Ah here.

Also: YIKES!

Saturday’s Guardian magazine.

The Transformation of Greta Thunberg (The Guardian)

Meanwhile….

Um.

Meanwhile…

Ah here.

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133 thoughts on “How Dare Goo

    1. E'Matty

      Precisely. She’s a puppet being used to a) agitate the younger generations into supporting this scam, and b) to propagate this nonsense in a way that anyone questioning it is then accused of attacking a child. She’s a completely fabricated and contrived character for public consumption.

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      1. Nigel

        But this is just a string of made-up nonsense, pure lies. Climate change is real, people are really worried about it and want action taken. If we’re playing your game, I wonder who benefits from labeling her as a manufactured stooge agitating young people ro support a scam?

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        1. GiggidyGoo

          Catherine Martin was out at the Ryder Cup. To promote Ireland as a tourist destination. Does she not realize that tourists will take flights here, and does she realize the pollution each flight makes? Some Green minister eh?

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          1. Nigel

            You want a realistic discussion about climate change under an article devoted to showing how a picture of a girl with one eye covered means that she is a tool of a vast Satanic and/or Masonic conspiracy to pepetrate a fraudulent scientific theory that carbon emissions are dtriving climate change for purposes that remain obscure but are assuredly tyrannical and evil? (I mean my opinion would be that the Greens are doing more harm than good in supporting a government that are profoundly anti-environmental, but the problem remains that the two main Irish partes are, in fact, massively anti-environmental parties, but, uh, maybe Satan told me to say that.)

          2. E'Matty

            @ Nigel – ” to perpetrate a fraudulent scientific theory that carbon emissions are dtriving climate change for purposes that remain obscure but are assuredly tyrannical and evil?” Eh no, it is to induce the public into believing it faces an existential crisis of its own making to force all into supporting the creation of supranational global governance structures “global problems require global solutions” with the power to compel entire nation States and even continents to enforce laws that intrude on any and every aspect on life on the planet. There is nothing that is off limits when dealing with a supposed existential crisis, is there? The Climate Change hoax enables power to completely redesign how we live in every aspect. Oppose it, you’re killing the planet you monster!!

          3. Nigel

            This makes about as much sense as succesfully creating a highly contagious virus, releasing it across the world, then using a VACCINE to cull the global population.

          4. GiggidyGoo

            Put Satan aside for a minute. I don’t even get why you’re bringing him into every post.
            Do you think Catherine Martin should be encouraging ozone depleting air travel or not? If not, then you can’t be laying blame at FFG feet for something she’s encouraging.

      2. K. Cavan

        +1, E’Matty.
        When a cause has to resort to using children to promote it, as if it’s some consumer product, you know it’s a consumer product.

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          1. E'Matty

            and all funded, nurtured and even led by Big Oil men like Maurice Strong, The Rockefellar Family Foundations, The British and Dutch Royal Families etc. Such a grassroots movement eh?

          2. E'Matty

            Ah, Nigel, here’s a bit of background for you. Maurice Strong was the single most significant public figure in the creation of the global climate change movement. Strong commissioned the Report ‘Only One Earth: The Care and Maintenance of a Small Planet’ and then established the Stockholm Conference, the first time numerous countries were brought together to discuss the global environment. He then established the UNEP and was its first executive director. Strong was one of the Commissioners of the World Commission on Environment and Development. He was appointed Secretary General of the UN Conference on Environment and Development known as the Earth Summit in Rio. Strong drafted the Terms of Reference for the IPCC, whose studies are being relied upon to support the claims of human carbon emissions driven global climate change. He was a Co Founder of the 1001 Club, a group of elite bankers and corporatists (major polluters), which is the piggy bank of the World Wildlife Fund.

            Strong, an associate of David Rockefellar (Rockefellars of Standard Oil fame) since his early twenties, was involved in Dome Petroleum, Ajax Petroleum, Norcen Resources, AZL Resources, Ontario Hydro, and of course he headed up Petro-Canada at the request of Pierre Trudeau, father of Justin.

            Strong, a self described “socialist in ideology, a capitalist in methodology”, came to see that the key to his vision was “environmentalism”, the one cause the UN could harness to make itself a truly powerful world government.

