need to ask themselves, with so much funding and efforts made at controlling and programming or tracking society, where are they in actual society? These things manifested in the 50s & 60s under similar programs (much of which, the data was purged) but social experiments and/or what is...basically, human research (aka:researching humans), has been going on a long time, and its documented that various memes or movements, or manifestations of these kinds of researches impacted society in similar ways, as say some random bills being found all over the world, then a video on abortion.

This reeks of psychological warfare. In my opinion. What the angle is I don't know, but it stinks.



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 01:21 PM
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a reply to: boncho

thanks for bringing up the PSYOP idea. In fact, that was the first comment on the original "Beast Bills" thread, posted by me





is it a PSYOP or civilian project? That's my first question



posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 08:32 PM
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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: CheckPointCharlie

Honestly, the symbolism in his posts seemed very interesting and mysterious, but he didn't do a good job with the deliver.

He could have at least TRIED to tie the issue of abortions to the "petrodollar", using statistics on how much it costs/how much hospitals earn for each procedure.

He could have included information about lobbying groups and the corruptible nature of our lawmakers, which would tie back to his earlier posts.. but he did none of this. In the end, his "message" didn't circle back to any of the issues or symbolism he used in the puzzling bread crumbs.

I hope Disney and Apple sue him for copyright infringement, using their logos on his art for his own agenda

Very good analysis! I didn't think about the logo stuff. And yes he had no research just complaining about how we all ignore abortions!




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