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Len Colby

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Oooops oooooops, I meant MR. Spock, eeer Leonard Nimoy.

Did Leonard Nimoy Fake His Own Death So He Could Seize Control of the Illuminati?
Posted on Mar 31, 2015 - 3:33pm by Henricus Institor
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Nimoy used predictive programming to seed the media with Illuminati messages of false utopia.

In the heady days immediately following the Gulf of Tonkin incident, Leonard Nimoy made a profound decision. It was 1964 and America was being torn apart. Ethnic minorities were rioting, the hippie movement had grown into a domestic terrorism threat and a newly-installed President Johnson was on the verge of committing troops to an all-out war in Southeast Asia. In the midst of all that turmoil, Nimoy made the crucial decision to enlist.

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http://harddawn.com/leonard-nimoy-seize-control-of-illuminati/

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Sounds plausible enough to me

It's rigorously sourced. Hard Dawn is a very serious website.

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Hmmm, quite curious that Gaal keeps trying to change the subject. Why does seem so intent on distracting us? What's he trying to hide? Might Gaal be part of the cabal? JUST ASKING QUESTIONS!!!

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Star Trek was an important cultural phenomenon (Gaal)

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The Value of Star Trek

September 16, 2012 · by michaeldstark ··

Many know how much I value science fiction, namely the franchises of Star Trek and Star Wars. In fact, there is a perennial debate on which franchise has a more lasting impact on people. As you will be able to infer from this article, I am a strong proponent that Star Trek is the most influential franchises in history.
Star Trek started as what many believed was a mere campy science fiction television show. It had poor sets, costumes which were, well, unflattering to some of the actors, and some very primitive technology being used. Yet, since its inception in 1966, the original Trek has produced four spin-off series which total the monumental accomplishment of over 700 originally produced episodes, and eleven feature films (with a twelfth coming in 2013). While Gene Roddenberry may never be included with the names of Shakespeare, Dickens, and Tolstoy, his impact can not be minimized.

You see, Star Trek is not a mere television show. It is, for better or for worse, a philosophy and a cultural commentary. At the time of its first broadcast in 1966 it would have been unprecedented to have such a multicultural main cast. While the names of Shatner, Nimoy, and Kelley reign high and mighty in Trek lore, it was the Scottish engineer, the African American linguistics officer, the Japanese helmsmen, and the Russian navigator that made Trek so unique. Roddenberry envisioned a world of peace – a utopia. While some may consider such a vision a fantasy, it is what he long hoped for (and what we should desire in spite of its improbably outcome). Now, 46 years after its first airing, the racial barriers that Roddenberry broke in the 60s is a thing of norm (but needs to be continued onward).

But Star Thttps://michaeldstark.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/star-trek.jpghttps://michaeldstark.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/star-trek.jpgrek embodied a philosophy, one which came into conflict through the 40+ years its been on television. The distinction of actual culture was so evident between the original series (1966-69) and Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-94) that the theologian and philosopher Stanley Grenz wrote a piece distinguishing modernity and postmodernity based on the difference. Trek did more than just break social and racial norms in the 60s. It became a voice of culture – one which predicted moral conflict and strife.

Star Trek entered into moral relativism at many points. While Trek had a moral absolute, the so-called "Prime Directive", it was broken on more than one occasion due to the conscience of the commanding officer (most prevalently seen with Captains Kirk and Picard). This alone is a metaethical issue. Is a moral absolute always absolute or could it be broken (a Kierkegaardian teleological suspension of the ethical, perhaps)? The Prime Directive mandated that the utopian Federation never interfere with other cultures. Yet, that did not prohibit the exposing of cultural distinctions. The Next Generation most typically engaged with moral issues. There is a profound episode titled, "The Cost of Living" which evaluates cultural differences in the form of the euthanizing of a society’s elders. Another episode examined assisted suicide between two main characters of different species (see, TNG "Ethics"). We are in an ever-developing technological society. What are the ramifications of this? How does technology impact humanity on a regular basis. Pick at random any episode of Trek and you will likely find a commentary, either direct or indirect, on this issue.