            “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the
            industrialized civilizations collapse?
            Isn’t it our responsiblity to bring that about?”
            – Maurice Strong

          3. E'Matty

            Moving beyond Strong we see the Dutch Royals and Prince Bernard in particular. Prince Bernard was a member of Deutsche Studentenschaft, a National Socialist student fraternity, as well as the Nazi NSDAP and its paramilitary wing, the Sturmabteilung until 1934.  The Dutch Royal Family are major shareholders in global giant Royal Dutch Shell to this day. A founder of the Bilderberg Meeting, he was also co founder and President of the World Wildlife Fund, working with Julian Huxley. Huxley was the brother of Aldous of Brave New World fame and grandson of TH Huxley “Darwin’s Bulldog”.  He became the first Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in 1946 and was president of the British Eugenics Society from 1959-1962. His early days were spent with the British Army Intelligence Corp.

          4. E'Matty

            Next up, the British Royals, major shareholders in BP, formerly British Petroleum. Prince Philip helped establish the 1001 Club with Prince Bernard and was President of the World Wildlife Fund from ’81 to ’96. Prince Charles is very active in ‘environmentalism’ too and his Prince of Wales Corporate Leaders Group brings together some of the world’s greatest polluters to tell us how badly we’ve treated the environment. Harry has been getting in on the action lately too. What a champ.

          5. Nigel

            That’s amazing, all Big Oil had to do to discredit the climate change movement was spend some money on it.

          6. E'Matty

            @ Nigel – “That’s amazing, all Big Oil had to do to discredit the climate change movement was spend some money on it.” No Nigel, it is the dominant force behind the entire anthropogenic climate change myth. I haven’t even gotten to that other “grassroots” movement clan, the Rockefellars. You can then tell me what climate change organisations are left without the control/influence of old Big Oil.

          7. E'Matty

            Next up in this rogues gallery are the infamous Rockefellars of Standard Oil fame. Once the world’s largest oil company, it was broken up into a number of companies including global giants Exxon, Chevron, Mobil, Amoco etc..

            Godfrey A. Rockefellar helped Prince Bernard establish the World Wildlife Fund.
            Beginning in the 1980s, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund became leading advocates of the global warming agenda. … In their Sustainable Development Program Review, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund boasts of being one of the first major global warming activists, citing its strong advocacy for both the 1988 formation of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the 1992 establishment of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change. The Rockefellar Family Fund has also focused it’s Environment programme almost exclusively on climate change.

            David Rockefellar sat on the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations and later served as its Chairman. He also founded the Trilateral Commission. The Club of Rome was founded in 1968 at David Rockefellar’s estate in Bellagio, Italy. The United Nations Headquarters in New York sits on land donated by the Rockefellar family.

            So, this is all pretty grassroots movement stuff, yeah? The entire movement is their creation.

            Oh, and it’s worth mentioning that Saudi Aramco, also called Saudi Arabian Oil Company, formerly Arabian American Oil Company was founded by the Rockefellar Standard Oil Co. of California (Chevron) in 1933, when the government of Saudi Arabia granted it a concession.

          8. Nigel

            You disparage the environmental movement, then describe a series of people and organisations that have nothing whatsoever to do with either the grass roots of environmental activism or the science behind anthropogenic climate change. Nor, by the way, have you actually discredited any of the people or organisations you describe or shown them to be in any way fraudulent or even wrong. Also the idea that this is an exhaustive survey of the roots and sources and reach of environmentalism is ludicrous, and the conspiracy theory you promulgate simply cannot be reconciled with reality.

  1. george

    What is this “nothing to see here?” implying? There doesn’t appear to be much to see except maybe a lack of ideas from the photographers or art directors.

    Is that guy’s name really Thunberg or is just a weirdo obsessed with a teenager?

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    1. jonboy

      Fringe conspiracy theorists believe that people covering a single eye is a reference to the eye of horus, which makes them either a satanist, freemason, illuminati member, etc.

      I wish I was being sarcastic here….

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          1. Nigel

            Maybe if you started public demonstrations where you clearly professed your preferred policy outcomes in response to a real crisis which you can accurately describe with supporting scientific evidence first, instead of taking envious pot-shots at a kid and libeling her by fatuously implying she has Masonic/Satanic connections based entirely on paranoid readings of arty photography.

        1. Nigel

          You’ll have to hope so since actual evidence that any of the interpetations of the supposed symbols are true or accurate is sadly lacking.

