A Few Words On Censorship

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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Thu Dec 09, 2021 11:20 pm

davidbanner99@ wrote: All I tried to.get across is there are people making a lot of money out of conspiracy.


That is all you tried to get across?

I agree with you. Some people do make a lot of money out of conspiracy.

If that is all you were trying to get across, no mathematical formulas were required.
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Postby davidbanner99@ » Fri Dec 10, 2021 2:36 am

I think the subject has now been well-aired. And sometimes we take too seriously what we don't agree on.
At the moment my more close-to-home concern is dentistry. Despite recently increasing my brushing, I have mild toothache. Just a "jar" if biting something hard. My brother went to a dentist two weeks ago and he says the guy came out like Doctor Octopus due to the virus mania. So, I plan to do my own filling. Today I got the mirror and lights. I still aren't sure what tooth is the exact one. I tried a probe but no twinge. It's likely a very small cavity in an old filling. Of course, I have the dental filler. Will have to sterilise my tools and the tooth and seal the cavity.
While this has been going on I contacted a lecturer from 1989. He was around 50 then. He's still married, retired and healthy. I was surprised to see he follows the government narrative on vaccines but I spared him the details of my own status. It was just a few polite exchanges.
The other news is I found today bodybuilder Dave Draper died at 79. I used to be on his forum many years ago. Draper starred in "Don't Make Waves" with Tony Curtis and Sharon Tate. Some may know Tate was murdered by the Manson family at the end of the sixties.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Fri Dec 10, 2021 3:26 am

davidbanner99@ wrote:At the moment my more close-to-home concern is dentistry. Despite recently increasing my brushing, I have mild toothache. Just a "jar" if biting something hard…I plan to do my own filling. Today I got the mirror and lights. I still aren't sure what tooth is the exact one. I tried a probe but no twinge. It's likely a very small cavity in an old filling. Of course, I have the dental filler. Will have to sterilise my tools and the tooth and seal the cavity.


Uh huh. What could possibly go wrong?

Let us know what the dentist says. After all, that is where you will eventually end up. Let’s us know if they are impressed with your work.
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Postby davidbanner99@ » Fri Dec 10, 2021 1:35 pm

First step is identifying the exact tooth. That's not so easy. The pain only happens when biting. And it's deep in the gum. The method I just used is heat and cold. Interaction of the two triggers the pain and then allows the area to be pinpointed. This tooth is already filled but there will be some tiny break. So, I'm ready to get started. Obviously it has to be totally sterilised first or you risk sealing in infection.
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Postby davidbanner99@ » Sat Dec 11, 2021 6:24 pm

A few thoughts on psychology and the virus hysteria. What came as a big surprise to me is how neurotypical people attempt to solve problems. Compared to non neurotypicals. And let's clarify an often misunderstood point. A non neurotypical individual suffers from the inability to socialise, employ and interpret social language and belong. Given the condition starts around aged two, what we wind up with is a non socialised "degenerate" (to use the old clinical term). Despite the many disadvantages of being socially excluded, only Asperger ever referred to the pluses. Neurotypicals differ in that they are socially conditioned. From cradle to grave. They are moulded by society to revere authority figures. The key issue too that I noticed, in all cases neurotypical people are socially programmed to solve problems by forming groups. At the cost of individuality. In my time, I joined a fair few internet groups on specialist subjects such as physics. All these groups follow the designated leaders and idealise them. I was stunned by the fact that on the odd occasion, the members would abandon even fundamental mathematical principles, if the forum leaders argued otherwise.
One line of thought offered was that non neurotypicals have only been hospitalised, drugged and considered dangerous, due to the failures of social conditioning in such cases. I think that may be true in part, although not all non neurotypicals wind up as maths geniuses like Grigory Perelman. Some actually need support in life from psychology and psychiatry. However, the point to consider is that of socialisation. Myself, having spent most of my life as a social misfit, am very cynical regarding groups. More so if it comes to interpreting information. What I find is all organised groups try to control how you think and expect those thoughts to be subjected to the ideas of the elected leader of said group. Yet, most of these leaders are flawed. Even in politics. Moreover, when the group members all fall into line, many of these faction leaders become arrogant.
Each person has a brain and the ability to use it. Most of the leaders who are revered, are so revered due to their social abilities and not their raw intellect. Beware of socialisation. And anyone who wishes to explore this in depth, feel free to read Jiddu Krishnamurti.
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Postby davidbanner99@ » Sat Dec 11, 2021 6:45 pm

It does look like something will happen in Ukraine. It seems it got to the point Russia will no longer tolerate the ethnic conflict in Eastern Ukraine and the arming of a hostile government in Kiev. Ukraine has a large ethnic Russian population in the East.
It's hard to say whether the Russian military will go directly into the country. If so, the whole region could easily explode. Surrounding countries such as Lithuania also have large ethnic Russian populations.
At the moment Russia has moved huge military resources to the Ukraine border. It happened before when Brezhnev sent the military into Checkoslovakia.
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Postby Candid » Sun Dec 12, 2021 7:44 am

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:If the UK is so bad, what’s your migration plan? Given we have a republic, much of the USA is a safe zone. We’d take you in Candid.