Trek is not mere science fiction; it is a statement of forethought about our society’s direction. While the ethical situations mentioned above are commonplace in current political discussions, in the late 80s and early 90s they were not so normal. Trek exemplifies how popular culture can teach and engage discussion about who we are as individuals and as a society. It is reality disguised as entertainment. The main philosophical categories of metaphysics, epistemology, and value-theory are presented norms in Trek. Even in the franchise’s darkest series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, much can be learned about warfare and the treatment of enemies. That is, how should we as Americans be viewing enemies of the state? Trek realizes the power of recognizing humanity in even its darkest foes. There is much to be learned here. Trek is the quest for meaning of humanity. Even if its answers come up short of the ideal, even if Trek‘s very own ideology is at times misplaced, the questions it provokes are worth its engagement. While both Star Trek and Star Wars were formidable aspects of my childhood, only Star Trek has given me opportunities to question my humanity.

I am compiling a series of clips of philosophical value on this site. The current scenes can be found here: https://michaeldstark.wordpress.com/video/star-trek-philosophy/

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Why does Gaal persist in trying to change the subject? Why doesn't he want this topic discussed? Why's he trying to cover up for the Illuminati?

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COLBY you are you are
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Oooops oooooops, I meant MR. Spock, eeer Leonard Nimoy.

Did Leonard Nimoy Fake His Own Death So He Could Seize Control of the Illuminati?
Posted on Mar 31, 2015 - 3:33pm by Henricus Institor
nimoyilluminati.jpg

Nimoy used predictive programming to seed the media with Illuminati messages of false utopia.

In the heady days immediately following the Gulf of Tonkin incident, Leonard Nimoy made a profound decision. It was 1964 and America was being torn apart. Ethnic minorities were rioting, the hippie movement had grown into a domestic terrorism threat and a newly-installed President Johnson was on the verge of committing troops to an all-out war in Southeast Asia. In the midst of all that turmoil, Nimoy made the crucial decision to enlist.

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http://harddawn.com/leonard-nimoy-seize-control-of-illuminati/

OMFG! Talk about your A Grade Loonies!

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COLBY you are you are
You are transparent. I see many things/You are transparent. I see many things/You are transparent. I see many things / You are transparent. I see many things
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Dune Movie Clip - watch all clips http://j.mp/zLyThr click to subscribe http://j.mp/sNDUs5 The Emperor (Jose Ferrer) consults with a guild navigator, who orders the murder of Paul, the son of the…
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You are transparent. I see many things.

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Why does Gaal continue to divert?

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Divert ?? This is from the same website. Im just protecting your back....you don't want to be part of the bottom picture list !!!!

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Why Do Atheists Believe in Neanderthals?

Posted on Mar 24, 2015 - 2:39pm by Doc Bacon
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Neanderthals are one of the great gods in the pantheon of Atheistic spirituality.

There’s nothing children love more than a fabulous bedtime story. For America’s most ardent Atheists, the excitement over the Neanderthal legend is much the same. They thrill at the notion of a man-beast with supernatural powers throwing himself around the primordial sludge, beating his chest and howling at the moon. The image represents their darkest sexual desires and frees their minds to legitimize the foulest moral crimes. It is lust and insanity and pain all wrapped up in a myth so delicious, it’s launched a thousand Hollywood fables.

But why do so many seemingly intelligent people get lured into this reckless world of false belief?

1. Indoctrination into Atheism
The Good News has been censored from much of this world. It is maddening to think of all the communist dictatorships and Islamic caliphates that prevent their people from accepting Christ into their hearts.

Here at home, the crime of denying Jesus is even more heinous, for the Bible is freely available to all those who want it. Some are pushed into the Atheist trap by their parents. Others are lured into it on the internet or at university. In each case, the young person feels overwhelmed by a cultural trends that renounce God. To fill the gaping void left by His absence, Neatherdalism appears to answer the most basic questions of human existence. It says that we crawled out from the mud, and to the mud we shall return. It’s not a particularly sublime hypothesis, but no one has ever accused the Atheist thinker of profundity!

2. Indoctrination Into Sexual Degeneracy
Erogenous frustration leads many to make horrific life choices. This problem has become uniquely acute in an age when our young people are force fed a diet of violent sexual imagery. Pre-marital intercourse, masturbation and even homosexuality appear plausible in a left-leaning America under Barack Hussein Obama.