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          1. Nigel

            15 pics of Bono? Out of how many pics of Bono taken over the course of a massively succesful musical career? How about photos of him at an actual Black Satanic Mass? Or attending a Masonic ceremony? Stuff that actually counts as proof besides labeling random stuff symbols then piling arbitrary meanings onto them to feed your massive confirmation bias?

          1. Nigel

            ‘If there is not something to it then it would make you wonder why…’

            …no actual proof that there is anything to it has ever emerged.

          2. Nigel

            Did you seriously expect me to actually watch a five hour YouTube video on the Satanic symboloy of celebrity photographs?

          3. ce

            Man, River Phoenix did both the hidden hand and eye thing … super satanist

            “hidden in place site as usual, for everyone not to see, as usual”

          4. Nigel

            ‘Where did I say you had to watch it all at once?’

            I haven’t seen a single thing said by any of the Satanic Panic Bros here that suggests I need watch any if it at all.

          5. SOQ

            Altijan Juric goes into a lot more than just the signs and symbols btw, although he could have condensed it quite a bit I think. He links the masons to Satanism via symbology, claiming only the inner circle know the truth.

            Is he right in what he is saying? I have no idea- but the amount of people throwing these weird symbols is off the scale, and it is not just celebrities either.

          6. SOQ

            Listen to him or not- personally, I think he is a waffler on drugs but that does not mean he is wrong on everything.

          7. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

            I find the whole higher power thing put me off being able to listen to him

      1. E'Matty

        Except that is precisely what those stars, celebs and prominent figures are representing when they pose for these one eye photos. It’s quite likely though that someone of your calibre doesn’t understand what satanism actually is beyond the Hollywood conditioned cartoonist version.

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          1. Nigel

            Not sure actual Sartanism has any connection to photographs where famous people have one eye covered in order to signal their affiliation with a global conspiracy to fake a climate change crisis and also maybe a massive elite pedophile ring.

          2. Nigel

            Sorry for the misspelling there, it should read ‘Sartrenism,’ a secret cult devoted to orgiastic Black Mass celebrations of the Dark Lord Of The Inferno, Jean Paul Sartre.

          3. Nigel

            Satan isn’t real, but Jean Paul Sartre is. Can I interest you in the Sartrenist newsletter, Hell Is Other People, The Best Kind Of People We Know.

        1. Nigel

          Utter fantasy. This is like attributing pedophile codes to every pizza order ever made by anyone who ever ordered a pizza.

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        2. jonboy

          @E’Matty I understand that the church of Satan was established by atheists to be a rival organisation to Christianity as a way of standing against the puritanical teachings embraced by said Christians. That their doctrine was essentially about exploring hedonism rather than abstinence.

          What do you think it is?

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          1. E'Matty

            The Church of Satanism, lol. So, do you think Satanism only came into existence when LaVey established the Church of Satan in 1966? I actually posted an explanation of what satanism or the Left Hand Path is here a few days back.

            To repeat, Satanism or Left-hand Path ‘magic’ seeks “liberty” from the “servitude of conscience”. In essence, the Left-hand Path is an egocentric philosophistry of separation or “non-union”, that prescribes the willful deception, manipulation, domination, and ultimately, the destruction of one’s Right side – the faculty of emotion, empathy, holistic thinking; the intuitive, compassionate, nurturing Female principle Mother Nature felt in us all – in order to attain apotheosis as an individual, Intellectual ‘god’

            One may have to participate in exercises of cruelty and other aberrations of social and religious norms as a way of placing oneself totally outside of profane society. Thereby he/she is ‘unfettered’ from the bonds and tabus of society as a way of unfettering themself from spiritual bonds.

            Living in service of the ego. Killing your conscience. Attaining deification as an intellectual God. It’s been a practice of rulers go ing back to Babylonian times at least.

          2. E'Matty

            @Jonboy – sure, the modern “prophet” for it is Aleister Crowley, famous for his “Do as thou wilt” statement and his books like “The Book of the Law” and “The Book of Thoth” which would be typical of this topic. Others would be Eliphas Levi (famous for his Baphomet image) “Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie”, Helena Blavatsky “ISIS Unveiled” “The Secret Doctrine” (she is reputed to be the origin of the Aryan concept in modern times), the writings of the Marquis de Sade. Michael Aquino is a more recent and interesting character too, worth checking out.

