Vrubel

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  1. I made some edits to my previous post. Definitely worth a reread: I would add there is a literal-without-the-hyperbolic-bullshit genocide going on in Darfur (again). But nobody cares because it's committed by Arabs against an African people. (I would like to see South Africa file a court complaint for their "brothers".) The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a conflict deluxe for journalists because they can get easy access and be relatively safe. You cannot say the same about the Sudan for example. So this and the fact there are Jews involved makes it a profitable hot topic for the media. And this time Jews don't stand for Christ-killers, Communism or Capitalism but are the very face of the absolute evils of white colonialism, Western imperialism and nationism (because god forbid people are patriotic and look out for each other and their country). Go Figure the anti-Semitic and anti-historical ignorance. This major media overrepresentation for views and money overshadows the fact that of all the oppressed people in the world, Palestinians are the least so. Muslims and Arabs are in Conflict from the Western Sahara and all across to Pakistan and even the Philippines had a terrorist insurgency as of late. So don't act like Palestinians are totally innocent and have zero responsibility. Much of what you call occupation consists of necessary security measures. Without "occupation" Hamas would take over and rule a real country and instigate more savagery and war, that's also why it's important that Israel finishes the job and removes Hamas from power. (I still believe in two states but for that bona fide security guarantees are absolutely necessary.) It's also kind of a cruel joke to the Gazans if they have to live through the hell of this war but Hamas will remain in power. It will be then a matter of time till the next massive war.
  2. @Nivsch For those who are decent, open and have a sense of truth our posts hit like bricks of solid insight. (Not talking about the people hellbound on their narrow narrative and crusade of willful ignorance, demonization and self-defeatism.)
  3. It's only that El Salvador is such a small country with very little influence but otherwise, Bukele is one of the most competent and serious statesman and leader of the 21st century. This is how you lift a country up and give your nation pride and confidence in a better future. A truly inspirational person, he is of Palestinian descent btw, if only Palestinians had a leader like him.
  4. @Nivsch Respect how you consistently hit the nail on its head and remain so principled and gentle. Here is a video of another gentle liberal Israeli that makes some good points: I would add there is a literal-without-the-hyperbolic-bullshit genocide going on in Darfur (again). But nobody cares because it's committed by Arabs against an African people. (I would like to see South Africa file a court complaint for their "brothers".) The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a conflict deluxe for journalists because they can get easy access and be relatively safe. You cannot say the same about the Sudan for example. So this and the fact there are Jews involved makes it a profitable hot topic for the media. And this time Jews don't stand for Christ-killers, Communism or Capitalism but are the very face of the absolute evils of white colonialism, Western imperialism and nationism (because god forbid people are patriotic and look out for each other and their country). Go Figure the anti-Semitic and anti-historical ignorance. This major media overrepresentation for views and money overshadows the fact that of all the oppressed people in the world, Palestinians are the least so. Muslims and Arabs are in Conflict from the Western Sahara and all across to Pakistan and even the Philippines had a terrorist insurgency as of late. So don't act like Palestinians are totally innocent and have zero responsibility. Much of what you call occupation consists of necessary security measures. Without "occupation" Hamas would take over and rule a real country and instigate more savagery and war, that's also why it's important that Israel finishes the job and removes Hamas from power. (I still believe in two states but for that bona fide guarantees are absolutely necessary.) It's also kind of a cruel joke to the Gazans if they have to live through the hell of this war but Hamas will remain in power. It will be then a matter of time till the next massive war.
  5. @Leo Gura What's the main thing that makes you attractive to women? It sounds to me like you don't have much charm and charisma in life. Like do you have standard goofy American energy or do you have some serious authentic masculine vibes?
  6. I don't care about that. Do whatever makes you happy. But girls also get their heart broken by player behavior. I am too soft of a bastard to be so cold about that. every girl I date I give a fair chance to become my girlfriend.
  7. Many people start out doing game because they just want to get a good girlfriend. Being a player has its appeals but is also decadent and shallow at the end of the day. I am perfectly happy with a girlfriend. Being ethical and having powerful energy is by no means mutually exclusive. But yes I was under the impression that people who are truly spiritual express that in their heightened authenticity, cool and attractive vibe. But this is not as universal as I thought. @mmKay Beauty is cosmic poetry, passion and godliness. Beauty in life is a core principle of mine.
