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Forum Post: Something You've Never Seen Is Happening In Europe

Posted 4 years ago on Sept. 13, 2016, 7:56 p.m. EST by Nevada1 (5843)
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[-] 2 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

In light of the recent uproar regarding the U.S. ban on the immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, here's a video clip showing what happened in Europe with the influx of migrants.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 4 years ago

Thank you for video. Everyone needs to see this.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

Hey Nevada :) good to see you stop by! Reality truly sucks right now - when one considers how broken our system of governance is and how deathly ill our society is that Drumpf actually could be a candidate and so much worse that he actually got elected!

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 4 years ago

Hey DKA, Nice to see you. Am preparing for the worst and hoping for the best.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

preparing for the worst and hoping for the best

Sound thinking - It is great to see so many people pushing back against the insane asshole we have for president - even more surprising is seeing all of the anger being vented at republican town-hall meetings.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 3 years ago

Hey DKA, Have you seen any migrant related problems in your town?

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 3 years ago

Nope not yet - I suppose if it comes up around here - it will show up in public complaints that their roofers were snatched off of the job.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 3 years ago

Oh yes, in my beloved Trumpanzia, unemployed GOOP is "draining the swamp" of the foot-in-mouth baby's Oval Office in the dark of night. Its Greatest Show on Earth has been shut down due to the lack of public interest so it joins the Greatest Freak Show on Earth Ever starring the Toddler. Hurray, hurrah, the thirsty Toddler will have No water to fall into unwittingly and be drowned. He has touched the Orb.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

U R correct

I have to this point in time

Never been involved in a riot to protest being murdered.

Funny thing (not really funny)

The majority of the population of the USA - may very well feel 1st hand what that is all about!

Being murdered that is

Not by a random stranger - but of course - by a member of local authority!

[-] 3 points by Nevada1 (5843) 4 years ago

World is falling apart.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

Yes it is!

And unfortunately - too many who are in position of power and influence are in charge and are apparently insane and blinded by personal greed/gain and are furthering the collapse of this world!

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 4 years ago

Yes, "insane and blinded by greed/gain." And, extreme hate.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

extreme hate - bread and butter to many who try to gain and hold power

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Actually, the World is coming together much too fast like a gigantic hunk of plutonium being compressed by communication technologies and transportations. Minds and accordingly behaviors are still stuck in decades-, centuries-, millennia-old ways.

The migrants want to go to culturally distant lands rather than where they know the language, the culture, and the customs. Therein lies the source of the problem.

Saudi Arabia was a country jerked a millennium forward in time in decades. The only way that it could survive was through extreme autocratic coercions and ejecting the non-conforming to the world as garbage. Same thing happened to Germany and Japan, medieval societies suddenly jerked into a crowded modernity. World Wars ensued.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 3 years ago

Something You've Never Seen Is Happening In Europe


This is what happens when governments practice Democide.

People need to live - have the right to live - and will look to go where they hear that peace and prosperity is the rule and not the exception. When areas are hell on earth people will leave and go anywhere else they can any way that they can.

People should not be surprised. People should be looking to change how their countries treat their populations and how other countries treat their populations - and demand that REAL aid be sent to poverty stricken (resource scarce) countries instead of weapons or billions of dollars that corrupt governments put into off-shore treasure hoards instead of using it to improve life in their countries!

People should not be surprised that they are being swamped in refugees - they should if anything be surprised that it has not happened sooner!

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 3 years ago

There's a huge difference between refugees who willingly pledge to join our American way of life from the asylum seekers who harbor intentions to subvert our way of life eventually in the name of "religions" containing embedded "Hebrew Frank" civil laws.

"When in Rome, do as the Romans do." Learn and apply the languages/dialects, customs, and traditions of the locals so as to integrate seamlessly. Some parts of the cultures are vital for maintaining the high quality of life that the migrants have craved for.

Okay, I gave up my chamber pot and a (not really mine, thank God for giving me a big brother who fetched the water until it[after the brand-new extra thick yoke had snapped, in exasperation and astonishment, he said, "no more fetching water!" and it was so -- for Abba's paternal benefits just arrived.] became unnecessary) yoke to fetch water with several decades ago. I wash my hands before I eat and I carried a white handkerchief(nowadays tissue paper or just sneeze or cough into the elbow hollow of a sleeve if needed extremely fast; it's good for a white flag, too, if I'm caught in a shootout and need to come out without being shot) starting at when I was in elementary school. New habits serve me well. Yes, some cultures' customs and traditions are superstitious or bogus but if it's pretty harmless(such as some of my Mom's rituals with wine), let it be.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 3 years ago

Sour G - I take it that you are possibly American? If so are you an immigrant or a native American - you know = American Indian. You have a good point if you are pointing out how immigrants (from all over the world) stole this country from the American Indians.

So - are you working to restore this country to the original settlers = American Indians? Or What?

Pretty much every country in the world now - has immigrants from around the world.

So whats your plan?

America has ALWAYS been the melting pot - the only ones to ever really been suppressed into abandoning their native born beliefs - are the American Indian. Everyone else comes here and are allowed to add their birth culture to our culture - even Muslims at this point in time.

You are saying that this melting pot should be ended? Is that what you are saying? If so - then who's idea of America should be adopted and everything else scrubbed out of it?

Lets remove all Italian foods - because they are not native born foods - they were brought here from somewhere else - lets do the same for French foods as they are from somewhere else as well - lets remove every single thing from our society that originated somewhere else!

