Miami Zombie

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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby maggie on Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:45 pm

Okay, you're right. It's more public knowledge now, that Magnotta cannibalized the victim's body.
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby reel.deal on Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:06 pm

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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby reichstag fireman on Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:16 pm

upstream wrote:Description of supposed Luka Magnotta murder video:
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Who is Mark Marek?

I haven't watched the video. Anybody watch it?


The Apparatus has been running these gore video sites for a while now, under various monikers. Perhaps the first big operation was ogrish.com.

Featuring in the Financial Times, ogrish.com became an instant bookmarked favourite for many a schoolboy.

See: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1373c930-8325 ... e2340.html

These phony ghoulish propaganda outlets played a big role in selling those fake beheading videos from Iraq.

Vapourware vicsims who got-the-chop included Liverpool lad Kenneth Bigley, saintly Irish careworker Margaret Hassan, and Nick Berg, the upright Jewish-American businessman. Just three hapless souls who tragically lost their heads *live on screen* in the noble war against the evil Islamists of Al-CIA-Duh.

It was Brigadier-General John Rawlings Rees, the depraved mind-bending supremo at the Tavistock Institute, who first proposed building an army of psychiatrists to turn society mad through repeated "psychological shocks" and "stressful events", as a method of social and political control.

Mass Beheadings and now a plague of Zombie Cannibals across the globe. Oh my!

The late Brigadier-General must be chortling from his (double padlocked) crypt!

From http://wlym.com/~oakland/brutish/Aquarian.pdf
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby upstream on Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:45 pm

True, the gore websites are used to desensitize boys to extreme violence in order to make them tolerate war and injustice without much thought. This is connected to the porn websites which teaches boys to disrespect and marginalize women in society.

Btw, on the news today they interviewed people at Magnotta's apartment complex. They couldn't find one person who had ever seen him.
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby simonshack on Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:22 pm

upstream wrote:True, the gore websites are used to desensitize boys to extreme violence in order to make them tolerate war and injustice without much thought. This is connected to the porn websites which teaches boys to disrespect and marginalize women in society.


"Desensitize" is the right word, Upstream. These ghoulish - and utterly fake - media stories are clearly meant to do just that.

Reichstag fireman, I enjoyed your last post. I well remember ogrish.com being the only 'fringe' web outlet for voyeurs to actually watch the 'beheading of Nick Berg' ... (since TV would, of course, never show such bloody atrocities) :rolleyes:

Now, may I ask what your take is on this image from London 7/7 (ostensibly featuring a "TAVISTOCK" sign) ?

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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby diagonal2 on Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:42 pm

It could be a ploy to ban or increase the price of salts commonly used to to relax with, I personally use Himalayan sea salt due to its numerous health benefits.
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby fbenario on Tue Jun 26, 2012 12:18 am

diagonal2 wrote:It could be a ploy to ban or increase the price of salts commonly used to to relax with, I personally use Himalayan sea salt due to its numerous health benefits.

It's my understanding that all salts are chemically identical, it might be wise to question the reality of any supposed health benefits of a specific salt.
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby diagonal2 on Tue Jun 26, 2012 1:19 am

fbenario wrote:
diagonal2 wrote:It could be a ploy to ban or increase the price of salts commonly used to to relax with, I personally use Himalayan sea salt due to its numerous health benefits.

It's my understanding that all salts are chemically identical, it might be wise to question the reality of any supposed health benefits of a specific salt.


I try not to believe in everything, but I personally use himalayan salt and it is not the same as your average table or sea salt. It hydrates the skin (I can feel its soothing effect when i bathe in it), while sea salt dehydrates. So the composition of himalayan salt is not the same as plain sea salt or table salt. Do not ask me the science behind it, I'm no guru in that field. B)

lol had to edit a typo... xD
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby whatsgoingon on Tue Jun 26, 2012 1:57 am

fbenario wrote:
diagonal2 wrote:It could be a ploy to ban or increase the price of salts commonly used to to relax with, I personally use Himalayan sea salt due to its numerous health benefits.

It's my understanding that all salts are chemically identical, it might be wise to question the reality of any supposed health benefits of a specific salt.


The only slight benefit of sea salt or Himalayan salt is that there are trace minerals in them not present in common table salt. Are those important? Are they easily obtained from normal fruit and vegetable diets? Probably they are. So while they may be somewhat healthier, the cost to benefit ratio for the premium Sea and Himalayan salts may not be worth the price at the market. My 2 cents.
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby diagonal2 on Tue Jun 26, 2012 2:03 am

whatsgoingon wrote:
fbenario wrote:
diagonal2 wrote:It could be a ploy to ban or increase the price of salts commonly used to to relax with, I personally use Himalayan sea salt due to its numerous health benefits.

It's my understanding that all salts are chemically identical, it might be wise to question the reality of any supposed health benefits of a specific salt.


The only slight benefit of sea salt or Himalayan salt is that there are trace minerals in them not present in common table salt. Are those important? Are they easily obtained from normal fruit and vegetable diets? Probably they are. So while they may be somewhat healthier, the cost to benefit ratio for the premium Sea and Himalayan salts may not be worth the price at the market. My 2 cents.


It's pretty cheap actually. I bought one bucket of himalayan salt (5 Kg) for about 170-200 NOK (28.46 USD). Granted, it was on sale but I'm pretty sure it's cheap in the states too. :p
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Re: Miami Zombie

Unread postby simonshack on Tue Jun 26, 2012 2:12 am

Ok - you've convinced me to buy Himalayan salts.

This has got to be the healthiest derailing of all times - of any Cluesforum thread. Can we now get back on topic, folks?

Nah - this topic sucks, actually. I'll just close it down.
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