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Equity Agenda 21 Style Coming to America

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posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:26 PM
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a reply to: zosimov

I always hated that meme -I saw it more like this:




posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:32 PM
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I have found riding a bicycle or motorized cycle leaves less of a "carbon"foot print than walking.

I haven't looked to see if there have been any studies but people that walk alms rounds were requested not to pick up anything they found on the side of the road.

They were picking it up to place at the next crossroads for it to be easier to see or to deposit in the nearest trash can... but since roads are considered "state maintained" it became a good deed going to punishment.

One walking tends to destroy more life forms and generate trash from alms given and whatever it is that was consumed... if they weren't supposed to be eating or drinking whatever it was it has become litter.

Those people incarcerated and have to do community service are the one's considered property of the state until freed to maintain the "roads".

How such a thing occurs in countries not the US? I cannot say ...however people that have been granted asylum by that religious ordination have been systematically attacked across the US and many of them not speaking the host language or understanding the "law" due to that have been incarcerated and end up picking up the very kinds of trash etc they were originally incarnated for when it was just a good deed.

But while inside(incarcerated) they still do not know the language nor the law and keep racking up demerit style penalties extending the length of their sentences, then when they get foreign council their families send monies as support, but then when they find out the charges?

The families realize the non separation of church and state at the state level are denying even US citizens their guaranteed constitutional rights of the law even due process and Miranda. US citizens of very same religious order have been labeled in some cases political dissidents or terrorists.
Any politician trying to claim states rights or state constitution instead of federal constitution as being more important is just that a dissident and terrorist.

Such a thing as discrimination based on race, creed, and national origin has been a big cash cow for decades on the state level.

So agendas? On their(the monastic) agenda it was just to walk until every one got food in their bowl then go back to their monastic community.

On others agendas? Who knows... but they all do "alms rounds" despite the government paperwork reduction act through mail solicitation to gain monies as if the federal government does not pay them enough.

When Mr. Sanders said audit the Fed? He was requesting the wrong government to be audited... The sate governments are what should be audited.

For cruel, unjust, and unusual punishments sometimes fabricated right then and there... hoping that the person they are illegally detaining becomes cause for what they would call then a just charge against the detained individual.

The federal are aware of how bad that is having to pass a law against states not to detain anyone for more than thirty minutes... and the body cameras because of the rampant abuse in the plaintiff vs. defendant then later due to that abuse profiling was used in a look how clean cut and upright I look vs. the person I have here as a defendant.





edit on 3-11-2021 by Crowfoot because: clarity and spelling



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:38 PM
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Some really great points in the thread!

thanks for reading and for the comments!!



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:39 PM
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huh?


a reply to: Crowfoot



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:40 PM
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originally posted by: Crowfoot
a reply to: zosimov

I have found riding a bicycle or motorized cycle leaves less of a "carbon" foot print than walking.



The end game is to make sure you leave zero footprints




posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:58 PM
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a reply to: underpass61

impossible how is a beautiful or ugly corpse any different after all that is left after cremation... carbon? dwelling outside of that corpse or still clinging to it is being a hungry ghost or preta even if the corpse is not one's own.



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 04:59 PM
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a reply to: Crowfoot

All we are is dust in the wind



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 05:33 PM
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a reply to: PiratesCut





If all these two faced idiots really feel this strongly why don’t they give away all they have and live a simple poppers life?


I hope they allocate some of that money to help educate the poppers.


edit on 3-11-2021 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 05:36 PM
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originally posted by: PiratesCut
And here I am using two ovens to cook for family tonight the meal is so big.
Main dishes are 10 pound Yankee Pot Roast and a huge fresh made Lobster Mac & Cheese.
I steamed twelve 2 pound lobsters to make it using 3 pounds of different cheeses.
I could go on about the food…..
Later we are making a big fire with Cedar and Oak my Son In-laws cut just last Fall.
Kids will be making Smores and the ladies enjoying wine.
I already called dibs on the Jacuzzi Hot tub for later tonight.

SO, some rich phonies thinks people not should not have as much as they do?
Who? The idiots who fly their jets all over the world to have meetings about people who have too much?

Spare me the BS…..



We should get Biden to allow regular people to own manpads. He will think it means something else like what he uses. Then we can start getting rid of these high flying self centered people in their carbon spewing jets...



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 05:51 PM
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Kurt Vollegut wrote an excellent short story regarding forced equality. In his “Harrison Bergeron,” the government has achieved equality only by forcing everyone into the lowest common denominator.


Mr. Vollegut was a profit. Check out "Player Piano" for a look at today/tomorrow.



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 05:59 PM
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Is there a more fiendish agenda than to literally control the food and medicine intake in our bodies??

o_O

Someone recently authored a thread with the title of "Fighting for the Soul of Humanity" or something to that effect. This might seem hyperbolic to some, but when you sit there for a second and ponder and tick of the items on the list that these tecchnocrat/globalists apparently think their entitled to control, you have to ask, is this not the ultimate struggle between Right and Wrong??

FFS we're talking about people having the freedom to chose, on any random day of the week, to eat or to not eat a Big Mac or 5 Guys or pick your favorite junk food. We're not talking about people wanting to ingest the adrenal glands of human fetuses here; we leave that to the ghouls that apparently think they get to menu plan for all of humanity.

What makes a bunch of limp-wrist pansies in Brussle Sprouts or wherever they meet up with their little club, think they have the right to dictate what people in 'Merica eat?

