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Not sure why the video appears as unavailable, when I can see it on my channel, maybe the URL changed over the past few days? It's strange, if you click the small gray button on the bottom right of the video it should bring you to it. Conversely, there's a back up on Rumble now here: Totalitarismo, caos social y clima extremo
There is this in reference to Yupo's question of why the videos she posted are all showing that they are unavailable.

All YT videos on the forum are currently showing the same...all posted today and in past...
 

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There is this in reference to Yupo's question of why the videos she posted are all showing that they are unavailable.
I see that, and it appears that it's back to normal now, so it must have been something with YT themselves
 

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And today we had a bit of a mix of several topics, we discussed the continuing push for vaccinations in several countries, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia and France, and how it's such a transparent manipulation and segregation. We also talked about some recent figures out of the US and Spain showing the impact the lockdowns had on the mental health of individuals.

We discussed the economic impact of the lockdowns and the stimulus packages some governments have made, and we also discussed the protests that are taking place the world over, and made a special mention of Eric Clapton and his refusal to perform in venues that have a vaccine requirement, which is why he made it to our thumbnail for todays show.

For your consideration, here's #337:

Empieza la segregación global en medio de una quiebra


We should be back to our regular channel next week, and will continue to back everything up on Bitchute, Facebook and Rumble.
 

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We're back to our actual SOTT channel this week.

Today we had a different conversation about the state of the world. As things stand, it's going to get worse before it gets better seems abundantly obvious, and as such we decided to hold a conversation about the mental and emotional state that this causes and how to possibly counteract it.

It was a conversation that invited people to realize the reality of the situation but at the same time, not to loose heart because we've still got our humanity, and we were made for times like these. It's in the darkest of times that our spirit may shine at its brightest. And once we find ourselves the right attitude, that doesn't ignore reality but won't be broken by it, there are several practical things you may do to live on, at home and with your neighbors. So there was a bit of prepping on this show as well.

For your consideration, here's #338:

Soluciones creativas para un mundo totalitario​


 
The whole program is substantially important. SOTT helps us keep our feet on the ground.
Thank you Yas, Andres, Toño, Mau, Alex for being here Saturday after Saturday keeping this fire burning!:love: And thank you Luis for your words and for joining us on this journey.

Luis said:
"We have talked quite a bit about how things are getting, I think everyone with two functional neurons, can recognize that things are quite complicated, more than complicated, it's crazy. It is unlikely that they will get better, most likely they will get worse, we see clear signs of totalitarianism all over the world, in some countries more than in others we see signs of global economic deterioration, caused by quarantines and planetary changes that, of course, the world economic forum wants to take advantage of for its great reset.

The climate is also breaking records every day and affecting more people, as we have seen recently in China, for example, as we have also seen recently in Germany and Belgium.

We see signs of social deterioration, further polarization, we are becoming more and more divided. Do not be fooled, this is by design.

We see transcendental principles and values almost forgotten in the face of the terror provoked by those behind all this madness; we also see individual deterioration, depression and anxiety have skyrocketed as we are forced to remain isolated, to obey without questioning, to turn off our common sense and critical thinking, to accept measures that violate our most basic rights and, you may say, "we already know things are bad". What can be done? Do we sit back and wait for the system to collapse on its own?

Well. yes and no.

To begin with, we need to be aware that the world is not going to change, that's just the way things are, that's the way it happened to us; that in itself puts your feet on the ground and allows you to see things more clearly. It is like seeing the terror of the situation clearly, but, after that understanding, after seeing things without the veil of wishful thinking, we can realize that the only thing we can do in a practical way, first of all, is to change ourselves, to improve ourselves.

There are still things we need to learn, things we need to heal and, very importantly, principles and values to embody during complicated times. The same ones that are missing out there: love for truth and knowledge, justice, love and acceptance, awareness.

It is well said that crises reveal the true nature of people and I think it is clear that we need people who embody positive principles and values in difficult times, without anticipation of anything, I think that is very important.

Do it because it is right in our context and that's it; I also think it is very important to make sense of the crisis, of suffering, during difficult times. Let us remember great existentialist thinkers like Victor Frankl, for example, who spoke precisely about embodying principles, finding the meaning and the lessons also behind the crises in complicated times and understanding them, really understanding them with our whole being.

That is what really allows us to move forward during difficult times. It is also important to understand our individual and collective lessons, it is part of finding this meaning.
All this is what will prevent us from letting ourselves be dragged down by fear, from falling into despair, into hopelessness, into passive pessimism.

