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The Lie We Live
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02-19-2015, 04:05 PM #1
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This is worth the 8 minute watch time:

02-19-2015, 04:28 PM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:30,185 Threads:1,485 Joined:Feb 2011
clap.gif Great Video, 100% spot on. Most of us around here have been saying the exact same thing for years.
An awakening would be wonderful, but sadly, those that really understand the nature of our enslavement are a very small percentage. Nobody here is radical in the least, I believe all we want and need is peaceful meaningful change.
A society that works for the common man would be wonderful, but all we are given is illusion by design.
Bread and circuses,


02-19-2015, 04:38 PM #3
Ruby Wolf Member
Posts:10,078 Threads:719 Joined:Oct 2012
Quote: "There is far more to this world than taught in our schools, shown in the media, or proclaimed by the church and state. Most of mankind lives in a hypnotic trance, taking to be reality what is instead a twisted simulacrum of reality, a collective dream in which values are inverted, lies are taken as truth and tyranny is accepted as security. They enjoy their ignorance and cling tightly to the misery that gives them identity" - Thomas Cox

02-19-2015, 04:49 PM #4
misterbumps Member
Posts:948 Threads:37 Joined:Apr 2012
Great video. As someone who grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere to living in the middle of the capital of England I am continually amazed at people who live and work here. Everything is fast paced in London and so soulless. If one goes right into the heart of the city it is like ants in a nest; hundreds and thousands of business people walking quickly and urgently to and from work. I work and study here but when my degree is finished in two years I'm moving out of the rat race. London is a strange environment where some people have never been beyond the M25 ring road and others make monstrous amounts of money by the click of a button. I work in mental health and there are now 6 million people in the UK with some kind of mental health problem. My degree is in community development and I have travelled extensively prior to coming to London. Some of the happiest people live in the poorest areas. Kibbutz life is excellent as an example of community living. London is toxic and most people are superficial. Image is everything here yet when I lived in Australia I spent my time in shorts, t-shirt and flip flops. Everything in London is geared towards finance and banking and some kids have no idea where their food comes from. People have forgotten many skills. Once I have my degree I'm either heading to another country or back to the countryside. One day I fear London will collapse in on itself and I don't want to be anywhere near it when it happens.

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?



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