Good luck with that!

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 3 years ago

》Jawohl, mein Herr, ich bin Amerikaner.《 From what I could discover, everyone stole from everyone else and no one owned anything originally but property rights had been invented in multiple lands to reduce the level of competition as human population density increased. In olden times before property rights were generally recognized, we had perpetual battles and wars. Reducing the level of competition to allow for cooperation made the Rise of Man(or more accurately, of Eve's family) possible.

Our closest relatives in animal kingdom, the bonobos and chimpanzees, all have bones in their boners but we DON'T! Female chimpanzees have very overt signs of estrus and will NOT mate nearly all of the time Unlike human females who have hidden estrus and sexy All of the time. Perpetual Sex with little male/male sex competition after coitus allowed the formation of a long-term pair bond called a family, not a harem like the chimpanzees. We have allowed male-to-male cooperation to flourish once we have formed families protected by the communally recognized males' property rights of the females. Not having the sexual competition from other human males post-coitus allows the males to lose their bones from their penises. In a word, human beings became great because we had invented Perpetual Sex(or Perpetual Congress) and the huge brain size and institutions to safeguard that(family rights, prohibition of adulteries, debasement of prostitutes, etc.) to allow cooperation to flourish.

Paternal investments in the clearly whose offspring from Perpetual Sex made the Rise of Eve's family possible. Where we have fuzzy paternity or the resulting insufficient paternal investments, we also have chimpanzee-like social state(in Chicago, for example, where it's more dangerous than Afghanistan). I kept on harping about paternal investments because I had realized how important it was in my case. Yes, being "conquered" linguistically/verbally, I spoke my Papa's language because he had the "army and navy" and slower in verbal intelligence than I was as a child but that "conquest" or more accurately communication breakthrough came with the benefits of the goodwill seeds that he and my Grandpa had planted. Paternalism(father's and government's[which required unambiguous paternity, it was confusing for a while due to the multiple dialects and languages used in our family so we had to pull my birth certificate to resolve the discrepancies in school, employment, and residency records which seemed to imply multiple fathers{my brother messed up acting on behalf of my absent father in addition to the language/dialect-caused discrepancies} that was absolutely biologically, nDNA Y, impossible at that time]) worked for me at critical junctures. "I know Your Name(君の名は), Papa, Dad, Abba, Father, Vater, 爸爸, ... although it's very confusing."

I'm for the further Rise of Eve's family so I'm not advocating to restore this country to the original state of the Original Americans which had lots of wars with scalpings etc. The reduction of wars on multiple levels has contributed greatly to the overall quality of life. Ask the modern Japanese and Germans with their meteoric Rise under Pax Americana and you'll know. I used to wonder why the older Japanese didn't hold vehement animosity against Americans because the U.S. had nuked Japan twice. It's because they had an even more awful mandate(to fight to the death for the Emperor) to carry out than to have some of them killed by the two bombs.

My plan is the same as what France and Germany had pursued for many decades, an integrated world with few wars and with conflicts resolved through just legal institutions. Germany and France fought so many times before that they only had a real chance of integration under Pax Americana(I'm sure many people like ImNotMe or flip will hate me for saying this but ask the older Germans and French who had experienced WWII, they know and love Periplaneta americana[by far, the easiest lowest maintenance pets for kids to keep]). I'm so glad that Merkel and Macron will carry the torch of peace that the U.S. had brought to them. I much prefer a peaceful and united Europe but there's such a thing as overly fast undesirable change due to some migrants' software incompatibility.

I've never said that the melting pot of the U.S. should be shut down. We are defined by our adherence to the U.S. Constitution so we follow that, Regardless of whether we had been born here or had moved and stayed here legally. The case against some versions of Islam is that they are Unconstitutional: Shari'a with beheadings, harems(we need bones in our Trumpanzian boners to uphold that as everyone can clearly see from the greatly admired Saudi Arabia's flag), and stonings for adulterors and fornicators. As for Jesus's first miracle, turning water into choice wine? It's only allowed in the [U.S.] Embassy(because it's diplomatically ceded territory to a foreign country).

Jesus died on the Cross asking for wine but got vinegar instead as an insult by the Roman soldiers guarding Him. He loved wine symbolizing life-giving blood. Having just been denied wine on the Cross, He died. His teachings helped the wine industry survive the Prohibition. I love Jesus for this. I'm sure that we can have a good time together sipping choice wine while eating potica in Trumpanzia.

[-] 1 points by agkaiser (2479) from Fredericksburg, TX 3 years ago

The success of Wall St. will swell the numbers of the poor. The violence will grow as the middle class shrinks. Marx didn't predict the failure of capitalism in this or the next century.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 3 years ago

The middle class has been the backbone of the world.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 3 years ago

Marxist thoughts caused great tribulations and even now are still preserved to emerge one day to wreak havoc again. Here is a caricature of the historical circumstances near the time of the breakout of Marxist thoughts to reality in the Wrong type of countries and subsequently struggled with Fascism. The globalization of Capitalism prior to 1914 probably caused the Great War to end ALL wars and the subsequent War sequels. Although he was an extremely rich patrician, FDR was afflicted with polio which caused his enlightenment that saved the U.S.A. from Marxism.

