Thoughts on Australia's COVID restrictions 18 months in to the pandemic WOW!!!

Everyone I've told about this it was their first time learning about it. I swear Australia is their testing grounds for how far they can control us. Anyone see the protests in Sydney? How about London and Vancouver? Oh yeah that's right the media doesn't want you to know about that my bad.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/09/pandemic-australia-still-liberal-democracy/619940/ 

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#1 Most Addictive Food

Candy of all sorts is my worst addiction. Then comes ice cream and chips. I like pizza, but never eat it unless i get offered some when visiting friends. Iv never been fat, but a real sugar junkie and ended up with pre diabetes and pain in my feet and hands among many other issues. This channel saved my life. I never thought my issues were due to me eating crap, because i worked out and was in good shape. But i grew a lot wiser.

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MASS PSYCHOSIS - How an Entire Population Becomes MENTALLY ILL

In this video we are going to explore the most dangerous of all psychic epidemics, the mass psychosis. A mass psychosis is an epidemic of madness and it occurs when a large portion of a society loses touch with reality and descends into delusions. Such a phenomenon is not a thing of fiction. Two examples of mass psychoses are the American and European witch hunts 16th and 17th centuries and the rise of totalitarianism in the 20th century.

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Dr. Jordan Peterson Explains 12 Rules for Life in 12 Minutes

Rule 08 - Tell The Truth -- I've been doing that for so many years. Not a single lie. I don't go out telling other people what I think of them, that is being rude. I answer SPECIFICALLY what they asked for, not more, not less. If for some reason I don't want to answer the question, instead of lying I have a trick that is super complex to normal people, I say "I really don't wanna answer that, if that's ok for you." and ta-da, we change topics. I'm not saying it's easy not to lie in a world where people expect you to lie, but with therapy and courage, you can. I learned that every time I lie, I'm being ashamed of who I am.

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