I wonder how Clause Schwabe A La Mode tastes. Probably as hideous as that thing looks. Somethings are as appetizing as they look, no hard thinking required.




posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 06:05 PM
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I'm game as soon as China gets on board and is actually changing their ways.

Without them, it means nothing because they are the biggest polluters.



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 06:07 PM
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originally posted by: olaru12
a reply to: zosimov





Kurt Vollegut wrote an excellent short story regarding forced equality. In his “Harrison Bergeron,” the government has achieved equality only by forcing everyone into the lowest common denominator.


Mr. Vollegut was a profit.



Ooo, right after commenting on the poppers.
W really need that education money.



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 06:10 PM
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a reply to: underpass61

I'm a terrible speller


Usually I know enough to look up the words that are most problematic for me, but for an English teacher it's kind of a bad weakness to have.

Love those memes btw!



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 06:28 PM
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I love you and that Vonnegut story, which I remember you showed me some time ago(feels like years ago). It made such an impression that I still randomly think about it, and in thinking about it I always remember you, too. You're on my mind and in my thoughts more than you know!

I do understand the concern for our environment tbh. I want our earth to be healthy and for us to learn how to live in balance with nature and technology. I'd like an electric car lol. And I am drawn to equality stuff too- but I also acknowledge the dangers of trying to implement it... that's where it starts to fall apart.

I've actually been reading about Marx and Engels lately and I was surprised with how much I apparently agree with them on certain things. Like, I think that people do hold one another back and therefore humanity at large suffers, it's the crabs in a pot mentality, and Marx and Engels called it. They said that people will always defend the current structure, because of insecurities in regards to losing power/position/wealth, etc. Even just familiarity- people like what is familiar. And it's not wrong, imo, to want everybody to be fed and sheltered and have their basic survival needs met. I want that for everybody too. But... idk how to get there. And I don't agree with how they think we get there, lol.

Anyways, thanks for the post. S & F!



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 06:37 PM
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I love you too, Lou! I'm happy that you randomly give a mental shout out--I absolutely do the same, in fact, I have that bunny print you gave us at the meetup adorning my desk at work (brought my friends' art in to decorate my office
) and think of you when I see that too.

I also agree that caring for the earth and one another is a GOOD thing! Beautiful, unblemished natural environments feed my soul for sure. That's what's so insidious about this agenda. It's authoritarianism masked behind good intentions.

Good to hear from you dear Lou! Have a good night and rest of your week



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 06:42 PM
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Regarding how best to encourage and elevate one another (and humanity), I wish we were a little better at recognizing that each of us has unique talents and contributions to share, regardless of our perceived order of importance. I do believe there is a place and way for each and every one of us to thrive; would start in our early education and maybe a minor tweak in priorities.
If the "least" of us thrives, wouldn't that be the ultimate measure or a successful society?



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 07:53 PM
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China is a contractor for goods and services as a mainstay.

If they send a cooler to someone that contracted them to make and sell them with their name on it they will.

The problem? This cooler is too damn good and other sellers of coolers are wanting to kill us.

Ok we can make the handle flimsy so it lasts less time

GREAT!

Oh no now they still keep it but it is still too good and people are complaining

Ok we can make the hinges break after a certain amount of openings and closings

GREAT!

What happened?

China got blamed as a contractor that was just doing their job.



posted on Nov, 3 2021 @ 08:08 PM
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The short version...Sam Hyde Shows You The Perfect World Where You Own Nothing And Rent Everything

Regards to 👆 on the beautifying trend of social media girls

Rats, Hope, and Despair at The End of the World...Behavioral sink.




The Beautiful Ones

I can’t help but think that this place is the human version of The Rat Utopia. In 1958, John Calhoun, an ethologist, started to build his Rat Utopia with the help of the National Institute of Mental Health. (The Secret of NIMH & MKULTRA) They purchased property in Maryland for Calhoun to turn into his experimental rat heaven.



Calhoun would drop rats into a pre-fab world where food and water and shelter was always available. He’d keep them free from disease and watch the population grow. He noticed behavioral patterns emerge as the population increased, and as the “overcrowding” persisted he came up with the idea of the “behavioral sink.” This meant that at a certain point, due to population density, a civilization would collapse under its own weight.



The Hope Experiment

When I try to look at humanity as a whole, it seems like becoming a risk averse species will be our downfall. We must be able to mitigate risk and fear with hope and culture in order to send the next generation into the chaos of existence.

But none of that really matters if a majority of us have become, or are becoming, the beautiful ones. Weinstein points to birth control as an invention that might be something that’s led to what Calhoun would’ve called the “equilibrium.”
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“Well, I’ll tell you what,” Weinstein said. “I think our hope needs to be decoupled from the actual evidence that there’s a positive ending to all this.”
SHANE CASHMAN: THE BEAUTIFUL ONES IN UNIVERSE 25



posted on Nov, 4 2021 @ 06:05 AM
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originally posted by: Crowfoot
a reply to: GraffikPleasure

China is a contractor for goods and services as a mainstay.

If they send a cooler to someone that contracted them to make and sell them with their name on it they will.

The problem? This cooler is too damn good and other sellers of coolers are wanting to kill us.

Ok we can make the handle flimsy so it lasts less time

GREAT!

Oh no now they still keep it but it is still too good and people are complaining

Ok we can make the hinges break after a certain amount of openings and closings

GREAT!

What happened?

China got blamed as a contractor that was just doing their job.


... No

I'm not talking about consumerism, which is also a problem, but the fact of homany people THEY have and how much pollution THEY put out as a result to their clap plants etc.

Long story short. Nothing matters unless China is on board.



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