Some diseases changed the course of history, polio for FDR(imagine having No Social Security in the U.S.!) and typhoid death for Leland Stanford Jr.(imagine having No Silicon Valley!) My own family history was greatly changed by a disease, too, the influenza pandemic of 1918. My consciousness reaches further back easily because of the deaths of so many next-of-kins and siblings(pains and sufferings sear memories durable). There were therefore very few generational gaps for me to overcome. In a certain sense, I "emerged" from a time capsule sent off to far, far away. History helps us live in wisdom and with the proper perspective. As a physicist may well say, "It's the field that matters. All else follows the Math."

Many countries' peoples are still holding on and pursuing their lost days of glory as conquering empires. The Islamic Umma had a great empire so we now get a global war with its expansionary push. Russia still longs for its days of the Soviet Empire so we get Georgia, Crimea, East Ukraine. Only the remnants of the old empires which have given up their expansionary quests have achieved great happiness. Yes, Russia, watch out, the Swedes conquered Russia so they certainly have historical claims but lucky for you, the Swedes are enlightened and much happier. There's also the tiny Denmark which owned a vast empire, including Sweden, which is near the top on the happiness scale. Well, they haven't won a war in centuries!

Closer to home, our Dutch Governor Petrus Stuyvesant "lost" New Netherlands to the British. Yes, New York is very happy to have escaped the sure destruction. Stuyvesant didn't "lose" because peace won. If the U.S. could say the same thing as Denmark or Switzerland can("we haven't won a war in centuries"), maybe we'd be much happier.

[-] 1 points by agkaiser (2479) from Fredericksburg, TX 3 years ago

The profits of Wall St. are costs to everyone else. When we aren't paid enough to cover the higher costs they loan us the profits at interest and compound the problem thereby. That's the inevitable death spiral Marx predicted.

Yes, FDR changed the destructive pattern a little bit and until Nixon in 1970 changed it back we had the greatest prosperity the world has ever known. By today, Marx is not only back on track but ahead of the predicted timeline.

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 3 years ago

the greatest prosperity the world has ever known

Was absolutely fueled by FDR and the programs for society that he pushed through - which put living wage jobs into the hands of thousands and benefited millions more upon completion of those projects.

Introduction of STRICT wall street regulations was also necessary to success.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 3 years ago

What is kind of funny & sad = though t wealthy also benefited gr8ly from FDR - they don't ever want 2 c another FDR !

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 4 years ago
[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Wow! The migrants were well off, leaving behind so many mattresses, etc. If I could only find the recycling pedlar, I can probably grow a hundred dental cavities in a year with all of the honey-glazed crackers from him that I can eat. Warm maple-syrup-glazed waffles are even more flavorful.

If your mom gives you a piece of chewing gum to chew, remember never to kiss her on her cheek despite your love for her unless you have first spat out the chewed gum. As a child, I was stupid enough to mistake the chewing gum as bubblegum and left a permanent scar on my mom's face from the far-too-sticky chewing gum (misused by me as bubblegum). I miss mom, who bore the love-kiss mark from me.

I still wonder sometimes if my leaving the mark was a reason that she had me circumcised afterwards - a mark for a mark, like primeval justice for curbing "stranded hotness."

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

The birth rate difference between the Muslims and the natives of Europe will eventually islamize Europe. It's a mathematical certainty.

We had the same projection, too, for the U.S. Catholic population. What's most important is whether Shari'a shall rule. It's presently incompatible with the U.S. Constitution.

I realized that God could not be everywhere so we should just accept that Allahu Akbar and enforce the U.S. Constitution which we had, have, and shall have as the Covenant pledged to each other as fellow Americans. You be my angel and I be yours.

[-] 3 points by Viking (417) 4 years ago

"It's [Sharia law] presently incompatible with the U.S. Constitution."

Sects of Judaism, and the religious right (if they got what they wanted) are "presently incompatible with the Constitution" too. And hey what about Catholicism as it was practiced during the Dark Ages especially. There was a reason that it took almost 200 years for the US to elect a Catholic President. People were worried that he would get his directives from Rome.

And what about the pedophilia, and the brutalizing of indigenous people in the name of civilizing and christianizing them. That went on with the Catholic religion for centuries, unpunished? Do you reckon that was Constutional?

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Cruel and unusual punishments are explicitly prohibited in the Bill of Rights. We may well become a secular Allahu Akbar state eventually (our Constitution can flex, example being alcohol - we were more Islamic on this than any other western country; my diet can easily be made compliant, I think, with Islam and Hinduism), similar to the secular Jewish state that we have just bought off.

Stay focused. We don't have a migrant moral issue with the Catholics right now. Many Jews are non-observant so are many Protestants. They do not form armed groups holding territories to force their spiritual laws on others with brutal means.

[-] 1 points by Viking (417) 4 years ago

Your ethnocenticity and your inability too look at the unconstitutional beliefs of many sects in Judaism and Christianity are obvious. So is your obfuscating rhetoric. I suggest that you forget what you were fed in the Empire's school.

You may also want to consider why civilizations that have been suppressed for decades by the West and the despotic leaders who we supported cannot progress in a like way, to ones that haven't been.

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

right on. seems to be hopeless here no? some simply cannot give up their misguided thinking - "there are non so blind as those who will not see." we do need an enemy right? right now we have plenty - muslims, russian, chinese and more. what would eisenhower say i wonder

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

All denizens of the cesspool, including me, take its conditions as the norm until we awaken slowly to the realization of: What happened to Kansas? Sloshing and digging through ArsKansas takes reconstructive work and time. Cock-ad-oodle-doo.