Thanks. I'll stand by my country and its citizens, if not its rulers, but that's a kind offer.

Yes. I’ve seen quite a few reports about this. There is no doubt in my mind the jab isn’t worth the risk. Still, the numbers are so small there is no statistical impact as the global population clock keeps going up, tick, tick, tick.

As explained earlier, it will for a while. David Suzuki was talking years ago about a doubling rate and that we were, as he put it, already past the 59th minute. I agreed with him (and others all the way back to Malthus) that we were headed for disaster. I just couldn't think what to do about it, other than extol the joys of remaining child-free to anyone who'd listen. That was an amalgamation of Darwinism and feminism.

If I had children and grandchildren now I'd be worried sick about them. I'm aware quality of life has been gradually reduced in each generation since the 1920s, when apparently we had the optimum population. Most people do have children, and I've more than a hunch they're the same people who want desperately to believe that masks, antisocial distancing, lockdowns, jabs and vaxpasses are a great idea.

There's a lot to be said against bringing new people screaming into the world, and they all do scream unless there's something very wrong with them. So having been told from my late teens to my early thirties that I was "selfish" for not wanting children, I see clearly that the boot's on the other foot. Buy a dog, for pity's sake! Or for women like the one I was forced to hear screaming obscenities at her two small children all the way round aa supermarket this week, DON'T buy a dog.

Does that put you in mind of the current situation? We're "selfish" if not outright killers for saying no to masks and jabs, when in fact it's the piously pricked leading us further into disaster.

Vaxpasses arrived in the UK this week via Our Johnson's Plan B, which anyone with half a brain knows was THE plan right from the start. I'll have to face it on public transport sooner or later and don't yet have a game plan. I will NOT wear a mask, nor will I have the deathjab. Not voluntarily, anyway.

Our Johnson has also said all NHS staff must be jabbed or fired by April. Most of them seem to be aware of what the jabs are doing because they're all up in arms (haha) now.

Way to ensure all health services are overwhelmed in flu season, while the despicable BBC continues to tell the masses it's all the fault of people like me when in fact it's the jolly jab-havers filling hospitals now.

Those pesky perpetrators are doing a horrible job. It’s been 2 years and the population keeps rising!

I would have credited you with more foresight and mathematical ability than that, Richard.

So now only three years left for “huge reductions”. When will the clock start reversing Candid? When will you and I be able to check that link and see the population getting lower instead of higher?

Can't speak for you, but I have my doubts I'll live to see it. I certainly wasn't thinking that way before THAT Friday the Thirteenth of March last year, but as I see each legal challenge get knocked down (because governments own judiciary systems), my mood plummets.

Here's the high points of the UK's Coronavirus Act 2020:
1 forced detention of anyone, including children, and for any amount of time
2 forcible collection of biological samples from anyone’s body
3 no clear access to legal rights for anyone detained in isolation facilities
4 lockdowns of up to two years and six months
5 weakening of state surveillance safeguards via track and trace
6 reduced protection from forcible detention and treatment under the Mental Health Act
7 where there is a death in police or any other form of custody the body can be disposed of without any medical examination, certification or inquest
8 cremation enforced against personal wishes or religious belief
9 no medical certification of deaths; all to be registered as covid-19
10 NHS to be fully indemnified should it fail for any reason to provide care, the absence of which leads to patient deaths
11 just one medical officer required to sign a compulsory treatment order, including enforced injections
12 local authorities exempt from compliance with duties specified in the Care Act 2014
13 removal of all personal and civil rights under Common Law

From Coronavirus Bill: emergency Covid-19 legislation * House of Lords Library
https://lordslibrary.parliament.uk/rese ... 2020-0086/

On a brighter note, H and I had dinner with two of his cousins last night. There were very few masked idiots and everyone seemed to be in festive mood. Clearly no member of staff or public was afraid of any trumped-up virus. A lot of people (including me) are afraid of our Government, though.
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Postby Candid » Sun Dec 12, 2021 7:50 am

Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:Here is an idea. Let’s watch Gibraltar.

Yes, let's.

