where to invade next

onepower

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I just watched a documentary called "Where to Invade Next " by Michael Moore on netflix and I have to say it may be the best most sincere documentary I have ever seen regarding the problems we face.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KeAZho8TKo

When I watched this documentary I didn't think of how messed up America has become and that's the wrong perspective in my opinion. I thought of this forum and the people who put themselves out there every day to help find real solutions that work and share them. People who are willing to look past the way things were done in the past and imagine a better future.

Michael Moore visits countries where all education is free, where health care is free and nobody goes to jail for drug use they are treated, where a persons life does not revolve around working as a slave with no rainbow at the end in sight. I found the message in this documentary profound and inspirational and it gives me hope so I thought I would share it. However we should understand there is no "perfect" solution because we are not perfect there is only moving forward towards better solutions.

As one police man from Portugal put it ... it is about dignity, dignity for all which is why part of there job is to treat all people with dignity. To treat others as we would have them treat us. In my opinion the way forward is to discard the negativity we see and share openly with each other as this documentary has taught me. Even old dogs can learn new tricks.

Take care Gentlemen












~Russ

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I have an addition:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyZIoC-96zo

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At the heart of Free Energy Research is a huge debate over whether people should own, keep, and be able to profit from ideas that can better mankind while withholding such from people for maximum profits. This video is about a quote from Don Smith's video in 2005. There is an exchange with Don and a few people asking questions. Don's son says something of note here: [Man in audience] "Where can we get directions to build one? [Don Smith] "Actually you can figure it out yourself. I actually told you what you need to know. [7:05 Don's son] "You know, if I could interject real quick. I just want to interject real quick. This, it comes up all the time. "Please tell us exactly how to do this, step by step and piece by piece." But there's a problem with that. My father is trying to partner with industry partners to construct devices like this. They don't like it when he comes and does these conventions. And they talk about 'what are you going to say, how much are you going to give away.' Because the reality is if he stands up here and gives a workshop and says "now take coil A and insert it in to slot B" those industry partners will disappear like mist. And people then say "Where do I go to by these things?" Well the reality is most of the industry partners, in fact all of them at this point, that have partnered with my father and he develops something for them, and they take it in-house, they're not turning around and selling Donald Smith overunity devices. A friend of mine is in fact a CEO of these companies which actually develops filament technologies for light-bulbs once told me "you can't make me stab my company in chest. I might have a 90 year light-bulb, I'm going to sell you a 25 year light bulb until the market's saturated. They I'll sell you a thirty year light bulb. Saturation can take 15 to 20 years. So the reality is they take his device, they improve an existing process, and you'll see, you might see a whatever, a widget x come out that's 10% more efficient than what it was a year ago. That may be based on things my father has done. But you will not see widget x that will power itself forever. So my father's trapped between two worlds. He needs industry partners that will take his devices world-wide and to try and make an impact. By the same token he'd like to just unleash this to everyone to the world. So he comes and shares as much as he can at these conventions so that those of you who want to try to following along with this and do this on your own can pick up from what he's talking about. But don't ever expect him to give you the whole nine yards. Because even if he wanted to I wouldn't let him. Because the reality is we got enough people come to the table at our house and try and steal his intellectual property. And I'm sick of that. And to be frank, after he had his heart attack and stock that left him half-paralyzed, I offered to move in with my money if he would move his money to New Zealand to the country, stop doing this, it's too much of a head-ache. But he's still here. He's still presenting to you guys because he would like to see the world benefit from what he's doing and it not just become a closet technology someone sits on." The idea is the same as Planned Obsolescence and Death Dating: The deliberate shortening of lifespans by technological design.

Matt Watts

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Rick pretty much confirms my suspicions.  The solutions already exists.  That's why they call it "re-search" -- to search again.  Hopefully this time we get it right.

onepower

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Another good documentary explaining why everything is so backwards and messed up.
Zeitgeist: Moving forward

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w


Pretty straight forward, most of what we have been taught is a lie, a sham, a scam by delusional crackpots because it does not truly serve people and it cannot be sustained.

Lynx

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Interesting movies Onepower, thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

Matt Watts

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First one has to understand the United States is under marshal rule.  If you're not sure what that means, find a book titled Fruits from a Poisonous Tree; read it carefully.  One also has to comprehend the United States is actually a corporation with the president being a CEO like any other corporation.  States and Counties are mere divisions of the parent corporation.  The U.S. Constitution in no longer in effect being that we are under the War Powers Act and conduct all transactions (financial, legal & otherwise) according to the UCC (Uniform Commercial Code).  This is what happens to a country that allows entry of a private (for profit) central bank which over the course of 20 years forced the federal government into bankruptcy.

If you live in North America, your country is gone.  All you have now is each other.  Try not to screw that up too.

haxar

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Quote from Matt Watts on September 20th, 2017, 10:25 PM
The U.S. Constitution in no longer in effect being that we are under the War Powers Act and conduct all transactions (financial, legal & otherwise) according to the UCC (Uniform Commercial Code).
It's more deceptive than I thought.

The UCC is the standard of how you form and litigate contracts between entities, even with the United States entity (U.S. Corp.) or with named persons or "strawman" from b(e)rth, starting with the birth certificate.

You need a birth certificate to do any commerce within the structure of U.S. Corp.