For example, I remember that the gum that I stuck to my mom's face was far-too-sticky, with which it was hard to blow big bubbles, and it was dull-colored. Then I looked into bubblegum's history of invention. Pink food coloring was used on the not-so-sticky gum and I remember that most bubblegums were indeed vividly colored. Lacking a refined vocabulary (such as for saying a whale skeleton instead of an "elephant fish" skeleton) due to being a child then, I think that the stuck gum could not have been bubblegum but it was likely chewing gum instead. There are external objective data that can help with pre- and retro- cognition.

Through reconstructions, I can peer into the future as well as the past but it takes time and effort to adjust the foci to sharpen the views to the events(note how the icicles' breakoff on Challenger's launch presaged the insulation foam's breakoff that doomed Columbia). External objective data (such as the dates of the assassination of JFK, Apollo-11's alarming Lunar Landing, the song of a Romance, "Les astronautes, je vous aime tous, je me souviens," Space Shuttle Challenger's explosion on launch, Space Shuttle Columbia's breakup on re-entry, Fall of the Berlin Wall, etc.) can augment fuzzy memories to yield sharper images of a reality. "The probable tends to have happened or happen."

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

i think i would like to try the drugs you are using -- can you tell me what they are? you seem to be in a very good place mentally to watch the coming shit storm and i am not. would you describe it as comfortably numb or......?

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Curiosity so it's most likely dopamine which is intrinsic and accessible to almost everyone, with children having higher levels.

The booster shot for a preschooler is impossible for you, as a broken mirror cannot be made whole again to be shattered. When I was four years old and my mom was away handling business, the pubescent babysitter looking after me handed me a fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Subsequently, I made discoveries. Cerumen is waxy/oily and bitter. Tears are wet and slightly salty. Boogers are saltier. It was never comfortably numb.

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

quaaludes - for sure you are doing ludes - the only thing that makes any sense. i applaud you so being as coherent as you are under those conditions!

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

My silence bred injustice because my mom blamed my heightened sensitivity (which at first I thought of as being nothing unusual until I had contrasted my reaction to a classmate's relating his springbreak experience with the blondes and his streaking, with my blushing and freezing reaction to two young women's bringing up to me the topic of streaking) on a neighborhood-boy playmate instead of the pubescent-girl babysitter. My sensitivity was not due to Quaaludes. Things may not really be what they seem. Let Justice take its time and run its course with its procedures.

Mr. Doughnuts, please don't say, "I missed the doughnuts."

One who lives in a cesspool for as long as can be remembered never thinks of it as being abnormal to live there. Differences awaken.

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

no need to confirm - all is clear

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Good. When I was sunstruck on a remote island and glimpsed at the molten-copper face, we entered the lunatic asylum run by US, the patients - "And the Moon and the Star, were the Gift you gave; to der Dark and die endless Sguy."

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

yea yea yea - we all got it. dropped on your head as an infant - drugs for pain for you and anxiety drugs for mom. valium as you got older then ludes once you figured out that they were the bomb. who knows what cocktail you are working now but it is clear you do not want to share. it is also clear that it is working so more power to you. i hear iowaska is the best - tried it?

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Occupyspouse: Eros(Love) + Psyche -> Hedone(Happiness)

amor est vitae essentia

amor vincit omnia

As a child upgrading from a vf. chewing gum, I lusted after a model airplane filled with chocolates but sublimated the desire eventually. Desires can be controlled and also overcome, or you may get a Judeo-custom ritual done to you (I hated getting mine, erroneously IMO).

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Here's a film for you that's of "hallucinogenic intensity" about cultural barriers and clashes that resulted in the breakdown of communications: Walkabout. It can be seemingly boring if you are not tuning into its symbols, metaphors, etc. Follow this link and then to the "king of pain" link and you may understand psychological state of the father who tried to murder his own children. He was triggered multiple times by the flies and his children, who spoke with mouth full, who blared the radio twice, who bothered him with the toy car's wheel having come off, his inability to find anything valuable to mark up (no garnet) in his mineral surveying report. He couldn't bear facing his children's losing their swimming-pool Sydney-harbor-side living and was irritated. The film shows the despair that was sung of in Synchronicity II with the monster from the bottom of the Scottish loch barging in the door.

I saw steel beams with cracked paint in subway stations and bridges just like those at the opening scene. The cracked paint and holes contrast with the cracks in rocks to show that they are different and yet the same - all will be corroded or eroded. The film is about our Kansas and ArsKansas and the contrast between kill-or-be-starved of the walkabout and the relentless drives for Moar minerals, airplanes, gun-pointed-into-mouth, guns' bang, bang, and Moar bangs. He cracked up and rebelled against the white material civilization and its discontents thereby sending his children to a supposedly more primeval mode of survival.

There are many parallels of killings, sexual attractions, longings for and losses of innocence, rites of passage, turning and inflection points, etc. If you have taken art appreciation classes, you can probably discern these very quickly in the film. Art appreciation education taught me how to see and feel, to gain better control and create higher-level integration of my senses' data.

Understanding cultural barriers and clashes can help with overcoming the barriers and clashes between European cultures and those of Muslim migrants. Younger children tend to be more capable of crossing the barriers. Ghettos tend to support the continuation of the barriers and clashes on the cultural boundaries. They can be both good and bad, akin to magnetization domains in ferromagnetic materials being bigger or smaller to lower overall energy.

Another movie I like is 2001: A Space Odyssey. It's full of symbolisms, too.

