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If you properly follow the storyline, it teaches that the handsome, tall, wealthy and powerful Prince is who she ends up with, despite far less time and effort put into charming her. 6 of the dwarfs except Dopey put in regular work to fund her living and charm her.

They are short, presumably middish to ugly (you can't tell with a cartoon) and poor as fuck miners.

They are not presumed gay in an orgy household arrangement. Even more interesting is the fact she herself because she is pretty and cleaned the house, got away with breaking and entering.

The entire storyline is actually black pill as fuck. 6 of those dwarfs did more to get Snow White to fancy and want to marry them than the Prince ever did. In fact it's questionable as fuck that the Prince passionately kissed an unconscious woman, meaning she couldn't consent to it.

If the old doc dwarf had done that, it's creepy right?
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To any delusionists that believe in this nonsense want to step up and defend this hoax. 
Be my guest. 

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I hope everyone will participate by VOTING on the following two modest propositions:


Shall we request the creation of a new FORUM CATEGORY titled CONSPIRACY THEORIES ?

YES or NO?


Shall we request the creation of a new FORUM CATEGORY titled HISTORY ?

YES or NO?


  • VOTING will remain OPEN until 11:00 PM EST,  FRIDAY, AUG. 15th 
  • One VOTE per PERSON, please.
    • Duplicate VOTES will be disregarded.
    • No requests to change VOTE after submission will be considered.
    • Any indication of multi-accounting will be referred to MODERATION
    • Please help promote voting clarity by limiting posts to VOTING ONLY using roughly this format:
      1. YES or NO
      2. YES or NO 
    • QUESTIONS/CONCERNS/DISCUSSION/ARGUMENT/CAMPAIGNING are all encouraged and may be posted to these FORUM TOPICS:
    • For either PROPOSITION, at least 10 users must have voted in the MEEP, and more than a majority of all those voting must have voted for the question or proposal.
      • That means, in practice, that in a MEEP with 10 total voters, the minimum threshold for a binding result is 7 votes in favor of the proposal or question    With 20 total voters, the minimum threshold for a binding result is 11.
      • If either PROPOSITION fails to produce a binding result, no change shall be requested.
      • If either PROPOSTION succeeds, I'll provide that result to and the MODERATION TEAM requesting that change be completed before the END of 2022.

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Trump openly embraces, amplifies QAnon conspiracy theories

After winking at QAnon for years, Donald Trump is overtly embracing the baseless conspiracy theory, even as the number of frightening real-world events linked to it grows.

On Tuesday, using his Truth Social platform, the Republican former president reposted an image of himself wearing a Q lapel pin overlaid with the words “The Storm is Coming.” In QAnon lore, the “storm” refers to Trump’s final victory, when supposedly he will regain power and his opponents will be tried, and potentially executed, on live television.

As Trump contemplates another run for the presidency and has become increasingly assertive in the Republican primary process during the midterm elections, his actions show that far from distancing himself from the political fringe, he is welcoming it.

He’s published dozens of recent Q-related posts, in contrast to 2020, when he claimed that while he didn’t know much about QAnon, he couldn’t disprove its conspiracy theory.

Pressed on QAnon theories that Trump allegedly is saving the nation from a satanic cult of child sex traffickers, he claimed ignorance but asked, “Is that supposed to be a bad thing?”

“If I can help save the world from problems, I’m willing to do it,” Trump said.

Trump’s recent postings have included images referring to himself as a martyr fighting criminals, psychopaths and the so-called deep state. In one now-deleted post from late August, he reposted a “q drop,” one of the cryptic message board postings that QAnon supporters claim come from an anonymous government worker with top secret clearance.

A Trump spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.

Even when his posts haven’t referred to the conspiracy theory directly, Trump has amplified users who do. An Associated Press analysis found that of nearly 75 accounts Trump has reposted on his Truth Social profile in the past month, more than a third of them have promoted QAnon by sharing the movement’s slogans, videos or imagery. About 1 in 10 include QAnon language or links in their profile bios.

Earlier this month, Trump chose a QAnon song to close out a rally in Pennsylvania. The same song appears in one of his recent campaign videos and is titled “WWG1WGA,” an acronym used as a rallying cry for Q adherents that stands for “Where we go one, we go all.”

Online, Q adherents basked in Trump’s attention.

“Yup, haters!” wrote one commenter on an anonymous QAnon message board. “Trump re-truthed Q memes. And he’ll do it again, more and more of them, over and OVER, until (asterisk)everyone(asterisk) finally gets it. Make fun of us all you want, whatever! Soon Q will be everywhere!”

