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hoi.polloi
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:08 am

golisago wrote:Hi every one i'm Steve from the uk and an old fart at 52 lol , and i'm mostly interested in the moon notlandings , mars probe notlandings and most of what nasa doesn't do although there is one thing they seem to be very successful at which is keeping stum!!! and now that they have introduced / acquisitioned outside agencies like "spaceX" and the like! they will now be able to pass the buck and make them responsible / the fall guys.

My interest as you can clearly see / read is space travel or a real lack of it to be more precise and the claimed discoveries that astronomers and nasa makes and then spends the rest of the time debunking there so called "own" findings? i am in contact with Jarrah White and the likes of Marcus Allen the photographer from the uk that was one of the first people to pick up on the photo anomalies of nasa's accounts of the 6 missions..............if you would like more info just ask :)

Regards,
Steve.
Please, golisago, spend a little more time on your posts. Please, use capital letters to begin sentences and when referring to yourself as 'I'. Please think about readability for the basic user of the forum. Please consider the composure of most users' posts on this forum and consider making your posts like that. We really appreciate readability and we have a low tolerance for rambling, conversational tone. I am not accusing you of having that, but there are clearly some issues for most users to decipher your posts quickly. Other than that, sorry to be nit-picky, it's just something we do and please don't take it personally if we have to ban you. And welcome.

Many of your posts have been moved to the Derailing Room until their grammar, spelling and readability can be improved.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by Jason Ford » Wed Nov 27, 2013 3:30 am

hoi.polloi wrote: I haven't received a message, yet. If you are confused about where to send it, try: [st][email removed to prevent spam][/st] or use the PM system of the forum. Thanks.
Okay I sent it to that address.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:53 am

Jason Ford wrote:
hoi.polloi wrote: I haven't received a message, yet. If you are confused about where to send it, try: [st][email removed to prevent spam][/st] or use the PM system of the forum. Thanks.
Okay I sent it to that address.
Very oddly, my account has been blocked for the second time since I registered at mail.com — just after you sent me your e-mail. This is going to be a headache. :P

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Wed Nov 27, 2013 10:49 am

Okay, got your credentials. Thank you.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by ShaneG » Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:52 pm

Hi there, I registered with the username ShaneG several months ago, however, I didn't realise at the time that I had to be approved via this procedure and so I ended up leaving it until now.

Anyway, i'm 25 years old and originally come from Ireland (I was born and lived there for around 10 years) but i've lived in the North West of England since I started high school as my family moved us over here.

For the past ~5 years i've been a 'truther', but of those five years i'd say that I've only been fully awake for the past 8 months, and that's mainly due to reading cluesforum posts.

It was a couple of friends at uni that introduced me to the conspiracy industry when they made me watch Zeitgeist the movie. Needless to say, I was more than intrigued with what I saw, as previously, I, like everyone else, simply thought it was Bin Laden and co that brought the towers down. There was something about Zeitgeist that didn't sit well with me, even though I was fascinated by it all, it just didn't ring true, so I sought further knowledge and bought a David Icke book from Amazon after seeing it had good reviews. His material blew my mind for quite some time and I frequented his forum a bit, but I've since learned that there is so much disinfo/misinfo out there and it's difficult to know who's to be trusted.

I remember when I first visited this forum some time over a year ago, someone on the DI forum linked the cluesforum thread regarding the Anders Brehivik psyop. I was very impressed form the get go, as it was clear that the posters on this forum were much more rational and professional with their image analysis and logical thought process'. Perhaps back then I wasn't ready to come here and post, as i've had a tough time coming to terms with all of this, and still, I have no friends(of which most are no longer friends) or family that will agree with me on anything. So, for a period of time towards the end of last year and the start of this year, I tried to forget about everything conspiracy related so as to have some kind of normal life where I could socialise and not be judged as a crank. For that period, I didn't post on forums or read any alternative books, that was until I was in the living room of my parents house and as they had the tv on, like they always do, the Boston Marathon story comes on. My step father was giving me a briefing on what happened(allegedly), and alarm bells start ringing in my head. I even considered the possibility that a bomb had gone off, as alleged, and thought of all kinds of unlikely possibilities, such as contracted agents carrying out the bombing and the Tsarnaev brothers being set up. It was at that point, that I decided it was a good idea to snap out of my lull and see what cluesforum were saying.

So, for the past 8 months i've familiarised myself with most of the cluesforum material, and in some ways, it's good to know that all these staged events are fake and that noone's actually dying as they say they are. My concerns nowadays are more to do with the masses of people who are heavily brainwashed and fail to recognise what's right in front of their eyes. It seems the divide between people who know what's going on with regards media fakery, and everyone else, is so big, I would estimate for every 1000 people out there, maybe 1 person knows about all the fake news stories. I've tried to make a difference and wake people up, but most are too content with their fakeness and don't want to hear about the truth. I will try to contribute to the forum when I can, and hopefully make some friends in the process.

Regards,

Shane

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Thu Dec 19, 2013 11:26 pm

ShaneG,

Thanks for your thoughtful intro. I would like to caution you about being eager to meet anyone on this site. Or the Internet as a whole. Especially now that your interests are connected with our level of skepticism, you might be 'friended' by some pretty odd characters. We have had simulated persons on this site claiming to adore CluesForum (though that's never what we've asked or expected of people) and then when their own details emerge it's pretty clear they are part of a program meant to lead our discussion for us. As Admins, we have the nasty task of tolerating shills until they reveal themselves, embarrassing them and exposing them and kicking them off the site. Not to mention simply moderating discussion with people who are 'alright'. Once they are off the site, they may just claim we are disinfo or do all sorts of things to reaffirm their fake reality. So that's the situation. Sorry about that. But there it is. Nothing we can do about it. It's probably only going to get worse as sim technology learns from this site. It's kind of a race against time to wake people up before the simulation is in the lead. It may already be too late.