I'm not trying to be difficult with you, not telling you the drugs I'm taking. The Truth is that I'm taking No drugs but I feel intensely(so I suspect that my upbringing or heredity may have something to do with it). I'm very happy with the result(of needing no drugs) due to my epiphany that my body talks and I must listen well. As sensory inputs can in some cases replace drugs, I give you some sensory inputs in the form of movies. All sensory inputs are converted into configurations of body chemicals as are drugs so there is really no difference between them deep down. We are all just macroscopic electrochemical machines so causality applies and history counts (although the relations may still reach into undecoded memories so causality may not be apparent or possible).

amor vincit omnia

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

high on life it seems

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

I never used any and all of these drugs you have mentioned. I'm a member of occupyspouse so I do voluntarily partake of the serotonin, adrenalin, dopamine, norepinephrine, and oxytocin as described in this sex education "Your Body During Sex" video.

I suspect that dopamine (for curiosity) has the most prominent effect on me. In addition, less than two years of sexual/genital discoveries and adventures since the babysitter's taking-all-our-clothes-off event probably increased my exposure to testosterone. Then I had nearly a decade of sexual dormancy as I occupied myself with learning to read, going to school, and understanding sibling's high school textbooks and public library's collection.

I suspect the precocious testosterone exposure has probably made me a very sexually charged (as DK had observed once in passing) and spatially imaginative person but the emotional scars from the uneven power relation had lingered to even today, many decades later. My spouse had noticed my sensitivity but would not believe the babysitter's event. Like fire and just as vital, sex is a too primal and powerful drive to be handed casually to a young child.

I tried to share before but people would not believe, including my spouse. It was very hard to gauge how much to disclose and what the repercussions might be. I feel that I made the correct choice to have kept my mouth shut about this for so many decades. This movie video portrays well the disbelief, denial, anguish, and anger associated with childhood sexual molestation, if disclosed: "There's Something about Amelia(1983)."

[-] 1 points by flip (7101) 4 years ago

ok so all good for you and your spouse - no need to share anymore about dopamine or testosterone or you abuse as a young child. all that seems to be very much off topic -like most of your responses to very normal points raised about serious issues. i assume there is no need to point out some of your hunter thompson type rants. if you continue in that vein there will be no other conclusion to draw than you are channeling hunter and are too mean to share the substances used. just so you know i am a big fan of hunter and really like the opening letter in "the curse of lono." i look forward to very reasonable conversation going forward.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

I wish my mom were not infatuated with the Empire's teachings about circumcision inherited from Judaism and Christianity. Jesus supposedly said that the body is God's Temple so I think that cutting the foreskin defiles the holy temple.

Were the Vikings circumcised after converting to Christianity? My classmate of Norwegian (Viking stock) descent wasn't circumcised. Why me then?

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

If you want to discuss the unconstitutionality of Judaism and Christianity, we should open a new case post for each and link them to this one by reference. Suppression of civilizations by the U.S.A. should also get a separate post.

This is the proper legal practice to follow. Every case gets a new number.

I presume that this post is for the migrant issue entering Europe from mostly Islamic lands.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

"Walls" seem to be good.

I see burqas, hijabs, etc. to be Muslim's "walls" to prevent their females from rousing sinful lusts in their males. If their males could not be raised from childhood with sufficient self-restraint not to rape, these "walls" do contribute to social order.

Likewise, western cultures have long lived without imposing undue burdens on their females to prevent their rousing the males sufficiently for them to rape. Requiring western countries' females to do the same as Muslim females is unjust.

Legal systems use many kinds of "walls" to ensure justice is enforced properly so let western countries follow western laws and values and Muslim countries follow Muslim laws and values. A restraining order between the two should be enforced. Separate peace.

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Young German woman pleads for help with the migrant cultural clash in Germany. The message is being censored by the powers that be(A U.S. sociotechnology/media company Facebook was allegedly involved in the coverup: "Germany and Facebook censor users in order to suppress statements that oppose German mass immigration, islamisation, rape and murder of Germans, mostly by muslims. Censorship has been outsourced to the Bertelsmann company Arvato. ").

Who will respond? Herr Drumpf? "Germany today, U.S. tomorrow." Do we really want the same problems over here(politically enforced misogynistic Islam and the Latin American machismo imported from Spain and its Inquisitions that had expelled Islam from Iberia) in the U.S.A.?

[-] 2 points by ImNotMe (1488) 4 years ago

I don't know wtf you're up to grapes BUT it has a definite stink to it!

Cheap, reactionary, human hating - I can find on Twitter but here?!!

Right-Wing, xenophobic Trumpish crap here will not fly too easily!!!

caveat emptor ...

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

"All men are created equal." However, men are also created as programmable(in my opinion why God didn't just kill off everyone in the Deluge - not all was lost as long as the seed for transcendence persists in men). We were all programmed slightly to greatly differently(the hardware is largely the same but the software depends on upbringing environments).

Not to recognize that fact for all mankind is the gravest mistake that we can make. Our First Amendment doesn't mean anything to vast swathes of humanity. As an American citizen privileged and honored to have that wedged squarely in our Constitution, I hold it as self-evident truth that I and all my fellow Americans who truly understand "e pluribus unum" are different from all others who don't.

The U.S.A. exists because in the darkest hours of our fight for independence, our colonial delegates had transcended religious sectarian differences to honor God Almighty through a common and shared prayer, the seed for our greatness embodied in the Constitution as the first and foremost right of the People. The U.S.A. was specially blessed by the First Amendment protecting any dissidents' right to free speech, conscience, press, peaceable assembly, petition for grievances, and religion including non-observance. Any and all people(s) who do not observe or tolerate our First Amendment has NO place in the dominion of the U.S. even though we are an immigrant country.