“Trump Sending a Clear Message Patriots,” a QAnon-linked account on Truth Social wrote. “He Re-Truthed This for a Reason.”

The former president may be seeking solidarity with his most loyal supporters at a time when he faces escalating investigations and potential challengers within his own party, according to Mia Bloom, a professor at Georgia State University who has studied QAnon and recently wrote a book about the group.

“These are people who have elevated Trump to messiah-like status, where only he can stop this cabal,” Bloom told the AP on Thursday. “That’s why you see so many images (in online QAnon spaces) of Trump as Jesus.”

On Truth Social, QAnon-affiliated accounts hail Trump as a hero and savior and vilify President Joe Biden by comparing him to Adolf Hitler or the devil. When Trump shares the content, they congratulate each other. Some accounts proudly display how many times Trump has “re-truthed” them in their bios.

By using their own language to directly address QAnon supporters, Trump is telling them that they’ve been right all along and that he shares their secret mission, according to Janet McIntosh, an anthropologist at Brandeis University who has studied QAnon’s use of language and symbols.

It also allows Trump to endorse their beliefs and their hope for a violent uprising without expressly saying so, she said, citing his recent post about “the storm” as a particularly frightening example.

“The ‘storm is coming’ is shorthand for something really dark that he’s not saying out loud,” McIntosh said. “This is a way for him to point to violence without explicitly calling for it. He is the prince of plausible deniability.”

Bloom predicted that Trump may later attempt to market Q-related merchandise or perhaps ask QAnon followers to donate to his legal defense.

Regardless of motive, Bloom said, it’s a reckless move that feeds a dangerous movement.

A growing list of criminal episodes has been linked to people who had expressed support for the conspiracy theory, which U.S. intelligence officials have warned could trigger more violence.

QAnon supporters were among those who violently stormed the Capitol during the failed Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.

In November 2020, two men drove to a vote-counting site in Philadelphia in a Hummer adorned with QAnon stickers and loaded with a rifle, 100 rounds of ammunition and other weapons. Prosecutors alleged they were trying to interfere with the election.

Last year, a California man who told authorities he had been enlightened by QAnon was accused of killing his two children because he believed they had serpent DNA.

Last month, a Colorado woman was found guilty of attempting to kidnap her son from foster care after her daughter said she began associating with QAnon supporters. Other adherents have been accused of environmental vandalism, firing paintballs at military reservists, abducting a child in France and even killing a New York City mob boss.

On Sunday, police fatally shot a Michigan man who they say had killed his wife and severely injured his daughter. A surviving daughter told The Detroit News that she believes her father was motivated by QAnon.

“I think that he was always prone to (mental issues), but it really brought him down when he was reading all those weird things on the internet,” she told the newspaper.

The same weekend a Pennsylvania man who had reposted QAnon content on Facebook was arrested after he allegedly charged into a Dairy Queen with a gun, saying he wanted to kill all Democrats and restore Trump to power.

Major social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have banned content associated with QAnon and have suspended or blocked accounts that seek to spread it. That’s forced much of the group’s activities onto platforms that have less moderation, including Telegram, Gab and Trump’s struggling platform, Truth Social.

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Is there popular support for a new forum category CONSPIRACY THEORIES?

If this idea seems popular I propose we have a vote on it from Aug 1st to Aug 15th

I will also be separately proposing a new forum category HISTORY to be voted on during the same period if such an idea seems popular.

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The main reason to get vaccinated during this time is that the science supports it, not just politicians (if you aren't in a group that will be risky with JJ or AZ, I recommend them instead of mRNA if you are a conspiracy theorist about mRNA).

I think it is easy to assume that all tyranny is inherently 'wrong' as in worth fighting but sometimes it may be the tyrant wants what's best for us. Not all strict parents are giving their children bad orders, it comes down to the 'why'. In my opinion, vaccination has strong why's at this point, the only debate is if mRNA is worth the risk of what it can do to our cells in the long run.

I disagree with the approach of recommending the riskier vaccines that are using brand new science that hijacks cells to make us immune (mRNA). What do I mean by 'riskier' well, even if it has the higher efficacy rate in being protective against Covid variants and even if in the short-term it is showing less side effects for the non-allergic to its ingredients, mRNA vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna are actually riskier from a skeptic's perspective no matter how much your jab nurse will try to talk you out of it (UNLESS YOU ARE of a particular capillary and any kind of blood related issue or allergic issue with ingredients in AZ/JJ)don't listen to the 'logic' because that isn't how probability works.