  8. @Leo Gura oke weird that your many deep trips did not result in a powerful aura.
  9. Don't you have some hardcore spiritual energy that women sense and fall for, Rasputin style? Also, most guys want to end up with a high-quality girlfriend even a wife. Being a player is rarely the goal.
  10. The deepest beauty comes from (authentic, strong and cool) energy. Having physical features that are popularly considered attractive is definitely nice but that alone will get you only so far.
  11. For me, it seems the other way around: with looks, you can compensate because who doesn't like beauty? But still, energy is absolutely fundamental. And most guys can work on it. Also with "good" energy, I also seem physically beautiful in a deep way. with bad energy, I am nothing special. The energy/vibe is what gives the physical features depth and meaning. The whole journey is to find your authentic energy. To have strong dark masculine energy but also cool, class and even some feminity. Feminity is so important!
  12. @Leo Gura Attraction comes 90% down to energy! Why are you making looks (for a man) sound so important? When my energy is right I attract the bulk of girls when it's off I do the opposite of attract. Attraction and repulsion is an energetic force, just like with a magnet. I was once in a club slightly high on LSD, my energy was fire. I was aware of how I was literally attracting people like a magnet, I saw it visually. It was actually very annoying and had to physically push some people away. But this is how attraction works, if I was needy or dark souled the opposite would have happened.
  13. I am doing a AI photoshop project on medieval Europe, and all it does is generate black and brown people. So for now I have to leave out humans out of the whole thing and just go with buildings and such.
  14. @Nivsch Absolutely right, It's more for myself. I know shit and enjoy writing about history and Israel, standing up for truth is also important but it's definitely a trap to get sucked into useless back-and-forths with what could be 17-year-olds on the internet. Also, I am spiritually regrounding myself, after 7/10 is was too angry and emotional, and even though I support and see the necessity of the total elimination of Hamas the peace dream should win out in the end.
  15. I am not going to entertain your flimsy and speculative theories about Jewish culture and religion. It's also not that relevant, furthermore I never really grew up with Jewish culture. It was more of a mix of Russian culture and Western principles. Also, everything your mind touches gets mushed into your narrow narrative so why should I even bother? The Jews were mostly dirt-poor pioneers from Eastern Europe and refugees from the Middle East. The Middle Eastern Jews were kicked out by the Arabs and lived in refugee camps before being absorbed and fully integrated into Israeli society. European Jews only had a majority in the land for around 30 years. Israel is very much so a Middle Eastern country. Jews don't have some old country or "motherland" they can return to. Israel is the motherland and old country. There is no second Israel. That's why Israelis are so motivated and uncompromising in the defense of their land that they genuinely and deeply love. Back in the day, it was a relatively sparsely populated land under Ottoman and later British rule, it was never a "Palestinian" country, there was no centralized government or sovereignty over their land. The land itself was mostly owned by rich Lebanese (who sold it to Jews). The Palestinian national identity didn't exist. First came the Zionist pioneers and as a reaction the Palestinian national identity was developed. Do the Palestinians have the right to their land? absolutely, simply because they live there. But did they also start wars that made them lose out on more of the land: Absolutely. I know it's an Israeli cliche but if you dig into the ground anywhere in Israel you'll find Jewish artifacts, this is true. Jews are native to the land. As opposed to Palestinians, Jews actually held sovereignty in the land before being kicked out after the 'Great Jewish Revolt' into the Diaspora and coming back 2000 years later. But even all the historical knowledge aside (so you won't accuse me of using Putin tactics, though I am being 100% truthful). There are two truths side by side: The Palestinians have the right to the land and so do the Jews. For different but equally legitimate reasons. Even though during WW2 the main Palestinian leader was a Nazi sympathetic to Hitler, it's true that Palestinians had nothing to do with the Holocaust or earlier persecution of Jews in Europe. But it is the force and poetry of history that has brought the Jews back to their ancient homeland. It's an universal Karma and I understand why the Palestinians feel wronged by that. But such is reality. The world is not all rainbow and sunshine, Jews know this starkly well. Cut your losses and make peace. Palestinians can take comfort in that Arabs still live in Israel and partake in the democratic system. Like-wise I think Jewish settlers can also take comfort in simply living on their biblical heartland even though it might fall under Palestinian sovereignty under any future peace deal.