There's a huge difference between refugees who willingly pledge to join our American way of life from the asylum seekers who harbor intentions to subvert our way of life eventually in the name of "religions" containing embedded "Hebrew Frank" civil laws. DK and I keep on saying Texass, Texass because megalomaniacal Texass has the political tendency of "We answer to a Higher Authority." Through the "golden gates and doors," may the wretched and broken-hearted refuse of thy teeming shores be blessed with the pursuit of happiness, as we ourselves have been. By Liberty.

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 4 years ago

More self-regarding US Exceptionalism, huh?! Some news for you MrG, USA isn't the only multi-ethnic, multi-religion society on Earth now, or in history!! In fact .. best comparison is actually Imperial Rome!!!

By the way - ''transcendence'' will come from humanity realizing that Esoteric Judeo Kabbalist; Gnostic Christian; Sufi-Muslim; Hindu / Buddhist Yogi; Zen Master or Psycho-Spiritual Adept of - ANY creed or none ... that our Spiritual Nature is either Universal OR it is non-existent ie. it is for everyone or no one! NO one tradition has either unique insight of or access to, the Numinous, Eternal, Immutable ..Ein Sof, Ommmkar, Ha Shem, YHWH, call it what you will!! It is ALWAYS ''e pluribus unum'' - for it was always ''e unum pluribus''!!!

The USA exists because of Christian Colonialism; Religious Refugees and Asylum Seekers .. and later Revolutionary, Liberal (relative to the times), Secular Humanists. God, had less to do with US' inception than The French Revolution. The First Amendment was as much about keeping all religion at bay in the ''government of the people'' as anything else. Also, what do you mean by ... ''the dominion of the U.S.''?!

NO refugee & his or her family, is coming to the US to ''subvert (y)our way of life eventually in the name of "religions" grapes and the USA is plenty strong enough to deal with ANY half-wit, who may think so! STOP being &/or wanting to be ... scared and outraged!! US Wars & Subversions, supported by NATO, are THE cause of misery & mass migration in the world today & to deny that, would be exceptionalist!!!

The only real ''liberty'' we have left is the freedom to think for ourselves and see and connect the dots we can glean and glimpse. Don't waste it on fear and hate .. like Oligarchy & Deep Govt. wants us to do ...

amor et lux; nunc et semper; hic et ubique ...

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 3 years ago

The American Revolution(1765-1783) predates the French Revolution(1789-1799) so it's more logical for the former to have inspired the latter.

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 3 years ago

Yes, the American Revolution preceded the French Revolution .. as you say even tho' the build up to the latter went on for years. Thomas Paine, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson & others - were involved in the milieu of Revolutionary Paris before the US Declaration of Independence in 1776. That was then; this is now:

respice, adspice, prospice ...

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Climate change and lousy rulers are the other causes(the U.S. and N.A.T.O. were not and are not powerful enough to precipitate/halt these) of misery and migrations in the world. The crisis in Syria and Europe is caused by these.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

"Dominion of the U.S." means wherever the U.S. owns sovereignty control.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

The First Amendment is for keeping our federal government out of religions, not the other way around. The U.S.A. is the most religious(just don't ask what we believe, nor what we don't believe, [isn't diversity great?] too many, too hard to answer!) nation in the "developed" world. Colonies (which became states later) came first and they long had their own religious sects. That's why overcoming the sectarian divide was so vital for the founding fathers. Not transcending the religious sectarian divide at the session-opening prayer meant not getting down to the business of uniting the colonies to fight the British Empire to avoid getting hanged separately. Of course, the converse of the First Amendment also came about as a largely unintended side effect.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

On the International Space Station, carrying out the five required daily prayers(is a day 24 hours or closer to 1.5 hours for very near-to-Earth orbits? Imagine doing five prayers every 90 minutes. Not much time is left to do anything else!) while facing Mecca is a fairly challenging task for any Muslim onboard. Watch this video clip and try to aim at Mecca while praying to Allah. You probably need something like a human-size gerbil-exercise-ball with equatorial and azimuthal computerized controls. Islam hails from a time when space flights did not exist. "New spacetime, new rules" is how I would handle it, "No Haj is required of any Muslim(e.g., in the Family of TRAPPIST-1, "per aspera ad astra ...") outside of the Family of the Sun."

I'm not slamming Islam. The ancient Greeks used Euclidean geometry in their city states but they clearly had an inkling that the Earth was Not flat as Euclidean geometry requires. We do the same thing, too. I doubt very much that Boeing uses relativistic physics when designing their jet-planes. The rules must "flex" to fit the new situations but they must be "good enough."

I'm saying that the U.S. is Exceptional in observing the First Amendment so anyone who lives under the dominion of the U.S. had better observe it as well. No "And, If, or But" to it. It's a part of our national definition.

