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    As I’ve stated before, I am neither of the Left,...

    As I’ve stated before, I am neither of the Left, nor the Right, but I am familiar with the arguments and ways of thinking on both sides. It helps keep me grounded and unbiased.

    Because this is...
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    Personally, I think that is the sort of knee-jerk...

    Personally, I think that is the sort of knee-jerk biased reaction that leads to people abandoning the left. There is no evidence whatsoever that the Trump administration promotes white supremacy....
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    Aianawa, I don't think he will. If I...

    Aianawa, I don't think he will.

    If I understood correctly, Aragorn's PA account was reinstated, but that's as far as it goes. I think it would be really weird if BR registered here and started...
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    Hmmm, Interesting turn of events... For the...

    Hmmm, Interesting turn of events...

    For the record, I really like Mike over at PA, he was always decent and kind to me. For those that don't remember the events of last year, my sending an entity...
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    Let's face it, TOT is more of a fact-based...

    Let's face it,

    TOT is more of a fact-based forum with serious discussions, not to mention with a slight Left-wing twang, so it is closer to the typical readership of the Guardian in the UK for...
  6. Aung San Suu Kyi in Hungary: A Chilling Sign of Global Islamophobia

    My Pm, Viktor Orbán regularly causes me to hang my head in shame, but this is a new low for him. Peter Oborne, who knows him well and has written extensively about him, makes an excellent point about...
  7. That's a good one, I heard it before. It reminded...

    That's a good one, I heard it before. It reminded me of this Maltese classic:

    The Italian who went to Malta

    (read with Italian accent, those who cannot, suffer !)

    One day ima gonna Malta to...
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    Most religions and spiritual traditions maintain...

    Most religions and spiritual traditions maintain that life begins at conception. We don't know if that is accurate, but from a purely logical perspective, it makes sense. The soul may very well be...
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    I guess it's better to have safe and legal...

    I guess it's better to have safe and legal abortions than unsafe and illegal ones, but there is a very serious moral dimension that people don't want to think about.

    It is this: it does not...
  10. Yep, I think Piers Corbyn and the whole...

    Yep, I think Piers Corbyn and the whole climategate "hide the decline" controversy has been debunked.

    The problem with people like him is that they often turn out to be shills for the fossil fuel...
  11. Yeah, that can certainly happen locally. Heat is...

    Yeah, that can certainly happen locally. Heat is generally a sign of increased energy flow (as it is in physics) and a higher vibratory frequency. If it is along the spine, it is a sign of Kundalini...
  12. Yes, of course, when you have a "lump in your...

    Yes, of course, when you have a "lump in your throat" feeling, that is an emotional-energetic block in the throat chakra. It is usually triggered by fear of action or fear of communication. Usually...
  13. Continuing with the same theme, I have now been...

    Continuing with the same theme, I have now been restored to my previous self. Material concerns hijacked my attention and focus for several weeks and I needed to purify myself and refocus on Spirit....
  14. There are so many workable alternative fuel...

    There are so many workable alternative fuel sources already available, it boggles the mind. Every time one is about to become mainstream, it is destroyed by the oil lobby. This is an actual...
  15. It’s very hard DT, and I don’t always manage it....

    It’s very hard DT, and I don’t always manage it. Usually, there are periods where I can remain free from material distractions, but they don’t last. I live in a very simple studio apartment and have...
  16. My aim was not actually to provide healing, but...

    My aim was not actually to provide healing, but rather spiritual help, though the two are sometimes linked. The person in question has been practicing pretty severe austerities to raise her Kundalini...
  17. I blame the internet for the increasing...

    I blame the internet for the increasing dumbing-down of the population. The democratisation of information has had unintended side-effects in that everyone is now a Truth-seeker and Truth-Teller, no...
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    I don't think the two situations are comparable....

    I don't think the two situations are comparable. Pre-Great-Depression immigration to the USA was about filling up a continent that has been depopulated, partly due to violence, but mostly because of...
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    Most of it is owned by the Queen. British,...

    Most of it is owned by the Queen. British, Australian and New Zealand Antarctic territories are the personal property of the Crown. The Falkland conflict was partly about maintaining control over...
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    Immigration is more complicated than either the...

    Immigration is more complicated than either the Left or the Right makes it out to be. Both sides are guilty of oversimplifying it and refusing to look at all the factors involved. A certain amount of...
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