The balance we need to achieve is complicated, because, on the one hand, we need to remain attentive to reality, pay attention to the signs, as we have said, see reality as it is, which is what we continue to try to facilitate with these programs for example, and, at the same time, not allow ourselves to be dragged by fear and take charge of working on our own problems.

It is very complicated to try to embody our principles, which we were talking about. Many of us also feel attracted to rebel, to protest, to do something out there, it is a very valid feeling seeing the terror of the situation. But, as we have already commented, the most appropriate way to rebel or to fight is to start with ourselves, it is the inner work, that is, "I do not agree with the lies, the manipulation, the nihilism, the lack of principles and values out there"...Well, then start with yourself.

Let us act with conscience, knowing how our actions affect our life and that of those around us. For now there is nothing to do "out there", so to speak, is to wait strategically while we observe and deal with our own life lessons and possibly later, who knows, something can be done, rebuild something like it again, without any kind of anticipation. It is extremely important to work on our own emotional and psychological issues, because if things get more and more complicated, we need functional humans, not burdens. Human beings who know how to do their best in their own life context. People who can use their skills and creativity to be helpful if needed, of course, there are other things that can be done from a practical point of view, we'll talk about it later, because I don't know, preparing from an economic point of view, preparing our food, preserving, storing food, even creating local support networks (We had already talked about that out there, in some program) if possible and if your own context needs it.

The point is that, if things get very complicated, it is not just surviving to survive. It is not survival, to be useful we need meaning and purpose in our lives in difficult times.
Be responsible, that is, I respond according to my knowledge and what I observe out there.

Below, I share some excerpts that speak about Frankl and his teachings. In times of great suffering, it is good to return to these articles:
In 1930, as a young doctor, he organized a special counseling program for young people. In 1931, for the first time in years, there were no youth suicides in Vienna. For several years he also ran a clinic for women struggling with suicidal thoughts.
In Auschwitz suicide was a temptation, but relatively few "ran for the wire." When someone started talking about suicide, the other prisoners tried to dissuade him. Frankl saw what kind of arguments brought the desire to live again. He found that when people believed they were irreplaceable, they felt a responsibility to persevere. "A man who becomes aware of the responsibility he has toward a human being who waits affectionately for him, or toward an unfinished work, will never be able to throw his life away. He knows the 'why' of his existence, and will be able toendure almost any 'how'."

The importance of choice
The difference between a person who knows how to overcome his problems and face adversity in life and a person who fails to overcome them is that the former is a person who decides, who chooses to be one thing or another, in spite of the conditions in which he lives.
Life has meaning in any circumstance
Dr. Frankl speaks in this sense of hopelessness as a mathematical operation. Hopelessness equals suffering without purpose. If a person cannot find meaning in his suffering, he will tend toward hopelessness. But if the person is able to find meaning in adversity, he can turn his tragedies into an achievement, a form of overcoming.
"Self-love is the starting point for the growth of the person who feels the courage to take responsibility for his own existence." - Viktor Frankl

Spiritual freedom
"Those of us who were in concentration camps remember the men who went from barrack to barrack consoling others, giving them the last piece of bread they had left. They may have been few in number, but they offered proof enough that everything can be taken away from man except one thing: the last of human freedoms - the choice of personal attitude to a set of circumstances - to decide one's own path."
Frankl intends to teach his readers that they can be free in spite of their circumstances, that even their suffering can give meaning to their existence. Suffering and an adverse environment need not necessarily be chains.
However, in order to do so, one of the most difficult but necessary struggles is to face oneself and know oneself as a free being capable of choosing how to face life spiritually. This is not an easy struggle, nor is it a once-in-a-lifetime struggle - spiritual freedom is conquered every day.
Frankl also shows us how in the midst of so much evil and pain, the prisoners in the camps could appreciate the beauty of a sunset, discuss the meaning of existence, increase their religious faith and even have humor.
If many of them sought to make sense of their pain, why shouldn't all of us who have not walked through that darkness seek meaning in our lives?

Chan! What a question! No?
Alejo said:
"...not to be discouraged because we still have our humanity and we are made for times like these. It is in the darkest moments that our spirit can shine with its maximum splendor".