By definition, radical homosexuals necessarily believe in Neanderthals. In their minds, the mythical monster is part father figure and part rapist, that sweaty, hairy, dangerous ape they dream of encountering in the heat of the night.

Sex is, like any other narcotic, a highly addictive substance. Once you taste its bitter fruits, it can be quite difficult to go back. As the Atheist pursues these endless nights of wanton lust, he will seek some sort of “spirit guide” who condones his hellaciousness. In this way, the Neanderthal becomes the patron saint of sexual self-destructiveness. And the Atheist will worship his God of sensuality until the dawn.

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Many teens feel forced to accept the Neanderthal superstition in order to seem cool and trendy.

3. Peer Pressure
The jungle gyms can be a cruel place for an awkward teenager. He will do anything to fit in with the “cool” crowd. Unfortunately this means taking risks and rebelling against family values. In such instances, the myth of the Neanderthal has great allure. The furry monster of “evolution” is the ultimate outsider, a filthy freak who has torn up the rulebook of good behavior. Yet once youngsters travel down this dark road, how long before they stop in at the crack house or call the corner of Prostitution and Abortion their new home?

4. Fear of Heaven
Contemplating the utter enormity of existence is too painful a task for some. They’d much prefer easy answers, an escape hatch from Heaven’s Gate. The legend of the Neanderthals says to these people that life simply doesn’t matter, that we should go wild and have fun. This type of Atheist often lacks something invariably humane, the ability to contemplate the beauty of Creation. He may be a simple person, one is is dangerously unaware of the ultimate fate of those who reject God.

While the rhetoric of Darwinian “evolution” may sketch out human history in the vaguest of terms for the simpleminded Atheist, the truth is that the cult of the ape-man is not a practical religion to live one’s life by.

5. Fear of Responsibility
Being a Christian and living a life according to Biblical Law is a very daunting task. Some are simply too lazy or uneducated to understand why this is so important. It doesn’t just help our souls, but also contributes to our communities and to the United States of America as a whole. Yet when the socialists promise free community college, welfare and Obamacare marijuana, God matters little for those who probably don’t deserve to be in the country in the first place.

6. Satanism
The forces of darkness should never be underestimated and this is never more true than when it comes to the Radical Atheist Elite. From Richard Dawkins to Ricky Gervais, the most militant Atheists have bartered away their souls for a few minutes of fame. In return, they are beholden to their Dark Lord and all he asks of them is new recruits. They will use any means necessary to recruit you into this fiery pit with them, from dangerous cult music and video games, to comic books and motion pictures containing subliminal messages of Illuminati power.

Yes, this is why the Neanderthal myth has become so fundamental to Militant Atheism today. Despite there being absolutely no Biblical evidence whatever for evolution or “ancient ancestors,” the Atheists truly loves the Neanderthals. In fact, many of the supposed skeletal remains showcased by Atheist scientists happen to be either shards of monkey bones or remnants of the physically deformed. Few in the business of “science” will publicly admit that so-called “carbon dating,” is little more than speculation based on the hocus-pocus of questionable 19th-century mechanics. And yet, the main stream media can’t stop shilling this controversial idea that the Earth is millions upon millions of years old!

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Pardon my Vietnamese, but :

Ngo. Phuking. Huế.

Where did you dig up that utter religious claptrap from?
I believe in Neanderthals because I fear something from a delusion I don't believe in? Have you heard yourself?

I'd ask you to prove it, but I don't think you can even begin to grasp the concept, let alone provide a sane response.
I'll just keep metaphorically laughing my 'nads off at you.

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Jeffrey Dahmer, Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, Steve Knight, Kim Jong II, Jim Jones,Pol Pot...ect Atheism hawkers......to me its the crowd who doesn't want to be humble before the Creator......ICR a good group IMHO (GAAL)

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Some evolutionists have claimed that Neanderthals were incapable of ... lived in extremely cold climate areas, genetically isolated by a post-flood ice age. ... has been of great interest to evolutionists and creationists alike (Krings et al., 1997).
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Steven,

You could always just go over to AiG; they're your kind of people. Why do you try to proselytize here?

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