If just 10% of the membership here consists of real people with a genuine interest in these subjects, we'd call ourselves lucky. So friendship might be a hard thing to find here, in this topic. It seems to be some cutting edge psychotic military experiments going on. So we're going to be hard on your bad logic, too, should you present any. Such as suddenly remembering, two years later, that you are best friends with a simulated victim in a PsyOp (new or old). We have no idea who or what you are, and we don't really want to know unless you force us to ask those questions. If you're legit, sorry about this rough intro.

So, these things tend to happen a lot here. We do 'work hard' to make it keep the topic anyway, despite these frequent disruptions, but it's clear there are folks with a vested interest in shutting down these topics of discussion. You can see this happening on most every other forum on the Internet, particularly at GodLikeProductions, AboveTopSecret and DavidIckeForum of which you are familiar.

So these are the cautions I will put out there. It's not a place for friendship.

What it might be is a place for you to develop yourself, your arguments, your own ability to discuss these things, and thereby improve the existing and valuable relationships you have with all those friends and family who presently don't believe you because their heads are somewhere else. Actually, the best way to do that is not to be on this forum, but spend time with them digging deep and sharing your own thoughts and feelings with them. You will probably find that the reason most folks can't face this stuff is because it terrifies them that nobody died and/or because they are irrationally scared of themselves and they crave leadership to save them from some bully trauma they haven't addressed.

And here you wind up in existential discussion already, so, let's drop that and stick to the facts, if we can. Although we allow a bit more 'whatever' discussions in the Living Room and the CHAT BOX.

Regards and happy holidays,
hp

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by Subdivo » Thu Dec 26, 2013 8:40 pm

Hello,

My name is Pierre. I am a 25 year old man from France. I have found the theses develped in this forum very interesting in the sense they are audacious. And intellectual audacity is a must to perceive the truth in this era characterized by deception at every level. Already in his time Schiller wrote the following: "Die Falschheit herrscht, die Hinterlist Bei dem feigen Menschengeschlechte".

I am joining this forum not so much to contribute to the threads on the "9/11" events; I have seen there are people here who are much more knowleadgeable than me. Instead, I am hoping to provide interesting insights on a number of points, from the ideological reasons why there is such a level of deception today to specific cases which have not been - or little - perceived so far.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by Subdivo » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:32 pm

Hello,

Could someone please tell me how I can create a thread on this forum? I am used to using forums but I cannot find how to do in this case - I can only write messages. Perhaps I do not have the required permissions. Thank you.

hoi.polloi
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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Mon Jan 06, 2014 11:56 pm

What options do you see in the lower-left corner of each forum?

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by Subdivo » Tue Jan 07, 2014 12:13 am

There is no option available (see this screenshot: http://img703.imageshack.us/img703/4853/sus9.jpg).

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by fbenario » Tue Jan 07, 2014 1:27 am

I'm also missing the "New Topic" button in the bottom left of this forum, even though it is still there in each of the other forums.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Tue Jan 07, 2014 3:27 am

Ok, got it. You are a new user, which means you haven't made 10 posts, preferably contributions to other threads. Then, I believe it opens up permissions when we have approved 10 posts. This is a safety precaution in case of bots, perps, shills and trolls.

As for this forum, I think we locked it due to it being a requirements/tips forum.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by lux » Tue Jan 07, 2014 9:59 pm

Subdivo wrote:... intellectual audacity is a must to perceive the truth in this era characterized by deception at every level.
Well said.

I like that word: audacity. It fits us here. We are an audacious lot. Welcome. :)

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by Oddfellow » Wed Jan 08, 2014 2:52 am

Oddfellow here.

I'm a luthier and musician by trade form the southern US. An EU proponent, atheist, and anarchist.

I have been aware of the farcical nature of the media most my life, but have really only in the last decade realized just how prevalent it is and to what degree we are being misled.

I have been trying to tie everything together, as I firmly believe the fake nature of the mass media is directly related to the blatant falsehoods presented in what is known as the Standard Model. In other words it is two sides of the same coin. The NASA and rocket threads are what first brought me to CF, and I have found a wealth of info on many other topics here as well.

I am not one to take anything at face value, including the viewpoints presented within this site. To that effect I do not necessarily agree with everything said here (some of the details) but firmly believe the premise is sound. I hope that through discourse with others on this site I can piece together enough of the puzzle to get an clearer look at the whole picture.

I have always been hyper-sensitive to psychological programming in all its forms, from childrens books to the crap fed to us in the post graduate university system. My visceral reactions to it are what awakened me to the fact that I was being manipulated to further an agenda. Determining the nature of and inspiration from that agenda is now my goal. You can't fight that which you cannot see.

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Re: REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself

Unread post by fbenario » Fri Jan 10, 2014 1:51 am

Oddfellow wrote: I am not one to take anything at face value, including the viewpoints presented within this site. To that effect I do not necessarily agree with everything said here (some of the details) but firmly believe the premise is sound.
Why do you feel compelled to respond to the never-spoken accusation that, merely by virtue of being here, you or any other member automatically believes in/agrees with every conclusion set forth on this forum?

You might ask yourself why you needed to introduce yourself with such a defensive comment. Ya hidin' something from us?

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