What else can I add? Only to say thank you again for this light in the midst of so much darkness, giving encouragement to those who are hopeless, without falling into wishful thinking or illusion.
This is the task of being functional and responsible beings.:flowers:
 

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What else can I add? Only to say thank you again for this light in the midst of so much darkness, giving encouragement to those who are hopeless, without falling into wishful thinking or illusion.
Thank you so much for your kind words and the links Stella Marys! :D It's very nice to see that we're not talking to everyone, but to the right ones :)

As for today, as we had been censored by YT once again last week, we're back on a different channel and will be uploading the backup to other platforms.

But today we decided to do a connecting the dots on several topics and news items that caught our attention this week. France's protest and Covid passes, The failure of the vaccines to prevent people from getting the virus, and the Delta variant disappearing from India, with a low vaccination rate, amongst a few other things.

For your consideration here's #339

Inoculaciones inservibles y el colapso de la Delta​


As an update to everyone, we shall not be long in YT, I do believe it's a matter of time before they kick us out completely and so we have started to look into streaming live elsewhere, we will post here once we have further information.
 

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And today we had the absolute pleasure of having Chu around for a conversation about language. She has recently published an amazing series of videos discussing some of her findings and we figured we'd ask her to come and chat about it with us in Spanish.

It was also very nice to take a break from the nonsense the world over. Not to mention that it's an absolutely fascinating topic with so many implications that have been discussed in the thread here.

For all your consideration here's #340:

Entrevista a Juliana Barembuem: Lenguaje, sonidos y diseño inteligente​



 

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Thank you guys! That was a lot of fun, and you had very interesting questions! It was a pleasure to be there. And it seems that this time you avoided YT's censure!:lol:

By the way, the series of videos that this interview was about now has Spanish subtitles! Apologies for not having had them ready for the show:

Ya tiene subtítulos en español toda la serie:
 

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Thank you guys! That was a lot of fun, and you had very interesting questions! It was a pleasure to be there. And it seems that this time you avoided YT's censure!:lol:

By the way, the series of videos that this interview was about now has Spanish subtitles! Apologies for not having had them ready for the show:

Ya tiene subtítulos en español toda la serie:
And it has been the most popular of our shows on YT in well over a year and change!

You might have to come back some time soon for the sequel :)
 

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And we're back to our channel! ( Again again... this year)

Not sure how long we will las there, but for the time being we will carry on.

This week we discussed Afganistan, what is being mentioned officially and what has happened over the years that we've been paying attention to. How the narratives differ and how it's being handled in the media these days. We also speculated a bit about the possible short term future for the country and the world, particularly the US.

For your consideration, here's #341:

El momento “Misión Cumplida” de Biden en Afganistán​


 

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And Afganistan has given us a break from the cobicho, today we had a conversation about Afganistan, and what transpired during the week. That bombing in Kabul and how Biden is slowly loosing friends in the PR machine that the MSM is in the US.

We also discussed Pfizer's "approval" in the US, and the small print, how sneaky.

For your consideration here's #342:

ISIS K, la nueva variante del terrorismo

 

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Today we had an interesting conversation about the weather, we took advantage that the Earth Changes summary had just been published, and that Ida made a mess of the North East in the US to talk about the human cosmic connection, or at least the way the weather is reflecting the chaos in society.

Or maybe nature is going "I'm going to make you have something REAL to complain about, something real to fear". We also had an update on covid measures.

For your consideration, here's #343

Clima extremo en tiempos del totalitarismo sanitario​



 

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And as it could not be any other way, today we talked 911, the one event that kicked the ball into motion that has grown and grown over two decades and culminated in what we see today.

We had a conversation making a comparison of the two events, the coronanonsense and the 911 attacks, and there's quite a few and you could almost draw a perfect line of cause and effect between the two.

Omnipresent invisible enemy that ought to be eliminated at all costs, specially if that cost is the freedom of the people, and those to dare to question this effort, are terrorists, who are part of the enemy and ought to be destroyed as well.

Then we also had an update on totalitarianstan. For your consideration, here's #344 (which someone pointed out adds up to 11! freaky!) :-0

Mentiras verdaderas: Del 11S al C0v11d​


 

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And today we had a bit of a connecting the dots on the relentless march of the governments for control and their passes and passports and what have you, their mandates and so on.

But also, we discussed some of the forms of resistance that are becoming visible, lawsuits in the US, protests in the EU and refusals all over the planet.

Times are getting interesting indeed. For your consideration, here's #345:

Casos de totalitarismo y casos de resistencia​


 
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