I concede that the Dutch certainly has an honorary place in this regard, being willing to exercise free speech triggering many other countries to follow(I certainly feel a bit tingly proud that the mental tradition of the U.S.[its Saturday-Night-Live First-Amendment style] has been expanded with the help of the Dutch worldwide). I'm not totally surprised because there are Stuyvesant Town, Stuyvesant Place/Street (the battle-hardened Peter Stuyvesant who surrendered New Netherlands to the British is still revered and honored centuries later by heeding the people's wish for peace, not bad at all for a so-called "loser" who was obviously not a coward at all), Breukelen's Bedford-Stuyvesant/Stuyvesant Avenue(one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City, not quite matching East New York but still, "Have guns. Will shoot. Know and toe the "line," or keep out."), and Man-heeft-ding's Amsterdam Avenue(I've fond memories of spending time there shopping with my Dad, doing "masculinity" preparations) running in similar North-South fashion as the Broadway. I think FDR was of Dutch descent so yes, we even have FDR Drive(where the Damned Pothole was; there was a big one on West 57th Street, too, near the great restaurant Russian Tea Room next to Carnegie Hall). I don't mind, "Yay, Amerika first, Nederland second!" Many countries' videos are pretty neat tongue-in-cheek fun introductions to the countries' distinctive characteristics.

I can see and feel some of the "Dutch concubine" feelings because I have a Big Brother. As a young child, I didn't get to choose what movies we watched(some definitely overaged to me, especially the foreign-language films) or to which beach we went swimming with His girlfriend but all in all, it was fun. He paid, including for cocoanut drinks and other goodies. Oh, I've just realized from where I'd acquired my taste for the cocoanuts in piña coladas! Rum, rum, (John 2:6-10, Jesus changed water to choice wine, not wine to vinegar, very "wet") it'll be tough for me to become a Muslim(like the Saudi Arabian desert, where Allah even denied the quest for water in favor of gushing oil, very "dry" indeed) - my brother spoilt me with the cocoanut flavor. The Road to Hell is paved with freebies. Whether White Russian, Black Russian, Bloody Mary, or man heeft ding, no matter, only piña colada is the true love for me!

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 4 years ago

Algebra and Algorithm are concepts and words in common use, that are taken from Arabs & Arabic and same for azimuth too! Please tell me that you know that already!! I like you grapes even IF I oft have not a fkn clue wtf you are on about & I like your - Psychic Post-Cards from the edges of sanity OR from the margins of A Parallel Dimension OR from the borders of New Amsterdam!!! Now much more prosaically, all I have to offer to you tonight is this wonderful video .. via gsw with a HUGE recommendation U watch:

ad iudicium ...

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Yes, algebra, algorithm, and azimuth were all derived from Arabic but Arabic numerals and zero are Not originally Arabs'. They were Hindu or Babylonian. Islamic conquests allowed them to be appropriated.

I'm on here to make the Unconscious conscious and I aspire to serve my people. Yes, I have even discovered that I was Unconscious(of my pubescent neighborhood-girl babysitter "sexually molesting" me and my first [sexually charged?] sex-educational experience being "gay" with my neighborhood-boy playmate[I regret telling him about female anatomy I learnt from my babysitter and joining him on his "field research" because the neighborhood preschooler girl became embarrassed peeing into her chamber pot - we were so amazingly scientifically minded as preschoolers, with the observations and the reducing to practice to answer the question, "from which orifice does urine come out?"]) so I was truly humbled by the 》kämpfen《 effort and results.

[-] -1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

I knew what was in the "wonderful video" decades ago. I've sparred many times with flip on the effect of that, inflation - money that people hold buying less and less while things people need costing more and more. I claim that our government creates inflation stealing wealth from everyone who has any financial wealth and gives it to the borrowers(rich people with access to credit "created out of thin air" - they can outbid anyone with the funny money, then let inflation and tax write-offs diminish the debt). In my opinion, that's immoral but then there're lots of people like flip around to confuse the masses. He loves the highly inflationary 1970's when the Semites(both half-brothers', Ishmael's and Isaac's, descendants) got us by our balls(alright they didn't Invade and occupy the Bronx[Isaac's descendants evacuated from it]; OMG, I've just realized that the map of New York, NY 》meine geliebte Heimat《 "我親愛的家郷" harbors a gigantic phallic diagram visible from space! Berlusconitis, yikes!). Yom Kiss-ass, does anyone still remember the day when the global anal sphincter saw action?

In the 1970's, my Mom complained of grocery prices shooting up; our home was broken into; and my Dad lost his job(I did appreciate him getting the time to help me with "masculinity" preparations due to his impeccably good taste) so we became domestic refugees(here's where I appreciated guns or just the reputation of such in lily-white neighborhoods). All that occurred because some Semites(Ishmael's) wanted to drive other Semites(Isaac's) into the Mediterranean Sea.

Why do you think that the Jews have been persecuted worldwide for ages? Yes, this is it. It's not just Hitler who finally got it. Eventually, almost everyone(excluding the ones still in cahoots) gets it and boots out the Jews. The Holocaust(Jews invent new words because they are the "Chosen People") "transferred" ownership of the Jews' gold to the Swiss, didn't it? Very nice way to "burn away" some "money - Mammon's," too! I guess it's called "re-balancing" or "creative destruction" in some boardroom circles. It's why wars became so important for cleaning up the underbrush in the redwood forest so new seedlings can sprout from the ashes.

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 3 years ago

Didn't read ANY of that ^above^ BUT I will ... IF you listen to/watch the below:

multum in parvo ...

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Our Spiritual Nature is non-existent so it exists as void in the heart and therefore Universal. Everyone has non-existent Spiritual Nature.

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 3 years ago

Having just lost a friend (RIP ~ Serious Lee) - Consider that energy can neither be created or destroyed but merely changes form & as such that which is our 'life force'/inner energy constitutes another form of ''energy'' that moves on .. maybe via ''Morphic Resonance''? The heart isn't a void & it fills even as it fails.