The Constitution actually gives U.S. Corp. jurisdiction of allegedly 10 square physical miles, in the District of Columbia.
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To exercise exclusive legislation in all cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten miles square) as may, by cession of particular states, and the acceptance of Congress, become the seat of the government of the United States, and to exercise like authority over all places purchased by the consent of the legislature of the state in which the same shall be, for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dockyards, and other needful buildings;
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This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.
The supreme law of the land: jurisdiction of U.S. Corp. does not exceed 10 square miles. How do these fairytale control-freak laws apply to you, outside 10 square miles?

You also have consent, as an autonomous entity (artificial person, "strawman") exercising self-determination. Just like U.S. Corp.

Could you find U.S. Corp. on a map?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HVs1K0JaEc

OLHU

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It's no different here in Australia. We have been sold out by our government as well. Standing up and defending Christian principals is hate talk and you can be taken to court under our Anti-Discrimination Legislation. Free speech is dead.

onepower

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Matt
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If you live in North America, your country is gone.  All you have now is each other.  Try not to screw that up too.
I would disagree and follow the saying... When in Rome do as the Romans.

As an Employee we lack power however as a Corporation we gain power. So Incorporate your life and stop paying so many taxes and when another corporation cheats you do not call to complain you put a lein against their property. This also has another benefit in that you are not the corporation you legally own which is an entity and you assume no liability for any action your corporation may take. This is why we see so many psychotic people in business because they assume little if no liability for their actions personally.

So the first thing we as inventors need to understand is that if you want to sign an NDA with an investor or start a corporation as an employee with a minority share you have just given them everything and will most likely receive nothing in return. The system is completely rigged against you as an individual however this is not always true if you are a corporation. In a corporation we can defer and diversify profits so we pay no taxes and we also get to write off all our losses  so we always gain even when we lose unlike an employee. Think of it this way, a corporation can ruin you financially however if you are also a corporation then they cannot affect you personally only your corporation and now you are on equal ground. As a corporation we can dictate terms and if they do not like it then let them eat cake.

There is also this ridiculous notion that we need or should be given a job... why?. I don't need to be given anything by anyone all I need to do is create goods or services that have value to others and sell them at a fair price. I don't need a job that's an absurd and outdated concept. This is how we create our own market forces on our own terms in our own time. You cannot say I want to be free and independent then do nothing about it and real action on our part is required.

My point is that this notion that we are powerless and there is nothing we can do is a lie. They want you to believe your powerless and just another mindless employee/consumer to retain control and control is never just given it is taken... we take control of our lives.


Matt Watts


Lynx

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This thread should be made sticky and serve as mandatory "I have read, seen and understood everything in this thread" prior to being approved as member here.
Just put it in the rules.

Matt Watts


Ris

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hmmm so what would be the ultimate solution?

Matt Watts

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All good people of the world commit suicide and let the asshats eat each other.

Okay, maybe that's not the ultimate solution, but it would get the job done.

Ris

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It's not a solution and it is not good to underestimate your life for other people's stupidity thus life does not have any purpose

 

onepower

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The Ultimate solution?. Form a society of like minded individuals to pool resources creating new sustainable technologies to get off planet asap...and let the asshats eat each other.

Matt Watts

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Quote from Ris on September 22nd, 2017, 10:58 AM
It's not a solution and it is not good to underestimate your life for other people's stupidity thus life does not have any purpose
You're assuming life requires a physical body.

Mine is only here for one purpose--to see things begin to head in the right direction.  Once that happens, my work here is done.

Gunther Rattay

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Quote from Ris on September 22nd, 2017, 10:41 AM
hmmm so what would be the ultimate solution?
Expand your mind by mehods like remote viewing or InfoVision. It changes focus, ethics, feelings and empathy forever and you get independent from this crazy society and powerful and healthy.

Ris

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Quote from Matt Watts on September 22nd, 2017, 05:02 PM
You're assuming life requires a physical body.

Mine is only here for one purpose--to see things begin to head in the right direction.  Once that happens, my work here is done.
I have no assumptions,You are alive ,are you not.
things should go in this order ,watch, think, and then act
but there is a catch 22 most people doing as I said and they act mostly on things that do not have much to do with normal life.This is because people do not have correct unique moral values that apply to all equally.One very famous value is money and we all know very well we will make everything
for money,my precious money.
so we go in the direction as  Gunther Rattay said-but tell me whether we really have enough time for searching and experimenting for the right answers and solutions ,can anyone stay healthy,Do you really think we're so smart
and I have not seen in the last hundred years man capable or group of people capable to make a solution for any thing
what would last for a longer time.

so the question remains again what would be the ultimate solution?
 
















Gunther Rattay

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Quote from Ris on September 23rd, 2017, 12:57 PM
so we go in the direction as  Gunther Rattay said-but tell me whether we really have enough time for searching and experimenting for the right answers and solutions ,can anyone stay healthy,Do you really think we're so smart
and I have not seen in the last hundred years man capable or group of people capable to make a solution for any thing
what would last for a longer time.

so the question remains again what would be the ultimate solution?
There is no collective solution for this civilization. What is left is an individual solution for each and every individual.
it can´t work the other way ... noone wants to be suppressed - so everyone has to get a feeling to go for the better on his own ...
this approach directs the individual to the universal rules of nature ... and those rules are always best practice for a civilization.

summa summarum the civilization would make a move (and survive) ...
expanding one´s mind won´t guarantee survival of this civilization (but for your own)

Ris

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you're wrong ,
there is one solution ,only one solution
in fact people can not create such a problem that there is no solution already there
you want to try your luck
give me the toughest problem you have