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False Flags, Islamophobia, Putin, North Korean Nukes, Iranian Threats... Is This The End?

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posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 10:03 AM
"End" does not have to denote extinction. It can relate to many other things, like the life we've become accustomed to, freedom, economic security etc.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 10:13 AM

originally posted by: Hefficide

"End" does not have to denote extinction. It can relate to many other things, like the life we've become accustomed to, freedom, economic security etc.
Very true. There are multiple "Ends" to consider, I was referring only to some humanity extinction level event.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 11:01 AM
a reply to: CagliostroTheGreat

I have "felt it"'my entire life. Something has been wrong all along. Yes its coming, but that feeling of imminence is nothing new for those of us that have been politically aware since the pre911 mentality evolved.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 11:16 AM

What we now see unfolding is the happening as some people would put it or sh** is going to hit the fan

The world is crashing down around TPTB and they know it.

What we will see for the next 2 years is them backpedaling, trying to get some damage control going.

They'll tell us that nothing is wrong, don't panic. They'll also tell us that conspiracy theorists should be considered potential domestic terrorists. Anyone not agreeing with the party line of BS is an enemy.

Give up your guns, you want to stop criminals from getting them right? Turn in your guns, you want to protect the children right? We're taking your guns, you aren't qualified to own them anymore.

This site is full of blah blah and would bes and have beens.

However, I am stating for the record my position on this whole shebang.

When, not if, but when they come for our lawfully acquired and Constitutionally protected possessions, I will be waiting. I once waited three weeks without moving so that I could get a good opportunity. Time has no bearing on me, but my rights and the rights of my fellow Americans is all the meaning I have left in this world and I won't give them up without a fight.
And they'll be getting more than just firearms, they'll be getting what comes out of a firearm as well.

You can all sit here and type angrily, maybe even write a strongly worded letter. You guys can wait for someone else to stand up and say no to TPTB. Not me. The time for waiting is over and the time for action is coming.

I'm calling it now. There will be war before the end of this year and revolution next year.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 11:29 AM
a reply to: SheopleNation

Its too bad someone with that kind of access to these people cant do something to them on the sly isnt it hypothetically speaking o f course. something in the food or air. the russians are more than willing to part with certain agents that are of a discreet nature for liquidating threats. The only way to beat these types of people is to sink to their level,but the trick it seems is coming back up to a higher one after its done. All hypothetical speculation though.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 12:32 PM
a reply to: CagliostroTheGreat

I've been feeling it for years.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 12:59 PM
a reply to: CagliostroTheGreat

Nope I don't feel it. The same people saying they feel something "big" is coming felt it in 1999 before the millennium. In all of 2012, most of last year, you know in case the calendar makers were off by a year, and are saying it still. All I can say is I'm glad I wasn't holding my breath. Of course they're bound to get it right sooner or later but getting everybody to agree on what the "big" thing is is the problem. But it'll be "big"...

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:02 PM
a reply to: AutumnWitch657

I didn't even pay attention to most of the things that freaked everyone else out, like Y2K. But the things in Cyberspace are my wheelhouse and they are all askew, in strange, strange ways. I've been online longer than most - back to when online meant connecting to a BBS... and have never before seen the machinations reach this magnitude. They're all old tricks, but they used to be things that happened once in a blue moon.... Now it's a constant barrage.

I truly do think, based upon life experience and evidence, that something paradigm changing is happening.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:03 PM

originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: xuenchen

Judging by what I've been catching up on, the feeling is that Putin might back NK.

If true, this shows once again, how the Chinese are smart, and Putin is stupid.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:14 PM
a reply to: Pylgrym

Are you sure you don't mean post 911 mentality? Just wondering because I'm not sure I know what a pre 911 mentality would entail.
As for feeling this your whole life so when you were 6 and playing on the playground equipment in elementary school, in between milk and cookie breaks you were thinking somethin big is going to happen? Any clue what it might be. Again just wondering .
What would a first grader thinks a big event would be.
Losing their first tooth and the horror that the tooth fairy might not be real? No just kidding of course but honestly, your whole life?

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:21 PM
a reply to: Hefficide

Dial up on a phone modem. We were on AOL by 1990.
Could t it just be exponential to the number of people with internet access?
Agree it's a different internet these days but the biggest thing in my opinion is commercialism and advertising. And the stupid scum who write and launch computer viruses just to twist someone's skin.
What evidence correlates to your life experiences?
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posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:27 PM
a reply to: Hefficide

To be fair, there would have been some serious issues had system admins, engineers, etc. not done anything. It wouldn't have affected every system, or been "TEOTWAWKI," but due to a lot of hard work, a lot of headaches were avoided.

There are a lot of clashes happening. We have not matured alongside our knowledge, but that is a requirement for any meaningful progress beyond this point.

There are those that seek more and more control, but they are misled on how to actually achieve the highest quality of life. These are the type of people that, due to our cultural story, tend to gain positions that allow them to reach personal goals at ever higher costs to more and more people.

