Today is a popular to criticise Islam and an unbalanced look at it (propaganda).One can argue that Western Muslims in the 21st century rightly find these practices abhorrent, but I think that is because they have adopted western customs and values, and over time, cut ties with those aspects of the teaching. But when we look at some countries in the middle East, these things are still practiced.
And you believe the CIA??The last important manifestation of "Christianity" in Bosnia was the war of the 1990s. According to CIA, Serbs (mostly Orthodox Christians) done 90% of the war crimes, Croats (mostly Catholics) done 6%, and Bosniaks (mainly Muslims) 4% war crimes.
The propaganda campaign to demonize the Serbs fits the larger policy of the Western powers. The Serbs were targeted for demonization because they were the largest nationality and the one most opposed to the breakup of Yugoslavia. None other than Charles Boyd, former deputy commander of the U.S. European command, commented on it in 1994: "The popular image of this war in Bosnia is one of unrelenting Serb expansionism. Much of what the Croatians call 'the occupied territories' is land that has been held by Serbs for more that three centuries. The same is true of most Serb land in Bosnia. . . . In short the Serbs were not trying to conquer new territory, but merely to hold onto what was already theirs." While U.S. leaders claim they want peace, Boyd concludes, they have encouraged a deepening of the war.11
But what of the atrocities they committed? All sides committed atrocities, but the reporting was consistently one-sided. Grisly incidents of Croat and Muslim atrocities against the Serbs rarely made it into the U.S. press, and when they did they were accorded only passing mention.12 Meanwhile Serb atrocities were played up and sometimes even fabricated […]
(Ark) I would like to make a comment. I think to a large extent, we don't really know what's going on around us. Whenever I go out and see what people are doing, all these young people are just like this [mimics walking around staring at smartphone in their hand]. This is their normal life!
(L) With their phone in their hand. Or earbuds in their ears, shutting out interactions with others.
(Ark) And this is normal life. There is no normal life at all!
(Joe) That's it.
(L) So going to so-called normal life is really going to abnormal life. The only place you can have a truly normal life is with a group of people sincerely seeking to grow and change...
(Chu) That's the question people need to ask. There are people who are being tempted by these ideas of a normal life. They need to remember and ask themselves is the world they want to live in normal? It's NOT normal. Anything they're imagining now is a romantic idea of what the world is really like, but it's not.
(Joe) It's the Grass is Greener syndrome. All they have to do is look at the world around them, and then think back to the life they had before they were involved with trying to grow and develop and tune the antennae.
(Scottie) I don't remember if it was Gurdjieff or whoever, but there's that saying that once you "wake up", going back to that previous "normal" life is not possible. It's not that you can't do it. You can! But at what cost? There is always a price to pay. So it's even worse than just romanticizing, at least in some cases.
(Joe) The longer it is that people are involved in working to become real, and realizing what work it really is, the less they remember and the more they romanticize the life they had before.
(Chu) The pull is so strong.
(Pierre) And about what Ark said: that's their life. The face stuck to the screen. It's interesting in conjunction in what we said about how to conduct a healthy life and remove ourselves from STS influences. Imagine the antennas of people doing that and eating crap...
A: We warned strongly about electronic devices years ago!
Thanks for sharing the video, Mike!Seems everyone in the video has there face stuck to their phone and I guess no perspective where all of it might lead.
I mean in the US you have groups that have been deemed as undesirable being cut off from banks and credit card companies by the activism of the crazy Leftists. What if everything was mobile payments and you were seen as undesirable? Would you even be able to eat?
The attached picture sums up my feeling after thinking about all of this, even if we aren't fully there yet...
The only mention of Bosnia (couldn't find Dinaridic/Dinaric/Dalmatia/Dalmatian) I found was this but I like the history on the Dalmatia map you showed:
Those pyramids are very interesting too I think.Q: (L) Are the pyramids in Bosnia just fiction, or are there indeed built structures under those pyramidal hills in Bosnia?
A: Yes there are pyramidal structures.
Mike,Seems everyone in the video has there face stuck to their phone and I guess no perspective where all of it might lead.
Q: (L) Why are there different races?
A: Many reasons. Experimental creations. Partly.
Q: (L) Where did the Orientals come from?
A: Same as all others. Result of experimentation.
Q: (L) Did they originate on this planet? Are they native to this planet?
A: Both. Orientals reserved for souls most advanced; Aryans most aggressive; Negroes most naturally attuned to earth vibrational frequency. So are "native Americans".
1. Educate other if you can.Q: (Atriedes) If you could give 3 pieces of advice to the world, what would they be?
A: I was wrong to think I could change the masses by example. Humans are fickle and self-centered for the most part. Thus, if you wish to really effect changes, it can only be done by early education, and even then it is fragile and will not last. In the end you must be true to your own nature and fear nothing. If you do that you may make a difference after you are gone. That is not exactly what you are looking for, but there are no 3 pieces of advice that serve all events.
I think that, in combination with other information, is very close to the truth. This corresponds to the military power of the groups at the time, their plans, actions etc.And you believe the CIA??
SOTT published/relayed several articles about the war in Yugoslavia, debunking the Western propaganda and lies against the Serbs...
This “parlor trick” is something my friends and I used to do quite often. The first time I sat in the chair, I was literally flung up to the ceiling as if I was weightless. There were also instances where someone was clearly actively resisting and it wouldn’t work. What surprises (or maybe doesn’t at all surprise) me is that one would think that the world would be abuzz about this “miracle”. Scientists would be pulling at the strings of physics trying to explain it. But there’s nothing. Silence. Coral Castle indeed! You’d think that such an easily demonstrable thing as levitation of a person, repeatable and able to be subject to a controlled experimental environment would be earthshaking. The PTB might cast Coral Castle in the shadow of hoax (because no one documented it when it happened in secret), but tossing grown people on the tips of your fingers? That would debunk all debunking. The times I took part in it, the witnesses were bemused but not rightfully stunned. I can only surmise that this is because it’s simply too much of a threat to their sense of reality that they were disconnected from the experience. @goyacobol Is there a discussion about this beyond that session?Q: (Pierre) The beliefs. It reminds me of a question I wanted to ask for months. With Artemis and the guys here, we made this game here in the kitchen where we put our hands on someone's head. And then you concentrate and we were repeating something like 10 times or whatever. Then we put our fingers under the knees and armpits of the subject, and we lift them up. So maybe my first question is: Am I mistaken to think that in some cases, the gravity or the weight of the individual was really reduced?
A: Yes. Coral Castle.
Q: (Pierre) Yeah, exactly! So, through intention... Well, what I want to mention now: There were some cases where the consensus of the belief - maybe concerning the subject... It was with Atreides. He's heavier than the rest of us. He didn't seem to believe it. We did the same procedure, and it didn't work. He was the same weight, and we didn't manage to lift him. So if we didn't manage to lift him, is it because he didn't believe the experiment?
A: Active resistance.
Q: (Pierre) Okay, so he was not into it, or it was scary or whatever, he was not into this state of mind and we didn't manage to lift him.
(Andromeda) Sometimes there are people who don't necessarily believe it, but they're not actively disbelieving it.
(Pierre) Fighting against it.
(Pierre) But in this case, he was opposing. We were not on the same wavelength.
(Mikey) Is that related to the Belief Center that the C's mentioned several times?