Gibraltar: most jabbed, most dying https://www.bitchute.com/video/9dtCIqS8MWDQ/ and https://medicalkidnap.com/2021/01/24/53 ... s-started/
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Postby Candid » Sun Dec 12, 2021 8:11 am

davidbanner99@ wrote:I have mild toothache. Just a "jar" if biting something hard. My brother went to a dentist two weeks ago and he says the guy came out like Doctor Octopus due to the virus mania. So, I plan to do my own filling.

Not even one trusted (and equally radical) friend to have a look at it for you?

I still aren't sure what tooth is the exact one. I tried a probe but no twinge.

In that case I suggest you leave it alone, carry on the floss-and-brush routine even if it hurts, and make sure you're getting your vitamins. Obviously none of that will help if the tooth's rotten, but I've many times avoided a visit to the dentist by telling myself it's nothing; it'll go away in a few days.

Seriously, David, I applaud your enterprising spirit but DIY dentistry sounds likely to be disastrous. How can you expect to see what you're doing with all those fingers in the way? Flossing's hard enough!

My dentist cancelled my annual checkup last November and I decided then to spend extra time with the nightly routine, like putting a bright light on wasn't quite bad enough when you're sleepy enough for bed. I got a dentist reminder last month and ignored it.

A new acquaintance said she'd been obliged to wear a mask while in her dentist's waiting room, and when I not-so-innocently asked "How does that work??" she said that of course she'd taken it off when the said dentist was getting up close and way too personal.

You don't have to be stupid to fall for the coronahoax, but it helps.
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Postby Candid » Sun Dec 12, 2021 9:07 am

davidbanner99@ wrote:Neurotypicals differ in that they are socially conditioned. From cradle to grave. They are moulded by society to revere authority figures.

Didn't work with me, obviously.

in all cases neurotypical people are socially programmed to solve problems by forming groups.

I doubt I'm the lone exception that proves your rule. I enjoy my own company, and seek company on my own terms when I want it. That's the chief reason for the bolt-hole (roll on mid-Feb!); I've always been happier living by myself and I discourage the pop-in. Sometimes it's a delight, other times I can't wait for people to leave—and if it's gone on too long, ejecting them has several times meant ending the relationship.

I was stunned by the fact that on the odd occasion, the members would abandon even fundamental mathematical principles, if the forum leaders argued otherwise.

Does that remind you of anything going on in the world right now? Maybe that's the point you're making.

not all non neurotypicals wind up as maths geniuses like Grigory Perelman.

H is a whiz, as I'm sure I've mentioned. We were in a travel agency when the agent said whatever he said, and H came back with no that won't work because, and after consulting a calendar and collecting his dropped jaw the agent said You're like Rain Man!

Bingo.

Some actually need support in life from psychology and psychiatry.

H says he does, too, but none of it's worked so far. Nor have my efforts, ranging from patient attempts to teach him what's okay and what isn't, to my less-patient screaming FFS did you actually hear what I said before you launched into that?? He's certainly profoundly deaf in one ear and none too clever in the other, but when we're face-to-face I have to assume he's simply not listening. He's very bad with eye contact and most infuriating of all, he regularly launches into a completely unrelated topic while I'm making a point.

all organised groups try to control how you think and expect those thoughts to be subjected to the ideas of the elected leader of said group. Yet, most of these leaders are flawed. Even in politics.

Sure. Groups form from like-minded individuals. Opinions on the finer points may vary, but anyone who's really at odds with a group's stated purpose usually drops out. And yes again, show me a person who isn't flawed. You? I don't think so.

These days I'm inclined to say especially in politics. From the barbaric headmasters of old-style public schools to those responsible for the coronahoax, I have to agree with Lord Acton: "Power tends to currupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men." Naturally we hear less from those great men and women who are considered great for the right reasons.

Beware of socialisation.

People were more individual if not downright eccentric somewhere between hunter-gatherer and present humanity. To recur to a theme, there are now far too many of us for everyone to be doing their own thing. Socialisation varies from good parenting to hideous abuse, and unfortunately the education system tends to exacerbate the differences.

Do you have a solution for that? I don't.
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Postby Candid » Sun Dec 12, 2021 9:35 am

Relevant to censorship: https://vsecretsseries.com/episodes-2-l ... 156-769619

It's up for just 48 hours, apparently.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sun Dec 12, 2021 1:11 pm

Candid wrote:
Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:Here is an idea. Let’s watch Gibraltar.

Yes, let's.

Gibraltar: most jabbed, most dying….


Great…

I am slightly confused by why you decided to type “most dying”? What evidence do you have that this is taking place?

The link you posted about 53 dead is from January. That’s when the jab was just being rolled out, ie when like every other country, the rate of vaccination was very low.

The second link is from a few weeks ago, acknowledging that Gibraltar has reached 100% vaccination, and that a spike in cases was taking place.