''do what cha do, to yourself be true'' ...

[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 3 years ago

I hate terms such as "Morphic Resonance" being introduced without having defined it with ultimately physically measurable quantities. I'm very "ancient Greek" on this in that I believe that gods meddle in human lives. However, I Also add that these gods are all physical and include human beings. We looked for God(s) for millennia and most of us had Never succeeded. Not surprisingly, I also looked and my take on the result that has satisfied me is that the God(s) are just our externalized mental projections. There are NO God(s) in that sense but there ARE God(s) Everywhere indeed. Our minds create realities so my statement has NO contradiction.

Energy is conserved because whenever and wherever it doesn't seem to be conserved, we look for effects that have not been accounted for and assign new forms of energy to them so as to conserve energy. Neutrinos were an example.

I think fundamentally information is conserved and permutations are the ultimate form in which information is reckoned with. In my mind, everything is about counting the number of permutations and computing the ratios of these numbers, with information and energy just being mathematical functions of the different permutations.

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 3 years ago

I do rather like and agree with you ''that the God(s) are just our externalized mental projections'' &, I like the metaphysical speculation above but I can not join you in that endeavour right here, right now and so I limit myself to a tenuous connection with metaphysics, physics & politics, to other matters - via this...

sic transit gloria mundi?

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Important cultural clash: video clip for women, girls, and boys who may get anywhere near Germany so that you may avoid being raped.

A simple fix is to ban family reunion immigration because the men avoided countries such as Cyprus because of that. The migrant men left their families behind so they got sex relief and excitement from raping the "sheep" by forming packs. Family reunion guarantees future Shari'a for Germany and yes, the U.S., too.

If the U.S. Supreme Court deems banning/suspending immigration from the war-torn Muslim-majority countries unconstitutional, the U.S. can simply ban ALL immigration, including family reunions, H-1Bs(which amount to modern-day corporate-sponsored slavery), L-1, L-2(L-1 EAD), H4(H-1 EAD), and withdraw from international human rights conventions by claiming humanitarian sovereignty to be fashioned after China's claiming judicial sovereignty.

It's not that Shari'a is all that bad for Germany right now because that works for Saudi Arabia: stone the ones who committed adultery having left their spouses behind in the Middle-East. Autocratic imposition of cruel and unusual punishments allowed by Shari'a is what the situation calls for unless we treat everywhere as college campuses where the authorities cover up rapes to defend business profits or in the case of Germany now the re-election of Angela Merkel.

Right now, castrations of the rapists as executed by the rape victims is the best realistic option for Germany because stonings may well be considered too barbaric by the masses to participate in(unless they have already participated in ritualized stonings on their Hajjes). It takes a while to condition the Germans to become comfortable with using Medieval tortures. The Teutons still lurk in the dark recesses of German souls, I believe (as I'm still obsessed with 》der After《).

Is it any wonder that Saudi Arabia doesn't take these people? The Saudis know better! Perhaps the Saudis were "religious" trainers on these people's required hajjes or educated them in the oil-money-sponsored "religious" schools, the madrassas, where Osama bin Laden had been trained. Should our Christian churches inculcate in Sunday schools, our children with the Crusader values derived from the Song of Roland to prepare them for the future? Something along the line of:

 Arnauld Amalric, a bishop and one of the crusade's leaders,
 was asked by the soldiers how to tell good Catholics from heretics. 
 Amalric replied "Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius"
 - "Kill them. For the Lord knoweth them that are His."

For God so loved All the blessed children of the firstborn

That He took them away as His very own, 
so that they might enjoy eternal happiness in Heaven, 
And the last Word shall become first on earth

To baptize the Bride for Holy Matrimony beyond the Golden Gate on the Last Date with Destiny.

My Supreme Fascist Dictator(》BDSM, ja, STI, nein, ST Doktor, nein《) says, "Today Germany. Tomorrow the World."


[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

Do you welcome more Taharrush(Muslim rape game) for the West? It was later replayed in Germany on New Year's Eve in Cologne and elsewhere so how did Germany get the people hosting that idea? At this clip's 9:25, little boys were allegedly raped going to the males' locker-room in a German swimming-pool facility.

I don't see why it's racist or untrue to talk symbolically about the unpleasant experiences of people to have their grievances addressed. We have so many societal restraints that the long-simmering magma of discontents cannot escape so it builds and builds in the dark("And never knowing when you'll provoke an earthquake").

As I'm privileged to be living under our First Amendment, I'm relieving the pressure of the buildup. It's no different from the Swiss firing a cannon on a ski slope to trigger an avalanche deliberately to forestall a bigger unplanned-for and unsafe avalanche.

Your having been shocked indicates that this Arab-Spring-sexual-attacks-coming-to-the-West topic is a worthy one to explore further. At 8:04 of the Taharrush(Muslim rape game) video clip, the Egyptian women protecting Lara Logan(Lära in, min kärlek) turned back the tide against the marauding sexually crazed mob so I call on all women, including you, to guard the honor(concretely, the bodily boundaries) of the other women. There are too few men who will stand up to the challenge(not to mention some men's: "hey, hey, it's my lucky day!" instinctive reactions - yes, naked apes indeed - however, the pigs of "The Animal Farm" by George Orwell said, "all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal.") It's because men in the West had been "tamed" by institutions and lost their ferocity.

Islam did not conquer Europe because Christendom fought back gruesomely. We were all there at one "time" or another and we can all revisit that again, if need be, although I prefer doing so in thoughts instead of reality.