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  1. Ivan Illich wrote a good book about the problems with the education system - Deschooling Society. He basically argues that obligatory school in itself divides people and society. The book is already like 50 years old though, but remains relevant as it seems that school and universities only got worse.
  2. Because the US Government actually did do illegal shady stuff
  3. Society has turned upside down, left-wing is for censorship right-wing for free speech, mandates are for freedom, being healthy means having a negative test not actually being healthy, and so on. What do you expect from a society this sick? We have been doing this for years. Just a few things from my personal experience People running to FFF (Friday for Future) demonstration and proceed eating at McDonald's afterwards. Unhealthy People who got a vaccine try to talk me into getting one to, meanwhile they are sick like every second week, while I haven't had anything for more than 2 years. Spending Billions of dollars for developing vaccines to save lives, instead of using the money smartly and help more people. European countries not wanting AstraZeneca Vaccine, so they send them to Africa. Proceed to introduce a law that says you can't travel to Europe with the AstraZeneca-Vaccine (Love that one) ... How can you be Pro Abortion and Pro Vaccine? Do you mean pro-vaccine mandates? Or you just think the vaccine will save us all?
  4. Well here in Germany all politics is ever talking about is CO2 - regarding the environment. Young people are demonstrating on the streets to reduce CO2 - meanwhile if you go to a demonstration and start talking about revitalizing the soil, to have a positive impact on our climate & environment, people won't listen.
  5. Talk to people about the environment, and make them realize we won't save the environment by reducing the whole environmental issue down to a single gas, this whole crisis is only a "symptom" of humanity being disconnected from Nature. There are many projects here in Germany regarding soil and stuff, it's just not something that society wants to see. I already made a post about it some time ago. People don't care, unless you talk about the evil CO2.
  6. That's why you don't get a vax, you can't be sure what you get with the package. I was sick for so long, only got better after I detoxed all the shit that was in my body from all the vaccines doctors shot into me as child. I even thought it is normal to get sick. Now I'm healthy since 2,5 years, not even a cold or anything. Sorry to hear tough, hope it goes away.
  7. Yeah most of the pictures shared by the media here in Germany are fake as well. Crazy times. They don't even give a fuck anymore. There are a few interpretations I heard regarding the conflict in Ukraine. 1. Putin is basically the new Hitler. (American and German Point of View) 2. War in Ukraine is going on since 2014. Ukrain militair is/was bombing Luhansk & Donesk since then (13 000 deaths). EU and the USA used Ukraine to push against Russia, and now Putin tries to end the war. (Russian Point of View) 3. The whole war is just to distract us, because the Covid-Narrative is breaking apart. Putin and USA work together behind the scenes. (? Point of View) 4. We can't know what's going on there because of this ongoing fight for "absolute-truth" by the media. Let's wait and see. (Probably where I stand most)
  8. Depends about what they mean with "universal". They would probably limit it and only give it to "good" citizens, maybe you would need some social score, take the vaccine and stuff. If it would truly be "free" I think it would be a good think. "We should do away with the absolutely specious notion that everybody has to earn a living. It is a fact today that one in ten thousand of us can make a technological breakthrough capable of supporting all the rest." - Buckminster Fuller
  9. That´s one perspective. You need more than one in order to even make sense of things. There are scientists saying we could hold up to 30 billion people on the planet. It probably wouldn´t be too comfy, but possible. It´s all about living in harmony with nature. The whole agribusiness is fucking up the planet. There are crazy alternatives to the way we do agriculture now. We have the technology to change things. We have the people who want things to change. Yet most people are locked in time & space by fear. I´m not sure about this overpopulation thing. I didn´t read the studies saying that we are nearing the limit. But did any of you? Did you guys check the methodology? The assumptions? And so on? Isn´t it more about a limited mindset? If it´s possible to change things locally, it´s also possible to change things globally.
  10. Politicians in Switzerland even openly admit they spray chemicals in the clouds to manipulate the weather - Chemtrails... Bad list tbh.
  11. The problem with war is that the build up energy is released in a destructive manner - especially in war. But you can turn the energy into more constructive and creative energy, simply by working with it at a more conscious level. Sure war has it's purpose, but I feel like humanity has had enough war (in the sense of killing each other with weapons). Feels like this is on big shadow of Americans - the notion that you want to believe in the "righteousness" and necessity of all the bombings and stuff you do. Sure it was "necessary" for the growth of consciousness, but that doesn't mean we have to repeat the same stuff over and over again. Most if not all of those wars were illegal - according to the Charta of the United nations. I think most people don't even know of it. You need a "permission" - even if that sounds stupid. At least legally, but if no one knows about it, and politicians get away with it....
  12. How is this whole Trans stuff not blue for you guys? Feels like it to me here in Germany. Whenever I try to talk to someone about it... Pure dogma/Ideology What I get from them is that they mistake the cultural perspective as "absolute" - e.g. they are female yet don't fit into the "female", culture portrays to them, so they escape into some narrative/story so they don't have to feel themselves.
  13. The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge Basically says it all, better to know about a conspiracy-theory and understand why people actually believe in them (most people who believe in "crazy"-sounding stuff, actually have pretty logical reasons for it). Just because you don't get them with your logic, doesn't mean you are right or wrong. Basically it's just a different reality. Most people believe that the world is "physical", which isn't "true" for me. Do I go around and tell everyone they are wrong/stupid for believing in a material world? No. Even though it's fucking annoying and "bad" for them and for me from my POV. IMO calling someone else a conspiracy-theorist, is actually just lazy ego-talk projecting a "label" on somebody else, so you don't have to actually talk to them and understand them. I talked to some of them and actually learned a lot. (Germanies "high-quality" piped Water is actually shit, even though everyone else thinks it's good, etc.) Most so-called "conspiracies" are actually out in the open. People are just to comfortable to care about issues that are so fucked-up.