That spike has now receded, with negligible impacts.

https://graphics.reuters.com/world-coro ... gibraltar/

I’m not seeing a huge number of deaths. Do you have sources that I don’t?
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Postby davidbanner99@ » Sun Dec 12, 2021 1:50 pm

Candid wrote:
davidbanner99@ wrote:I have mild toothache. Just a "jar" if biting something hard. My brother went to a dentist two weeks ago and he says the guy came out like Doctor Octopus due to the virus mania. So, I plan to do my own filling.

Not even one trusted (and equally radical) friend to have a look at it for you?

I still aren't sure what tooth is the exact one. I tried a probe but no twinge.

In that case I suggest you leave it alone, carry on the floss-and-brush routine even if it hurts, and make sure you're getting your vitamins. Obviously none of that will help if the tooth's rotten, but I've many times avoided a visit to the dentist by telling myself it's nothing; it'll go away in a few days.

Seriously, David, I applaud your enterprising spirit but DIY dentistry sounds likely to be disastrous. How can you expect to see what you're doing with all those fingers in the way? Flossing's hard enough!

My dentist cancelled my annual checkup last November and I decided then to spend extra time with the nightly routine, like putting a bright light on wasn't quite bad enough when you're sleepy enough for bed. I got a dentist reminder last month and ignored it.

A new acquaintance said she'd been obliged to wear a mask while in her dentist's waiting room, and when I not-so-innocently asked "How does that work??" she said that of course she'd taken it off when the said dentist was getting up close and way too personal.

You don't have to be stupid to fall for the coronahoax, but it helps.


Unfortunately, my health is taking a battering. I'm reluctant to go to doctors. I fear being lectured about all this Covid hype. Two days ago, yet again I did a hard bike ride. Then I visited my aunt. Two hours later I went to my local store and started to feel really cold. After that, I went home and felt too weak and shivery to do my chores. In the end, I forced myself to chop wood for the fire. At night, I slept in a hyperactive state. This is the third bout of fever and it seems the hard exercise sets it off. I get waves of stomach and back pains. I ought to be seen by a doctor at this stage. However, I'm going to see if sensible measures might do some good. I'm reducing exercise as I was probably going too mad, given my age. I'm drinking fruit juice. I got some aspirin too. The only troublesome symptoms I have now are the stomach pains that come and go. Those pains, I admit, are worrying. Could well be an infection or something worse.
Talking of illnesses.
Last night, I happened to reference news on the highly reclusive mathematician Grigory Perelman. Very rarely anything is said. Nevertheless, it seems Perelman decided to go into deeper isolation by hiring an изба (kind of log cabin) deep in the woodlands where wolves live
. He left St Petersburg and lived in the cabin with no internet or television. He ate only biscuits and snacks and stoked a wood burner for heat. One day, a hunter came to check the cabin and found Perelman in a shocking state Fever and flat on his back. Unable to chop wood or stoke the fire. They got him to hospital and it's said he tested negative for the much dreaded Covid. However, it was clear at age 56 or around, the mathematician was considered in need of support. It amazed me though. This is a brilliant mathematician who, when all is said and done, can't seem to function in society. The State gave him social welfare support and regular visits by social workers. Whether high-functioning or lower functioning, mantbAsperger types tend to not look after themselves very well. That includes personal hygiene. One friend I had was also a gifted mathematician with Asperger Autism. I called at his flat once and stuff just lay scattered all over the floor. The research I accessed also makes a clear link between these neurological conditions and tuberculosis. In fact, genetically, people with Asperger Disorder often have had great grandparents with Schizophrenia, Epilepsy and TB.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sun Dec 12, 2021 2:11 pm

davidbanner99@ wrote:Unfortunately, my health is taking a battering. I ought to be seen by a doctor at this stage. However, I'm going to see if sensible measures might do some good.
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You have multiple health issues with X, Y, and Z. And these issues have lasted some time now. The “sensible measures” are to see someone about your health, preferably an expert.
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Postby davidbanner99@ » Sun Dec 12, 2021 2:13 pm

Candid, what degree of socialisation does husband maintain?
The three main diagnostic labels are:
(1) Kanner Autism. It starts from early infancy.
(2) Asperger Disorder or Schizoid Disorder.
(3) Schizophrenia.
The truth is diagnosis is extremely complex. If Schizophrenia starts in early childhood it can be very similar to Aspergers. If Schizophrenia starts around age 20, that makes a difference because some socialisationw would have taken place.
I personally believe both Schizophrenia and Asperger Disorder apply to me. For example, I.have the motor impairments of Aspergers but also the physiological signs of Schizophrenia, pungent sweat, excessive saliva, slowness and the very typical pulmonary weakness. That's just the physical signs.
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