New Age of Reason


#1

I love to take pinsters down the odd and not so odd esoteric ramble. Todays venutre to see the The Georgia Guidestones. Some find it sinister other reasonable.


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#2

https://www.churchofglobalwarming.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/eco-fascism.jpg

So they want an Esparanto speaking master race that worships Gaia.


#3

LOL. Where do I sign?


#4

If Native American Indians carved that, people would be like ‘oooohh deep’


#5

I forgot to include the link,

vigilantcitizen.com/sinistersite … idestones/

Relaly worth a read of the whoel artile.

@MrA I’m not sure what way to take that comment, as in I am giving you the benefit of the doubt :wink: … are you saying the Native Americas where nothign more than quaint and their belief systems a bit fuzzy or fluffy for this modern world?


#6

Is the term more money than sense applicable here?
Where do we trim the 5.5 billion people from?


#7

6.5 billion people actually.

The lines written on those stones must be seen in the context of the new age hippie movement of the 60s & 70s, and the resurrection of the 18th century Malthusian theory hyped by the book the population bomb written in 1968.

Coincidentally the worlds population is estimated to hit 7 billion in November this year so don’t be surprised to see the Guardianistas getting in a tizzy about this.

Interesting timing that the Georgia stones would be promoted now… what say you OW?


#8

The Conspiracy Roundtable: Global Governance and Agenda 21 -> financialsense.com/financial … -agenda-21

Winamp -> netcastdaily.com/broadcast/f … 0903-1.m3u
MP3 -> netcastdaily.com/broadcast/f … 0903-1.mp3


#9

It reads like the plot of a bad science fiction film.


#10

Prince Charles warns of ‘sixth extinction event’ -> telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthn … event.html

neomalthusian just like his dad.


#11

#12

Deep green propaganda. Hateful stuff, but fortunately these views are held by a tiny minority, even within the environmentalist movement.


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#14

corbettreport.com/interview-443-tim-ball/


#15

Does anyone think that the 2012 aplocalyptic nonsense will spawn any mass suicides?


#16

That’s one way of keeping the population in check…


#17

Here’s hoping 8DD


#18

Why would people want to kill themselves before the aplocalypse ?
That would be like leaving ***The Sixth Sense ***just before the twist is revealed.


#19

No back up for 2013?
Personally I miss 2011, the world ended twice then.


#20

Not sure, but a pay dispute might of

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