            Stephen Flowers wrote a sympathetic book on the subject which provides lots of interesting information on the subject called “Lords of the Left-Hand Path – Forbidden Practices & Spiritual Heresies – From the Cult of Set to the Church of Satan”. From the book Flowers explains that “while the right-hand path seeks union with and thus dependence on God, the left-hand path seeks a “higher law” based on knowledge and power. It is the way of self-empowerment and true freedom. Beginning with ancient Hindu and Buddhist sects and moving Westward, he examines many alleged left-hand path groups, including the Cult of Set, the Yezidi Devil Worshippers, the Assassins, the Neoplatonists, the Hell-Fire Club, the Bolsheviks, the occult Nazis, and several heretical Sufi, Zoroastrian, Christian, and Muslim sects. ”

            Gary Lachman, or Gary Valentine as he is otherwise known, former bass guitarist for Blondie, is quite prolific in this area too, and his books “The Dedalus Book of the Occult – A Dark Muse” and “Politics and the Occult” are worth checking out.

          3. Jonboy

            Cheers, I’ll check out the Gary Lachman books. Anything I’ve read on magick/magical thinking can be a bit of a chore but I’m still interested in the politics and philosophy behind it.

  2. chris

    That she is promoted as a ‘saviour’ – and actually resonates with adults shows a severe cognitive lacking in the population. A lacking brought about by constant doom laden propaganda. Climate, terrorism, and the virus are the trinity of the new world religion – all meant to keep people in a constant state of fear so they are easily controlled.

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      1. chris

        What archetypal role do you imagine she is fullfiling? Or what, do you think this is some organic situation where a child is sent around the world to ‘speak’ with world leaders?

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        1. E'Matty

          George thinks Greta’s meteoric rise from lone school boycotter to lecturing the UN and world leaders was completely organic and naturally just happened. Seriously, that’s how dim and naive these guys are.

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          1. chris

            It’s rather pathetic, to be adult and not have the ability to parse reality from fiction. The puerile attempt at mocking those that do also points to an unfortunate mental infantilism.

            One that will prove very costly to said individuals as events proceed.

          2. george

            Ah now, Chris. you didn’t expect me to fall for your leading question did you?
            There’s no answer as it is based on an erroneous presupposition.

  3. K. Cavan

    What does it say about those men, george?
    Intelligence, perspicacity, perhaps?
    Clearly, you think she’s not being promoted as some sort of idiot savant, does that mean you acknowledge her expertise in meteorology?
    Your ludicrous assumption that only men see through this pathetic fakery makes me wonder whether you’re just a casual sexist or you don’t know many women.

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    1. George

      Clearly? I didn’t say anything about that.

      Sure, I’m a man who is sexist against myself. There are many sad little men obsessed with Greta which you know well.

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      1. E'Matty

        I think they call George’s type Self Hating Men. It’s part of the whole drive to make humans hate humans. Oh these disgusting humans like a cancer destroying the earth, these brainwashed nutcases spout alongside their Malthusian overpopulation nonsense. They think they are the caring compassionate ones but they are being turned into human hating sociopaths.

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        1. E'Matty

          It’s the same hysterical types who obsess over anthropogenic climate change who have swallowed the Covid Black death hysteria whole. They are weak people who need authority to tell them what to think. Once instilled with fear they will believe anything and support any “solutions” offered by said authority. These are the dangerous element in every society as these are the ones who become the “mob” controlled by power. Just look how quickly they moved to dehumanising anyone expressing any doubts about the vaccines. These fools cheer on as people lose their jobs, their livelihoods, access to society in general, being violently attacked by police in robocop body armour, etc and all for the mortal sin of declining vaccination with the fastest ever developed vaccines for a virus that poses no threat to the majority of people. Yet, they think themselves the sane rational ones, and all because authority told them they are.

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    2. Nigel

      ‘What does it say about those men, george?
      Intelligence, perspicacity, perhaps?’

      Handsome. Firm, but fair. Likes long walks on the beach while composing poetry, but can chop wood and hunt wild game. Discreetly well hung. Can carve a Sunday roast prepared by the wifey.

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        1. Nigel

          Thinks a photo of a girl with one eye covered means she’s a Satanist and that Satanists are behind fraudulent claims that Climate Change is real.

