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Every war on the planet is started and maintained...and the lies are propagated by the overwhelmingly powerful arms industry

All their profits and actions remain covert under the laughably ironic guise of NATIONAL SECURITY.

well sure!! The sword makers guild created the napolianic wars, the punic wsr, the hundred years war, the war of the roses, and the many, many tribal wars

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Invest in the arms industry. Make some money.

he can't. he exists in an ancient tribal barter economy. a fiat currency is the child of the arms industrialists, and the peat moss house dwelling dung burner cartoon whstever would never be a hypocrite

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are you sure its not the band aid company starting these wars ?

guns sure do bring the whack jobs out... not even a full moon...

Sarah L. Winchester (September 1837 – September 5, 1922) was the wife of William Wirt Winchester and heiress to his estate and a 50 percent holding in the Winchester Repeating Arms Company following his death from tuberculosis in 1881. Convinced spirits would kill her if she completed construction of her California home, Sarah used her fortune to continue uninterrupted, round-the-clock construction on it for 38 consecutive years. Since her death, the sprawling Winchester Mystery House has become a popular tourist attraction, known for its many staircases and corridors leading nowhere.

According to the legends surrounding her, she felt that her family was cursed, and sought out spiritualists to determine what she should do. A Boston medium, believed to be a psychic, allegedly told her that the Winchester family was cursed by the spirits of all the people who had been killed by the Winchester rifle, and she should move west to build a house for herself and the spirits. The medium is claimed to have told Sarah that if construction on the house ever stopped, she would join her husband and infant daughter. In 1884,[3] Sarah moved west to California with her sister and her niece, and in 1886 she purchased an eight-room farmhouse from John Hamm.[3] It stood on 161 acres (0.65 km2) of land in what is now San Jose, California. Immediately, she began spending her $20 million inheritance by renovating and adding more rooms to the house, with work continuing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for the next 36 years. She was fascinated with the number 13 and worked the number into the house in many places. (There are 13 bathrooms, many windows have 13 panes, chandeliers have 13 candles, and so forth.) Contemporary scholars dispute the veracity of the claim that construction work continued, except for brief periods, after the 1906 earthquake.[3]

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For 38 consecutive years, Sarah personally oversaw the 24-hour-a-day construction of her California mansion.

After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, Sarah was trapped in one of her bedrooms for several hours. However, when she got out, she told the construction crews to stop working on the nearly completed front part of the house and had her carpenters board it up, leaving much of the extensive earthquake damage unrepaired. Again according to the legends, she thought the spirits were angry with her because she was spending too much time decorating and working on the front rooms. Construction resumed on new additions and remodeling the other parts of the structure. Sarah Winchester's full-time address from the earthquake until her death was in Atherton, California. She visited the ranch and house in San Jose only periodically.[3]

Due to constant construction and the lack of a master plan, the house became very large and quite complex; many of the serving staff needed a map to navigate the house. The house also features doors that open into walls, staircases that lead nowhere, the recurring number 13, and windows that look into other walls. There are two theories as to why Mrs. Winchester built such an unusual house. The first is by far the most popular and states that she built the house to confuse the ghosts of those killed by Winchester rifles. The second, much less popular, is that while Mrs. Winchester was an exceedingly wealthy woman and could build her house any way she wanted, she had no architectural training at all, so some of the oddities could be simple design error.

The Winchester Mystery House is a National Historic Landmark, a San Jose CA historic landmark, and California historic landmark number 868.

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Every war on the planet is started and maintained...and the lies are propagated by the overwhelmingly powerful arms industry

All their profits and actions remain covert under the laughably ironic guise of NATIONAL SECURITY.

When pointing a finger of blame, the same hand has 3 other fingers pointing back to the aggravator organizing the conflicting policies that need arms to fight to save hypothetical values honored to death of society or the species, whichever happens first..

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The big problem ( throughout history ) is, the cretins that start the shiit storms - never hear a shot fired. WC Fields was right - every conflict should be resolved with the leaders of the countries involved - fighting it out in a boxing ring with socks filled with horse shiit.

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The big problem ( throughout history ) is, the cretins that start the shiit storms - never hear a shot fired. WC Fields was right - every conflict should be resolved with the leaders of the countries involved - fighting it out in a boxing ring with socks filled with horse shiit.

 

 

To the victor goes the spoils, bad idea.

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To the victor goes the spoils, bad idea.

 

Or, people could actually learn to get along with each other. Problem there is, "greed" & "insane ideologies," rear their ugly heads.

I believe we all agree, in the scheme of things, most human misery has it's roots in the hands of very few people.

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Or, people could actually learn to get along with each other. Problem there is, "greed" & "insane ideologies," rear their ugly heads.

I believe we all agree, in the scheme of things, most human misery has it's roots in the hands of very few people.

People learn to disagree, that means they are educated to not get along. How will they learn until they turn their back on humanity?

 

I like your Fraudian slip in the last sentence. "scheme" Isn't that really conspiring to make reality believable, or else genders don't get citizenship to organized denial.

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I figure sooner or later, the Sun will go super nova & that should clear things up. Gotta be patient.

Denial fits your personality. guess that is why you became a subject of interpretation objectively remaining relative to nobody knows or can prove anything either way using theoretical possibilities and spiritual probabilities.

 

Deny self containment and anything is possible within the imagination life is linear and time spaces spaced apart currently.

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Well, our Sun is a relatively minor star, so, it probably won't be one for the history books.

Again, you are trying to get linear in a self contained position. Your minor hypothetical distractions don't move me psychologically as I don't need a philosophy of what if to get me through living as myself in a body that never gets duplicated as before.

 

Aging in the same moment all the time as does everything else universally positioned here individually. Social identitiies are worn behind the eyes and between the ears, not outside the body.

 

Didn't you learn that from the Emperor's New Clothes children's story? What is Humpty Dumpty about really other than ideology losing its believers. So simple it is easier to deny real than orchestrate reality and using malcontents of genetic compounding to rule(measure life) with hypothetical standards governing institutional protection of authors making up social justifications character counts and genders are worth less not saving reality..

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Again, you are trying to get linear in a self contained position. Your minor hypothetical distractions don't move me psychologically as I don't need a philosophy of what if to get me through living as myself in a body that never gets duplicated as before.

 

Aging in the same moment all the time as does everything else universally positioned here individually. Social identitiies are worn behind the eyes and between the ears, not outside the body.

 

Didn't you learn that from the Emperor's New Clothes children's story? What is Humpty Dumpty about really other than ideology losing its believers. So simple it is easier to deny real than orchestrate reality and using malcontents of genetic compounding to rule(measure life) with hypothetical standards governing institutional protection of authors making up social justifications character counts and genders are worth less not saving reality..

mrnatural.jpg?w=500&h=396Just Passin Through !

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That does it! I'm following suit here and investing in weapons manufacturers while the OP Googles "Plastic Bubble Portfolios".

You already invest in the MIC..... its just that you get nothing back....apart from paying trillions to your dictators and belieBing in fake enemies.

 

The MIC invent ALL enemies and start all wars.

 

They carried out 911.

 

End of.

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You already invest in the MIC..... its just that you get nothing back....apart from paying trillions to your dictators and belieBing in fake enemies.

 

The MIC invent ALL enemies and start all wars.

 

They carried out 911.

 

End of.

Then it's time to invest more. So Obama authorized the killing of UBL, the "fake" enemy? Please enlighten me on which Muslim employees of our American MIC were aboard the 911 jets.

 

Ttttthaaaaat's all folks!

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