You can't say the risk is greater because the bad of the other option isn't knowable yet. After enough boosters with gradual alteration to body cells then by around booster 6, then we may begin to see really what's happening as enough will be altered to even get a hope of a glimpse. We are barely on booster 1 for the older population, we don't know a thing about mRNA's long-term ability to damage the body.

Thus, I ask both sides, why they don't go for the oldschool vaccines like AstraZeneca and Johson & Johnson, you cannot really be losing out you can at worst gain not much vs delta and now omnicron variant but at least vs Covid-19 you are immune to high degrees, following your second jab of AZ or first jab of JJ (JJ is less good specifically because it's only a single jab but that's a debate for another day).

I will like both anti-vaxxers and pro-mRNA to tell the logic of their stances.
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On the day of election, the conspiracy manufacturing  project known as QAnon seems to have come to sharp end with the firing/quitting of 8chan/8kun's lone admin and now self-confessed son of Q, Ron Watkins.  Watkins outed his father Jim as Q finishing his sign-off  tweet with "fuck you, dad."  That is, the one person best able to confirm that the person most suspected of being Q was actually Q finally confirmed the suspicions of many investigators on Nov 3rd.  Q has been silent since and 8kun abandoned.

So we can now say with fair confidence that Q was not a highly placed Trump official with Q clearance rating but was in fact an amalgam of people including Coleman Rogers before The El Paso Walmart shooting and probably mostly just Jim Watkins after Q returned on 8chan/8kun. Watkins was an US Army Helicopter mechanic who made millions in the 90's by circumventing Asian porn restrictions on American hosts.  Watkins has retained ownership of a large number of pedophile sites linked domain names, some for 30 years though he denies charges of child pornography or any profit by those domain names.  Also, Watkins seem have been  hosting the main QAnon merch site in spite of claims of non-affiliation as well as the server running the neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer in spite of claims of non-affiliation.  Since early October, Russian cybersecurity has taken over security for these sites running on the old .su (Soviet Union) domain.  Watkins in now in the US resisting Filipino extradition and speaking at Republican gatherings.

A month ago,   37% of Trump supporters found truth in QAnon's assertions that Trump was elected as a "savior figure" to root out a secret Satanic child-sex trafficking ring run by Democratic politicians and now the sole source for that claim turns out to be a rogue white supremacist pedopeddler  who's theories have been self-servingly re-tweeted by the outbound President of the United States more than 250 times. 

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I think it may be to give Illuminati more control over us, since we now rely entirely on them for information and all our communication is now  as barely any is in-person relative to before.

My God(dess) supports the cunning and smart ruling over the pressured and ticked. It's not fair, but it's how life is. Let us endure.
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the word pharmakeai means 

  1. the use or the administering of drugs
  2. poisoning
  3. sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it
  4. metaph. the deceptions and seductions of idolatry

the word pharmakon means

from pharmakon (a drug)
a poisoner, sorcerer, magician
NASB Translation

pharmakeai was originally in the bible but it was translated to sorcery in later versions in the bible

jesus said in the end time pharmakeai deceived all nations not sorcery

Parallel Verses
And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee; and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived.

most if not all prescription medication tons of side effects per pill and these side effects include thoughts to kill yourself puking blood yellow eyes and skin disturbing weight gain increased 

the prescription dug Prozac which treats depression causes yellow skin and eyes thoughts of suicide and 104 different thing. this drug helps with depression. it is an anti depressent. but this is the most hypercritical thing on the planet is one of the side effects of taking this pill is depression. so it is sold to people that it helps with depression then one of the side effect of taking the pill is depression. so does it help with depression or does it cause depression.

here another medicine that is commonly used this time Prozac a depression medication. this one has 104 side effects but a short list of them is here

     thoughts of killing oneself

  1. unusually pale skin

  2. use of extreme physical or emotional force
  3. vomiting of blood

  4. yellow eyes or skin
     slurred speech

  1. eye pain

  2. fainting

  3. fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat or pulse

  4. general body swelling

  5. high fever

  6. hives, itching, puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue

  7. hostility

  8. indigestion

  9. irregular or slow heart rate

  10. irritability

  11. large, hive-like swelling on the face, eyelids, lips, tongue, throat, hands, legs, feet, or sex organs

  12. light-colored stools

  13. loss of appetite

  14. loss of bladder control

  15. muscle twitching
  16. depression

there is 104 side effect

the merianian webster dictionary of the word pharmacist says it history is

History and Etymology for pharmacy
Late Latin pharmacia administration of drugs, from Greek pharmakeia, from pharmakeuein to administer drugs, from pharmakon magic charm, poison, drug

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