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  4. Nullzero

    An odd kid being pushed into a role she is too young to deal with.
    Her parents are to blame for what will be her eventual issues in adult life.

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    1. E'Matty

      Check out the book Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream. Be prepared though to “kill your Gods” as they say. Lots of my favourite musicians of the era up to their necks in this satanic crap. A lot of kids of naval intelligence seem to have been involved. Few people know for example that counter culture Lizard King Jim Morrison of The Doors was in fact the son of George Stephen Morrison, commander of the US Naval Forces in the Gulf of Tonkin during the Gulf of Tonkin Incident (hoax) of August 64 which provided the pretext for the US involvement in the Vietnam War. Frank Zappa was a right wing militarist, a control freak and hated hippies. Papa John was a satanic paedophile who regularly raped his young daughter and shared her with his friends. Charles Manson was pals with many of these, most famously Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys, even recording music with them. Hollywood and the Music industry are dominated by satanic culture.

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        1. E'Matty

          another related book worth checking out is Tom O’Neill’s CHAOS Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties. Half of the characters that populate popualr culture have come from dark intel backgrounds and often MK Ultra type programmes. Most people, for example, don’t know that the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and the Boston Winter Hill Gang boss and prolific murderer Whitie Bulger were both “alumni” of the MK Ultra programme.

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          1. ce

            “Most people, for example, don’t know that the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and the Boston Winter Hill Gang boss and prolific murderer Whitie Bulger were both “alumni” of the MK Ultra programme.”

            …. once again thank you for educating me…

          2. Nigel

            I would be careful to verfiy anything the Greta Is A Satanist You Can Tell Because She Has Her Eye Covered In Some Pictures crowd tell you.

          3. E'Matty

            Nigel, I would actively encourage you to research and verify everything I post. You might even learn something.

          4. ce

            None of what you are talking about is some kind of top secret information – it’s all diluted (and then embellished/fantasized on) from academic researchers (who have not mysteriously died) who have been publishing about intelligence organizations and their connection to art and popular culture for decades… they are intelligence agencies, it’s their job to understand culture… although sometimes they are not very good at that, especially in places like Afghanistan!

            Here’s a good start if you or anybody else wants to know more about it, rather than rely on secondhand recycled titillated pop culture “who’s a satanist” nonsense:

            https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C5&q=Abstract+Art+and+the+CIA&btnG=

            Also there is a search result in there from the Culinary Institute of America… beware of pasties, they’re watching you…

          5. E'Matty

            @ Ce – what I have provided are many examples of the links between intel agencies and the cultural media world, and indeed satanic beliefs. You say this is well known, yet many, including on here, would dismiss such claims as “conspiracy theory”. You do the usual dismissal once such facts become accepted or are undeniable “ah sure we all knew that, it’s no big deal”. For years, those who said the NSA were spying on everyone’s telephone calls were called crackpot conspiracy theorists. Then, Snowden came to the fore and it could be denied no longer, and all the previous deniers went, ah sure, we all knew that, what’s the big deal, who cares if they’re listening to our calls. Here, you dismiss the significance of the intel agencies influence over popular culture, portraying it as “their job to understand culture”. They weren’t just understanding it, they were shaping it, yet you have no interest in what their motives, agenda nor methods might be.

          6. Nigel

            ‘Nigel, I would actively encourage you to research and verify everything I post.’

            I encourage you to find more tangible evidence linking MK Ultra to Ted Kaczynski to Greta Thurnberg.

  5. Hank

    If anyone ever asked me for proof that a year of repeated lockdowns has damaged a lot of people, I’d direct them to this thread. Scary stuff!

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    1. Cian

      Did you not hear?

      Dipping your head in crude oil is the new Ivermectin. 100% of people that have dipped their head in crude oil have not been killed by Covid.

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  6. ce

    Also, when did the one eye thing become a thing???

    Nowhere near as good as when VHS conspiracy tapes used to circulate around the place, American Public Access TV had mad conspiracy TV shows on many stations, and early internet conspiracy theories were all about photo and video stills of famous people making devil horns shapes with their hands…

    …now all of them were definitely all Satanists…

    Pre-photoshop too, so much more natural and organic…

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    1. Fearganainm

      “Also, when did the one eye thing become a thing???”

      At least since the time of Balor, but of course that’s so fadó, fadó that we’ve no eyewitnesses.