These are the ones that get the most attention, as they are the most blatant. But, there are also elements working towards a better world for all. It's just difficult to determine what that means to everyone.. but the answer might be in that very problem.

If we can learn how to cooperate with others that hold different perspectives, without allowing the zealots and fanatics to guide the narrative, we may start to build a better society naturally. Because, in the end, we don't know how things will actually take shape. But, we can control the path by putting time and energy into being the change we wish to see rather than constant conflicts to establish superiority of perspective.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:35 PM
a reply to: AutumnWitch657

That question involves some complex answers. To try and skim the surface...

1) The frequency and length of DDoS attacks. These are not cheap and can run upwards of 50k an hour to hire a botnet capable of bringing down some of the systems we've seen brought down, and kept down recently.

2) The number of "fringe" sites that are experiencing inexplicable technical errors. I've seen more of those in the past month than in the previous 5-6 years combined.

3) Raw news feeds used to be very quick in reporting unfolding events. For awhile now Reuters and AP seem to be behind even Yahoo and MSN with reporting.

4) The rapid creation of, repurposing of and deregulating of more agencies than I can count - all involved in Cyber issues.

5) Several major Internet and telecommunication companies changing policies - one even admitting to utilizing DDoS tactics - which is a Federal offense, though they were apparently given free reign to do so.

8) The newspeak being introduced and parroted quite frequently regarding Cyberspace.

I could list more. As far as viruses go, not even on my radar. Malware is an inconvenience - this war is for net neutrality, and even THAT term has been repurposed and is now inherently evil in it's intent.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 01:48 PM
a reply to: Hefficide

What is changing rapidly now is civilly. Brotherhood and common interests among men and nations. All but lost now is the era where humanity, in all of its diversity would strive to build upon the things that make us all the same, not those that make us different, that divide, create conflicts and bitter disputes. The world is more populated with humans than ever before, and is more divided in a multitude of ways than ever before. We've embarked on a course that will eventually lead to a tragic END.

That whole "divide and conquer" thing is real, apparently.

Perhaps this is our destiny, perhaps we are doomed to destroy ourselves before we can rise above all of our differences and divisions.


posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 02:28 PM
a reply to: Hefficide

A phobia is an irrational fear. You coined the phrase" Islamophobia" .
Is fearing a large group of murdering scum who hide behind their religion being irrational ?????????

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 02:53 PM
a reply to: Hefficide

Heff, here's a scenario I want you to consider and I believe that this is what's beginning to unfold. I assume you're familiar with the concept of MAD and how it relates to WMD's. Today however we have new types of WMD's, we have financial and cyber weapons that can cause billions if not trillions of dollars worth of damage in the blink of an eye. The delivery systems for these weapons is freely available to all. When conventional WMD's have been used in the past it required the Manhattan Project, an air force, and physical control of a heavily fortified airbase which also required a Navy. Essentially this is something that could only be accomplished with state level resources. On a smaller scale such as when Saddam attacked the Kurds he still needed a weapons program with missile delivery systems, fuel, and a chemical weapons program.

Today things are different. A cyber weapon especially something primative like a botnet used for DDoS attacks can be designed by a small group of hackers and distributed over existing networks. We no longer need state level support to create these weapons. Additionally due to sovereignty issues with handing people over a nation can be attacked from the safety of a country that won't turn the attacker in. There is no way to get at them. So now we're left with a situation where not just states but individuals have access to catastrophic weapons and using said weapons involves no risk.

Basically, things are ratcheting up because MAD is no longer a viable doctrine to prevent large scale attacks. What we are seeing is the proliferation of these weapons combined with the ability for individuals to use them without consequence.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 04:04 PM
Check this out

Bill Clinton On Politics Of Islam: Paris Killers Exemplify ‘World’s Greatest Double Standard’

“If you come to our country, we won’t let you worship the way you want. We won’t let you say what you want. They won’t let you do what you want to do,” Clinton continued. “However we have come to your country, therefore we have a right to do whatever we want to do, including kill you if you make us mad.”

“It’s just madness,” the former president said. “I think it can be rooted out if, and only if, the modernizing Muslims, the Arab Emirates, for example, Oman, which has tried to be a force in moving away from this, will do what they should do

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 04:11 PM
Im Curious where's Islamophobia in this

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 04:25 PM
a reply to: Samuraidragon

Exposed right here. If you're asking how it fits into the scenario discussed... turn on a TV or read just about any news source and it's there to be had in massive quantities. Every message board is rife with it, as are blogs, FB posts, etc.

It's almost like somebody wants to keep us all preoccupied while also implanting deep biases.

posted on Jan, 15 2015 @ 04:39 PM
a reply to: havok

They...they they they

Try we on for size.

Man has never really needed anything more than the slimist of excuses to go to war or to be inhuman to other humans.

The only difference between now is the speed at which information travels and the media used. It is so fast now that it, more than likely, has it's own feedback mechanism that spirals the whole thing out of control.

When world wide economies begin to tank...that will be the time to really fear.

Winter is coming.....

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