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  7. K. Cavan

    CO2 is 0.04% of our atmosphere but it’s causing the planet to heat up?
    Repeated UN warnings of imminent catastrophe have been wrong but they’ll be right, eventually?
    We have accurate weather records for a millisecond of history, never mind the 4.5 billion years of the planet’s existence but we can accurately predict the coming decades?
    The number one “greenhouse gas” by far is water vapour but no move to ban clouds?
    Without the greenhouse effect the temperature would never have allowed for the emergence of life, the sun’s heat would simply reflect back into space but we’ve too much now, even though we have the same amount of every element we’ve always had, unless someone is shipping it in from outer space?
    Every previous Climate Emergency has involved cooling but the next one will be the exact opposite?
    The “Climate Emergency” narrative is causing fossil fuel to be used to produce mountains of plastic, a far worse pollutant than CO2 but we should believe the media & not join the dots?
    The Climate Emergency is a Conspiracy Theory for middle-class eccentrics.

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  8. Micko

    Ah lads.

    The one eye thing and hand in the pocket secret satanic symbols bit, is down to one thing and one thing only.

    Lazy photographers and publicists.

    They’re bloody everywhere. ;)

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          1. Oro

            You’re as touchy! I’ve had the good fortune never to have had to visit Newry so I wouldn’t make any determinations about it, but anytime I do pass through the north it does feel distinct from what I would consider Ireland.

      1. Micko

        Hmmm..

        I just learned what pegging is. – Yikes. Even the word – bluuugh!!!

        Anyway… I just think that most celebs are morons and will go along with anything that keeps them in the papers.

        What I do find way more disturbing is the way only the staff have to mask up in these pics – and in general.

        I’m pretty uncomfortable as it is right now when I go to a restaurant and the waitress has to wear a mask and my family doesn’t – even outdoors ;)

        It’s not right.

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        1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

          Money changes people, especially new money, fame too, all sense of reality goes out the window. I also find the photos where only staff are masked uncomfortable, one rule for everyone or not at all. Let’s not go there though, it was refreshing to have a non covid subject and I spent half the night looking up the occult for the craic. Full disclosure I had family in the masons before they died off, when my brother was invited to join he said no, something about making his own decisions, I’ll have to check his profile for tells now ! ;) Have you ever visited the lodge in town ? It’s so childish, that was my walk away take.

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          1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

            but then again childish, that’s what they want you to think ?
            what is it about ritual and rules that the human condition finds so appealing,
            personally I detest routine.

          2. Micko

            Nope, never been into any of that stuff – either the masons or the occult.

            Is the whole mason thing total BS or what’s the story? Are they as powerful as people say?

            But, Yeah fame…. ;(

            I’ve briefly worked with some famous people in the past and I’ve been around Irish musicians who have just been on the cusp of fame and it totally changes people. Even artists who’ve been very small get up their own botty’s pretty quickly

            Kind of like a family friend who becomes a Guard and then start checking the tax on YOUR car when they call over. :-)

            There are of course one or two exceptions – but generally famous people suck!

          3. Chris

            @ Micko, some Masons would be others not so much. 33rd degree is the final initiation, I won’t write what it entails.

            The USA was founded by Masons with ties to the English elites (they never truly went away). The pyramid & eye on the back of the dollar wasn’t just an accident.
            You’ll also find Masons in the intelligence services MI5, CIA etc – These agencies are only there to further the aims of the elites, they have no other real purpose.

          1. Poor oul divil

            It’s something every straight white cis male should experience at least once, it’s a great leveller

  9. Papi

    Look at yourselves. It’s hilarious until you realise some of these people are serious and may have a driving licence/access to a weapon.

    • Ryder Cup
    • Nazi NSDAP
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Insinuation gland
    • Illuminati member,
    • Bono
    • Black Satanic Mass
    • River Phoenix
    • Left Hand Path
    • Babylon
    • Marquis de Sade
    • Former bass guitarist for Blondie
    • Disgusting humans
    • Brainwashed nutcases
    • Beach Boys
    • MK Ultra
    • Culinary Institute of America
    • Balor
    • Pegging

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    1. Fearganainm

      In fairness, Papi, if you think Balor na súile nimhe appeared as a serious contribution to the ‘discussion’ then you’re overthinking things ;)

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